Forms And Enrollment

Please only register if intending for application of enrollment. Please email all inquiries prior to registration. For new families, please contact the school for meet and greet tour following submission of Registration paperwork. klahanieschool@gmail.com

Klahanie School Form documents can be found here and online New Family Registration please go to https://www.jovial.org/klahanieschool/register

Returning Klahanie School families, please register through your jovial portal at http://www.jovial.org/klahanieschool/family

Registration Forms found online https://www.jovial.org/klahanieschool/register

2022-2023 School Schedule

September 2022-August 2023

3-6yrs Montessori Anti-bias Multiage Class: Mondays-Thursdays 8:30am-Noon. Tuition $635.00 monthly (August tuition: $200)

2yr-3yrs Montessori Anti-bias Class: Monday-Wednesday 12:30-2:30pm. Tuition $540.00 monthly (August tuition: $190)

One Time Art/Materials & Facilities Fee: $230.00

Tuition costs for 2022-23 programs increased due to increased insurance rates and outside entities administrative cost increases 2022, 2023 calendar years. Some holiday dates might be adjusted to compliment when VISD Vashon Island School District posts the 2022-23 calendar.

Registration Forms required with non-refundable first month’s tuition deposit for enrollment. Klahanie-School Venmo, Cashapp or check. Credit Card payments available online with a service fee.

Please contact our school Executive Director Emily Graham with any questions regarding scholarship/financial aid, sibling rate and referral supports. We support community and offer financial assistance when needed.

Klahanie School Handbook is found below, please read and agree to all policies prior to registration. MAILING ADDRESS CHANGE: PO BOX 2426 VASHON, WA. 98070

Montessori education is multi-age and multi-year family commitment. Thank you for only applying to Klahanie School once you have read over the Logistics & Montessori Foundations page, found on this website, and support the multi-year and multi-age foundation for your child(ren). Exceptions made for transferring students. Thank you for the help maintaining our high levels of child focused care and education experience for the youth we are honored to work with.

Registration Forms found online https://www.jovial.org/klahanieschool/register

UPCOMING: September 2023-August 2024 : Registration will open NOVEMBER 1, 2022

2-3 yr class Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 8:30am-11am

3-6 yr class Monday-Thursday 11:30am-2:30pm

Tuition Assistance:

Contact Klahanie School Executive Director if you are in need of tuition assistance. You will indicate on your Klahanie School Tuition Assistance Sheet your needs and please submit promptly with enrollment paperwork. All financial situations will be assessed respectfully and solutions always made for families seeking enrollment for our program either through sliding scale or set scholarship from auction event earnings.

MAILING ADDRESS CHANGE: PO BOX 2426 VASHON, WA. 98070

Klahanie School Governing Documents:

Klahanie School Guardian Handbook, ALL POLICIES LISTED. PLEASE READ BEFORE REGISTRATION: MAILING ADDRESS CHANGE: PO BOX 2426 VASHON, WA. 98070

Registration Forms found online https://www.jovial.org/klahanieschool/register

Dear Vashon Parents and Families,

From the State Department of Health about COVID-19 health and safety guidance for schools this fall.

Washington state updated its COVID-19 school and child care guidance on August 5, 2022. Following these safety measures reduces the spread of COVID-19. This letter explains how the updated guidance impacts your family and the community.

Health and Safety Requirements for this Fall:

  • Students and staff who show symptoms of COVID-19 are required to stay home, and should get tested for COVID-19. 
  • Students and staff who test positive for COVID-19 are required to isolate at home for 5 additional days after testing positive or onset of symptoms. If symptoms improve and they have had no fever for the past 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications, students and staff can come back to school. 
  • Students and staff returning to school after isolation should wear a well-fitted mask from days 6 to 10. Individuals returning to school from isolation should also remain masked for sports and other extracurricular activities.
  • Re-testing is not required for return to school if symptoms improve and they have had no fever for the past 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medications and have been isolated at home for 5 days. If families and/or staff choose to re-test, students and staff who test positive after 5 days of isolation must stay at home for the full 10-day isolation period.
  • Schools must inform students, families, and staff when there are cases or outbreaks in school. Schools are no longer required to directly notify high risk students or staff. We will continue to communicate cases to families by the district data dashboard. Any outbreaks will be reported to families by letter and reported to PHSKC.

These requirements are in place for all public and private K-12 schools and child care facilities in Washington state. Schools and child care facilities are required by state law to follow these guidelines.

To reduce the spread of COVID-19, Vashon Island School District offers free COVID-19 testing for staff and students at school. You can find more information about this program at our district website.

COVID-19 vaccinations remain the best protection for everyone against hospitalization and severe disease from COVID-19. The COVID-19 vaccine is now available for children 6 months and older. Booster doses are also available for children 5 years and older. You are encouraged to vaccinate your children if they are eligible, in consultation with your healthcare provider. 

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“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.

~The Lorax

“It is not possible to be in favor of justice for some people and not be in favor of justice for all people.”

~Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

“As a child, I used to visit the point where the water bubbled up from the belly of the earth to form a stream. I imagine that very few people have been lucky enough to see the source of a river.”

~Dr. Wangari Maathai
Photo of our Klahanie School Singing Bowl and bell, used for gentle transitioning and the rock, one of our Talking Pieces used in non-COVID-19 for each to hold. During COVID-19, we use movement in circle and individualized Talking Pieces to hold in Circle.
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