Schedule changes that affect your child’s attendance may be made by calling the Child Development office at 327-9160. Schedule changes are due by the 20th of each month for the preceeding month (Exception: August/September schedule changes due by August 10th, January schedule changes by December 15th). Reminders of schedule change dates are printed on your monthly bill.
Your child must be contracted for a minimum number of sessions equal to 6 hours per week. The Early Release Wednesdays is allowed to be a stand alone program (if combined with any other program you must meet the 6 hour per week minimum).
Parents picking up children beyond program end times will be charged a late pick up fee. The charges will appear on your next month’s statement.
Please keep in mind that eight (8) late pick ups can result in your child’s dismissal from the Campus Club Program. If your child is not picked up within 30 minutes after closing time (6pm), will result in notifying Child Protective Services or local authorities and asking them to pick up your child.
Please see "Fees" page for a detail of charges.
Enrollment in Campus Club is a privilege. Therefore, adherence to the regulations in the Campus Club Parent Handbook and Campus Club Application/Contract is mandatory. Services may be terminated at any time for the following reasons:
- Eight (8) late pick-ups in one school year.
- Allowing 30 days to pass without making payment in full.
- Disruptive behavior (see #11 on the backside of your contract/application).
- Failure to notify the Campus Club site of non-attendance.
- Abuse of services (i.e., failure to sign in and/or out) or unscheduled attendance.
- Low program enrollment.
If you wish to terminate services for your child, a one (1) week notice is required. You must call our office at 327-9160. You are liable for any monies due on your child’s account.
Parents are obligated to pay for all scheduled days, even when their child does not attend. Non-attendance may be due to illness, other absences, suspension due to behavior issues, etc.
Campus Club programs operate at many Clovis Unified Elementary School sites and are contingent upon minimum enrollment criteria, facility availability, Principal support and hiring of qualified personnel.
During the regular school-year program, students are provided a snack after school. Full-day programs include an AM and PM snack. Lunches are not provided by Campus Club.
The dress code established by the CUSD for all students, applies to students participating in Campus Club.
The safety of your child is our primary goal. The following is an outline of the Campus Club accountability system:
- All students are checked in by Campus Club Staff upon arrival. An authorized adult must sign the student out when the student leaves the Campus Club Program.
- All absences must be verified by the school attendance office or an authorized adult. If your child will not be attending Campus Club for any reason, please call the Campus Club portable to report the absence. Failure to do so may result in a $25.00 missing child search fee. A child attending any after school program must have a verified absence by an authorized adult. If the absence cannot be verified, it may result in a report to the local authorities as a “missing child”.
- Please have identification ready upon pick-up of your student. Your child will not be released to any adult not included on the Campus Club application. It must be in writing and authorized by the enrolling parent.
- Students are only authorized to sign in or out if a Release of Liability form is completed by the enrolling parent. This form is also used if any older sibling (under 18) is picking up the Campus Club student.
- Please make sure that your Campus Club school site always has your correct address and telephone numbers. You may update your information at any time at the site with a “site change form”. Just ask a Campus Club teacher for the form.
- Campus Club staff supervises students at all times, including transitions from one area or portable to another.
- Campus Club staff maintains safety headcounts of the students in program every twenty minutes.
Children who are ill cannot be accepted into Campus Club programs. Should a child have a health concern, he/she will be secluded and the parents will be immediately notified to promptly pick up the child (not to exceed 30 minutes). Please notify us at once if your child has a communicable disease. The following guidelines will be used to determine if your child will be excluded from program due to illness.
- A fever of one hundred degrees, or has had one in the past 24 hours.
- A constant cough, wheezing, nasal discharge, sneezing, vomiting or diarrhea.
- Symptoms of a communicable condition.
A student is not allowed to carry medication with him/her on the school grounds. Campus Club personnel are not permitted to administer medication to children. All medication must be dispensed by the school office prior to coming to Campus Club. Students who need inhalers need to follow the protocol set up by CUSD. During full-day programs only trained personnel are allowed to administer medicine.
The staff makes every effort to insure the safety of your child. Unfortunately, minor accidents may occur. If your child is injured, first-aid procedures will be followed. In the case of serious accidental injury, we will make every attempt to contact you and 911 will be called when appropriate.
As a student in CUSD and a member of Campus Club, your child has certain responsibilities. Your student will be held accountable for the choices he/she makes in their behavior while at these programs. Campus Club adheres to the CUSD discipline which is a zero tolerance policy.
In order for Campus Club to be a place that is enjoyable for everyone, and for your student to get the most of his/her experience while they are there, it is important for your student to understand and accept the following personal responsibilities:
- Be on time and report to Campus Club immediately after school.
- Be responsible to clean up after yourself.
- Follow all the rules.
- Respect other people and their property.
- But most of all, respect yourself. If you respect yourself, the rest will be easy.
We are always interested in your comments regarding the Child Development programs and have an “open-door” policy. A parent communication area is established to post important information regarding your child and the Campus Club Program. The on-site staff will be able to help you with specific site concerns. All program concerns should be reported in the following order:
- Lead Instructor (on site).
- Program Supervisor (Child Development Office).
- Coordinator of Campus Club (Child Development Office).
- Director of Child Development (Child Development Office).
This policy promotes mutual respect, civility and orderly conduct among District employees, parents and the public. Members of the CUSD staff will treat parents with respect and expect the same in return.
All Campus Club staff are child-care custodians and are mandated reporters inclusive of public school employees.
The Campus Club program provides a variety of recreational and enriching activities. If an item is used for “sharing” during the school day, the student must keep the item in his/her backpack while at Campus Club. Children are asked to not bring toys or games from home unless prior permission is given by site staff.
Cell Phones: The cell phone policy established by the CUSD Board of Trustees for all students applies to students participating in Campus Club. Children are allowed to keep cell phones in their backpacks turned off while at Campus Club.
Campus Club maintains that it is not responsible for damaged or stolen personal items.
Your cancelled check, payment, receipt or monthly statement will act as a record for tax purposes. Amounts reported for childcare for year-end tax purposes are the responsibility of the individual. Keep your monthly statements to track your yearly costs. Campus Club does not provide a year end tax statement.