Welcome to ASC! We are so glad you are here. Please let us know if there is something you would like to share with us about your family. You can always call, email or stop into ASC with any updates or concerns you may have. We are an extension of your family and want to make ASC the best out-of-school choice for your child and family.
On this website you will find many resources for example monthly and weekly group calendars, forms, updates, and field trip lists.
Transportation is available to ASC from Brooklyn. Bus number 15 arrives at ASC at approximately 3:05 P.M. each day to drop- off ASC children.
RCI Youths Take The Bus From RCI to ASC/NKE
Our program at ASC/NKE serves these fifth and sixth graders from Rome Corners Intermediate. These children arrive from RCI on Bus #7 typically by 3:45 P.M. We offer gross motor time, homework time, free choice time, crafts and cooking projects. We are open from 2:45-5:45 P.M. Monday through Friday. After school, on all non-school days and during the summer session all RCI youths attend care at ASC located at NKE at 276 Soden Drive in Oregon.
Nutritious snacks, fruit and milk are provided during the morning and afternoon. All snacks are prepared in accordance with USDA guidelines and posted weekly. Upon request, specific snacks can be served to children with special medical needs. Please advise the management staff of any allergies of any foods or drinks, so that our snack assistants are able to accommodate their needs. Children will need a lunch and drink when the ASC program they are attending includes a lunch hour.
If for any reason your child is unable to eat our prepared snacks, they will be offered another healthy snack choice to meet their needs or family preferences. If a child comes to ASC without the essential items for their lunch we are able/required to supplement this lunch. ASC will supplement the meals, snacks and beverages if they do not meet the guidelines established by the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).
ASC has had a positive collaboration with the Oregon School District for over 30 years. We very much appreciate that the Oregon School District continues to allow us the opportunity to rent space so we can be the primary resource for quality school care for our school aged children/youths of the Oregon School District.
All After School Clubs staff must meet Wisconsin State Licensing requirements for their position. They are involved in ongoing staff development training. All staff are trained in CPR, AED, First Aid and Universal Precautions. All staff must adhere to State Licensing Rules and Regulations. In addition lead teachers are required to have at least six credits from an institution of higher learning.