Frequently Asked Questions
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To attend, the child must be three years old by September 15th of the first school year in which he/she will attend. The child should be fully toilet trained.
Parents must have all enrollment forms completed before the child will be allowed to begin school. Parents will be asked to complete the following:
- Enrollment Form
- Directory Information
- Release Form: Picture, Travel, and Directory
- Physical Assessment and Health
- Record of Immunizations
Full and part-time openings are determined by a student/teacher ratio of 8:1 and the number of students permitted by the school's operating license. Enrollment is determined by the following priorities:
- Students currently enrolled have first priority for successive enrollment.
- Siblings of students currently enrolled have second priority for enrollment.
- Children registered for enrollment have third priority and will be admitted on a first-come basis according to the date of completed registration. When full or part-time openings occur during the school year, enrollment for those positions is determined by the following priorities:
- Students currently enrolled in the school who wish to change their attendance hours have first priority.
- Children registered for enrollment but were denied admittance and placed on a waiting list have second priority for enrollment.
Nutritious and simple snacks are best. High sugar foods and highly processed foods are not recommended. Click here for Snack Guidelines.
Every child needs to have a "school bag." This is a convenient container for notes from home, show and tell items, change of clothes, etc. We are encouraging independence so we request bags with no zippers and smaller size to accommodate this independence.
A child should not bring money, toys, food, or other items unnecessary for school activities, snack day, or show and tell to school without checking with the teacher.