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2's Me and My Peanut - Toddler Time
(Fall Registration begins on Tuesday, September 20, 2022)
Our next "Me & My Peanut" sessions will begin again this October 2022
Please see Flyer (click on Blue Box).
Registration will begin on Tuesday, September 20th at 9am.
A NEW drop-down menu "Register TODAY - 2's "Me & My Peanut" will show up under 'Registration/Tuition". Once you click on that menu, you will fill out a form to register online. Please make sure to click the bottom button to submit.
For questions, please do not hesitate to contact Abby Garcia, Director, at NHNSDirector@outlook.com. We look forward to seeing you at future sessions!
Student Registration Form
I hereby apply for the enrollment of my son/daughter in the New Hackensack Nursery School in the 2 year old program (accompanied by an adult).
After reviewing all submissions, confirmations will be sent out via email. Those accepted in each session will be required to submit payment in full by Tuesday, September 27th.
Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and space is limited.
Program fee: $105.00 made payable to New Hackensack Nursery School.
- For those enrolled, the program fee is non-refundable.
Child must be 2 by December 1st of this present school year.
If you wish to register for both classes, please register first for your first preference, and then register again for your second preference. Acceptance in a second class will depend on enrollment.
Any questions, please contact the school Director at NHNSDirector@outlook.com.
"Me & My Peanut" Q&A:
Q: What will a typical class look like?
A: Although it will be a flexible schedule based on the children’s interests and needs, a typical class will include hands-on play, felt board activities, story time, music and movement, and opportunities to explore ways to make art. The children will also participate in circle time activities, (hello song, story, felt board games), and will enjoy a snack time.
Q: What is my role as a caregiver?
A: Your role as a caregiver is to participate in the activities and encourage your child to do the same. Children may want to run around the class, climb on furniture, etc., and, as this may be dangerous and disruptive, we ask that you quickly encourage your child to rejoin the group or find a safe activity to enjoy.