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  • Enrichment

    An enrichment activity is an experience where kids can extend their learning to improve or enhance skills, knowledge, and well-being. After-school enrichment activities and classes can include academics, sports, arts, and more, and are offered with the goal of providing entertainment and enjoyment, while sharpening and fleshing-out student skill sets. GPS Enrichment is committed to providing students the highest quality programs and activities for all area students.
  • GYA WHAM BASKETBALL

    Gilbert Youth Athletics is excited to announce a youth basketball partnership with WHAM Basketball! About Gilbert Youth Athletics Gilbert Youth Athletics is committed to providing top-tier coaching, utilizing elite facilities and focusing on the overall development of each student-athlete. It is our belief that great athletes must develop fundamental skills at a young age which prepares them for a future of success as they progress through high school and college programs. Athletes have access to some of the best coaches in the state of Arizona who are committed to the development of young athletes, while also spending significant time emphasizing character and sportsmanship. Our slogan of Two Steps Ahead comes from the promise to our community that we provide an unparalleled program in terms of coaching, facilities and competition. Student-athletes will be two steps ahead as they move through their playing career as a result of coaches and program leaders who are relentless in their pursuit of excellence. With player development being the focus we are able to identify the playing ability of all athletes and begin a structured approach of facilitating growth. This individualized approach is only possible as the result of employing excellent coaches who are committed to the player development process. Programs will receive championship banners to hang in multipurpose rooms at the conclusion of each season. We will also recognize the team with the best spirit and who exemplifies the greatest sportsmanship. Building pride in the campus and celebrating the success of our student-athletes is important. About WHAM Our Philosophy Wham! Jam! Slam! Youth Basketball Association is a non-profit program offered to the East Valley. Wham is dedicated to support, benefit, promote, supervise, and develop the interest of the sport. Program Goals Wham! Jam! Slam! is a grassroots basketball initiative that supports and empowers community and basketball organizations in the East Valley in their efforts to positively influence youth and promote the game of basketball. Wham provides boys and girls, ages 4-18, the chance to learn the important lessons in life, good sportsmanship along with the how-to of hoops. The goals of the Wham league are to: Teach basketball skills in a progressive and consistent fashion. Expose youth to the values, qualities and skills that are required to succeed in both basketball and the larger game of life. Involve and develop the skills of coaches, volunteers, officials, and parents. Provide a fun atmosphere using lower baskets and smaller balls for younger players. Our Motto: "I'd Rather Play and Lose...Than Sit on the Bench and Win!!!"
  • Preschool - Advantage Preschool (formerly Amanecer)

    Advantage Preschool Dates (formerly Amanecer) 2022-2023 School Year - Registration opens on November 1, 2021 First Day of Class: July 28, 2022 Last Day of Class: May 23, 2023 Advantage Preschool follows the GPS school calendar for holidays and breaks. There is no Advantage Preschool on any district half days. Complete information and the Preschool Parent Handbook can be found on the district website: www.gilbertschools.net/advantage Age Range *3-5 (*3 by August 31st) -- Children may not attend until their 3rd birthday. Class Times AM 8:00-10:30 PM 11:15-1:45 The AM session typically has more younger students and the PM session has more of the older students. Class Size Typically limited to 15 students Taught by an HQT Certified Teacher and a paraprofessional assistant About the Program GPS Advantage Preschool (formerly Amanecer) is a play-based program, aligned with the Arizona Department of Education Early Learning Standards, with a focus on critical thinking skills and social/emotional development. Thematic units are explored by students using a variety of learning styles and modalities, which in turn, ignites curiosity and encourages sustained attention! Program is supplemented using Creative Curriculum intentional learning materials, We Thinkers! social emotional curriculum, and Learning Without Tears. Typically developing peers and those with developmental delays work together and grow in one inclusive environment. Integrated SPICE Integrated SPICE is a blended program with all students learning and growing in one inclusive environment. Every child can feel valued for their unique contributions and have a sense of belonging. This program will have a maximum of 12 children and will consist of 50% of the students receiving