Extended Day Program Resources
Extended Day is pleased to bring the following program partners and specialty rotations to our afterschool programs:
In addition to outside program providers, all MCCSC School Age Care staff are highly trained youth work professionals with backgrounds in education, psychology, social services, recreation, and other related fields. Extended Day staff also work closely with the Indiana Afterschool Network conducting annual Quality Program Self Assessments to improve standards and quality.Financial Assistance/Grants
- Wonderlab Museum of Science, Health, and Technology
- Cutters Soccer
- Bloomington Playwrights Project
- IU Health Bloomington
- Monroe County 4-H
- Windfall Dancers
- CASY/CCDF Voucher Program
The Childcare Development Fund (CCDF) is a state subsidized childcare voucher program operated through the Indiana Bureau of Childcare in the Indiana Department of Family and Social Services Administration. For more information and to see if you qualify, please call 1-800-886-3952 or visit the CASY/CADF website. CCDF vouchers are accepted at all of our Extended Day Program sites.
- Title I Schools
Through the support of federal and state grants. MCCSC is able to offer some families free afterschool programming at our Title I elementary schools. To qualify, a family must be eligible for and have received designation through the Textbook Assistance Program for the current school year. Parents will still need to enroll and pay the $35 enrollment fee to participate in the program. This program is only applicable to the afterschool program (not before school) at the following sites: Arlington Heights, Clear Creek, Fairview, Grandview, Highland Park, Summit, and Templeton.
Since this program is subsidized and made possible entirely by outside grant funding, availability is subject to change in the event of non-renewal of funding.
If you are in need of additional time to pay your bill, it is your responsibility to contact our office to set up a payment arrangement. A payment arrangement will not reduce the amount you owe, but it may allow your child to remain in the program if you have a past due balance.
- Payment Arrangements