Yes, CFL Children offers before and after-school care for children as part of their enrichment programs. The program includes various activities to engage children and provide them with a safe and nurturing environment while their parents are at work.

At CFL Children, we take the safety and security of our children very seriously. We have implemented several measures to ensure their safety, including a secure entrance system, background checks for all staff members, and regular safety drills. We also have strict guidelines in place for pick-up and drop-off procedures.

Yes, we have guidelines in place to ensure the safety and well-being of all children at our center. Parents are required to sign their child in and out each day, provide emergency contact information, and adhere to our illness policy. We also encourage parents to communicate any special needs or concerns about their child with our staff.

The pre-kindergarten program focuses on developing skills such as reading, writing, and math, while also emphasizing character development and social skills. It is designed for children aged 4-5 years old who are preparing for kindergarten.

No, the enrichment activities are not included in the normal tuition. They are, however, reasonably priced.

Absolutely, we provide flexible hours to meet the needs of working parents. Before and after-school care, as well as summer camps, are all included.

Yes, our curriculum is grounded in Christian principles and values, providing a holistic approach to education that encompasses academic learning, social and emotional development, and spiritual growth.

Our staff members have extensive experience working with children and are dedicated to their development. They provide a safe and secure environment for children to learn and grow.

Please confirm each center's operating hours by calling them directly. Most centers are normally open from 6:30 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.

CFL Children serve children aged 3-5 years old in their pre-kindergarten program and children aged 6 weeks to 12 years old in their daycare programs, including infants and toddlers.

CFL Children offers a variety of meals for children, including iron-fortified milk-based formula, infant cereal, infant/toddler jar baby foods, and breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snacks. The center also has spaces for moms to breastfeed.

The ratios of children per caregiver at CFL Children depend on the age of the children. For children aged 6 weeks through 24 months, the ratio is 4:1. For children aged 2 years, the ratio is 8:1. For children aged 3-5 years, the ratio is 10:1. And for children aged 6-12 years, the ratio is 16:1.

Yes, CFL Children accepts childcare assistance at all of its centers. However, parents may still be required to make a weekly co-payment.

Our complete sick policy is available in our parent handbook and application. If a child becomes sick while attending, we will contact the parent or guardian to pick them up. The child must be picked up within an hour of notification.