Sunny Days

We will now begin taking registrations for our Sunny Days Summer Enrichment Program. We will continue to process registrations and payments online – fill out registration form below.

We will have two options this year – a four-hour (8:30-12:30) program for $65/day and a six-hour (8:30-2:30) program for $100/day.

A 50% deposit will be taken upon registration and the balance will be due on May 15th.

Sunny Days will run for 14 days between Monday, June 10 and Friday, June 28 (no school on 6/19), enrollment permitting.

Notifications regarding cancellation of days due to low enrollment will be made May 1st.

The schedule is flexible – you can sign up for as many or as few days as you would like.

We will take registrations from current students, students enrolled for the fall (must be 3 years to attend), and, if space allows, Sunshine graduates finishing Kindergarten.

This enrichment program will build on skills introduced during the school year.  Activities will be presented in a way that is both meaningful and fun, encouraging development in a wide range of topics.

Click HERE for a list of what to bring to Sunny Days.

We will concentrate on different themes, with a different theme-based children’s book each day and outdoor/water-play every day (weather permitting).  Possible themes include:

I Love Letters Get ready to find letters everywhere – dig for them in the sand, listen for their sounds, and listen to some of our favorite alphabet stories!

Let’s Build! Design buildings, construct masterpieces, and work together to create structures large and small!

Discovering Nature All five senses help us to discover nature and explore using simple science experiments!

Mix It Up! Measuring, mixing, and getting our hands dirty to create doughs for play and for snacks, getting the creative juices flowing!

Sunny Days Registration 2024
I understand that the 50% deposit paid reserves my child’s space at Sunny Days and is non-refundable, unless 1) I do not get the days I request or 2) days I request are cancelled due to low enrollment.