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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you accept children that are not potty trained?

Yes!  Your child does not need to be potty trained to attend. Teachers will do their best to support your child's toilet learning efforts, but you'll want to send them to school in a diaper if they are not fully capable of using the potty independently.

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Is your school licensed?

Yes, we are licensed through the Utah Department of Health's Child Care Licensing program.

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What ages do you admit?

For summer programs, we accept children that are 2.5-6.5 years old by June 10, 2019.

For academic year programs, we admit children that are 35 months-66 months by Sept 3, 2019.

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Do you accept children with special needs?

Yes, and you will work with the Director to determine a specialized care plan. If your child needs an aide, there will be an additional cost.

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Can I sign up for more than one class?

Yes, during the Summer, we encourage you to sign up for several week-long sessions for the best experience for your child and best pricing. You may sign up for both the AM and PM classes, but know that you will need to find care for your child during the hour in between.

 

During the academic year, you may sign up for multiple classes, but if you sign up for an AM and PM class, you will need to find care for your child during the hour between. 

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Do you have a wait-list?

If classes are sold out, please email director@wonderbloom.org to request your name be added to the wait-list.

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Does your staff have background checks?

Yes! Safety is very important and all staff members that may be unaccompanied with your child will have a rigorous background check including fingerprinting.

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How much time will my child be outside?

Our goal is to have the children outdoors the entire 3-hour class period. We may have to spend time indoors due to poor air quality or extreme weather conditions. We monitor the weather and children's health to make sure they are staying safe in the weather.

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What is your refund policy?

There are different policies depending on summer vs. academic year registrations. Please see the Summer booking page or the Academic Year registration page for details.

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