Heritage Presbyterian Preschool is a non-profit organization affiliated with Heritage Presbyterian Church and is licensed by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. It is open to any child of the community regardless of race, religion, sex or national origin. Financially, the preschool operates independently of the Church. A copy of the budget is available from the Director.
The license is posted in the Preschool Office and the regulations governing preschools are available at the school for review. To report suspected violations, please contact the following:
Ohio Department of Job and Family Services: Day Care Licensing Section
Dayton/Vandalia Field Office
6680 Poe Avenue
Vandalia, OH 45414
The Preschool’s licensing record is available from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. The annual evaluation is posted in the Preschool Office for parental reference. Health, building, and fire inspections are also on file with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services and copies are on file in the Preschool Office.
Heritage Preschool is a readiness program licensed for a maximum of 48 children at any one time. Our program is divided into the following: 2 ½ , 3, 4, and 5 year-old classes.
A directory of names and telephone numbers of parents, custodians, or guardians of the children attending the Preschool is available upon request. The directory will only include names, addresses, and telephone numbers upon consent by the parents and will only be available to parents of children enrolled in the program. The consent forms for the directory are in the enrollment packet. The directory will be prepared annually.
A volunteer board oversees the operation of the Preschool. The Director maintains the daily operation of the program.
The Board consists of eight members made up of three members of Heritage Presbyterian Church (who may or may not have children in the program) and three parents of children in the Preschool (who may or may not be members of the Church). The Pastor of Heritage Presbyterian Church and the Preschool Director complete the Board, but do not serve as voting members.
The Preschool Board is responsible for the hiring and evaluation of the Director and staff, budget establishment including capital expenditures, annual calendar development, curriculum review, and communicating with the Church.