The Alliance Early Learning School's Mission is for all students to reach their fullest potential and become productive citizens through staff who establish high expectations; a safe, positive and engaging learning environment; and content that supports critical thinking, collaboration, communication and creativity. We believe that all children can learn. Each child is unique, and will grow and develop with the support of a positive learning environment that includes families, teachers, and the community.
We provide a safe child-centered experience that promotes and challenges the emotional, social, physical, and intellectual development of our children.
It is our belief that the preschool experience should be positive, enjoyable and rewarding for children and their families as their initial school years influence future attitudes and school success. Our team consists of highly qualified teachers with a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education.
Children ages 3-5, living within the Alliance City School District, are eligible for the services of the Alliance Early Learning School. Preschoolers with special needs are eligible based upon the results of an extensive screening and Evaluation Team Report in accordance with the Rules for the Education of Preschool Children with Disabilities. An Individual Education Program (IEP) is developed to meet the unique needs of each student with special needs. Typically developing peers, ages 3-4, may be admitted to the Alliance Preschool Program on a first come first served basis. Students must be 5 by August 1st and potty trained. Typically developing preschool peers pay the designated monthly tuition fee for nine months (September to May), which is adjusted to each family’s income on a sliding scale so that the program is affordable to all. There are no adjustments to the monthly tuition fee for absences due to illness, snow days, or school days off. However, if there should be a change in employment status or income at any point during the school year, please notify the preschool staff so that the monthly tuition fee may be recalculated.
Early Learning School
Contact: Holly Power
285 West Oxford St.Alliance, OH 44601
Fax - 330-823-8106
ALLIANCE EARLY LEARNING SCHOOL
Preschool Enrollment Information
Preschool registration and enrollment procedures require that the following forms and information be on file at the school for preschool admittance:
● Enrollment Information Sheet
● Copy of Birth Certificate
● Up-to-date Immunization Record
● Health History Information Form
● Emergency Medical Authorization
● Medical Evaluation Form (signed by a physician, prior to admission and updated annually thereafter)
● Custody Papers (if applicable)
● Signed Roster inclusion/exclusion statement
● Media Release Form
● Transportation Permission Form
● Preschool Screening Permission Form
● Income Verification
● Home Language Survey
● Proof of Residence