Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year
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Choosing child care is one of the most important decisions families make. All too often, families must rely on word-of-mouth. Because not every program meets our children’s needs, it is important to ask as many questions as possible before placing your child in a program. Do so in advance, enabling you to research other programs available to students at the school. Read more about Parent >>
School Board Operated Scholarship (Not Private Provider Operated Programs)
Scholarship Application Process click here
Scholarship applications opens Thursday, July 25, 2019 - Closes Friday, January 20, 2020
6-8 weeks to process a scholarship packet
Funding for scholarships is acquired from a portion of the full fees collected from School Board Operated aftercare programs. These funds are placed in a special account, and scholarships are allocated for families who are in need of assistance.
Scholarships may be provided to families who qualify, by meeting the following requirements:
- Students must receive either Free or Reduce Meals through Food Services
- Parents/guardians must pay Federal Income Taxes
- Parents/guardians must be working, going to school, or medically unable to care for their child
Students must be registered, and actively enrolled in the program for one month prior to applying for a scholarship. Documentation must be submitted electronically, and prior to the deadlines below:
- Pay Period 2 - August 19, 2019
- Pay Period 3 - September 13, 2019
- Pay Period 4 - October 11, 2019
- Pay Period 5 - November 7, 2019
- Pay Period 6 - December 6, 2019
- APPLICATION DEADLINE JANUARY 10, 2020
Broward County Public Schools and the Before & After School department is joining with the National Afterschool Association to celebrate the professionals that are at the heart of afterschool programs.
“We believe Afterschool professionals make a difference in the lives of young people,” said Dr. Deborah Gavilan, Director of Before & After School Child Care. “We encourage everyone to join us this week in thanking the afterschool professionals in their lives.”
Why is it important to recognize Afterschool Professionals?
An estimated 10.2 million children participate in afterschool programs each year. Today, afterschool programs are viewed as much more than just childcare. They are widely credited as the way to enhance education in STEM, literacy, the arts, social and emotional learning, health and wellness, and more.
In Broward County our programs service over 28,000 students every day in our programs. We currently have more than 2,000 aftercare professionals working with our students. Without our incredible staff this would not be possible.
What are Afterschool Professionals?
Afterschool Professionals Appreciation Week is a joint effort of community partners, afterschool programs, youth and child care workers, and individuals who have committed to dedicating time to recognize and appreciate those who work with youth during out-of-school hours. The week is marked by celebrations and public relations efforts to encourage people to thank afterschool professionals serving children in programs and organizations across the nation.
Who is an Afterschool Professional?
An Afterschool Professional is someone who works with children and youth in diverse school and community-based settings to provide a wide variety of extended learning opportunities and care during out-of-school hours. Currently, there is an estimated 850,000+ afterschool professionals in the US.
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The School Board of Broward County, Florida, prohibits any policy or procedure which results in discrimination on the basis of age, color, disability, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation. The School Board also provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Individuals who wish to file a discrimination and/or harassment complaint may call the Director, Equal Educational Opportunities/ADA Compliance Department & District’s Equity Coordinator/Title IX Coordinator at 754-321- 2150 or Teletype Machine (TTY) 754-321-2158.
Individuals with disabilities requesting accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008, (ADAAA) may call Equal Educational Opportunities/ADA Compliance Department at 754-321-2150 or Teletype Machine (TTY) 754-321-2158.