2 Day Workshop
Super Sitters: This program is designed to train young people in basic babysitting and home-alone skills. Students completing this course will be better prepared to provide a safer and more positive infant/child care experience. Taught by a hospital-qualified instructor, this course includes parent expectations, basic first aid, home and fire safety, Heimlich maneuver, telephone tips, toys and activities and infant care. Participants receive a Babysitting 101 handbook and a certification card upon completion of the class.
Bring a drink and an afternoon snack.
Class Schedule:May 6th and May 13th (2 Day Workshop)
Wednesdays 1.35pm - 4.05 pm
Location: Class Room B101
Minimum Students: 12
Maximum Students: 22
Tuition Per Student:$47
Parents - please note that you need to fill out an emergency form available at PTSA website under programs for each child you register. Submit the completed form to program instructor or parent volunteer on the first day of class.
PTSA Sponsored Program – Mandatory Requirements
In order for your student to participate in a PTSA after-school program, you, as the parent or guardian, are required to volunteer as a class chaperons at least once during the course of each program your student is in. Please read the Program Policies found on the Rosa Parks PTSA website. By registering for a program, you agree to comply with these policies.
Click here to signup:
Parent Chaperon Requirements
After-school programs are allowed at Rosa Parks due to PTSA sponsorship. Our PTSA insurance policy states that in order to run our programs the following requirements must be met. It is the PTSA’s responsibility to ensure that each of our members adhere to these policies in order to protect our PTSA and our after-school programs.
- At least one adult approved by the school district to volunteer must be present to witness any potential accidents that may occur. If you are not currently a PTSA member, we invite you to join as you are required to be a PTSA member to participate.
- It is your responsibility to find a district approved chaperon to cover for you if you cannot make your scheduled day. If the chaperon is not present, the class will have to be cancelled.
- Each volunteer must be cleared by the Lake Washington school district in order to volunteer in any after-school program. You can pick up a volunteer application from the front office or go online to www.lwsd.org. It generally takes two weeks for approval. Please make sure you give yourself time to be cleared before you are scheduled to volunteer.
- Each parent is accountable for their scheduled day/days to chaperon. There will be a sign-in sheet at each after-school program for the PTSA chaperon to sign.
All chaperons must be approved volunteers by the LWSD as well as members of the Rosa Parks PTSA. Please read our Program Policies for complete details.
Your responsibilities as a Chaperon include:
Witness any accidents should they occur
If a student does not show up and notification was not given, you will need to go to the office and use the emergency form to contact parents/guardians
If the instructor does not show up you will need to go to the office and use the emergency forms to contact all parents/guardians to have the children picked up
Every instructor will have a copy of the emergency forms. In the case that an instructor does not show up, extra copies of the emergency forms are available in the labeled program folders located in the PTSA Programs mailbox in the front office workroom.