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Credit/Debit card are required for payments.
No, we invoice all families once at the beginning of the year witha tuition payment plan set up for the duration of the school year which iscatered to your child's schedule of enrollment. A total of ten (10) paymentswill be auto-deducted with your card on file the 15th of each month, startingon August 15th and following each month thereafter to May 15th.
No, this program operates solely on program tuition.
Monona Parks & Recreation does not give credits for snow days, illnesses or family vacations taken during school days. What you are paying is a yearly tuition broken into 10 monthly payments.
No, approved parents or guardians must be present for pick-up. Atregistration, you can indicate who is allowed to pick up your child on theapproved pick-up list. This helps us ensure your child’s safety.
If you sign up for the 3 or 4-day option we will be sending out a calendar 1 month prior to the given month of child care. Ex: for the month of September, you will receive a calendar in August that must be returned by the 15th. You can indicated any 3 or 4 days during the week of your choice. We will be relying on these calendars to know who and when to pick up at Winnequah School prior to walking over to the Community Center.
You need to contact us and inform us if your child will not beattending on the child's registered day.
Your child cannot attend the After School Club until all necessarypaperwork is completed. All additional paperwork is due August 15th
You must call the Monona Parks & Recreation office and informus to your tardiness. You will be assessed a late fee of $1/minute upon arrival.
Yes, our staff belong to the National AfterSchool Association
We offer additional programs on most teacher workdays and holidayswith a full day of camp. Please see our website for additional cost and program details.
No, the After School Club is closed when Monona Grove SchoolDistrict is closed.
We open on the first day of the school year and close on the last day of the school year. We operate Monday – Friday on days that school is regularly scheduled. You must pick your child up by 6:00 pm.
No. We have a maximum number of spots available. If more applications are received than available spots, each site will have a wait list.
We offer a wide range of activities to engage our students. Daily activities include snack time, outdoor play, and various group activities. You will receive a newsletter at the beginning of each month detailing all the special events that will be happening.
Yes, everyday we serve a healthy snack for every child.
We are able to administer both daily and emergency medications. Please bring all medications in their original containers to us on the first day of the After School Club along with a medication form. Medication forms will be handed out in our parent packet or can be found on our website at www.mymonona.com
Monona Parks & Recreation Office:1011 Nichols Rd. Monona, WI 53716608.222.4167Monday – Friday8:30 am – 4:30 pmPlease call this number for Registration and Financial questions, absentee notifications, & medication information.
After School Club Direct Line:Monday – Friday2:30 – 6:30 PMPlease call this number for early pick-up notification & family related emergencies.
No, Monona does not follow alternate-side parking rules in the winter. Per Monona ordinance §434-13, if the Mayor or their designee declares a snow emergency, parking is prohibited on any City of Monona street for the entire duration of the snow emergency. During declared snow emergencies, the parking lots at Ahuska, Lottes, Winnequah, Frost Woods Beach, Fireman's, Maywood and Schluter Parks offer free parking for up to 48 consecutive hours while snow is being cleared from City streets.
Wisconsin taxing districts (municipalities, schools, counties, etc.) set their budgets in the fall, usually November. After each district has set its levy for the next year, property taxes are calculated and bills are prepared. This means bills are usually received by taxpayers in mid-December.
Because of the deductability of property tax on federal income taxes, many property owners pay all of the bill by December 31. However, all that is required is that the first installment be paid by January 31. For those who choose to pay in two installments, the second installment is due by July 31, and a statement for the installment is mailed in May.
If paying your taxes before January 31, you may pay in person at Monona City Hall, 5211 Schluter Road. City Hall is open Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm. (Please note that City Hall is closed on Tuesday, Dec. 26, 2017.) If paying your taxes after January 31, you must pay at the Dane County Treasurer's Office, located in the City/County Building in Madison.
Any payments made after January 31, must be sent to the Dane County Treasurer at P.O. Box 1299, Madison, WI 53701-1299.
You can pay by credit card online or by phone only. Credit card payments cannot be accepted at City Hall. To pay by credit card, go to www.officialpayments.com or call 1-800-272-9829. Please note that an additional fee (calculated as a percentage of your payment) is charged for paying by credit card.
Yes. There are two options for dropping off your payment after regular business hours. You may drop your payment in the payment drop box located in the parking lot of City Hall, or you may drop your payment in the after-hours drop slot located in the front administration counter at City Hall. Payments dropped in the after-hours box or slot will be stamped as paid on the next regular business morning. In addition, all payments dropped in the box or slot by midnight on December 31 will be marked as paid in 2017.
If you are voting in-person absentee at City Hall prior to election day, you must present your photo I.D. when you vote.