EXTENDED DAY PROGRAM OVERVIEW:
The purpose of this program is to provide safe, affordable, structured, and well-supervised care before and after school for students of working parents. Our objectives include educational enrichment, remediation help, recreational activities, and social interaction for all students participating in the program. Academic enhancement (homework help and enrichment activities), tutoring, and remediation are provided. These activities reflect the standards based efforts of the school district in reading, math, and science. The enrichment activities may include computers, music, cooking drama, arts/crafts, and special events. Each program also has a handbook of physical activities for indoor and outdoor play.
Currently, 85 out of 106 elementary schools have an Extended Day Program (EDP). Approximately 10,400 students participate in the program.
Hours of operation are 7:00-8:00 in the morning and 3:00-6:00 in the afternoon.
The program is fee-based and totally self-supporting. Parents prepay a monthly fee. The morning fee is $13 per week per child. The afternoon fee is $25 per week. To attend both morning and afternoon is $38 per week per student. Our extended day program is the least expensive in the state.*Payment: Please pay in the afternoons for a receipt to be written at time of payment.
You can call the extended day office at 858-6080.Mr. Matz and Ms. Goodwin are the contacts for the program at Susie. Tolbert.