Is your center licensed?

Yes. Busy Bee Childcare is licensed by the EEC Department of Early Education.

What do I need to have with my child, daily?

Infants – individually made bottles (always pack one extra), any food your infant may have throughout the day, and a binky if needed. Supply for the week: diapers, wipes, diaper ointment, change of clothes, bibs, and sleep sack.

Toddlers – breakfast (if needed), morning snack, lunch, afternoon snack, binky if needed. Supply for the week: diapers, wipes, diaper ointment, change of clothes, and bedding.

Preschoolers – breakfast (if needed), morning snack, lunch and drink, afternoon snack. Supply for the week: change of clothes and sleeping bag.

What are your center’s Staff to Child ratios?

Our Infant classrooms are 1:3

Our Toddler classrooms are 1:4

Our Preschool/Pre-K classrooms are: 1:10

*We also always have extra staff within the building to provide added assistance in the classrooms. We do not use substitute teachers in our classrooms that are not employed by Busy Bee.

How do you keep the spread of infectious disease at a minimum?

We have strict infectious control policies. Our staff is qualified to assess children and determine whether or not they should or should not be at the center. Busy Bee goes above and beyond with our daily cleaning. We do all of our own cleaning to ensure proper methods and sanitizing
procedures are followed. We teach good hygiene, proper hand washing, and oral health daily.

Are you open during the summer?

Yes, our programs are available year-round to provide schedule consistency, maintain academic proficiency, and sustain social skills. Our summer schedule typically runs from the last week of June to the last week in August.

Can we change our schedule for the summer?

Yes, you do have the option to increase/decrease the number of days your child(ren) attend during our summer schedule.

What do I need to have my child start at Busy Bee?

Completed registration form with registration fee, first and last week’s tuition, completed student packet with current physical and immunizations. If your child has an allergy or special healthcare needs, more paperwork from your pediatrician is required.

How do I register my child?

We invite you to schedule a tour with one of our highly trained directors. You must schedule a tour prior to signing your child(ren) up.

This tour includes: visiting our classrooms and playgrounds and speaking with the director about the program.

The tour will provide an opportunity to:

  • Discuss the curriculum
  • Address your child’s individual needs
  • Meet our highly trained teachers
  • Answer any questions you may have
  • Address availability and start date

After the visit you may reserve a spot for your child by filling out our registration form and providing a non refundable $75 registration fee. We will then provide you with the necessary forms to be completed and returned at your personal intake meeting.