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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How to enroll?

Submit a completed Registration Contract along with the registration fee.

  • What is the “Safe Snack” list?

Snack List 2018-2019

  • What are your drop off/pickup procedures?6-3-15(2)

You may either walk your child to their classroom, or utilize our drop-off line.  You must enter the building to pickup your child at their classroom.

  • Can I pay tuition electronically through my bank?

Yes, by going to your online bank website.   Set up PUMC Preschool as a ‘payee’ under bill pay.  

  • What is your policy on peanuts in the school?

Our intent is to keep our preschool NUT FREE. 

  • Do you take field trips with the children?

For safety reasons instead of field trips, we bring several special activities into the school during the year, including a visit from the local fire station, police department, educators and animals from the Preservation Parks etc.

  • What school calendar do you follow for holidays?

For scheduled holidays, we follow the Olentangy Local School District’s calendar.  Delays for Olentangy do not affect our preschool.

  • What is the school delay/cancellation policy for winter weather conditions?

Possible school delay or cancellations are due to : weather, church funerals, other unforeseen emergencies.

Are communicated – on our Web Site, Facebook, text via the REMIND system. 

Delay hours – AM Session: 10:00am – 12:00pm, PM Session: 1:00am – 3:00pm.

  • What is your discipline policy?

Discipline is handled in a positive manner.  Methods include regular routines, consistent expectations, positive reinforcement, and redirection of activities.  If these methods prove ineffective, a parent-teacher-child conference will be held.  Spanking, physical or psychological punishment is NEVER permitted at this preschool.

  • Is religious education a part of your program?

Our preschool is a non-denominational, non-faith-based program.  Powell United Methodist Church also offers Sunday School for those interested in a religious education for their children.

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