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LITTLE LEADERS DEVELOPMENT CENTER

Parent Handbook

Little Leaders Development Center 13129 Paramount Blvd South Gate, CA 90280 (562) 232-4900 developinglittleleaders@yahoo.com www.littleleadersdevelopmentcenter.com


Table of Contents 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Introduction ..................................................................... 3 Mission Statement........................................................... 3 Education Objective ........................................................ 3 Faith Statement ............................................................... 3 Enrollment ....................................................................... 4 Hours and Class Schedule .............................................. 4 Parent Cam ..................................................................... 5 Physical Education .......................................................... 5 Tuition and Fees ............................................................. 6 Refunds .......................................................................... 6 Parent Responsibilities .................................................... 7 Discipline (Re-directing Behavior Approach) ................... 7 Conflict Resolution .......................................................... 8 Withdraw From School .................................................... 9 Child Abuse Reporting Requirements ............................. 9 Emergency School Closures ........................................... 9 Holidays ........................................................................ 10 In-Service Trainings ...................................................... 10 Vacation ........................................................................ 10 Birthdays ....................................................................... 11 Illness............................................................................ 11 Medications ................................................................... 12 Clothing ......................................................................... 12 Outdoor Play ................................................................. 12 Meals and Snacks ......................................................... 13 Rest Period ................................................................... 13 Bathroom Policy ............................................................ 13 Traffic and Safety Statement ......................................... 13 Transporting of Student ................................................. 14 Final Thoughts .............................................................. 14

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Introduction Little Leaders Development Center (L.L.D.C.), Welcomes students and parents. We look forward to an amazing academic experience this 2013-2014 school year. Staff at Little Leaders Development Center is committed to excellence, we work hard to encourage your student to learn and lead. At Little Leaders Development Center our vision is to help develop your child academically, socially, spiritually and physically. Little Leaders Development Center will be implementing the Links to Literacy curriculum which exposes each student to reading and early vocabulary building. In addition to our academic curriculum we also integrate faith and physical education. Little Leaders Development Center is also pleased to announce the “Parent peace of mind” feature which is included with enrollment. This parent handbook provides information about our school as well as important information as it relates to our school policies.

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Mission Statement “Teach a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will never turn from it.” ~Proverbs 22:6 Little Leaders development Center aims to prepare your child to become young leaders of tomorrow by integrating an academic curriculum and the living word of God. As a Christian rooted preschool Little Leaders owners and staff strives to meet each child’s developmental needs, we do so by carefully selecting activities geared towards enhancing your child’s desire to learn.

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Education Objective Little Leaders teachers will be focusing on language, literacy and cognitive development. Little Leaders teachers will also nurture the following essential elements social and emotional development through peer communications. They will be guided through spiritual development through prayer, bible lessons and songs. Physical development through learning age appropriate stretches and exercises.

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Faith Statement “We believe in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.” ~ Romans 10:9 “We believe the Holy Bible is inspired by God.” ~ 2 Timothy 3:16 “We believe in one God, existing in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.” ~ 1 John 5:6-11 “We believe in salvation through Jesus Christ. ~ John 3:16-21 “We believe in fellowship. ~ Hebrews 10:19-25 “We believe in doing the Lords’ work. ~ Mathew 28:19-20

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PARENT HANDBOOK 5.

Enrollment The enrollment process consists of a tour of our school and submitting a completed Pre-Admissions packet. Little Leaders Development Center does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin in the admittance process. Upon acceptance of enrollment, L.L.D.C. requires that the information packet be submitted (packet includes all school forms; a checklist of all forms is included in the packet). These forms must be submitted and in the student’s file before your child can start school. We accept children ages two (2) years old, potty trained through five (5) years old.

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Hours and Class Schedule  FULL DAY (Monday through Friday) 6:30am – 6:00pm  HALF DAY (Monday through Friday) 8:00am – 12:00pm OR 1:00pm – 5:00pm Our school year is Calendar year January through December. L.L.D.C. closes for one (1) week in the summer and one (1) week in December. Summer schedule differs from schedule below due to incorporating more outdoor activities.

