Stone Academy’s EDP was created to support families with after school care and supervision. Our program consists of homework time, academic assistance, snack, supervised recreating, physical activity, arts and crafts, and more. Our goal is to assist you and your child with your after-school needs, in a safe and productive environment. We feel confident we can meet these requirements provided EDP rules and policies are followed.
May 2, 2023 is open enrollment for Stone Academy’s Extended Day Program. A link to a SignUp Genius will be on the Stone Academy homepage from 4:00-6:00 for FULL WEEK (3-5 days) applicants. Signups will be on a first-come basis, so get online early!
Those who get a spot in the signup will receive registration information via email from the EDP director. Registration forms, along with a $40 non-refundable registration fee and first week’s payment, are due by May 8. Failure to do so may result in losing your spot.
Those who do not get a full week spot during the online sign up on May 2 - or those who require two days or less of EDP a week – should email Karen Peace at email@example.com to be added to the waiting list.
EDP begins the first day of school, August 8. Children may be picked up at the back gate (by the parking lot, near the kindergarten playground) between 2:45 and 6:00. EDP is open every day except teacher workdays, school holidays, and half days. Those picked up after 6:00 may incur a $2.00 late fee per minute, per family, up to $20 a day.
EDP payments are due one week in advance, on Monday. (i.e., The week of August 21 must be paid in full by Monday, August 14.) If school is not in session on a Monday, it is due the next school day present.
Payments may be cash or check. Payments may be sent in with your student or placed in the EDP drop box in the office lobby. Cash should be put in an envelope, along with your child(ren)’s name(s). Checks should be made payable to Stone Academy. (Write EDP and who the payment is for on your check.) If a check should be returned, the payee will be responsible for paying any Non-Sufficient Fees - and the director may request cash payments going forward.
Late EDP payments will incur a fee of $5 per week. Failure to pay one week in advance will result in probation. Failure to pay after two weeks may result in your child(ren) being withdrawn from the program. Exceptions will be made on a case-by-case situation at the discretion of the EDP director.
Good discipline must be maintained at all times for the successful operation of the program and for the safety and wellbeing of the children. A list of rules and consequences are listed below. If a student does not cooperate with these rules after reasonable efforts have been made, and the parent has been duly informed, we reserve the right to dismiss that student from the program.
- Listen to directions and obey accordingly.
- Be respectful toward other students, staff members and guests.
- No fighting, profanity, stealing, or bullying of any kind.
1. Verbal warning to student.
2. Written letter, to be signed by parent.
3. In person meeting between student, parent, and EDP staff member.
4. Student withdrawn from program.
K-12 Student Accident insurance is offered as a service to parents. Additional information and enrollment forms can be found on the Greenville County Schools district website under Students & Parents – Resources – FAQs.
Karen “KK” Peace
EDP Office – (864) 355-8451