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August 2, 2010

CASP enrollment now open

NORMAN — Norman’s Community After School Program has openings in several of its programs and is accepting students for before and after school care at all of Norman Public Schools’ elementary locations for the 2010-2011 school year.

Interested families may stop by CASP’s central office at 1023 N. Flood Ave., call 405-366-5970 or visit its website at www.caspinc.org for more information on enrollment. .

CASP is entering its 36th year of providing after school care at NPS elementary schools.

CASP’s before school care begins at 6:45 a.m. and runs until school begins. After school care begins immediately after school ends and runs until 6 p.m.  

CASP accepts DHS childcare assistance and offers a scholarship program for qualifying families.

With the opening of Truman Primary School this fall for pre-kindergarten through second-grade, CASP will offer care at both Truman locations.

Norman’s CASP is a local non-profit organization that provides quality care and partners with several community agencies including Norman Public School and the United Way of Norman.  

Each of CASP’s 16 programs are licensed by the Department of Human Services as “Two Star” facilities and are directed by trained staff members.  

CASP’s daily routine offers a slate of self-directed options for children in kindergarten through fifth-grade, including art projects, board games, outdoor play, dramatic play and group games.

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