Childcare at Blakey Hall
Childhood is a unique and precious span in the human life cycle that should be valued and respected. Through our child-centric programs, we provide young individuals with opportunities to build relationships with others. In addition to that, we have a dietary department that serves freshly prepared, nutritious meals to the children under our care.
After-School and Summer Camps, Holidays, and Teacher Workdays
Your child will have an exciting, memorable experience at our after-school and summer camp. We do pick-ups at most schools in the area. During the school year, we help with homework; and during the summer, we incorporate several field trips into our schedule.
Childcare at Blakey also offers à la carte options during the school year, when kids are out of school because of holidays or Teacher Work Days. If you’re looking for a safe and engaged program for your children, get in touch! We’ll reserve a spot for your child(ren).
Frequently Asked Questions
How long has childcare been offered at Blakey Hall?
We’ve offered childcare at Blakey Hall since 1999. Our program offers a children a safe campus, while still being close to town and main thoroughfares.
Who is in charge of childcare at Blakey Hall?
Dawn is the Business Director of Blakey Hall and helps to oversee the childcare programs.
What is the After-School Schedule?
What schools are on the Pick-Up list?
What does the After-School Program offer?
We also have some activities in the main facility (Blakey Hall) to focus on intergenerational connections.
When does the Summer Care Program begin?
Our summer Care Program begins the following day after the Alamance Burlington School System’s last day of school.
What is the daily schedule for Summer Care?
When does Summer Care registration open?
Registration for our summer care program is open all year round. If you’re interested, we encourage you to reserve your child(ren)’s spot right away.
How can I pay for the Summer Care Program?
What does the Summer Care Program offer?
We schedule several field trips through the summer schedule to give children the opportunity to enjoy time off campus (Example: Movie Theater Days, Pool Days, etc…).
Snacks and lunch are provided as a part of the summer care program and are included in the total cost.