FAQs

Yes, our staff will be vaccinated for COVID-19.

All students and teachers will be assigned a specific cohort in which they will spend their day. Students will remain with the same group and the same teacher to reduce any unnecessary interactions.

This means that students will be assigned to tracks with different schedules, so they are not out of their classrooms simultaneously. By doing this, keeping the kids with their cohort/pods will be much simpler and prevent them from interacting with other cohorts/pods.

We are limiting our class sizes to 5 -7 kids per class. The program will have no more than 40 – 50 students.

The center will open at 8:00 a.m. and close at 6:00 p.m. Classes will begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at 5:45 p.m. Parents can pick up their child early if needed during recreational classes.

We are offering curbside and driveway drop-off and pick-up services. When parents are dropping their child, a staff member will greet the child at the parent’s vehicle to perform a temperature and health check. Then the child will be escorted inside the facility. Parents will need to communicate with the staff and message their arrival (15 mins advance notice is preferred) for pick-ups. Upon arrival, they can park and message their parking space number or pull up to the driveway or curb. The child will then be escorted to the vehicle with all his or her belongings.

Our center will close at 6:00 p.m. After 6:00 p.m., parents will be charged $1 per minute past closing to be paid upon pickup.

We are discouraging parents and other visitors from entering the facility during school hours. However, if needed, parents can make an appointment with the front desk to arrange for entry for appointments to speak with the child’s teacher or any other reason.

Unfortunately, to keep the students safe, there will not be field trips this summer.

There will no longer be electives that students can select due to the limited number of students we are accepting. Instead, all students in the same cohort will participate in the assigned recreational classes at the scheduled time. This was the only way we could allow for social distancing.

For Kindergarten,1st,  2nd, and 3rd graders: art, educational games, legos, music & rhythm, movie time, origami, penmanship, sensory play, typing, and gaming sports.

For 4th and 5th graders: clay modeling, computers, creative structure building, gaming sports, movie time, origami & balloon art, Perler beads, scientific experiments, and trivia.

For 6th to 8th graders: clay modeling, computers, creative structure building, gaming sports, model building, movie time, origami & balloon art, Perler beads, scientific experiments, and trivia.

Unfortunately, tracks are assigned by grade level and cannot be selected.

We are not able to guarantee siblings will be registered to the same track. However, parents are welcome to pick up their children for any reason throughout the day.

Meals and snacks will not be included this year. Parents are encouraged to pack their child’s lunch and snacks. If needed, a Lunch Subscription can be purchased for $175 as an add-on. Lunches will all be individually packaged in separate containers and distributed to students during lunch for those that are subscribed. Please notify staff of student’s allergies when adding on the Lunch Subscription.

Yes, a menu will be provided and also made available on our website before the start of Summer Camp. All meals will be packaged individually in a closed container or sealed bag to prevent cross-contamination and distributed during lunch. Please alert the staff when subscribing to the Lunch Service of your child’s dietary restrictions and food allergies. Some foods on the menu include: sandwiches, hotdogs, hamburgers, pizza, fried rice or chow mein with two side dishes (1 vegetable and one protein), pasta dishes (i.e., spaghetti, mac & cheese), spam musubi, and rolls.

Harmony Tree Learning Center will provide 5 complimentary sealed water bottles on an -as-needed basis. And we will also allow students to store an extra water bottle in their cubby for refill purposes.

Unfortunately, we will not be able to refrigerate or heat up your child’s lunches as space in our refrigerator is limited, and there will not be extra staff members available to heat up lunches since all team members have been assigned supervisory tasks during staggered lunchtimes.

Yes, our staff will be vaccinated for COVID-19.

All students and teachers will be assigned a specific cohort in which they will spend their day. Students will remain with the same group and the same teacher to reduce any unnecessary interactions.

This means that students will be assigned to tracks with different schedules, so they are not out of their classrooms simultaneously. By doing this, keeping the kids with their cohort/pods will be much simpler and prevent them from interacting with other cohorts/pods.

We are limiting our class sizes to 5 -7 kids per class. The program will have no more than 40 – 50 students.

The center will open at 8:00 a.m. and close at 6:00 p.m. Classes will begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at 5:45 p.m. Parents can pick up their child early if needed during recreational classes.

We are offering curbside and driveway drop-off and pick-up services. When parents are dropping their child, a staff member will greet the child at the parent’s vehicle to perform a temperature and health check. Then the child will be escorted inside the facility. Parents will need to communicate with the staff and message their arrival (15 mins advance notice is preferred) for pick-ups. Upon arrival, they can park and message their parking space number or pull up to the driveway or curb. The child will then be escorted to the vehicle with all his or her belongings.

Our center will close at 6:00 p.m. After 6:00 p.m., parents will be charged $1 per minute past closing to be paid upon pickup.

We are discouraging parents and other visitors from entering the facility during school hours. However, if needed, parents can make an appointment with the front desk to arrange for entry for appointments to speak with the child’s teacher or any other reason.

Unfortunately, to keep the students safe, there will not be field trips this summer.

There will no longer be electives that students can select due to the limited number of students we are accepting. Instead, all students in the same cohort will participate in the assigned recreational classes at the scheduled time. This was the only way we could allow for social distancing.

For Kindergarten,1st, and 2nd graders: art, educational games, legos, music & rhythm, movie time, origami, penmanship, sensory play, typing, and gaming sports.

For 4th and 5th graders: clay modeling, computers, creative structure building, gaming sports, movie time, origami & balloon art, Perler beads, scientific experiments, and trivia.

For 6th to 8th graders: clay modeling, computers, creative structure building, gaming sports, model building, movie time, origami & balloon art, Perler beads, scientific experiments, and trivia.

Unfortunately, tracks are assigned by grade level and cannot be selected.

We are not able to guarantee siblings will be registered to the same track. However, parents are welcome to pick up their children for any reason throughout the day.

Meals and snacks will not be included this year. Parents are encouraged to pack their child’s lunch and snacks. If needed, a Lunch Subscription can be purchased for $175 as an add-on. Lunches will all be individually packaged in separate containers and distributed to students during lunch for those that are subscribed. Please notify staff of student’s allergies when adding on the Lunch Subscription.

Yes, a menu will be provided and also made available on our website before the start of Summer Camp. All meals will be packaged individually in a closed container or sealed bag to prevent cross-contamination and distributed during lunch. Please alert the staff when subscribing to the Lunch Service of your child’s dietary restrictions and food allergies. Some foods on the menu include: sandwiches, hotdogs, hamburgers, pizza, fried rice or chow mein with two side dishes (1 vegetable and one protein), pasta dishes (i.e., spaghetti, mac & cheese), spam musubi, and rolls.

Harmony Tree Learning Center will provide 5 complimentary sealed water bottles on an -as-needed basis. And we will also allow students to store an extra water bottle in their cubby for refill purposes.

Unfortunately, we will not be able to refrigerate or heat up your child’s lunches as space in our refrigerator is limited, and there will not be extra staff members available to heat up lunches since all team members have been assigned supervisory tasks during staggered lunchtimes.

2021 Summer Camp Registration

Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd grade are at capacity. If you would like to place your child on the waiting list. Please email us at info@harmonytree.org or fill out the contact form on the Contact Us page.

Registration is not confirmed until a $200 deposit per child is received and confirmation sent.

Thank you for your registration. A deposit can be made via Zelle (pay@harmonytree.org)
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Thank you for your registration. A deposit can be made via Zelle (pay@harmonytree.org)
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