DAILY ACTIVITY SCHEDULE 6:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. 9:45 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. 10:15 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. - 11:10 a.m. 11:10 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. 11:50 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. 3:15 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. 3:45 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. - 4:40 p.m. 4:40 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

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Arrival Centers (free play) Review Letter of the Week & Bible Transition Snack Time Little Explorer (Indoor or Outdoor Play) Wash up Little Scientist (Math & Science) Transition Lunch Little Reader Rest Period Rise & Shine Snack Time Transition Little Explorer (Indoor or Outdoor Play) Wash up Creative Arts Centers (free play)

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PARENT HANDBOOK 7.

Parent Cam Our parent peace of mind feature is an enclosed Network and cannot be viewed by the general public. This feature is not optional, video cameras are located in each classroom if you have reservations please speak to the Site Supervisor prior to registering your child into the school. At time of registering your child into our school you are required to sign a Video consent form, this form is due along with other school forms prior to your student’s first day of school.  How does this work? – After enrollment each family is provided a log in and password. You will receive instructions for downloading the free software needed to log in and view the live feed of your child’s classroom.  What is the purpose? – The purpose of the cameras in the classrooms is to provide parents with peace of mind, as well as to provide parents an opportunity to be an active part of their child’s classroom experience. Parents will be able to see their child interacting in the class, parents will not be able to hear or speak to their child via this feature to ensure that classroom time is uninterrupted. Parents have access to view solely their child’s classroom. Video footage is streaming live and the school does not save, back up, duplicate or share video recordings with any one. Video footage is automatically wiped off the computer’s hard drive at the end of the school week. When a child separates from our school the parent’s login and password will be de-activated and the parents will no longer have access to our network to view the classroom. The parent cam feature is available from a click of a button between the hours of 6:30 a.m. to leading up to nap time and from awakening from nap time to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. This enclosed network is not part of the schools website, the school website is totally separate from the network used to run and operate the “Parent Peace of Mind” feature. Should you have any additional questions not covered within this information please do not hesitate to ask the Site Supervisor.

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Physical Education Every Friday the students will have an hour of physical education through age appropriate warm up stretches and sports that encourage fitness and develop team work. On Fridays your child is to wear appropriate work out clothing and shoes to ensure that they are adequately dressed for the physical exercise they are going to participate in. If your child cannot participate in Physical Education please provide the Site Supervisor with a doctor’s note, if your child has limitations as to the type of physical activity they can or cannot engage in please inform the Site Supervisor who will communicate this to the Teacher leading the physical education and another activity will be substituted in its place.

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PARENT HANDBOOK 9.

Tuition and Fees Tuition is collected through FACTS twice a month on the 3rd & 18th .  FULL DAY: Monday through Friday (6:30am – 6:00pm) Cost: $23.00 per day, $115.00 per week, $504.10 a month (monthly rate is based on school days a year). The monthly rate is split into two (2) payments of $252.05 paid on the 3rd and 18th of the month.  HALF DAY: Monday through Friday (8:00am – 12:00pm OR 1:00pm – 5:00pm) Cost: $19.00 per day, $95.00 per week, $416.42 a month (monthly rate is based on school days a year). The monthly rate is split into two (2) payments of $252.05 paid on the 3rd and 18th of the month. Little Leaders tuition is collected via an organization called FACTS. FACTS will be will be responsible for collecting your child’s tuition payment in behalf of our school. Tuition is due bi-weekly and will be automatically deducted from your bank account on the 3rd and 18th of each month. There is a $43.00 registration fee payable to FACTS to set up the electronic payments, this fee is yearly and will be deducted from your account [may take seven (7) to ten (10) business days]. Once your biweekly tuition payments begin to be withdrawn if there are insufficient funds in your account on the day your payment is scheduled FACTS will try again within fifteen (15) days, if the money is still not available they will assess an additional $25.00 insufficient funds fee at that time. Parents enrolled in the FACTS tuition program are able to set up an online account with FACTS where you have the flexibility of managing the account you want the funds for tuition to be withdrawn out of. For more information Facts phone number is provided on their application. If at any time your tuition is not paid in full or is delinquent full day or half day preschool services will not be rendered to your student until tuition is paid alternative care for your student will need to be coordinated by the parent. Please note: FACTS requires approximately two (2) weeks to process your application to begin the automatic payment system therefore the first bi-weekly payment towards your child’s tuition will be paid up front to Little Leaders Development Center.

