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Parent Resources

On The Bedford Campus

For students who have completed the enrollment process and will be joining us in the fall, or for those students returning once again, all of the required registration forms, as well as important additional materials, can be found here. We are also happy to provide you with a paper copy at your request.

Required Forms

Below you will find the required materials for attendance at Landmark Preschool - Bedford. It is also highly recommended that you read all of the additional forms and materials for further important information. If you have questions, please contact the main office at 914.234.2300.

Please return all forms to:
Landmark Preschool
P.O. Box 477
Bedford, NY 10506


*For information on immunization requirements, please refer to the Immunization Requirements Guide. Please note: Influenza immunizations are required for all preschoolers.

Additional Information & Forms

Students With Allergies

If your child has an allergy requiring an Epi-pen or other medication, please be sure that the school has the following items before the first day of school:
  • An Epi-pen in the original container with the pharmacy label indicating your child’s name and dosage. Please check expiration date.
  • An authorization form permitting school personnel to administer medication signed by BOTH the child’s physician and child’s parent.
  • An emergency care plan for your child signed by both you and your child’s physician.

If your child requires Benadryl or other medication in addition to the his/her epipen, the school is required to have a separate form signed by both you and the physician authorizing school personnel to administer the medication and giving exact dosage information. A measuring utensil must be included to ensure correct dosage is given.

Again, in order for your child to attend school, the following forms must be completed by both you and your child's physician.

Finally, if your child’s allergy is food-related, you will be required to provide “safe” foods and snacks for your child to eat. Due to the proliferation of ambiguous language such as “processed in a facility that handles peanuts and tree nuts” on food labels, it is not possible for teachers to make informed decisions about what is and is not safe for children with food allergies to eat. Only you, the parents, in consultation with your child’s physician can make that choice for your child. Please work with the teachers to help them keep your child safe by providing the foods you approve of for your child. If you have any questions, please speak with your child’s teacher or with the Director, Kimberly Swabsin.

Please note: For your child’s safety, he/she will not be allowed to attend school without the Epi-pen and required paperwork.