special education support for their individual needs associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and 50% typically developing peer role models. This model is designed to promote social interactions and to develop communication skills using peer modeling and intentional, systematic, and individualized intervention. *Special Education enrollment for this program is district initiated and will be based on district boundaries and capacities Standards based instruction with supplemental curriculum: Handwriting Without Tears Creative Curriculum Max of 12 student, 6 tuition, per session, registration fee waived for Integrated SPICE class During the 2022-2023 school year, this program will be piloted at Finley Farms Elementary. For the pilot year, the tuition will be reduced to $100.00 per month. Monthly Tuition and Fees $35 Registration Fee 3-day (M, T, TH) is $220.00 per month 4-day (M, T, TH, F) is $260.00 per month All days are 2 ½ hour class times 25% Discounted rates for GPS Employees Program locations, days, & times are subject to change. Preschool Parent Handbook 2022-2023 School Year 2022-2023 School Year - Registration fee and a security deposit of $100 through May 31, 2022 will be due at time of registration. The remaining balance for the first scheduled tuition is due by July 25, 2022. Registrations received on June 1, 2022 and after are required to pay the registration fee and the first scheduled tuition payment at the time of registration. The registration fee, security deposit and 1st month tuition paid during registration are NON-REFUNDABLE, no exceptions. The security deposit will be applied to the first scheduled tuition payment. Requirements Toilet Trained Fluent English (typically developing role-model) Locations (Open Boundaries) Ashland Ranch Augusta Ranch Boulder Creek++ Burk++ Canyon Rim Carol Rae Finley Farms (Integrated SPICE) Gilbert Elem++ Greenfield Elem Harris++ Highland Park Meridian Mesquite Elem Oak Tree++ Patterson Pioneer Playa del Rey Quartz Hill Settler's Point Sonoma Ranch Spectrum Superstition Springs Towne Meadows Val Vista Lakes ++Title I Supplement available at this locations, contact the Preschool Office for verification Child Find Screenings Gilbert Public School’s Advantage Preschool (formerly Amanecer) provides early intervention/special education services to 3 to 5 year old children with qualifying developmental delays in the following areas: motor, social, speech/language, cognitive or adaptive behavior development. Eligibility is determined through formal assessment procedures. If you live within the Gilbert Public School district boundaries, and have concerns regarding your child’s development, please go to www.gilbertschools.net/amanecer and follow the Preschool Screening instructions to begin the testing process. GPS Preschool Office 480-497-3461 x7
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  • Preschool - Building Blocks 3's

    Registration is Open for the 2022-2023 School Year Regular Hours of Operation School Day - 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Extended Day - 6:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. About us Gilbert Public Schools is proud to offer Building Blocks Preschool, a full day preschool program that allows your 3, 4, or young 5-year-old firsthand experiences of what it means to be a student. Our uniquely designed curriculum, based on the AZ Early Childhood Standards, helps create a foundation for your young student to build upon as they move towards their school career. Within the 3’s program, students will engage with specially designed, curriculum-based material. By utilizing circle time students are introduced to letters, numbers, colors, days of the week, months, and weather. While using a small group setting, our 3-year-old's complete six learning centers a day. In between learning centers are lunch, rest time, and exploration play. The day begins and concludes with a structured based play which focusses on socialization. Children must be 3 years old by August 31st and independently toilet trained. Building Blocks will provide a full healthy breakfast for those families choosing the extended day option. Family style snacks will be provided to all students. Building Blocks’ students will be eating in the school cafeteria. Although lunch will not be provided, the student will be enrolled in the school lunch program so they may purchase a hot lunch. All programs are licensed by Arizona Department of Health Services. Staff will participate in a minimum of 18 hours of professional development each school year. The Building Blocks Program is a Monthly Tuition Program. The cost is based on the days selected for the entire school year, then broken down into 10 equal monthly payments. Three Schedules are available for parents to select during the registration process - Full Time Monday - Friday, Part Time 3 Days per week - Monday, Wednesday & Friday or Part Time 2 Days per week - Tuesday & Thursday. Parents must commit to a schedule and maintain it throughout the entire