• The Extended Day Program is a before and/or after school program offered by Duval County Public Schools and managed by the district office of Extended Day. 


    New Berlin Elementary On-site Directors  

    Brianna Wilburn, wilburnb@duvalschools.org, 904-714-4601 opt 3

    Adam Przymylski "Coach P", przymylska@duvalschools.org


    Program Mission

    The mission of the Extended Day Program (EDP) is to support working parents by providing an affordable, safe, and nurturing extended day enrichment program designed to enhance students educationally, socially, culturally, emotionally, and physically.

    Program Overview

    Duval County Public Schools’ Extended Day Enrichment Program provides before and/or after school childcare services at seventy-two elementary sites and eighteen secondary sites throughout Duval County. Approximately 10,000 students per day participate in this program. The morning programs generally begin at 7:00 a.m. until school starts and the afternoon programs open at school dismissal until 6:00 p.m. The program is available every day school is in session including Early release days. This is a flat rate, fee-based program.


    Our program provides opportunities for children to develop socially, emotionally, and physically, within a warm and caring atmosphere. This is accomplished through our focus on leadership, academics, wellness, and S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math). The Extended Day program is a Before/After School Child Care Program for elementary through high school aged children. Supervision is provided at a ratio of 1 adult to 18 children at the Elementary level and a ratio of 1 adult to 24 for children at the Middle/High School levels.

    Program activities include:

    • Homework Help
    • Enrichment Clubs
    • Cultural Enrichment Experiences
    • Recreational Activities
    • Snack Time

     For additional information, contact Darrin R. Williams at extendedday@duvalschools.org or (904) 858-6080.

Last Modified on May 11, 2023