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HVP April 2017

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18 Hudson Valley Parent n April 2017 18 Hudson Valley Parent n April 2017 107 Route 82, Fishkill (845) 896-9209 fi shkillbaptist "Most Loved Preschool, 2017" April 22 9am-12noon Affordable Tuition Ages 3 & 4 and Bridge Program Can't make it? Call to arrange a tour today Learning Together, where children explore the world the way they learn best, through play! • A happy, safe and caring environment encouraging a child's physical, creative, and intellectual growth • Serving children of all abilities • Early and after care hours available Kathy Masloski, Director 845-883-5151 40 Park Lane, Highland, NY 12528 AN INTEGRATED PRESCHOOL PROGRAM Open House April 29 th • 10am-2pm 130 Dubois Road, New Paltz • 845-255-6668 • Currently enrolling for Summer Camps And School Year 2017-18 PreK thru 3 rd Grade Hands on Experiential Learning W hile it's hard to put a price tag on their children's learning and growth, parents certainly have their family budgets to think about when consid- ering camp. The good news is that there is a camp program to fit nearly every budget. With a little research, parents can find ways they may not have thought of to make camp affordable. Not only can a parent look for camps within a certain price range, they may also reduce certain costs by asking some key questions. Here are six ways to find the right camp at the right price. 1. Do your research. Hudson Valley Parent's Camp Guide, which can be found at guide, is filled with dozens of camps throughout the Hudson Valley and beyond. You can find the best camp for your child at a price you can afford. 2. Search for lower rates. Fees to attend camp vary, and parents may be surprised to learn that fees can be as low as $100 per week for day camps. Among resident camps, one out of every four camps has weekly fees between $100 and $300. 3. Ask camps what financial assistance is available. Most camps offer some sort of financial assistance to families, usually in the form of "camperships." Camperships can cover a portion or all of the camp enrollment fees. The camp may not offer this option up front, so parents do need to ask if assistance is available. 4. Check to see if the camp offers special discounts. Camps offer discounts for situations such as There is a camp out there for every budget

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