News & Events
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OPEN SPACES FOR 2020-2021: We are in the process of planning our enrollment for the 2020-2021 school year and there are still spaces available in the 2 and 3 day classes for first year students (age 2.9-3) Please pass along to friends and families who you would like to have join the Village School Community!
February 8th, 9:30-11:00am: OPEN HOUSE. Interested in The Village School? Join us to explore preschool and pre-k programs for children ages 2.9-6 years:
• Rich classroom environments, engaging curricula, and guidance from experienced teachers
• Morning half day programs with extended day and lunch bunch options
• Lending library for children and parents
• Safe, secluded outdoor playground with plenty of green space
February 15th: last tuition payment of the year due.
FRIDAY, MAY 1ST: SAVE THE DATE for OFF to the FUNDraces!!! The VillageSchool’s most important event of the year will have a new fun Kentucky Derby theme! Be on the lookout for more event specific correspondence, and please reach out to Karen Belmont (Avery classroom 1 MWF) to get involved. Funds raised go directly towards the operating costs of the school including the purchase of educational materials, enrichment program fees (like visits from the Trailside Museum, Franc Graham, and the Aquarium), facility maintenance (like snow removal), and so much more.
IMPORTANT REMINDER: The Village School is nut-free and new this year SESAME FREE. Please do not pack any food items for lunch bunch or extended day that list nuts or sesame as ingredients, INCLUDING HUMMUS. Thank you for your attention to this important matter.
Our whole family has become a part of the Village School. With annual events like the Halloween Parade and the Auction, there are so many ways to be involved and for kids and grown-ups to have fun.”
– Current parent