Academics: Pre School

The Pre-School program seeks to develop, stimulate, grow and encourage the cognitive, conceptual, gross and fine motor skills of all students.  Through an academic and interactive learning environment, students are given the opportunity to explore the world around them using hands-on manipulatives that stimulate and encourage their senses.

 

The major subject areas included in the preschool program are reading and math readiness activities, which include but are not limited to, the use of phonics (encoding/decoding skills), conversational and beginning reading sight words to develop reading skills, and the introduction of simple addition and subtraction of single digit numbers. Preschool students also participate in arts and crafts, library, foreign language, science and social studies to provide for a well-rounded student and preschool program.  At the end of each term, students receive a report card to communicate to families the progress students are developing throughout the school year.

 

Technology is also a key element of the preschool curriculum in that it is used to reinforce the classroom learning.  Beginning with our three-year olds, preschoolers visit the computer lab bi-weekly to supplement the phonics and counting skills taught in the classroom.  Because technology is constantly changing our world, integration at an early stage is important to develop a skill set in the use of technology.

 

Throughout the school year, preschoolers are able to explore the community and world around them by going on various cultural field trips to gain exposure to the arts and animal life. The cultural field trips consist of the Children’s Museum, Spivey Hall, the Fernbank Science Center and the Atlanta Public Library. These trips serve to enhance and bring the classroom experience(s) to life.

 

Pre-School Fees & Tuition Schedule

 

Application Fee: $250 (non-refundable)

Enrollment Fee: $250 (non-refundable and recurring for each year to reserve space for child)

 

Tuition is the amount charged to complete an academic year, August - July.

 

Annual Payment Plan (Due July 1st): $8,470.00

Quarterly Payment Plan (July, October, January, April): $2,228.00

Per Month Payment Plan (10 payments): $847.00 requires automatic draft through enrollment in SMART

Per Month Payment Plan (11 payments): $770.00 requires automatic draft through enrollment in SMART

Per Month Payment Plan (12 payments): $706.00 requires automatic draft through enrollment in SMART

 

After 6:00PM Rate is the fee charged for students remaining after 6:05PM: $2 per minute

** If children have not been picked up by 6:15PM, Romar Academy will contact the proper authorities.

*** This fee is due daily.

 

Other Costs:

 

Workbooks (PK3) - Books are purchased from the school.

Standardized Testing (PK3) - Qualls Early Learning Inventory ($99)

Field Trips - Payable as needed. ($100 per year)

PTA Dues - Yearly Membership ($40 per family)

Extra-Curricular Activities - Payable on a monthly basis per activity.

Summer Institute Fee - Payable on a monthly basis per activity ($100).

 

Dress Code

 

The two, three, and four year old students should come to school dressed in comfortable clothing that allows for play and physical activity.  Sandals and wedge heels are not allowed because they make students fall easily.

 

All preschool students are required to wear the yellow shirt with logo.  In addition, all two, three, and four year olds should have at school a complete change of clothing, a sheet, and a lightweight blanket.  These items should be clearly marked with the child’s name on each item.  Day Care Licensing mandates that hair beads and jewelry are not allowed because they present a choking hazard.

 

Key Benefits

 

Dedicated & Skilled Teachers

High Level Credentials Years of Experience

Small & Structured Classrooms

• Student teacher ratio = 1:15

• Average number of students to a class: 15

 

Advanced/Accelerated Curriculum

• Science, Math, Reading, & Social Studies

• Physical Education

• Computer Literacy Education

 

Cultural Teachings/Exposure

• Spanish

• African American Studies

• International Day

 

School Trips

 

Hours

 

Pre-School Program is open daily from 7:00am to 6:00pm.  The academic portion of the school day is from 8:30am to 3:30pm. Parents of preschoolers should make every effort to have their children in school by 8:30am. Parents must escort preschool children to and from the classroom, sign them in upon arrival and sign them out upon departure. No one under 18 will be allowed to pick-up students or sign them in or out.

 

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