The Den is open to all K-5th grade students in District 114 and begins at 6:30 am, ending at 6 pm. The program takes place at Wilson Creek Elementary School, with Anna McDonald students bused between the schools. Fees include snacks and drinks, and flexible installment billing options are available.
Fees for the 2019-2020 school year include a $25 enrollment fee.
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To enroll for The Den, please complete the enrollment forms and return to the Hansen Community Center.
Early Release Days
Open to all students! School is out but The Den is open! Full day programs with before and after care options.More
Full-day holiday camps for K-5th grade students at Central Park and the Hansen Community Center during fall, winter and spring breaks. Before and after care available.More
Taylor Medeiros is the Site Director of The Den Before and After School Program. Taylorbegan working with The Den at the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year, but has more than ten years of experience with child care and before and after care programs. Working in childcare is her passion, and she loves having the opportunity to see each child grow and become amazing people. Taylor enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends, baking delicious desserts and playing with her three cats.
Aveda has worked with the Manhattan Park District for 13 years in the before and after school program, and also works at Nelson Ridge School caring for students at lunch and recess. Aveda is happily married with three children and two wonderful granddaughters.
Sarah is returning to The Den and absolutely enjoys being a part of the fun and working with students each afternoon. Sarah is currently attending community college and will pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Education.
Marilyn is new to the Manhattan Park District. She has worked with children of all ages for 30 years through various coaching and teaching positions. She enjoys working out and is a huge sports fan. She is excited and looking forward to this new chapter in life!
Kristina is new to the Manhattan Park District but is excited to start this new adventure with all of the students. Kristina likes to spend her free time with family and friends traveling. After high school Kristina plans on going to college to pursue her dreams of becoming a speech pathologist.