At Sparkles!, security is the number one priority. We utilize “ProCare”, a child care management system that, not only maintains each family’s billing and payment history, but also records arrival and departure times as well as names of person(s) authorized to pick up. Only authorized members of our staff have access to this sensitive information.
Through our security system with key pad by the front door we ensure that only authorized personnel are admitted into our facility.
Sparkles! offers Internet Camera Viewing System. Registered parents are able to stay connected with their child throughout the day via the Internet.
The images are sent to the providers’ secure internet server where they are encrypted. Access to the site can only be made with an approved user name and password. Parents are given authorized access to their child’s room.
Sparkles! utilizes Creative Curriculum - a complete, nationally recognized curriculum system that incorporates the latest research and best practice strategies to address the learning needs of infants, toddlers and preschool children by using age-specific objectives for learning and development. The learning and development objectives of Creative Curriculum have been identified as strong predictors of school and life success!
Our curriculum focuses on six key areas of your child's development:
Proper nutrition is crucial to early child hood development. So here at Sparkles!, we include balanced snacks and meals in your tuition, giving you one less thing to worry about as you start your day. Menus change monthly, and all Sparkles! locations are peanut-free. Ask your center director about our vegetarian and gluten free options.
We would like to remind you of our inclement weather policy. We will try to follow the Federal Government closing procedures, however, should the weather become hazardous during the day, Sparkles! locations may close. The safety of our students and staff is our main priority. Parents will be given a 2-hour notice of any closing.
We will immediately post alerts on Facebook. Also, we will post an automated message on the phone line for each center, so that parents can call for updates.