Coe Child Care...A Positive Place for Kids!
Welcome to Coe Child Care
2424 7th Avenue West, Seattle, WA 98119 
Open: Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Coe Child Care is a state licensed school-age care program sponsored by the Boys & Girls Clubs of King County in Seattle. Located on Queen Anne Hill inside of Coe Elementary School, and on campus since 1991, we provide a safe and friendly place away from home for children in kindergarten through fifth grade. Click on the tabs above for more information about our before or after school care, Pre-K program or summer camp.

FAMILY HANDBOOK

Site Contacts

Director: Martin Horne

Assistant Director: David Solomon

Pre-K Teacher: Kate Menzies             

Phone: (206) 281-9197
Email: coeclub@positiveplace.org  


COE PRE-K 2016-2017

Coe Pre-K will be relocating to new rooms in the Ballard Boys & Girls Club.  This exciting new facility has many windows, a fantastic kitchen, a garden area, a gym, a ball field and playground.  We will continue with the same teachers, same curriculum and same management.  We hope that many families who had great experiences in our Pre-K will be with us in the new school year.

Now Enrolling for Fall 2016!

Paperwork must be turned in, in-person by a parent or guardian. Links to registration paperwork can be found under the Registration tab of this website.  Registration will take place at Coe School in Queen Anne.  

Pre-K Deposit: Non-refundable deposit of $200.00 which will go toward your first month’s tuition.

Registration Fee: $35.00 

Membership Fee: $50.00

Registration paperwork should include:

*Registration Form

*School Year Enrollment Contract

*Immunization Record (Please transfer your information to this form)

*Medication Authorization Form (As needed)

*My Asthma Plan (As Needed)

*Childcare Emergency Plan for Allergic Reactions (As Needed) 

*If any document has missing information or blank fields it will not be accepted.

Before & After School Care 2016-2017

AM

The need for a Before School program is currently being evaluated for next year, due to bell time changes.  We will begin taking names for a wait list at the same time as After School registration.

PM

Due to a reduction in space at Coe School next year, our total capacity will decrease.  There will be some spaces available for new Kindergarten children, but we do not anticipate having any openings for new children Grades 1-5.  We will begin taking a wait list for Grades 1-5 on April 7th via email at coeclub@positiveplace.org.   

2016-2017 Kindergarten After School Registration will take place at 8am on April 6th at Coe School.

Paperwork must be turned in, in-person by a parent or guardian. Links to registration paperwork can be found under the registration tab on this website.  

Registration paperwork should include:

*Registration Form

*School Year Enrollment Contract

*Immunization Record (Please transfer your information to this form)

*Medication Authorization Form (As needed)

*My Asthma Plan (As Needed)

*Childcare Emergency Plan for Allergic Reactions (As Needed)

*If any document has missing information or blank fields it will not be accepted.

Summer Camp 2016 

2016 Summer Camp Registration begins at 8:00am at Coe School on April 4, 5, & 6.

April 4th - Current Families

April 5th - Summer Returning Families

April 6th – Open Enrollment         

Registration Fee: $35.00 

Membership Fee: $50.00

Summer Deposits: $25.00 Deposit for each week you are registering for.                    

Registration paperwork should include:

*Registration Form

*Summer Enrollment Contract

*Immunization Record (Please transfer your information to this form)

*Medication Authorization Form (As needed)

*My Asthma Plan (As Needed)

*Childcare Emergency Plan for Allergic Reactions (As Needed)

*If any document has missing information or blank fields it will not be accepted.  Links to registration paperwork can be found under the registration tab on this website.  

More Information on Weekly Themes & Activities can be found on our Summer Information Sheet.


Cultural Relevant/Anti-Bias Statement:
A culturally aware, bias-free curriculum is part of a teaching strategy which leads to an appreciation of diversity around us. Our goal is to incorporate anti-bias and cultural diversity into the foundation of our programs. We proudly display examples of each child's unique family life, and provide books, toys and other materials which reflect diversity in their family's racial and ethnic identity, gender roles,  physical abilities and occupations. We will continue to seek ways to show an appreciation of differences in a positive and developmentally appropriate way.

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