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           WELCOME TO RUMNS

 We offer hands-on age appropriate experiences in a loving, caring, Christian atmosphere.  Our activities are designed to help your child grow intellectually, socially, emotionally, physically, and spiritually.

UPCOMING EVENTS
February 1
Registration Opens
 February 15
Closed for Presidents Day
March 29 - April 5
CONTACT US

Reisterstown United Methodist Nursery School

246 Main Street

Reisterstown, MD 21136

Rumns234@gmail.com

Registrar: Lani Hoffmann

                  443-996-9375

rumns234@gmail.com

Contact:

Aftercare  Mrs. Brennan - 443-904-1193

3's teacher Ms. Hutchinson - 410-387-9911

4's teacher Mrs. Hoffmann -  443-996-9375

 

  Registration for the 2021-2022 School Year is open now!

     

    We offer full day and half day programs for two, three and four year olds.

     

        September through June: Preschool classes from 9 a.m to 12 noon.

        Early drop off and breakfast from 7:30 a.m. is available.

        Around the World themed Aftercare Program available from 12 to 5:30 pm.

                       Visit our Classes and Fees page for more details.

                New This Year.....

    We will offer Summer Camp programs for those interested in summer care.

        Our 8 Week Program will have weekly themes such as Camping Adventures,

          Women of the Bible, Sports, Science Exploration, Dr. Seuss, and more.

        

         You can sign up for all 8 weeks, or just those that you desire.

   

        See the attached flyer and brochure for more information.

            

                              

Closed for Easter break
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Children's toys, clothes, books and DVDs wanted:

The school is collecting gently used items to consign at The Tot Spot.  All proceeds will be used to provide scholarships for students in need.  We believe all children should have the opportunity to receive an Early Childhood Education. 

     

Contact us at rumns234@gmail.com

to arrange drop off.

How Are We Keeping Safe?

We are monitoring and following guidance from state and local authorities as well as the CDC in order to provide a safe and healthy learning environment for all.  Some of the things we are doing to keep our children safe are:

Daily staff and child health checks

New drop off and pick-up routines

face coverings worn by teachers and staff

safe, individual snack preparation

teaching new ways to greet each other and play

individual arts and craft supply kits (crayons, markers, etc.)

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