C.A.R.E.

**Due to concerns surrounding the possibility of COVID-19 spread and in cooperation with local health officials, the CARE program will close for the remainder of the week.  Please contact the Parks and Recreation office with any questions.**               8.24.20

The CARE program exists to provide high quality, structured, educational, and enjoyable care for students grades K through 8.  The program includes virtual learning assistance, reading programs, snacks, crafts, enrichment programs, and recreational activities.  We will be open 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. for the 2020-2021 school year.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!


Print and complete the full registration packet located in the right sidebar. Return the packet to the Churchill County Parks and Recreation Office or email to care@churchillcounty.org to register.

Transportation


Transportation will be provided by CARE to and from area schools in the middle of the day and again following PM school sessions.  We utilize 14 passenger vehicles to provide student transportation.  Students will be required to wear masks during transport per CDC recommendation as social distancing will not possible.

Transportation availability will be prioritized for those families who are unable to transport their children to the program due to work requirements.

Costs

Weekly

$50.00 - Half Day (5.5 hours or less per day | 4 or 5 days a week)
$85.00 - Full Day (More than 5.5 hours per day | 4 or 5 days a week)

Daily

$15.00 - Half Day (5.5 hours or less)
$25.00 - Full Day (More than 5.5 hours) 

After-School ONLY (3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.).....................$40.00 Weekly

CCSD Employees (3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.).......................$50.00 Monthly (Half Day)


CARE (2020-2021) - Program Flyer (Digital)

WHAT WILL A NORMAL DAY LOOK LIKE?

In short, CARE this year will look a lot like school!  Children will be separated by grade into individual classrooms where they will sit in desks.  Classrooms will have instructional aides and counselors to assist students with schoolwork and focus on assigned learning objectives.  We will be working with area schools to communicate and ensure that children remain focused on current topics and assignments.

We will have several rooms dedicated to enrichment activities (art, music, drama, athletics, computers).  Children will have outdoor recreation time - both structured and unstructured.  Children will eat lunch and snacks at the program.    

The day will be separated into 4 activity periods.  

Instructional Periods (AM/PM)

There will be an AM and PM instructional period of approximately 3 hours each.  During instructional periods, children will work on their assigned schoolwork and/or learning objectives for 2 hours and engaged in enrichment activities for the remaining hour.  Students will be required to bring their own device to complete virtual learning assignments.  The specific time between activities will be adjusted to accommodate the different ages and attention spans.

Midday

Roughly 11:00 - 1:00, midday activities include lunch and indoor/outdoor recreational activities.  We have access to a dedicated playground, cafeteria, and City-County Gym across the street for our programming.  This period will have significant entries and exits as children leave for PM school sessions or arrive from AM school sessions.

End of Day

The final few hours of the day (3:30 - 6:00) will return to recreational programming for most students.  This includes organized games, crafts, and other activities.  There are several schools who have full day schedules, and those students will be having instructional time immediately upon arriving at the program.