Child's Nickname/Preferred Name/Pronouns
What is your biggest wish for your child this school year?
Describe the family/community your child lives and/or bonds with regularly.
What is the ideal flow for you and your child's day. (Including rest times and important routines)
What is your child really passionate about?
What would you like your child to get better at?
Overall, how does your child feel about learning and school?
My child feels best when...
My child does not do well when...
What are your child's fears? (Big or small)
What does an ideal "time-in", nap, rest, or quiet time look like for your child?
Any allergies, sensitivities, or dislikes we should know about?
Are they left or right handed?
Does your child ever hide, run away, or otherwise avoid contact?
Does your child still have potty accidents? If yes, when does it typically happen and how often? We understand that young children still have occasional accidents and are happy to assist with potty reminders, clothing changes, and wiping. However, children need to be potty trained (having fewer than 4 accidents a week). Please tell us about your child's potty habits and needs
Anything else you want us to know about your child?
How has your family been most affected by the pandemic?
What are the bright spots or wins these day?
What are sources of discomfort or friction these days?
How is your family and child adjusting to your school plan for 2020-21?
What time do you anticipate picking up each day? The school day is over at 3pm (pick-up is from 2:45-3:15pm), optional AfterCare is from 3-5:30pm for $75/week. Will you need AfterCare?
The drop-off window for the school year is from 7:45-8:30am. Does this time frame create a barrier for your family, if so, how? While we cannot bend to accommodate everyone's schedule we would like to know for future planning purposes.
All of these questions are optional. We ask because we truly care about being a close partner in creating a nurturing and responsive growing environment for your child. We wish to highlight and celebrate the uniqueness of each of our families by truly knowing what is important about who you are, according to you. We welcome feedback and additional input as we develop this personal and important survey.
How does your family and child identify?
Where do you live in town? Where else do you consider home or homeland?
Share about your childhood experience including important culture or traditions that you hope to share with your children.