Thank you for visiting!
We are located at:
2424 Bomar Road
Douglasville, GA 30135
Our phone number is;
Our e-mail is:
Our hours are:
Monday - Friday, 6:00 am - 6:30 pm
Learning Center Daycare info.
fill out the following packet and bring to Cornerstone
Early Learning Center.
Tuition is due
Friday for the upcoming week.
Registration Enrollment fee for Daycare
When school is closed, regular
Family Discount applied to
full time only
(90 day enrollment exception)
1, 2, and 3 year olds due September 15th.
4 year olds and summer camp due June 1st.
An immunization certificate (Ga. Dept. of Human
Resources Form# 3231) is due within 30 days of child
Please also refer to our rules and
Late pick up fees of $5.00 per child after 6:30 pm until
6:45 pm. After 6:45pm, $1.00 per minute per child. All
accounts with a balance as of Tuesday 8:30 am will be
charged a $5.00 late payment charge. A fee of $25.00
will be charged on all returned checks. After the 2nd
returned check, payment will be on a cash only basis.
Registration fee is non refundable, with the exception
of infants. Full time enrollment must occur within 2
weeks or registration fee will be forfeited.
Vacation weeks may be taken at the parent's discretion
with prior notice if the child is not present in the
center during the week, Monday-Friday. Each child who is
enrolled on or before June 30th will receive 2 free
vacation weeks per January-December. Free weeks can not
be used in first 90 days of enrollment. A child who is
enrolled after June 30th will receive one free week
during that year.
Cornerstone regular Holiday hours are as
follows, please check on the
Cornerstone Calendar for any variation.
On New Years Eve, we close at 3:00pm
We are closed on New Years Day, Memorial Day, July 4th,
Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Day after Thanksgiving,
Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.
Fees for the week f a holiday remain the same.
Young children need
healthy meals to learn. This letter is intended for
parents or guardians of children enrolled at either a
child care center or a family day care home. Cornerstone
Early Learning Center offers healthy meals to all
enrolled children as part of our participation in the
U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Child and Adult
Care Food Program (CACFP). The CACFP provides
reimbursements of the CACFP by completing the attached
Income Eligibility Statement form. In addition, by
filling out this form, we will be able to determine if
your child (ren) qualifies for free or reduced price
meals. Below are answers to common questions about the
1. Do I need to fill out an IES form for each
child in day care? Yes. Complete and submit one
IES form for each child in your household that is
enrolled in a day care center or family day care home.
We cannot approve a form that is not complete, so be
sure to read the instructions carefully and fill out all
required information. Return the completed form
to: Cornerstone Early Learning 2424 Bomar Road
Douglasville 6a.30135 770-489-8068
2. Who can get reduced price meals?
Your children can get low cost meals if your household
income is within the reduced price limits on the Federal
Income Chart, should on this application.
3. May I fill put a form if someone in my
household is not a U.S. Citizen? Yes. You or
your children do not have to be U.S. citizens to qualify
for meal benefits offered at the center or day care
4. Who should I include as members of household?
You must include all people in your
household, related or not (such as grandparents, other
relatives, or friends who live with you). You must
include yourself and all children who live with you.
5. How do I report income information and
changes in employment status? The income you
report must be the total gross income listed by source
for each household member received last month. If last
month's income does not accurately reflect your
circumstances, you may provide a projection of your
monthly income. If no significant change has occurred,
you may use last month's income as a basis to make this
projection. If you household's income is equal to or
less than the amounts indicated for your household's
size on the attached Income Chart, the family day care
home or center will receive a higher level of
reimbursement. Once properly approved for free or
reduced price benefits, whether through income or proof
of benefits as supported by a current Food Stamp,
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) or Food
Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) case
number, you will remain eligible for those benefits for
a period not to exceed 12 months.
If your children qualify for free or reduced
price meals, they may also be able to get free or low
cost health insurance through Medicaid or the State
Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). Children
with health insurance are more likely to get regular
health care and are less likely to become sick.
Because health insurance is so important to children's
well-being, the law allows us to tell Medicaid and SCHIP
that your children are eligible for free or reduced
price meals, unless you tell us not to. Medicaid and
SCHIP only use the information to identify children who
may be eligible for their programs. Program officials
may contact you to offer to enroll your children in this
health insurance program. Filling out the CACFP Meal
Benefit Income Eligibility Forms does not automatically
enroll your children in health insurance.
If you do not want us to share your information with
Medicaid or SCHIP, fill out the form in the