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Homework Policy

 

 

Children will be assigned homework on a regular basis.  They will receive their homework on Friday and it will be due the following Friday.  Parents are encouraged to work with their child at home to reinforce skills that are taught at school.

 

   

 

Coming Attractions

 

We are planning a trip this fall to Wiards  Orchards in Ypsilanti, MI.  Children will pick apples, go on a hayride and have cider and donuts.  Parents will be encouraged to attend as chaperones. 

 

   

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Question:  Are parents still responsible for tuition if a child is out sick?

Answer:  Yes.  If a child misses any days during the week due to illness, the parent is still responsible for tuition for that week.  If a child is out due to a long term illness, the parent must notify the office and arrangements will be made concerning tuition payment on an individual basis.


 

Question:  if a parent forgets to provide a lunch for their child, will arrangements be made for that child to receive a lunch?

Answer:  Yes, we will provide a lunch for that day.  No child will go hungry.  Since we do not cook on the premises, we will purchase a lunch for the child and the cost of that lunch will be added to the tuition payment for the following week.


Question:  if it is necessary for a child to receive medication, how will it be dispensed?

Answer:  If a child is in need of medication, a parent must fill out a permission to administer medication form.  There will be only one staff member responsible for administering the medication and keeping a record of the dosage and time that the medication was given.


Question:  Will students be attending field trips?

Answer:  Yes, we do plan field trips throughout the year and parents are encouraged to come along as chaperones.?


Question:  Does a child have to be potty trained in order to attend Mini Miracles Academy?

Answer:  We prefer that a child is potty trained, but if not, we would like them to at least be in the process of being potty trained.  If a child is not yet trained we ask that they be in pull-ups and a supply of pull-ups should be kept in their locker.