Before & After School Care
Noah Webster Schools is excited to offer Extended Wildcat Hours!
- Before School Extended Hours are 6 a.m.-7 a.m.
- After School Extended Hours are 3 p.m.-6 p.m. on regular school days.
- After School Extended Hours are 1 p.m.-6 p.m. on early dismissal days.
All students on campus after 3 p.m. (1 p.m. on early dismissal days) who are not riding the bus, enrolled in an afterschool program, or waiting in parent pickup will be directed to After School Extended Hours.
Please note: Students must be signed in and signed out of Before and After School Extended Hours.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to enroll my student(s) in the program?
Yes, for staffing purposes students must be enrolled in the program prior to attending. Please complete the form and turn into the front Administration Office.
Is there a charge for before/after school care?
Our Pima campus offers free before & after school care.
Our Mesa campus has a charge for before & after school care.
Where do I drop my child off for Before Hours and pick them up from After Hours?
Between 6 a.m.-7 a.m. students must be signed in with the designated staff member at the Pre-K gate. Students can be signed out from After Hours, located in the multi-purpose room, after 4:15 p.m. on regular school days and 2 p.m. on early dismissal days.
Who can sign out my student(s) from After School Hours?
They can only be signed out by an individual on the contact list which was completed at the time of enrollment into Noah Webster Schools. Students can also be signed out by an individual who is granted permission by the parent/legal guardian to pick up for a specific day. This permission must be listed on the call list.
Late Pick Up Policy & Fee
*A late fee of $5 per minute will be charged after 6 p.m. on regular school days and on early dismissal days (according to site clock) if the student is not picked up prior to 6 p.m.
**Police will be called at 6:30 p.m. if the child has not been picked up.
Before and After School Care Enrollment
Enrollment in before and after school care can be completed while completing your child’s enrollment paperwork online. A student can also be enrolled in the program by completing all the required information on the form below and turning it in to the front administration office.
Please note, that any and all past due invoices with Noah Webster Schools must be paid in full to be eligible to utilize the before and after school care program. Noah Webster Schools reserves the right to remove students from any program if balances are not brought current on a monthly basis.
Click HERE to download the enrollment form for Noah Webster Schools-Mesa.
Click HERE to download the enrollment form for Noah Webster Schools-Pima.
On the first day of school, while I was walking down the hall, I was kind of nervous because it was a new school. But when I walked in the classroom, I recognized some people I already knew, and that made me feel a bit better. I have learned so many things this year, such as integers, Ancient Greece, and oxymorons. I have also learned things that will help me be a better person. I learned that respect is one of the most important qualities to have in life. My teacher is wonderful. She has empathy (most of the time) for us. She knows what it’s like to be in different kinds of situations, she knows how to cheer someone up, or make them feel regretful (when we misbehave). She understands our problems and gives us advice on how to solve them, whether it’s from personal problems to math or reading problems. We went on a lot of field trips this year. My favorite one was the Water Day field trip at the Mesa Campus! We got to go on different water slides. I had so much fun sliding down the 40 foot tall Rhino slide and high-fiving everyone when I reached the bottom! Everyday has been a different day, which I enjoy. I will always remember my experience in 6th grade here at Noah Webster Schools.
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