For payments of 3, 6 and 12 months, payment is made on the 25th of the month before the ACH or the first month for the EFT after the end of the payment cycle. The materials tax covers the cost of replacing borrowed materials, such as answer books and library books. Registration and material fees are a one-time fee when registering as long as the student remains in current student status. A Kumon student can benefit from a calendar month without tuition fees and without Kumon work for a calendar year. This is defined as a one-month absence. If a student is absent for more than one calendar month in a calendar year, he or she falls into the status. When a student returns to Kumon, he or she is subject to a $40 fee for re-enrollment. Student visit: Students can take classes 1 to 2 days a week. It is important that students systematically to 1 day a week for filming in their homework, recording new homework and concluding center tasks. Students are at the center for about 20-30 minutes per theme per class session. Students must arrive at least 30 minutes before closing to perform daily tasks.
Students who arrive after this period can only use completed tasks and accumulate new tasks, students must not stay at the centre and finish their work. Class Policy: Our Kumon Center classroom is a quiet place to learn. We ask students and parents to take this into account and to speak in a library tone during the main course of instruction. We welcome the opportunity to answer parenting questions, but in order for our students to make the most of their Kumon session, we ask that parents with questions or concerns should ask for work for an imminent absence or leave, change contact information or discuss the schedule so that it can be done outside of school hours. Please call the center outside of school hours at 419-874-8029 or email us at [email protected]. If we have some problems in advance (the child has had homework problems, skipped tasks, absences or imminent leave, etc.), we can prepare to solve problems before or as soon as your child arrives, and thus make the most of his time at the centre. This will also help reduce distractions in the middle and maximize each child`s time in the middle.