Information for New Families Joining MPCS in 20-21

We are asking all new families to drop off copies of their student’s birth certificate at the Mountain Phoenix. We have installed a mail slot outside of the Main Office building off of Miller St. (When you attended our school tour, this was the building you were in.)

We greatly appreciate you taking the time to get us the birth certificate copy in a timely way, so we can begin the process of updating all of our internal systems for the next school year.

Here is a picture of the new mail slot.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Preschool and Kindergarten families: When you drop off a copy of the birth certificate, you may also drop off a check for your May 2021 tuition. The specifics of your tuition fees are at this link on our website (https://www.mountainphoenix.org/enrollment/ece-fees/). These fees will also be noted ECE Contract that you can sign ParentSquare.

    • If you do not pay by check, you also have the option to pay by credit card over the phone. Once we receive a copy of your birth certificate, preschool and kindergarten families who have not paid by check will get a call from our office manager, Suzy Ross-Kumley, asking for the tuition deposit over the phone.

Student and Family Information Forms

Please fill out the following forms so we can get to know your student and your family better!

A Message from Ashley Mendoza, Early Childhood Licensing Director
Over the summer, there are a few things you can do to prepare for August registration:
Schedule a doctor’s visit for your child’s physical, aka Well Child Visit (done annually).
Obtain a copy of your child’s updated immunizations from your doctor.
If you have a new ECE student joining us next year, please drop off a copy of their birth certificate in the mail slot at the Main Office.

As a reminder, we follow Colorado State Licensing Rules and Regulations, along with the Health Department guidelines.
Please remember that if your child’s paperwork is not complete at the time of registration, they will not start school until their paperwork is complete

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