How to enroll: To enroll your child, telephone Northwoods Child Development Center at 715-419-PLAY (7529) to set up an appointment date/time.
A Parent/Family interview, orientation and tour will be conducted before enrollment. Enrollment forms need to be completed prior to your child’s start date. These forms and others will be reviewed along with Northwoods Child Development Center policies.
Orientation includes but is not limited to review of Center policies, community resources, developmental screenings, and attendance procedures. Centers Policies are also available to parents in the front entrance foyer, each classroom and the office for your review.
The following forms must be turned in for your child’s first day of enrollment:
- Northwoods Child Development Center Enrollment Contract
- Health History and Emergency Care Plan
- Child Care Enrollment Form
- Intake For Child Under 2 Years- Child Care Center
- School-Age Agreement (applicable to school age children riding the School District bus to and/or from school only)
- CACFP Enrollment Meal Plan Notification and Household Size Income Statement
- Field Trip Authorization
The following forms must be turned in within 30 days of enrollment:
- Child Health Report-Child Care Centers
- Day Care Immunization Record
Non-Discrimination Policy: Northwoods Child Development Center does not discriminate in employment or enrollment against any employee, child and family or any applicant for enrollment/employment in admission, privilege of enrollment, or discharge condition on the basis of age, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, creed, disability, national origin or ancestry.
Americans with Disabilities Act: The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) prohibits discrimination and ensures equal opportunities for persons with disabilities in employment, state and local government services, public accommodations, commercial facilities and transportation.
Cultural Diversity We follow the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) statement -”The nation’s children all deserve an early childhood education that is responsive to their families, communities, and racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds. For young children to develop and learn optimally, the early childhood professional must be prepared to meet their diverse developmental, cultural, linguistic, and educational needs.”