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Tot Time Preschool Registration Begins March 1

Tinley Park, Illinois: Beginning Saturday, March 1, residents of the Tinley Park-Park District may begin to register their children for the 2014-2015 Tot Time Preschool  year.  Classes are available for three year olds on Tuesday and Thursday mornings or afternoons or Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings or afternoons. Four year old classes are available on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings or afternoons.

Mail-in/drop-off registration is accepted from March 1-9. Registration forms received during that time will be randomly processed beginning March 12 before opening up to resident in-person registration on March 19. All registration takes place at the Tony Bettenhausen Recreation Center, 8125 W. 171st Street.

Children enrolled in Tot Time must be three or four years old on or before September 1, 2014. All children must be toilet trained and be able to take care of their own bathroom needs. Three-year-old classes have a maximum of 20 children and four-year-old classes have a maximum of 25 children.

Please see the Tinley Park-Park District's 2014 Winter/Spring brochure for more information and instructions on completing registration. Non-resident registration begins April 1, 2014. Online registration is not available. Questions? Call the Park District at (708) 342-4200.

About the Tinley Park-Park District "Tot Time" Program

The Tot Time Program provides a warm, nurturing environment for three- and four-year-old students. Children participate in a variety of developmentally-appropriate activities including creative art experiences, singing and rhythm activities and activities related to everyday math and science discovery.

About the Tinley Park-Park District
The Tinley Park-Park District maintains over 420 acres of park lands and recreation facilities including its state-of-the-art Bettenhausen Recreation Center, Tinley Fitness – a full-service fitness center – and 40 community park locations. The Tinley Park-Park District was established in 1967.

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