I have to pay to hold her spot on days she doesn't go but I get 2 weeks a year that I don't have to pay (vacation).
If my daycare closes early for the day (dentist appt) should I have to pay for the whole day?
Answer by meooma at 9:01 AM on Apr. 29, 2011
You shouldn't have to, but it is what it is. We also had to pay 5 weeks to hold spot before DD started. Is it an in-home licensed daycare or public facility? If it's in home, you can probably negotiate.
Answer by yesmaam at 9:02 AM on Apr. 29, 2011
Answer by MamaJane at 9:02 AM on Apr. 29, 2011
I just want to point out that you get 2 vacation weeks from paying daycare. Also, most likely at your job, you have paid leave time. Your daycare workers deserve the same.
Now closing for a dentist appointment seems small and very inconvenient for the parents. But that is why I like my DCP, there is always someone around to cover for someone else, so they only close for holidays, and I do pay on those days as well.
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