school year. Building Blocks Curriculum We believe academics and social development are intertwined, and that curriculum is a living, growing aspect of preschool. We have a commitment to each school’s design and firmly believe that this commitment is crucial to our students’ success. We begin by understanding that every student is different. We focus on using each student’s strengths to build upon those areas that need developing. Learning is applied through academics and exploratory play. These activities can be child-directed or teacher directed. With a fluid schedule, teachers are then able to assess transitions and begin to build a foundation tailored to each individual student. AZ Early Learning Standards is the framework to our curriculum, and it is annually accessed to ensure best practices. The Building Blocks’ module is influenced by kindergarten standards and is collaborative with kindergarten teachers. Fundations and sight words are introduced through 4 small-sided learning centers and 3 large group centers based on weekly themes with built-in “Brain Breaks” between learning centers. “Brain Breaks” are equally important both inside and outside of the classroom with opportunities for PE, Library, Music, Art, etc. Building Blocks passionately encourages school involvement through fun runs, assemblies, school pictures, spirit weeks, and other fun site-specific activities. Dates Building Blocks 3's is closed September 5, 2022, Labor Day October 3-14, 2022, Fall Break November 11, 2022, Veteran's Day November 23-25, 2022, Thanksgiving Day & the days before and after December 21-30, 2022 & January 2-3, 2023 for the Winter Break Holidays January 16, 2023, Martin Luther King Day February 20, 2023, President's Day March 13-24, 2023, Spring Break April 7, 2023, Spring Holiday Last Day of School and following day, May 25-26, 2023 Memorial Day, May 29, 2023 2022-2023 School Year - date closures will be listed in the Preschool Parent Handbook 2022-2023, see below. Monthly Tuition & Fees $35 Registration Fee School Day (8:00am–3:15pm) M-F: $680.00/month M,W,F: $488.00/month Tue, Thurs: $392.00/month Extended Day (6:30am–6:00pm) M-F: $800.00/month M,W,F: $560.00/month Tue, Thurs: $440.00/month GPS School District Employees receive a 25% discount on tuition. Employment verification required. 2022-2023 School Year - Registration fee and a security deposit of $100 through May 31, 2022 will be due at time of registration. The remaining balance for the first scheduled tuition is due by July 25, 2022. Registrations received on June 1, 2022 and after are required to pay the registration fee and the first scheduled tuition payment at the time of registration. The registration fee, security deposit and 1st month tuition paid during registration are NON-REFUNDABLE, no exceptions. The security deposit will be applied to the first scheduled tuition payment. Preschool Parent Handbook 2022-2023 School Year
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  • Preschool - Building Blocks 4's

    Registration is Open for the 2022-2023 School Year Regular Hours of Operation School Day - 8:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m. Extended Day - 6:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. About us Gilbert Public Schools is proud to offer Building Blocks Preschool, a full day preschool program that allows your 3, 4, or young 5-year-old firsthand experiences of what it means to be a student. Our uniquely designed curriculum, based on the AZ Early Childhood Standards, helps create a foundation for your young student to build upon as they move towards their school career. By constructing curriculum containing a more challenging approach to the same subjects included in our 3’s program, our 4 and young 5-year-olds continue to master letters, numbers, colors, the calendar, writing their names, addresses, phone numbers, and begin preparation for reading readiness. Socialization and opportunities to build friendships are encouraged throughout our before and after-school day schedule. Upon completion of the Building Blocks program, our students have the foundation in place to enter kindergarten with the tools, experiences, and passion for learning, that helps to ensure academic success now and well into the future. Children must be 4 years old by August 31st and independently toilet trained. Building Blocks will provide a full healthy breakfast for those families choosing the extended day option. Family style snacks will be provided to all students. Building Blocks’ students will be eating in the school cafeteria. Although lunch will not be provided, the student will be enrolled in the school lunch program so they may purchase a hot lunch. All programs are licensed by Arizona Department of Health Services. Staff will participate in a minimum of 18 hours of professional development each school year. The Building Blocks Program is a Monthly Tuition Program. The cost is based on the days selected for the entire school year, then broken down into 10 equal monthly payments. Three Schedules