What are the hours? Each class is in session from 9am - 1pm.
Does my child need to bring a lunch? Yes. We provide a snack, but your child should bring a lunch each day.
How often do the children go outside? They will go outside every day as the weather permits. Please bring hats and coats for cooler days.
Does my child need to be potty trained, and where are the bathrooms located? Your child needs to be fully trained by the age of 4. Teachers will assist the children as needed and will try to work with your potty training methods. Bathrooms are located in each classroom, and children are often encouraged to go in order to prevent accidents.
How do I pay tuition? Tuition can be handed directly to the director or placed in the box at her office. Checks should have the child's name in the memo line. Cash can be placed in an envelope with the child's name on the outside.
Do you have a drop-off? Parents should walk their child to class in the mornings and come to the room to pick them up at the end of the day.
Can I visit for lunch? Yes. e ask that you call ahead. We do welcome parents dropping in; however, please be mindful that dropping in usually causes children to be highly excited.
What is your curriculum? Our main goal is to teach/expose the children to a letter a week and a Bible Story, color, number and shape each month. The children will do at least one craft a day with calendar and group time each day. The children are encouraged to clean up after themselves and act independently.
What if my child is sick? We ask that you keep your child at home, if he or she is sick during the night or in the morning with vomiting, diarrhea, or a rash. We also ask that your child be fever and diarrhea free for 24 hours before returning to school. For the safety of your child and other classmates, please err on the side of caution when sending your child back to school after an illness.