Extended Day Program
The Extended Day Program (EDP) at MSW serves working families who desire both parochial school education and supplementary care in a Christian environment. It provides professional care, supervision, recreation, and enrichment activities for children enrolled at MSW in preschool (age 3) through 8th grade. The program is open each school day before and after school hours as well as school half days and staff in-service days. EDP is held in the Clark Ministry Center at the north end of the school, with use of the outside playground and two school gyms.
The program provides individual attention, security, consistency, and fair treatment for all children of working parents. This professionally operated program allows students to experience a rich diversity of growth activities within a Catholic environment. Activities are planned to complement the philosophy and value systems of the school and family. EDP Director, Mrs. Leslie Marbach, is always happy to speak with prospective parents and provide a tour of the Clark Ministry Center. Please call the EDP Office at 847-692-2826.
Extended Day Program Hours: 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM
2016-2017 EDP Information
EDP Fees and Registration Brochure
EDP is staffed by a director and a number of devoted and committed aides. The staff, employed on a full- or part-time basis, work together to help each child grow in maturity and self-respect. They maintain an atmosphere wherein respect and understanding for others is realized.
- Before School Care: Students read, play with toys and games, or complete homework.
- After School Care: Separated by age group, the students work on their homework and then have snack time. They go outside when the weather permits or to the gym for exercise. They participate in arts and crafts projects and play with the many games and toys.
- Preschool Students: Students have lunch, engage in free play inside or outside, and have structured time working with manipulative type projects. Projects are designed to enhance their knowledge of the alphabet, numbers, shapes, and time. There is also story time, rest time, and weekly art projects. Parents provide a sack lunch and a mat for naps.
EDP offers rotating extra-curricular activities such as hip-hop, yoga, cooking, gymnastics, dance, chess, basketball, and football. These on-site programs are usually one-hour sessions that meet weekly for six to eight weeks and are offered at an additional cost.
EDP After-School Programs - Winter/Spring 2016-17
Registration Forms (also available at the EDP and School Office)
Dodgeball - Mondays, March 27-May 22 [Grades 1-4]
Mission Propelle Yoga - Mondays, March 27-May 22 [Grades 1-5]
Chess Scholars - Tuesdays, April 4-May 23 [Grades K-8]
Little Kickers Soccer - Tuesdays, March 28-May 23 [Grades PreK 3-4 and Kindergarten]
Kickball - Wednesdays, March 29-May 24 [Grades 1-4]
Let's Code It - Wednesdays, March 29-May 24 [Grades 2-8]
Kolor Me Kid Art Class - Wednesdays, March 1-April 26 [Grades K-5] Starts March 1st
Girls Hip Hop - Thursdays, April 6-May 25 [Grades K-5]
Boys Breakdance - Thursdays, April 6-May 25 [Grades K-8]
iCook Cooking Class - Thursdays, March 30-May 25 [Grades K-8]
Let's Build It Engineering - Fridays, April 28-May 19 [Grades 1-5]
Girls Cheerleading - Fridays, April 7-May 19 [all ages]
Planned for school half-days and in-service days. The cost of these trips is the responsibility of each family.
KIDDIE KINGDOM - MARCH 22, 2017
Return permission slip by Friday, March 17th
SCHOOL HOLIDAY - MARCH 23-24, 2017
There will be no classes on March 23-24 due to a school holiday, however EDP will be open to students. Return this form if you plan on sending your child(ren) to EDP on these days.
SUMMER “FUN IN THE SUN” PROGRAM
Daily care in the summer for school as well as non-school families is for grades preschool (age 4) through sixth. Available on a full- and part-time basis. A variety of activities are planned throughout the summer. Mondays and Wednesdays are packed with local trips, creative cooking, arts and crafts, nature projects, and outdoor activities. Tuesdays and Thursdays are “splash and swim days” and the students walk to Hinkley Pool in Park Ridge. On Fridays the students go on field trips to museums, zoos, bowling alleys, skating rinks, etc.
2017 Summer Enrichment Program will run June 12 through August 18, 2017.
There will be no camp on July 4th.