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Please consider making a donation to the Community Before & After School Child Care Program today in the amount of $25, $50, $100 or more! We pledge to use your money wisely in providing a safe and quality child care experience forAlbany’s school-aged children.
CAP is a partner agency with the United Way of Linn County.
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» See our Register page for 2013-2014 brochures and forms.
NEW BILLING POLICY
Please read the CAP Board's Letter to Parents before registering your child.
Also, please see our
Restructured Billing and Fee Schedule
Effective October 1, 2013
"Provide safe, structured, quality and affordable care for elementary age children."
CAP is licensed by the Oregon Child Care Division (CCD). This yearly process includes fire and sanitation inspections, and onsite visits by CCD to ensure state guidelines are being met throughout the program. Staff qualifications and training requirements are monitored through this same yearly certification process.
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What does CAP Offer?
- Nutritious snacks, approved by the United States Dept. of Agriculture
- Safe, clean and comfortable setting
- Entertaining, educational activities
- Games, crafts and outdoor play
- Caring and supportive staff guidance
- Homework assistance (if appropriate)
- Affordable, quality childcare
- Convenient locations
- Trained, professional staff
- Supportive environment
- Age appropriate programming
- Consistent communication between parents and school
In partnership with the Greater Albany Public School District, CAP can enroll up to 600, five to eleven year olds at multiple public school site locations. Please see Locations for a list of current operating sites. We offer childcare before school starting at 6:45am and after school until 6:00pm. We also offer a morning and afternoon KinderCap program. CAP offers full daycare on school vacation days, in-service days, winter, spring and summer breaks. All vacation/in-service days are handled additionally and notice/sign-up sheets are sent with our regular billing statements the month before they occur.
Staff & Program Activities
Certified and competent individuals who care about children and are committed to providing quality care staff our sites and plan for age appropriate activities that are enjoyable and stimulating for your child. Our sites offer homework assistance, reading centers, computer learning opportunities, games, crafts, outdoor play and more.
We are continually seeking ways to improve our program and always welcome new ideas. We have found parents to be a great resource in providing information and skills around talents or hobbies. If you have a special skill or hobby that you would enjoy sharing with the children, let us know!