How to register your child for SPS Day Camp
SPOKANE, Wash. — Spokane Public Schools is now taking applications for the SPS Day Camp.
The camp is designed to help parents whose work schedules won’t allow them to be home with their children as they learn remotely. The fee-based program will provide child care for SPS students grades K-6, offering supervision and support while those students learn remotely.
Unlike Express, the district’s current child care center that operates with extended hours, the camp will only be open for six to seven hours a day.
Each site will be open to a maximum of 40 kids and four staff members. Because of limited enrollment availability, parents should register their child quickly. You can do so HERE.
Editor’s note: A previous version of this story said the Day Camp will provide schooling. Staff will be on hand to provide supervision and support for students while they learn remotely, but there will be no teaching involved.
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