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The lottery proceeds as follows. The names of all age-eligible children from Category “A” are placed in a hat and withdrawn one at a time. As each name is drawn, it is recorded on a list in the order withdrawn. The lottery process is repeated for age-eligible children from Category “B”, with the names being added below those children from Category “A”. The process is repeated for children from category “C”, and then finally by children from category “D”. Vacancies for the new school year are offered based on the lottery’s rank ordering. Once the new school year begins, however, any new vacancies that become available are filled based on the priority category and registration date criteria described above.
The CCC offers a Summer Camp program based on two-week sessions, and depending on the calendar year, a possible one-week session. The Summer Camp offers a variety of activities developed around weekly themes to include arts and crafts, games, photo journals, indoor/outdoor play, to an array of field trips or bi-weekly visits to our local financial institution to discuss the principles of a savings account. Registration and participation in the Summer Camp session(s) is on a first applied, first served basis. Specific information regarding Summer Camp program registration is published in December of each year. Parents of children not currently enrolled, but have interest in the Summer Camp program, should contact the Center to be put on a list for the camp information/brochure. Tuition is based on each session. A separate “activity fee” for each session is required at the time of registration to pay for special program materials and entrance fees for trips.
The CCC offers Before/After school care for children currently enrolled in our Kindergarten program, as well as students enrolled at Diamond Elementary School. Montgomery County Public Schools provide pick-up/drop-off bus service to and from the NIST CCC. Alternatively, families could make arrangements to drop-off children after school, until the CCC closes. Registration and participation for this program follows Center wait list procedures. Contact the CCC Director for participation in this program.