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The Play Center has limited space and is intended for families to have a place to leave their children while they work out. There is a Special Circumstance Form available at the Play Center that allow for temporary child check in and out for "non-parents" when necessary. Please see Play Center Supervisor for more information.
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The schedule of the Play Center has always been based on the most popular Fitness class schedules for parents of children ages infant through 5 years, as well as allowing for the normal times when parents are meeting their school children after school and young children are taking naps.
Some 6 year old children have a very different energy level than is safe to be around the infants and toddlers. They are bigger, move faster, and have more energy to be active.
We did test out having 6 year-olds in when we first opened the Play Center, but found it to be boring for them and unsafe for the younger children.
There are other things 6 year-olds are able to do while you work out, just ask the front desk for options.
The parent or guardian who signs the child in is the only person allowed to take the child out. If both parents are able to pick up the child, both parents need to be on the sign in sheet.
There is a Special Circumstance Form available and is addressed on a case by case basis. Please see Play Center Supervisor for more information.
We allow 10 minutes for you to get to and from your class without charge. If you are over the 10 minutes, we charge you for another half hour.
The Play Center staff is made up of trained childcare professionals certified in Pediatric CPR and First Aid.
Parents are welcome to help their child get settled, but after a few minutes it's really best for the parent to leave.
The Play Center has an illness policy, which requires that parents keep their child out of the Play Center if they have any contagious illness.
We discourage children from bringing in their own toys as this causes many problems. The Play Center has many age appropriate toys available for all the children to use.
No. The Play Center is not a licensed day care and for liability reasons we need to be able to contact a parent on the premises in case of an emergency.
The Play Center staff is very experienced with helping ease the separation and will work with you to make your child feel comfortable as soon as possible. We are able to page the parent if the child is not calming down after a reasonable amount of time.