School age children at JLU participate in a variety of activities designed to foster cognitive, social and spiritual development through planned activities, centers and teacher led devotionals.
School age students, ages 5 - 12, will be asked to wear a face covering while in care at JLU. Exceptions may be made for the following circumstances:
Full day care will be offered to all children ages 5 to 12 during the 2020-21 school year.
Students will have structured learning time from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily with the opportunity for online learning. Teachers will work with students to complete assignments and assist with remote learning needs.
All students will be able to link to center WiFi during designated learning times to attend online class sessions and complete assignments as needed. They will also have access to all basic school and classroom supplies onsite at the center.
On full days of care, a nutritious lunch is also provided to all students in addition to breakfast and snack.
Our before and after care program is only available to students in the Spencerport Central School District.
All children arriving prior to 8 a.m. are given an opportunity to eat breakfast prior to leaving for school. Children are walked to their bus stop each day by their teacher and then met at the bus stop again in the afternoon to be escorted into the building. Snack is served upon arrival in the afternoon.
Busing is available to students residing in the Spencerport School District.
Elementary school students have the option to be bused to and from:
To set up busing, parents must contact the Spencerport Transportation Department at 349-5000.
If your child attends Cosgrove Middle School, they will be required to walk to and from school from JLU each day.
To register - download, complete and return the following:
Completed forms can be e-mailed to email@example.com, dropped off at JLU, or faxed to 585-352-6744. Once received a $50 non-refundable registration fee will be charged to the account listed on the Tuition Express form to secure your spot.
Students enrolled in school do not need to submit a medical statement. However, children with special health care needs may need additional paperwork.