Information For Families

Parent involvement

Active parent community

Parent/Teacher Conferences

Opportunity to volunteer in classroom as a parent helper.

Daily updates & weekly summary of activities

School sponsored family events

Our objectives
for your children

To be able to leave parents easily

To feel secure in a new situation

To develop an ability to listen

To feel comfortable in talking with both adults and children

To realize that his/her feelings are recognized and respected

To learn an appreciation of and respect for differences in others

To be able to express anger appropriately

To be able to both lead and to follow

To learn to wait his/her turn and follow directions

To encourage
independence and build self esteem

Why Choose Carter

 Low teacher turnover

 Low teacher-to-student ratios: Carter exceeds state preschool ratio guidelines.

 Imaginative play based preschool curriculum

 Educated, experienced and dedicated teachers

 Large playground

 Large indoor gross-motor play space

 Enrichments, such as music, movement, science
and storytelling

 Children stay with the same group of children and teachers for the school year

 Strong parent community

Tuition rates for 2024-2025


2-day program $4,325
3-day program $6,490
4-day program $8,652

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4 -day program $8,840
5-day program $11,046

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2023-2024 Calendar


Policies and procedures (updated 8/17/22)


Criteria for student to return to school.

Positive Test

Isolation Period=5 days Day 0 is first day of symptoms OR day the positive test was taken whichever is earlier.

If asymptomatic or symptoms are resolving and fever free for 24 hours without the use of medications, they may return after day 5.

If child has a negative test on day 5 or later, no mask is needed in school. Masks must be worn until day 10 or until a negative test result is received.

Symptoms with Negative Test

May return to school 24 hours after symptoms resolve AND a
negative test.

We ask for open communication regarding symptoms so that we can notify families when appropriate of illness exposure in the school or class.

Exposure but No Symptoms

May continue to attend as long as long as asymptomatic. Masking is recommended until day 10 following exposure and a test is recommended on day 6 of exposure.