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F.A.Q.

* What is immersion?

It's a method of teaching a foreign language by the exclusive use of that language.  Therefore your child will be "immersed" in Spanish. It works most effectively because that's the way you learn your own language.

*What if I don't speak Spanish?

No problema.  Many parents don't speak Spanish but learn key vocabulary along with what your child brings home.

How old should my child be to start learning another language?

It's never too early to begin learning a language.  In fact children who learn another language before age five use the same part of the brain to acquire that second language that they use to learn their mother tongue.  

* When are your school hours?

The school day begins at 9:00 am and ends with a flexible pick up from 2:00-3:00 pm.

 

* Do you provide Early Care/After Care?

Yes; Early Care and After Care will be provided for an additional cost. Early Care is 8:00 am – 9:00 am and After Care from 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm. 

 

* What dates should I be aware of?

Parents will receive a school calendar with all important dates, holidays and special celebrations. Notices will be sent home if there are any changes made to the calendar.

 

* Do we need to purchase school supplies?

There will be some school supplies requested for each student.  This list will be given to you at the beginning of the school year. Please make sure your child has a backpack for taking home schoolwork and keeping a change of clothing. 

 

* Does the school serve school lunches?

The school does not serve school lunches.  All students bring their lunch and snacks to school.  Parents providing lunch and snacks for their child allows for us to focus on the curriculum and better prepare our students for kindergarten.

* Do students wear uniforms?

No, not at this time.

 

* How can I become involved? What if I work full time?

There are many ways to become involved at our school, and we highly encourage parents to do so! Some of these include assisting with school celebrations or helping plan school trips.  If you work full-time, you could help by donating seasonal items and/or garden supplies or mending toys/materials if needed.  Please let us know if you have other ways you would like to become involved! 

 

* What is the student/teacher ratio?

Our goal is to provide each child with an interactive and personalized learning experience, therefore we maintain a maximum of 8:1 student to teacher ratio.

 

* How will I find out how my child is doing?

Parents are welcome to communicate with our teachers at any time to discuss student progress. There will also be regularly scheduled parent-teacher conferences and progress reports sent home throughout the school year. 

 

* How do I notify the school if my child will be absent?

Please notify the school if your child will be arriving late or if he/she will be absent for the day.  You can do so by calling us at 707.536-1241. Please note that you will still be responsible for tuition during any days absent.

 

* What is your behavior management policy?

We use natural consequences; corporal punishment and “time outs” are not used.  In certain cases, your child’s teacher will meet with parents and implement a behavior plan to address his/her specific needs within a group setting. 

 

* May my child bring personal items from home?

 Toys and electronic devices (iPods/iPads, cell phones, etc.) remain at home. These items are not allowed at school.

 

* May my child bring medication from home?

Yes; however, all medication must be in the original container and labeled with your child’s name. Please give all medication to the Director or Teacher upon arrival. 

 

* How will I be notified if my child becomes ill or is injured at school?

If your child becomes ill while at school, it is mandatory that he/she be picked up right away. If your child has an accident while at school that we believe needs medical attention, you will be contacted immediately.