Welcome to WrapAround

  •  CCS WrapAround


    Providing quality school-age care to Caldwell County  


     With the number of Covid-19 cases increasing along with the additional risk to specific at-risk populations, the decision was made to reopen our WrapAround programs when CCS resumes instruction for the 2020-2021 school year.

    The reason for this decision is to protect not only the children who are more vulnerable to exposure, but also to protect any at-risk parents, grandparents and other individuals who are their caregivers.
    Additionally, many of our employees either fit into the vulnerable population, or their children have asthma or a member of their households may be at high risk of contracting this disease.
    WrapAround, as part of CCS, is working to coordinate our protocols for re-entry to business for the "new normal" in which we will function in the future.
    Information regarding WrapAround Registration for the 2020-2021 School Year will be coming soon.
    Stay healthy and safe!


    *** On March 9, 2020, during their Board Meeting, the CCS Board of Education voted to adopt these increased WrapAround rates for the upcoming school year.  These rates for WrapAround Services will be effective August 17, 2020.


     Registration FeesRegistration fee is $35 per child for the school year and $35 per child for summer camp.  Each $35 fee is non-refundable

      Mornings: 6 am- School Day Begins
    $24.00/ Week 

    Afternoons: School Dismissal- 6 pm 

    Full Days*
    *families must be contracted with either mornings or afternoons to contract for full days
    *(Care on Full Days offered at certain WrapAround Programs: Baton, Davenport, Gamewell Elem, Granite Falls, Hudson Elem, Hudson Middle & Lower Creek)

    Summer Camp
    $100.00 per week 


    Caldwell County Schools' WrapAround Program seeks to be students' and parents' school-aged care provider of choice.

    To care for Caldwell County Schools' children in nurturing, affordable and convenient environments, within which children thrive through engaging and age-appropriate experiences facilitated by respectful and professional leaders. 


    Play is often talked about as if it were relief from serious learning. But for children, play IS serious learning.  Play is the business of childhood. -Fred Rogers