A: We observe the major holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. It is usually 9 days per year.
A: Yes, we welcome parent participation. We have an open door policy at the Bluffs School.
A: Parents are responsible for providing all foods for their children while at school. This usually includes morning and afternoon snack as well as lunch.
A: Families are expected to notify the school of all food and environmental allergies. An allergy list is posted in all classrooms, the kitchen and the office.
A: We will administer medication to children with a written prescription from the doctor that identifies the medication and the proper dossage. The parent will be required to sign an Authorization for Medication Form. The medication will be kept in a locked cabinet (or refrigerator if needed). We will administer the medicine and keep a log of the time, date and dosage administered.
A: No, the teachers work hard to prepare and implement an eduational curriculum for the children. Special items from home are often acceptable on Fridays for Show and Tell. Each classroom will send home information regarding if or when Show and Tell days will be.
A: We expect all children to arrive by 9:00am. The teachers have a Daily Schedule to follow and a lot of planning goes into your child’s day. Arriving after 9:00am disrupts the schedule and the children.
A: No, we believe children should be able to wear what they like during the preschool years. We do require sneakers and/or shoes and socks. Our playground has mulch and can get into other types of shoes.
License Number: C15PB0146