SCHOOL AGE CARE
School Age Care Program Information
Our School Age Program is for Kindergarten Graduates up to 12-year-olds!
Encourage and support positive social, emotional and academic development. We promote physical health and also offer safe and reliable transportation.
Specialized training for teachers to coordinate group activities and curriculum with limited tech time and maximum inclusion.
Offering a variety of study styles and techniques to include all ages. Summer care adds educational field trips and activities daily.
Our School Age Approach
Before and after school care can often be seen as a means to an end… but not with us! Our program integrates school preparation and studying with daily activities. Our teachers are able to work with children of different ages in one group and use peer modeling techniques.
Find out what the School Age Program looks like at Yellow Brick Road and plan a visit with one of our child care centers in all the schools that have programs .
From field trips to museums, parks, and splash pads to building volcanoes and parachutes in class, we have all of the fun in summer care. By the time summer gets here, your children will be begging to return to our summer program! Our Director staff puts so much time and effort into coordinating curriculum and fun into these few shorts weeks, and it definitely pays off. We have outdoor play areas and indoor gyms for use as well, and there is always a lesson woven into their activity so we can secretly keep learning while we’re having fun.
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Cool Down Toys
Here’s a fun look at FIVE toys your kiddos can learn from, cool down their behaviors with, and enjoy all at the same time!
Teacher Appreciation 2023
Teacher Appreciation Week is ALWAYS one of our favorites to enjoy! Our Admin team puts a lot of time and effort into how they can dedicate thoughtful events into celebrating their teachers.
Cooking with Kids
Have you ever made a delicious dinner, and then had your child say, “I don’t like that!”