Holiday Hill Extended Day Program
Holiday Hill Elementary’ s Extended Day Program provides a safe place for working parents to leave their children under the supervision of responsible, caring adults before and after the regular school hours. In addition to Homework assistance provided by certified teachers, the program offers indoor games, team sports, playground recreation, movies and special activities.
Days/Times of Operation
Extended Day shall operate only on days school is in session for students. The morning session begins at 7:00 a.m. The afternoon session begins at the end of the school day until 6:00 p.m. (Late fees will be assessed for students picked up after 6:00 p.m.)
Payment Information (All fees are set by the Duval County School Board)
Each session runs for 20 school days (4 weeks).
· A.M. session fee - $52.00
· P.M. session fee - $100.00
· A.M. and P.M. fee - $152.00
· A $25. late fee will be added to payments after the 5th day of each payment due date (see below)
· All balances must be current in order to receive Extended Day services.
· A minimum late fee of $1 Per Minute is required when children are picked up after 6:00 p.m.
NOTE: Checks, Cash, Credit Cards, and money orders are accepted for extended day payment (made out to Holiday Hill Elementary).
Please write a note, send a fax or personally give the Director messages you wish to convey. Verbal messages from the student will not be accepted.
All students enrolled in the Extended Day Program will receive a snack at school. You may also send a snack with your child to meet their individual needs.
Students who are ill should not be brought to the Extended Day Program. If a child becomes ill during the day, the parents will be notified and the student will need be picked up.
Parents are encouraged to carry insurance which will cover their children in the event of an accident during Extended Day activities.
Children will be placed in quiet area for disciplinary purposes. The Extended Day Program reserves the right to suspend and/or expel a child from the program. Offenses are handled on an individual basis and the severity of the offense is taken into consideration.
1st Offense - Conference with student.
2nd Offense - Conference with student and parent.
3rd Offense - 1-3 day suspension from the program.
4th Offense - Possible removal from the program.
Expectations:1. Children will behavior as a leader by following directions, being respectful towards all students and staff, and actively engage in all activities.
2. Inappropriate behavior will be address and parents will be notified.3. If a child is continually disruptive, the referral system will be enforced.
Clothing and Personal Belongings
All personal belongings and clothing such as caps, sweaters, coats, and lunch boxes should be labeled with the student's name. We are not responsible for lost items.
Mark E. Dancer and Amanda Hutto
Director: Extended Day Program