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Old 09-21-2010, 07:57 AM
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I think I would begin looking for someone to take full time, since that's what you wanted in the beginning, then either modify their rate & keep them before and after school or terminate them altogether. If they balk at the rate, just tell them that you are actively looking to fill the spots in the time that their children will not be there, and when you find someone you will let them know, and adjust their rate at that time. I would also let them know that, since you will be filling the spots, that you won't be available to take their children when school is out. Don't be surprised if they opt to look for other care, which may be best in the long run, since it doesn't sound like they are a good fit for you anyway.
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