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Tuition Payments
Tuition payments are due on the first day of the week that your child attends.

  • If payment is not made by Wednesday, your tuition will be considered past due and a $15.00 late fee will be charged. If payment is not received by drop off on Friday, a Do Not Admit Notice will be issued to the classroom. At this point your child will not be allowed to attend until your balance is paid in full.
  • If you would like to pay on a monthly basis, this can be done in advance using the billing weeks listed on your school calendar. (Example: In September there are 4 billing weeks. Take the tuition amount as stated on your agreement times that by 4 and pay that amount at the beginning of the month.) Please place all payments in the locking mailbox outside the main entrance door. Do not give payments to the teachers or leave them in your child’s school bag. The teachers are not responsible for getting your payment to the office.

Registration Fee and Escrow Deposit
A non-refundable registration fee must be submitted prior to the child’s start date of any given program.

An escrow deposit in the amount of one week’s tuition is required prior to enrollment. This deposit is applied to the last week of school the child attends for the year.

William Penn Center
9300 New Falls Road
Fallsington, PA 19054, United States
Phone number: 212-295-8154


This Confidentiality Policy has been adopted to assure confidentiality and protection of individual rights to privacy for children, families, and employees of William Penn Center.  The individual dignity of children, families, and employees shall be respected and protected at all times in accordance with law.

Information about children, families, or employees should not be divulged to anyone other than persons who are authorized to receive such information. This policy extends to both internal and external disclosure.

Confidentiality of Children’s and Families’ Information:

a. All children’s records must be locked in a secure file.

b. Access to children’s records is limited to appropriate employees.

c. Children’s records must not be removed from the center.

d. Children’s records must never be left out on desks, tables, etc. where other people may have access to them.

e. Children’s or family’s private information must never be discussed among employees except on a “need to know” basis. Employees must be particularly aware of their surroundings when discussing this information. Special caution must be taken to be sure other children, families, or employees do not overhear information which is private.

f.   Discussion of children’s or families’ information with volunteers, other families, friends, or community members is prohibited.

g.   Information and documents which are considered confidential are medical records, educational records, special needs records, family records, financial records, and any other private information about  the children or their families.

h.   All requests for release of information will be coordinated by the Program Coordinator.

i.   Information will only be released with the express written consent of the child’s parent or legal guardian.

Confidentiality of Employee’s Information

a. All of an employee’s records must be locked in a secure file.

b. Access to an employee’s records is limited to appropriate employees.

c. An employee’s records must not be removed from the center.

d. An employee’s records must never be left out on desks, tables, etc. where other people may have access to them.

e. An Employee’s private information must never be discussed among employees except on a “need to know” basis.  Employees must be particularly aware of their surroundings when discussing this information.  Special caution must be taken to be sure other children, families, or employees do not overhear information which is private.

f.   Discussion of an employee’s information with volunteers, families, friends, or community members is prohibited.

g.   Information and documents which are considered confidential are medical records, educational records, employment records, financial or pay records, and any other private information about the employee.

h.   All requests for release of information will be coordinated by Center Director or Administrator

i.   Information will only be released with the express written consent of the employee.

Violation of Confidentiality Policy

Any employee who violates the Confidentiality Policy will be subject to disciplinary action including termination.

William Penn Center
9300 New Falls Road
Fallsington, PA 19054, United States
Phone number: 212-295-8154


In the event of the withdrawal of a child, the escrow payment is refunded only if two week’s written notice is given with the documented reason for withdrawal.

No refunds will be given for vacations, holidays, illnesses, or program cancellations due to inclement weather or utility emergencies.