Extended Care Programs
Lake Mary Preparatory School offers an extended care program, known as Kid Power, available to meet all your needs as well as the needs of your child.
Kid Power allows us to provide a safe, fun, student-centered environment after the academic day has ended.
- What is KidPower?
- How do parents enroll in Kid Power?
- What does a typical daily schedule look like?
- Do the KidPower activities have fun themes like in summer camp? If so, what are some previous themes?
- When a student enrolls, how soon can they start?
- If students are not picked up on time at the end of the day, does the parent get charged for KidPower
- Do parents pay even if the student is absent or does not stay?
- Is there a certain number of minutes that need to pass before they are officially there?
- How do the parents get billed?
- What if the school is open, but the students do not have school that day? Is there an all-day-care option?
- What is the ratio of teacher to student in the after care?
- Are the students divided by age?
- Does community school, soccer shots, little linksters, etc. start right after school or do the kids have to come to kid power first? Is there a charge for that?