Recreational After-School Program (RAP)
TK/Kinder RAP is offered at all elementary schools. This program is for students in Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten and runs from school dismissal until the dismissal of the upper graders at that school. This offering is new for the 2021-22 school year, but is akin to the Kinder Bridge Program that CDCC has offered in previous years. This care option will serve families who need longer hours of care and enrichment for their TK and Kinder students than the school day provides but do not need care into the evening hours.
RAP for 1st-6th
The Recreational After-School Program (RAP) for 1st-6th provides a safe and supervised after-school program for GUSD elementary students. Supervised homework time and activities that stimulate curiosity, foster creativity, encourage independence, choice-making, and problem solving, and enhance self-esteem are provided daily.
- Students must attend school where the RAP program is located
- Flat weekly fee of $60 regardless of how many days the student attends
- Annual Registration fee
- Snack is provided
RAP is for students in grades 1-6 and operates from school dismissal until 5:30 p.m. RAP is located at all elementary school and does not operate on school/national holidays, or on pupil-free days.
Enrollment for Elementary Child Care Programs for the 2021-2022 school year is now open! Please fill out the enrollment form below in your preferred language.