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2019-20 School Year Programs

Online registration for the 2019-2020 school year is open. Spaces are limited and are filled on a first come, first served basis. Note: Applications received after the registration deadlines below may not be able to start until 2nd week of school  due to the longer processing time needed during peak period.

Wayside: Register by July 14th; First day of school, July 31st
Austin Achieve Elementary & Magnolia: Register by July 21st; First day of school, August 5th
IDEA Kyle & KIPP Austin Schools: Register by July 28th; First day of school August 5th
HCISD: Register by August 5th, First day of school, August 15th
AISD: Register by August 5th, First day of school August 20th
DVISD: Register by Aug. 5th, First day of school August 26th

About EAC


Extend-A-Care for Kids (EAC) supports families, schools, employers, and communities by providing enriching, affordable, licensed child care for children.


We are here for the community to provide a safe, enriching program for children and peace of mind for parents at work or in training. We give hope for the future of our nation and leave a legacy for tomorrow.


Extend-A-Care for Kids was founded in 1969 by Margaret Gregg and Marian Robertson, two volunteers elected by their church to provide support to disadvantaged citizens. Startup funding for EAC was provided by the Urban Council. Volunteers joined forces as board members, fundraisers, and unpaid staff to assist in Extend-A-Care’s development.  Demand for geographic expansion became so great during the late 80s to early 90s that EAC spread to more sites in two years than it had in the previous ten.

Extend-A-Care’s primary objectives are to enhance the cognitive, social, and physical development of our children, to assist working families in becoming self-supporting, and to reduce the number of Central Texas children who fall victim to or commit crimes due to inadequate adult supervision.  This year, over 3,500 children will participate in our school-year program and 900 in our summer program, forging positive and meaningful relationships with peers and adult role models as they engage in activities that boost self-esteem, promote physical fitness, and support academic development.