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  • How do I apply?
    Families are invited for a personal tour. Tours generally last 45 minutes. This gives us a wonderful opportunity to connect and for your child to explore the space too! Prospective students are required to attend tours and it is encouraged that both parents also attend. Only one tour will be provided per family. During this time we will explore our learning environment, go over philosophy, our daily schedule/typical school day, and answer any questions. A school application will be provided. You will need to submit an application and application fee. Once both have been received, you will gain a position on our waitlist. Families will gain notification of openings as they occur or at the end of March for the following school year. Green Sprout Learning puts in great effort to equally distribute ages and genders into our available spots. Siblings of current or former enrolled students will gain priority above the waitlist. You may inquire about a tour and application via email or using the "Contact" form on our website. Thank you for your interest in Green Sprout Learning! I look forward to the opportunity to meet you and your family.
  • What does the enrollment process look like?
    Personal family tours for the following school year are given on Friday mornings between October-January. This is an opportunity for your child to explore the space too. Only one tour will be given per family, it is encouraged that both parents attend. An application will be provided at this time. Once an application and application fee are submitted, prospective families join our waitlist. In March, families will be notified of placement and waitlist options based on program availability. If an enrollment offer is made, families have 7 days to accept. A non-refundable registration fee is collected to hold their child's spot for the upcoming school year. Families must complete all necessary paperwork for enrollment including a statement of health form and immunization records provided by their child's health care provider before beginning school.
  • What is your ratio?
    Our small class size of 6-8 students offers a personal learning environment that ensures both academic and social-emotional success. Every child gets 1:1 teacher support and is given the advantage to gain social confidence in a small group setting. Students become young confident learners and close friends. At Green Sprout Learning we are more like family. 3-year-old class: 1:6 ratio 4-year-old class: 1:8 ratio
  • Does Green Sprout Learning operate year-round?
    Green Sprout Learning follows Poudre Public School Calendar. Our school year operates from mid-August until the end of May. We offer a summer camp option in June.
  • What ages does Green Sprout Learning accept?
    Green Sprout Learning is a preschool setting, serving students 3 and 4-years in age. Students must meet program’s age requirements, turning 3 (or 4 depending on class) by January of the year of enrollment. We have a 2-year curriculum in place. Many students begin at age 3 and stay for 2 school years before transitioning to kindergarten.
  • Is it required for your child to be potty-trained?
    Yes. All students attending Green Sprout Learning must be fully potty trained. This allows us more time for playing and learning.
  • Do you offer half day options?
    Green Sprout Learning is currently a full day program operating from 8:30a.m.-4:00p.m. with the option to choose 2 full days a week or 4 full days a week.
  • Can we pay day to day?
    No. We are a preschool with a monthly tuition to ensure your spot in the program. Tuition is due the 1st of every month.
  • What meals are provided?
    Green Sprout Learning provides a morning snack and an afternoon snack daily. We believe that a healthy body creates a healthy mind and work hard to serve food that is nutritious. Due to our small setting, lunch is provided from home.
  • Does Green Sprout Learning participate in Universal Pre-K (UPK Program)?
    Yes, Green Sprout Learning is a Universal Pre-K provider.
  • Is Green Sprout Learning Licensed?
    Yes. Green Sprout Learning is a licensed in-home child care center. The school is in the lower level of the home with its own entrance and classroom space. Green Sprout Learning carries both a state childcare license and business license.
  • What makes us unique?
    -Our Small Class Size: Small groups encourage more in-depth play and interactions improving social and communication skills as well as deepening relationships. -Continuity of Care: Students stay with their peers and caregiver for a longer period of time. Students are secure in their environment, increasing confidence and strengthening ongoing relationships. Teachers are intune with their students and can provide ongoing opportunities for care and learning that meets the needs of each individual. Continuity of care strengthens all relationships, fostering strong communication and predictability for everyone. -Outdoor Exploration: We highly value time spent outdoors and take learning and meals outdoors whenever possible. -Learning is EVERYWHERE: Learning is not confined to the four walls of a classroom. -Active Involvement: Students are active participants in their play and learning. From student jobs to snack preparation, students learn through everyday interactions. Students participate in everything hands-on. -Teachable moments: We believe that every opportunity, is an opportunity for learning. Students are guided to problem solve and provided tools to strengthen communication skills. -Relationships: At Green Sprout Learning, you become family. Our foundation starts together, and parents and teachers work as team.

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