WAYNE – The Wayne Community Activity Center released their 2018-2019 After School Program information in late July.
On July 30, the program handbooks were listed as ready for the upcoming school year. Those interested may stop by the front desk at the Activity Center located at 901 West 7th Street to grab one anytime throughout the school year.
A reminder, the handbook must be completed and signed before the student can participate in the program. The After School Program is open to kids in kindergarten – fifth grade.
Leaders will pick up the kids from school and walk them back to the Wayne Community Activity Center. Students will be able to complete their homework, enjoy a snack while participating in crafts and games.
Costs to CAC members are $5 daily after school from 3:35-6 p.m.; $45 for 10 punches; $9 for each 2 p.m. dismissal until 6 p.m. and a rate of $24 for all day from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. (only offered when there is no school).
Non-member costs include $7 daily for after school from 3:35-6 p.m.; $65 for 10 punches; $14 for each 2 p.m. dismissal until 6 p.m. and a $34 rate for all day from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. (only offered when there is no school).
The Coordinators will be Felicity Jech, Jamie Gamble and Payton Ruhl.
Contact the Wayne Community Activity Center with any questions at 402-375-4803 or like them on Facebook for more information about other activities.
- Learn new skills and enhance old ones
- Develop relationships
- Be involved in healthy lifestyles
- Build character and reinforce values