Yes! We work with the federally-funded education service cooperative, Wilbur D. Mills. Your child would be evaluated by a speech therapist (at school) and, depending on what services are needed, therapists will visit your child at school for therapy. The bonus is that this service is FREE to any child over the age of 3!

Unfortunately we do not. However, if you are a student at ASU Beebe, you could qualify for financial assistance through their Career Pathways program.

Regrettably, no. We believe consistency in a child's routine is key for them to be able to emotionally handle the transition from home to school. We are also a very small community with limited availability, so we depend on full-tuition enrollments.

Yes! Our school year goes from August to July. We are closed for holidays and for one week in August for classroom repairs, maintenance, and preparation for the upcoming school year.

We do not discriminate based on religious beliefs, nor do we offer education on one particular religion. We believe children should be aware of the many different cultures and religions found in the world. Our children learn about a variety of cultural subjects including the celebration of holidays and traditions.

There is no need for you to take your child's sheet or blanket home to wash. We launder the linen weekly or more frequently if needed.

Nope. We have forks, spoons, knives, and plates available for the children to use for their lunch.

We offer a variety of morning and afternoon snacks, and we will create a snack for your child which meets their nutritional restrictions. If your child's allergy is severe, requiring the use of an EpiPen (epinephrine) Auto-Injector for treatment, one can be stored at the school for emergency use. You will also need to fill out a medication permission form.

We are open to any suggestions from parents on how they would like to celebrate their child's birthday. Many times parents bring in cake/cupcakes/cookies for our morning snack. Sometimes parents provide pizza to the class for lunch. If you would like to celebrate your child's birthday in class with pizza, please let us know by the day before so we can inform the other parents they get a day off from lunchbox duty.

Absolutely! We love donations of any sort! Some examples include: indoor toys and activities (wooden trains, Legos, puzzles, coloring books) and outdoor toys and activities (playground equipment, ride-on toys, sandbox toys, balls.) We are also delighted to receive child-friendly books and DVDs. Another fantastic way you can donate is by volunteering. One area always in need of assistance is maintenance of the grounds. We love, love, love help with the mowing!

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Here is an essential principal of education: to teach details is to bring confusion; to establish the relationship between things is to bring knowledge.

Maria Montessori