Welcome to our school’s Child Care webpage! Below, you will find details on the organization that offers child care to our school community. If you are interested in before- and after-school care, please contact their email listed below. The district Child Care team is working closely with PPS Licensed Child Care partners to increase availability this 2021-22 school year. Due to Covid-19, programs and schools have limited capacity to offer space for child care programming. For more information on child care sites and programs, visit the PPS Child Care website. And for information on family supports such as, ERDC, 211 referrals, and more click here.
Champions is proud to foster safe, engaging spaces to let kids be kids. Our curriculum for grades K–6 is based on the latest educational research and focuses on building the three critical abilities that have the most impact on a child’s future success: social-emotional skills, executive-function skills, and inquiry-based learning all through choice and play based activities. Champions is also a safe space for kids to explore, be original, and rise to their next challenge; In our programs, we help students celebrate what makes them unique—because that’s what makes them awesome!
To learn more, please visit Champions website to learn more about Champions at Bridger School.
Champions: Before and After School Childcare
Champions has a great solution for busy working families: activities that combine fun and learning, together with the safety and convenience of a high-quality program right inside your school. Champions offers a variety of group and individual activities designed to keep your child exploring and growing.
From art, dramatic play, math and science to problem-solving, language, motor skills and more, we help your child continue learning and developing essential life skills – whether school is in session or not.
To register, call: 800-246-2154
Site Manager: Chanel Bodden, email@example.com
SUN - Schools Uniting Neighborhoods
Our SUN Community School (Schools Uniting Neighborhoods) program enriches the Buckman community by offering low-cost, educationally enriching after-school classes; day camps on many late opening and no-school days; community gatherings such as Family Write Night, winter craft classes and family dances; parenting and life skills classes for parents; and social support coordination for struggling students and families. Buckman's SUN program is a collaboration of Multnomah County Department of County Human Services, Portland Parks and Recreation, Impact Northwest and Portland Public Schools. Visit our website for more information!
For more information about SUN:
Katie Olson, SUN Site Supervisor: 503-858-0230 or firstname.lastname@example.org