10. Refunds There are NO refunds or credit issued for absences due to doctors’ appointments, student illness, family emergencies, late arrivals, holidays, school closures, natural disasters, no notice for travel or vacations. Should a student be absent for three (3) days due to severe illness the parent may bring in a doctor’s note for the three (3) consecutive absence and consideration will be given, which may result in a one-time refund for one (1) three (3) day consecutive absence. If refund is issued it will be paid out in a form of a check issued to the parent by Little Leaders Development Center not by FACTS. Refund will take seven (7) to ten (10) business days.

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PARENT HANDBOOK 11. Parent Responsibilities Students are to be well rested and ready for school each day.  Student must be signed in and out by the custodial parent or adult person approved by the parent(s). Only those approved by the student’s parent(s) can pick up the student from L.L.D.C. If the person is not known to the student’s teacher or Site Supervisor identification WILL be required. Individuals picking up a student must be eighteen (18) years old or older.  Parent is to attend parent conference.  Parents are to ensure that their student does not bring toys or personal property from home. Toys are not to be brought to school unless advised by student’s teacher that it is alright to do so as it may be part of an in class activity on a specific day. L.L.D.C. staff will not be responsible for lost or broken toys or personal property.  Parents are to pack a nutritious breakfast and lunch. Soda, Gum, candy and snacks high in sugar should not be brought to school.  Parents the best way to support your student’s teacher is to: o Communicate any concerns you may have regarding your student or the school environment immediately to your student’s teacher. o Participate in class activities. o Please be mindful of your speech & conduct as well as that of those around your child because your child models your behavior & the behavior he/she is exposed to during class time. o Pick up and read the notices and information left for you in your student’s folder. o Pick up your student’s classwork, their work is very important to them and provides another means of communication between you and your child. o Take home soiled clothing and re-stock extra clothing. o Take home your child’s rest time sheet and blanket every Friday for washing. Please return it on Monday.

12. Discipline (Re-directing Behavior Approach) Understanding that each child is loved by God and made in His image, L.L.D.C views discipline as an opportunity to develop appropriate behaviors. We implement redirecting behavior by highlighting the good behavior we would like a student to model L.L.D.C. uses guidance techniques such as:  Giving verbal prompts, “You have until the end of this song to play before you have to clean up.”  Providing choices, “You may play with the other students or you may play by yourself with the toy of your choice, which one do you choose?”  Provides Structure, “We always wash our hands before we eat.”

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PARENT HANDBOOK  Convey Expectations, we tell the student what we expect just once, we follow it by asking the child if he/she remembers what we asked, and then we offer to help the child do what was asked if needed.  Consistency, we do things the same way each day so the child knows what to expect and learns to trust and feel safe in their environment.  We use affirmative words like, “Let’s use our walking feet indoors.” Rather than saying, “Don’t run!” or “Use your words to tell us you’re mad.” Rather than saying, “Don’t hit!”  We affirm the student, by crouching down to his/her level and making eye contact, speaking calmly and asking the child to repeat the directions given.  We assess our expectations to ensure they are age appropriate.  We re-direct a less desired behavior and model the behavior we would like the student to follow after. We allow each student an opportunity to correct their behavior and we follow through with praising good behavior to encourage that it continues. We pray daily as school staff for each student and their families. We pray with your child to encourage them to always feel free to go to God for whatever they may be feeling or need. If a student is unable to demonstrate self-controlling behavior a brief time-out is implemented providing the student time to regain control in a safe & controlled environment. Time-out occurs as an opportunity for the student to re-group, not as a punishment. If a student is unable to gain control and requires more individual attention that cannot be given within child-to-staff ratios we may need to contact a parent. A student that consistently requires one-to-one attention will be asked to terminate their enrollment with L.L.D.C to ensure that the quality of service rendered to other students is not being compromised. Repeated uncontrollable behavior will lead to a discontinuation of services a notice of three (3) days will be given to a parent of a student with uncontrollable behavior and no refund of services rendered will be provided.

