Playgroup Aspen - Enrollment
We are currently enrollong for our upcoming Sunmer 2015 and School Year Session 2015/16 Information. Please email email@example.com if you would like more information or to come for a visit.
Last day of our current School Year Session is Friday June 5, 2015.
Playgroup will be open Tuesday thru Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Enrollment shall be open to any child, provided Playgroup can meet the needs of that child. Enrollment shall be granted without discrimination in regards to sex, race, color, creed, national origin or religion.
Children enrolled in Playgroup will have scheduled 'farm days' at NJS Hobby Farm also. We will use our MFSAB Childcare Bus to transport the children to the farm. Please refer to our weekly calendars for details.
Playgroup Pre-Preschool - 2 to 3 years old (8-10 children).
Playgroup Preschool - 3 to 4 years old (12-14 children).
Playgroup Pre-K/K-Ready - 4 thru 5 years old (16-18 children).
Playgroup is a for-profit and operates 100% on parent tuition.
We do not fundraise, charge for parent hours or work fees.
Scheduled days closed - No tuition is charged.
All day(s) paid for and not used, may be used as a make-up(s) (space available basis).
Children may enroll for one, two, three or four days per week.
Playgroup does not participate in the CPP Program nor CCAP Program.
Daily tuition rate is $65.00 per day. There will be a $30.00 enrollment fee charged at the time of enrollment into the program. Parents are asked to define the days of the week their children will be attending at the time of enrollment. There will be a deposit of $250.00 required at the time of enrollment. This deposit will be held and applied to the child’s last two weeks of attendance. Parents enrolling their child shall follow the policies set by Playgroup.
Summer Tuition will be billed for the entire nine week session. School Year Tuition will be billed for the entire School Year Session (37 weeks). A detailed payment schedule is available.
Playgroup reserves the right to drop a member for reasons of non-cooperation, delinquency in payment of tuition, or the inability of a child or parent to adjust to the program.