Child Care Information
If your family is affected by the strike, you can get childcare at the Boys and Girls Club from 7:45am till 5pm. If you require after school childcare, they can accommodate kids until 6:30pm, if prearranged. Fees are $10/day, $35/month. Assistance scholarships are available to families with a household income of $75,000 /year or less. But the bottom line is that no child will be turned away unless they are at capacity; SPEA will pick up fees for any family in extreme need. Please go to the Boys and Girls Club website http://bgchr.co/to find registration paperwork and scholarship information.
If you need access to the Food Bank, it is located at the Fairplay Fire Station, off Highway 285: 21455 US Hwy 285, Fairplay, CO 80440. It will be open from 8am – 5pm.
Donating to the SPEA Strike Fund
Are you Interested in donating to the SPEA strike fund?
Please contribute to the strike fund:
You can contribute here, through PayPal or by credit card at: PayPal.Me/StandwithSouthParkEd
By check: Make checks out to Colorado Education Association and put SPEA Strike in the memo. Send checks to:
SPEA Strike Fund
c/o Colorado Education Association
1500 Grant Street
Denver, CO 80203
Thank you so much for your support and South Park teachers will continue to stand for their students and we will continue to stand with them.
Note: All funds collected will be used to support striking South Park educators to make up for lost pay and to support them in buying groceries, paying bills, etc. Any funds collected more than 30 days after teachers return to work will be returned. Any funds not distributed within 30 days after teachers return to work will be divided up equally and returned to donors.
Applying to access funds from the SPEA Strike Fund
If you are an educator out on strike you can access the application for Strike funding HERE.