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School’s Out Program

What is the School’s Out Program?

The School’s Out Program is a before and after school program for students in grades K-6 who attend Schuylerville Central School District. The program provides students with engaging activities that promote fun and social growth. Our staff is energetic, compassionate, and focused on maintaining a safe environment. Additionally, the program allows high school students an opportunity to work as mentors to younger students. The program focuses on four key principles: Having Fun, Being Safe, Being Positive and Respectful, and Participating on Some Level.

Schedule and Tuition Fees

The School’s Out Program follows the district calendar and closes during all school holidays and vacations. The program opens before school starting at 7:00 am. Following the conclusion of the school day, the after school portion of the program remains open until 5:30 pm each evening. Students can be enrolled for either portion of the program or both. Tuition fees are billed monthly and can be viewed below.

  • Before School Care: $75/month per student
  • After School Care: $100/month per student
  • Before and After School Care: $175/month per student

Enrollment

Please note: registration for the 2021-22 school year is now closed, as all roster spots have been filled. All waitlist requests can be emailed to the program’s director, Nolan Palermo, at palermon@schuylerville.org.

Open enrollment begins during the spring term prior to the end of each school year. We make every effort to give incoming kindergarten students the first priority. Registration is completed through the FamilyID website. The link for registration can be found on the school’s website. Open enrollment ends at the end of June, or when the roster has reached its capacity. Any families who seek registration after the enrollment deadline are encouraged to contact the program’s director, Nolan Palermo, as openings can become available throughout the year.