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Youve heard this before: reputation precedes service. Same hold true here for a childrens club. As many interests out there are there are kids, theres a club fitting that interest to the letter. Before you set down your deposit and commit to a contract, o a little legwork, first.
Ask parents for referrals of clubs, tutors or services that cater to kids. Are the kids happy with the product and organization? Do they look as if theyre having a fun time? Ask the parents do their children learn anything or do they look forward to returning to the club?
When at the club of the childs choice, ask the director if they child can get a free 2 day trial. Also ask the director if that club has ever had bay days and when they do, how are they handled? And, ask of the director how high or low is the turnover, if theres a waiting list to enroll, if both of these exist? Chances are, if theres a wait list to enroll, the club is fantastic for its price; conversely, if the turnovers quite high, you might want to seek out that clubs competition.
Lastly, cleanliness is indeed next to godliness. This is a must for all parents inquiring of an extracurricular activity for their child. Is the policy that, if a child is sick, they must stay homeand when deemed medically clear, a doctors note must come with that child to reinstate participation? Check to see if the facilities are routinely well kept, if health codes are stringently followed and if actual housekeeping are seen working in the premises.