Per Montgomery County: Montgomery County Recreation, in partnership with Montgomery County Public Schools Out of School Time (OST), will offer out-of-school programming for students throughout the 2023-24 school year. Kids Day Out, for elementary school students, is a day filled with fun, supervised activities, planned with an emphasis on kid-friendly, healthy recreation. Programs will take place at various locations across the County beginning Monday, Oct. 9. Locations include:
- Bauer Drive Community Recreation Center (Therapeutic Recreation programming for youth and teens with disabilities ages 6-12 and 13-21)
- Clara Barton Neighborhood Recreation Center
- Damascus Community Recreation Center
- East County Community Recreation Center
- Gwendolyn E. Coffield Community Recreation Center
- Long Branch Community Recreation Center
- Mid-County Community Recreation Center
- Nancy H. Dacek North Potomac Community Recreation Center
- Plum Gar Community Recreation Center
- Potomac Community Recreation Center
- Marilyn J. Praisner Community Recreation Center
- Silver Spring Recreation and Aquatic Center *April dates only.
- Upper County Community Recreation Center
- White Oak Community Recreation Center
Each day of programming takes place from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Students should make sure to bring lunch.
The Teens Day Out program is available for middle school youth, ages 11-14. Middle schoolers will enjoy a day filled with fun, including field trips and other special activities. Teens Day Out will be offered at East County Community Recreation Center, Plum Gar Community Recreation Center, Silver Spring Recreation and Aquatic Center* and Wheaton Community Recreation Center. *April dates only
Both programs are free to county residents through a partnership with Montgomery County Public Schools OST.
Registration is available at ActiveMontgomery.org. Search activity number R05113 for Kids Day Out and R09017 for Teens Day Out. For more information or for help with registration, contact the customer service team at 240-777-6840.
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