Parent Information

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Regular Operations

WestPark Academy offers a developmental curriculum for children ages 3 to 5 years old. Our students attend 5 days a week, Monday through Friday.  The hours of our preschool program during the school year are as follows:  8:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday 

Before and After School Program Available. Please contact the school for details. 

Transportation

 

Parents are responsible for transporting their child to and from school daily.

Staff/Child Ratios

1:12 Preschoolers (3 years - 4 years old) 

Tuition

WestPark Academy charges tuition for preschool students between the ages of 3-5 to attend. Title XX accepted and some scholarships available.

Important Dates 

Holiday Observations

WestPark Academy observes the following holidays and will be closed:

  •  Labor Day 

  • Thanksgiving Day 

  • Day after Thanksgiving

  • Christmas Eve

  • Christmas Da

  • New Year’s Eve 

  • New Year’s Day

  • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday

  • President’s Day

  • Easter 

  • Memorial Day

  • Independence Day 

Parent Participation

Parents are encouraged to be an active participant in our school community. Volunteers are encouraged to come in and assist within the classroom as well as throughout the school building. 

Parent Association Meetings are another great way to stay involved in your child’s school experience. These meetings always include beneficial information on a variety of educational and developmental topics. I encourage you to attend all of these meetings. Please understand that your attendance is mandatory at 2 of the 4 meetings. Failure to attend at least 2 meetings will result in the denial of re-enrollment for the following school year. Parent Association Meetings are held the during the months of October, December, February, and April. 

Creative Curriculum

Our curriculum was developed around the development and needs of our preschoolers. The Creative Curriculum, adopted curriculum, is approved by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services and is aligned with the Ohio Early Learning and Development Standards. If you would like a copy of the Ohio Early Learning and Development Standards, please ask your child’s teacher. 

Creative Curriculum provides children opportunities to learn and practice newly acquired skills in the areas of social/emotional development, physical development, cognitive development, and language development in a safe and child-friendly environment. 

Through a variety of hands-on experiences, our children learn and development to be productive and life-long learners.

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Student Dress Code

 

WestPark Academy believes that neatness and appearance are very important. Consequently, all students are required to wear uniforms. 

Parents are responsible for sending their child to school each day with the correct apparel and appropriate grooming. WestPark Academy expects and requires all students to meet the highest standards of dress and deportment. This means suitable appearance at school and school sponsored functions. 

For girls the following are acceptable school apparel 

  • Sailor dress, purchased through the school uniform store. 

  • Red sweater with the WestPark Academy embroidered on the left side of the sweater, purchased through the school uniform store. 

  • Red, white, or blue tights or socks. No footies permitted. 

  • Blue, black, or brown shoes. Gym, tennis, or bowling shoes are not permitted. 

For boys the following are acceptable school apparel 

  • Blue slacks 

  • White button down oxford shirts 

  • Uniform tie purchased through the school uniform store. 

  • Red sweater with the WestPark Academy embroidered on the left side of the sweater, purchased through the school uniform store. 

  • Blue, black, or brown shoes. Gym, tennis, or bowling shoes are not permitted. 

 

*Uniform grants are available to parents who apply. *

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