Home   Contact/FAQ

Contact/FAQ

Contact Us Today:

281-394-KIDS (5437) 6734 Westheimer Lakes North Dr. Suite 101 & Suite 102 Katy, Texas 77494
Email Address:  Info@lifetimelearnerskaty.com
Contact Webmaster: Webmaster@lifetimelearnerskaty.com

 

FAQS

About Lifetime Learners Child Development Center

Does Lifetime Learners Child Development Center have Internet viewing available for parents?

We are currently not confident in the security of Internet monitoring. Also, we believe this type of system infringes on the child’s privacy. We are strong believers in providing children and families with confidentiality and privacy. We will investigate integrating a monitoring system into our programs.

Yet, we do welcome parents to observe their children within the classroom at any time. We have placed viewing windows in each classroom for your convenience.  This also leaves our staff plenty of opportunity to observe and monitor classrooms.

How does Lifetime Learners Child Development Center ensure the safety of its students?

Our top priority is keeping our children safe.  All teachers and staff are CPR and First Aid Certified. Our staff is required to undergo training on a regular basis. We have an Emergency Preparedness Plan in place for our school. Fire, evacuation, and natural disaster drills are practiced on a monthly basis. All evacuation routes are displayed in each classroom.

We have the following features to ensure safety:

  • Secured Entry
  • Viewing Windows in Each Classroom
  • Age Appropriate Toys and Materials
  • Active Supervision
  • CPR and First Aid Training
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • FBI Background Checks of all Staff
  • Daily Building Safety Checks
  • Regular Safety Drills
  • Appropriate Child to Staff Ratios
  • There is NO natural gas in this facility

How can I get more information about Lifetime Learners Child Development?
We would love to speak with you about our programs. Give us a call at 281-394-KIDS

Are the teachers screened?

All Lifetime Learners Child Development Center employees are screened prior to employment according to the specific licensing requirements for the state of Texas.

ENROLLMENT INFORMATION

What are your prices?

Contact our school to learn about our rates.

Can you tell me more about Full Time care and Part Time care?

We offer affordable rates for a variety of full time and part time options for families. Contact the school to learn about our programs.

What hours are you open?

Days of Operation

Our school is open Monday through Friday from 6:00am to 7:00pm all year long. We are close in observance of certain holidays.

Can I tour your school locations?

Yes! We will be happy to give you a tour of our school. You can contact our school to arrange a tour.

Lifetime Learners Child Development Center’s Teaching Philosophy:

What is Lifetime Learners Child Development Center’s philosophy of learning and education?

Lifetime Learners Child Development Center’s goal is to prepare its students to not only excel in school, but to also do extremely well in life. We are preparing our students to be great citizens. Our curriculum is tailored to meet each child’s need physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially. We believe all children can learn. At Lifetime Learners Child Development Center we take a special interest in providing an inviting setting that supports the well-rounded lives of children. Our center offers a “hands on” approach to learning in which children from six weeks old to 12 years of age discover, play, and interact with each other within age appropriate classrooms. We foster creativity and encourage children to think for themselves, make decisions, work toward their own solutions, and express their own ideas and feelings. Our teachers embrace the fact that each child is unique and treat each child as an individual with needs and interests that are to be respected and supported through developmentally appropriate activities. We differentiate when teaching and set high expectations for our children. Daily, our young children participate in experiences that promote developmental growth. It is essential for young children to feel successful, learn socialization skills, independence, and form a positive self-image. We have tailored our curriculum specifically for children, taught in a fun, family like setting, nurturing care-giving, and safe environment.

What is Lifetime Learners Child Development Center’s guidance policy?

A caregiver may only use positive methods of discipline and guidance that encourage self-esteem, self-control, and self-direction. Discipline will always be individualized and consistent for each child at our center. We will always discipline to teach children acceptable behavior and self-control. We do not allow any form of corporal punishment or threats of corporal punishment. In addition, any punishment associated with food, naps, or toilet training is also prohibited.

Lifetime Learners Child Development Center’s Classroom Environment

Why don’t Lifetime Learners Child Development Center teachers have desks in their rooms?

We are proud to say that our excellent teachers are always active in the classroom and take a hands-on approach to learning. Our teachers provide a rich learning environment where they are always involved and constantly interacting with the children.

Health & Safety

What if my child takes medication?

All medication must be in its original packing. Medication can only be administered when parents complete the medication form. Please do not leave any medication in your child’s bag. Please help with securing all medications by handing the medication to a member of our management team when you bring your child to school.

What should I do if my child has food allergies?

Your child’s safety is our top priority. If your child has any food allergies please list this information on the child assessment form during registration. Your child will be added to our school allergy list. Our menu is prepared monthly. Parents will receive a new menu in the beginning of each month. Parents must make substitutions when necessary.

What if my child becomes ill during the day?

At the first sign of illness, one of our staff members will contact you. We closely follow the minimum standards licenses regulations of Texas on exclusion of children due to health issues. You will be asked to pick up your child, if he or she has any symptoms that are listed under the minimum standards. We often make courtesy calls or write special notes that let you know how your child is feeling. Courtesy calls and notes also give you an opportunity to contact your child’s doctor, pick up your child a little early, or make alternate plans for care the next day if necessary.

Can my child attend school if he or she is not potty trained?

Yes, this is a developmental stage that all children go through. Our teachers in the toddler and two year old classrooms work as a team with parents to determine when a child is developmentally ready to begin potty training. When children are ready to begin potty training, they are encouraged to regularly attempt to use the toilet or just to try. As a result of your child success with using the potty, you and your child’s teacher will collaborate on when to move from diapers or pull-ups to training pants. You will receive daily communication about each time your child attempted the potty and his or her success of using the potty.

Mealtimes

Why do our Lifetime Learners eat lunch in their classrooms?

We purposefully set up our school in this way. Our teachers and children enjoy eating together. This allows a time of bonding and conversation in a familiar space. In addition, our children learn to practice table manners and feed themselves. We believe that cafeterias are appropriate for older children. Our Lifetime Learners are not rushed to finish meals in order to accommodate another group coming in to a lunchroom. Young children benefit from being able to pace their meals in a relaxed environment.