Fees subject to change
Unfortunately, with increases to minimum wage and other rising costs Santa Rosa Rise and Shine will be raising rates. The increase will affect most fees.
This increase does not affect currently enrolled families unless there is a schedule change.
Tuition is based on enrollment and not on attendance.
This means payment is due in full according to contract, regardless of days in attendance and/or services provided, including sick, holidays and vacations.
Tuesday-Friday (Mondays are not currently being offered)
Monday-Friday 6:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. (not currently offered).
These fees guarantee your child's space and are non-refundable.
This one-time only fee is required after your child has been accepted into our program.
This is an annual fee and is pro-rated based on first day of attendance and due every August thereafter.
This fee is associated with insurance, enrollment process, client file, supplies necessary for newly enrolled child and reserving available space if required.
This fee is also associated with our staff retention program to ensure continuity and stability for your child.
This fee guarantees continuous enrollment until the day before your child's second birthday.
Refer to Handbook for additional fees that may apply
Per minute for anytime prior to 8:30 a.m.
Per minute for anytime after 4:30 p.m.
After two returned checks future payments must be made in cash.
For extra days not already contracted for and if space/staffing permits.
Santa Rosa Rise and Shine Child Care Center accepts many forms of payment.
Some of the following options include:
If your need is not listed please inquire.
State Funding for child care is available.
If circumstances do not allow you to cover the costs of daycare in Santa Rosa, you may be eligible for state funding.
Santa Rosa Rise and Shine Child Center understand times can get tough and paying for childcare on top of your existing expenses can be difficult.
Our goal is to connect you with resources so you can aleviate the financial stressors of paying for child care and enroll your child in safe and nurturing environment of your choosing.
If you are a low-income or single parent, you may qualify for one of the seven subsidized childcare programs offered. If you have received a CalWORKs cash grant, are unemployed, or fit into the required income brackets, you may qualify. More information can be found at their website.
Sonoma Works is a part of 4C's and accepts applications for help with childcare. In order to apply, you will need to determine if you are eligible and complete an application. More information can be found at their website.
River to Coast offers a number of resources and subsidized options. This program is appropriate for parents who are in school, are looking for work, or who have low income. More information can be found at their website.
No Refund or Partial Refund of fees