When the provider determines that it is in the best interest of a child to terminate child care, the provider will provide the parents with a written 30 day notice and a final statement of monies due. Provider will also supply parents with resources for child care referrals.
In the event that the provider decides to terminate the child care relationship due to repeated contract violations, by the parent or legal guardian,
or in the case of the extreme behavior policies stated in the contract, the provider reserves the legal right to terminate the child care relationship without notice. To avoid the unfortunate situation from occurring, parents and legal guardians are required to thoroughly read the entire child care contract. Parents and legal guardians are required to ask for a detailed explanation of any child care rules and regulations they do not clearly understand prior to enrolling the child in the child care.