If you are interested in registering your child for the 2022-2023 Afterschool program, you will need to complete the pre-enrollment form by scanning the QR code or link provided. Please remember, by completing this form it will put your child's name on a pre-enrollment list, with the date and time of submission recorded. Parents will be called in the order of submission of this form.
Once you receive a call, you will have two (2) business days to get the registration packet and return it to the After School office ONLY. Include the $25.00 registration fee per child. Failure to complete this will release the spot to the next person on the pre-enrollment list. Once all spots are filled, students will be placed on a waiting list. Students will be pulled from the waiting list as spots open. It is our policy to continuously hire in order to limit or eliminate the waiting list.
Important Reminder: Kindergarten students MUST be registered at Cypress Trails before they can be enrolled in our afterschool program. The data processer will give you a letter to provide when picking up paper work.
If you have any questions, please Kelly Hinde, After School Site Director, 561-904-9030 or email Kelly Hinde
Cypress Trails Elementary will implement a dress code policy. Students are expected to honor their responsibilities and dress in a way that respects the rights of others. Our aim is to promote pride in citizenship, pride in oneself, and pride in our school. The School Advisory Council has agreed on the following policy:
Any solid color t-shirt or polo shirt - no emblems or logos except for Cypress Trails
“spirit” attire that includes a school t-shirt or club t-shirt.
All shirts should be appropriately sized.
Solid color jumpers with solid colored leggings or solid shorts underneath
Solid color pants, skorts, capris, or shorts
All skorts and shorts must be fingertip length
Denim is permitted each day, but no cut-offs, rips, or tears.
No athletic type shorts
All pants and shorts must be worn at the waist, should be appropriately sized, and should not be made of sheer/see-through material
Solid color jackets and sweatshirts, no emblems or logos that would be distracting
No hoods, hats, or other head coverings** should be worn inside of the building
Dress code must be worn underneath sweaters and jackets
Closed toe rubber sole shoes that fully enclose the foot are required for safety reasons. No boots, flip flops, sandals, Crocs, etc. Socks must be worn.
*According to school board policy 5.182, students are not allowed to wear or possess items that create a classroom distraction or school disorder.
**Schools must establish an exception to the dress code for sincerely held religious beliefs or a documented disability.
***The principal or designee shall have final authority to decide if a student’s attire complies with a dress code, and shall use reasonable discretion in interpreting and implementing the provisions of this policy