Frequently Asked Questions
We understand that starting a new preschool or daycare is a big decision! We want to provide you with all of the information you need to make a confident choice. If you have any questions that are not answered on this page, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We are always happy to speak with you!
We don't go to church, can my child still attend this preschool and daycare?
All are welcome! We serve families from all communities of NWI and surrounding areas. Community Preschool and Childcare celebrates the unique qualities of each child as a beloved child of God. We are committed to allowing each child to explore, experience, and discover in a safe, engaging, and loving environment appropriate for their development and enrichment.
Will my child learn about Christian faith?
Children will experience a sense of being loved, of feeling hopeful, and resilient. Children sense a connection to God when we pray a simple thank you prayer before our snack.
Children will experience the value and dignity of each person regardless of their ability or their racial, religious, or socio-economic background. We strive to follow Christ’s example of meeting each child and parent where they are and building relationships that will guide and empower positive child development.
If you have further questions about how ministry is integrated into our program, please do not hesitate to contact us.
What is the monthly cost?
Tuition ranges from $288/month to $360/month for preschool. Full-time preschool and daycare is $190/week. Community Preschool and Childcare has a variety of scholarships and grants available. For more information click here.
How are the preschool and daycare addressing the COVID-19 pandemic?
Community Preschool and Childcare takes health and safety seriously. Your child's safety is our top priority. Please see our Health and Safety page for full details on all of our precautions.
How will I receive updates about my child's day/week?
Community Preschool and Childcare uses the free app ClassTag to post announcements, send messages to parents, and share photos of our activities during the day and week.
Does my child have to be potty trained before attending?
We strongly encourage that children ages 3 and above independently use the bathroom. If a child is not independently using the toilet, parents will provide a plan for toilet training at home and communicate that plan with the child's teacher.