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Financial Aid

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Rhinelander is dedicated to serving the diverse needs of our community and adheres to a need-blind admissions policy. Financial aid is available to those who qualify and applications are available by request.

Parent and Caregiver Participation

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All children under 30 months attend Rhinelander classes with a parent or other caregiver. Classes where a parent or caregiver must be present include Singing Siblings, Stepping Out, Toddler Time, Music & Art and Music & Cooking. Children enrolled in Enrichment Workshops are expected to participate without a grownup in the classroom. We will work with families to ensure that the separation process is a happy and successful one.

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Goodhue Center

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Please contact us using the form below.

Teen Volunteer Program

Throughout the school year, teens can earn community service hours from their school through the Teen Volunteer Program. Volunteer projects will be at the Goodhue Center and may include tutoring, assisting in the after-school program, gardening and grounds clean-up. Eligible teens must be recommended by their school and complete an interview with a Goodhue Center administrator.

Volunteer Videos

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Time Lapse Video of Volunteers Painting a Mural at The Frederick Douglass Center

Time Lapse Video of Volunteers Painting a Mural at the Dunlevy Milbank Center

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For contact information or to make a donation to Children’s Aid Society in New York City:

www.childrensaidsociety.org/donate

212.949.4936

105 East 22nd Street
Suite 504
New York, New York
10010

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