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BASE Site Coordinators
BASE, Loker School (Kindergarten) 508-655-4781
Jennifer Rice, Site Coordinator
BASE, Claypit Hill School (Grades 1-4) 508-358-7008
Susan Schaufeld, Site Coordinator
BASE, Happy Hollow School (Grades 1-4) 508-358-7004
Teresa Creber, Site Coordinator
BASE, Wayland Middle School (Grades 5-8) 508-655-8585
BEFORE/AFTER SCHOOL EXTENSION
Extension (BASE) is located in each elementary school and at Wayland
School, providing before and after school programming for children in
through eighth grade. (Before school is offered for K-5 only). At
the elementary schools, a 1-4 after-school program is offered at Happy
Hollow and Claypit Hill and a Kindergarten BASE program is offered at
Loker School. Grade
5 pupils are transported to Wayland Middle School for a Grades 5-8
Children enrolled in BASE have use of school
gymnasiums, libraries, cafeterias,
computers or computer labs, assigned classrooms, playgrounds, and
fields. Daily activities vary and are always fine-tuned to reflect
children's changing interests and abilities. Flexible schedules are
available, offering 2, 3, 4 or 5 afternoons until 4:30 or 6:00.
may enroll in a Kindergarten BASE program, which begins upon the
completion of morning Kindergarten. More detailed
information can be obtained
by calling the WSCP office at 508-655-6403.
Please note that Before-School is the only program that
offers a drop-in option. After-School programs are enrolled on a
contractual basis, and there is a two-day minimum.
PARENT MANUAL - Important Information for Families Enrolled in BASE
October 4, 2013
All BASE programs are currently at maximum enrollment. As family schedules change, we do anticipate openings.
WAIT LIST PROCEDURE
When a program's enrollment is closed, you will not be able to register online as new applications will not be accepted. To have your family name put on a wait list, please call 508-655-6403. You will be contacted when an opening becomes available.
WAIT LIST #: 508-655-6403 OR email: Rosemarie_Teti@wayland.k12.ma.us
Additional details - see link (BASE Enrollment 2013-14) in box, column in upper left on this page
Registration is now online and the link is below:
Register Online Here
Register Now - First Come, First Serve Enrollment
Although BASE tries to accommodate all families, some days fill up quicker than others and wait lists are established. When registration begins for a new academic year, registering as soon as possible is the best way to ensure that you will get the days and hours your family needs.
Enrollment is on a first come, first serve basis. Wait lists are established once slots are filled on specific days.
Kindergarten BASE Enrollment Information
The BASE programs offers:
Before-School Program 7:00 am until 8:45 am
BASE Program 12:20 pm until 2:45 pm (Wednesdays - 1:35 pm)
Extended BASE Hours 2:45 pm until 6:00 pm (Wednesdays - 1:35 pm, start time)
Happy Hollow BASE students celebrated the UN-sponsored International Day of Peace by participating in the Pinwheels for Peace event. They joined people throughout the world in spreading messages of peace by making pinwheels bearing messages of peace.
VACATION WEEK PROGRAMS - February and April
During February and April vacation weeks,
Wayland School Community Programs offers programs held at Loker School
for children in Kindergarten through Grade Five. Each day offers a mix
of free play and scheduled activity periods for cooking, science, arts
and crafts, active games, music, and more. Children also enjoy special
events daily. A typical week might include field trips for mini-golf,
bowling, or roller skating and/or make-your-own-pottery or a drama
workshop. A trip to the local Pizzeria Uno for a tour and pizza making
is always a highlight as is the chance to dine together in a restaurant.
Outdoor time is an important part of each day in the BASE program. Children enjoy the play structures, play football, basketball, soccer, four-square, or baseball. It's also a great time to interact with BASE staff and each other.
TV Production is one of the after-school activities offered. Here, twin brothers Sean and Adam prepare to go on camera and present SportsTalk, a report they co-wrote about football positions. Students travel to the WayCAM (cable access) studio at Wayland High School for production sessions.
Scripts are displayed on a teleprompter for the "talent," and a member of the tech crew operates it in the control room.