UCC Weekday FAQs

 

 

 

 How do I know if there are openings in my child's age level?

We begin fall enrollment each February for current stuents and siblings. Additional openings will be filled during Open Registration that begins March 1. Check our Registration page to see if there is space avaible in your child's age level. Our UCC WDS office will contact you to confirm and complete your enrollment.

 

  If I am a University Christian Church member can my child enroll early?

UCC members get priority in the crib age level and in other age levels, following preference of current students and siblings.  Members may enroll for the fall beginning in February with current students.  You will see information about specific dates in the church Journal or weekly bulletin.

   

  How do you determine what class age level my child attends?

Class age level is determined by how old your child is on September 1st.  An infant must be born by September 1st to enroll in the current school year.  Infants born in July or August must wait until they are 8 weeks old to begin to attend Weekday School.

 

  What days do you offer for the different ages?  

         

  • Cribs – 1 day to 2 days
  • Ones – 2 days or 3 days
  • Twos – 2 day or 3 days
  • Threes –  2 days, 3 days, or 5 days, T/Th, MWF, or M-F
  • Fours – 2 days, 3 days, or 5 days, T/Th, MWF, or M-F
  • Kindergarten – 5 days

 

  What hours do you offer for ALL ages?

  • Early Bird               8:00 am – 9:00 am
  • Class Time            9:00 am – 12:00 pm
  • Discovery Time     12:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Early Bird and Discovery Time are our “before and after” enrichment programs that are available most every day your child attends.  The maximum hours of attendance at UCC Weekday School is from 8am – 2:30pm.  Early Bird and Discovery Time are both an extra daily charge, and we recommend signing up in advance with the office to ensure availability. 

 

  What is the teacher to student ratio at Weekday School?

  • Cribs – 2 teachers and 6 children
  • Ones – 1 teacher and 5 children
  • Twos – 1 teacher and 6 children (older 2’s 1 teacher and 7 children)
  • Threes –  2 teachers and 15 children
  • Fours – 2 teachers and 16 children
  • Kindergarten—2 teachers and 18 children

 

 

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