Fee Structure 2016-17 School Year
We are pleased to introduce a new CASA fee structure for families participating in the free and reduced-lunch program at Loudoun County Public Schools. More details
Estamos encantados de ofrecer un nuevo pago estructurado de CASA para familias que participan del almuerzo reducido o gratis en las escuelas de LCPS. Mas Detalles
Monday-Friday, immediately after school until 6:00 p.m. (Arcola, Hutchison Farm, Little River, and Pinebrook Elementary Schools and Lovettsville Community Center are open until 6:15 p.m.)
Children must be at least 5 years old or enrolled in grades K-5
CASA Parent Handbook 2016 - 2017
The CASA Program follows the Loudoun County Public Schools schedule. CASA is not open on school holidays, teacher workdays or days when schools close early. Camp programs are offered for many of these days for an additional fee. You will find these camps listed under Camp Programs, Youth Sports or Community Center listings in our seasonal Activity Guide. See a complete listings of current camp offerings here.
The mission of the CASA Program is to provide safe, excellent, after-school programs for children in grades K-5.
The primary purpose of the programs is to provide safe, accountable, fun, recreational activities to children of working parents. The activities are designed to enhance recreation, behavior, social and physical skills. They are child-centered and child-directed and are planned and developed to meet the individual child's special needs or interests.
Parents are encouraged to take an active role by volunteering at sites and participating in special family events. Our programs strive to be responsive to the needs of the children, families, and communities we serve. An overview of CASA is included in our Children's Programs Welcome Video