are available for parents to select during the registration process - Full Time Monday - Friday, Part Time 3 Days per week - Monday, Wednesday & Friday or Part Time 2 Days per week - Tuesday & Thursday. Parents must commit to a schedule and maintain it throughout the entire school year. Building Blocks Curriculum We believe academics and social development are intertwined, and that curriculum is a living, growing aspect of preschool. We have a commitment to each school’s design and firmly believe that this commitment is crucial to our students’ success. We begin by understanding that every student is different. We focus on using each student’s strengths to build upon those areas that need developing. Learning is applied through academics and exploratory play. These activities can be child-directed or teacher directed. With a fluid schedule, teachers are then able to assess transitions and begin to build a foundation tailored to each individual student. AZ Early Learning Standards is the framework to our curriculum, and it is annually accessed to ensure best practices. The Building Blocks’ module is influenced by kindergarten standards and is collaborative with kindergarten teachers. Fundations and sight words are introduced through 4 small-sided learning centers and 3 large group centers based on weekly themes with built-in “Brain Breaks” between learning centers. “Brain Breaks” are equally important both inside and outside of the classroom with opportunities for PE, Library, Music, Art, etc. Building Blocks passionately encourages school involvement through fun runs, assemblies, school pictures, spirit weeks, and other fun site-specific activities. Dates Building Blocks 4's is closed September 5, 2022, Labor Day October 3-14, 2022, Fall Break November 11, 2022, Veteran's Day November 23-25, 2022, Thanksgiving Day & the days before and after December 21-30, 2022 & January 2-3, 2023 for the Winter Break Holidays January 16, 2023, Martin Luther King Day February 20, 2023, President's Day March 13-24, 2023, Spring Break April 7, 2023, Spring Holiday Last Day of School and following day, May 25-26, 2023 Memorial Day, May 29, 2023 Monthly Tuition & Fees $35 Registration Fee School Day (8:00am–3:15pm) M-F: $680.00/month M,W,F: $488.00/month Tue, Thurs: $392.00/month Extended Day (6:30am–6:00pm) M-F: $800.00/month M,W,F: $560.00/month Tue, Thurs: $440.00/month GPS School District Employees receive a 25% discount on tuition. Employment verification required. 2022-2023 School Year - Registration fee and a security deposit of $100 through May 31, 2022 will be due at time of registration. The remaining balance for the first scheduled tuition is due by July 25, 2022. Registrations received on June 1, 2022 and after are required to pay the registration fee and the first scheduled tuition payment at the time of registration. The registration fee, security deposit and 1st month tuition paid during registration are NON-REFUNDABLE, no exceptions. The security deposit will be applied to the first scheduled tuition payment. Preschool Parent Handbook 2022-2023 School Year
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  • Preschool - Kindergarten Prep

    Traditional and Conventional Registration for the 2022-2023 School Year is now open. Kindergarten Prep Dates 2022-2023 School Year (Registration opens on November 1, 2021) First Day of Class: July, 26, 2022 Last Day of Class: May 23 or 24, 2023 Kindergarten Prep follows the GPS school calendar for holidays and breaks. Complete information and the Kindergarten Prep Parent Handbook can be found on the district website: www.gilbertschools.net/kprep Locations and Class Times Traditional Kindergarten Prep: Canyon Rim and Spectrum Elementary Schools Full Day: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm on Monday - Friday One hour early release on Wednesdays a limited number of "extended hours" spots are available upon request at an additional cost If you would be interested in a half day Kindergarten Prep program in the east Mesa area click here. Neely Traditional AM: 8:15 am - 11:15 am on Monday - Friday PM: 12:15 pm - 3:15 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Conventional Kindergarten Prep: Ashland Ranch AM: 8:30 am - 11:30 am on Monday - Friday PM: 12:15 pm - 3:15 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Highland Park AM: 8:15 am - 11:15 am on Monday - Friday PM: 12:15 pm - 3:15 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Superstition Springs AM: 8:30 am - 11:30 am on Monday - Friday PM: 12:15 pm - 3:15 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Val Vista Lakes AM: 8:30 am - 11:30 am on Monday - Friday PM: 12:15 pm - 3:15 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Class Size Up to 20 Students per class Taught by an HQT Certified Teacher with an assistant About the Program Kindergarten Prep transforms learning into a walk of discovery, offering safe and exciting opportunities for experimentation, challenge, and fun at every turn! This program is designed to give your child a jump-start