After School Care at Jewish Day School

The SJCC has expanded its Kidstown before and after school care program to JDS. It’s a town just for kids in junior kindergarten through 8th grade.

The J partners with the Jewish Day School of Metropolitan Seattle for our Kidstown after school care program, as well as specific School’s Out Camps hosted at our Mercer Island campus. We’ve expanded our popular Kidstown before and after school program to the Jewish Day School of Metropolitan Seattle. Kidstown will be located in the BAH. A Kidstown staff member will meet kids in grades Junior K-2 after school and bring them to Kidstown.

Looking for something to do during school vacations? Try our School’s Out Camps held at our Mercer Island campus.

For more information, contact SJCC Youth and Family Program Coordinator Karli Schiller or call 206-388-0828.

Kidstown JDS Hours and Rates

2016-17 Rates

Afternoon Care Rates (monthly cost)
One day/week $150
Two days/week $190
Three days/week $245
Four days/week $265
Five days/week $305

2016-17  calendar coming soon

2016/17 Hours

JDS closes at 6 p.m. Monday-Thursday. Friday closures vary depending on the time of year:

 

Friday Dates Closure Time
August 29-September 30 6 p.m.
October 7-March 10 4 p.m.
March 24-June 15 6 p.m.

Punch Cards

We also offer a drop-in option for families that need care during normal JDS Kidstown hours, but not on a regular basis. You can hit the gym, run errands, or just take a break while your kids get to experience the full line-up of Kidstown programming before or after school. Reservations required 24 hours in advance; contact SJCC Youth and Family Program Coordinator Karli Schiller or call 206-388-0828 to reserve a spot.

To participate in Drop-In Kidstown, you can either purchase a pre-paid punch card for 15 or 30 hours, or pay the daily drop-in rate. The daily drop-in rate covers an entire session of Kidstown, whether your kids stay for 3 hours or 30 minutes.

30 Hours: $360
15 Hours: $200

Parent Handbook

Learn more about Kidstown’s policies and procedures.

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