Enrolling at Children’s Village
To begin the enrollment process, you’ll first want to contact us to get your packet and forms. By completing these forms, you provide us with vital information that helps us place your child in the appropriate classroom. These forms also include questions regarding your child’s development, immunizations, allergies, and classroom preferences.
Fees and Tuition
A $50 fee will be collected during enrollment, along with all required forms, which must be turned in before your child begins. Tuition for Children’s Village is due each Monday and covers the expense of the week that follows. For your convenience, we accept payment online, or by phone, credit card, or check, and we accept CCDF vouchers. Payment can also be made directly at the office.
Tuition may vary somewhat based on your child’s classroom assignment, and does include all meals, snacks, and classroom activities. We also require tuition to be paid in a timely manner. Otherwise, additional fees may be incurred.
We’ll provide an outline of all tuition and fees in the parent agreement at the time of enrollment. If you have any questions or concerns, we’ll be happy to help explain how our fees are structured.
Our commitment to serving families extends to our financial resources as well. We partner with local and federal programs to ensure childcare at Children’s Village is an affordable option for all.
At Children’s Village, we are passionate about providing parents with the resources needed to help their little ones thrive. That’s why we proudly partner with Early Learning Indiana to offer Early Headstart programming.
This accreditation allows us to serve pregnant women, infants and toddlers under the age of 3, and their families with incomes below the federal poverty level. Early Headstart provides comprehensive child development and family support services, as well as free diapers, free formula, health screenings, high-quality curriculum, and more.
To learn more about how Children’s Village can support you through Early Headstart, contact us today.
On My Way Pre-K
Children’s Village is thankful to be an On My Way Pre-K childcare center. Through this accreditation, we are qualified to accept On My Way Pre-K grants, which are awarded to low-income families of 4-year-olds so that they may have access to a high-quality Pre-K programing the year before they begin kindergarten.
Learn more about On My Way Pre-K and how to apply.
Childcare and Development Fund
At Children’s Village, we are happy to accept payment assistance through the Child Care Development Fund (CCDF). This federal program helps low-income families obtain child care so that parents may work, attend work-related training, or continue their education.
Eligibility for CCDF is determined by the state of Indiana, not by Children’s Village. However, upon qualifying for the program, our team will guide you step-by-step through the application process and complete all necessary provider paperwork.
To learn more about how Children’s Village and CCDF can support your family, contact us today.