Aftercare

At St. Bernard Academy, our Aftercare program is designed to ensure an enriching, convenient, and successful after-school experience for students and parents.

Licensed through the Department of Education, students in Aftercare build community, engage in physical activities, and use their imaginations even after the final bell rings for the school day.

PLEASE NOTE: This page is in the process of being updated for the 2020-2021 school year. We will post up to date information as soon as it becomes available.

Activities

Various enrichment opportunities are offered during Aftercare for interested students. Individual instructors set fees, dates, and times while SBA provides the space needed. Current clubs include:

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Locations

3K, JK, and K
Meet in JK Room

Levels 1 - 5
Meet in the Jim Carell Dining Hall

Levels 6 - 8
Meet in Rooms 19 and 20 behind the stage


Hours of Operation and Cost

Aftercare is open from dismissal until 6:00 PM when school is in session and on scheduled days when school is closed. Please see the attached calendar. Full time Aftercare students (those attending every day) pay a monthly fee with discounts offered for siblings. Drop in students are charged various daily fees depending on the day and the number of siblings attending. For a complete breakdown of costs, click here.
 

Sign Out

All parents will need to sign out their students each day when picking up from Aftercare. The computer checkout is located by the Jim Carell Dining Hall for Levels 1-8 and in the JK Room for students in 3K - Kindergarten.


Questions?

For more information, please contact Aftercare Director, Rebecca Nichols, at RNichols@stbernard.org or Associate Director, Jordan Harkey, at JHarkey@stbernard.org.

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The biggest benefit of getting involved outside of the classroom is that it often helps students develop social-emotional skills. Removing them from the school environment and encouraging interactions with kids of different ages and with different skill sets allows them to practice their problem-solving skills and manage their emotions in real situations.

Rebecca Nichols
Aftercare Director