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What holidays are you closed?

Itsy Bitsy Tree House Daycare is open year round but will be closed with in observance of the following holidays off:

  • New Years

  • Martin Luth King Jr Day

  • Presidents Day

  • Memorial Day

  • Independence Day

  • Labor Day

  • Veterans Day

  • half/ day Day before Thanksgiving (Latest pick up at 12:00pm)

  • Thanksgiving Day

  • Black Friday

  • Christmas Eve

  • Christmas Day through New Years Day (December 25 - January 1, any days that aren't holidays will be deducted from providers vacation days.)

If any holiday falls on a weekend, it will be observed on the prior/or next business day (to be decided by provider). 

Are you a year round facility?

Yes, with exception of some holidays.

What is the maximum number of children you can take care of at once?

For a small family child care home, the maximum number of children for whom care shall be provided, including children under age 10 who live in the licensee's home, is: four infants; or six children, no more than three of whom may be infants; or eight children if at least two of the children are at least 6 years of age; no more than two infants are cared for during any time when more than six children are cared for; and the licensee notifies each parent that there may be up to seven or eight...

How do you keep parents informed about their child daily?

Brightwheel is the #1 software solution for preschools, child care providers, camps, and after school programs. Brightwheel is the only app that integrates everything you need: sign in/out, messaging, learning assessments, daily sheet reports, photos, videos, calendars, scheduling, attendance, online bill pay for parents, and much more.

Do you provide meals and snacks?

You want your child to eat well—and be happy, healthy, and active. We couldn’t agree more. That’s why we provide nutritious meals and snacks to meet the needs of rapidly growing bodies and minds.

Instead, our meals and snacks includes versions of kid favorites made with healthier ingredients, like whole grains, proteins to keep bellies full, plenty of fruits and vegetables—(milk not provided)

At Itsy Bitsy Tree House Daycare, nutrition is about more than the food on the plate. It’s an important part of education. Even our two-year-olds set the table with their friends, practice “please” and “thank you,” and serve themselves from big bowls. (We don’t mind a little mess.)  

What is Itsy Bitsy Tree House Daycare about?

Check out the "About" tab at the upper left corner of this website to get a full understanding of our focus and what we strive for.