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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to be a Congregation Bet Haverim partner (member) to enroll my child at Gan Haverim?

No, we welcome non-partners and we accept children of all faith backgrounds. However, partners do receive discounts and are given priority for enrollment.

How much is due at registration?

Gan Haverim requires the registration fee and the last month’s tuition at time of enrollment.  The first month’s tuition is due by your child’s first day of attendance.

When can I enroll my child?

New enrollments are welcome at any time of the year, depending upon space availability.

If I sign the contract, how long is my commitment?

Gan Haverim is a year-round program.  An enrolled family may end their contract at any time with 30 days written notice.  Additionally, Gan Haverim reserves the right to terminate a child’s enrollment if it is determined that the needs of the child and the family cannot be met by the program.

Why isn't tuition pro-rated when the preschool is closed, or for holidays?

Pricing is based upon a year-long commitment, broken down into monthly payments, which already accounts for school closures.

Do you serve lunch and snacks at school?

A morning and afternoon snack are provided day.  Families are required to provide a vegetarian lunch for their child.

Are you a nut free environment?

Gan Haverim is NOT a nut free environment.  Peanut products may be included in children’s lunches.  It is not possible to guarantee that children will not be exposed to nut products.

Additional questions?

Please contact Director Rhoda Rohnstock at ganhaverim@behaverim.org, or 530-758-0842, ext. 105.

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