ADMISSIONS FAQs

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AFTER I TAKE A TOUR, WHAT IS THE NEXT STEP IN ENROLLING MY CHILD?

Once you take the tour, if you feel that Papillon Montessori is a good fit for your family, you will need to complete the application process, which includes a $100 application fee. Once we receive your completed application, we will contact you to schedule an observation of your child and a parent interview. Shortly after the completion of this process, you will be contacted regarding your application. Upon our assessment, should you choose to reserve an available space, the enrollment fee and initial payment will be due within three business days to guaranty it. 

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WILL I BE ABLE TO GO OVER MY ENROLLMENT PAPERWORK AND YOUR POLICIES AND PROCEDURES WITH SOMEONE AT PAPILLON MONTESSORI?

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DOES MY CHILD HAVE TO HAVE IMMUNIZATIONS?

You are free to opt-out for a personal or religious exemption on any immunization. In the event of an outbreak of an illness that your child has not been immunized against, you will be notified, and your child will not be able to attend while the risk is present. If you choose an exemption, please specify that on the immunization paperwork when you enroll your child.

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HOW CAN I HELP MY CHILD ADJUST TO LIVING MONTESSORI?

To help your child in the first few days of school it is important to be enthusiastic. It is always helpful to plan ahead and be prepared for the first day so that you are not stressed or anxious as your child gets ready for school. Establish a set of daily routines. Your child takes his cues from you. This will help your child adjust to and be able to predict daily events. This also helps your child feel more secure during separation.

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DO YOU GO OUTSIDE TO PLAY, RAIN OR SHINE?

Outdoor play is an essential part of your student’s day and children are required by licensing regulations to participate in daily outdoor activities. However, in severe cold or hot weather, children stay indoors. (Please refer to the parent handbook for specifications.) In order for your child to have the best outdoor experience, please be sure to provide your child with appropriate clothing for all weather, such as boots and a raincoat.

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HOW CAN I HELP MY CHILD ADJUST TO LIVING MONTESSORI?

To help your child in the first few days of school it is important to be enthusiastic. It is always helpful to plan ahead and be prepared for the first day so that you are not stressed or anxious as your child gets ready for school. Establish a set of daily routines. Your child takes his cues from you. This will help your child adjust to and be able to predict daily events. This also helps your child feel more secure during separation.

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HOW CAN I HELP MY CHILD ADJUST TO LIVING MONTESSORI?

To help your child in the first few days of school it is important to be enthusiastic. It is always helpful to plan ahead and be prepared for the first day so that you are not stressed or anxious as your child gets ready for school. Establish a set of daily routines. Your child takes his cues from you. This will help your child adjust to and be able to predict daily events. This also helps your child feel more secure during separation.

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HOW CAN I HELP MY CHILD ADJUST TO LIVING MONTESSORI?

To help your child in the first few days of school it is important to be enthusiastic. It is always helpful to plan ahead and be prepared for the first day so that you are not stressed or anxious as your child gets ready for school. Establish a set of daily routines. Your child takes his cues from you. This will help your child adjust to and be able to predict daily events. This also helps your child feel more secure during separation.

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HOW CAN I HELP MY CHILD ADJUST TO LIVING MONTESSORI?

To help your child in the first few days of school it is important to be enthusiastic. It is always helpful to plan ahead and be prepared for the first day so that you are not stressed or anxious as your child gets ready for school. Establish a set of daily routines. Your child takes his cues from you. This will help your child adjust to and be able to predict daily events. This also helps your child feel more secure during separation.

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HOW CAN I HELP MY CHILD ADJUST TO LIVING MONTESSORI?

To help your child in the first few days of school it is important to be enthusiastic. It is always helpful to plan ahead and be prepared for the first day so that you are not stressed or anxious as your child gets ready for school. Establish a set of daily routines. Your child takes his cues from you. This will help your child adjust to and be able to predict daily events. This also helps your child feel more secure during separation.

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HOW CAN I HELP MY CHILD ADJUST TO LIVING MONTESSORI?

To help your child in the first few days of school it is important to be enthusiastic. It is always helpful to plan ahead and be prepared for the first day so that you are not stressed or anxious as your child gets ready for school. Establish a set of daily routines. Your child takes his cues from you. This will help your child adjust to and be able to predict daily events. This also helps your child feel more secure during separation.

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HOW CAN I HELP MY CHILD ADJUST TO LIVING MONTESSORI?

To help your child in the first few days of school it is important to be enthusiastic. It is always helpful to plan ahead and be prepared for the first day so that you are not stressed or anxious as your child gets ready for school. Establish a set of daily routines. Your child takes his cues from you. This will help your child adjust to and be able to predict daily events. This also helps your child feel more secure during separation.

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HOW CAN I HELP MY CHILD ADJUST TO LIVING MONTESSORI?

To help your child in the first few days of school it is important to be enthusiastic. It is always helpful to plan ahead and be prepared for the first day so that you are not stressed or anxious as your child gets ready for school. Establish a set of daily routines. Your child takes his cues from you. This will help your child adjust to and be able to predict daily events. This also helps your child feel more secure during separation.

AFTER I TAKE A TOUR, WHAT IS THE NEXT STEP IN ENROLLING MY CHILD?

Once you take the tour, if you feel that Papillon Montessori is a good fit for your family, you will need to complete the application process, which includes a $100 application fee. Once we receive your completed application, we will contact you to schedule an observation of your child and a parent interview. Shortly after the completion of this process, you will be contacted regarding your application. Upon our assessment, should you choose to reserve an available space, the enrollment fee and initial payment will be due within three business days to guaranty it. 

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WILL I BE ABLE TO GO OVER MY ENROLLMENT PAPERWORK AND YOUR POLICIES AND PROCEDURES WITH SOMEONE AT PAPILLON MONTESSORI?

This is your Services Page. It's a great opportunity to provide information about the services you provide. Double click on the text box to start editing your content and make sure to add all the relevant details you want to share with site visitors.

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DOES MY CHILD HAVE TO HAVE IMMUNIZATIONS?

You are free to opt-out for a personal or religious exemption on any immunization. In the event of an outbreak of an illness that your child has not been immunized against, you will be notified, and your child will not be able to attend while the risk is present. If you choose an exemption, please specify that on the immunization paperwork when you enroll your child.

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HOW CAN I HELP MY CHILD ADJUST TO LIVING MONTESSORI?

To help your child in the first few days of school it is important to be enthusiastic. It is always helpful to plan ahead and be prepared for the first day so that you are not stressed or anxious as your child gets ready for school. Establish a set of daily routines. Your child takes his cues from you. This will help your child adjust to and be able to predict daily events. This also helps your child feel more secure during separation.

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