St. Mary School offers child care after school from 2:15 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. There is also an option for our Pre-K Kamp from 7:00 am to 11:30 am and 10:30-6:00 pm. Our competent and caring staff works to understand and meet the needs of each child in our care. Once registered, a complete handbook will be provided.
August 8-24: No SACC this week as the building gets ready for school!
It is our desire to develop a flexible, developmentally appropriate “play” and “success” orientated environment that integrates the Catholic faith and compliments the home and school by encouraging physical, social, emotional, and intellectual growth and positive feelings of self-worth.
St. Mary SACC Director
SACC AIDES: Elise Sheppard, Michelle DiGrandi, Aaron Selmek, Wendy Jurden, Jennifer Kundert, Taylor Hildebrand and Lexus Wolf
SACC Applications for the 2016-2017 school year are now being accepted. Please return them to the school office labeled ‘SACC’!
Full-Time 4/5 days a week – $260.00
2ndChild – $210.00
3rdChild – $190.00
Part-Time 2/3 days a week – $160.00
2ndChild – $120.00
3rdChild – $110.00
Part-Time 1 day a week – $80.00
Yearly Drop-In: 9 days/year – $105
(Parents MUST send a note to school two days prior to the child attending SACC.)
Drop-In (Emergency’s ONLY) – $20.00/visit/child
A $30 registration fee is required for each family and is non-refundable nor applicable to other fees.
If you have questions for the SACC director please email Katie Sheppard at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students in the preschool program are welcome to attend PreK Kamp after the morning or afternoon sessions of the St. Mary Preschool program.
“We are very thankful for St. Mary’s after school child care program. The teachers schedule a nice balance between organized activities and flexible time for the kids to unwind at the end of their school day. Some days when I arrive I find my son engaged in group activities like games or crafts. Other days, I find him reading happily in a quiet part of the room or playground. At SACC my son has made friends with students from other classrooms, and he plays outdoors every afternoon. He has so much fun that there have been times when I have been ready to take him home before he wanted to leave!”