Parent Responsibilities

When you register for our program, it is your responsibility to read the information we have posted here regarding our policies and fees. For instance, under "Fee Information", there is information about costs you may incur other than the daily fees. This information has been assembled to give you one place to get your questions answered about our program. If you have a question that you do not see addressed, please call our office at 218-333-3284 or email us at

Other responsibilities:
  • You must notify us if your child will be absent or will need to attend an additional day.  If your child doesn't come to Kids & Company and you have not told us about this, we look for them, contacting the school secretary first.  We may need to contact transportation, your child's teacher, or other emergency contacts.  If we did not check on your child, they could go home to a locked house or worse.  Please help us ensure your child's safety with this notification.  As an added incentive, we charge a small "finder's fee" if your forget.  Phone numbers and email addresses are listed under Contact Information at left.
  • If your child doesn't need to attend anymore, contact us in writing.  We have no way of knowing he/she is done unless you tell us, so you will continue to be billed.
  • Let us know if any of your personal information such as addresses and phone numbers have changed.
  • Parents/guardians are required to keep accounts current.  If an account falls behind two billing cycles, Kids & Co. has the right to terminate a child's registration for the program and they will no longer be allowed to attend. Call our office if you have billing questions.
  • We ask that you support our policies and requests.  For instance, hitting back is just as wrong as hitting. The best thing you can do is encourage your child to tell us if something happens.  We cannot see everything, and we cannot prevent anything from happening again if we don't know to watch for it.  We also ask that you talk to us about a problem, not the other child.