2022-2023 After-School Information
2022-2023 Community Education Tuition Fee Schedule ----------------------------------
Tuition Assistance is available at each site.
Non-Refundable Registration Fee:
- $50.00 (Non-Title I Fee Schools)
- $15.00 (Title I Fee Schools)
- $25.00 (Nibley Park and Middle Schools)
Monthly Tuition Fee:
- $260.00 (Non-Title I Schools)
- $50.00 (Title I Schools)
- $75.00 (Nibley Park School – grades K-6)
Tuition is billed on the 15th of the previous month.
Tuition is due on the 1st of each month.
$100.00 (Middle Schools (Nibley Park School – grades 7-8) – one-time fee for the year)
Dear SLCSD Community Education Families:
All Community Education After-School Programs have very strict standards. Our standards are geared towards assuring a healthy environment, positive staff-to-student interactions, and high-quality programs. Community Education strives to provide all students with a range of enrichment experiences to ensure that every student is Ready for Tomorrow.
Our programs begin when the regular school day ends and remain open until 6:00 PM. We maintain a low staff-to-student ratio, which allows our staff to be more attentive to each student and provide a broader range of enrichment activities. The After-School Program expectations align with the school day expectations & the daily rotations include CARE (Café, Academics, Recreation, & Enrichment). Our enrichment activities incorporate:
- Social and Emotional Learning (SEL), Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM), Digital Citizenship, Health and Wellness, and Enrichment Clubs.
In addition students will have access to enrichment opportunities based on their interests building upon student skills and strengths. Community Education wants to ensure that every student is Ready for Tomorrow and our high-quality programs will provide access to make students life long-learners.
Utah’s Department of Health has provided information about the formula shortage.
The Office of Child Care wants to ensure that all child care programs and caregivers are aware of this important resource and ask that you share the information with the parents and caregivers you work with.
Information about the formula shortage and a frequently asked questions can be accessed from WIC via the following link: https://wic.utah.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2022/05/FAQ-Infant-Formula-Shortage-.pdf
Please reach out to your local Health Department with any further questions. Local Health Department contact information can be found here.
State Child Care Assistance programs help parents cover the cost of child care. Our programs are licensed. For more information click the button below.
Thank you to @utahfoodbank for supporting the health @slcschools After-School students by providing them dinner. The the Kids Café Program allows students to have regular meals in a safe place.#EdFoundationSLC #uted— Salt Lake Education Foundation (@Team_SLEF) November 5, 2021
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