Dear Summit Parents,
Zadie’s is now proudly offering Friday night care for three Friday’s during the month of December. Beginning December 6th, Zadie’s will offer extended hours until 10pm. Enjoy shopping, house cleaning, or even a date…Continue
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For the Halloween Party, someone donated some Organic Lollipops forour trick-or-treaters. Several parents have asked where they came from.If you donated them or know where those lollipops can be…Continue
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We are always concerned about the health and happiness of our children. In order to protect all children, we reserve the right to determine when a child is too ill to receive our care. If you feel that your child is not well, we would appreciate your keeping him/her home, especially if he/she has an illness that may be contagious. If your child becomes ill while under our care and we determine that he/she should not remain at Zadie’s, you will be notified immediately.
If your child has any of the following symptoms, we suggest at home care for at least 24 hours:
Fever – higher than 101 degrees
Combination of diarrhea and vomiting
Unidentifiable Rash – please provide a doctor’s note upon return to Zadie’s
Conjunctivitis – redness or discharge from one or both eyes. Administer medication for at least 48 hours before returning to Zadie’s.
Sinus Infection – yellow/green discharge from the nose is a sign of infection
Head Lice – all nits must be removed before returning to Zadie’s