Toys & Home Items
Shugah Baybees child daycare center encourages family participation and keeps parents informed with daily progress reports and pictures. Toys and items from home can serve as a distraction and are discouraged in most scenarios. SBCDC provides daily supplies for your child’s play and learning.
Shugah Baybees currently only serves a healthy AM & PM snack for all students over 2 years old. Our families are expected to pack a healthy lunch for their child attending Shugah Baybees.
No packaged or processed foods.
No snacks or treats over 9 grams of sugar
New Year's Day
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Indigenous People Day
Summer Break (Last week Of August into September)
Thanksgiving Day & Day After Thanksgiving
Winter Break (End Of December into the New Year)
Events & Holiday Celebrations
Four times a year Shugah Baybees CDC welcomes our families into the daycare for our annual:
End Of The Year BBQ (August)
Harvest BBQ (October)
Giving Thanks Dinner (November)
Holiday Pot Luck (December)
Parent Reports & Conferences
Shuga Baybees prepares a progress report for each child during the fall and spring seasons. The report includes an assessment of your child’s progress in the following areas:
Personal, Emotional, and Social Development
Language and Verbal Skills
Math, Counting, and Naming Shapes
Large and Small Muscle Coordination
SBCDC staff is available to answer any questions regarding your child's progress.
Parents can also track daily progress of their child via Brightwheel
We celebrate each Shugah Baybee’s birthday. Parents are responsible for bringing the party supplies. Typical supplies include cake, ice cream, party hats and favors. Birthday celebrations usually take place after 4pm.
In addition to daily playground activities including school gardening, parks and short walks, we visit museums, art exhibits, plays and other child-centered educational venues. All field trips will require consent forms and may require additional costs to cover travel and admission.
“I am forever thankful to Shugah Baybees.”