In what universe would you expect such a budding Einstein to suffer the monotony of public school? Naturally, Evangelista would seek to send little Augustin to one of New York City’s most prestigious private kindergartens. Few are more renowned than the Dalton School on the city’s Upper East Side. Aside from the usual gamut of language arts and science classes, the 5-year-old will get chess lessons, sing with the school’s Composer-in-Residence and start learning a foreign language. But it doesn’t come cheap – the tab for a single year at Dalton is $38,710. Naturally, securing such a place for Augie among the school’s 97 annual admits would give Evangelista the opportunity to hobnob with some of Manhattan’s most devoted parents – and, not to forget, some of the city’s highest rollers.