2021-2022 Red Door Programs

Red Door Early Learning Center offers STEAM based early childhood school programs.
Our STEAM activities are designed to prepare children to think analytically, solve problems and work in partnerships on multi-day and multi-week projects.
 

At Red Door, students are actively engaged and receive explicit phonics instruction, small group writing directives, and explore concepts of math. Our program is aligned with the Standards of Education and our students generate portfolios to show individual growth. The best part is….this is all accomplished through play, which fosters a love of learning!!

Red Door is a Non-Profit, Private Academic Preschool governed by the Department of Education.
Red Door invites only the finest faculty to join our team. Our teaching staff is required to have a minimum of a 4-year degree in Elementary and/or Early Childhood Education as well as participate in ongoing professional development to ensure our programs and practices are the most current in today’s growing world.
 

We believe in giving our students every opportunity, experience, and devote all of our efforts to help each child reach his or her maximum learning potential.

Age Requirements

 

Red Door is a Private Academic Preschool. We do look at the whole child when making determinations for programs. If your child is 2, turning 3 in the fall/winter, please give us a call so we can talk through the program that is the best fit for your child. Many of the schools in our area have an October 1st cut off date. This date is to ensure the pace for your child is similar to your home school district. There are instances where children are admitted to Red Door who are a little on the younger or older side depending on your child's needs. It is best to call 484-264-2916 and ask to speak with the Director of Admissions to ensure proper placement. All preschool children must come to school in underwear. Our staff does not change diapers for our 3-6-year-old programs. We will work with your child on bathroom skills. We do however accommodate that need for our twos. 

WHAT ARE YOUR OPERATING HOURS?


Current Waterpark hours can be found on our Calendar page. The Waterpark and the Museum are closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.




DO YOU SELL GIFT CARDS TO THE PARK?


YES, gift cards are available for purchase from our admissions counter. Purchase an EGift Card by following the link below. You can purchase for friends, family or yourself! W&W EGift Card Purchase




DO YOU HAVE DISCOUNTS?


Yes! Active Military:
Present your military I.D. when purchasing admission and receive a 50% off your admission purchase at the waterpark. We also offer a 10% discount on all retail and café purchases! Military Veterans:
Receive a 10% off your admission purchase at the waterpark and up to 4 family members! Group Rate: With an advance reservation, groups of 15+ people can receive the group admission rate of $22/person for the Waterpark. Any group of 15 must pay with one form of payment, and all the tickets must be used on the day they are purchased. Reservations are required for groups over 25. Please email info@wingsandwaveswaterpark.com and we’ll be happy to assist you.




PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES DISCOUNT?


All caregivers are free when accompanied by a guest with a disability.




HOW DO WE FIND WINGS AND WAVES?


Wings and Waves is located off Highway 18 east of McMinnville, across from the McMinnville airport. We are approximately one hour from downtown Portland, 40 minutes from Salem, and one hour from Lincoln City. Click here for driving directions.




WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT DO YOU ACCEPT?


Wings and Waves accepts cash and all major credit cards at the park. Checks are only accepted for reserved groups and birthday parties.




DO YOU HAVE AN ATM ON SITE?


Wings and Waves does not have an ATM on site.




WHAT IS THE WATER TEMPERATURE?


Pools are set at 84 degrees and the spa is set at 102 degrees. The interior of the park is set to 85 degrees.




DO I STILL HAVE TO PAY IF I DON'T GET IN THE WATER?


All guests entering the park must pay the entry fee. Caregivers are free when accompanied by a person with disabilities.




CAN WE BRING OUR OWN FOOD & DRINKS?


Food, beverages, and coolers may not be brought into the park. We have a variety of food options available at our Milky Way Cafe located inside of the Waterpark. You’re also welcome to pack a picnic to enjoy in our picnic area located in our Oak Grove. Please leave picnic/cooler in your car until you’re ready to eat. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted anywhere on Museum campus grounds.




WHAT IS THE LIFEJACKET POLICY?


You can bring in your own lifejackets as long as they are U.S. Coast Guard-approved. Wings and Waves has life jackets available at no charge. Swimsuits with built-in floatation devices are not allowed on some attractions. Lifejackets are required in the wave pool for all guests under 48″ wear a lifejacket. All lifejacket-wearing guests must be within arms reach of a responsible supervising person.




WHAT TYPE OF TRAINING DO WINGS AND WAVES LIFEGUARDS RECEIVE?


Wings and Waves Waterpark has partnered with Jeff Ellis & Associates, a consulting firm specializing in aquatics staff training. Lifeguards are subject to frequent Vigilance Awareness Training. Vigilance Awareness Training is conducted using “live active” guest simulations, manikin drops and silhouette drops. If you should see Vigilance Awareness Training in action, please do not interfere! If you have any questions, feel free to contact a park manager.




CAN I LEAVE THE PARK & GET BACK IN?


Guests who wish to leave the park and then re-enter may do so with a hand stamp as capacity allows during their reserved session. Guests may not leave the park and re-enter a different session.




WHAT CAN WE WEAR ON THE WATER SLIDES?


