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How do I register my child/children at The Neighborhood School?

To register your child/children for care at The Neighborhood School, contact us by phone. We will better be able to discuss your families needs and determine if The Neighborhood School is the right fit. At this time, we will also schedule a tour so you can see our facilities and complete all necessary registration paperwork. 


Is there a waitlist to get into The Neighborhood School?

Yes, there is a waitlist. It is best to contact us to set up a tour, meet with the director to get on the waitlist. Waitlist times vary on the age of your child. 


What do I need to bring on my child's first day of care?

This depends on the age of your child. Infants for example need diapers, change of clothes, breast milk and or formula, bottles. 3-5 year olds need change of clothes, nap blanket, water bottle and lunch. A full list will begiven to families before they start.


Does my child have to be potty trained to move up into a new age group?

No, your child does not need to be potty trained to enter new age group/classroom. Children will be potty trained at their own pace and when they are ready.


Are meals provided at The Neighborhood School?

No, TNS provides 2 snacks a day. Families provide lunch for their child. Lunch can be hot or cold. We have microwaves and refrigerators in every classroom.


Is there a registration fee to register my child/children at The Neighborhood School?

Yes, there is a registration fee of $85.00. After a family tours and meets with the director to answer their questions,returning registration forms and the $85.00 will secure your child's spot on the waitlist and a spot when an opening occurs.


Can I schedule a tour before registering my child/children?

Yes, it is required to attend a tour to register your child at The Neighborhood School.


What is Project based learning?

Using real-world scenarios, challenges, and problems, children gain useful knowledge and skills that increase during their designated project time.

The goal of using complex questions or problems is to develop and enhance student learning by encouraging critical thinking, problem-solving, teamwork, and self-management.

   The project’s proposed question drives students to make their own decisions, perform their own research with guidance, and review and discuss their work.
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