Q: How does admissions work at The Village?
A: Any child age six weeks to twelve years is eligible for enrollment. Children are enrolled on a first come, first serve basis depending on the availability and the date of the application for service. Required forms should be completed and returned to our office. If an opening is not immediately available, the family will be placed on the waiting list and notified when a slot is available. Parents or guardians are encouraged to tour the center and talk with the Lead Teacher about their program. Children with special needs are accepted into the program at the discretion of the Center Director.
Q: What are the enrollment requirements?
A:The parent/guardian of the child must provide the listed requirements and completed forms before the enrollment process begins. Not some listed items may not apply* or may only be applicable to Military Only**
- Enrollment Application
- Birth Certificate
- Child's Social Security Card
- Emergency Info Form
- Student Medical Report
- Immunization +
- Tuition Agreement
- Childcare Food Program
- Transportation Agreement*
- Emergency Medical Form
- Registration Fee
- Assessment Permission
- Most recent LES **
- 1st Week Tuition Prepaid
Q: Parent/Guardian ID?
A: Parents/Guardians will be provided with a Village Photo Identification Card. To pick up your child from the center, this card must be shown at the entrance in the lobby AND to center staff in the child's class. Cards may not be used by any one other than the person to whom the card was issued. I.D. cards are only issued to parents/guardians and valid for one year.
Q: Does the Village have a meal plan?
A: Meals are provided to all children enrolled in the program. These meals meet standards set by the Food and Nutrition Service of the United States Department of Agriculture. No Charge to customers.
Breakfast 06:45 - 07:00 a.m /Bus Riders
07:30 - 08:00 Pre-K
08:00 - 08:30 infants-Pre-School, Food Carts are removed from room at 8: 15 if no one has called in.
Lunch 11:00 - 11:45 a.m.
Snack 02:30 p.m.
Copies of the menus are posted on the bulletin boards in each classroom and also on the main lobby wall. Children not present within the first 15 minutes will not be fed. Meals will not be maintained in the classroom to accommodate late arrivals other than scheduled bus runs.
Q: What about birthdays and special occasions?
A:Parents should not allow their children to bring gum, candy, or other sweets to school. The school does, however, encourage parents to provide special treats for his/her child's class. For example, parents may have a birthday party for their child at school. However, all sweets and treats must be store bought and sealed in original packaging. Parties must be arranged with the teacher and approved by management prior to the occasion.
Q: What about food exceptions and allergies?
A:Parents are required to inform The Village of any food allergies/food exceptions based on religious preferences, or exceptions prescribed by a physician. It is the responsibility of the parent(s) to provide substitute foods for their child(ren), if the required food is not available in the center. Any reported allergies must be accompanied by a doctor's note/certification.