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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)

ERfC BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL CENTERS
and KINDERCLUB

ERfC is Enfield's premiere choice for the out-of-school time activities, ensuring that all children are provided opportunities to learn, explore interests, and develop friendship in a fun, safe, and encouraging environment.

ERfC Before and After School Centers provide students with many opportunities to explore different learning styles by providing a variety of project-based and interactive activities. All grade level teams have a 1:10 student to adult ratio.

ABOUT COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS & GUIDELINES: For the safety of our students, staff, volunteers, and families, ERfC follows all the safety guidelines and mandates set by the State of CT, CDC, Enfield Public Schools, and the local Board of Health, for safe operation at all ERfC Centers.

ERfC Centers promote positive youth development while meeting the community's need for keeping Enfield kids and families productively employed during out-of-school time hours.

Our expanded learning opportunities include many academic, enrichment, and recreational programs that include:

  • Homework/Study Time
  • Learning Centers
  • Sports & Games
  • Computer Lab Time
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Fitness & Nutrition
  • STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math)
  • Literacy Support
  • Career Exploration
  • Community Service Learning

Please click below to register for Before & After School 

All registrations must be completed a minimum of 5 business days before attending before and/or after school. Your student(s) may begin attending the following Monday after the 5 business days. The ERfC Registrar will always send you a confirmation email with your student(s) start date. 

REGISTER FOR ERfC BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL CENTERS

1318 Enfield Street (map)

Grade level - K-5 (includes KinderClub)
Before School at Enfield Street School- K-2 Only (7 AM to start of school)
After School at Enfield Street School - K-5 (School dismissal to 6 PM)
Open throughout the school year

REGISTRATION

  1. If you are returning to ERfC, please complete a RETURNING FAMILY FORM HERE
  2. If you are NEW to ERfC or have not attended since 2016,  CLICK HERE

165 Weymouth Road (map)

Grade level - 3-5
Before School at Parkman School -  grades 3-5 only (7 AM to start of school)
After School at Enfield Street School - grades K-5  (School dismissal to 6 PM)
Open throughout the school year

REGISTRATION

  1. If you are returning to ERfC, please complete a RETURNING FAMILY FORM HERE
  2. If you are NEW to ERfC or have not attended since 2016,  CLICK HERE

27 Shaker Road (map)

Grade level - K-5 (includes KinderClub)
Before School at Barnard School- K-2 Only (7 AM to start of school)
After Schoolat Barnard School - K-5 (School dismissal to 6 PM)
Open throughout the school year

REGISTRATION

  1. If you are returning to ERfC, please complete a RETURNING FAMILY FORM HERE
  2. If you are NEW to ERfC or have not attended since 2016,  CLICK HERE

150 Brainard Road (map)

Grade level - 3-5
Before School at Crandall School -  grades 3-5 only (7 AM to start of school)
After School at Barnard School - grades K-5 (School dismissal to 6 PM)
Open throughout the school year

REGISTRATION

  1. If you are returning to ERfC, please complete a RETURNING FAMILY FORM HERE
  2. If you are NEW to ERfC or have not attended since 2016,  CLICK HERE

68 North Maple Street (map)

Grade level - K-5 (includes KinderClub)
Before School at Hazardville Memorial - K-2 Only (7 AM to start of school)
After School at Hazardville Memorial - K-5 (School dismissal to 6 PM)
Open throughout the school year

REGISTRATION

  1. If you are returning to ERfC, please complete a RETURNING FAMILY FORM HERE
  2. If you are NEW to ERfC or have not attended since 2016,  CLICK HERE

94 Middle Road (map)

Grade level - 3-5
Before School at Eli Whitney -  grades 3-5 only (7 AM to start of school)
After School at Hazardville Memorial -  grades k-5 (School dismissal to 6 PM)
Open throughout the school year

REGISTRATION

  1. If you are returning to ERfC, please complete a RETURNING FAMILY FORM HERE
  2. If you are NEW to ERfC or have not attended since 2016,  CLICK HERE

JFK Students will be bused to the ERfC Distance Learning Center at the Enfield Annex after school for a grade 6-8 After School Cohort due to construction at JFK Middle School.

Location TBA due to JFK Construction

Grade level - 6-8
Before School - NO
After School -  Grades 6-8  (From school dismissal to 6 PM)
Open from first day of school in September to last day in June

REGISTRATION

  1. If you are returning to ERfC, please complete a RETURNING FAMILY FORM HERE
  2. If you are NEW to ERfC or have not attended since 2016,  CLICK HERE

    MORE INFORMATION YOU SHOULD KNOW

    We accept Care 4 Kids! 

