BASE is headed back to FVE!
We will be back at FVE beginning Monday August 3rd. Please see details below!
What will be the hours of operation? We will be operating from 7am to 5pm.
How do I drop my student off? At this time, our plan is to continue the curbside drop-off and pick-up. We are requesting that families drop off in the morning between 7am and 8am, and pickup between 4pm and 5pm. Please park at the top of the stairs (on Canterberry Trail) and wait for a staff member to come to your car. We will be looking out for you, but you can always feel free to call (303)387-8492 in case we don't see you. We will complete a quick health assessment of your student, take their temperature, and walk them in to the building. For pickup, the process will be very similar, just in reverse!
Will there be any field trips? Currently there are no field trips, meaning we will just be having fun at FVE!
What does my child need for each day? Sunscreen (applied before drop-off), 2 cloth masks (recommended), Refillable water bottle. Lunch will be provided by DCSD Nutrition Services, though you may also feel free to send a lunch and snacks with your child. We do not have the ability to refrigerate or re-heat student meals, so please plan accordingly. Please note: Beginning August 10th, Nutrition Services will need to begin preparation for the school year, so families will be asked to provide a lunch for their child.
Can I sign-up for just a day or two? Yes, absolutely. You may sign up for as many days as are available.
What is the cost? Daily cost is $35.00 per day. Registering before Wednesday at midnight saves you from paying late fees!
When can I register for days I need? Registration will open by the end of day on Monday July 27th.
Frontier Valley BASE
Before and After School Enterprise
BASE Mission Statement:
Promoting the safety, well-being, and development of every child while partnering with schools and community to be the best choice for families.
Our BASE Program helps the district meet our Strategic Plan #1 theme of health, safety, and social-emotional supports for students! We work every day to ensure our students are safe (Initiative 1a and 1B). Through daily interactions and filed trips we provide experiences and opportunities for learning that include inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility (Initiative 3a). Our staff participates in on-going training around mental health supports like suicide awareness, trauma informed care, and restorative practices (Intiative 2a).
Frontier Valley B.A.S.E. Program
23919 E. Canterberry Trail
Parker, CO 80138
BASE Office: (303) 387-8492 Program Cell Phone: (303) 358-9923
Program Manager: Keith Langford
Assistant Program Manager: Ally Neumayr