on becoming a prepared and eager student ready for the rigors of Kindergarten and being a valued member of Gilbert Public Schools! Kindergarten Prep curriculum focuses on literacy and academic content in an intentionally developed preschool environment. Fundations, which provides a strong foundation for reading and writing, is introduced and focused on daily. Traditional Kindergarten Prep is designed to give students that will be attending a Traditional Kindergarten a jump-start on their educational pathway. Traditional Kindergarten Prep children will participate in primary language arts (Spalding), math (Saxon Math K), science, music, art, and physical education through hands-on discovery and other age-appropriate activities. Both programs are aligned with the Arizona Department of Education Early Learning Standards, and are supplemented with: Handwriting Without Tears STEM Activities Unplugged Coding Monthly Tuition & Fees $35 registration AM Session $320 per month, Monday-Friday PM Session $280 per month, Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri Full Day $720 per month, Monday-Friday (Wednesday 1 hour early release) 25% discounted rates for GPS Employees upon verification of GPS employment 2022-2023 School Year - Registration fee and a security deposit of $100 through May 31, 2022 will be due at time of registration. The remaining balance for the first scheduled tuition is due by July 25, 2022. Registrations received on June 1, 2022 and after are required to pay the registration fee and the first scheduled tuition payment at the time of registration. The registration fee, security deposit and 1st month tuition paid during registration are NON-REFUNDABLE, no exceptions. The security deposit will be applied to the first scheduled tuition payment. Preschool Parent Handbook 2022-2023 School Year Requirements Age 4-5 Must be 4 by August 31, for the school year registering for. Toilet Trained - child must be independent in their toileting All dates, times and locations are subject to change If you have concerns about your child's development, and live within the GPS boundaries, please go to www.gilbertschools.net/advantage and follow the instructions for Preschool Screening. Preschool Office 480-497-3461
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  • Preschool - TOYBOX

    Please note that all sections of TOYBOX are currently full for the 2022 - 2023 school year. If you would like your child's name added to a waitlist please contact the Program Supervisor, Nathan Paquet, at 480-373-5569. TOYBOX Daily Hours of Operation 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. About us TOYBOX Early Learning Center is a program established as a laboratory setting on high school campuses incorporating a full teaching curriculum. All lessons are objective driven, play-based, and designed using the Arizona Early Learning Standard. We offer a full curriculum teaching all subjects each day including language and literacy, STEM (science, tools, engineering and math), social studies, art, music, and PE. Our goal is to prepare children for success in Kindergarten as well as their entire educational careers. We work hard to build a positive foundation for school success and a love for learning. The TOYBOX Early Learning Center provides the opportunity for children to develop social relationships with peers, gain a positive self-concept and foster an attitude of enthusiasm about school at an early age. Children learn to think critically, solve problems creatively, and interact in group situations. Having the support of the high school students helps to maintain a low child to adult ratio, resulting in more one-on-one attention and learning. Being on a high school campus allows TOYBOX unique opportunities to participate in many activities such as trying out the instruments in orchestra, creating pottery with clay, participating in simple science experiments, making a creative snack with culinary, or visiting the animals in the agriculture lab. TOYBOX highlights: Directed by a highly qualified teacher with a background in early childhood education Two paraprofessional specialists trained in early childhood education Multiple high school student teachers working toward early childhood related careers Average ratio is 5:1 TOYBOX uses the Wilson’s Fundations Language and Literacy Program Children must be 3 by August 31st and be able to use the restroom independently TOYBOX will close at 3:30 p.m. at the end of each grading quarter Monthly Tuition & Fees $35 Registration Fee Full Time - Monday through Friday: $576 per month Part Time - 3 Days per Week: $448 per month August tuition will be invoiced and then due on August 4th for the start of school. Going forward, the monthly tuition will be invoiced on the 20th of the month prior and due on the 25th of the month. A $25 late fee will be assessed if payment is not submitted by due date. GPS School District Employees receive a 25% discount on tuition. Employment verification required. 