Parent Handbook

Our Parent Handbook is available as a PDF download:

Extended Care

2018-2019 School Year

Annual Pass:  We offer a Lower Grades (1st-5th), Sibling Lower Grades, and Upper Grades (6th-8th).  This is our most economical option and allows drop-off at 7:30 a.m., pick-up by 5:30 p.m for the entire year. Purchase of this annual pass paid by Friday, September 14th.

Morning Care

Grades Students: drop off is free at 8:00 a.m – 8:30 a.m.  For a $3 flat fee you can drop off a Grades student between 7:30 a.m – 8:00 a.m.  No reservations are needed for Morning Care; simply sign in your child with the Morning Care staff when you arrive.

Kindergarten Students:  Drop off is Free at 8:30 a.m.  For a $3 flat fee you can drop off a Kindergarten Student between 8:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.  A reservation with the front office must be made by 3:00 p.m. the day prior day.

Aftercare is available to all students (Preschool, Kindergarten and Grades), Monday through Friday.  Due to capacity constraints, we highly suggest making a reservation in advance to secure a spot in aftercare.  

Early Childhood Aftercare is a 2-hour program from 1:15-3:15 p.m. with a day rate of $14 per child, reservation by 10 a.m. required or $24 day rate.  No prorations of this day rate. Space is limited, standing reservations are suggested. High demand may make drop-in spots unavailable.  Preschoolers must be picked up by 3:15 p.m. Kindergarteners can transfer to the Grades Aftercare at 3:15 p.m. with reservation only due to space constraints.  See chart in link for Grades Aftercare hourly rates. Unannounced transfer to Grades aftercare will be $11 per hour.

Standing reservations for Grades Aftercare are available on a monthly basis at the rate of $7 per hour (additional siblings at $2 per hour).  To create a standing reservation, please fill out an Aftercare contract with the front office. Standing reservations are binding and will be paid in advance.  

Grades Drop-in students can be accommodate as space permits, but the office must be notified before 1:00 p.m.  The drop-in rate is $9 per hour (additional siblings at $2 per hour).  

Grades Unannounced drop-ins will be charged at a rate of $11 per hour (additional siblings at $2 per hour), no proration by quarter hour will apply to Unannounced drop-ins.

Aftercare begins as soon as classes are dismissed and is available until 3:15 p.m. for Preschoolers and 5:30 p.m. for Kindergarten and Grades students.  Students who are picked up after 5:30 p.m., will be charged a late fee of $25.  Repeated late pick-ups from Aftercare may result in loss of Aftercare privileges at the Administration’s discretion.

All class dismissal times have a 10-minute grace period.  Any children who have not been picked up by the end of the 10-minute grace period will be signed in to Aftercare, and unannounced drop-in Aftercare charges will apply starting at the time of dismissal.

Billing:  Please see the link below for billing chart with details on billing, proration by quarter-hour and reservation requirements.  Services that fall under “Billed” will be calculated at the end of each month, with invoices sent out at the beginning of the following month.  Please direct all questions regarding billing to Pam at business.admin@maplevillageschool.org.

2018-19 Extended Day Information

Immunization Policy

Maple Village Waldorf School strives to ensure the safety and health of the children in our school.  We require parents to follow all state laws regarding immunization.  The State of California School Attendance Law requires that all children entering school comply with the Department of Health regulations summarized below.  California School Immunization Record forms are required and completed for children entering Kindergarten and 7th grade, and for new students in all other grades.  California School Immunization Law also requires that schools submit annual immunization reports to the state.

Required immunizations include:
• Polio
• DTP or DtaP (diptheria, tetanus, pertusis)
• MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)
• Hib
• Hep B
• Varicella (Chicken Pox)

Requirements vary depending on the age and grade of the entering student.  Additionally, all students entering the first grade are required to complete the Report of Health Examination for School Entry and all students entering the 7th grade are required to have and submit documentation of a Tdap booster.

Maple Village Waldorf School complies with all California vaccination and reporting laws and encourages parents to make informed vaccination decisions in partnership with their family health care provider.  Employees of the school do not give medical advice.  The school operates in accordance with California Health & Safety Code 120325(c), in which the legislature provides “exemptions from immunization for medical reasons.”

In the case of an outbreak of an infectious disease, we follow the direction of the Los Angeles County Health Department in determining and taking the necessary steps.  These may include requiring any non-immunized children and adults to remain away from school for a prescribed period of time, until the local health officer is satisfied that the person is no longer at risk of developing the disease.

More details are available at: http://www.shotsforschool.org/laws/

Parent Portal: The Village Records

For your protection, only currently enrolled families with active user accounts have access to The Village Records site.

Our Village Records site features the following information:

  • Family contact information
  • Student reports
  • A school directory

In the future, the Village Records site will be where families will come to:

  • Apply for admission
  • Register for school
  • Sign contracts
  • Volunteer for committees
  • and much more