Tahoe Community Nursery School 2011 Fall Registration meeting April 21
TAHOE CITY, Calif. and#8212; Tahoe Community Nursery School will hold registration for the 2011-2012 school year Thursday, April 21, 4-6 p.m., Tahoe Community Nursery School (TCNS), adjacent to Christ the King Lutheran Church at the top of Dollar Hill on Highway 28. Registration is open to children ages three and four; children must be three years old by Dec. 2, 2011. Those interested in enrolling children will be served on a first-come, first-served basis.
For students currently enrolled in the 3-year-old class, registration is automatic for the 4-year-old class and attendance is not required on the registration day.
and#8220;Tahoe Community Nursery School is based on the idea that fun is essential to our learning, well-being, and general outlook on life,and#8221; Angela Bruno said. Bruno taught at TCNS for several years and took over as the schooland#8217;s director last fall.
and#8220;We want children to enjoy themselves, to express themselves, to play outdoors and to know about the community. Above all, we try to create a memorable and fun experience for all children,and#8221; Bruno said. In addition to Bruno, the school employs three other teachers.
For 3-year-olds, classes are held twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 4-year-olds attend school three times a week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Because of the popularity of the school, teachers advise interested families classes will fill quickly. While the school is located at a Lutheran Church, the school does not have a religious affiliation and is non-denominational.
For more information call 530-583-3331 or see http://www.tahoeschool.com.
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