2019-2020

HANDBOOK

 

 

69 E. Main Street

Newark, DE 19711

(302)368-1754

tsharp@newark-umc.org

 

 

www.newarkmethodistpreschool.com

 

 

 

 

 

PROGRAM PURPOSE AND GOALS

 

The Newark Methodist Preschool is an outreach of the Newark Methodist Church.  Our school provides a developmentally appropriate learning environment for 2, 3, 4, and 5-year olds.  The following are just a few of the preschool’s most important goals:

 

  • To provide a warm, accepting, and positive school atmosphere.

  • To help children recognize their own special characteristics and

                        abilities; self-esteem, self-control, and independence are

                          encouraged in every aspect of our program.

  • To help each child handle and verbalize emotions in appropriate

                        ways while respecting the child’s right to feel anger, impatience,

                        sadness, etc…

  • To share with children the wonder and beauty of the world in

                        which we live.

  • Share with children the wonder and beauty of God's world we live in.

  • To offer a wide variety of activities and hands-on experiences.

 

 NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY

The Newark Methodist Preschool admits students of any race, color,

national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and

activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.

The Newark Methodist Preschool does not discriminate on the basis of

race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational

policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other

school-administered programs.

 

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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   Accident/Incident Report………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….8

   Administration of Medication…………………………………………………………………………………………………………..8                                                                           

   Bad Weather Closings...................................................................………………………………………………….........9

   Calendar for 2017-2018...................................................................…………………………………………………......3

   Child Abuse & Neglect………………………………………………………………………………………………………………........10  

   Children’s Arrival and Departure.......................................................………………………………………………......4

   Clothing.......................................................................................………….........................................................5

   Communicable Diseases………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….7

   Conferences…………………………………………………………………………………………….…………………………………….. 6

   Discipline Policy……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….9

   Dismissal/Release of Child Policy……………………………………………………………………………………………………..4

   Family Crises.................................................................................……………………………………………………........9

   Field Trips…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………6

   Helpline/Concerns………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….10

   Illness Policy................................................................................………….........................................................7

   Licensing & Accreditation………………………………………………………………......................................................10

   Parent Involvement...............................................................………………….....................................................5

   Personal Possessions.....................................................................…………………………………………………….....5

   Safety & Sanitation Policy……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….10                            

   School Communications.................................................................……………………………………………………....6

   Transportation..................................................................................…………...................................................6

   Tuition.........................................................................................………………....................................................9

   Typical School Day……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………8

   Megan’s Law…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...10

   Parents Right To Know Notice………………………………………………………………………………………………………….10

 

PRESCHOOL STAFF

PRESCHOOL OFFICE                           Room 110                                                                                          368-1754

Director                                              Tammy Sharp     tsharp@newark-umc.org                                     753-8908   

Assistant                                             Debbie Knight                                                                                     737-2710

ROOM 106

2’s                                                       Christina Doughty      bigkdoughty@comcast.net                          545-1162

                                                            Tricia Shaw

                                                            Mary Pat Barton

ROOM 215

3-DAY 3’S                                            Jessica Robinson    jesanded0605@gmail.com                              367-4427

                                                            Mandy Manzella

ROOM 217                                         

2- and 3-day 3’s                                 Anne Spoor     spoor2@msn.com                                                    368-1545

                                                             Patti Brooks

ROOM 12                                           

3-day PreK                                         Nancie Turner   nt1230@verizon,net                                               368-8327

                                                            Katie Hughes

                                                           

ROOM 211                                         

5-day PreK                                         Robin Finnegan     Robinsnest8484@gmail.com                            368-2475

                                                             Suzy Moyer

ROOM 216                                         

5-day PreK                                        Suzy Phillips    shp@udel.edu                                                              292-8703 

                                                            Irina Petka 

 

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                                                                 NMP CALENDAR FOR 2019-2020                                                                                                               

 

         

                Our ORIENTATION SCHEDULE is as follows:

TWO YEAR OLDS:                                                                                                                                 Class meeting times:       MONDAY/WEDNESDAY

        September 4, Wednesday                        With a parent                                          10:45 - 11:45

        September 9 & 11                                 Without parents                                           9:30 - 11:00

