Crosby Elementary enrollment is open for REACH!
REACH is Harvard CUSD 50’s after-school program. It runs in five-week sessions throughout the school year.
- The program runs Monday through Thursday beginning when school dismisses.
- A daily snack is provided after school.
- The program ends promptly at 5:00 p.m.
- Parents/guardians can pick up their student at school or have their student bussed to a neighborhood drop-off location.
- A variety of activities are offered each week, including group activities and projects, extended learning opportunities, teacher sponsored clubs, homework assistance, and special interest activities.
- Fees are $50 per student per session or $25 for direct-certified students.
Crosby Elementary enrollment dates for all sessions:
10/7/19 through 10/25/19
Jefferson Elementary enrollment dates for all sessions:
11/4/19 through 11/22/19
Harvard Junior High enrollment dates for all sessions:
1/13/20 through 1/31/20
Enrollment is open to all Harvard CUSD 50 students at participating schools.
Demand may exceed capacity at some sites and during some sessions.
Enrollment is based on a first-come, first-served basis and a waiting list will be started once the available space is filled for each five-week session.
On the enrollment form, families may rate, in order of preference, the sessions they would like to enroll their students in.
Session #1 at Crosby Elementary
November 18 – December 19
No Program: Thursday, 11/28/19 & Wednesday, 12/11/19
Session #2 at Crosby Elementary & Jefferson Elementary
January 7 – February 6
No Program: Wednesday, 1/15/20 & Monday, 1/20/19
Session #3 at Crosby Elementary – Jefferson Elementary – Harvard Junior High
February 18 – March 19
No Program: Wednesday, 3/11/20
Session #4 at Crosby Elementary – Jefferson Elementary – Harvard Junior High
March 30 – April 30
No Program: Wednesday 4/8/19 & Monday 4/13/19
Director of Extended Day Programming & Enrichment
815-943-4022 Ext. 2144
To expand opportunities and interests through extended day programming for Elementary through Junior High students at Harvard CUSD 50. REACHing all students’ potential to explore, learn, create, connect and play.
- The REACH program is built on a foundation of Positive Youth Development. The Positive Youth Development model helps young people become competent, confident, connected and caring people of character.
- Program components include structured recreational and enrichment activities, specialized contractual, programming community involvement, and homework support; daily snack and transportation are also included.
- Create an environment where students feel a sense of belonging and are emotionally and physically safe.
- Engage students in positive relationships and interactions.
- Enhance students’ lives through quality recreation and enrichment programming.
- Provide opportunities and learning experiences to make students feel connected, prepared and engaged.