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PFFS-University ‘AfterSchool’ Program

The PFFS-University  ‘AfterSchool’ program is provided  on Mon, Tues, Thurs, and Fri throughout the school year.  AfterSchool is a fee-based program (however, there is financial assistance available) for PFFS-U students who have been signed-up in advance by their parents.  Please use the AfterSchool Form to sign-up your young person.  We charge for AfterSchool by the day, by semester at $25 a day.  For example, you can sign-up your young person for all the Mondays in the Semester for $25 total.  If you want your young person to be in AfterSchool on all four days that it is offered  (No AfterSchool on Wednesdays) you would pay $100 for the semester.  The fees help us offset the cost of having a staff person manage AfterSchool and provide class/homework help. Reminder: The ‘instructional day’ begins at 8:30 am every day that school is in session.   Students may be dropped off at school earlier (the building is open with light supervision by 7:45 am each day) but the instructional day officially begins at 8:30 am with the whole school, community meeting.  When a student is dropped off, they must come downstairs immediately (no waiting around in front of the school).  This is school policy (for safety reasons) and there will be no exceptions. The instructional day ends at 3:30 pm every day except on Wednesday.  On M, T, H, and F students are to be picked up between 3:30-3:45 pm.  Any student waiting for pick-up who has not been picked up by 3:45 pm must come downstairs to wait for pick-up and if parents arrive after 3:45 pm they must come downstairs to retrieve their young person.  This is school policy (again for safety reasons) and there will be no exceptions.  On Wednesdays school ends at 1:45 pm and parents are to pick-up their young people between 1:45-2:00 pm.  The PFFS-University staff meeting begins at 2:00 pm.  Parents must pick-up their young person by 2:00 pm on Wed – no exceptions. Go to Weekly Schedule for a complete explanation of the instructional day at PFFS-University.

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