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Extended Day is designed to provide a safe, nurturing, and enjoyable environment for children who require supervision beyond school hours on a regular basis. Activities will include outdoor play, time for homework, games and crafts.
Anyone picking up an Experiential School student should park and walk in to the ES Building in Charger Commons. Please use a parking spot and not carline to leave space for Club pickup carline. Sign the student out with one of the Extended Day staff. If the pickup person is unknown to the staff member, they will need to show ID and be on the student’s pick up list. (View Map)
Anyone picking up a Lower School student should park and walk to the LS Dining Room in Charger Commons. Please use a parking spot and not carline to leave space for Club pickup carline. Sign the student out with one of the Extended Day staff. If the pickup person is unknown to the staff member, they will need to show ID and be on the student’s pick up list. (View Map)
Child care may be available for Alpha – fourth graders when school is closed: half days and full days with no school. These days are included in the Extended Day Annual Plan but not included in other plans. Space is limited! Register online in advance to reserve a spot. Choose the “School Closed Day Programs” on CampBrain. Refunds are made up to one week in advance. Students need to bring a nut-free lunch and snack from home on these days.
The Middle School After Hours program will be available for students in grades 5-8 from the end of dismissal until 5:30pm. Supervised activities for Middle School students include study hall, a student lounge, outdoor play and enrichment programs. To better enable us to prepare for the students we serve each day, we ask families to sign up ahead of time for Middle School After Hours.
Anyone picking up a Middle School student should park and walk into the Middle School Center for Arts & Sciences Park and walk into the Middle School Center for Arts & Sciences. Sign students out in Mrs. Jeakle’s classroom (MSAS-2) on the first floor, north west corner. (View Map)
Clubs are offered for students in Alpha through Eighth Grade with a variety of themes per session to keep students active and engaged after the school day is over. Clubs fill up quickly, so don't delay! There will be four six-week sessions offered throughout the year.
Register for After School clubs at shorecrest.campbrainregistration.com.
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