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Testimonials

"My children are my greatest treasure. Choosing a place for them to spend their days away from me while Iím at work is not a decision I take lightly. Iím so pleased we found Martin Luther Child Development Center. The preschool age program was filled with enriching programming and a nurturing ..."

Mia Croyle

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Is Martin Luther Christian School and Child Development State Licensed?
A. The childcare portion of Martin Luther is a state licensed program. The 4K, Preschool and Junior Kindergarten classrooms are not a part of the state licensed group center.

Q. Are you a nut free environment?
A. Martin Luther Christian School and Child Development Center is a peanut and tree nut free facility. All food made at Martin Luther and brought in must not only be peanut and tree nut free, but also may not be processed in a plant that contains peanuts/tree nuts.

Q. How does Martin Luther handle snow days?
A. 4K, Junior Kindergarten, and Preschool will follow the Stoughton Area School District protocol on snow days. The childcare facility will remain open for families enrolled in childcare. If the childcare must close due to inclement weather, we will notify childcare families.

Q. Are meals and snacks provided?
A. 
Breakfast, morning snack, lunch, and afternoon snack is provided to the children enrolled in childcare. Junior Kindergarten students are required to bring a cold lunch. Preschool and 4K students will rotate bringing in snack for their class.

Q. What am I responsible to provide for my infant?
A. 
Families are responsible for bringing formula/breastmilk, baby food, diapers (if not signed up for our diaper program), bottles, wipes, and extra clothes.

Q. If I take my family on vacation, do I need to pay for childcare?
A. 
Tuition is charged weekly to enrolled families. Families are allotted 2 weeks of vacation to use from September-August each year. This can be used for days the child is ill, or on vacation.

Q. Do I have to enroll in childcare 5 days per week?
A. 
Martin Luther offers a variety of full and part time options. Please contact the center to for more information.

Q. What is the difference between 4K and Junior Kindergarten?
A. 
4K is a program offered through Stoughton Area School District for students who are four years of age by September 1st. This is a half day program with morning or afternoon options. Junior Kindergarten is tuition based, full day program that consists of 4K in the morning, followed by an afternoon JK program. Junior Kindergarten offers a structured school environment, which includes P.E., computer class, art, as well as a religious component.

Q. What is the difference between Preschool and Childcare?
A. 
Preschool is a structured setting for children to socialize, learn, and grow as they get ready for 4K. Preschool consists of three hours per day and families can choose to enroll for two, three or four days per week. Children enrolled in preschool must be three by 9/1 and potty trained.

Childcare is an all day, structured setting for preschool age children to attend daily. Children do not have to be three by 9/1 and do not have to be potty trained.

Q. Is there a sibling discount for childcare?
A. 
Martin Luther Childcare offers a sibling discount of 15% towards the weekly rate for the oldest sibling. If there are more than two children, then a 20% sibling discount will be applied to the weekly tuition rate for each additional older child.

There is not a sibling discount for children enrolled in Preschool and Junior Kindergarten. 

Q. Is Martin Luther Christian School and Child Development State Licensed?
A. The childcare portion of Martin Luther is a state licensed program. The 4K, Preschool and Junior Kindergarten classrooms are not a part of the state licensed group center.

Q. Are you a nut free environment?
A. Martin Luther Christian School and Child Development Center is a peanut and tree nut free facility. All food made at Martin Luther and brought in must not only be peanut and tree nut free, but also may not be processed in a plant that contains peanuts/tree nuts.

Q. How does Martin Luther handle snow days?
A. 4K, Junior Kindergarten, and Preschool will follow the Stoughton Area School District protocol on snow days. The childcare facility will remain open for families enrolled in childcare. If the childcare must close due to inclement weather, we will notify childcare families.

Q. Are meals and snacks provided?
A. 
Breakfast, morning snack, lunch, and afternoon snack is provided to the children enrolled in childcare. Junior Kindergarten students are required to bring a cold lunch. Preschool and 4K students will rotate bringing in snack for their class.

Q. What am I responsible to provide for my infant?
A. 
Families are responsible for bringing formula/breastmilk, baby food, diapers (if not signed up for our diaper program), bottles, wipes, and extra clothes.

Q. If I take my family on vacation, do I need to pay for childcare?
A. 
Tuition is charged weekly to enrolled families. Families are allotted 2 weeks of vacation to use from September-August each year. This can be used for days the child is ill, or on vacation.

Q. Do I have to enroll in childcare 5 days per week?
A. 
Martin Luther offers a variety of full and part time options. Please contact the center to for more information.

Q. What is the difference between 4K and Junior Kindergarten?
A. 
4K is a program offered through Stoughton Area School District for students who are four years of age by September 1st. This is a half day program with morning or afternoon options. Junior Kindergarten is tuition based, full day program that consists of 4K in the morning, followed by an afternoon JK program. Junior Kindergarten offers a structured school environment, which includes P.E., computer class, art, as well as a religious component.

Q. What is the difference between Preschool and Childcare?
A. 
Preschool is a structured setting for children to socialize, learn, and grow as they get ready for 4K. Preschool consists of three hours per day and families can choose to enroll for two, three or four days per week. Children enrolled in preschool must be three by 9/1 and potty trained.

Childcare is an all day, structured setting for preschool age children to attend daily. Children do not have to be three by 9/1 and do not have to be potty trained.

Q. Is there a sibling discount for childcare?
A. 
Martin Luther Childcare offers a sibling discount of 15% towards the weekly rate for the oldest sibling. If there are more than two children, then a 20% sibling discount will be applied to the weekly tuition rate for each additional older child.

There is not a sibling discount for children enrolled in Preschool and Junior Kindergarten.