Latchkey is available at the St. Michael Campus for students in Kindergarten through age 12, before school (6:30 a.m. until 7:30 a.m.) and after school (2:30 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.) When arriving for pickup at latchkey, after 3pm the phone number to call for pickup is posted on the main door off of the parking lot.
Latchkey is available at the St. Mary Campus for students in 4th grade through age 12, after school only (2:30 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.).
PLEASE NOTE: students from our St. John campus can use the MCES shuttle to our St. Michael Campus for daily latchkey. Students who are 12 and younger from St. Mary campus are allowed to also attend latch key and can ride the shuttle to our St. Michael Campus.
Our staff members are all trained in CPR, First Aid, and Bloodborne Pathogens.
Our general mission statement is based on the belief that we can provide much more than after school care; we provide an enrichment program!
MCES LATCHKEY HAS THREE RULES:
MCES Latchkey is a Before and After School Childcare Enrichment Program serving families of Monroe Catholic Elementary School.
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Phone number: 734-241-3378
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: 510 W. Front St. Monroe, MI 48161
OUR PROGRAM STRIVES TO REACH THREE GOALS :
1. TO ENRICH, EDUCATE AND CARE FOR STUDENTS, IN A SAFE CATOLIC ENVIRONMENT.
We use a wide variety of creative activities, thematic projects and special events that are both educational and recreational for children’s enjoyment.
2. TO PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES TO LEARN WITHIN THE “CHOICE SYSTEM”.
Students will be presented with a list of activities and then encouraged to choose something that interests them. Children are empowered by good decision-making. Although we do offer some activities that are grade/age specific, students are not separated by grade. Children have a lot of input and often lead projects for other students.
3. TO HELP STUDENTS DEVELOP AND MAINTAIN POSITIVE PEER RELATIONSHIPS.
We promote problem solving, listening, discussion, student self-esteem and responsibility through intervention and mediation. Children learn an important social skill when they learn how to make and keep friends.
Within this structure, we offer a variety of daily activities which are based on our monthly themes. In addition to our thematic events we have these other exciting activities:
- Homework Club - Dance Club - Arts and Crafts
- Science Experiments - Board Games and Puzzles - Creative Dramatics
In addition, we try to incorporate special entertainment events or our own special activities every month. They may include:
- Animal shows - Guest Presenters - Parties - Library Program
- Water Activities - Sports Challenges - Golden Coin Hunt - Holiday Celebrations