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Flex Program for Transitional Kinder and Kinder Students

Extended Day now has the Flex program available for TK/K students.


You can now revise your online August calendars to convert your scheduled TK/K calendars to Flex.


If you choose Flex for your TK/K student, our staff will pick them up from the classroom everyday unless you have notified the Instructor that your child will not be attending Extended Day that day. If your TK/K student comes to Extended Day you will be charged for the time they are in the program.


Charter Extended Day 2022-2023 School Year General Lottery Information

The 2022-2023 School Year General Lottery email notifications will be sent out starting the week of July 25, 2022. 

Please notify our office after July 29, 2022 if you signed up for the General Lottery and did not receive an email.

Please be sure to also check your junk and spam folders.


Entry in the General Lottery is required for the 2022-2023 School Year Program

GENERAL LOTTERY

OPENS: Monday, July 11, 2022 at 5:00 pm

CLOSES: Thursday, July 21, 2022 at 5:00 pm

For those families with an Extended Day online account, the lottery entry is through your existing online account ONLY.  Families that are new to Extended Day or who have never set up their online account will use the hyper-link found below.  This link will be available on July 11th at 5:00pm when the lottery opens.

extdaylottery.edcoe.org

We will not have in person sign-ups for the 2022-2023 School Year Program

Be sure to complete all required information to be successfully entered in to the 

2022-2023 School Year Program General Lottery.


After the July 21, 2022 deadline the lottery will run and those randomly selected will be notified by email with instructions on how to enroll. 


 Every effort will be made to enroll as many students as possible based on staffing and space limits.


If you were not selected in the lottery an email will be sent to notify you that your children have been automatically placed on the waitlist for the site you selected.


If you missed the online lottery entry call our main office waitlist hotline at 530-295-2248 to place your children on the waitlist. 


The Pleasant Grove Extended Day site is closed, families can use Recue or Green Valley.

 

2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR RATES AND FEES:


Scheduled Rate: $3.95 per hour per child

Flex Rate: $4.35 per hour per child.  

Monthly Minimums: 30 hours 1st child / 15 hours each additional child

Program Use Fee: $20 per child – Annual - billed to your account

Non-Refundable Deposit: $30 per child – must be paid online at registration

Account Activation Fee: $25 – per account - billed to your account 

(for new accounts and accounts inactive for 12 or more months)


Charter Extended Day 2022-23 School Year Information

We do not yet have registration information for the new school year.


Once information is available we will post it here, with instructions on how to enter the lottery for the 2022-23 school year.


Please check back regularly.


Charter Extended Day Summer Program 2022

Summer Rate: $4.35 per hour per child / Weekly Minimums / Flex Only*

 

At Lake Forest School (Rescue District)*

June 2 – August 3, 2022 / 7:00 am – 5:30 pm

Swimming: Mondays/Wednesdays

 

At Sierra School (Placerville District)

June 6 – August 3, 2022 / 7:00 am – 5:30 pm

Swimming: Mondays/Wednesdays

 

At Silva Valley School (Buckeye District)

June 13 – August 3, 2022 / 7:00 am – 5:30 pm

Swimming: Tuesdays/Thursdays

 

The summer program is not open to incoming TK or graduating 8th grade students

 

If you need summer service and missed the Summer Lottery sign-up, please call the waitlist hotline at 530-295-2248.

                                                                               

*Rates/Fees/Locations/Hours are subject to change without notice.


Extended Day Program, an example of why California ranks #1 in after school programs

A national survey conducted by the Afterschool Alliance has distinguished California as the leading state in after school programs with strong student participation and high program satisfaction among parents. “These programs are helping our children learn and stay safe after school, while helping working parents keep their jobs,” said State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson.

In El Dorado County, students and families benefit from the high-quality services provided by public education and community based child care programs. One example is the El Dorado County Office of Education’s (EDCOE) Charter Extended Day Program, which has provided educationally enriching child care throughout the county since 1984. The Extended Day program represents a unique collaboration with school districts to meet the needs of families, and help students excel by allowing them to continue learning after the bell rings.

Extended Day provides a safe and engaging learning environment before and after school to 2500 students enrolled in El Dorado County public school districts on 23 different school sites, allowing students to go back and forth from school to Extended Day without transportation. Extended Day’s services are also available during school vacations, including a robust summer program.


Extended Day Comes Back to School ‘Funtastically’

Extended Day child care team members from EDCOE were welcomed back from summer break with an “It’s Funtastic!” in-service training day.  The in-service, which is part of a regular professional development model, allowed staff to gain crucial knowledge on a variety of topics designed to ensure that Extended Day continues to provide outstanding service to families in the community. 

 

Guest speakers presented information on different ways to provide fun and engaging program elements for students, and in addition there was training on a variety of other topics, including epi-pen regulations and administration, common medical concerns, the program’s new website, and various personnel information. 

“The day was filled with positive energy, and our team received great training to ensure another successful school year,” Extended Day Program Supervisor Lori Scalaro expressed.

“Extended Day provides educationally enriching child care before, during, and after school on 22 schools sites throughout El Dorado County,” Scalaro added.  “I am proud of our team and their hard work delivering high-quality support and services to our students and families.”

More information about Extended Day can be found on the program’s website athttp://eday.edcoe.org/ or by calling (530) 295-2298. 


El Dorado County Public Health Information

Click here to find out more about the Back to School Immunization information.


And the Survey Says...

A national survey conducted by the Afterschool Alliance has distinguished California as the leading state in after school programs with strong student participation and high program satisfaction among parents. “These programs are helping our children learn and stay safe after school, while helping working parents keep their jobs,” said State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson.

In El Dorado County, students and families benefit from the high-quality services provided by public education and community based child care programs. One example is the El Dorado County Office of Education’s (EDCOE) Charter Extended Day Program, which has provided educationally enriching child care throughout the county since 1984. The Extended Day program represents a unique collaboration with school districts to meet the needs of families, and help students excel by allowing them to continue learning after the bell rings.

Extended Day provides a safe and engaging learning environment before and after school to 2500 students enrolled in El Dorado County public school districts on 23 different school sites, allowing students to go back and forth from school to Extended Day without transportation. Extended Day’s services are also available during school vacations, including a robust summer program.


Extended Day Video

We are excited to share our new program video!  Take a peek inside our-high quality programs and hear from students and parents about their Extended Day experiences.