Kids Club After-School Program
What is The Kids Club After-School Program?
Kids Club is open to all school-aged children in kindergarten through grade six who live within the Allen ISD boundaries.Kids Club is an after-school program designed to provide children of working parents with a safe, engaging atmosphere. The program provides after-school care for children in kindergarten through grade six. Kids Club members are able to choose from a variety of recreational, social and enrichment activities each day. Kids Club is supported by parent fees and serves more than 1,800 children at 18 elementary schools. Kids Club is not a licensed day care and has received exemption from the governance of child care licensing.
Kids Club staff members are employees of AISD. Kids Club programs are managed at each school by a Site Coordinator. Each Site Coordinator will work with the children and manage the day-to-day operations of the program. Adult assistants are hired to work with children and student assistants also support students according to specific site needs.
Who May Participate In Kids Club?
Kids Club opens every day at 3 p.m. and closes at 6:00 p.m. The program is offered on all regular school days. Parents have the option to register students currently enrolled in the program for break days/holidays at an additional cost.
How Is the Program Staffed?
The Allen ISD Community Services Department coordinates and manages all aspects of the Kids Club Program.
What about Food and Snacks?
Kids Club provides a snack for all participants. The cost of snacks is included in the tuition fee. Children attending Kids Club on break days/holidays will be required to bring their own lunch. An afternoon snack will be provided.
What Type of Activities Are Offered?
The primary goal of Kids Club is to provide a safe and engaging environment for all children. Children are offered choices wherever possible to make the program relevant and fun for everyone.
The Kids Club program provides opportunities for the child to be involved in self-directed activities, large gross motor activities in the gymnasium and outside, arts and crafts projects, games, independent reading, and homework time.