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Thank you for your interest in the Spokane Valley Seventh-day Adventist School. Please contact the school office at 509.926.0955 or send an email requesting an Education Consultation today!  Below is some important registration information:

We encourage all families to make their Tuition payments through the FACTS Tuition Management Company.  There will be a fee paid directly to them based upon the payment plan selected.  Please talk with the school office if you would rather pay the school directly.
 
**Please note:  If your child starts school after the first day of school or withdraws from school anytime before the end of the school year, tuition is prorated by dividing the total tuition due for the school year by 180 days and then multiplying that amount by the number of days your child was enrolled in school.
 
After School Care Charges:        $6 per hour per student – billed in 15 minute increments.  Charges will be billed monthly.

  • *After school care is available until 5:30 PM, Monday-Thursday; 3:30 PM, Fridays.
  • Late fees of $1 per minute will be charged until students are picked up if they remain after the designated hours. 

  
Tuition reductions offered:

  • Annual Payment – 5% (cash or check) or 3% (credit card) discount if full year paid by the first day of school. 
  • Multiple Child – 10% off 2nd child; 15% off 3rd child; 20% off 4th child. (tuition only)


Register & pay Entrance Fees by the following dates for savings:

  • Register your children for next year by March 31 for $100 off of entrance fees!  
  • Those who register by April 30 will receive a savings of $75.
  • Register by May 31 and save $50.


Dress Code Guidelines
 
School Uniforms for the 2018-19 school year.  Please see the Uniform Regulations section for more information.  In addition we would like to include the following guidelines:

For Girls & Boys:  Hair should be neatly groomed - No extreme styles or color in hair will be allowed.  Jewelry such as bracelets, chains, earrings, necklaces, rings, and other conspicuous ornament should not be worn or brought to school.  "Free" dress days guidelines include no short shorts or skirts; girls - no spaghetti straps, no sleeveless tops/dresses; boys - no tank tops or sleeveless t-shirts; pants should be neat & clean (no holes in the knees).  Please note: NO flip flops allowed. 

For Girls:  Make-up and fingernail polish, if worn, should be natural looking.
 
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IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS BEFORE ENTERING SCHOOL:
 
According to Washington State Law, if school authorities do not receive immunization information prior to attendance the child must be denied attendance until the information is received. 
 
 
WASHINGTON STATE LAW REQUIRES:
 
            Kindergarten-5th Grade students must have:
                                    Three doses:         (3) Hepatitis B
                                    Five doses:            (5) DTaP/Td/Tdap (within the correct timeframes)
                                    Four doses:           (4) Polio (within the correct timeframes)
                                    Two doses:            (2) MMR (within the correct timeframes)
                                    Two doses:            (2) Varicella (within the correct timeframes) OR (Healthcare provider verifies child had disease)
 
            Students in 6th-8th Grade must have:
                                    Three doses:         (3) Hepatitis B (within the correct timeframes)
                                    Five doses:            (5) DTaP  AND  One dose Tdap  (all within the correct timeframes)
                                    Four doses:           (4) Polio  (within the correct timeframes)
                                    Two doses:            (2) MMR (within the correct timeframes) 
                                    Two doses:            (2) Varicella (within the correct timeframes) OR (Healthcare provider verifies child had disease) 
 
 Washington State Law requires that all children have a completed & updated Certificate of Immunization Status form on file at the school, preschool or a child care facility that they attend.  Please check to make sure your child’s immunization record is up to date. 
 
Please note:  Certificates of Exemption indicating that you have opted out of having your children immunized are available in the school office.  However, you will need the signature of your child's licensed health care provider in order for the form to be complete.

If you have any questions regarding immunization requirements, please contact the school at (509) 926-0955 and we will try to assist you.  Thank you for your cooperation.

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Dear Parents,
It would help us if you would take a few moments and answer these questions.  Please return this with your registration packet.

To download the document to fill out, click HERE.

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