Aftercare

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Early Birds
Our Early Birds Program is designed to help our parents who need an early start to their day.  We will greet your child as early as 7:30 a.m.  The charge is $10 per morning.  Parents must make reservations for their child to participate in this early drop off program at least twenty four hours in advance.  Parent attaches the reservation form to the backpack.

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Lunch Bunch
Students are invited to join Tarleton’s Lunch Bunch any afternoon they attend school. Lunch Bunch meets daily and no reservations are necessary. Parents simply enclose the additional fee in their child’s lunch box.  $12 for a 1:30 pick up and $20 for a 3:00 pickup.  Advance payment of the entire semester remains at $10 (1:30) and $18 (3:00).

This relaxed afternoon program allows children to enjoy additional time in a child centered environment.  After lunch the boys and girls may do an art activity, enjoy the rhythm instruments, parachute play or just play with friends; if weather permits, the children will play outside.


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Afternoon Enrichment
Parents may extend the day for their child until 4:30PM any day, Monday through Friday.  This additional time will allow your child to experience children’s literature, imaginary play and just relax and play with friends as the day winds down.  If you plan to pick up your child by 4:30, the cost is $30 per day ($28 if paid in advance by September 15h for the semester).  If your child is already enrolled in our afternoon kindergarten program or full day K-4, both dismiss at 2:30 daily; and your child will stay for an extended day, they may join their friends until 4:30 for an additional $10 a day ($8 if paid in advance for the semester) or they may stay until 6:00 for an additional $20 per day ($18 if paid in advance for the semester).

Our extended hours provide flexible options to meet the diverse needs of our Tarleton families.

What Our Parents are Saying
The small classes at Tarleton Day School were perfect for our daughter’s early education. Her teachers knew her well and she formed nice friendships with her classmates.
R. Witcher