As a DCP member and cooperative owner, you will play an active role in your child’s early educational experience and be involved in the decision making processes utilized to operate the cooperative this school year.
This foundational element is a key reason DCP is so unique. In addition to participating in your child’s classroom experiences, your committee and fundraising work will help sustain and grow the preschool.
The following material will help prepare your family for the 21-22 school year at DCP. As you work your way through these items, please feel free to reach out for questions: email@example.com
All students should bring a
4x6 family snapshot for our foyer
Preschoolers will also need two wallet-sized photos (portrait) for attendance.
Play-doh - 4 pack
Napkins - 1 pack
3 oz plastic cups - 1 box
Bubbles - 1 small/medium bottle
Microban - 1 can
Folder for storing work
Washable Markers - 10 count
Crayons - 8 count
Play-doh - 4 pack
Clorox wipes - 1 container
Ziploc bags - 1 box per family:
Last names A - I = sandwich size
Last names J - Q = quart size
Last names R - Z = gallon size
For You- If you are the designated household volunteer/committee member you will need to complete a medical physical and ODJFS Employee Medical Statement for Child Care. (Download Form Below)
For Your Child- This form is based around your child's birthdate. If you attended DCP in the spring and your child has not since had a birthday your form is up to date. If you are a new family and your child has already received their annual/well child exam, contact your physician about completing this form. If your child has a birthday during the summer or early September, you will need to arrange for an annual exam/well child visit by the first day of school and submit to DCP a new ODJFS Child Medical Statement for Child Care (Download Form Below)
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Subsequent payments are required on November 1 and February 1. The amount invoiced is expected to be paid in full on or before the final due...
DCP requires at least 1 parent/guardian per household to serve on a committee. Members who have not completed their selection by this date w...
Please complete this step if you are the designated volunteer/committee member for your household. Your profile must be completed in the Ohi...
Delaware State Park- Dam site shelter area. Join us for a fun filled evening. Pack a picnic or order a pizza through DCP. Your child will me...
If you choose not to complete your BCI and FBI background check on Monday, Aug. 30th, at the Meet the Teacher Picnic, you can complete the process by following these steps:
Visit DCP and enjoy a little one on one time with your child(ren) in the preschool room with Ms. Sarah & Ms. Mindy and/or the toddler time c...
Please complete this step if you are the designated volunteer/committee member for your household. In order to submit this request, you must...
At least 1 parent/guardian per household must attend. The September GMM will be held in the DCP school parking lot at 6:30PM (weather permit...
Once you have been notified by Ohio Professional Registry (OPR) that your background check results are available, log into your OCCRRA accou...
DCP requires at least 1 parent/guardian per household to serve as an in-class volunteer. Members who have not completed their volunteer sche...
Please bring all school supplies on the first day your child(ren) attend class.
If you choose not to complete your BCI and FBI background check on Monday, Aug. 30th at the Meet the Teacher Picnic you can complete the process by following these steps:
Please go to an authorized WebCheck agency to submit your fingerprints for both BCI and FBI background checks.
When speaking to the WebCheck agent, inform them you are a child care owner. Use code 5104.013 An Employee, Owner, Licensee, Administrator, or Person Residing in a Type A or B Home, or an In-Home Aide. Request the WebCheck Agent choose “Child Care Center Type A/ODJFS” from their Direct Copy List.
(The electronic results will be delivered directly to ODJFS.)
Complete the fingerprint process as directed by the WebCheck agent.