All Mini Miracle ChildCare staff are trained regularly in CPR, even if not required by the state. First Aid is taught as required by state licensing agency/regulations so that you can feel confident that your child is safe and receiving the best care possible at our center.
We conduct a comprehensive background check on all prospective employees and frequent visitors. The background check consists of a county criminal record check for the past seven years performed in all counties that a person has lived, worked or attended school. A sex offender search, OFAC search and a social security verification trace are also conducted.
Tuition varies by schedule and age. To find out more information about tuition, please CONTACT US.
Yes, all employees, parents and children will have to pass a daily health screening. The health screening includes a temperature check and a series of COVID-19 related questions that pertain to the individual and their households.
Due to COVID-19, and for the safety of children and our staff, we do not allow visitors into our learning center.
To see how we are addressing the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit our COVID-19 Guidelines Page.
All employees will be in face coverings while working. Those conducting health screenings will wear gloves while conducting the screenings. Those undertaking disinfection activities will be wearing gloves while disinfecting. Teachers will wear gloves for activities that they wore gloves for in the past; diaper changing and bathroom help, wiping noses, first aid and cleaning. They also wear gloves for preparing and serving food. They will not be required to wear gloves all day.
Where mandated by local and state authorities children do wear face coverings or masks. Children ages 2 older are permitted to wear face coverings while in our center. Teachers will work with these children to become comfortable putting on, wearing, and taking off their face coverings.
Prospective parents are being encouraged to schedule a tour by filling out our REQUEST A TOUR FORM. Anyone that visits for a tour, must pass a temperature check and wear a face mask.
At all of our centers, rigorous health and safety practices are a foundation of the way we care for children.
The decision to allow for a child’s picture to be taken at our facility is at the discretion of the family. Some families allow pictures to be used strictly within the classroom (i.e. to label cubbies), some allow pictures to be used both internally and externally (i.e. for our website and/or social media), and still others do not allow pictures of their children to be taken at any time - no exceptions. In any case, we will respect your rights and your decision.
Yes! We strive to accommodate a wide range of special needs and individual differences in our learning programs. We believe in inclusive programs that attempt to meet the needs of a wide range of children and which focus on each child’s strengths. We support a collaborative team approach – the teacher, director, specialists, and parents. The team will work closely together to try to maximize each child’s opportunities for learning, growth, and development, and to attempt to eliminate any barriers or safety issues which a group learning program may present.
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