I'm still on the hunt for a preschool for my 3-year-old. The places I like have massive waiting lists. I just realized that our local recreation center is now offering a preschool program for kids ages 3-5 for 2-3 days half days a week, which is what I would want for my son. Only problem is, the rec center program states that all kids must be "completely potty trained" by the time they start class - which is at the beginning of April.
My son is still in progress. He'll usually go pee, but usually if you ask/make him go. Occasionally, he will tell me that he has to go. Pooping is still a struggle most days. For both pee & poop, I'll ask him if he needs to go, and he'll say no, but I take him anyway and he ends up going. (For poop, he is much more defiant, but he's getting better.)
Registration just started. They say you can cancel until the day the class starts, but they'll just deduct $40 from the cost of the class ($315). After the class starts, they don't offer any refunds.
Should I risk it and register my kid anyway? We've been at potty training for a while (since around October of 2010), so I don't know how "completely trained" he'll be by beginning of April.
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