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    RANDOLPH SCHOOL-AGE CARE

     

    Randolph School-Age Care (RSAC) is a fee-based program of Randolph Township Schools operated by the Randolph Community School. RSAC programs began in 1984 under the direction of the Randolph Community School and are governed by the Randolph Township Board of Education. RSAC provides quality care for children in grades kindergarten through fifth. All programs offer enriching, nurturing care for children during out-of school hours between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.  Choose the program and schedule that is right for you (see tabs on left for more detailed information): 

    EarlyBirds -- 7 a.m. to the start of school;

    ASK (AfterSchool Kids) -- school dismissal to 6 p.m. 

    In all RSAC programs, experienced and qualified staff provide stimulating activities to promote each child's physical, social, emotional, and intellectual growth. RSAC's goal is to help children reach their potential by improving self-esteem and acquiring the skills needed for cooperation and problem solving.  Developmentally appropriate, appealing activities are made available as the children's interests and needs guide the selection of activities. Homework time, healthy snacks, outdoor play, indoor organized games, crafts, cooking, science, nature explorations and special guest visitations are just a few of the activities that are part of our programs.

     To register for childcare, please click here.

    For registration directions, please click here.

     


     


    Our Community School childcare goals are:

    Provide high quality care.

     

    Provide a safe and healthy environment.

     

    Provide a positive environment and enriching age appropriate activities.

     

    Provide relationships with caring, competent, and consistent adults.

     

    Recognize the uniqueness of each child by respecting race, ethnicity, gender, ability, religion, and socioeconomic status.

     

    Be familiar with the emerging base of knowledge about school-age children and demonstrate this knowledge in school-age care program practices.

     

    Be honest and fair in interactions with each child.


    If you need tuition assistance, all applicants must first apply to Child and Family.  Please click on the Child and Family Resources website listed under "Related Links" below for information and an application.

     

    Click on the tabs to the left for specific program information.

     

    Except for Holiday Fun, all Randolph School-Age Child Care programs are available only on regularly scheduled Randolph School days.  For more information regarding Holiday Fun, click on the Holiday Fun link on the left.

     

    The Randolph Community School will be moving to a new online registration program called CommunityPass for the 2016-17 school year. Registration for the 2016-17 school year will begin online on July 1, 2016.

     

    Childcare Registration Packets will no longer be used.

     

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    Do you need childcare during school holidays?  We also provide childcare from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. for students in Kindergarten through 5th grade.  Click on the Holiday Fun tab to the left for registration forms and information.
     
    If you need to contact your child's program ...
     
    EarlyBirds & ASK Program Phone Numbers
    Center Grove:  973-328-4884
    Fernbrook:  973-361-7380
    Ironia:  973-927-7385
    Shongum:  973-895-3571
     
     
     
    "During this staff/teacher appreciation week, I just wanted to send you a note. This is our last few weeks in the care of the ASK program.  Both my boys, went to Early Birds and ASK at Center Grove beginning in Kindergarten!  My youngest, finishes ASK in June as he moves onto RMS.  I want to thank you for the teams that you have in place to care for the children. Overall, both boys had a wonderful experience at ASK and EB. The staff helped them set up good homework skills, fair play skills and social interaction. As a working parent, the services you provide are invaluable.  I always knew my boys were in good hands, and it helped me to worry a little less, and lessen some of the “working mom guilt”. Ms. Ursula, is fair, firm and a lovely woman.  I never doubled that she would be fair with the kids, but also hold them accountable.  I appreciate her leadership in the programs.  So, thank you for what you do.  And please thank your staff for us."  

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