Authorized Pick UpThere is a $75.00 non-refundable per family registration fee due with the application.
Registration is not complete until all required forms are completed and returned to the Preschool Office. The Preschool Office is open year round 9:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
SCHOOLS OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF CINCINNATI ADMIT STUDENTS OF ANY FAITH, RACE, COLOR AND NATIONAL OR ETHNIC ORIGIN.
St. Peter Early Childhood Center is licensed by the Ohio Department of Education. The license is posted for review. The laws and guidelines governing Preschools are available for review at the Center upon request.
A registration fee of $50.00 per family is due at the time of registration. An annual non-refundable materials fee is due at the time of orientation for each Preschooler and Transitional Kindergarten student.
The parent shall provide, prior to the date of admission or not later than thirty days after date of admission, and annually from the date of examination thereafter, a report from a licensed physician stating that the child is in suitable condition for enrollment in the Program. This is a state requirement.
Permission from parents or guardian will also be required as follows:
- Emergency medical and dental care,
- Emergency transportation,
- Names of persons to whom the child may be released.
As part of the registration process the following information will be ascertained: supplements, modified diets, or fluoride supplements currently being administered to the child; list of chronic physical problems and any history of hospitalization; list of any diseases that the child has had; names, addresses, telephone numbers of physician and dentist in case of emergency.
The State requires the following forms on file:
- Authorized Pick-Up
- Emergency Transport
- Medical History
- Physical Form every 12 months
- Birth Certificate
- Baptismal Certificate (If applicable)
New families are encouraged to set up a tour of the program and meet the teachers prior to enrollment. Once enrolled, families are invited to an orientation meeting at the beginning of the semester to become familiar with program policies and procedures.