The Summer Camp sites for 2015 will be: Antioch, Indian Trail, Poplin, Rea View, Sandy Ridge, Stallings, Waxhaw, and Wesley Chapel. Registration begins Monday, February 23 for families currently enrolled in After School and will be open to all UCPS families on Monday, March 2. Enrollment is on a first-come/first-served basis. For more information, please click on the "Summer Camp" Quick Link on the left-hand side of this webpage. Enroll now for summer fun!(Click for more...)
"Mrs. Johnson's Fighters" Support American Cancer Society
Four students at Shiloh Elementary After School Program decided to support cancer research in an individual, creative way by opening a business and honoring Vickie Johnson, Shiloh ASP coordinator. For the past four years, Johnson and the Shiloh Elementary community have hosted “Kids On the Track for a Cure” and have raised several thousand dollars each year for the American Cancer Society. Johnson is a three-time cancer survivor, and all the children in the program realize how important cancer research is.
(Above: Elexa Ocampo, Lindsey Avant, Vanessa Saiz, and Adrianna Delgado--entrepreneurs display their product!)Full Story
Rocky River ASP has "Happy Hearts"!
Rocky River Elementary After School Program recently celebrated Happy Heart Week. The children selected three action words--Kindness, Respect, and Honesty--that they thought would make someone's heart happy. Each day that week the individual groups selected an activity that demonstrated a "happy heart" by using those words.Full Story
Indian Trail ASP Supports Humane Society of Union County
Indian Trail Elementary After School program just completed their community service project for this school year. We were very excited to partner with the Humane Society of Union County. Liaison person and Education Coordinator for Humane Society is Pam Lipsky and she was instrumental in letting us know the needs our children could meet for sponsored animals. According to Ms. Lipsky, a big project being worked on right now is “Spay it Forward.” “We are locating dogs that are chained and offering subsidized spay/neuter...” states Lipsky. (Pictured above are some of the children who collected money for the Humane Society.)