The Day Program

The Day program is open to students, faculty and the community. Three sessions are available: Monday through Friday; Monday, Wednesday, Friday; or Tuesday, Thursday. All sessions are full day only. Children will be admitted into the five-day sessions first, followed by children whose parents wish them to attend only two or three days. The Day Program operates on a 12 month basis and is a self-supporting program funded by parent fees.

2009-2010 Lab Fee Schedule for Day Programs (monthly rates)

CLASSROOM

FULL TIME Monday - Friday

3 DAYS Mon. Wed. Fri.

2 DAYS Tues. Thurs

YOUNG KOALAS (6 months - 15 months)
$1500
$1024
$733

KOALAS (15 months - 2 years)

$1197

$798

$637

DINOSAURS (2 - 3 years) $1083 $736 $533
CRICKETS (3 - 4 years)

$985

$679 $470

DRAGONS (4 - 5 years)

$918

$633

$419

The Evening Program

This Evening program is open to enrolled students of the Glendale Community College only. Student parents may choose from one to four nights between the hours of 6 p.m. and 10 p.m., and must enroll each semester. The program is open to children between the ages of 2 and 5 years of age. The Evening program is funded by parent fees.

2009-2010 Lab Fee Schedule for Evening Programs (monthly rates)

CLASSROOM

4 NIGHTS

3 NIGHTS

2 NIGHTS

1 NIGHT

WOMBATS & NIGHTOWLS (Non-State Preschool)

$143

$110

$77

$40

State Preschool Program

The State Preschool program is funded through the California State Department of Education, Child Development Division. The 4 hour program is open to students who are income eligible and enrolled in Glendale Community College. The State Preschool program is available to children of eligible student parents between the ages of 3 and 4 years of age, four nights a week from 6p.m. and 10 p.m.

Los Angles Universal Preschool Program

Los Angeles Universal Preschool (LAUP) is an independent public benefit corporation created in 2004 and funded by First 5 LA - the commission established by Proposition 10. LAUP lays the foundation for a child's success in school and later in life by supporting quality programs through careful reviews of teacher qualifications, class sizes, adult/child ratios, and the environment and providing new resources to existing programs to help improve quality. The program is available to all 4-year olds enrolled in the laboratory school in both the evening and day programs

Program for Infant Toddler Care

PITC is funded by the California Department of Education, Child Development Division through the federal Child Care and Development Funds earmarked for Infant/Toddler Capacity Building, and managed by WestEd, Center for Child and Family. The Program for Infant/Toddler Care conducts Trainer Institutes, which are offered to educators, program managers, and other professionals responsible for training future teachers. The Laboratory school practices the essential PITC policies of Primary Care, Small Groups and Continuity of Care which enhances teacher-child relationships, provides a culturally responsive and family oriented program, and gives teacher candidates a chance to observe warm, sensitive interactions with children.

Last updated: 9/22/2009 3:15:23 PM