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NEW Registration for ALL BASE Programs!

ALL NEW REGISTRATION FOR ALL BASE PROGRAMS!!!

It will be easy for parents to edit information year to year or even mid-year!

Douglas County School District Before and After School Enterprise (B.A.S.E.) Programs are excited to announce that online registration, scheduling, and payment by credit card or bank account has arrived to the Before and After School, Kindergarten Enrichment, School Break, and Pre-K Programs!  The name of the system is SchoolCare Works, and it is currently implemented at Cherry Creek Schools Extended Child Care Services. 
Parents can enroll, schedule attendance, and view/pay billing statements online using this secure payment process.  The system is a secure site that is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from anywhere with an internet connection, including a computer, tablet, I-Pad, and/or smart phone.  Parents are able to sign children in and out at the program on mobile technology devices like I-Pads and Chrome Books.
BASE Directors and staff are also be able to organize and manage programs through the secure online portal, including tracking attendance, accessing enrollment and emergency information, and running hundreds of useful reports.

This system eliminatse the need for paper calendars, payment by check, manual calculations. Parents are able to access documents, receipts, year-end tax statements, sign in and out, and attendance records anytime by logging into their secured BASE parent portal.

All Programs are currently using this NEW system!

Contact Your BASE Program for more information.

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April 27, 2015 | By sadowling | Category: BASE

District News

STEM School Highlands Ranch is one of just 30 schools in the world and one of two schools in the Denver Metro region named a 2017 World-Leading Learners School, and has been invited to join the Global Learning Network (GLN), a community of educators from exemplary schools that develop, practice and share innovative approaches to education that ensure their students are prepared for career and lifelong success.

DCSD Faculty Art Show goes through Nov. 1

It is easy to see the creativity of Douglas County School District students. It is often on display in the art that graces the walls and display cases of our schools. This month, however, is a chance to see the skill and the passion of the art teachers behind it all.

 

Last spring she was one of only eight teachers to be honored with the Freddie G award. The award came with a trip to New York for master classes taught by industry professionals. She also led a trip to Sacramento for the Junior Theater Festival with seven of her students. To top it off she was given a $5000 grant for the school’s theater program. She plans on using the money to build a technical theater learning lab with the help of her students.