After School



Camp Fire After School programs operate on all regular school days.

Monday: 2:40 - 5:30pm

Tuesday: 2:40 - 5:30pm

Wednesday: 1:40 - 5:30pm

Thursday: 2:40 - 5:30pm

Friday: 2:40 - 5:30pm

Note: Camp Fire does not operate on half-days and no-school days.


Grades K - 5th

  • Berney 

  • Edison 

  • Green Park 

  • Prospect Point 

  • Sharpstein 

Pre-K & Transitional Kinder

  • Center for Children & Families (Ages 4 & 5 only)


Annual Tuition: $2,352

Prorated November 1st: $1,848

(Per day average cost = $14)

Join us every progam day!  Annual tuition is prorated for students who register later in the school year.

Any canceled days due to weather will be added to the end of the school year. 

For Annual Enrollment, 

CLICK HERE to apply.


Daily Fee: $18

Click on the week below to select the specific days your child will attend that week.

Week 1: Nov 28 - Dec 2

Registration closed

Week 2: December 5 - 8

Registration closed

Week 3: December 12 - 16

Register by Thurs 12/8

Week 4: December  19 - 20

Register by Thurs 12/15

January As-Needed dates will be posted Dec. 23.



  1. Create a Playground account for your family. Select an enrollment option (either Annual or As-Needed) and your child's school. Submit enrollment request.

  2. Camp Fire staff review and approve enrollment requests within 2 business days. Check your email for notifications about Playground's convenient phone app, as well as requests to upload forms: registration (required), certificate of immunization (required), financial aid application (optional), and photo opt-out form (optional).

  3. Camp Fire staff review uploaded forms, process a payment for $25 deposit, and schedule payment. For Annual Enrollment, the first automatic payment is processed on the 1st day of the month your child attends. For As-Needed Enrollment, payment is processed upon registration.


Camp Fire staff members are carefully selected, background-checked, and trained. Our staff meet licensing standards set by the Washington State Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) and hold First Aid, CPR, and Food Handler certifications. Initial training and ongoing staff development focus on helping staff provide high-quality, developmentally-appropriate learning opportunities, guidance, and fun for our campers/students. 


School Dismissal: Students go to Cafeteria to sign-in

2:45 - 3:10 p.m. Self-Directed Table Activities (games, coloring, building blocks)

3:10-3:20 p.m.  Group Circle time

3:20-3:50 p.m. Playground or Gym Activities

3:50-4:10 p.m. Hand-washing & Snack Time

4:10-4:30 p.m. Homework & Reading Time

4:30-5:00 p.m. Guided Activity (Craft, Science Experiment, etc.)

5:00-5:30* p.m. Free Time & Clean-Up Time

*Note: Late pick-up fee = $1 per minute per child picked up after 5:30pm.


A healthy snack is provided daily. With written notice from parents, Camp Fire will make a reasonable effort

to accommodate students' food allergies or other dietary requirements.


The afternoon schedule typically provides about 20 minutes of focused and quiet time for students

to work on homework or read. Staff will monitor and encourage students and help answer homework-related

questions. However, children are responsible for their own assignments. Children who do not have homework

are expected to read or participate in quiet activities during this time.



If school is cancelled or students are sent home early due to poor weather conditions, Camp Fire's After School

programs shall also be canceled.  If there is a two-hour morning delay, programs will run as scheduled.


Camp Fire After-School programs are licensed and accept state subsidy payments. For more information,

click HERE to visit the Washington State Department of Children, Youth, & Families Subsidy Information page.

Thanks to grant funds and generous support from our donors, Camp Fire is able to offer scholarships

to families who need financial assistance. Email for a scholarship application.



414 S Park St

Walla Walla, WA 99362


(509) 525-3180