4-H Afterschool @ Lake Forest South (Lake Forest School District)

                              

Where: Lake Forest South Elementary School, Cafeteria
301 Dorman Street
Harrington, DE 19952

When: 3:00-6 p.m. Monday through Thursday, when school is in session for a full day and 9am-4pm Monday through Friday, during summer

Enrollment Requirement: Students enrolled in either Lake Forest South or Central Elementary school; Lake Forest elementary students in other schools and non-Lake families, please contact the director

Grades: Kindergarten – 5th

Cost: Summer Camp is FREE to Lake South and Central students with $10 fee per field trip; $35 per week for Lake North and East youth; $85 per week for private families. Before care and after care offered for a fee

4-H Afterschool is FREE to Lake South and Central students with fees only related to field trips, as required. Afterschool transportation may be available, including from Central to South.

Purchase of Care accepted: Site ID 1710467100        To check if you qualify, please visit Delaware ASSIST to apply for eligibility.

Site contact: Rosezine Marshall, rnadshel@dtcc.edu, 302-359-7564

If, in an emergency, you need to reach the site contact please call (302) 469-3779.

To enroll: Submit completed enrollment form, walk release, parent handbook signature page and medical records including immunization and physical records (see links to print each page) to  Kent County  4-H Afterschool/Summer Director, Sequoia Rent, srent@udel.edu (302) 730-4000, fax 302-735-8130. Forms may also be submitted to Lake Forest South’s main office.

Afterschool-Enrollment-2018/2019-FAMILY (for families enrolling multiple youth)

Afterschool-Enrollment-2018/2019-SINGLE (for families enrolling one child)

Regs-and-Dress-Code

Walk-Release-2018/2019

Parent-Handbook-2018

Parent-HB-Signature-Page

Health-Form (this form is not required, but immunization and physical records are required for enrollment)

Home-Meal-Release (this form is only for families who will be providing their own meals/snacks)

 

 

Funding for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers programs are provided by the US Department of Education and administered by the Delaware Department of Education.