Hello Twilight Families!
SUMMER SCHOOL is right around the corner!
Applications are available at each school office. Please turn yours in by June 8th.
Hours will be 8:00am - 12:30pm, Monday through Friday (except Monday June 18th, and 4th of July holiday) with breakfast and lunch supervision available before and after program times.
Monday, June 18th we will be closed for teacher preparation day. Wednesday, July 4th and Thursday, July 5th will be closed for the holiday. All other weeks we will be open Monday - Friday.
First day of summer program will be Tuesday, June 19th and we will run for 5 weeks through Friday, July 20th.
A limited number of scholarships for other local activities are available for registered summer Twilight students!
Twilight will support scholarships for The C.R.O.W. Center for the Performing Arts summer camps. These camps give kids a chance to explore the performer inside each of them!
- More information can be found at: https://www.crowkids.com/summer-camp
Twilight is also proud to support the Siuslaw Watershed Council’s summer program again this year with scholarships for registered Twilight students.This year SWC is offering one camp for all youth 4th through 12th grades on June 25th through 29th. Watershed camp is a fun outdoor program, and kids can be a part of exploring the Siuslaw Watershed's many rivers, streams, and lakes.
More information at: http://www.siuslaw.org/camps/
PLEASE NOTE: ALL STUDENTS KINDERGARTEN THROUGH 5TH GRADE MUST BE PICKED UP BY AN APPROVED PERSON, AND WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO WALK ON THEIR OWN. PLEASE BE SURE TO FILL OUT THE APPLICATION WITH ALL PEOPLE WHO HAVE PERMISSION TO PICK UP YOUR STUDENT. ONLY STUDENTS WHO ARE SIBLINGS WILL BE ALLOWED TO PICK UP YOUNGER STUDENTS.
If you have any questions, please contact Kama Wells, Twilight Secretary
@ 541-997-5462 between 8:30am -12:30pm, Monday - Friday.
Twilight programs participate in the CACFP meal program,
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