SUMMER SCHOOL - 2018
The Hartsfield EDEP Summer Camp is intended to provide children with a wide variety of enrichment and recreational activities. It is our hope that children will learn about themselves, other people, how to work as a team, but mostly, have fun.
Extended Day Enrichment Program (EDEP)
Our goal in the Hartsfield Extended Day Enrichment Program (EDEP) is to create a learning environment that is both safe and fun. The students are given the opportunity to do their homework as well as participate in exciting enrichment activities (Champions, Enrichment Groups, Dance classes). We strive to personally get to know each child and parent, hopefully making each and everyone of them feel special!
Location & Times
The program is located on campus at Hartsfield Elementary School.
- Afterschool is open all days school is in session from 2:50 pm to 6:00 pm for Pre-K to 5th grade students
- 12:20 pm to 6:00 pm on early release days.
- Before School is open all days school is in session from 6:45 am to 7:45 am.
EDEP is available to all students enrolled at Hartsfield (Pre-K to 5th Grade).
All students must have a completed registration form before attending the program.
Fees for full-time students are based on ten 18 day cycles. Each cycle is $150.00 (Pre-K - 5th grade) with a 10% discount for more than one child per family.
EDEP does accept drop-in students. The fee is $12.00 a day per student.
Fees for full-time students are $50.00 per cycle.
Fees for drop-in students are $5.00 per day per student.
*All fees must be prepaid in order for students to attend the program.
*Early Leaning Coalition is acceptedEffective Immediately for EDEP
Based on Leon County District guidance, EDEP can no longer accept cash as a form of payment for EXTENDED DAY. Please pay by a cashier’s check, money order or checking account check. We cannot accept starter checks. Make sure your child’s name and your phone number are on the check.
If payment is past due, a $10.00 late fee has been added to your payment. All payments must be made before or on the due date.
CHP Champions Program Website- Physical Education and Wellness Program
Click here to visit a website that can be used by students (and their parents) participating in the CHP Champions program to track their children’s health and performance online.
Contact for EDEP:
Mr. Greg Holloway
The 21st Century Program is designed to give students and their families an opportunity to continue to learn new skills and discover new abilities after the school day has ended. This program is provided free to Hartsfield’s second through fifth grade students thanks to a federally funded grant. The focus of this program is to provide additional academic and enrichment opportunities for our students. The 21st Century Program is by invitation, if you are interested please contact Mr. Holloway.
The tutorial services and academic enrichment activities are designed to help our students with local and state academic standards in subjects such as reading, writing, and math.
Contact for 21st Century:
Mr. Greg Holloway