School Age

School Age

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Before- and after-school care & summer camp

Need to get to work before school starts? Work later than school finishes? Like to keep the kids having fun and learning during summer? St. Ann Center has busy parents covered!

Our child care staff teams up with parents/guardians to give your children the very best care. Our programs serve all children and focus on appreciation for all ages and abilities.

Before-and-after school program & summer camp

(Available during the school year. A separate Summer Camp session runs June through the summer to the start of school)

7 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday-Friday
Ages 5-12

Our before-school program provides:

  • Breakfast before 8 a.m.
  • Activities to prepare your child for a great day at school
  • Transportation to school from our site (Available at our Stein Campus)

Our after-school program provides:

  • Transportation from school to our site (Available at our Stein Campus)
  • Swimming in the St. Ann Center warm water pool once a week
  • Music appreciation directed by a certified music therapist
  • Homework assistance
  • Nutritious snacks once in the afternoon

Remote Learning Support

Children ages 5 to 12 attending school virtually experience a safe, consistent learning environment at both St. Ann Center campuses. Parents choose from a full day, a half-day or the after-school program – for one to five days a week.   

Students will bring their own Chromebook/laptop with chargers and headphones, login information, books and materials, and class schedules.  

Our remote learning program provides:

  • Wi-Fi  
  • St. Ann Center staff will not teach, but will offer general support and supervision 
  • Breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack, depending on student’s schedule 
  • Outside play, weather permitting 

Support from generous people, like you, creates this joyful intergenerational community.

Creating Pathways Farm – Summer Camp field trip

Here is what your child will learn:

  • Art and Science through creative activities that spark imagination, self-expression and fine motor skills
  • Social, Emotional and Thinking Skills through play activities that help physical development
  • Language Skills that build effective communication
  • Intergenerational Wisdom through shared activities with St. Ann Center’s older adult clients
  • Handling Disagreements while respecting each person’s dignity
  • Spiritual Development drawing on the various religious traditions of children enrolled in the center

Supplies parents need to provide:

  • Sunscreen
  • Bug spray
  • Swimsuit and towel (if swimming in the center pool)
  • Extra set of clothing
  • Any medications needed for your child in original medicine container and a signed consent form to administer medication

Just for fun:

  • Group games on a playground and time on an open field
  • Cooking opportunities that offer practice in following directions and build math and science skills
  • Intergenerational activities including games, such as bean bag toss and mini-basketball shots, art projects, card games, bingo and reading books together
  • Field trips. Mini outings are also planned throughout the school year, including walks around the neighborhood and exploration of nearby woods, fields and gardens

Summer Camps start June 20th!

Our Summer Camp program provides:

  • Learning about everything from art to music, cooking to gardening, plus more
  • Playtime including a handicap-accessible playground and an indoor atrium play area
  • New friends of all ages and abilities to share fun and educational activities
  • Field trips once a week to educational places such as Boerner Botanical Gardens, the Urban Ecology Center, Old World Wisconsin and more

Camp Costs

  • Before-and After-School programs: Depends on number of mornings/afternoons child is present
  • Summer Camp: Stein Campus: $200 per week; only $40 per day! There is a $50 per family registration fee. Wisconsin Shares is accepted.
  • Summer Camp Registration will be confirmed. If the program is full, you will be contacted and allowed to make another childcare choice, and your registration fee will be returned. A parent handbook with complete program details will be sent to you upon successful registration. Register early to reserve your space.
Stein Campus Registration

Latisha Hickson, Childcare Director
(414) 977-5041 //

Bucyrus Campus Registration

Stephanie Jefferson, Childcare Director
(414) 210-2468 //

Our daughters have attended St. Ann Center, and we couldn’t be happier. You offer the unique opportunity for children to learn from and respect the elderly and people with disabilities. I can’t say enough about St. Ann Center’s caregivers, volunteers, therapists, hair stylists, lifeguards and other staff, who care deeply for the children and adults they serve.”

~ Peter and Lisa G., parents

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