How to Re-enroll
Once your child is admitted to Moss Street, enrollment continues throughout the school year. Families can submit a schedule change request at any time, including at the end of each term. We require 30 days' written notice for changes during a term. We will fill the requests as space permits.
Returning families must submit a re-enrollment request at the start of each academic year, and a separate form for care during summer term.
- Returning families are enrolled first.
- Student families receive first priority for any available vacancies.
- University employee families are second priority for available vacancies.
- A limited number of continuing care slots are available for non-student families admitted during the academic year.
Moving Up to an Older Age Group
Teachers will consult with parents to discuss the child’s readiness for a smooth transition to an older age group. Language and reasoning abilities are factors, but social skills and self-sufficiency skills are of greater importance.
Any such "graduations" into older age groups will be on a space-available basis, with returning families having scheduling priority. Prior to children moving to a new age group, an orientation for parents and visits to the new classroom for children will be scheduled.
Children will be considered too old for a program when they have reached the top age for that program, plus three months. Occasionally, a child will not be able to move into an older age group due to a lack of available space. For currently enrolled children, accommodation will be made in the program to meet the needs of such children. New children will only be enrolled within available spaces in the appropriate age group.