October – Meal form applications due every October, parents with children enrolled at our centers are required to complete each document. This helps Plaza provide nutritious meals to all students enrolled at our centers.
For Infant – Parents are required to submit updated immunization reports after their child receives them to ensure all children are properly vaccinated according to the regulations of the State of California.
Physician’s Reports – Parents are required to submit the most updated physician’s report, also known as physical. Physicals are annual, to be completed every year.
If you need to make a change to your contracted hours please contact your enrollment specialist or you can use the link Here.
If you would like to update the emergency information we have on file please fill out the Emergency and Identification Information form.
Frequently asked questions
This varies for each family as documents required may change based of individual family circumstances. Some families have been able to complete in as little as a few days’ other have taken almost a full month. The process will depend on how quickly you are able to collect all required documentation.
This varies for each family; some may not have any fees. Family fees are based off of family size and income, using the Family Monthly Fee Schedule determined by the California Department of Education and the California Department of Social Services
Family Fee Schedule – CDE ONLY
Hours of care are based family need. All centers are open from 6:30 am to 6:00 pm and hours of operation vary between Family Child Care Providers.
Our Family Child Care Providers work out of their own home and are licensed, while our centers are more of a school structure. Both provide early education for students, providing a schedule of activities for the day and provider nutritious meals.
All Family Child Care Providers that are contracted with us are licensed by the State of California and need to adhere to our standards in order to be partnered with us. Each Family Child Care Provider is assigned a Child Development Specialist who is required to visit each provider at least once every month, both announced and unannounced visits, to ensure the safety of all children. Our Child Development Specialist work with providers to provide quality early education and to assist with maintaining a clean, safe and educational environment for each child.