13. Conflict Resolution When differences occur within our school family, it is expected that we act and react in a manner which sets a good example for your student. The bible illustrates how one should deal with conflict in a manner which is pleasing to God. Matthew 18 is the basis for how differences will be dealt with at L.L.D.C. 

First, one should go directly to the person with whom he/she has a difference, whether it is a teacher, another parent, Site Supervisor. The issue should be clarified in a non-accusatory manner and as an attempt made to teach a desired outcome. It is not proper or acceptable to gossip or discuss the conflict with a person(s) not directly involved.

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Second, if a conversation with the person directly does not bring resolution, the concern should be discussed with the next person in charge. (e.g.: Teacher, then Site Supervisor)



Third, if a conversation with the Teacher does not bring resolution, the concern should be discussed with the Site Supervisor who may arrange a meeting of all persons involved to discuss the issue.



Fourth, if a conversation with the Site Supervisor does not bring a resolve, the parent or School Administrator has the right to separate from L.L.D.C. with no repercussions (applicable fee’s and or ill will) as long as the conflict resolution guidelines one through three were followed.

14. Withdraw From School Little Leaders Development Center requires a fourteen (14) day written notice be given for withdrawing a student from the school. When a student is withdrawn with less than 14 day written notice tuition paid will not be refunded. An additional fee of one (1) week of tuition will be assessed and billed to parents account if a fourteen (14) day notice is not given and student is withdrawn from school or less than fourteen (14) days written notice is given.

15. Child Abuse Reporting Requirements Little Leaders Development Center staff are REQUIRED by California State Law to report immediately to the police and/or Department of Protective Social Services (D.P.S.S.) any instance when there is reason to suspect the occurrence of physical, sexual, or emotional child abuse, child neglect, or exploitation. Staff is not required to notify parents prior to police or DPSS being called when possible child abuse, neglect, or exploitation is suspected except on the recommendation of the police or DPSS.

16. Emergency School Closures In the event of an emergency closure due to unforeseen emergency L.L.D.C. may be required to close to ensure the safety of your child. If L.L.D.C. is closed announcement of the school closure will be posted on the front door and may be found on the school website. The Site Supervisor will make every effort to contact each parent via phone call to advise of the closure. In case of serious emergencies such as earthquakes, fire, loss of power/water parents will be notified if possible (if phone lines and/ or cell phones are working) and children will be cared for at our evacuation site (parking lot closes to Wilson Ave) until parents or emergency contact arrives (same day as emergency closure).

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17. Holidays Little Leaders Development Center -L.L.D.C. will be closed on the following holidays:

SCHOOL OBSERVED HOLIDAYS •

Labor Day

President’s Day

Thanksgiving Day and Following Day

Easter (Monday following Easter Sunday)

Memorial Day

Independence Day

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Veteran’s Day

Summer Vacation [2nd week of July, five (5) school days]

Christmas Vacation [five (5) school days between Christmas and New Year’]

New Year’s Day

Please note: If a holiday falls on a Saturday – L.L.D.C. will be closed on the Friday prior to the holiday. If the holiday falls on a Sunday – L.L.D.C. will be closed on the Monday following the holiday. Tuition for the above closure dates will not be refunded or credited.

18. In-Service Trainings LL.D.C. will close early on the last Friday of every month. Full day students are to be picked up at 4:00 p.m. This early closure provides an opportunity for teachers to enhance their current training and receive additional tools and resources that they can implement in the classroom the following month.

