• After School

    CHILHOWEE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

     


     KIDS PLACE, Inc.

    Kids Place has after school care available at Chilhowee Intermediate School. More information can be found at www.kidsplaceinc.org or by calling 865-660-7777. 


     City of Knoxville Parks and Recreation After School Program 

    The City of Knoxville Parks and Recreation has an After School Program at Milton Roberts. This is a free program and information can be obtained by calling (865) 546-4536.

     

     Little White House

    The Little White House Child Care is Located at  6605 Ruggles Ferry Pike; Knoxville. Information can be obtained by calling 522-2321.


     First Tee- No longer have afterschool program starting 2018-2019 school year

     


     Crutcher Memorial Youth Enrichment After-School Program

    Crutcher Memorial Youth Enrichment Center is offering an After School Program for students Grades 2-5.  This program includes: Homework assistance, reading/math tutorials, Spanish, etiquette, choral music, piano lessons or practice, computer keyboarding, nutrition/fitness, public speaking, craft activities, and guest presenters. Fees: Registration ($60 one time, per child) and Tuition ($120 per month, per child). Fees include transportation from area schools to CMY and a snack. CMY follows Knox County Schools schedule.

    Crutcher Memorial Youth Enrichment Center is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping children discover and nurture their talents.

    Contact information:  Crutcher Memorial Youth Enrichment Center, 112 Lakeside Street, PO Box 6747 Phone: (865) 637-7766, Fax: (865) 637-9196, Email: cmycenter@comcast.net


    ***Shora Foundation After-School Program

    Shora Foundation will be providing an after school program starting August 9, 2018 until May 22, 2019 from 3:00 pm until 6:30 pm. (Following Knox County Schools Schedule)

    Shora Foundation After-School Program located at 2744 Selma Ave; Knoxville. Contact information: www.shorafoundation.org; shorafoundation@gmail.com or call (865) 208-5254.


    The Knox County Board of Education and the Knox County Schools do not sponsor or endorse this advertisement or solicitation.