Orientation Day

Orientation is approximately 30 minutes. This is an opportunity to meet the teachers and for your child to visit and explore the classroom with their parent/s.

Orientation date is September 7, 2023

Reminder: Please limit number of attendees to one parent and child if possible.

Please do not hesitate to call Jill if you are not able to attend and need to schedule a seperate or additional visit before September 8th.

9:30 am Jr. Preschool (2.5 year olds)
10:30 am MT Preschool (3 year olds)
11:00 am W-TH-F Kindergarten Readiness (4-5 year olds)
11:45 am W-TH-F Preschool (3 year old)
M-T-W-TH Kindergarten Readiness (4-5 year old)

EVERY CHILD MUST HAVE AN UP TO DATE PHYSICAL FORM (completed by the doctor AND AN UP TO DATE IMMUNIZATION RECORD TO START SCHOOL. Physical forms are updated annually when your child has their physical. Bring the Universal Health Record to your child's annual physical to keep your medical records current.

The Flu vacinne is required for all children attending licensed early childhood centers in NJ.

In preparation for in-person attendance for the 2022-23 school year, the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH), Vaccine Preventable Disease Program is reminding parents and healthcare providers (HCPs) that all children must comply with age-appropriate immunization requirements set forth in N.J.A.C. 8:57-4. Children who are not up to date on their immunization requirements and/or do not meet eligibility for provisional admission, will not be allowed to attend school in-person until immunization(s) are received or applicable exemptions are filed.

Routine vaccination rates declined last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The decline might pose a serious public health threat that would result in pediatric vaccine-preventable disease outbreaks which have the potential to derail efforts to reopen schools. Therefore, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the NJDOH is encouraging all parents and guardians to get their children up to date with their vaccinations. Parents and guardians should plan ahead and schedule appointments with their HCPs now to avoid the back-to-school rush in August.