Welcome To Kids Club

Important information about Oct. 8-9 Staff Development Days

  • School is closed Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 8 and 9, 2018 for staff development. The Kids Club Program will be available both days from 7:15 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at an additional cost at the following sites:

    Marion Elementary

    Children from the following schools will attend Marion on both days; Anderson, Bolin, Boyd, Chandler, Marion, Olson, Reed, Rountree, Story and Vaughan.

    Marion Elementary
    1595 Stablerun Dr., Allen, Texas 75002

    Boon Elementary

    Children from the following schools will attend Boon on both days; Boon, Cheatham, Evans, Green, Kerr, Lindsey, Norton and Preston.

    Boon Elementary
    1050 Comanche Dr. Allen, Texas 75013


    The cafeteria will not be available for lunch. Children will need to bring a sack lunch and a drink.

    Morning drop off

    Curbside drop off is available. The AISD Kids Club Staff are available beginning at 7:15 to walk your child/children into the building where they will then be signed in. If you need to speak with a staff member or would like to walk your child in, please park in designated parking areas so we can keep the drop off area flowing.

    Afternoon pick up – IDENTIFICATION REQUIRED

    All children are required to be signed out each day by a parent or guardian. Please be prepared to show identification.

    Tuesday, Oct. 9

    Movies at B &B Theater in Wylie (snack pack will be provided): Children will attend the animated feature “Smallfoot.” Buses will depart both campuses at 9 a.m. and return around 1 p.m.

    Kids Club also will have a full day of planned activities for children including indoor/outdoor activities, arts and crafts, games, computer time, etc.


    $35 first child per day, $30 each additional child per day

  • 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. A minimum of three days a week is required.

    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. Student assistants and volunteers may also be used according to specific site needs.

    Kids Club is an after-school program designed to provide children of working parents with a safe, home-like 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 1,600 children at 17 elementary schools. Kids Club is not a licensed day care and has received exemption from the governance of child care licensing.

    Who May Participate In Kids Club?

    Kids Club opens every day at 3 p.m. and closes at 6 p.m. The program is offered on all regular school days. Parents have the option to register for special school vacation days at an added cost.

    How Is the Program Staffed?

    The Allen ISD Community Services Department coordinates the entire Kids Club Program. This department handles child registration, staff employment, purchasing, staff training and curriculum development.

    What about Food and Snacks?

    The Allen ISD Food Service Department provide a nutritious snack for all participants. The cost of snacks is included in the monthly fee. Children attending Kids Club on special vacation days 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, healthy, well-supervised, home-like 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 motor activities in the gymnasium and outside, arts and crafts projects, field trips, independent reading, homework time and computers. Many of the Kids Club activities are planned by the children with guidance from the program staff. In this way, the program is less like school and more like home.