Before and After School Programs
care for elementary school age children
who may not otherwise have supervision
during the hours before and after school.
Staff play educational games and sports
with children, help them with homework
and engage them in social activities and
crafts. The programs are housed in
schools and offer a safe, caring
environment for children.
Before and After School Programs are
offered in the following districts:
Marquette Area Public Schools
Negaunee Public Schools
Lakeview Elementary School
Please use the appropriate Enrollment
Packet to enroll your child.
|706 Chippewa Square, Suite 200
Marquette, MI 49855
Phone: (906) 228-4050
Fax: (906) 228-2153
|Before and After School Program
|All rights reserved.
|Enrollment Information and Paperwork
Please choose and print the forms and
information for your child's school.
Please be sure to read through all of the
policies and procedures.
You may enroll at any time
during the school year.
In addition to our website, there
are Enrollment Packets in the
school offices where we offer the
program, at our Chippewa Square
office, and at the programs during
the hours before and after school.
|Parents pay only for the days that
We accept cash, checks, money
orders, debit and credit cards.
Payment may be given to any
program staff, dropped off or mailed
to our office, and debit/credit cards
can be taken over the phone by
calling 906-228-4050 ext. 120.
Our Summer Program is for children from 3 years old through 14 years old. Preschoolers must be potty trained
and not require a daily nap.
The Program is open from 6:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. It starts a few days after the Public
Schools end, and there's two weeks off before the Public Schools start in the Fall. There are NO limitations
such as set schedules or minimum days of attendance required for enrollment in this program.
The Summer Program is an organized, supervised program for pre-school, elementary and middle school-aged
children that focuses on the out-of-doors and keeps the children on-the-go. Activities will include field trips,
organized sports, recreational games, gardening, nature hikes, sand, and water play. Indoor activities will
include arts and crafts, games, dramatic play, quiet time, reading, storytelling and board/card games.
Volunteers and visitors from the community join program staff whenever interest, activities and timing permits.
Meeting the nutritional needs of the children on a daily basis is a shared responsibility. Program staff will serve
the children an A.M. Snack and a P.M. Snack. Parents must pack a cold lunch with a beverage for your child(ren).