Appropriate swimwear is required and subject to park approval. Denim, cut-offs, bikini thongs, or swimwear with exposed zippers, buckles, rivets or metal ornamentation are not permitted. For rider safety, you may carry sunglasses and water shoes down the slides. Wetsuits/neoprene swimsuits and swimsuits with built-in floatation devices are not allowed on body slides. Swim diapers are required for children who are diaper dependent. Swim diapers are available for purchase.




ARE CASTS & PROSTHETICS ALLOWED ON WATER SLIDES?


Casts, as well as braces and splints, are not permitted on any water slide. Soft elastic/fabric supports that do not contain any rigid materials are permitted on water slides. Prosthetic devices are permitted on waterslides given the following conditions: -The rider must be able to safely enter and exit the slide. For the safety of our employees and guests, staff is instructed not to assist with guests entering or exiting the slides unless for emergency/rescue situations. -Riders must be able to assume the correct riding position. -The prosthetic must not pose a danger to the patron, others in the ride, the riding vehicle, or the riding surface. -Riders wearing prosthetic devices must cover any exposed metal with a padded material.




WHAT ARE THE HEIGHT REQUIREMENTS?


For the safety of our guests, certain slides have height requirements: 42 inches for all inner tube slides and 48 inches for the body slide. On the Aquaplay (play structure), the Green slide’s height requirement is 36 inches, and the Orange and Yellow slide's height requirement is 40 inches.




WHAT ARE THE WEIGHT RESTRICTIONS?


The maximum weight for any single rider on any slide is 300 pounds. The maximum weight for any double riders is 400 pounds combined. Toddler slide located in the splash pad are made for toddlers and small children who are able to maintain the correct riding position without assistance.




HOW MUCH ARE LOCKERS?


Locker prices are: $5 for a small locker, $6 for a medium locker and $7 for a large locker.




CAN WE WEAR WATER SHOES OR SANDALS?


You can wear water shoes or sandals to walk around the park. For your safety, you will be asked to hold them in your hands when you go down the slides.




IS THERE A TUBE RENTAL FEE?


In order to encourage physical distancing on slide towers, a limited number of tubes will be available for free for each attraction that requires a ride vehicle. Guests who wish to have a tube for their personal use during their stay at the park will have the ability to rent a tube. Single tube: $5 Double tube: $8




IS THERE A PARKING FEE?


All parking is free of charge.




DO YOU PROVIDE TOWELS?


Wings and Waves does not provide towels. However, they are available for purchase in the gift shop if you happen to forget yours.




CAN I BRING MY DOG?


Certified service animals are welcome in the park, but may not enter any body of water.




IS THERE A LOST & FOUND?


Yes! Wings and Waves Waterpark will hold unclaimed items for six days. If you believe you may have lost an item, please email us at info@wingsandwaveswaterpark.com




IS THE WATERPARK WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE?


Wings and Waves Waterpark meets all ADA guidelines. The wave pool area is zero depth entrance and wheelchair accessible. The leisure pool is accessible via a mechanical hoist. The spa is accessible via a transfer platform. Waterslide access requires guests to utilize stairs. Waterpark wheelchairs are for emergency use only. An elevator is located in the Waterpark for access to the Café and second floor. All bathrooms and locker rooms are wheelchair accessible. Please note the Waterpark is wet and may be slippery. Please use caution while in the Waterpark. For questions about these or any additional accommodation issues, please contact Wings and Waves Waterpark staff at info@wingsandwaveswaterpark.com





Program Descriptions

All Extended Day, Morning Mindfulness, and After School Recreation Programs receive a 10% discount, as marked, for signing up for a 4 or 5 day program.

Morning Mindfulness and After School Recreation can also be a la carte programs.
If you wish to add day(s) as you need them, there is a $10.00 per hour charge.

There is a 15% discount for signing up for a 4 day PM program.
5 day PM programs are not available.

PRIMER (3-4 Years of age) 

During the earliest years of preschool, our Primers will discover and use this discovery to create and inquire about all areas of life around them. Our focus will be teaching children shapes, numbers, colors, and letter recognition, pre-writing skills, and phonemic awareness. These areas of focus will be integrated daily into our project-based units of study so students can explore them in intentional and meaningful ways. Social-emotional components will be fostered through mindfulness approaches to learning. Our curriculum aligns to the standards for Early Childhood Education. It has been approved by the Department of Education.

Half-Day AM

Age 3 by 10/01
AM: 8:50AM-11:35AM
Drop off: 8:40 AM – 8:50 AM
Pick-up: 11:35 AM – 11:45 AM
4 Days M-TH: $4,650
5 Days M-F: $5,950

Half-Day PM

Age 3 by 10/01
PM: 12:40-3:00PM
Drop off: 12:30- 12:40PM
Pick-up: 3:00-3:10PM
4 Days M-TH: $3,950 (15% OFF)

Full Day

Age 3 by 10/01
8:50AM-2:50PM
Drop off: 8:40-8:50AM
Pick-up: 2:50 PM – 3:00 PM
4 Days M-TH: $7,350
5 Days M-F: $8,850

 

PRE-K (4-5 Years)

It is time for Kindergarten readiness skills to be introduced and our Pre-K program is where independence in learning begins to take shape.