    Please visit our Program Forms page for more information

    Program fees for 21st Century (CCLC ) federally funded grant programs are recommended and not a requirement of enrollment/continued service. No student will be excluded from the program regardless of ability to pay. Families requesting enrollment in CCLC funded programs are not required to provide verification of financial status and are able to self-report their income. Funds are limited.

    ABOUT COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS & GUIDELINES: For the safety of our students, staff, volunteers, and families, ERfC follows all the safety guidelines and mandates set by the State of CT, CDC, Enfield Public Schools, and the local Board of Health, for safe operation at all ERfC Centers. Face masks are mandatory and provided as needed. All staff and volunteers working directly with students are mandated to wear both masks and face shields. Temperatures are also taken daily. We supply all cleaning and sanitizing materials at all working locations.

    ERfC School-Age Centers are open for all school early release days.  Students come to us in the normal manner at the earlier time and stay until their normal pickup time.

    Early Release Days  2021-2022
    • Sept 29
    • Oct 27
    • Nov 9 & 10
    • Nov 24
    • Dec 8
    • Dec 23
    • Jan 26
    • Mar 16
    • Apr 27
    • May 25

    Early Release Days Hours of operations

    • From school release time to 6 PM.
    • For unscheduled early releases due to weather or other factors, Centers will open unless school building usage is restricted.

    If you are NOT already enrolled in our School-Age Centers, you may sign up for school Early Release Days and attend one of our centers for the afternoon.  Please call our office for more details.

    • If Enfield schools are canceled in the morning, all ERfC Centers will be CLOSED.
    • If Enfield schools release early or cancel afternoon activities,  ERfC Centers will be OPEN.  Early pickups are encouraged but not required.
    • When there is a delayed opening for Enfield Schools, ERfC adjusts its schedule in accordance with the EPS schedule.
      - For a 2 hour delay, ERfC opens at 9:00 am
      - For a 3 hour delay, ERfC opens at 10:00 am

      - In the event of school cancellation for the day, ERfC programs are also canceled for the day.

    • Parents will be notified directly about any variation of these ERfC policies.

    ERfC School-Age Centers are closed on all Federal holidays and some school vacation days.

    • Labor Day
    • Columbus Day
    • Professional Training Days
    • Election Day
    • Veteran's Day
    • Thanksgiving Holiday
    • Christmas Holiday
    • New Year's Day
    • Martin Luther King Day
    • President's Day
    • Good Friday
    • Memorial Day

    Please visit our Program Forms page for more information

    Dear ERfC Parents & Guardians,

    We would like to make everyone aware that there are children in our before and after school programs that have a severe allergy to peanuts and/or tree nuts. This allergic reaction (anaphylactic shock that may result in death) can occur by simply breathing the breath of a child who has eaten peanuts, by touching the hands of a child who may have peanut butter on them, or touching surfaces that may be contaminated with peanut butter.

    Since this condition can be life threatening, we are asking for your help in minimizing the risk to all of our students by:
    a) Avoid giving children peanuts or nut snacks to bring to ANY ERfC program.
    b) Avoid sending peanut butter sandwiches, other spreads containing nuts (such as Nutella) and any snacks or bars containing nuts or labelled “may contain traces of nuts or peanuts”.
    c) Ask your child to not share their lunches and to never give peanuts or other nuts to any other student, and explain to them about this serious allergy.

    Due to the severity of the allergy, it is important that all parents and guardians adhere to this policy and talk with your children about the importance of following these measures, to reduce the risk of allergic reaction in any child. If your child must eat peanut products before coming to school, please make sure they thoroughly wash their hands and that they understand the importance of protecting their fellow students by having clean hands.

    We thank you in advance for your co-operation.

    Please visit our Program Forms page for more information

    Why volunteer with ERfC?
    Volunteering promotes personal health and growth, allows you to share a skill, and gives back to your community. Volunteering can also provide professional work experience. ERfC will design the perfect opportunity for you— with you! Volunteer hours are flexible and we help to match your passion with the needs of the children we serve. There are so many ways you can make a difference!

    To learn more or to volunteer, please visit erfcinc.org/volunteer-opportunities/.

    Don't forget to sign up for our Vacation Destination Days!

    When school is closed for vacation, we are open! Sign your students up for Vacation Destination days during school vacations for full days of fun! Vacation Destination days include a snack & lunch and fun, enriching activities such as technology, sports, art, science, and more!

    The ERfC Vacation Destination Center will be open from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM on the following 2021-2022 Non-School Days:

    • December 27 - 31 - Holiday Break
    • April 11 - 14 - Spring Vacation
    • June 20 - 24 - Summer Vacation

    Please complete the form HERE to register for Vacation Destination Days!

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