Information for Parents about Plant City FL Child Care

Operational Guidelines for Preschools, Daycare and Child Care in Plant City FL

Generally, before starting in a Plant City child care program, parents must complete all paperwork and submit it prior or on the child's first day. Sometimes a Physicians Report may take longer to obtain, and a grace period (e.g. 30 days) may be provided if extra time is needed to arrange a doctor's appointment. The doctor's report will typically identify completed vaccinations, allergies and any conditions that will require special handling. For daycare and child care in Plant City FL, if these forms are not completed it may result in your child's enrollment being suspended. It is important that parents keep their information up to date at the local Plant City child care office. If you move, change jobs, or phone numbers, or if your emergency contacts should change phone numbers, please let the preschool office know. Parents should review their authorized pick up lists to ensure that it is current in the event that you send someone to pick up your child from preschools or child care in Plant City FL. Even if you send someone to pick up your child, you will have to call the daycare center even if that person is on your child's emergency pick up list.To get your child off to a great start at a daycare in Plant City FL, talk to your child about daycare and all the great things to look forward to. Tell him or her about the wonderful things they are going to explore. Children often enjoy being able to go to the store for a lunchbox and school bag before school begins. Many Plant City daycare centers will offer opportunities for your child to visit before your child starts. Tell your child the teacher's name and remind her/him that you will be coming to pick them up at the end of the day. Separation is natural and affects different children in different ways. For providers of childcare in Plant City FL, on your child's first two days of daycare, plan to have your child leave earlier than their normal schedule. Several hours can be a very long time to a child in a new situation. Most Plant City child care centers will allow you to make arrangements so that you can spend time in the classroom with them. When it is time to leave, please give your child a clear goodbye. The teachers will take over and engage your child and start developing a relationship and comforting them. Also many daycares in Plant City FL will encourage you to check on your child's progress, so feel free to do so!
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Linda's Little People Child Care Center 
(813) 752-3775
1406 North Wheeler Street, Plant City, FL  33563
Many daycare and childcare providers in Plant City provide opportunities for parents to participate in their little one's world by bringing the events of that daily world to the parents through ongoing communication, and through periodic opportunities to volunteer to help or attend a special event at the school. ...
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Plant City Head Start 
(813) 757-3845
1304 Alsobrook, Plant City, FL  33563
Infant child care in Plant City can be a great alternative for working parents. Some providers offer care for infants as early as six weeks of age and offer both full and half day infant care programs. ...
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Autumn Leaf Academy 
(813) 752-4561
3007 Daniels Road, Plant City, FL  33566
School age after school programs offer many opportunities for children to connect with others. When looking for child care in Plant City, parents should consider what sort of support is provided through after school programs at some daycare facilities and preschools. ...
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Golden Rule Child Care Center II 
(813) 754-2288
105 Thrasher Road, Plant City, FL  33566
Most preschools and daycare centers that provide child care in Plant City have an open door policy and invite parents to stop by any time. There are usually a number of opportunities for parents either to attend special events, or volunteer to help by donating time, talent and/or a snack or dish to ongoing school events. ...
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Kids Club Early Learning Center 
(813) 752-6446
1108 Goldfinch Drive, Plant City, FL  33563
Many providers of child care in Plant City offer flexible before and after school care options for busy parents. Local preschools and daycare centers will have their own guidelines for drop-off and pickup. ...
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Little Munchkins Learning Academy 
(813) 752-5437
702 South Evers Street, Plant City, FL  33563
There are many ways a parent can search for child care in Plant City including finding daycare centers or preschools that are close to work, school or home. Be sure to ask about parking at the center. ...
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First Presbyterian Learning Center 
(813) 752-6874
406 W Mahoney Street, Plant City, FL  33563
School age after school programs offer many opportunities for children to connect with others. When looking for child care in Plant City, parents should consider what sort of support is provided through after school programs at some daycare facilities and preschools. ...
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Hcc Plant City Head Start And Early Head Start 
(813) 757-3934
2006 East Cherry Street, Plant City, FL  33566
For low income families looking for child care in Plant City there are government sponsored or subsidized programs available at some preschools and daycare facilities. You can check directly with the center or go to your State Government resources to find local providers. ...
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