Kids Zone is an all-day program designed to entertain and enrich youth with a variety of supervised interactive activities when school is not in session due to holidays and school district professional development days. The program follows the Clark County School District's 9-month calendar and is held 7am to 6pm weekdays seasonally at various locations. It is open to youth ages 5-12 (currently enrolled in kindergarten through fifth grade). Daily and weekly activities may include fitness and health, arts and crafts, drama, music, games, field trips, and special events. Early registration is recommend.
This program complements our Safekey program by providing a fun, safe place for kids during CCSD professional development days and winter/spring breaks.
Initial registration deposits are made in person at any recreation center, by mail, or online. Mail-in registration must be postmarked between posted dates. Parents can reserve space for any week in the session with a 10 percent non-refundable deposit per child, per week. See Henderson Happenings for detailed program information and registration timelines.
Once the participant is enrolled with a deposit for a particular week(s), a payment of the remaining balance must be made to complete the registration and maintain the child's spot in the program. This payment can be made at any recreation center or via online registration. Payment, in full, is due on or before facility closure (if paying at a recreation center) or 11:59pm (if paying online) the Wednesday prior to each week the child will be participating.
Non-residents add 15%
School Year Kids Zone Locations
Black Mountain Recreation Center
599 Greenway Rd. 702-267-4070
Silver Springs Recreation Center
1951 Silver Springs Pkwy. 702-267-5720
Whitney Ranch Recreation Center
1575 Galleria Dr. 702-267-5850
School Year Kids Zone Pricing
Teacher in-service/holiday drop-in days
Summer Food Service Program
The Summer Food Service Program is available at Black Mountain, Silver Springs and Whitney Ranch recreation centers. The program, which is federally funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and administered by the Nevada Department of Agriculture, ensures that children do not go hungry during summer break. Free breakfast and lunch is available for registered Kids Zone/Teen Kamp participants only. Breakfast is served weekdays from 8am-9am and lunch is served 10:30am-Noon.