Summer is a lot of Fun at Ready-Set-Grow

The school-age program is for any elementary aged child that will complete kindergarten through 6th grade. A summer program fee of $125.00 per child and the summer packet of paperwork are due in full by May 31. In addition to the scheduled field trips, we will have guest visitors, along with impromptu fun at local parks and splash pads. Crafts, science experiments, and an occasional cooking class keep the children busy while here at the center. We also include several surprises throughout the summer to keep the children on their toes.

Preschool Age Groups have summer fun as well. These groups stay closer to the center with walking field trips, water days in the yard, and will join the school aged group for the guest visitors. Their summer fee is $25 to help cover presentations and supplies.

Regular tuition rates still apply. To sign your child up, please call us at 801.294.0602


These supplies will be kept at the center all summer! Please have them at Ready-Set-Grow by the first week of summer.

Swimming Suit – labeled with the child’s name.
Towel – labeled with the child’s name.

Children of diapering age MUST have a supply of swim diapers left at the center. (Parents will be called to bring them if they are not provided.)

**NO FLIP-FLOPS allowed in the center or on field trips. All children should wear socks and shoes for their own safety. Tennis-shoe type shoes with socks ensure that the children will be comfortable, and prevent foot injuries while running and playing. School-aged children who arrive in flip-flops will remain at the center with the preschool classes during field trips.

Girls in dresses should wear shorts under the skirts.

NOTE: We follow state guidelines for playing outside year-round. We monitor weather conditions and air quality. The teachers watch the children for any signs that they are adversely affected by the weather, whether it is too hot or too cold! During the summer, the children take water bottles with them and the teachers watch carefully for signs of heat exhaustion. They limit the outdoor play times which are followed by indoor 'cool down' activities.

School Agers Summer Schedule