You have all received an invoice for the this week, April 6th. This invoice is 50% of your regular weekly amount, and the state is paying the remaining 50%. This includes school aged children. If you are unable to pay your 50% you should have already emailed email@example.com right to let us know why you are unable to pay at this time and request to un-enroll and be added to a wait list that we will look too when we can reopen. The state will reimburse Apple Tree 100% for anyone who un-enrolls during this time, however we do need evidence of this in writing, and technically you are not enrolled in our program until further notice. We have to submit all of this documentation to the state, therefore we must have you send it in writing in order for you to qualify for that funding. For anyone that un-enrolls, you will be added to the top of the wait-list. We will reach out to you when we are able to reopen and you will be given priority to enroll at that time. If we have not heard from you, we have to continue to charge the 50%, and tuition will be due. Invoices will be sent weekly on Mondays moving forward. Any advanced payments you can make are greatly appreciated and credits will be applied to your account.
It is encouraged that you pay if you are able too, any amount that you pay is helpful to our program, this business and the state as a whole. If you can pay the full amount, that is very much appreciated. If you are able to pay please mail your payments to Apple Tree Learning Centers 1056 Mountain Road Suite 16 Stowe VT 05672. Please make sure your payments are on time. You can also call Nicole or Sonja with a Credit card or pay through pay pal. The pay pal link is available on our
If you are an essential family and your child is currently attending, you are billed your regular tuition. School age children that attend our essential program are not charged to attend per the Child Development Division.
Please keep in mind we are paying our teachers during this time, on top of ensuring all of Apple Tree Learning Centers monthly responsibilities are paid on time, we are relying on tuition to be paid so we can keep this business running during this time, and be able to reopen our doors when this is over. Payments must be made on time to ensure we are able to maintain operation . The state payments are only twice per month and are two weeks behind, so we are always fronting these payments. Given that we did not charge families for 2 weeks, and had a full payroll in one of those weeks along with all of our other financial obligations, we are severely behind in income at this time and are counting on your payments.