Allergy Guidelines & Procedures
If your child has a food allergy please make the Director aware as soon as possible. Our desire is to keep your child safe. Our goal is to help children feel included in every single aspect of their preschool day. We believe the best possible way to do that is by having a strong partnership between parent and school.
We rely on you, the parent or primary caregiver, to take the initiative and responsibility to instruct the preschool staff on how and what your child might need.
Additional Forms for Allergies
Because we are a licensed facility, please complete these additional forms:
- Food Allergy Action Plan: This form helps the preschool staff know what n.to look for and how to reach you.
- Authorization of Dispensing Medications to Children: Should there be a need for the school to have medications onsite this form helps the preschool staff know how and when to provide special care to your child.
- Snack is a normal part of the preschool day. You will need to provide a safe snack for your child. The teachers will be sure to seat the child away from any offending snack. We suggest that a special snack that would work for party days for your child is kept at the preschool.
Inclement Weather Policy
Our church and school policy are if Blue Valley School District closes or has a late arrival for reasons due to weather, then Awesome Kids Preschool will be closed.
Download classroom CALENDARS below:
3 Year Olds (Friendly Frogs & Eager Elephants)
4 Year Olds (Brave Bears & Mighty Monkeys)
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- Children’s Sleep Guide from the National Sleep Foundation
- Extensive Guide to Babyproofing Your Home by Sarah Archer
- The Five Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell
- Grandparenting with Love & Logic by Jim Fay and Dr. Foster Cline
- Is This A Phase? by Helen Neville
- Love and Logic: Magic for Early Childhood by Jim and Charles Fay
- The Mister Rogers Parenting Book by Fred Rogers
- Sophie and Sam: When to Say “Yes” and When to Say “No” by Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend
- There’s Got To Be A Better Way: Discipline That Works by Dr. Becky Bailey
- Taking Back CHILDHOOD by Nancy Carlsson – Paige, Ed.D.
- SOS! Help for Parents
- It’s OK to GO UP the SLIDE by Heather Shumaker
- Lisa Murphy on PLAY by Lisa Murphy
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- It’s Not Supposed To Be This Way by Lysa TerKeurst
- As Silver Refined by Kay Arthur
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