Our Educational Philosophy
Indy Learning Center provides a nurturing, loving, educational environment in a residential setting. We maintain
a positive atmosphere while engaging students in a variety of age-appropriate activities designed
to stimulate learning. We strive to instill Christian morals and values as we show students how to interact appropriately
in a small group setting with other children and adults.
We practice positive redirection as a way to teach the children to behave
appropriately. When a child physical hurts another child (biting, hitting, pushing, etc.) he/she may be asked to sit in “time-out”
for a short period of time (one minute per year in age) to remove him/her from the situation. Under no circumstance will we
ridicule, embarrass or use any type of physical punishment with a child. In cases where behaviors threaten the safety of other
children or the operation of our program we reserve the right to remove the child from our program.
1) Completed Enrollment Application (all papers in this
2) Immunization Records
(must be on file within 30 days of admission).
3) Certification of a Physical Exam given by a physician within 3 months prior to admission
4) Copy of Birth Certificate
5) Food contracts (within first few days of enrollment)
Items Parents Should Provide
Diapers, Pampers Sensitive Wipes (one case every two months), Bottles & Extra Outfits
Toddlers: Blanket for nap, extra outfit, Pampers Sensitive Wipes (one case every two months)
Preschoolers: Blanket, extra outfit, shoes they can put on and off themselves (no laces please)
Children should wear comfortable, close-toed shoes (tennis
shoes with velcro are best) and clothes that are okay to get dirty. They be dressed when they arrive. Shoes should
be worn outside at all times. Socks or slippers are okay for inside.
A well balanced, nutritious breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack will be provided daily. We provide formula (Meijer
Brand), iron-fortified cereal and baby food free of charge for our infants.
Illness & Medications
If a child develops a rash,
pinkeye, has diarrhea, is vomiting or running a temperature of 100 degrees or more, he/she must be picked up promptly. With
pinkeye, the child must be on the antibiotic drops for 24 hours before returning. Children must
remain fever-free, diarrhea free and vomit free for 24 hours (without fever reducing medicine) before returning.
Please make sure you have a back-up plan in case your child becomes ill. If your
child has a rash, a written doctor's note stating that it is not contagious and it is okay to return to daycare will be needed.
If medication needs to be left for us to administer, it must be accompanied by a written doctor’s order (even
over-the-counter meds). The medication must be labeled with the child’s name. The “Permission to Administer Medication”
form must be completed and signed by a parent. Please share the info verbally with the caregiver also.
Rates – Effective January 1, 2019
Age 6 weeks through 16 months - $195/week
Age 16 months and
older - $155/week
Time (based on availability) - $35/day
A deposit equal to the
amount charged for one week is required up front. Payment is due on or before Monday morning for the upcoming week. Cash,
Check or Chase Quick Pay are acceptable forms of payment. $5 is to be added for each day payment is late. $30 fee for returned
checks. If payment is late more than three times in a three-month period or if payment is ever more than five days past-due,
we reserve the right to discontinue services and offer the spot to someone else on our wait list. Minimum two-weeks’
notice is required if leaving the program to receive deposit back.
We will be closed on the following days.
Full payment is due all 52 weeks of the year.
that if your child is absent for illness, vacation, etc. full payment is still due.