Remington Elementary School Kids' Corner
At Remington Elementary School, Kids' Corner is located in the outside module, near preschool. Morning services become available at 6 a.m., and then end with the morning bell. Afternoon services start with the after school bell, and then finish at 6 p.m. When full day programs are offered, services are available 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Welcome to Base49
What is Base49?
Base49 is a Before and After School Program that provides quality care on scheduled days, as well as during early release, assessment, and professional development days for working families. We also offer a summer program at limited locations.
All District49 students from grades Kindergarden through Fifth grade are welcome to attend. The program runs from 6am-6pm. Our Summer and break hours may vary.
Base49 Fall Registration is now open!
Please click here to apply: Base49 Eleyo Registration
How to Get Base49 Services
To complete BASE49 registration:
If you have any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 719.495.1182.
- BASE49 office staff will review regisration received online and follow up with family by email from BASE49@d49.org if additional information may be needed.
- BASE49 must have a complete list of your child's immunizations and may request a copy in addition to dates that maybe provided online at time of registration.
- BASE49 will email a Registration Accepted email to all families once registration has been accepted and approved. The Registration fee will be processed immediately.
- Included in our BASE49 Acceptance email we will attach the necessary forms required by our State Licensing. These forms must be returned on the 1st date of attendance with BASE49 or your child will not be accepted until complete (Health form; Receipt of Parent Handbook form; Rights and Responsibility form; Sunscreen Permission form; and if child has any allergies or asthma identified, additional forms must be completed by both the parent and physician before child will be accepted. All questions can be directed to BASE49 office at 719-495-1182 or email at email@example.com
Before & After School Overview
Studies show that after school programs improve academic achievement, reduce grade retention and increase student attendance and interest in school. Across the country, after school is a key element in strategies to turn around under-performing schools.Some characteristics of successful schools include high academic achievement, clear standards and evaluation processes, community involvement and students who are engaged in learning. After school programs offer a chance to reinforce and supplement the curriculum by offering new and different opportunities for learning that further engage students in school.
Enriching Children's Lives, Helping Working FamiliesThe Promising Afterschool Programs Study found that students reported improved social and behavioral outcomes: elementary students reported reductions in aggressive behavior towards other students and skipping school, compared to their routinely unsupervised peers. (Policy Studies Associates, Inc., 2007)Early childhood education expert James Heckman concludes that a complement of early education and participation in afterschool programs can reduce initiating drug use among youth by nearly 50 percent. (University of Chicago, 2006)An evaluation of New York City’s Out-of-School Time Programs for Youth initiative found that 74 percent of parents of participants agreed that the program made it easier for them to keep their job, and 73 percent agreed that they missed less work than they had previously because their children attended the program. In addition, 71 percent of parents reported that they were able to work more hours because their children were in the program. (Policy Studies Associates, Inc., September 2009)Parents miss an average of five days of work per year due to a lack of after school care. Decreased worker productivity related to parental concerns about after school care costs businesses up to $300 billion per year. (Catalyst & Brandeis University, 2006)