SACC/Eagle’s Nest is guided by the mission of Dover-Eyota Schools; “The Dover-Eyota School system, in partnership with its community, will foster a safe, caring, and respectful environment to develop well-rounded, high achieving citizens who demonstrate character and integrity in an ever-changing world.”
The Eagle’s Nest (SACC) program strives to provide a safe, welcoming and enriching environment for children to participate in developmentally-appropriate activities and play, with a variety of learning experiences (art, music, STEM, community service, character building, etc.). The program focuses on building self-esteem, confidence and social skills while increasing independence and health and wellness awareness.
The program will focus on the following goals for children:
Develop new friendships and work together in group situations.
Gain respect for themselves, others, and property.
Develop self-confidence and self-help skills.
Provide an environment that is safe, inviting, fun, and full of learning.
School Year 2019-2020:
We currently have a WAITLIST for Morning and Afternoon. Families may only register for waiting list at this time.
Please note that you are not approved for the program until all of the paperwork is submitted AND you receive an approval email; (only once you receive an approval email is your spot confirmed).
- Therefore; even if you have completed the online registration your spot is not guaranteed.
Registration will open late March or Early April for Summer 2020. Watch for updates.
The Eagle’s Nest program offers a variety of activities in both group and individual situations. Some of the activities offered include: arts and crafts, sports, science, creative and dramatic play, books and music, manipulative and construction toys, outdoor play, the computer lab and special events. Weather permitting, children will spend time outdoors each day and/or will be allowed to use the gym for active play. “Free time” will be provided for the children to pursue their own interests in a safe and friendly environment. The program will offer games daily that support math (Uno, Phase 10, Mancala, card games, flash cards, etc.). SACC will also have optional time each day for children to do quiet reading, and/or staff reading to them.
SACC Coordinator: Jenna Skrukrud
Phone: 507-585-8138 (direct line and voice mail)
Or Elementary Office 545-2632 ext. 138
Web Page: http://www.desch.org/page/4272