Community Education

Greetings,

It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to the Nadaburg Unified School District community education program.  Our community education department is responsible for our preschool programs and before/after school programs.  We are proud of the programs we have to offer our community that are of high quality.

Both of our preschool programs participate in Quality First.  Through support programs, rigorous evaluations, and monitoring, you can be assured we have one of the best preschool programs in the area.  We have a limited number of scholarships available through the First Things First program and an Early Head Start partnership for 1- and 2- year-old children with Maricopa County.

Our before and after school programs have signed the pledge to provide quality programming in our before and after school programs.  We have implemented the Arizona Afterschool Center for Excellence quality standards.

We look forward to serving you and your family with your community education needs. It is our goal to provide quality care within a learning environment. If you feel we fall short of that goal, I urge you to reach out to me at 623-388-2120 or the site director.  

 

Sincerely,

 

Nancy Penzone, M.Ed.

Director of Educational Services and Preschool

Community Education Enrollment

Note:  Even though you may have completed these forms for the school they are still required to be completed for our community education programs.

Enrollment Process

The process to enroll students may take up to three days.  Students will not be able to attend their enrolled program until they have been notified their registration is completed.  All forms, documents, and payments must be received in order to begin a program.

PreschoolFirst Things First Preschool ScholarshipsASSETS, School Age before and after care
Community Education Application
Emergency Contact Card
PHLOTE (Language Survey)
McKinney-Vento Form
Student Health Survey
Developmental Survey
EIS Authorization (Technology)
Parent Handbook Acknowledgment
Birth Certificate
Proof of Residency
Immunization Record
State assistance notice dated in the past 6 months or prior year tax return and one full month of current pay stub for each working parent/guardian or letter stating unemployed

First Things First Application

All documents listed under preschool.
Community Education Application
Emergency Contact Card
Immunization Record
Parent Handbook Acknowledgement
Department of Economic Security Child Care SubsidiesPossible Additional Documentation, All Programs 
Authorization from Case Worker
DES Payment Worksheet
Copy of parent/guardian(s) driver license
Medication Authorization, Individual Education Plan, 504 Plan, Custody Documents, immunization waiver, medical statements of special medical needs/allergies/dietary needs. 
Early Head StartFamilies participating in Early Head Start need to qualify through the Early Head Start grantee. They may require additional documentation beyond our program. Please contact 623-388-2120 for additional information. 

 

Rates & Fees

2020-2021 Community Education Program Rates


ProgramTuition RatesScholarships available

 

Toddler

$1000.00/ Month

Early Head Start

Must Qualify w/ Early Head Start

Preschool$498.00/ Month

First Things First (FTF)

Must financially qualify

 

 

Extended Day

$165.00/ Month (Monday-Thursday)

FTF with parent copays

 

Extended Day- (Fridays)

$121.00 / Month (Fridays Additional) 

Before & After Program Kinder- 6th Grade or the age of 13 yrs. old whichever comes first. 

ASSETs (Before/ After Care)Monday-Thurday
Friday
 $99.00/ Month$90.00/ Month

Registration fee

Registration Fee

Before May 26

May 27 or After

$25.00

$50.00

 

Other Fees and Discounts

 

Camp Programs:

Daily Rate (1 day of Camp)        $30 per a day

Weekly Rate                               $125

Summer School & Camp           Requires $25 non-refundable deposit

                                                 For families who receive a 100% scholarship will pay the $25 as tuition



Other Fees:

Late pick up fee.  First thirty (30) minutes $1 per a minute, 31 minutes and after $2 per a minute.  Director of Educational Services may waive up to one late fee pick up if the circumstances are deemed an emergency or unavoidable, and there is no history of prior late pickups.

Late Payment Fee.  Any late payments after the tenth of the month, $15.  Director of Educational Services may waive up to one late payment if extraordinary circumstances exist.

Returned Item Fee.  Any payments returned from a financial institute, $25 plus any applicable late fees.  If two items or more are returned in an academic year the district will require a secured payment (money order or cashier’s check).


Ten percent discount for multiple students, applied to the highest tuition rates.  Ten percent discount applied if annual tuition is paid in advance.  There are no refunds available if tuition is paid in full for the year. 


The district will waive excess when being paid by the Arizona Department of Economic Security, but cannot waive required co-pays. 

 

Methods of Payment

Payment may be made in the form of check, money order, or cash.  Cash payments should be given to the site director or community education business office.  The payer will be issued a receipt for cash payments.  Cash payments not posted to accounts will not be credited if the payer does not have a written receipt.  If a payment discrepancy occurs the payer will need to provide a copy of their payment receipt.

      
How Payments are Calculated
Payments are calculated on a daily rate for enrolled programs, and leveled over a ten month period, regardless of the number of day in a month. 

Available Discounts
Families with more than one child enrolled in a community education program will receive a ten percent discount.  Discounts will be applied to each child after the first child.  Discounts will always be applied to the highest tuition rate.  Families that pay the entire year of tuition in advance will be provided a 10% discount.  This option is not available for students who enroll in a program after March 1st.

Program Withdrawal
If a child(ren) needs to withdraw from a program, the parent/guardian must withdraw the child(ren) and they must inform the community education program.  This may be done by providing a written letter; contacting us via telephone; or completing a withdrawal form.  If a child is not withdrawn we will make the assumption that the child will still be attending and continue to bill for enrolled services.  Families may request a temporary stop of services for up to thirty (30) consecutive calendar days without having to reenroll their child.  You must notify us in writing.  Waivers will be granted for emergency reasons only, such as a family illness or other emergent matter.  If there is an active waiting list for the enrolled program(s) the waiver will not be granted, and tuition will need to be paid. 

Adult GED Classes

For registration and general information, or to submit the survey, please e-mail Nancy Penzone at  npenzone@nadaburgsd.org or call her at 623-388-2115.

Nadaburg is proud to offer FREE GED preparation classes, supported by a Shared Use Grant through Maricopa County.  The grant pays for the certified teacher, and text.  Classes are hosted at the Nadaburg  Elementary campus in room # E5 

For more information contact Nancy Penzone, 623-388-2115
Teacher:  Pending

Class times:  5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

- There is no cost to attend
- Students move at their own pace
- Instruction is individualized to meet each participants needs
- Program is taught by a certified teacher
- Participants must be 18 years or older

For the 2019-2020 School Year, GED Classes will be hosted on Mondays  5:30-7:30 at the Nadaburg Elementary Campus Room # E5. 

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