- How old does my child need to be?
- What is the total cost and how are payments made?
- What if I cannot drop my child off at 8:30am?
- Will my child be a Montgomery School student?
- Can my child attend the SALT Playhouse full time all day?
- What if I sign-up for three days a week but decide I want to send my child five days?
- Are the Instructors trained and background checked?
- Can I tour the campus and learn more about what a morning for my child would look like?
- How is differentiated learning approached?
- What are the class sizes?
- How do you approach academics in a multi-aged classroom?
- How do you approach behavior management?
- Will my child eat lunch at school?
- What happens if my child doesn't feel well during the day?
- How is student progress documented and communicated?
- What can you tell me about the performances my child will do?
- Will my child need any special supplies or attire?
- Do you have plans to remain open/operate next year on campus, despite setbacks with the pandemic?
The SALT Playhouse's mission is not to train up young performers, but rather to instill self-confidence in children. The ability to present oneself before a crowd is a noteworthy skill to possess and one that is easily instilled at an early age when self-consciousness is forming. SALT believes that when children are confident, they are less apt to be susceptible to or participate in bullying, they feel empowered to use their strengths and abilities for the betterment of others, and they are less likely to struggle with insecurities and anxieties. We believe in preserving childhood and letting kids be kids, while developing them into leaders of love and kindness. And we believe that every child has a voice, which we strive to help them find and express.