        September 16                                                                                                                Regular 9:30 - 11:45 hours begin

TUESDAY/THURSDAY

         September 5, Thursday                           With a parent                                           10:45 - 11:45

         September 10 & 12                               Without parents                                          9:30  - 11:00

         September 18                                                                                                               Regular 9:30 - 11:45 hours begin

2-DAY THREE YEAR OLDS:

TUESDAY/THURSDAY

        September 3, Tuesday                            With a parent                                              9:00 - 10:00 OR 10:30 - 11:30

        September 5, Thursday                        Without parents                                           9:00 - 10:00 OR 10:30 - 11:30

        September 10 and 12                                                                                                   9:00 - 11:00

        September 17, Tuesday                                                                                                Regular 9:00 - 12:00 hours begin

3-DAY THREE YEAR OLDS:

MONDAY/WEDNESDAY/FRIDAY

        September 4, Wednesday                      With a parent                                              9:00 - 10:00 OR 10:30 - 11:30

        September 6, Friday                               Without parents                                          9:00 - 10:00 OR 10:30 - 11:30

        September 9, 11 and 13                                                                                                9:00 - 11:00

        September 16, Monday                                                                                                 Regular 9:00 - 12:00 hours begin

3-DAY THREE YEAR OLDS:

TUESDAY/THURSDAY/FRIDAY

        September 3, Tuesday                           With a parent                                               9:00 - 10:00 OR 10:30 - 11:30

        September 5, Thursday                        Without a parent                                          9:00 - 10:00 OR 10:30 - 11:30

        September 6, 10, 12 and 13                                                                                         9:00 - 11:00

        September 17, Tuesday                                                                                                Regular 9:00 - 12:00 hours begin

3-DAY PREKINDERGARTEN:

MONDAY/WEDNESDAY/FRIDAY

        September 4, Wednesday                    With a parent                                               9:15 - 10:15 OR 10:30 - 11:30

        September 6, Friday                           Without parents                                             9:00 - 11:00

        September 9, Monday                                                                                                  Regular 9:00 - 12:00 hours begin

5-DAY PREKINDERGARTEN:

MONDAY through FRIDAY

        September 3, Tuesday                             With a parent                                             9:15 - 10:15 or 10:30 - 11:30

        September 4-6                                       Without parents                                           9:15 - 11:30

        September 9, Monday                                                                                                  Regular 9:15 - 12:15 hours begin               

SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED ON THE FOLLOWING DATES:

        October 11                                                                                                                    PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

        November 11                                                                                                                VETERANS DAY

        November 27-29                                                                                                          THANKSGIVING BREAK

        December 23-January 5                                                                                              CHRISTMAS BREAK

        January 20                                                                                                                     MARTIN LUTHER KING HOLIDAY

        February 14 and 17                                                                                                     PRESIDENTS’ DAY WEEKEND

        April 9-17                                                                                                                       SPRING BREAK

        SPECIAL DATES FOR 2019 AND 2020:

              October 19                                                                                           Trunk or Treat

              October 23, 24                                                                                     School Pictures

              October 30                                                                                            PREK HALLOWEEN PARADE

              November 30                                                                                        Winter Bazaar

              December 18                                                                                        M/W 2’s CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE

              December 19                                                                                        T/TH 2’s & 3’s CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE

              December 20                                                                                        M/W/F 3’s & PREK CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE

              February 12, 13                                                                                    Valentine’s Celebrations

              March 30-April 3                                                                                  Spring Celebration- Social(April 2) and Book Fair

              May 7                                                                                                     3’s Family Field Trip

              May 20                                                                                                   M/W 2’s, M/W/F 3’s & PREK END OF YEAR OPEN HOUSE

                                                                                                                              

              May 21                                                                                                    T/TH 2’s & 3’s, T/TH/F 3’s END OF YEAR OPEN HOUSE

                                                                                                                               

                                                                                                                                        

             

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CHILDREN’S ARRIVAL:

As soon as you arrive at your child’s classroom, please SIGN IN on the forms provided outside the door.  Teachers, at this time, are preparing the room for the day’s activities, and they will open the door to greet each student once the room is ready.  Please be understanding if occasionally the door is not opened punctually; special plans sometimes take longer than expected.  The school day is designed with a start time of 9:00 for 3’s, 9:15 for PreK and 9:30 for 2’s.  To fully benefit from the preschool program, it is important to arrive on time; many children experience difficulty joining in if they arrive after the class has begun its activities.  They also often miss important information that is provided at the beginning of the day.

