Parents' Corner

We are very excited that you chose Tree House Hollow for your child’s preschool experience.

Whether participating in our Co-op option or not, we hope to be a source of inspiration and support during these wonderful, joyful, and sometimes challenging years.

New Parent Checklist

Read Our Handbook

Please take some time to read and understand our handbook, which contains important policies, practices and some fun insights about what makes us tick!

Setup Reminders and Calendar Subscription

Setup a monthly reminder to log Family Participation hours and subscribe to our official calendar.

Obtain Health Assessment & Immunization

A current medical assessment by the child’s health care provider is required. This will include an evaluation of Immunization Requirements.

If it is determined that your child is not up to date on any immunizations your health care provider must provide a timeline for meeting the requirements. As per licensing regulations, your child will not be allowed to attend until this paperwork is complete.

Download and Complete Forms

Please bring the completed forms with you to Tree House Hollow.

Child’s Preadmission Health History

Consent for Emergency Medical Treatment

ID and Emergency Information

Parent’s Rights

Personal Rights

Physician’s Report

Add Emergency Contact Information to Your Phones

Redwood Physical Address: 565 Watertrough Road, Sebastopol, CA, 95472

Creekside Physical Address: 700 Watertrough Road, Sebastopol, CA 95472 (back of Apple Blossom Elementary School)

Classroom Phone: Please obtain from staff onsite

Alternate Contact Number (Director’s Personal Cell): Please obtain from staff onsite

Apple Blossom School: (707) 823-1041

Mailing Address: 700 Watertrough Road, Sebastopol, CA, 95472

Prepare Comfort Pack in Case of Emergency

In case of emergency where it is necessary to evacuate our classroom we will relocate to the Apple Blossom Campus

As required we participate in monthly fire / evacuation drills and keep supplies of food and water on hand for emergency situations.

We ask all families to provide a "Comfort Pack" at the beginning of the school year. It should include:

  • Picture of your family and a comforting note
  • Small soft toy or comfort item
  • Drink and snack
  • It must all fit into a gallon size bag.