Winter Break Dec 21 to January 1, 2021, CLOSED 12/24-1/1, 2021

December 14th, 2020

by Katrina Brooke

Winter Break Dec 21 to January 1, 2021,

CLOSED Dec 24 through Jan 1, 2021

I know December is a short month with 17 days of childcare.  I often get questions about paying a full month of tuition.

As a reminder for our full day families we only bill for four weeks (20 days)  a month, some months have 22 days of care with no additional charge for the two days of extra care. It all adds  up  over the year.  A count of days is on the annual calendar.

From September to August you will pay for 240 days of care, based on 5 day enrollment, and receive  248 days we are open for care.  That will be 8 free days of care this year! The extra days are built in the ease the  burden of closures for weather,  student illness, or things out of our control.

For our Only or Plus students, based on 5 day enrollment, you will pay for and receive 180 days of preschool from September to June 18, 2021—Our last day of school.  If needed we will add days to the school calendar. You can view our Tuition Agreement on the registration page of our web site  by downloading the Full Registration Pack.

Please let me know if you have any questions!!

 


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