 

For your child’s safety, all students must be brought by an adult to the classroom.  Please wait with your child, and when the teachers open the door to greet your child, please say goodbye and let him/her enter the classroom alone.  (Parents of 2-year old children may enter as needed until your child has made a full adjustment.)  Let the teacher know who will pick up your child at dismissal.

 

DISMISSAL/RELEASE OF CHILD POLICY:

When you arrive to pick up your child, please remember to SIGN OUT on the forms provided.  The preschool day ends for 2’s at 11:45, the 3’s classes at 12:00, and PREK at 12:15.  Teachers will open the door when the class is ready.  It is sometimes hard to be prompt when assisting a large group of children with coats and book bags—we appreciate your patience with this.  We will call each child or carpool individually and see them safely into the hands of the responsible adult.  If you have a special need to pick up your child early, please alert the child’s teacher at drop-off time.

 

We will release your child ONLY to those you designate on your Release of Child form – please include the names of anyone who may pick up your child during the school year.  You may notify the teachers at any time to make changes to this form.  In addition, when you do require another adult to pick up your child, please tell them that they will be required to provide a picture identification—we want to do everything necessary to keep the preschoolers safe.

 

Please resist discussing your child’s progress at dismissal time.  We ask you to remember that the teacher is always available by phone to answer questions or to schedule a conference.  It is best for your child if discussions about behavior and development are done when your child is not present.  Do feel free to call your child’s teacher at home; or talk to Tammy Sharp or Debbie Knight. They are available most preschool mornings in the Preschool office on the first floor, and they welcome your thoughts and concerns any time.

 

Late Pick-up.  We will allow a grace period of 10 minutes after which a late fee of $10 will be imposed.

 

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 CLOTHING:

The children spend a lot of time in active and messy play.  “Good” clothes are often a source of frustration.  Keep in mind the various activities your child may participate in (such as climbing, bicycling, painting, water play, etc.) when you help your child choose what to wear.  Comfortable play clothes and rubber-soled shoes will give your child the freedom to actively participate.  Layered clothing is helpful since our classrooms are often warm and we play outside each day.  During winter weather, mittens and hats are needed for the playground (please mark them with masking tape inside).

   *PLEASE MARK OUTERWEAR & BOOKBAGS WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME.

 

PERSONAL POSSESSIONS:

Your child might want to bring a special toy to school.  This is understandable and certainly acceptable.  We ask that you limit your child to one toy that is durable and small enough to fit in their cubby.  However, if your child does not have strong feelings about bringing something from home, please encourage him/her to come “alone”.  Our goal is to help your child feel good about himself.  Children sometimes rely on objects to give themselves confidence rather than learning that confidence lies within themselves.  Toys are often used to win approval from friends and teachers.  We try to keep competition at a minimum.  We trust you to sense your child’s feelings and judge his/her needs.  We do ask that no toy guns or superheroes be brought to school as they tend to inhibit rather than promote creative play.

 

PARENT INVOLVEMENT:

We have an open-door policy throughout the year.  However, we ask you to be sensitive to the needs of the children.  Many children need a few weeks to adjust to the classroom setting before visitors come into the room.  Most children make an easy transition, but some children need extra time to gain self-confidence and to feel comfortable with their classmates, teachers, and school routine.  We prefer that parents of 3’s wait until mid-October to visit, especially if your child or others are having trouble separating.  Also, in December, gifts and special treats are being “secretly” prepared, so your child might not want you “peeking”.

