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FAQs

  • Whom do I contact to schedule a tour or enroll in the school?
    • Email the VP of Membership or call 703-250-6101 and leave your name and number for the VP of Membership to return your call.

 

  • Where are you located?
    • Our address is 9019 Little River Turnpike Fairfax, VA 22031. We rent our space from the Providence Presbyterian Church on Route 236, between Pickett and Guinea Roads. Here is a Google Map of our location.

 

  • Is toilet training required
    • No. Toilet training is not required for any of our classes.

 

 

  • What is your registration fee?
    • Our nonrefundable registration fee is $75.

 

  • Do you have field trips?
    • Yes. Our 3s, 3/4s, and 4s classes take field trips off school grounds. CDO and 2s do not have field trips.

 

  • Do you offer after school day care?
    • No. We do not provide any childcare beyond the preschool classes listed on this web site.

 

  • Are you a licensed pre-school?
    • Yes. We are fully licensed by the State of Virginia. Our facilities are regularly inspected by the Fairfax Regional Licensing Office to ensure compliance with state regulations regarding safety, record-keeping and health matters. For more information, please contact the Fairfax Licensing Office at 703-347-6345.

 

  • Are snacks and/or lunch provided for students?
    • No, students bring a nut-free snack from home each day. We are a Nut-Aware facility. Parents are encouraged to send a healthy snack which includes a starch and vegetable or fruit. For lunch bunch, students bring a packed lunch from home.

 

  • Are you accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)?
    • No. To be NAEYC accredited, you must have a director of the preschool. We are a small, parent-run school. We are fully licensed by the State of Virginia (see question 8) and an active member of the Virginia Cooperative Preschool Council (VCPC).

 

 

  • Can you accomodate students with allergies?
    • Yes. We are a Nut Aware school and work within Virginia State guidelines for storing epi-pens.

 

  • Do you administer medication?
    • We can only administer epi-pens in life-threatening situations. All requests to store epi-pens at school should be submitted at the time of enrollment. All epi-pen requests must be reviewed and approved by the executive board.

 

  • What is the difference between the 2s class and the Child’s Day Out (CDO) program?
    • The two classes are very similiar. Parents co-op or help in the classroom on a rotating schedule in the 2s class. Co-oping is not required in CDO. CDO also generally has a slightly younger group of children as it covers a broader age range from 20-35 months. By the end of the year both groups have accomplished teacher-directed activities and are ready to move on to the next level class.