19. Vacation Thirty (30) day advance notice must be given in writing to Site Supervisor if student will be on vacation resulting in an absence from school for four (4) days or more.  If tuition has already been paid for the vacation time noted on the notice a refund will be processed through L.L.D.C., the refund will take seven (7) to ten (10) business days processing time and will be paid out in form of a check issued to parent.  If the tuition still has not been paid for the vacation days, FACTS will be notified of the vacation request and the per day fee for each vacation day will not be deducted from the regularly scheduled tuition payment.

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PARENT HANDBOOK 20. Birthdays Parents please do not send treats on your child’s birthday. As a school we will celebrate your child’s birthday by singing to them, making them something special during class to make them feel extraordinary on their big day. Parents please try to understand that with a full activity schedule celebrating a student’s birthday as a parent desires it would take away from teaching time and not all parents are able to celebrate their child’s birthday in the same way creating in difference amongst the children.

21. Illness The problem of communicable disease is prevalent amongst school age children.

Parents must make other arrangements for their student when their child is showing symptoms of any infirmity that is not part of their child’s normal health. If a child becomes ill at L.L.D.C the Site Supervisor or teacher will immediately notify the parents. The child will be supervised in the nursery separated from his/her class until he/she is picked up. Children will not be permitted back at our school with any of the following conditions:  Fever of 100 degrees under arm (auxiliary) or higher, and if they also have one or more of the following: diarrhea, earache, shows signs of irritability or confusion, sore throat, rash.  Vomiting on two or more occasions within the past 24 hours.  Diarrhea – three or more watery stools in a 24-hour period.  Draining rash or undiagnosed rash lasting over a 24-hour period.  Eye discharge or pink eye. Children can be readmitted after medical diagnosis to rule out bacterial or viral infection, or 24 hours on antibiotic treatment  Fatigue that prevents participation in class activities.  Open oozing sores and scabs, unless properly covered and 24 hours on antibiotic treatment.  Head lice – until hair is clear of Nits.

In case of minor injury or accident, the Site Supervisor or teacher will administer basic first aid. All injuries or illnesses not requiring immediate parental notification will be documented and reported to parents when the student is picked up at the end of the day.

In case of medical injury or illness requiring immediate emergency professional care school staff will call 911 the school location and nature of emergency will be specified. When appropriate and as needed school staff will administer CPR or First Aid measures. Parents will be notified immediately. If parents are unavailable, those individuals designated as emergency phone contacts will be notified. All children must have an emergency medical release form on file in case of such an emergency.

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PARENT HANDBOOK In case of injury or accident in which 911 is not needed but immediate professional care is required the Site Supervisor will contact the parents. If parents are unavailable, those individuals designated as emergency contacts will be notified. L.L.D.C. staff cannot transport student to a hospital or doctor’s office. Injured student shall be transported for medical aid by parent (s) or by calling 911 for an ambulance.

22. Medications Parents please inform your child’s physician that your child is in full day or half day preschool program and that you prefer to give medications at home, morning and evening, knowing this many doctors will order longer acting medications limiting medications dispensed away from home prevents medication errors. Please keep in mind that school is designed for children who are well and are not feeling ill. If medications need to be administered at school, the following conditions must be met:  Prescription medication will be accepted only if it is in the original container and accompanied with a copy of the information given to you by the pharmacy.  Nonprescription medication may only be administered by following the manufacturer’s recommendation on the label.  Before any prescription or nonprescription medication can be administered including sunscreen, we must have permission in writing by the child’s parent or guardian. Please fill out the medication form and enter instructions into the Medication Log.  Medication needs to go home every day after school. Health forms are required to be completed at the time of enrollment showing any allergies, physical handicaps, a statement of general health, and a current immunization history. These must be updated and kept current yearly.

23. Clothing All students regardless of age must have a complete change of clothing clearly marked with the child’s name. This change of clothing is to be left weekly at L.L.D.C. in their cubby. Sweaters and or jacket are required during cooler seasons for the daily outdoor playtime. Parents please ensure that your child is dressed appropriately for the weather. No open toed shoes (e.g.: Sandals) are to be worn to school as a safety precaution for outdoor play time.