Your occasional presence in the classroom shows your child you are interested in his/her school life.  Your interest gives impact to what we do.  It is best if you schedule your visit in advance to avoid coming on a day when another parent is scheduled.  If you cannot stay for the whole session, please plan to come late and leave at dismissal time.  If you come with your child and leave before school is over, you will probably find your child wants to leave with you.  Parents of 3’s and 4’s will be offered the opportunity to sign-up to visit on specific days.  (2’s parents may request a day, too).  Prekindergarten parents should speak to the teachers if they would like to schedule a visit.  Parents are encouraged to find at least one day during the school year to visit with their child. There is a special meeting for all parents in September. This Parent Orientation will give you an opportunity to talk with the director and her assistant about the preschool program and ask questions.

 

                                                                                                                                               

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CONFERENCES:

Conferences will be scheduled for the four-year-old and Prekindergarten classes in January and February.  Two– and Three-year-old conferences will be held in late February/early March after each parent has had a chance to visit the classroom.  The teachers will post sign-up sheets on the bulletin boards for your choice of dates and times.

If you have a question or concern at any time during the year, feel free to contact the teachers or the Director.  You can be assured we will call you if there is anything unusual we feel you should know.  The well being of your child is very important to us, and we are happy to meet with you or phone conference at your request.

 

SCHOOL COMMUNICATION:

The best means of communication with parents is through the bulletin boards outside each classroom and weekly newsletters.  The teachers use these to communicate the focus of the week as well as special activities.  This allows you to build on the teachers’ curriculum by talking at home about similar ideas.  The teachers also post requests for snacks, drivers for field trips, or an item your child needs for the class.  It is very important that each school day you read the bulletin board and materials sent home in your child’s backpack.

There is a monthly newsletter sent home by the Director that will keep you informed of upcoming preschool events.  Additionally, you are encouraged to visit the preschool website at www.newarkmethodistpreschool.com for the preschool calendar as well as periodic updates. The NMP Facebook page is also informative. The Director is usually available from 8:30 to 1:30 weekdays - please stop in for a visit and feel free to suggest ideas that might improve the Preschool.  We welcome your thoughts!

 

FIELD TRIPS:

The permission form you have signed enables your child to participate in our walking field trips such as a Fall nature walk to the university mall area or to the Aetna Fire Station.  Due to DE Licensing Requirements, we send out a separate permission slip for each child approximately two weeks prior to a field trip that is taken by automobile.  At the same time, we will provide a sign-up sheet asking for volunteers to drive.  Drivers must have current liability insurance and assume responsibility for the children in their care while being transported.  EACH CHILD MUST HAVE A CAR SEAT (provided by their parents) to participate.  All parents are welcome to attend the trips, and we will notify you on a trip-by-trip basis whether it is appropriate to bring siblings.  We do not take trips by car with two- and three-year-old classes due to their level of maturity.

 

TRANSPORTATION:

Transportation is not provided to and from the preschool.

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                

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​ILLNESSES:

In order to ensure the health and safety of the children at the preschool and to comply with DELACARE: Rules for Early Care Education and School Age Centers, Newark Methodist Preschool cannot allow your child to be at school for the following reasons unless written documentation is provided by a health care provider stating your he/she has been diagnosed and poses no serious health risk to others or him/herself:

Temperature: equivalent to 101 degrees or greater; accompanied by behavior changes or other signs or symptoms of illness — until a medical evaluation allows your child to return to the preschool. It is the policy of the preschool to take the child’s axillary temperature;

Symptoms and signs of possible severe illness (such as unusual lethargy, uncontrolled coughing, inexplicable irritability, persistent crying, difficult breathing, wheezing, or other unusual signs — until a medical evaluation allows your child to return to the preschool;

Uncontrolled diarrhea, that is, increased number of stools, increased stool water, and/or decreased form that is not contained by the diaper/underwear — until diarrhea stops;

Blood in stool not explainable by dietary change, medication, or hard stools;

Vomiting illness (two or more episodes of vomiting in the previous 24 hours) — until vomiting resolves or until a health care provider determines the cause of the vomiting is not contagious your child is not in danger of dehydration;

Persistent abdominal pain (continues more than two hours) or intermittent pain associated with fever or other signs or symptoms;

Mouth sores with drooling, unless a health care provider determines that the condition is noninfectious;

Rash with fever or behavior change — until a health care provider determines that these symptoms do not indicate a communicable disease;

Purulent conjunctivitis (defined as pink or red conjunctiva with white or yellow eye discharge) — until 24 hours after antibiotic treatment has been initiated;

