Questions to ask when looking for care:
How many teachers per child?
How many hours a week do the teachers work?
Do the teachers work in different rooms, or are they assigned one classroom?
Do I need to supply diapers, wipes, formula, baby food? Can I bring breastmilk? Can I bring home made baby food?
Can I bring food for my older child?
Will my infant have a crib of their own?
Where will my older child sleep?
What are the nap requirements at each age?
What will my child learn?
Do they go outside?
What is your security system?
Can kids exit the building on their own?
Can anyone pick up my child?
What is the average tenure of your teachers/staff?
How do you interview/background check your teachers?
Can I see a blank application that teachers fill out?
What kind of training do the teachers get?
What are grounds for terminating a teacher?
How is your business/facility insured?
Have you ever had any violations with the State?
Have you ever been on probation?
Who does your center/facility report to?
What is the discipline style you teach your teachers?
What is your process in an emergency? How are parents notified, and in what situation are parents notified?
How do you handle biting by children?
When a child is injured, how are parents notified (minor injuries)?
How old does my infant have to be before they start here?
Do you work on potty training, and if so, at what age?
Tuition payment, are there late fees?
What are your hours of operation?
Can I visit my child?
Do you have ½ day tuition?
Do you accept part time children?
What dietary plan do you follow/offer?
Do you do drug testing for your staff/teachers?