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SUMMER ESCAPE
PRICING INFORMATION

DATES & TIMES
July 5 - August 18, 2017
Hours: 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM

ALL RATES ARE WEEKLY

Full Weekly Rate: $175.00
Multi-Week Signup: $170.00
Multi-Child Signup: $170.00
Both Multi-Week & Multi-Child: $165.00

Financial Assistance Rate: $70.00
Must qualify for Federal Free or Reduced Meal Program. This rate is only available to residents of Enfield.

Week 1 Rate: $110.00
Week 1 With Multi-week sign-up: $107.00
Week 1 Multi-child sign-up: $107.00
Week 1 Both Multi-child/week sign-up: $103.00
Week 1 Financial Assistance Rate: $50.00

We accept Care 4 Kids
Camp Scholarships Available
Call 860-253-9935 for more information

EXTENDED HOURS RATES

Before Camp: 7AM - 8AM
Rate: $25 per week

After Camp: 3PM - 6PM
Rate: $60.00 per week
$50.00 per week for mulit-child enrollment

No financial assistance available for Extended Day rates.
No bus transportation available for Extended Day.

Summer Escape Bus Schedule Information

We provide limited bus service for Enfield residents along Route 5 and Brainard Road only.

Bus Stop location and times.

Enfield Street School - 1318 Enfield Street (7:17 AM & 3:41 PM)
Alcorn School - 1010 Enfield Street (7:23 AM & 3:34 PM)
St. Adalbert Parish - 90 Alden Avenue ( 7:30 AM & 3:27 PM)
St. Martha Church & School - 214 Brainard Rd. (7:38 AM & 3:19 PM)

HEALTHY MEALS = HEALTHY MINDS

Growing Healthy Habits. A Partnership with ERfC and the Enfield Food Shelf.


Healthy Meals = Healthy Minds is a collaboration between ERfC and the Enfield Food Shelf to ensure all Enfield  children and families have the food they need to  succeed in school and in life. Without enough food, a child cannot learn, an adult cannot work and a family cannot function!

Healthy Meals = Healthy Minds is a year-round outreach and engagement initiative designed to ensure that every child and  family in Enfield has the food they need to succeed in school and lead healthy lives.

Without funding from community partners, we could not provide this opportunity for  Enfield families!

Healthy Meals = Healthy Minds help us with our overall goal to help students and  families be more self-sufficient and for kids to have the  appropriate nutrition to learn better.

Healthy Meals = Healthy Minds family friendly events:
• give families the opportunity to see how they can get healthy and delicious meals out of a tight budget
• events include recipes, raffle prizes, and games
• use the platform to support the Summer Lunch Bunch program, a free USDA program to feed children and their parents
• a health and nutrition literacy components
• parents utilize case management services to sign up for other resources, such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) at the Enfield Food Shelf
• workshops on food budgeting, nutrition, and fitness, and learn about gardening.
• hold family night dinners, with the ideal of partnering with more agencies and offering more resources.
• Volunteers make it possible to provide activities
• Healthy Meals = Healthy Minds help us with our overall goal to help students and families be more self-sufficient and for kids to have the appropriate nutrition to learn better


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In Partnership With

Healthy Meals = Healthy Minds Programs

Community Outreach & Engagement provides strength-based case management services, connects  families to community resources and providers, and includes out-of-school time activities to support academic success. ERfC partners with the schools and the community to provide family engagement opportunities throughout the year.

The Healthy Meals=Healthy Minds project, in partnership with the Enfield Food Shelf, provides tools to help families learn about health, fitness and  nutrition, shopping, food budgeting,  and meal preparation. Healthy Meals=Healthy Minds also helps to connect families with school and out-of-school time activities.

Tonight in Thompsonville provides a monthly family dinner event during the school year that includes educational activities in collaboration with community service providers.

Summer Lunch Bunch is a a free USDA lunch program for children up to age 18. Enrichment and literacy activities provide summer learning opportunities.

KidZ Sports is an after school fitness program that introduces athleticism through creative play in a learning environment. KidZ Sports focuses on teaching sport skills from dribbling to throwing, and improving fitness through dynamic warm-up and conditioning stations. KidZ Sports also includes is an education component on nutrition.

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