Please call (518) 798-8206 for tuition rates.
*If this is your child’s initial registration to the program, a medical form will need to be completed by a physician, physician’s assistant, or nurse practitioner and returned before school begins. Your child will not be able to atend until all paperwork is completed.
A $20 nonrefundable registration fee is due at the time of registration. Please mail completed Registration form, medical form & $20 fee to:
United Methodist Church of Queensbury Children’s Programs
460 Aviation Road
Queensbury, NY 12804
Tuition is paid one month in advance. Final placement is contingent upon availability of space in the program, receipt of registration, and the first month’s tuition.
A tuition rate discount will apply for additional siblings after the first child. We accept full and part time placement. Those children who are in need of childcare on a limited basis will be charged a flat rate with a minimum of ten hours per month per child. No discount will apply for siblings in this instance.
SCHOOL AGE Handbook please read and understand our handbook before filling out registration form
ADMINISTRATION OF EMERGENCY MEDICATIONS
The Administrative Director of the program will discuss your child’s medical issues with you regarding allergy triggers, allergic reactions and their severity, treatment, asthma triggers and treatment prior to agreeing to administer the medications. We want to ensure that your child has a safe experience. Qualified staff may administer emergency medications only to children with severe allergic reactions and breathing problems. The only emergency medications that may be administered are epinephrine auto injector (Epipen), Benadryl (diphenhydramine), asthma metered dose inhaler with or without a spacer, and nebulizer treatments. Routine medications and others such as Tylenol, cough syrup, etc. are not included in this list. In order for us to administer these medications we will need specific written information from your child’s health care provider (physician, nurse practitioner, or physician’s assistant). A written medication consent form will need to be completed by the health care provider for each medication. This order is valid for six (6) months and will need to reordered at that time. All medication will need to be in its original container. Prescription medications must contain a prescription label stating the child’s name, medication, dose, route and frequency to be given. Over the counter medications must be labeled with the child’s name. The parent will provide the tools to administer the medications, such as a dosing spoon, eyedropper, oral medication syringe, or medication cup. The medication container should be given to one of the adult staff members in the program. It will not be able to be kept in the child’s backpack or other container. Independent administration of medication will not be permitted. Medications can be stored in a locked cabinet on site when the childcare program is not in session provided that the parent has sufficient supply of the medication available to them at home. When an Epipen is used, 911 will be called and the child will be transported to the hospital via ambulance. When an inhaler or nebulizer is used for breathing problems, 911 will be called if the child’s breathing does not return to normal functioning after its use. The parent will be notified as well should their child need any of the emergency medications. Any changes in medication, dose, reason for giving a medication or changes in your child’s health should be reported to the Administrative Director or another adult staff member.
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