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Before & After School Summer Camp Program

Programs Offered

School Age Care:
Before & After, Before Only, After Only, Winter Break & Spring Break

Summer Camp:
Camp includes weekly field trips*, weekly swimming, bi-weekly bowling and library trips, special interest clubs, and open choice activities.
*During special event weeks, off base field trips will not be offered.

Click here for our Babysitting and Home Alone schedules.

Advanced Babysitting Classes
Advanced Babysitting Class (includes CPR), $40, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., is open to ages 10 to 16. There will be a one-hour lunch break. You can bring your own brown bag lunch and beverage. A minimum of four students are required to hold a class. For information and to register, please call 719-556-7220.

Classes are offered Saturdays on these dates.


March 11
April 8
May 6
June 3
July 15
August 12
September 9

Home Alone Classes, free. Open to ages 10 to 16. Dates and times to be announced. For more information and to register, call 719-556-7220.

Hours of Operation:
The School Age Program runs Monday – Friday based on District 11 school schedule and is closed all federal holidays.

Before School 6:30 am-7:30 am
After School 2:45 pm-6:00 pm
Camp / All Day Out 6:30 am-6:00 pm
Provide care for D-11 Kindergarten Program

Children may be in the program no more than 10 hours per day. For waiver information please ask the front desk staff. The program also offers transportation to and from James Irwin Charter School in School District 2 and Christa McAuliffe Elementary School in School District 11. For details, contact the Youth Center at 719-556-7220.

Before and After School registration is held in July, and the registration for Summer Camp is held in April.

Children enrolled in either program must re-register for the next program.

Fees & Payments:
Fees are based on total family income. Fees are due by COB each Monday. A late fee of $10 per day will be assessed until payment is made in full. Failure to pay your weekly and late fees within two weeks could result in suspension from program.

The program provides SAP staff with continuous training on youth development, health, safety, nutrition, child guidance and activities to provide a safe and child-friendly environment. Our staff to child ratio is 1:12 (one adult for every 12 children).


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