To ________________________________ and _______________________________
Effective _____________ childcare services for your child(ren):
will be terminated. The following is the cause for termination:
Received by ___________________________________ Date ______________
(Parent/Guardian Signature)TERMINATION OF CARE
Please accept this letter as notice of termination of care for _____________________________________________________.
Care is terminated effective ______________________________.
__ Violation of contract and/or parent handbook.
__ Repeated NSF checks
__ Parent/Provider differences
__ Child behavior
__ Other __________________________________________
As per our contract, a _____ week(s) notice is being given, and last of day care will be ____________________.
I wish you and your family all the best.
~Submitted by Peggy Carty, Tot Spot Childcare====================================================================================================Dear ________,
I regret to inform you that I must terminate our Child Care arrangement. ______ continues to have trouble adjusting to being in daycare. This situation creates stress for me as I donít like seeing my children unhappy and being powerless to do anything about it. It is obviously stressful for _____ and that creates stress for the other children as well. I believe that it would be in the best interests of everyone that you find a situation that will work better for your child.
I am giving you one-month notice effective today. _____ís last day will be _______.
Regards,~Submitted by A Busy Child Daycare==============================================================================================DateDear XXXXXXX:
As you know, I have specifications in our contract for a two-week trial period. This gives you, as parents, as well as myself, an opportunity to see how your child fits into care here at __________________. I am afraid that after this trial period, I will not be able to continue with our contract. This has been a very difficult decision on my part, as I adore _________, but I am not able to provide him with the level of care he needs, as well as the other children in my care concurrently.
I will continue to provide care for ____________ until ___________ so that you may have time to find a provider that will be a better fit for your family. As we are still in the trial period, I will understand if you find care for ____________ sooner than this date. Please let me know if this happens.
In accordance with ____________________ Policies, you are required to pay for my services up to the last day of service stated in the Termination Letter, whether or not your child is present.
It is important to me, as a childcare provider, to provide the same level of care to each individual child that I would provide for my own children. I do not feel this is possible in the current situation. I apologize for any inconvenience, but take these steps out of consideration for what is best for your family as well as mine. I thank you for your time and wish your family all the best.
Respectfully Yours,Parent Signature ____________________________________ Date _____________Provider Signature __________________________________ Date _____________~Submitted by A Busy Child Daycare