Clark County has received funding through the CARES Act to support families enrolling students in the School Daze program. Any student who qualifies for free or reduced lunch through the Clark County School District may attend the School Daze Program for FREE. Free enrollment qualification begins at time of first registration with required documents to qualify. Free enrollment will not be backdated.
School Daze Free Enrollment
Qualification and Registration Guidelines
How do Parents Apply for Free Enrollment:
Parents must come in person to the School Daze location they will be attending with the following:
- A letter from Clark County School District confirming that their child qualifies for free or reduced-price lunch
- Completed Registration form
1-800-819-7556 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to apply for free or reduced lunch, please complete an on-line application at:
Once approved CCSD will provide a letter confirming your eligibility.
How to Register:
Parents who do not qualify for the CARES funding can still register and pay for registration at a rate of $20 per day. They will be able to pay online at any time pending space availability. Parents who qualify for CARES free registration must come in person first and bring the required qualifications to the location their child/ren will attend.
Parents must complete the registration form https://cms8.revize.com/revize/clarknv/Parks%20&%20Recreation/Safekey/school-daze-2020-registration-form.pdf
Once the parent has completed the initial registration they can register on-line for the following weeks. Registration will be allowed on a first-come basis and parents can enroll their child in the program beginning at 12:01 AM on the Wednesday before the upcoming week. (Example: registration is available beginning at 12:01 AM on Wednesday, September 9 for the week of Monday, September 14.)
In order to meet the needs of as many children as we can, parents should only register for the days their children will attend. If a child is registered and does not attend, they may lose their space or future enrollment privileges.
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PLEASE NOTE: Safekey does not operate when school is not in session.
School Daze is the Clark County Parks and Recreation alternative for Safekey. Information below is for Safekey.
Clark County Parks and Recreation Safekey Program
2601 E. Sunset Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89120(702) 455-8251, CCSafekey@ClarkCountyNV.gov
Supervisor: Amanda Jaramillo claytona@ClarkCountyNV.gov
Through the “Open Schools Open Doors” agreement, Clark County Parks & Recreation Safekey Before and After School Programs are offered to students in grades K-5 at 84 Clark County School District (CCSD) schools located in unincorporated Clark County. The Safekey program offers a healthy environment where participants will engage in, but not limited to, indoor/outdoor individual and small group games, arts & crafts, the Apple Core reading program, an afternoon snack, all designed to enhance your child’s social growth and development.
Safekey does not operate when school is not in session (teacher trainings, Winter Break, Spring Break etc.). A great alternative for Safekey participants is offered at several of Clark County’s Recreation Centers. Click here for a list of Clark County Community Centers.
Standard Operating Hours & Fees
AM Session: 7am – Bell $4 per child
PM Session: Bell – 6pm $7 per child
Early Operating Hours & Fees
AM Session: 6:30am – Bell $3 per child
PM Session: Bell – 6pm $8 per child
Click here to send an email or call (702) 455-8251 if you have further questions/concerns.