Frequently Asked Questions
6:30am – 6:30pm Monday – Friday
As young as 6 weeks old through 12 years of age.
Yes, our faculty is required to follow state regulations for training. All of our teachers and personnel are required to be trained in First Aid/ Pediatric CPR, Injury Prevention, Child Abuse Awareness, Fire Safety, Water Safety, Common Illness, Classrooms Observation and Keystone Stars Staff Training. In addition, our staff receives training in curriculum, child development, classroom management, nutrition and age appropriate activities to provide a quality learning environment. Our staff is further encouraged to attend professional training conferences to continue to develop their skills and education.
Yes, our school is equipped with age appropriate outside play areas. Children have scheduled times in the morning and afternoon to explore their outside world, as weather permits. As an added safety feature, we have very secure fencing around the outside perimeter of the play areas.
You can use the Enroll Today form to provide us with your name, address, and phone number. We will contact you about our center.
We require that parents alert us to allergies for inclusion in the child’s medical file. Based on your child’s needs, an allergy plan is created and the child’s teachers are alerted.
Tuition is due and payable weekly on the first scheduled day of attendance for the current week. A late fee will apply if tuition is not paid according to your Enrollment Agreement. Bright Beginnings accepts personal checks, cash, credit cards and online ACH payments. We are also able to automatically transfer funds from a checking account. Tuition rates can be found here Tuition & Fees.
Very secure – in fact, more secure than when you write checks. The checks you write every day have your name, address, phone number, and sometimes your driver’s license number on them. With this information, criminals have all they need to access your account or worse, to steal your identity. Automatic payments greatly reduce this potential problem by limiting the amount of information available and who has access to it.