Children age 5 years - 12 years of age are eligible to participate in the afterschool program. This program is located at several Community Centers and Charleston County Schools in the City of North Charleston. Parents are encouraged to register children early because of limited enrollment at each site. For more information contact Kathy Kackley at (843) 740-5805 or Robert Fludd at (843) 745-1036.
Activity and Play Days
Activity and Play Days are held on most Charleston County School holidays between the hours of 7:30 am - 5:00 pm. Children ages 5 - 12 years are provided a fun safe environment while parents are working. Participants must bring a bag lunch, drink and a snack. For more information on the camp in your area contact Dominique Manigault at (843) 740-5807.
Dates: June 9- August 15 (depending on the ending/starting dates of the school calendar)
Registration Begins: February 10
The NCRD's Summer Camps are a great opportunity for your children. Children are well supervised and enjoy numerous opportunities throughout the summer. All campers will receive a nutritious lunch each day. Each participant will receive a camp T-shirt that must be worn on all field trips. Registration for City of North Charleston Summer Camp begins the second Monday in February. SPACES ARE LIMITED and fill quickly! Children age 5 years - 12 years old are eligible to enroll. For more information contact Kathy Kackley at (843) 740-5805 , Dominique Manigault at (843) 740-5807 or Robert Fludd at (843) 745-1036.
Afterschool STEP Team Program
THE NCRD offers an Afterschool STEP Team program. The STEP teams design their own step team routines however all music must be approved by the Program Division. Teams are judged on their sound, appearance, coordination, sportsmanship, rhythm and originality. Teams are eligible to compete in three major competitions held in January, February and April. For more information on team enrollment, practices, and program participation, call Dominique Manigault at (843) 740-1057.
The NCRD offers an afterschool Double Dutch program. Teams are educated and trained on a orofessional level and they effectively design their own ending cheer for their free style routines and performances. Selected teams are able to compete in the American Double Dutch League (ADDL) competitions. For more information, in regards to team enrollment, practices, and program participation please contact your local community center.