24. Outdoor Play Outdoor play is a regular part of the daily schedule. Students should be prepared to play outside some part of every day. Please do not request that your child stay indoors, students too sick to go outside should not be at school.

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PARENT HANDBOOK 25. Meals and Snacks A morning and afternoon snack will be served to each student. Breakfast and lunch is to be

provided by the parent of the child. Please provide your child with a nutritious, hearty lunch including fruit or vegetables, crackers, or something similar. A prayer of Thanks will be prayed over each meal. At parent’s written request staff can heat up food or refrigerate food for student, a note can be placed in student’s lunch bag. Please label your child’s lunch box with their first and last name. Emergency breakfast and/or lunch is available should a student not have a packed breakfast or lunch, a fee of $3.00 will be accessed to parent and is due the next day to the Site Supervisor.

26. Rest Period Supervised rest periods are provided for all pre-school students under five (5) years of age who remain at L.L.D.C. six (6) or more hours a day. Parents please provide a clean blanket and sheet for naptime. Also, please take them home on Friday’s for washing and return on Monday. You may also bring in a nap time stuffed animal if your child requires one. Students are not required to nap; if the child chooses to stay awake they are to take this opportunity to rest quietly.

27. Bathroom Policy The following is the procedure implemented by staff:  Children shall be accompanied by an adult staff when the bath room not located in the class room is to be used.  One student at a time will use in class room bathroom.  If needed the teacher will assist the child by verbally prompting the child how to wipe themselves.  When a child has had an accident (wetting or soiling their clothes) the teacher shall verbally coach the student in changing their own clothes. The teacher shall put on rubber gloves to help place soiled clothing in a plastic bag. Student will need to wipe themselves and put on their clean clothes. A note will be placed in the student’s cubby to advise the parent that soiled clothing needs to be taken home at time of picking up of student. Parents may be called as needed if child requires being taken home for bathing due to accident. Teacher will ensure that the student washes their hands appropriately.  All children will use the designated boys or girls restroom.

28. Traffic and Safety Statement In consideration to the school being on a main street that has a heavy flow of traffic because of accessibility to a local freeway close by, we ask that parents park in the rear parking lot when picking up and dropping off their student. This is to ensure your safety and the safety of our student. Entrance into the school will still be at the entrance of the building.

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PARENT HANDBOOK 29. Transporting of Student  Vehicles transporting children shall be in a safe operating condition and drivers shall have a current California Driver’s License.  Parent(s) or authorized individual is responsible for ensuring that the student has a car seat and is appropriately fastened in the car and seat.  Child shall be protected and covered by parent(s) or authorized individual’s auto insurance policy.  Child is to be loaded and unloaded at the rear parking lot in a protected parking area.

30. Final Thoughts By enrolling your child in Little Leaders Development Center (L.L.D.C.) you have made the first step towards creating a desire for lifelong learning for your future leader. We, “Thank You!” for entrusting us with your precious child and we do not take the responsibility lightly. We will care for your child and instruct them with love and respect as they deserve.

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PARENT HANDBOOK Little Leaders Development Center 13129 Paramount Blvd. South Gate, CA 90280 (562) 232-4900

2013-2014 Admission Agreement & Parent Handbook Acknowledgement

STUDENT’S NAME:

 I/We agree to accept the responsibility of obeying the rules and regulations by which Little Leaders Development Center (L.L.D.C.) is operated and to support the Christian principles for which it stands.  I/We as parents accept the responsibility for our student cooperating fully with the school rules and regulations.  I/We give permission for our child in the events sponsored by Little Leaders Development Center (L.L.D.C.).

to take part

Signatures Required PARENT(S) I/We have received, read and understand and agree to follow Little Leaders Development Center’s policies and procedures as indicated in the Parent Handbook as it pertains to acceptable standards, behavior and rules pertaining to my child being admitted to the pre-school program.

Father’s Name:

Signature:

Date:

Mother’s Name:

Signature:

Date:

Guardian’s Name:

Signature:

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