Morning Care Program (4 year olds and up, 7:00- 8:30 am) In the Morning Care Program students may curl up with a book on cozy lambskins, play a game, or engage in other activities in Cedarwood’s school library. Parents are encouraged to send a warm breakfast with their children. This program is managed by Vermont Hills Life Center, a state licensed childcare provider.
Woodland Garden Program (4 to 6 year olds, 12:30- 5:30 pm) Woodland Garden’s regular afternoon schedule includes outside play, rest time, afternoon snack, and other activities. The less structured play of this program complements the form and rhythm of the early childhood morning. This program, like all of Cedarwood’s after school programs, is run by the school. Cedarwood is a state certified child care center.
Grades After School Program (1st-4th graders, dismissal until 5:30) The Grades After School Program provides a safe, wholesome environment with a consistent daily rhythm aimed at nurturing the children’s transition to an extended day of school. The early half of the afternoon (for first graders) includes imaginative free play outdoors and inside rest time, stories, crafts, and a healthy snack.. The latter half of the day (for 1st to 4th graders) integrates a mix of board games and crafts with outdoor games, jump rope, and free play.
Homework Room (5th-8th graders, 3:15-4:30) Homework Room provides a quiet place for older students to work on class assignments. Students who need extended afternoon care may join the Grades After School Program until 5:30 pm.
Registration for Morning Care Program: Register online with Vermont Hills Family Life Center (www.vhflc.org)
Registration for Woodland Garden, the Grades After School Program, and Homework Room: Families must fill out and sign registration packets for each after school program. Forms are next to the community bulletin board. Parents may pre-register their child with prepaid monthly registration form by the 25th of the month prior. A 3% discount is available to families who pay for the entire school year. Drop-ins are accepted, space allowing, using a prepaid punch card.