Kids Court

Our goal at the Kids Court is to provide a warm and loving environment in which your child can participate in many varied activities while you, the parent, enjoy our club’s many amenities. In order to foster a positive self-concept, each child is encouraged to explore the environment at his/her own pace. The use of positive reinforcement is used to create an accepting and non-threatening environment. Parents are also given several opportunities to participate in special activities going on in the Kid’s Court. Please look for flyers and our club newsletter for more information on th

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Hours of Operation
Sunday - Monday | Closed
Tuesday - Friday | 8:30 AM - 1 PM
Friday | 6 PM - 9 PM
Saturday | 9 AM - 2 PM | 6 PM - 9 PM

Age Requirements
The Fair Oaks Kids Court accepts children that are potty trained from the age of 2 - 12 years.

The Kids Court fee will be charged to your member account.

Kids Court Drop-In Care Pricing
$10 | First child
$6 | Second Child
$4 | Any Additional Children

How to Get started in the Kids Court
Please come by and fill out an updated medical form and release form for each of your children. In addition, the Kids Court Parent Handbook needs to be completed.

Call-Ahead Reservation
Due to high attendance, we ask Members to call ahead to make a reservation. This will ensure your child’s spot and that our staff stays within the state ratio codes. If there is no reservation and the kid’s club has reached its maximum staff-to-child ratio, you may have to wait until we are able to accept your child/children. For a Friday evening reservation, we ask that you contact Kids Court by 9 PM Thursday. Because of high demand, we will only be able to hold your scheduled reservation for 30 minutes and if you do not call to cancel you will be charged. You may make reservations up to a week in advance.

Kids Court is not allowed to change diapers. If your child needs to be changed, we will contact you via the phone number on sign in sheet and allow you 15 min to come change your child.

The Parents on Premises Provision 

The Kids' Club operates under the babysitting provisions of the Texas Administrative Code §42.04.1. This is also called the Parents on Premises Provision. This Texas provision states that parents must be engaged in an elective activity on the property. We are not designed to be a drop-off child care. This provision also states that a child may only use the babysitting service for a maximum of 4.5 hours per day, and no more than 12 total hours per week. 

*Kids Court is not a licensed childcare facility and parents must remain on Club premises at all times. © Invited USA, Inc. All rights reserved. 

Health and Illness

With the help of the Minimum Standards and Guidelines for Child Daycare Centers, we have developed specific guidelines to help us make decisions concerning the health of the children. Our goal is to help control the spread of infectious diseases while maintaining a healthier environment for your child. Your child will be sent home or will not be admitted for care if they have the following: - A child must be fever-free for 24 hours. - Symptoms of diarrhea - Receiving illness medication. (If your child is taking illness medication, he/she is considered ill.) - Runny nose with color discharge. (Clear discharge is acceptable) If symptoms start during the day the parents will be notified immediately. For children’s comfort and to reduce the risk of contagion, parents must pick the child up immediately after being notified. If one parent is not available, then the other parent will be notified. If either parent is unavailable, then the emergency contact will be called. If a child has a re-occurring medical problem such as asthma or severe allergies, parents must let the Kids Court know. The Fair Oaks Kids Court cannot, under any circumstances administer or distribute any medication. Nor can medication be left with the Fair Oaks Kids Court staff.