Out of School Time
Upcoming Important Dates
The week of May 23-25 we will be providing full day programming. I will have sign up sheets out soon so that I can get a count of children coming. We plan on a trip to the KC Zoo on May 25th. Children will need to bring a lunch (preferably in disposable bag) and wear their green JCPRD t-shirt.
Fall enrollment is well underway. If you have not done so yet you can go online at www.jcprdkids.com to start the enrollment process. Forms can be downloaded and emailed or faxed to the registration office. We look forward to seeing you again in the fall.
End of the Year News
Commit to Health Pledge
We are very excited to report that we have taken the Commit to Health Pledge! In doing so you can expect to see our out of school time participants engaging in more physical activity, learning about good nutrition, and eating healthier snacks while in attendance at JCPRD. Commit to Health is an initiative of the National Recreation and Park and Association and The Alliance for a Healthier Generation. Our staff has worked hard to develop a new food service menu that features items that are nutrient dense, low in fat, sugar, and sodium, as well as more fresh fruits and vegetables. Please support our efforts to help students develop healthy eating habits by encouraging them to be open to trying new foods and by reinforcing the benefits of nutritious diet. Healthy snacks and meals improve cognitive function, increase energy, and help children grow strong muscles and bones!
Morning Care: 7:00-8:40AM
After School Care: 3:45-6:00PM
All Day Care Days: 7:00AM-6:00PM
Snow Days*: 8:00AM-5:00PM
**Snow Days are at the discretion of USD #232. Please check your e-mail and the JCPRD Cell Phone at 913-309-7334 for updated information.
For registration/schedule changes contact the Registration Office at 913-826-3359
Johnson County Parks and Recreation: Out of School Time
Adventure awaits your child at JCPRD Out of School Time (OST) programs! JCPRD challenges our next generation with fun and stimulating enrichment opportunities. Multi-talented and well-educated staff facilitate opportunities to explore environmental literacy, fitness, health, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math), creativity and innovation. A mixed age group setting and opportunities for gender specific activities are also included. JCPRD-OST programs are instrumental in building important lifeskills.