Choosing just the right center for a young child is challenging for all families. You want to be certain that you and your child are comfortable with this new environment and that your child will be offered the opportunity for personal growth and development. You need to know that when you leave the center each morning, loving teachers will be there to protect and guide your child through fun, educational activities.
We would encourage you to take the time to visit multiple centers so that you can be certain you’ve chosen the proper one for your family. Take a tour and then come back and visit with your child so that you can see how he or she responds to the teachers, children and environment. Ask questions and request a Parent Handbook, tuition schedule and enrollment packet. This will give you a better idea of the policies that guide the care your child would receive.
If you are interested in setting up a tour at Campus Kinder Haus, please call Ms. Nicki in the office at 617-328-5530. We typically do tours Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 and 11:30 am. During the tour, you will visit each classroom, meet the teachers, and receive any paperwork necessary for enrollment. We look forward to welcoming you and your child to CKH!
Fall Registration for 2019 will open for returning families on February 6, 2019 and for new families on February 20, 2019.
Once you’ve made your decision, you’re ready to complete the enrollment papers and secure your child’s space within the center, if space is available at that time. The enrollment packet must be completed and returned to the center before your child may start. It is designed to give the center staff the necessary information to keep your child safe, healthy and happy. It is your opportunity to share with us helpful hints for supporting your child through the transition into the new environment. There are also crucial health and emergency forms that help the staff provide proper care during an emergency. The Office of Child Care Services requires that these forms be completed for every child prior to enrollment and be updated annually.
If your child has a special need, the director may request more information from you or others who have worked with your child (i.e. physicians, early childhood specialists or former teachers). You will be asked to complete a release form authorizing us to speak with them.
Children are enrolled for the school year or the balance thereof. If a child must be taken out of school, a two-week notice is required. *A non-refundable registration fee is required when the child is enrolled, in addition to a non-refundable security deposit equal to one week’s tuition. These fees cover registration costs and the child’s last week at school. After a child is enrolled, if the parent disenrolls the child and does not give the school two weeks notice, prior to start date or end date, two weeks tuition will be charged.
Our summer program is available to families who require care during the summer months. More information regarding the weeks of summer camp will be given to families during the school year. Families who intend to send their children to the summer program must complete a summer camp enrollment form to secure a space.
The enrollment packet must be completed before your child may begin attending Campus Kinder Haus.
Complete the packet and then mail or deliver it to:
Campus Kinder Haus
162 Old Colony Avenue
Quincy, Massachusetts 02170
Campus Kinder Haus is operated on a non-discriminatory basis, according equal treatment to all applicants without regard to children and their families on the basis of race, religion, cultural heritage, political beliefs, marital status and children with disabilities. First priority is given to children of faculty, staff, and students of Eastern Nazarene College and to returning children and their siblings. Other vacancies will then be offered to those who have applied according to the date the application was first made.
Campus Kinder Haus does not discriminate in providing services to children and their families on the basis of race, religion, cultural heritage, political beliefs, national origin, disability, sex, or marital status.