Cranford Public Schools Tuition-based Full Day Kindergarten Openings

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There are currently 2 openings in the tuition-based full day kindergarten at Walnut Avenue School for the 2018-2019 school year.   Applicants should be aware there is a tuition charge of $680 per month.   

Please complete the application below and send to:

The Office of the Superintendent of Schools

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132 Thomas Street

Cranford, New Jersey 07016

Applications can also be emailed to:  cammarata@cranfordschools.org or faxed to: 908-272-7735.

For additional information or if you have any questions, you may call the Office of the Superintendent at (908) 709-6202.

Parents/Guardians will be responsible for transportation.  Children attending the full day program will be placed in their neighborhood school for first grade in 2019-2020.

 

 

Cranford Public Schools

Full Day Kindergarten Application



 

Student’s Name: __________________________________________________________

    Last First M.I.

 

*DOB:  _____/____/____ Gender: M__  F__

Month Day     Year

*Note:  Your child must be 5 years old by October 1, 2018


 

Parent/Guardian Name(s): __________________________________________________________


 

Parent/Guardian Address: ___________________________________________________________

 

My child’s neighborhood school is:  ___ BAS ___BPS ___ HAS ___ WAS

 

Home Phone: ______________________ Email: _________________________________________


 

Parent/Guardian Cell Phone: Parent 1: _______________________________________________


 

Parent 2: _______________________________________________


 

Business Phone 1: _______________________ Business Phone 2: ____________________

 

*******

Your signature below indicates that:

 

I understand that this is a 1-year assignment and my child will be returned to his/her neighborhood school for grade one.  I also understand that I make payment in the amount of $680 per month and will be responsible for transporting my child.

 

Parent/Guardian Signature: ___________________________________________________________

 

Print Name: _____________________________________ Date: _________________________


 

The Office of the Superintendent of Schools

132 Thomas Street

Cranford, New Jersey 07016    

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