Our focus will be on reviewing shapes, letter recognition, phonemic awareness, and begin age-appropriate concepts of math. We will teach children how to decode words, teach sight word recognition, and begin guided reading groups! These areas of focus will be integrated daily into our project-based units of study so students can explore them in an intentional and meaningful way. Our curriculum aligns to the standards for Early Childhood Education. It has been approved by the Department of Education.

Half-Day AM - FULL

Age 4 by 10/01
AM: 9:05-11:50AM
Drop off: 8:55 AM – 9:05 AM
Pick-up: 11:50 AM – 12:00PM
4 Days M-TH: $6,350
5 Days M-F: $7,950

Half-Day PM

Age 4 by 10/01
PM: 12:40-3:05PM
Drop off: 12:40-12:50PM
Pick-up: 3:05 PM – 3:15 PM
4 Days M-TH: $5,400 (15% OFF)

Full Day

Age 4 by 10/01
9:05AM-3:05PM
Drop Off: 8:55-9:05 AM
Pick Up: 3:05-3:15PM
4 Days M-TH: $9,400
5 Days M-F: $10,950

 

Why do YOU love Red Door?

K-KIDS (Kindergarten age)

Red Door ELC works with Southern Lehigh School District to provide a comprehensive Kindergarten experience. We bus to and from Hopewell and Liberty Bell schools. Our certified kindergarten teacher works closely with other professionals in education ensuring we have the best practices and programs offered at Red Door.  Our curriculum is aligned to the PA Standards. We have also planned a pacing guide with Southern Lehigh School Teachers and provide alternative programs to ensure our students are learning standards through multisensory activities.

Red Door offers two K-Kids half-day sessions.  If your child is AM, you can pack a lunch and he or she will bus to Red Door for lunch and the PM program. If your child attends SL in the PM, you can drop off your child at Red Door in the morning for his or her program. All students eat lunch at Red Door before boarding the bus for school.

Drop Off/Pick Up Schedule

Please note: All K-Kids will be allowed to be dropped off in the front of the school to a staff member in the AM.
Drop off: 8:40 AM – 8:50AM (via car or bring into the school)
Pick-up: 3:05 PM – 3:15 PM

Half-Day AM - FULL 

Age 5 by 10/01
9:00 AM – 11:40 AM
Drop off: 8:40-8:50AM
Bring own brown bag lunch
5 Days M-F: $6,875

Half-Day PM - FULL

Age 5 by 10/01
12:30-3:05PM
Pick-Up: 3:05-3:15PM
Bring own brown bag lunch
5 Days M-F: $6,875

Full Day

Age 5 by 10/01
9:05AM-3:05PM
Drop Off: 8:40-8:50 AM
Pick Up: 3:05-3:15PM
5 Days M-F: $10,950

 

Two for Two’s (Two years of age by October 1st)

This two-hour program for two-year-olds is offered every Friday from 9:00 AM until 11:00 AM. Children will take part in story time, art class, as well as gross motor and social play activities.

Your child must be two years of age by Oct 1.
$1,500 for the school year

Morning Mindfulness

Morning Mindfulness invites students to come as early as 7:30 AM and take part in calm sensory activities and stations before school begins. All students will be transitioned to their classrooms once school begins and students attending Southern Lehigh will be bussed to school in the morning.

7:30 AM – 8:40 AM
1 day per week: $364
2 days per week $752
3 days per week $1,128
4 days per week: $1,354
5 days per week: $1,692

 

Extended Day (Lunch until 1PM)

1 day per week: $364
2 days per week: $752
3 days per week: $1,128
4 days per week: $1,354
5 days per week: $1,692

After School Clubs 

After School Clubs allows passionate community members to come and share their talents with Red Door students. These classes are an additional cost and are designed to help foster a unique passion within your child. Please check our website as various clubs are offered at different times/days during the week.

After School Recreation

After School Rec begins after the full day for Primer, Pre-K, and K-Kids. This program offers daily programs and specials such as Music, Art, Dance, Cooking, and Technology. Students also learn about the sense of community during our Red Door Service Corp. Community outreach is brought to fruition from the ideas of our students! Certified teachers work with our school-age students on homework. Students taking part in the After School Program bus directly to Red Door from Southern Lehigh Schools. 

After School Rec Until 4PM

1 day per week: $364
2 days per week: $752
3 days per week: $1,128
4 days per week: $1,354
5 days per week: $1,692

After School Rec Until 5PM

1 day per week: $677
2 days per week: $1,354
3 days per week: $2,030
4 days per week: $2,436
5 days per week: $3,046

After School Rec Until 6PM

1 day per week: $940
2 days per week: $1,880
3 days per week: $2,820
4 days per week: $3,384
5 days per week: $4,230

 

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M-F 7:30am - 6:00pm

4777 Saucon Creek Rd
Center Valley, PA 18034

484.264.2916
hello@reddoorelc.org

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