Case Western Reserve University President Barbara R. Snyder recently announced that the university will provide a $1,000 subsidy for each child of Case Western Reserve faculty, staff or students who enroll their children in The Music Settlement’s Early Childhood Day School, preschool and kindergarten programs for the 2020-2021 school year. They can use the subsidy at both University Circle and Ohio City locations for the Early Childhood Day School and preschool programs. Kindergarten is offered only at the University Circle location.

The university will continue to cover the $75 registration fee for these programs, which it began doing last year.

“We are thrilled to enhance our partnership with The Music Settlement so that the children of our faculty, staff and students can benefit from its exceptional programs,” President Snyder said. “I am grateful to Geri Presti, TMS President and CEO and a double alumna of Case Western Reserve, for her leadership and commitment to partnering with Case Western Reserve to provide our families with award-winning early childhood educational programs.”

The Music Settlement is enrolling students now for the 2020-2021. For more information on how to enroll, please visit: themusicsettlement.org/early-childhood-preschool/enrollment.