2019-2020 REGISTRATION UPDATE:We are happy to announce that MCC will begin using Community Pass for the 2019-2020 school year. We believe Community Pass will prove to be a great resource for our program. It will help us streamline our attendance, billing, and many other important aspects of the program. As we facilitate this transition, we will be slightly delayed in our registration timeline for the upcoming school year. Registration is scheduled to open early August 2019; our "Early Bird Registration" deadline will be moved back to September 1st, 2019. Along with Community Pass, there will be changes to our handbook/policies; these include tuition, coupon book use for drop-in, and a few other important changes, so please read our handbook and familiarize yourselves with these at your earliest convenience.Throughout the school year, if you are interested in joining the MCC Program, you may register at anytime, but you must register online and submit payment prior to attending.To be enrolled for the first week of school, you need to be registered and current with payment on or before September 1st, 2019. If your account is not in good standing as of September 1st, you may be issued a late fee and/or be held out of the program to start the school year.
Welcome!Our program provides coverage for families before and after school to help working families and/or other circumstances that may exist. We at MCC recognize that the work we do is important, and critical for the students/families we work with.Just some of the important things we offer at MCC which makes our program so great:
Also, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Thank you, and have a great school year!Sincerely,Steven PellegrinoDirector, Montvale Child Care Program
With remarkable dedication, our supervision provides a safe environment for families to lend their precious loved ones.
From playing on the playground with friends and peers to arts and crafts, and even special event days, we offer many fun-filled activities.
The ability to socialize with other students, even those who may not be in their classes, in a more informal group settings can help students feel more included and connected.
Amazing staff/resources to help students complete homework, understand material, and be prepared not only for school, but for time with their family when they return home.
MCC may feel more forgiving to some children than school does, and the stakes are not quite as high. Some children really "come out of their shells" at MCC.