Can I visit my child during his/her school day and or help in any way?

CPP encourages parents to be involved in their child’s growth. Feel free to join your child, but we recommend you schedule a time to volunteer with the director. In addition we ask our parents to contribute a minimum of two hours per year in one of the following categories: Phone duty, direct donation, making materials, sewing, spring and fall classroom cleaning, playground cleaning, and gardening.


How do I know what type of activities my child is involved in?

CPP is committed to keeping a high level of communication with all parents. Examples include Monthly Newsletters, the Parent Bulletin Board, Daily Update Charts (for the 2’s), and Weekly Reports for preschoolers. The Monthly Newsletter informs of upcoming events, curriculum updates, and other helpful information. The Parent Bulletin Board posts certificates, recent inspections, menus etc… The Weekly Report will inform of nutritional, educational, social and physical updates for your child.


How will my child be disciplined if necessary?

The rules of the classroom include the teaching of appropriate behavior through fairness and consistency. The children are guided toward appropriate behavior through positive reinforcement, diversion, and/or discussion with the child as to a better way to handle the situation. A caregiver may only use positive methods of discipline and guidance that encourage self-esteem, self-control and self -direction. There will be NO harsh, cruel or unusual treatment at any time.


Does CPP offer Vision and Hearing Screening?

The Vision and Hearing Screening Program, Chapter 36 of the Texas Health and Safety Code, requires that all children enrolled in any public, private, parochial, or denominational school and are 4-years old by September 1st must be screened or have a professional examination for possible vision and hearing problems. CPP provides this at no additional cost.

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