Arts
K
inder Gartens & Day Care
We teach your child what is the best - the art of living!
Artists 4 Humanity, Inc

Kindergarten can help children get a head start on their academic career
by teaching them basic skills in Arts within an entertaining and relaxed environment.


Prices  Arts Kindergarten & Day Care  Age 1 - 4
 
$59 per week - 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM - $230.00 / month
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REGULAR PAYMENT

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CYBER METAL CASH  CMC
 
$69 per week - 6:30 AM - 7:00 PM - $260.00 / month
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REGULAR PAYMENT

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CYBER METAL CASH  CMC

After School Day Care
$39.00 per week - 2:00 - 7:00 PM - $150.00 per month
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REGULAR PAYMENT

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CYBER METAL CASH  CMC
All prices are on first come first served. You can prepay for 3 or 6 months. All payments are none refundable, all children admitted with paid tuition are guaranteed to hold their place in our Arts Kinder Gartens & Day Care.

Children News Updates

"Florida law (Section 1003.21(1)(a)2, Florida Statutes) specifies that children who have attained the age of five years on or before September 1 of the school year are eligible for admission to public kindergarten during that school year based on rules prescribed by the school board. Students are eligible for kindergarten attendance provided they meet the age requirement."

You can locate the contact information for the local school districts in both states via SchoolFinder (enter your city, state and zip code for a listing of local schools and the district). 

http://www.education.com/schoolfinder/

Educational Choice — Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK)

Because of a constitutional amendment passed in 2002, all Florida parents of four-year-olds are eligible for a “VPK voucher” with a value of approximately $2500. Families or others may add to that amount for programs that cost more.
 
Almost all teaching of Florida four-year-olds (85%) is done by private providers. Thus the law empowers families to choose from among participating private, faith-based or public childcare centers, homes or preschools. Parents also choose whether to use the vouchers for 540 instructional hours spread over the school year or for 300 hours in an intensive summer program.

The voucher is for instructional time only. The state is funding education, not daycare. For a 180 day program of 6 hours per day, the voucher would cover 3 hours of teaching each day. The families would pay for any additional hours. Low-income families may be eligible for other funds or services for those hours. The program is voluntary for both the parents and the providers.
To get to to FloridaChild's special website devoted to VPK, click here. To go to the State's VPK website, click on the Learn More Button

Who decides which provider gets the funds? Family 
Public Officials 


In what settings may the child receive public support? Public 
Private 
Home 
Virtual 
  Licensing Child Care - http://www.dcf.state.fl.us/programs/childcare/licensing.shtml
Budget
Startup
Child Day Care Startup Fact Sheet
Child care regulations - http://www.dcf.state.fl.us/programs/childcare/pubs.shtml
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