Tuition and Fees (see attached)
All payments must be made through EZ Pay. New families must contact the school office for a student identification number to access the online system. EZ Pay is available at your convenience at: https://www.spsezpay.com/Grandview
Tuition rates vary depending on the number of days per week each student is enrolled in Kids’ Club. Tuition rates may change from year to year. Current rates are available on the Grandview City Schools Childcare web page.
Each family must complete a tuition agreement and return it to the Kids’ Club office prior to the first day of enrollment of the school year program as well as the summer program, and following any tuition change.
Please contact the Kids’ Club office if you need a receipt or document for a tax sheltered or flexible spending account. Once a tuition payment has been processed the receipt or document will be e-mailed to a parent. (The Grandview Kids Club Program Coupon Book can also be used as a receipt.)
Tuition Subsidy (Title XX)
Grandview Kids’ Club participates in Title XX, a state subsidy to assist eligible families with the cost of childcare tuition. Title XX is offered through the Franklin County Department of Jobs and Family Services (FCDJFS). Application paperwork for Title XX is available in the Kids’ Club office and through the FCDJFS. Families interested in applying for Title XX must contact the Kids’ Club office at least thirty days prior to the student’s start date. If a thirty-day notice is not possible, the family will be responsible for all fees and tuition until the application has been approved. Additional policies related to Title XX are outlined in the Title XX Tuition Agreement, which will be reviewed during a parent conference with the Director or Program Leader. A copy of this policy will be provided to each family utilizing Title XX.
Grandview Kids’ Club is a tuition-based program. The Grandview Heights Board of Education acts as the fiscal agent for the program. Grandview Heights City Schools provide space, utilities and custodial services for the program. Kids’ Club is self supporting and does not receive tax dollars or subsidies from the school district to operate.
Nonpayment of Tuition
Families whose accounts are overdue for more than one month (school year) or two weeks (summer) run the risk of losing their child’s placement in the program.