Our Children’s After School Activities (CASA) program provides quality childcare for WA students in PK2 through fifth grade. CASA is available on school days from 3:00 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. Children in the PK2 and PK3 age groups meet in Coral Ridge classrooms. Children in PK4 through fifth grade meet on the Westminster Academy Lower School campus.
Middle school students may be registered for Hang Time. Students in Hang Time will sign in at the Lower School Media Center and be supervised with the opportunity to complete homework, visit the Upper School Media Center until 4:00 p.m., read, or just relax.
Please download and complete the CASA/CASA Camp registration form. Return the form along with the registration fee to our CASA Coordinator, Mrs. Kathy Duquette in Lower School Office. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Duquette at 954.771.4615, ext. 2592 or 954.224.3799 (cell).
One-Day Camps are offered on Early Release Days, Teacher Professional Days, Teacher Work Days and Lower School Conference Days. PK2 and PK3 students meet on the Coral Ridge campus in the preschool area. PK4 through grade 5 will meet in the Lower School Media Center.
Camp hours are from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Extended care is available from 3:00 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. Registration should be made in advance and submitted with appropriate fees (cash or check made payable to Westminster Academy). Students will participate in indoor and outdoor play, games, crafts and swimming. CASA will supply toys, games and crafts.
All campers should dress for fun (T-shirt, shorts, sneakers and sunscreen) and bring a bathing suit, towel and flip-flops for pool use. A morning and afternoon snack will be provided by CASA. Campers may pack a lunch or purchase pizza for $5.00 on designated days.
Because items from home are easily misplaced or broken, we request that our campers and aftercare students NOT bring: money, toys, games, books, hand-held games, water jugs, sporting equipment, stuffed animals, cell phones, etc.
CASA programs are available to enrolled WA students. Participants are expected to demonstrate behavior consistent with the guidelines established in the WA handbook.