DON'T FORGET TO SIGN UP/RE-ENROLL FOR KIDS CLUB 2019-2020! If you plan on attending Kids Club during the first week of school, the registration deadline is 8/19. If you plan on using after the week week, you may send in your forms to Barnes anytime.
REGISTRATION IS GOING ON NOW.
PLEASE CALL 313-432-3009 WITH ANY GENERAL KIDS CLUB QUESTIONS OR 313-432-3067 WITH ANY BILLING QUESTIONS.
Kid's Club Current Information
General Kids Club InformationRegistration forms for the 2019-2020 school year are available on the Registration Page. Forms and payment can be mailed to Barnes Early Childhood Center (20090 Morningside Dr., GPW, MI 48236). *If you are new to our program you will need to complete and submit all six registration forms. If you are a returning Kids Club family, only the following form(s) are needed:- Enrollment and Health Statement (This has to be filled out every year.)- Child Information Record needs to be reviewed, initialed and dated ON SITE. Please see your site director for this sheet. You are more than welcome to fill it out again! (Filling it out again is sometimes better so that we have all the information at once.)YEARLY KIDS CLUB FEES: There are two fees, aside from usage, that are due every school year in order to enroll your child into Kids Club. These fees are due at the time of registration.Security Deposit:A $100 security deposit per family is due each year. The security deposit will stay on your account for the entire school year. The security deposit can be used in a number of ways at the end of the school year. If at the end of the school year your account has a balance you may use monies from your deposit to cover your balance. If you choose this option, you will have to pay the $100 security deposit for the upcoming school year if you plan on utilizing the program again. If you do not have a balance you can choose one of two options. You may either leave your full security deposit on your account and roll it over to the next school year or you may request to have it refunded to you. The latter option will require the $100 security deposit to be paid in full for the upcoming school year, should you utilize the program again.Should a family require seperate accounts, a $100 security deposit will be charged to each responsible party. For example, if each parent has a separate account for their child(ren), the full $100 will be charged to each account. A non-refundable registration fee of $50 per child is due every year.
A non-refundable registration fee of $50 per child is due every year.The fees daily rate fees are as follows:Monday AM (late start morning): $9.00Tuesday-Friday AM: $8.00Monday-Friday PM: $11.00Half Day Rate: $20 (11:30a-3:38p; additional $11 after 3:38)Full Day Rate: $35 (7:00a-6:30p)Payments are made online using the Click to Pay link on your emailed invoice.IN ORDER TO MAKE AN ONLINE PAYMENT, YOU MUST HAVE RECEIVED AN INVOICE. ONCE THE MAIN KIDS CLUB OFFICE RECEIVES PAPERWORK FROM EACH SITE IT IS ENTERED INTO OUR SYSTEM AND AN INVOICE IS SENT. IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED AN INVOICE AND YOU BELIEVE YOU SHOULD HAVE, PLEASE CALL 313-432-3067.IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED AN INVOICE WITHIN DAYS OF SENDING IN REGISTRATION PAPERWORK, PLEASE CONTACT LANICE RUIZ AT RUIZL@GPSCHOOLS.ORG.Middle School Students: Students from Parcells may enroll in the Mason Kids Club program, students from Brownell may enroll at Kerby and students from Pierce may enroll in the Defer Kids Club program. Please fill out the Kids Club forms. Middle school students who are enrolled in Kids Club are responsible for walking from their (middle) school to the elementary school in which they are attending Kids Club at.
The Grosse Pointe Public School System recognizes the need for school-based childcare in our community. Officially titled “School-Age Child Care Program” (but informally known as “Kids Club”), this self-supporting program is aimed at providing a safe and supervised environment for elementary and middle school children before and after school.
Interesting activities are planned which are developmentally appropriate and enhance physical, intellectual, social and emotional growth. The opportunity to be with friends in a supervised program benefits children and offers parents a safe, practical solution for child care needs before and after school.
Licensed by the State of Michigan Department of Human Services Office of Children and Adult Licensing.
Crystal FletcherDirector of School-Age Child Care
firstname.lastname@example.orgSara SchramAssistant Director of School-Age Child Care313email@example.comLaNice RuizChild Care Billing Coordinator313firstname.lastname@example.org