School Policy: Useful Facts
This page is a glossary of terms detailing the organizational structure and various other facts relating to Goomer Academy.
Once you are ready to enroll your child with us, please set up an appointment so we can best assist you. We will be glad to take the time to inform you about everything you need to know, including the relevant paperwork. You can make an appointment over the phone at +1 408 270 2000 or by filling out our contact form. We always appreciate your visit!
Little children often get sick. You should keep your child at home throughout the duration of the illness so as to expedite the healing process and avoid getting the other children sick. When your child is ready to return to day care, we would appreciate a note from their doctor indicating that they are free from contagions.
Parents are always welcome to visit their children at the school and may do so at any time during the day.
The School will meet the child’s nutritional needs for the part of the day which he/she spends at the School by providing a morning snack, a well-balanced lunch, and a nutritious afternoon snack as per their schedules. All meals are prepared and catered to our school. The school menu will be posted at the beginning of each month and will be available for parents. All meals served at Goomer Academy are in compliance with all current and federal and state regulations.
We understand many children have dietary restrictions due to allergies, religious beliefs and/or personal preferences. Should you wish to limit or forbid certain food items for any reason, please notify us beforehand and we will ensure that no offensive food item is served to your child.
Role of Community Care Licensing
The Department of Licensing shall have the authority to interview children or staff and to inspect and audit children or facility records relating to the operation of the facility. The department of licensing agency shall have the authority to observe the physical condition of the children including conditions, which could indicate abuse or neglect and to have a licensed medical professional physically examine the child.