WATCH: What to Know for Back-to-School
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) — The kids are struggling to get out of bed and the school buses are rolling out.
That means it’s back-to-school in the Midlands.
Here’s who’s heading back to class:
- Richland County School District One
- Lexington County School District One
- Newberry County Schools
- Kershaw County School District
- Orangeburg School District Three
- Orangeburg School District Four
- Orangeburg School District Five
- Fairfield County School District
- Sumter School District
- Clarendon School District One
- Clarendon School District Two
- Lexington School District Four
- Richland County School District Two
- Lexington-Richland School District Five
- University of South Carolina
The kids will also be busy after the school bell rings.
Registration for the City of Columbia’s After-School Programs is now open.
Kids have a chance to get out all of that after school energy by playing sports, games, creating arts and crafts and even going on field trips.
Programs start Monday, and will run from 2 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, during the school calendar year.
Children must be between ages 6-12 as of July 19 to participate.
The cost for the program is $30 per week, per child. Snacks will be provided. Special activities may include an additional fee.
All payments are to be made at the site of the participant’s program. Each week’s fees are due prior to the participant’s week of care.
- 1914 Wiley St.
Emily Douglas Park (Teen Program Grades 6th -8th)
- 2500 Wheat Street
- 6700 David St.
- 117 Brandon Avenue
- 950 Jackson Ave.
- 800 Abelia Road
- 1500 Fairview Road
- 3500 Duncan Street
- 6500 Olde Knight Parkway