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Yes, the daily drop-in fee is $3 for Canton residents and $4 for non-residents.
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The BLOCK After-school program offers daily enrichment between the hours of 4:00-6:00 p.m. Offerings change each semester and potential offerings may include: cooking class, art, teen TV, music, tutoring, summit sports, newspaper, drama, and Real Talk with a licensed mental health professional.
The BLOCK After-School program is available Monday through Thursday 2:30-7:00 pm and Friday 2:30-6:30 pm on school days only. Alternative hours are available for specific programs and events offered out of the BLOCK Youth and Teen Center.
Every participant must have a completed Emergency Contact Form and Behavior Contract on file to participate. Forms must be updated annually in September.
We can pick him/her up if you also register for the Canton Express. Please keep in mindthe service does not start until 4:30 pm and while we will out best to be there at the requestedtime, there is no guarantee. Current school pickup locations include: Plymouth-Canton Educational Park's high school locations, Canton Charter, Canton Prep, Liberty, Discovery, East, Pioneer, and. South Canton Scholars.
Canton Connects provides free services to residents living in the Lincolnshire Village neighborhood and includes our Canton Youth Connection and Canton Teen Connections Programs. See the BLOCK page for more details or call 734/398-5570 and speak with a BLOCK staff person.