notification days

We make every effort to meet the needs of each child enrolled in our program, and we will communicate and work with parents if there are concerns. However, we recognize that our program may not be the best fit for all children. In these instances, Day One reserves the right to terminate enrollment of a child for any of, but not limited to, the following reasons:

  • Behavior by a child that poses a threat to the safety of him / her self or others; including directly disobeying a staff person.
  • A child’s continual disruptive behavior to the program and its participants and staff.
  • Destruction to the property of the program, school, staff or peers.
  • Disrespectful behavior by a parent to staff, children, or community.
  • Leaving the direct supervision of a staff person without his / her specific permission according to the expectations of the program (7.712.31 A.9).

Disenrollment may also occur if a parent fails to meet their obligations as set forth by Day One including but not limited to:

  • Nonpayment or persistent late payment of fees.
  • Failure to adhere to Health and Human Services regulations and Day One policies, including signing in and out.
  • Disregarding the program’s policies and procedures.                

Filing a complaint

We want to hear from you if you have questions or concerns about the center. We will make every effort to resolve any issues or concerns you have. Should you have a question, comment, concern, or ideas for improvement please speak with a teacher or the Director.

Our staff strives to keep the center within and above licensing regulations. If you need to report a complaint involving a suspected violation at this or any other licensed childcare center, you have the right to report your concerns to the center Director and/or Colorado Office of Child Care Services at 1575 Sherman Street, Denver, CO or call (303) 866-5958.


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