2022-2023 School Year - Registration fee and a security deposit of $100 through May 31, 2022 will be due at time of registration. The remaining balance for the first scheduled tuition is due by July 25, 2022. Registrations received on June 1, 2022 and after are required to pay the registration fee and the first scheduled tuition payment at the time of registration. The registration fee, security deposit and 1st month tuition paid during registration are NON-REFUNDABLE, no exceptions. The security deposit will be applied to the first scheduled tuition payment. Dates TOYBOX is closed September 5, 2022, Labor Day October 3-14, 2022, Fall Break November 11, 2022, Veteran's Day November 23-25, 2022, Thanksgiving Day & the days before and after December 21-30, 2022 & January 2-3, 2023 for the Winter Break Holidays January 16, 2023, Martin Luther King Day February 20, 2023, President's Day March 13-24, 2023, Spring Break April 7, 2023, Spring Holiday Last Day of School and following day, May 25-26, 2023 Memorial Day, May 29, 2023 TOYBOX will close at 3:30 pm the day before Fall, Winter, Spring & Summer Breaks Preschool Parent Handbook 2022-2023 School Year TOYBOX School Addresses Campo Verde High - 3870 S. Quartz St., Gilbert, AZ Desert Ridge High - 10045 E. Madero Ave., Mesa, AZ Gilbert High - 1101 E. Elliot Rd., Gilbert, AZ Highland High - 4301 E. Guadalupe Rd., Gilbert, AZ
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  • Sports Camps & Clinics

    Gilbert Youth Athletics is committed to providing top-tier coaching, utilizing elite facilities and focusing on the overall development of each student-athlete. It is our belief that great athletes must develop fundamental skills at a young age which prepares them for a future of success as they progress through high school and college programs. Athletes have access to some of the best coaches in the state of Arizona who are committed to the development of young athletes, while also spending significant time emphasizing character and sportsmanship. Our slogan of Two Steps Ahead comes from the promise to our community that we provide an unparalleled program in terms of coaching, facilities and competition. Student-athletes will be two steps ahead as they move through their playing career as a result of coaches and program leaders who are relentless in their pursuit of excellence. With player development being the focus we are able to identify the playing ability of all athletes and begin a structured approach of facilitating growth. This individualized approach is only possible as the result of employing excellent coaches who are committed to the player development process.
  • VIK Club - Before and After School Program

    REGISTRATION IS CLOSED FOR ALL LOCATIONS DUE TO STAFFING SHORTAGES. WE ARE SORRY FOR THIS INCONVENIENCE AND APPRECIATE YOUR UNDERSTANDING IN THIS MATTER. Please Note: Space may be limited due to staffing shortages, therefore, we may need to close registration at certain schools again. We appreciate your understanding in this matter. We have moved to a monthly invoice/billing system. Once the charges have been invoiced for the month according to the schedule selected for your child, you will receive an email with the invoice, noting the due date of when payment must be received. The $25 late fee will apply if payment is not submitted by the due date with additional $25 late fees will be assessed until the balance is paid in full. If you DO NOT need your child to start attending, please make sure you select a start date for your child so your account won't be invoiced before starting to attend. VIK Club dates for the 2022-2023 School Year are July 26, 2022 through May 24, 2023 About Us Designed to support the needs of today's working families, the VIK club is a safe, fun-filled extended learning program for children in Kindergarten through 6th grade enrolled in district schools. We are proud to offer enrichment opportunities that accomplish two major goals: reinforcing the excellent educational programming at Gilbert Public Schools and encouraging personal growth by cultivating life skills, strong relationships and a sense of self-worth. The VIK Club is offered at 26 of the Gilbert Public Schools Elementary Schools. Regular Hours of Operation are 6:30 a.m. - 8:10 a.m. and 2:55 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. In our Before School program, breakfast is included and have free choice of activities. Students from 1st-6th grades are released 10-15 minutes before the start start of the school day. Students in Kindergarten are either walked or picked up to go to the playground by the site staff or a teacher. The After School program includes an afternoon snack, quiet time for homework, outdoor activities, active games and free choice of activities. View VIK Parent Handbook (pdf) Registration Fee: $50 (Non-Refundable) Charged once contract is approved. Early Registration fees $25 through June 30th - $35 during July, $50 August and beyond. Consistent Schedule: needs to be maintained for the entire school year. If your child will be attending the same days/sessions