Open Enrollment for the SACC Program's 2020-21 school year begins on May 4, 2020
The Hardin County Schools School Age Child Care Program (SACC) is a support for parents who are working or preparing for employment. It allows K-5th grade students to stay at their elementary school for an extended time after school (until no later than 5:30 pm each day that school is in session).
SACC is a safe and familiar place for children to develop skills, discover hobbies and form friendships. The program provides a variety of age-appropriate activities for school-age children. The SACC program provides choice by the children within the framework of planned activities for different age groups. Our goal is that children can have fun and learn at the same time, in a safe and familiar setting.
CLICK HERE for the SACC Parent Handbook
How do I register my child(ren) for the SACC Program?
- Please contact SACC at the HCS Central Office for a registration packet. The number is (270) 769-8800.
- Read the parent handbook
- Complete the registration form
Drop off completed registration form and $25.00 registration fee to:
Hardin County Board of Education, SACC Program
65 W.A. Jenkins Road
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
**Please confirm with the coordinator that space is available.**
Is there is a fee for the program? Yes.
- $177/month that school is in session.
- Tuition is due on the 1st of each month. 3C’s is accepted. Full-time only, no part-time rates.
- CLICK HERE to pay online.
Children must be picked up no later than 5:30 pm each day that school is in session. The SACC Program serves elementary students (Kindergarten through fifth grade) who attend a participating school. The SACC Program has grown to 12 sites:
- Cecilia Valley
- GC Burkhead
- Lincoln Trail
- Meadow View
- New Highland
- Vine Grove
- North Park (Kindergarten students will be bused to home school)
The SACC Program sites are licensed by the Kentucky Cabinet for Heath and Family Services and meet or exceed all required minimum standards as set forth by the state. For more information, contact Program Coordinator Amy Wood at (270) 769-7926.