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School Age Program
Our school-age programs are designed for children who attend half-day kindergarten or for 5-12 year-olds who need supervised care before or after school.

In the mornings, the school-age programs serve breakfast, provide quiet activities, and transport children to their respective schools. Half-day kindergartners are picked up at school and eat lunch served at the center. In the afternoon, half-day children have interest center time, free play, and large group activities inside and outdoors. Children who attend afternoon care are picked up at school and return to our centers for snack, free play, and group activities. Children who have homework or prefer to read may do so in quiet areas of the classroom. As with all our programs, school-age children go outside every day.

During days when the local public school is closed, our centers will offer care for school-age children and siblings of children currently enrolled in our other programs on a first-come, first-served basis. School-age children who come to the center on no public school days need to bring a sack lunch from home. No School Days often include field trips to local attractions and/or themed activities such as Beach Week.


During the summer, centers with school-age programs host Summer Camp.
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