Virtual care, after-school programs offered by RCRC

Noble Horvath

RCRC is offering a four-day Virtual Care Program and the RCRC After School All Stars Program.

COLUMBIA, S.C. — The Richland County Recreation Commission is offering care programs for students enrolled in eLearning. 

RCRC is offering a four-day Virtual Care Program and the RCRC After School All Stars Program.  

The virtual care program will operate Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and provide supervision and monitoring for children in grades K-8th.

The RCRC After School All Stars Program will resume from 3 p.m.- 6:30 p.m. 

The registration fee for the program is $10. The fee for the Virtual Program is $50 for the week and the RCRC After School All Star Program is $45 for the week. If parents would like to combine both programs, the fee is $80 for the first child and a $5 discount for each additional child up until the third child. 

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Online payments will only be accepted after initial registration and session payment is completed. All paperwork and verification must be completed as a part of the initial registration.

The following documentation will need to be provided:

    • Proof of age and/or grade (school verification form, school schedule, birth certificate)
    • Completed program registration form and acknowledgement form
    • Two emergency contacts (other than parent/guardian)

The All-Stars Virtual and Afterschool program participants and parents are responsible for adhering to the contents of the 2020-2021 All-Stars Virtual and Afterschool Program Handbook.

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The program will be offered at the following sites.

 According to RCRC, they are closely following the guidance updated daily from the CDC, SC DHEC and Accelerate SC.  They require masks to enter any of their facilities and will do daily temperature checks and a COVID-19 assessment will be completed each for all participants. 

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