FAQ's

FAQ

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We’ve provided some of our child care and preschool frequently asked questions on this page. Please feel free to contact us via telephone or our feedback form if you need further information.

Little Foot Learning Center™ Child Care and Preschool provides a safe, nurturing, and educational environment for children 8 weeks to 12 years of age.

 We are open Monday through Friday from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm. We provide full-day care for infants, toddlers, preschoolers. We also provide before-and-after-school care for children who are enrolled in Kindergarten through 12 years of age.

Yes! Little Foot LC’s part-time/hourly programs are designed to introduce children 8 weeks old (walking) to 12 years to their peers while engaging in fun curriculum-based activities in a structured environment.

Yes! We serve hot meals and nutritious snacks. Our Center is equipped with a kitchen and staff trained in nutrition, USDA and Kansas Department of Education guidelines, and proper portions for young children. Weekly menus are posted on the parent board of each classroom.

The registration process will require the following: Proof of income/source of income, Health and Immunization form, Immunization Record for all children being enrolled, and Authorization for Emergency Medical Care. If your child requires medication, you will also need the Authorization for Dispensing Medication form.

Yes! All children have their own cubby for their items located in each of the classrooms.

Yes! A staff member will be supervising your child at all times – even during quiet or nap time. Little Foot LC also adheres to Infant Safe Sleep guidelines and has implemented other policies for older children to have the safest possible environment while in our care.

Our facility is cleaned everday using a safe disenfactant, including all toys and equipment, classrooms, bathrooms, and offices.

We accept most major credit cards for payments. Continuing tuition payments are processed through electronic payments. We do not accept checks, money orders, or cash for payments.