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Parent Resources


  • Do you have an open spots?
    Yes! We currently have spots available at both of our sites. Submit your interest form today by clicking here.
  • How does the waitlist work?
    Start with filling out the waitlist form for your child. Our software management system is called ProCare. You will receive automated return email, letting you know you have been added to our waitlist. Once a spot opens up a ReVillage team member will reach out to you, if we do not hear from you within 72 hours. You will be removed the waitlist. After, we connect with you. We will schedule a tour of the facility and provide you with the information that must be completed prior to your child starting at the school.
  • What is your teach to child ratio?
    At our Midtown location, our room capacity is 15 children and our minimum required ratio is 1 adult to 5 students, but we are usually staffed for 1:4. At our Downtown location, our room capacity is 15 and our minimum required ratio is 1 adult to 10 students, but we are usually staffed for 1:5.
  • How does the co-op work?
    All family representatives and volunteers who will give time at the center must complete a background check and have their fingerprint clearance card in order to give time. Participating family representatives must complete an orientation and training (CPR & First Aid, Safe Sleep, Child Abuse, etc.) prior to starting. Trainings will incur no cost to family representatives and can be taken online. While "giving" time to the co-op, the facilitators will need your support and will guide you on how to help throughout the day. Families are invited to our monthly ReVillage family meeting held once a month. This will be held in-person at the center. This is optional for all members to participate. Certain months, we will use our monthly meeting as a potluck and each bring a dish to share.
  • What is play-based learning?
    Play-based learning is a type of early childhood education based on child-led and open-ended play. It is child-centered. Play itself is a voluntary, enjoyable activity with no purpose or end goal. Play-based learning helps children develop social skills, motivation to learn, and even language and numeracy skills. Taking initiative, focused attention, and curiosity about the world are all a part of play. Elements of play based learning include: Self chosen: A child voluntarily chooses to play, how they’ll play, and for how long. An adult may initiate play insofar as he or she invites or suggests play but the child determines the rest. Enjoyable: Play is enjoyable for the child. This emotional aspect is important. There may be some frustrations or disagreements during play but overall it’s pleasurable. Unstructured: A child has ample time to explore and discover during play. They’re directed by their own interests, not by any prescribed rules or plans. Process-oriented: There is no end or learning goal. Instead, it’s the process of play that’s important. Make believe: Play often involves imagination, ‘make believe,’ or ‘playing pretend.’
  • I'm excited to "give time" to the co-op but also have an infant at home. Am I allowed to bring my baby with me to the center when giving time?
    Our center only allows the children that are currently enrolled to be present in the classroom each day. So, unfortunately, you cannot bring your infant with you when giving time to the center.
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