The Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic School Extended Care Program is a school-sponsored after school program for students attending OLA Catholic School. We offer the program to all registered students in grades Pre‐K through eight who require after school care during the school year. The OLACS ECP program provides trained adult supervision,homework assistance, outdoor play, arts and crafts, board games,organized activities, and one light, balanced snack daily. The structure of the program allows for student‐directed and staff‐directed activities.
The ECP staff is dedicated to the children of the program and work very hard to give your child a safe, rewarding, and fun environment. Please feel free to contact me regarding any concerns or suggestions you may have about your child’s experience in ECP. We are here for the children and their families, and we are committed to serving our community.
Thank you for trusting us with your very special children. We look forward to the school year ahead.
Families have two payment structures from which to choose when using ECP.
Emergency Drop-In — This option is for those who don’t plan to use the ECP program, covering use only for unexpected emergencies and late carpool pickups.
Contract Cycle — This option is for families who plan to use the ECP program regularly. Students may be registered for ECP attendance from one to five days per week under the Contract Cycle. No specific days of the week must be designated as long as students attend the contracted number of days. Additional days of attendance will result in hourly charges added to the monthly contract fee.
All students attending OLA Catholic School are currently enrolled in the Extended Care Program (ECP) as part of their school registration. There is no additional registration fee for ECP. Students may attend the program on a regular basis, for occasional emergencies, or during a late carpool pick-up situation.
Any student not picked up by the end of regular carpool will be checked into ECP.
Cost information and registration forms can be found on the OLACS Blog.