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KidsTime After-School Enrichment Program


After School Program @ the J

Registration is OPEN for the 2017-2018 School Year

Registration opens for the 2018-2019 School Year on:
April 2, 2018 for HTSD Families and Current KidsTime Families
April 15, 2018 for New Families

$250 non-refundable deposit is due to reserve your space.

4 day minimum for van transportation

Seats are filling up quickly, reserve today!



The Kids Time program at the Kaiserman JCC is a comprehensive after-school program for children in grades K-5. You can feel confident knowing your children are in good hands when they arrive at the JCC for Kids Time.

A typical Kids Time day includes:
Transportation to the JCC from your child's school, free play time, a healthy snack, supervised homework time, arts & crafts, organized sports as well as film, cooking, and book & games.

Participating Schools:
Lower Merion Elementary Schools (excluding Gladwyne), Perelman Jewish Day School
Select School District of Haverford Township Schools | Contact Jbravato@phillyjcc.com for details.

The Kids Time program runs in conjunction with the Lower Merion School District schedule. Kids Time hours are 3:30-6pm, Monday - Friday. There are also a range of special day programs and vacation programs that are offered throughout the year.

For more information call Jordan Bravato, Kids Time Director, 610-896-7770 x121 or email kidstime@phillyjcc.com 

Also from Kids Time...

Drop In
Children who are not regularly enrolled in KidsTime may use this service at any time if space is available.  Please contact kidstime@phillyjcc.com for availability.

Transitional Care
This program is for students in grades K-5 participating in an afternoon activity at the Kaiserman JCC.  Our staff will pick your child up at their school and take them to the JCC for their class. Please call 610-896-7770 x121 or email kidstime@phillyjcc.com for information and rates.*
*Classes that start at 5pm or later do not qualify as transitional care, the full KidsTime rate applies.