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Resources For Current and Prospective Families

On this page you will find information and required forms related to enrolling your child(ren) at Ohr Kodesh Early Childhood Center for 2021-2022 as well for current students.

Talk & Tour Sessions - 12/8 8:30 am, 12/10 10:00am, 12/15 8:30am, 12/17 10:00am & 1/7 8:30am

RSVP to Ruthie Cohen at rcohen@ohrkodesh.org

2021-2022 ECC Calendar & Friday Shabbat Closing Times

The following forms provide you with all the necessary information to register your child for the 2021-2022 school year.

Resource Documents

  • Current 2020-2021 ECC Calendar
  • Covid-19 Health & Safety Protocols
  • Exclusion & Closure Policies - (Updated 10/4/21)
  • OKECC Family Handbook - (Updated 9/24/21)  Please note the content of the the Covid-19 Healthy & Safety Protocols takes precedent over the OKECC Family Handbook. It is published solely for the communication with members of Ohr Kodesh Early Childhood Center. Its use for any other purpose is not authorized. Replacement or additional copies may be purchased from the school.
  • A Parent's Guide To Regulated Child Care - Note: In lieu of submitting the signature page from this brochure, please initial the applicable statement on the online registration form as indication that you have been provided a copy of the brochure. A hard copy is available upon request.

Registration Forms (2021-2022)

Required Forms

Prior to your child's first day of school, the Office of Child Care (OCC) requires the following forms be on file at our school. All enrollment forms for 2021-2022 should be submitted by August 1, 2022. These forms must be completed every school year and for each child enrolled. 

Please note, the OCC periodically updates the forms. Completed forms submitted prior to an update remain valid, but any old versions submitted after an update will not be accepted. Therefore, please be sure to check this website for the most recent form before filling out or forwarding to your doctor.  

Forms are valid for one year from the signature date and will need to be renewed if they expire prior to the end of the 2020-2021 school year (e.g., a Health Inventory dated July 2020, will expire in July 2021, and therefore an updated form would be required for attendance through the remainder of the school year). (NOTE: If your child is due for a wellness visit between August 1, 2021, and August 31, 2022, then please contact us.)

  • Emergency Form (2021-2022)-  This form is updated annually. Complete all items on Side 1 of the form.
    • Parents should use their name if they are the only authorized to pick up their child on a daily basis. It cannot be left blank. 
    • When parents cannot be reached, a local person needs to be one of the contacts on the list. 
    • If your child has a condition(s) which might require emergency medical care, please complete Side 2. 
  • Health Inventory Part I, Part II, and Blood Lead Testing Certificate:
  1. Part I is to be completed and signed by a parent.
  2. Part II must be signed by your child’s doctor, regardless of whether the medical office opts to provide a computer printout of the required information. If your child's doctor attaches a printout, then it must include all of the information requested on the original form and must be signed, dated and stamped by the doctor's office.
  3. Blood Lead Testing Certificate to be completed and signed by a parent and/or doctor. Only if all answers to Section A are "No" is a parent signature sufficient; otherwise, your child's doctor must complete and sign the form.  
  • Immunization Chart (Doctor offices may complete the information directly on the form or provide a printout on office letterhead. Regardless of the format used, all documents require the doctor's signature, date and stamp.)
  • Medication Administration Authorization Form (A separate form must be completed for each medicine to be kept on site. A doctor's signature is required on each form for all prescription medicines. All prescription and nonprescription medicines must be in the original container with any labels intact and be within the current use date. Prescription medicines must also have the pharmacy label intact. Note: Basic care items, such as sunscreen, insect repellent, and diaper ointment, may be authorized via your child’s online account/registration form.)
  • Allergy Action Form and Asthma Alert Form (To be completed and signed by both a parent and doctor, as applicable to each form. These forms are required for any child with a listed allergy or asthma condition noted on their Health Inventory and/or their Medical Administration Authorization Form. If your child requires medication to be kept at the school please see directions above for Medication Administration Authorization Form.)

 

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