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This program will operate on School District 86 days o . The school district calendar will be followed. This program will not run on major holidays. Deadline is 6 pm, one weekday before.
Kids at Hart
Nothing to do before and/or after school? We  ght boredom! Come out for sports, games, crafts and socialization. Homework help is also provided. This program is excellent for children with working parents. The Kids at Hart program follows the Joliet District
86 public school calendar. We o er a ordable equal monthly payments for the days school is in session. Days o  school programs are available for an extra fee.
The Joliet Park District’s refund policy will be strictly enforced and there will not be any proration of fees for days not in attendance. Transportation will follow Joliet District 86’s policy and if you have any questions please contact the Hartman Center. Monthly payments will automatically be placed on an EFT payment plan for the 8th of every month.
Before School 2018 – 19 EFT:
Program #18-3-HARTEFTBefore
$700R/$800N ($80 per month)
M – F | Aug 2018 – May 2019 | 6:15am – 8:30am
After School 2018 – 19 EFT:
Program #18-3-HARTEFTAfter $990R/$1090N ($110 per month)
M – F | Aug 2018 – May 2019 | 2pm – 6pm
This program is held at Hartman Recreation Center in the Activity Room and is for children ages K-6.
Program Age
Half Day 6-12 Full Day 6-12
$17R/$22N $27R/$32N
11a-6p 7:30a-6p
Hartman Recreation Center
Calling all Puterbug Detectives! We need your help in solving Discovery Kids Puterbug missions. Knowing how to use computers as tools (not just toys) is a key component of young learners’ academic careers. This program teaches young children how to apply today’s technology along with developing skills in keyboarding, creative problem solving, school readiness, common core curriculum, STEM initiatives and Internet safety. “Missions” do not repeat – original soft- ware lessons from Discovery every week, all year. Each child will have a computer to use – no sharing. NEW THIS SEASON! As the children progress through the program, they will be introduced to the logic of coding and programming ROBOTS. Fun learning for all! Instructed by: Smart Starters
Facility Program
Kathy Green Multi-Purpose Center (Room 2)
18-2-3702A 7-12 18-3-3702B 7-12 18-4-3702C 7-12
$70R/$80N Sat $70R/$80N Sat $70R/$80N Sat
Jun 9-Jul 14
Sep 8-Oct 13
Oct 20-Nov 24 9a-10a
Age Fee Day Date
9a-10a 9a-10a
Knowing how to use computers as tools (not just toys) is a key component of core curriculum. Young learners need to know keyboarding, functionality and the logic of coding to be ready to embrace their upcoming academic adventures. The expert sta  of Smart Starters, Inc. delivers instruction on the tools students need in a dynamic, fun and challenging environment. This newly revised curriculum includes keyboarding/function keys, coding, programming and safe internet habits.
Everyone works at their own skill level and returning students will continue their progression through the program. 1:1 ratio on all equipment, including the robots. Not to be missed! Instructed By: Smart Starters
Homeschool Fridays
Attention homeschoolers! Join us for exciting science and nature programs planned just for home-schooled students: a perfect addition to your ecology, biology, and geology curriculum. Home School Fridays o ers a great opportunity for hands-on learning. There is plenty of outdoor exploration so children should come dressed
for the weather. Each class is from 2pm – 3pm, $10R/$12N
for children ages 6 – 12.
Choose from four sessions:
Friday, August 17 | 18-3-8209A Friday, September 21 | 18-3-8209B Friday, October 19 | 18-4-8209C Friday, November 16 | 18-4-8209D
Program Age
18-2-3704A 7-12 18-3-3704B 7-12 18-4-3704C 7-12
Fee Day
$70R/$80N Sat $70R/$80N Sat $70R/$80N Sat
Jun 9-Jul 14 Sep 8-Oct 13 Oct 20-Nov 24
11:30a-12:30p 11:30a-12:30p 11:30a-12:30p
Kathy Green Multi-Purpose Center (Room 2)
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