Full Day/ Summer Care

The PCE BASE Program offers full day care during non-school days.  All teacher workdays, and most days over breaks, including summer.  See below for dates we are CLOSED on full days during the 2020-2021 school year.  
We offer two different program options during our full days:

1.  Full Day: Hours 7:00 am -5:30 pm, Cost $35.00 per day plus the cost of daily activity fee and transportation, Activities vary to include on-site activities and field trips (see calendars for details).  Optional lunches are available at the cost of $7.00 per lunch on days lunch is not provided.

2.  Field Trip Only Option:  Hours 9:00 am-2:00 pm, Cost $30.00 per day.  This option allows your child to participate in the on-site activity and/or field trip and flexibility for time and cost for parents.  Optional lunches are available at the cost of $7.00 per lunch on days lunch is not provided.

Dates the PCE BASE Program is CLOSED during the 2020-2021 School Year:
-July 3, 2020 (Holiday)
-September 7, 2020 (Holiday)
-November 25, 26, 27, 2020 (Holiday)
-December 21-December 25 and December 31, 2020 & January 1, 2021 (Holiday and winter break)
-January 18, 2021 (Holiday)
-February 15, 2021 (Holiday)
-May 31, 2021 (Holiday)

Optional Lunches:  This is a great alternative for busy families to take advantage of the PCE BASE Program setting up and coordinating nutritious lunches for your children during full days.  The meals are balanced and healthy and served hot.  The optional lunch menu will be posted online through Schoolcare Works for each day.  You can sign up and pay directly through the Schoolcare Works system for optional lunches.  (Currently optional lunches are not available during full days due to nutrition services offering free breakfast and lunch to all students through December 31, 2020. Please see attached menu link for daily meal option.)

Nutrition Services Menu

On the LINKS page of this website, you will find monthly calendars of full day activities and links to some of our most popular field trip destinations.  We take DCSD approved buses to all of our destinations.  

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