Yes. Concord serves morning and afternoon snacks to early learning students. School-aged youth receive afternoon snacks, and lunch when school is closed. Meals are provided at no cost. Due to the CACFP contract, you may not bring your child’s lunch unless there is a documented medical reason.
Yes. Our fees are assessed on a weekly schedule.
Yes. Before- and after-school participants must attend one of the following schools: IPS #46, IPS #31, IPS #34, Christel House Academy South or SENSE. Children from other southside schools are welcome to attend during full day breaks.
You must set up an enrollment appointment. Early learning families should contact Scott Moore: firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-637-4376 x: 2137 . School-aged families should contact Paula Richter-Hayes to enroll: email@example.com or 317-637-4376 x: 2130.
Yes. Concord follows the IPS academic calendar and will offer full day programming when their schools are closed.
Early learning students must be at least three years old and fully potty-trained. The school-aged program serves children in kindergarten through 8th grades.
We accept both. For more information about these programs, please visit CCDF.
We charge a weekly fee. It is based on how many children you enroll, what programs they attend, and household income.
Our early learning and school-aged youth development programs are open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday-Friday. Children may not be in our care for more than 10 hours per day.