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Which was once known as the Children’s House, and now Buzzing Bees, is a family owned and operated business by Sandy Gulick and her daughter, Vija Sanichar.
Sandy provided care to many families in the local community and surrounding areas, for over 20+years from her home.
Parents, both past and present describe our home as a safe haven, “a home away from home for their child (ren)”. The meals were home cooked and the nurturing was endless.
As the eldest, I spent time after school and summers working alongside my mother.Over the years, I quickly developed a passion and love for children.
Having an exceptional understanding of the inner workings of the child care system and 10 years of professional experience, I decided to expand and establish a company which provides
the highest quality in daycare services, while never losing sight of what really matters, the children.
Our vision is to be a part of a community, where children, their families and teachers work together as one to provide a healthy, safe and nurturing environment. Where a ‘kid can be a kid’ and where learning is fun.
Health & Safety
We are always concerned about the health and happiness of your child. In order to protect all children at Buzzing Bees, we reserve the right to determine when a child is too ill to be in our care. If you feel that your child is not well, we appreciate your decision to keep him/her home, especially if they have an illness that may be contagious. If your child becomes ill while under our care and we determine that he or she should not remain in contact with other children, you will be notified immediately.
If your child has any of the following symptoms, we suggest at-home care for at least 24 hours:
Fever higher than 101°
Combination of diarrhea and vomiting
Unidentifiable rash – Please provide a doctor’s note upon return to Buzzing Bees
Conjunctivitis – Redness or discharge from one or both eyes. Administer medication for at least 24 hours before returning to Buzzing Bees
Sinus infection – Yellow/green discharge from the nose is a sign of infection
Head lice – All nits must be removed before returning to Buzzing Bees