The Imani School

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Infants & Toddlers School Policies and Procedures

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Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday from 6:30am-6:00pm                                    






Registration Fee

Applications for admission must be accompanied by a non-refundable registration fee of $75 per child.


Enrollment               

The Imani School for Infants and Toddlers was established to provide for the care and development of children from 6 weeks to 3 years old.  A child is considered fully enrolled when all necessary forms have been completed and returned and the registration fee has been received.  Enrollment is open to children without regard to race, religion, sex or national origin.

 

Meals

Nutritious lunches and morning and afternoon snacks are provided for children at no

extra charge.  However, formula and baby food must be provided by the parents.  Staff

should be notified immediately of any special needs your child might have.

 

Diapers

Diapers must be provided by parents.

 

Fee Schedule

Tuition is payable in advance. Tuition may be paid monthly on the first of the month, or

bi-monthly on the first and fifteenth of each month.  A late fee of $20.00 will be added

when tuition is 5 days past due.  The Imani School for Infants and Toddlers reserves the

right to deny admittance if tuition is not paid as required.  Tuition is never prorated.  No

refunds will be granted for holidays, vacations, or brief illnesses.

 

 

    CLASSROOM

RATIO

TUITION

             Newborns(0-11 mos.)

 1:4

                       $812

     Early Toddler (12-17 mos.)

 1:5

  $753

              Toddler I (18-23 mos.)

 1:6

                       $722

              Toddler II (24-36 mos.)

 1:9

  $722

 

 

 


Sick Policy

 

Keeping our children healthy is a matter of great importance to all of us. The staff follows strict procedures regarding sanitation, diaper changing, etc. to help prevent the spread of infections. However, we need your help. Please do not send ill (i.e. diarrhea, fresh cold, vomiting, fever, etc.) children to school. When your child has been absent or sent home due to illness or fever, he/she cannot return to school until he/she hs been without fever for 24 hours or is accompanied by a doctor's note.

Children with any of the following symptoms will not be permitted to attend school should any of the following exist:

  • Armpit temperature of 99.4 degrees
  • Signs of possible severe illness (lethargy, uncontrolled breathing, 3 loose bowel movements), vomiting illness (2 or more episodes in 24 hours)
  • Rash with fever or mouth sores with drooling
  • Any type of communicable disease
  • He/she hs begun taking antibiotics in the last 12 hours

 

If any of the above symptoms are observed while the child is in school, the parents will be contacted and asked immediately to pick up the child to avoid infecting other children.

 

Note: Staff will be sure to note any child that does not exhibit his/her "typical" behavior, making certain to closely monitor the child's appetite, sleep habits, coughing spells and overall participation in the program.