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Welcome to Eastmont's Student Care Program!

We are a licensed School-Age Childcare Program.  We provide an informal learning environment where students can develop socially and intellectually.  There is something for everyone!

REGISTRATION BEGINS ON MONDAY, MARCH 6, 2017

To Register

  • Students must be enrolled in the Eastmont School District and must be enrolled in kindergarten through 12 years of age
  • A registration form for the current school year has been turned in at desired location
  • The registration fee of $40 per student has been paid. (Registration fee is non refundable) 
  • A signed current copy of the Washington State Department of Health Certificate or Immunization (DOH 348-01300) is on file. Parents need to notify staff of any changes. 
  • Students must wait at least 24 hours after completing the registration process before starting.
  •  Families receiving State assistance may begin attending Student Care after we receive notification from the State that childcare has been authorized.
  • Complete the signed "Parent Handbook Signature" page
  • Complete the Handsanitizer and Sunscreen Use form


Student Care Locations
Cascade Student Care
Provider #573916
2330 N. Baker Street
E. Wenatchee, WA 98802

(509) 884-6238
(509) 630-9537 (cell)

Site Director: Judi Maxey
maxeyj@eastmont206.org


Grant Student Care
Provider #414708
1430 1st Street SE
E. Wenatchee, WA 98802

(509) 888-1646
(509) 860-8308 (cell)

Site Director: Arielle Pratt
PrattA@eastmont206.org


Hours of Operation
6:30-8:00 am
3:10-6:00 pm
A typical day
Activities are available that allow students opportunities to learn through experience, to develop personal skills and interests, and to work in groups.

Unstructured time provides students with the chance to relax with friends and choose from a wide variety of activities, which include: art, building manipulatives, computers, drafts, reading, and science.

Staff supports students academically by providing assistance during a designated homework time.

Group games and outdoor play benefit students by helping them to stay fit, learn to work together with their peers, and to have fun.

Nutritious snacks are provided.