We are working in partnership with the Madison Metropolitan School District to provide full school day programs for school age children at Lapham Elementary (1045 E. Dayton) beginning September 8. This program is designed to meet the evolving needs of students and parents during this unprecedented time. We are excited to continue supporting families by offering full school day care that includes academic support for virtual learning, fun enrichment activities, and social emotional learning.
Red Caboose Fall School Day Program Details:
The enrollment packet link includes: 1) Full Day Program Information 2) Enrollment Information, 3) Enrollment Form, 4) Parent Permissions and Payment Agreement, 5) Emergency Contact Form, 6-7) Health Form, 8) Day Care Immunization Record, 9-11) COVID-19 Policies and Waivers.
If you are unable to print the enrollment forms and would like to fill out a paper copy, we will have enrollment documents at an in-person sign-up on Tuesday, August 11 from 5:30-7pm at Red Caboose Child Care Center, 654 Willliamson Street. You can either complete your paperwork on site, or take it with you to review and return. We will also have hard copies available at the Child Care Center and at Camp Caboose.
Priority registration will be given to families who were already registered for fall after school care and current Grasshopper families at the Child Care Center through Friday, August 14th. Other families can turn in enrollment paperwork during this priority period but it will not be processed until after August 14th.
Monday, December 21st, Tuesday, December 22nd, Wednesday, December 23rd
Monday, December 28th, Tuesday, December 29th, Wednesday, December 30th
$47.75 per day. Each day of Winter Camp is enrollment dependent, so please register as soon as possible.
For us to provide a high quality After-School Program, we maintain a ratio of 1 teacher to 10-12 children, a nourishing snack, and a variety of cooperative play and learning opportunities for your child. Our program is child centered. It allows time for quiet play and reading, active and outdoor play, field trips, and both small and large group and individual activities. Activities are also offered in the areas of arts and crafts, construction, small manipulative toys, games, dramatic play, science, computer, and cooking.