Springboard at Payne Elementary for Fall 2018 Registration is Open!

Springboard’s extended day program offers: Research-Based Programming: Activities are based on academic research regarding student learning – academic skills, social-emotional development, physical well-being and healthy choices. Captivating Student Activities: Our programs deliver exciting, motivating and fun activities for students that extend their learning into the out-of-school-time environment. High Quality Staff: Our programs are staffed with experienced teachers who are deeply committed to improving educational outcomes for children.
Close School Partnerships: Our programs are deeply embedded within our partner schools’ community and are aligned to the needs and culture of each school.
Parent Engagement: We regularly connect with parents through multiple modes of communication. Safe Environment: We ensure a safe and nurturing environment within our programs.

Program Rates
Full Time: $14.00/day (PM)
Regular Part Time: $15.00/day (PM)
Daily Flex: $16.00/day (PM)
Drop-In services will be available at separate rates.
Registration Fee: $54.99 per family per school year

Program Information

Area Director: Sharon Davis, shdavis@springboardkids.com

Program Hours: 3:30-6:00PM

Program Grades: PreK-3 to 5th

Visit Our Website: springboardkids.com

Auction is NOW Open for Online Bidding

Payne‘s 2018 Silent Auction & Raffle
Thursday, April 26, 2018
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join us for a great evening at Payne‘s Annual Spring Silent Auction

April 26, 2018 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm 
The evening will include FREE BBQ Dinner and Free Childcare.  
The School Administration will also be accepting enrollment paperwork at the Auction.  
 
Pre-bidding is now LIVE at: 
 
Pre-bidding is open from April 6th until April 20th
 
For more information about the event, items and sponsors go here: https://paynedc.org/auction/

Payne Receives Keller Award from Capitol Hill Community Foundation

On April 26, Principal Stephanie Byrd will accept The Arnold F. Keller, Jr. Award from the Capitol Hill Community Foundation for Payne Elementary School.

The funds will be used to train Payne’s teachers in the Responsive Classroom method, a social and emotional learning program that independent research links with higher academic achievement in math and reading. The training will take place on campus during the Summer of 2018.

While the Capitol Hill Community Foundation Awards Dinner is the same night as the Payne Auction, we encourage parents to attend, if possible.  We are so grateful for the continuing support from the Capitol Hill Community Foundation.  If you are interested in attending the dinner please purchase tickets here.

To learn more about the grant and the award find more information here:

http://hillrag.com/2018/02/07/payne-elementary-school-wins-landmark-keller-grant/