Before & After School Program

Before & After School Program

AGES 5 - 12

Do you need to be at work longer than your child is in school? Are snow delays, holidays, and vacations even harder to handle? Not to worry!

The Kidz Town Before and After School program is for children ages 5-12 years old. We are open for drop offs as early as 6:30am, and our program is open through 6:30pm every school day. We’re also open when schools are closed for breaks, 2-hour delays, and snow days, and most school holidays.

The Before and After School Program is designed to be a safe, loving environment that will fill your child’s day with fun and excitement. Each child is included in the program planning, and we cater our daily curriculum to their interests. Each day may include outdoor activities, science experiments, free play, organized games, arts and crafts activities, and socialization.

Kidz Town is a full-service day care and preschool, and our professionals have designed the Before and After School program with your young learner in mind.

Located in Wappingers Falls, Kidz Town serves the children of all Wappingers elementary schools, including Brinckerhoff, Evans, Fishkill, Fishkill Plains, Gayhead, Kinry Road, Myers Corners, Oak Grove, Sheafe Road, and Vassar Road.

To reserve your Before and After Program seat, call 845-632-6000 for an application



Register now for “Before and After School Program” School Bus Transportation available to all Elementary schools in the Wappingers School District:

  • Brinckerhoff Elementary School
  • Evans Elementary School
  • Fishkill Elementary School
  • Fishkill Plains Elementary School
  • Gayhead Elementary School
  • Kinry Road Elementary School
  • Myers Corners Elementary School
  • Oak Grove Elementary School
  • Sheafe Road Elementary School
  • Vassar Road Elementary School


  • snack
  • out door activities
  • help with homework
  • crafts of science experiments
  • arts and crafts
  • free play
  • games
  • kindergarden enrichment program is designed to enhance academic and social skills