each week (1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 days) for the entire month. AM - $11 per day or $48 per week PM - $15.25 per day or $65 per week Both AM & PM - $22.50 per day or $93.30 per week Pick Your Week Schedule: attending the same session Monday-Friday but not every week. You can schedule each month before the invoice goes out for the M-F weeks needing by selecting "Change Schedule" on your child's VIK Contract. AM - $48 per week Monday-Friday PM - $65 per week Monday-Friday Both AM & PM - $93.30 per week Monday-Friday Pick Your Day Schedule: attending different days/sessions during each month. You can schedule each month before the invoice goes out for the dates/session needing by selecting "Change Schedule" on your child's VIK Contract. AM - $11 per day PM - $15.25 per day Half Days - In Eleyo as a Non-School Day - an additional $6 charge is added to the PM cost on these days and will have to be selected separately in your Eleyo account under a Non-School Day, if needed. The Half Days (students are released at 11:55 am) for the 2022-2023 School Year are 8/31/22, 9/22/22 & 9/23/22 (Parent Teacher Conferences), 9/30/22, 10/26/22, 12/20/221, 1/25/23, 3/1/23 & 3/10/23. These dates will be invoiced during the month in which they occur. Accounts are invoiced monthly for the schedule selected for their child/children and due on the 1st of the month or on the due date noted on the invoice. There is an additional cost of $10 fee assessed to the cost of the session if your child is marked as unscheduled (not previously showing on the roster) or a parent submits a Drop-in Day after 4:00 pm for the following day, over the weekend or on a holiday. Parents are required to save and keep an AutoPay method in their family account per the policy of the program. DES Assistance - please refer to the VIK Club Parent Handbook for charges and additional fees charged if correct schedule is NOT selected during registration. Dates the VIK Club is closed Labor Day, September 5, 2022 Fall Break, October 3-14, 2022, (Holiday Camp available) The day before Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving Day & the day after, November 23-25, 2022 (Holiday Camp available on November 23rd ONLY) Winter Break, December 21, 2022 - January 3, 2023, (Holiday Camp available) Martin Luther King Day, January 16, 2023, (Holiday Camp available) President's Day, February 20, 2023, (Holiday Camp available) Spring Break, March 13-24, 2023, (Holiday Camp available) Spring Holiday, April 17, 2023 Last Day of School and following day, May 25-26, 2023 Memorial Day, May 29, 2023 VIK Club Phone Numbers Site area codes are (480) unless otherwise noted Ashland Ranch 416-5606 (cell) Augusta Ranch 480-818-3301 (cell) Boulder Creek 518-7204 (cell) Burk 431-0650 (cell) Canyon Rim 316-4403 (cell) Carol Rae 353-8558 (cell) Finley Farms 602-803-7269 (cell) Gilbert El 772-7406 (cell) Greenfield El 602-803-2838 (cell) Highland Park 415-8326 (cell) Harris 798-1023 (cell) Students attend VIK at Oak Tree Islands 239-5160 (cell) Meridian 602-769-3467 (cell) Mesquite El 602-803-5439 (cell) Neely 407-7988 (cell) Oak Tree 798-1023 (cell) Patterson 316-4404 (cell) Pioneer 589-0474 (cell) Playa del Rey 772-8129 (cell) Quartz Hill 772-7435 (cell) Settler's Point 772-5488 (cell) Sonoma Ranch 532-7494 (cell) Spectrum 602-803-0089 (cell) Superstition Springs 602-695-3292 (cell) Towne Meadows 205-6802 (cell) Val Vista 215-9949 (cell) Community Education Business Office 892-9089 x0
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  • Youth Athletics

    Gilbert Youth Athletics is committed to providing top-tier coaching, utilizing elite facilities and focusing on the overall development of each student-athlete. It is our belief that great athletes must develop fundamental skills at a young age which prepares them for a future of success as they progress through high school and college programs. Athletes have access to some of the best coaches in the state of Arizona who are committed to the development of young athletes, while also spending significant time emphasizing character and sportsmanship. Our slogan of Two Steps Ahead comes from the promise to our community that we provide an unparalleled program in terms of coaching, facilities and competition. Student-athletes will be two steps ahead as they move through their playing career as a result of coaches and program leaders who are relentless in their pursuit of excellence. With player development being the focus we are able to identify the playing ability of all athletes and begin a structured approach of facilitating growth. This individualized approach is only possible as the result of employing excellent coaches who are committed to the player development process. Programs will receive championship banners to hang in multipurpose rooms at the conclusion of each season. We will also recognize the team with the best spirit and who exemplifies the greatest sportsmanship. Building pride in the campus and celebrating the success of our student-athletes is important.