Scabies — until 24 hours after treatment has been initiated;

Pediculosis (head lice) — until 24 hours after treatment has been initiated;

Tuberculosis — until a health care provider states that the child is on appropriate therapy and can attend;

Impetigo — until 24 hours after treatment has been initiated;

Strep throat or streptococcal infection — until 24 hours after initial antibiotic treatment and cessation of fever;

Shingles —until all sores have crusted and are dry unless all sores are covered by clothing or a dressing;

Pertussis — until five days of antibiotic treatment;

Mumps — until nine days after onset of parotid gland swelling;

Hepatitis A virus — until one week after onset of illness, jaundice or as directed by the health department when passive immunoprophylaxis has been administered to appropriate children and staff;

Measles — until five days after onset of rash;

Rubella — until six days after onset of rash;

Herpetic gingivostomatitis (cold sores) — if your child cannot control oral secretions; or

Unspecified illness if it limits your child’s comfortable participation in activities or if it results in a need for greater care than can be provided without compromising the health and safety of other children. 

 

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES:

Children with a reportable communicable disease cannot be admitted to the preschool unless documentation from the child’s health care provider states the child has been evaluated and presents no risk to others, or the Department of Public Health has advised the preschool that the child presents no risk.  If your child has been exposed to a reportable communicable disease you will receive a written notice with recognizable symptoms as well as instructions telling you how to proceed.

 

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ADMINISTRATION OF MEDICATION:

Trained staff will administer medication in accordance with state law and written parent permission.  The medication must be in its original container, properly labeled (including child’s name), and not expired.

 

ACCIDENT/INCIDENT REPORT:

If your child becomes injured while at preschool, immediate action will be taken to protect him/her of further harm and a parent/guardian will be notified.  A report explaining the circumstances of the injury and action taken will be completed, and the parent/guardian will receive one copy, and another will be kept in your child’s file.  If the injury requires medical attention, you will be notified immediately.

 

EMERGENCY HEALTH POLICY:

In the event of a life-threatening accident, injury or illness an ambulance will be called.  In the event of an accident, injury or illness that is non-life threatening but requires prompt, professional medical attention the Director will provide transportation. In either event the parent/guardian will be notified immediately.  If they cannot be reached the emergency contact listed on the child’s information card will be called.

 

A TYPICAL SCHOOL DAY:

Many parents ask what happens on the average school day.  Of course, no two days are ever the same, but we do have a time frame that is generally followed.  The teachers plan new activities each week, and often each day; they follow the school curriculum but use their own ideas to implement.  Many hours are spent in preparation for each day.  Preschool-aged children learn through hands-on activities (play!), so it is our goal to provide them with a wide variety of experiences and to encourage their exploration.  We focus on all areas of development: language, large and small motor, sensory, emotional, cognitive, and social.  Your child may choose not to do some activities that are offered. Do not be concerned - each child develops interests according to his/her needs and stage of development.  They learn best from the activities that interest them most.  Once a month all students have three specials, physical education, music and story time. (The day for two-year old students is 45 minutes shorter, and routine emphasis is on socialization and language development. A less structured version of the following is typical for the twos.)

The general use of time in the preschool day is as follows:

      Activity Time - 60 minutes - This is probably the most important part of the day; your child may choose any of the many activities such as: painting, other arts and crafts, dramatic play, puzzles, blocks, manipulative toys, books, science area, and math area.

       Outdoor Play - 30 minutes - Each class has its own time on the playground.  In the event of inclement weather, we have a large area in the basement dining room where we set up a variety of active play equipment.

        Snack - 20 minutes                                                                                              

        Quiet Book Time - 10 minutes

        Group Circle Times - Two 30-minute periods - The class gathers together for a story, songs, music, fingerplays, games and other shared experiences.

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DISCIPLINE POLICY:

The goals of the Newark Methodist Preschool program support the use of positive discipline.  We provide a warm, accepting, and nurturing atmosphere where children feel comfortable and confident; capable of self-control.  The teachers establish an environment where appropriate examples are set, and positive behavior is reinforced, recognizing each child’s individuality.  When inappropriate behavior must be addressed, we do so with the use of redirection and the offering of choices.  We believe that the use of these positive guidance strategies will assist the children in acquiring and developing the skills needed to be successful in a learning community.

