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REQUIRED EMERGENCY FORMS

All students in the ECS must have a completed copy of the child's emergency form for office use. This must be completed for each child during this application. Please upload the completed form here. 

Camp Week Selection
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Emergency Evacuation Plan

We have established an emergency evacuation plan for our school. Hopefully, we will never need to implement this plan, but we want to make sure you are aware of this just in case we must evacuate the building and are unable to return. Our friends at St. John’s Episcopal Church next door to us at: 3247 Olney-Laytonsville Road will welcome your children and our teachers. Parents would be expected to pick their children up at St. John’s Episcopal Church as soon as they are notified about the emergency. Teachers will stay with your children at all times until you or someone listed on your carpool form arrives. Our backup evacuation is KinderCare across the street at 3805 Gelding Lane.


Children with Special Needs

All children are welcome in our Early Childhood School. We do not discriminate based on race, color or national origin in the admission of our students. We do everything that is possible to accommodate all children in our program. Our Early Childhood School is affiliated with the Jewish Social Service Agency (JSSA), the Partnership for Jewish Life and Learning (PJLL) and the Center for Outreach in Education (CORE). They can provide support help, classroom observations, and recommendations for professional referrals and training for staff to support children with special needs.

When we have a child that is having difficulty in our typical early childhood school classroom, we will consult with parents and our representatives from JSSA, PJLL or CORE. We will work exhaustively with parents, the Early Childhood School staff and any support personnel hired by the parents (for example, educational consultants, physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, psychologists, etc.) to accommodate your child.

If it is decided that the child can be accommodated in our classroom with a trained support person providing one-on-one help for that child, it is hoped that the early childhood school program will continue for that child. Our affiliated agencies will provide training for our staff and consult with the parents and the professional staff the parents are using.

It needs to be understood by all parties involved that parents must pay for the additional support person in the classroom and CORE’s training of that support person. The parents must also pay for consultations, testing and professional services. It would be expected that parents would work with the Early Childhood School staff to get the appropriate support help and be involved in the development and individual education plan for their child.

We will make every effort to work with you and your child. If, however, after exhaustive measures, we are not able to sustain a classroom environment for all of the children that is consistent with the Early Childhood School’s philosophy and goals, it may become necessary to find another program for your child. 


Parent Handbook

All families are required to read and abide by the Parent Handbook. Please visit www.ecsolney.org to read the handbook.


Non-refundable Camp Registration Fee: $65


Tue, July 5 2022 6 Tammuz 5782