All policies contained within the Programs tabs, as well as policies in the Parent Manual, are secondary to the COVID protocols listed on the Home page.
|Ages:||Approximately 24 - 36 Months|
|Days:||Available Monday through Friday Year Round|
7:00 am - 5:25 pm * Covid Restricted Hours 6/1/2020 (See Home Page)
Heartland hours are 7:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. We ask that families arrive by 5:25 to communicate with faculty, gather belongings and exit building by 5:30 p.m. Please respect that our faculty members have school / family activities / professional meetings / other jobs that the need to attend following their work day at Heartland. An automatic $15 late fee will be enforced for any family picking up after 5:30. An additional $1 per minute will be added for any child not picked up by 5:40 p.m. Late fee is due with the next tuition payment. This is a penalty fee … NOT a service.
$100 fee per child ($75 registration fee + $25 deposit to be refunded)
Fee must be re-paid if student withdraws for more than 3 weeks
$185 per week OR $42 per day
Families may enroll in either part time or full time and must adhere to the approved schedule. Fee is based on approved schedule and must be paid regardless of attendance.
Schedules must be approved by a Heartland Director. Minimum 2 days per week.
Payments are due at the beginning of each week for the current week’s tuition. Payments must be placed in the drop box no later than the end of day each Tuesday. Please refer to the “Late Fees” portion of the Parent Handbook.
One week of "vacation/non-attendance" with no payment is allowed for children who attend for 12 consecutive months. Twelve month calculation begins upon enrollment.
|Ratio:||Typically up to 12 children with two teachers.|
Families must pay for Beginning Preschool Program each week regardless of attendance
Two weeks notice (with payment) is required if a family chooses to withdraw.
|Other:||No bottles allowed. Binkies and blankets allowed at nap time only.|
|Pacifiers:||Use of pacifiers is discouraged at this age/stage of development. They hinder speech and can produce unwanted dental issues. If your child is still using a pacifier, it will only be allowed at nap time while at school.|
When the time comes and you make that decision to start the potty training process, here are a few ideas that we have found make this transition easier.
|* Class placement is determined by age and/or development. Class placement is determined by directors.|