 

FAMILY CRISES:

Every family experience times of stress.  Prolonged visits, the anticipation of a trip, new people in the household, death, illness, or changed relationships in the home may create stress.  Children sense your worries even when they are not aware of the problem.  At such times the child might need extra attention and emotional support. It is not necessary to explain the source of the tension, but it will be helpful if you alert the teacher.  Frequently the child’s behavior pattern changes under trying circumstances.  The staff wants to be able to respond to your child’s needs, especially when the child is most vulnerable.

 

BAD WEATHER CLOSINGS:

Preschool closings due to inclement weather will be announced on NBC Channel 10 or found at NBC.com by 7:00 a.m.  You may also register to receive text and/or email alerts or call the preschool office at 368-1754 after 7:00 a.m. where there will be a message on the answering machine to tell you whether we are open.  We try to follow the Christina School District decision, however, there may be days we consider it appropriate to open when Christina closes or delays their opening, so please refer to the resource mentioned above to know for sure.  Snow closing time is NOT made up at the end of the year due to building and staff availability, however, there are scheduled snow contingency days for winters with inclement weather that forces several school closings.

 

TUITION PAYMENTS:

Tuition may be paid monthly, semi-annually, or annually. Payments made after the 15th of the month require a $5 late fee.  Checks are made payable to NEWARK METHODIST PRESCHOOL.  They may be dropped off in the preschool office (Room 110, 1st floor) or mailed to:

Newark Methodist Preschool

69 East Main Street

Newark, DE  19711

If you have a temporary or special financial burden which will delay your tuition payment, please call the preschool office to notify Debbie or Tammy @368-1754.

 

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CONCERNS:

You can help us most by communicating any questions, comments, or indications of developing problems.  The telephone numbers and email addresses for your child’s teachers are listed on page one.  Please do not hesitate to speak to us.

 

SAFETY & SANITATION POLICY:

To provide your child with the cleanest environment possible play tables, floors, carpets, sinks, faucets, toilets and toilet seats are disinfected daily.  To reduce the spread of germs and bacteria proper hand washing techniques are used by staff and taught to the children.  Standard precautions are used by staff and custodians to clean and disinfect areas that have been contaminated by bodily fluids.

The proper diaper changing procedure is posted in the bathroom where diapers are changed and used when it is necessary to change a diaper.  A lined, foot-activated container, inaccessible to children is used to dispose of all diapers.

 

LICENSING & ACCREDITATION:

Effective February 2004, the Newark Methodist Preschool is fully licensed by the State of Delaware Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families pursuant to Title 31 Chapter 3 of the Delaware Code. 

The preschool has long been a member of the Nursery Kindergarten Association of Delaware.  NKAD recognizes the professional goals of philosophy, program and staff of preschool programs in Delaware.  In addition, many of our staff are members of the Delaware Association for the Education of Young Children(DAEYC).

 

CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT:

As a preschool provider in the State of Delaware, if any staff member in good faith suspects child abuse or neglect they are required by law to make a report to the Division of Family Services of the Department of Services for Children, Youth, and Their Families.

 

MEGAN’S LAW:

In compliance with “Megan’s Law” (11 Del Code 4121), the preschool is notified about all registered sex offenders who have recently moved to, attend school in or are employed in the City of Newark.  We, in turn, are required to maintain a binder which holds the information that we receive.  This binder is kept in the preschool office where any parent who wishes to access the information is welcome to do so anytime during preschool office hours.

 

PARENTS RIGHT TO KNOW NOTICE:

Under the Delaware Code you are entitled to inspect, at any time, the active record and complaint files of any licensed child care/preschool facility.  To review a child care facility record, contact the Office of Child Care Licensing at (302) 892-5800. 

 

The DELACARE Rules for Early Care & Education are always kept in the preschool office for parents to read and review upon request.

Call Us: 1-302-368-1754 / Fax: 1-302-368-8705  /  tsharp@newark-umc.org  /  Newark United Methodist Church  69 East Main Street  Newark, DE 19711

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