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Year-Round Childcare

The Playroom provides drop-off care for children while parents are on campus (worshiping, prayer group, working out, etc.), running errands or are involved in other off-site or non-church related activities. All Saints members and non-members are able to use the weekday nursery care, and we admit children from the ages of 8 weeks through 5 years old

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Reserve Your Spot in The Playroom

Welcome to the Playroom! We are excited to see your child. Before your child’s first day of attendance in the Playroom, it is necessary for us to have the following for each child:

  1. Completed registration form
  2. Paid one-time registration fee via Vanco
  3. Reservations for semester and/or daily drop-ins
  4. Payment for total reserved days via Vanco
  5. Paperwork as seen below

Pro Tip: We recommend paying for your child/children’s total registration fee(s) + attendance fees for full family at the same time on Vanco.

Step #1: Register

If you have not registered your child for the Playroom in the past, please fill out the following one-time online registration form for each child before making a reservation in Step 2.

Step #2: Reserve

Please make your reservations for each child (full semester or drop-in) using the following form. This allows us to ensure we have the proper number of teachers available. Drop-in RSVPs are required by 9am the morning of. We do not offer refunds or “make-up” days.

Step #3: Pay

Once you make a reservation (semester and/or drop-in), please visit our Vanco page to complete payment for your child’s total one-time registration + ongoing attendance fees. All payments must be paid online through credit card or ACH. We are cash free.

Standard PricingDaily PriceRegistration Fee (Per Child)
Parish Members & Preschool Families$40 / Day$25 One-Time Fee
Others$45 / Day$50 One-Time Fee
Due to technical difficulties, you must complete payment via laptop/desktop. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

If you have any questions about registration, reservation or payment options, please contact Carla Trippi at

Frequently Asked Questions

Late / Cancellation / No Show Fee

A late fee of $20 will be assessed beginning at 1:05 pm and an additional $1 every minute after.

There is a cancellation fee of $10 per child if you do not call and cancel your reservation at least 24 hours in advance. The playroom must receive a cancellation by 9:00 the morning before your reservation. This fee will be collected at your next visit to our nursery. Allowances will be made for sickness or extenuating circumstances.

What To Bring


Pick Up & Drop Off

If your child is attending Morning Sunshine, please walk your child into the Social Hall. We are proud to offer this early morning program which provides quality care for children in a loving and play-based environment. 

Inclement Weather Policy

The Playroom follows DCSS for closures due to inclement weather. If DCSS closes we will close, if DCSS calls a half day then we would close as well. We always try to ensure the safety of our families.

Wellness Policy

In order to ensure a healthy environment for all children in our care, please do not bring your child if he/she exhibits any of the following:

Fever (w/in 72 hrs)Vomiting/nauseaGreen/yellow runny nose
Excessive coughingDiarrheaRunny eyes
Nasal dischargeany communicable diseaseQuestionable rash
Active Blisters

If a child is being treated with an antibiotic, he/she must have received medication for at least 24 hours before returning to the nursery. If your child becomes ill while in the nursery, you will be notified immediately to come pick up your child.

Hand, Foot & Mouth Disease

The policy of the Playroom is to NOT accept children with active blisters. Please understand this is necessary due to the highly contagious nature of the viruses that cause hand, foot and mouth disease.

According to the CDC, “the viruses that cause hand, foot and mouth disease spread easily when an infected person coughs or sneezes and the droplets are inhaled by the people around them. You can get infected by touching a surface that has viruses on it, such as a toy or doorknob, and then touching your eyes, nose or mouth. The viruses can also spread through blister fluid or stool from an infected person. This often occurs when changing a diaper or potty-training… Keep children home until their fever goes away and their sores have healed.” – July 2013

Important Forms

  • Current Certificate of Immunization – Form 3231 for each child
  • Allergy Policy and Waiver – An emergency health care plan is required for each child who has a food allergy
  • An emergency medication form is required for each child who carries emergency medication with them
  • Program License Exemption


May 2024

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  • Playroom closed to children
  • Playroom closed to children