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2014-09-07: Church School 2014-15 Year Starts!

posted Jan 24, 2015, 8:26 PM by St. Nicholas Church School Ann Arbor Michigan   [ updated Apr 5, 2015, 8:49 PM ]
Sunday, September 7, 2014, is "Registration Day" and the "1st Day of Classes" for our St. Nicholas Church School.

Please advise your children that, after Holy Communion, all Church School students should proceed to their classrooms as usual to start the new year.

All parish children who have celebrated their 3rd birthday and up should register for the appropriate grade of Church School this Sunday.

Three- and four-year-olds should register for Preschool, and five-year-olds should register for Kindergarten. Older children should register for the same grade that they attend at their regular school.

To register for Church School you will need to submit three things:
  • One Registration Form for the entire family (it accommodates up to five children)
  • A separate Emergency Card for each child 
  • A nominal Registration Fee of $20 per child for the entire year
You can save a lot of time by filling the Registration Form and the Emergency Card(s) using a computer ahead of time.
 
The Registration Form and the Emergency Card, as well as complete instructions, are available on-line at the Church School website.

[Note: To avoid problems please use the latest version of Adobe Reader to complete and print these forms (the latest version is XI, i.e., 11). Adobe Reader is free and is available here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/]

Please take a few moments to fill out the two forms. Use the computer to fill in the information, save the forms on your hard disk and you will have them ready for next year, too.

Please remember that it is a strict requirement of our parish that children who attend Church School must register and submit a Registration Form and also submit an Emergency Card.

If you need help with registration please let us know. We will be happy to help.

We hope to see everyone this Sunday, at Church School and at the Parish Picnic that follows.