School Policies

Action Day School operates on a non-discriminatory basis. Each child is respected as an individual without regard to race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry. Special needs children will be admitted on an individual basis.

Parents are required to sign their children in and out every day through the SmartCare app. Parents need to accompany their children to the class upon arrival.

Overtime charges will be assessed for each 15 minutes, or portion thereof, after 12:00 p.m. for preschool session and 6:00 p.m. for full day.

Children coming to Action Day Primary Plus Schools must be in good health.

Parents must notify the school upon registration if their child has any health or allergy conditions.
All children must have been immunized against childhood diseases that are required by California state law.
When children are ill, they cannot attend our schools. If your child becomes ill during the day, you will be notified promptly. If needed, you may also need to make arrangements to pick up your child from the school. If your child is sent home sick, he or she cannot return to the center for at least 24 hours.
Upon registration, parents must indicate an emergency telephone number and/or contact in cases such as these.

We know there are times when your child may need medication during the day. However, please note that we can only administer dated, labeled, and prescribed medication or physician-approved pharmacy-labeled over-the-counter medications in the original bottle when a doctor’s note is on file. We CANNOT accept or administer any medication in a child’s bottle. All medications should be returned to the parent daily or disposed of when no longer needed by the child.

We request that you complete a Medicine Authorization Slip the morning of each day that your child requires medicine.

You are welcome to visit at any time! However, when you plan to visit one of the sites, please sign-in at the office. We require that you bring your child into the school and sign him or her in each morning and sign-out at the end of each day.

If a child is exhibiting any of the following symptoms, they may not stay at school. They will be allowed to return once they are symptom free for 24 hours and will be required to provide a doctor’s note OR proof that they have tested negative for COVID 19.
  • Temperature of 100 or higher
  • Nausea, Vomiting or Diarrhea
  • Chills
  • Cough
  • Muscle or Body aches
  • Headaches
  • Loss of smell or taste
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Sore throat
  • Fatigue
  • Two or more cold symptoms

Please note:
  • If a child experiences any symptoms of illness while in our care, they will be isolated and parents will be contacted to make arrangements to pick the child up as soon as possible. Please remember isolation is a temporary situation and the child must be picked up as soon as possible.
  • When children are at school, they should be able to participate fully in the program, including going outdoors.
  • In order to give children prescription medications, we must have all of the medicine forms completed. Please check the medicine list and medicine pass each day. Be sure to bring the medication (dated for the current illness) in its original container with the child’s name and dosage information on it. All information on the prescription and the school forms must be consistent in order for the child’s medication to be administered.
Failure to comply with the Sick Child Policy may result in termination from the program.
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