• 2021-2022 School Year

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    Laura Horn, our Director, would be happy to schedule a tour of the school or answer any questions you may have.

    (716) 835-2220
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    Registration Documents
  • To apply for our Preschool, please complete and sign an application form. A non-refundable registration fee of $75/family must accompany the application. Applications can be turned in at the main office or to the Preschool Director. In addition to the application, your student will need a current medical statement and immunization record (dated within the last year) by the first day of school. Tuition is due to the office according to the published tuition schedule. For more information about our Preschool, please see the parent handbook or contact Laura Horn (lhorn@FirstTrinity.com, 716-835-2220), our Preschool Director.

    School Schedule

    Our school day runs from 9 – 11:30 a.m. Due to COVID-19, electronic health screenings need to be completed by 8:30 a.m. each school day before you will be allowed into the building. Upon arrival, a temperature check will be done. Please see the COVID-19 Update Page for more information. All classes run from mid-September through May. There will be a 1-hour orientation meeting prior to the first class for parents only.

    Age Requirements

    Children enrolling must be 2, 3, or 4 years old by December 1 to enroll in all classes except the M/W/F 4-year-old class. Children must be 4 by February 28 for this class.

    Toilet Training Policy

    3- and 4-Year Old Classroom Potty Training Policy
    It is expected that children in the 3- and 4-year-old programs are toilet trained. While we recognize and respect the developmental differences of all children, the 3- and 4-year-old classrooms are not equipped with the facilities or staff to change soiled clothes. Therefore, if children soil themselves during class time, their parents or caregivers are contacted to come in and change their clothing. Occasional wet accidents are changed by the teacher. If accidents become frequent, a meeting is set up to discuss a plan of action. Concerns or special circumstances may be brought to the director for consideration.

    2-Year-Old Classroom Potty Training Policy
    We know that potty training is a big milestone in the life of a child. Because accidents can occur frequently while the child is in the training process, we ask that you send your child to school in diapers or pullups until s/he has been successfully, accident-free for six weeks and are willing to use the bathroom. If, after becoming “fully” potty¬†trained (six weeks accident-free), they regress to frequent accidents, we ask that they return to diapers or pullups for the short time they are in school. Diapers can be changed quickly and usually prevent the need to change the rest of their clothes, which allows both teachers more time supervising and engaging with the whole class. Most importantly, continuous communication with the teacher is essential to successfully maneuver through this important developmental stage.