KIDS CO. AT CEDAR PARK
Welcome to Kids Co. at Cedar Park. Located in Portable G on campus at Cedar Park Elementary, Kids Co provides a safe, fun place for your child at the end of their school day. Constructive, purposeful play supports learning and caring adults provide support and direction following a busy day. We follow the interest of the children in determining our themes and curriculum and celebrate the enthusiasm and creativity they share for each other’s ideas. Our schedule and curriculum provide structure but we remain flexible to meet the needs of the children in our care. Kids Co. at Cedar Park is a place to make friends outside the classroom setting and enjoy the company of children of varying ages as we learn and explore together.
We are currently enrolling school-age children who attend Cedar Park. Click on the Enroll link above to find registration material, health forms, scholarship information, and the parent handbook. After completing and returning your registration, a two-day wait is needed to process your information.
Summer Day Camp
Although Kids Co. at Cedar Park will not be hosting a summer day camp in 2020, there are other Kids Co. locations near you! Check out our sister camps at:
- Kids Co. at Adams in Ballard
- Kids Co. at Cascadia in Northgate
- Kids Co. at Decatur in Wedgwood
- Kids Co. at Graham Hill in Seward Park
- Kids Co. at Island Park on Mercer Island
- Kids Co. at John Hay in Queen Anne
- Kids Co. at McDonald in Greenlake
- Kids Co. at Queen Anne in Queen Anne
- Kids Co. at South Shore in Rainier Beach
- Kids Co. at TOPS in Capital Hill/Eastlake
After School Care
Kids Co.’s after school program is designed to help kids wind down from a busy school day. Through our structure and activities, staff members focus on teaching students about social-emotional, problem-solving, and leadership skills through play. We offer afternoon snack, inside free time, recess, and homework help as well as one teacher-led activity per day and opportunities for student-led activities. These activities vary and can include STEM challenges, arts and craft activities, active games, cooking projects, and more.