You do not have to be a Langford Farms Club member to benefit from our activity-based Afterschool Program for elementary-age children. We combine a variety of organized recreational activities along with quiet time for homework, and healthy snacks.
With 8,000 sq. ft. of indoor space we have a large multi-purpose area, indoor gym, rec room, classrooms, crafting room, and electronic game room. Outdoor areas consist of 2 playgrounds, and several open fields for sports and group games, all under the watchful eye of our experienced staff.
A Typical Afternoon:
Transport from School
Healthy Snack Time
Optional Homework and Study Period
Small age-appropriate groups
Structured schedule with diverse daily activities
Sports leagues, crafting, gym games, rec room games, clubs, celebrations, and more
Pickup and Secure Checkout
Enrollment for school year 2021/22 will open on April 1 for current families and rising siblings, and April 15 for new families we welcome to the program. Enrollment is on-going throughout the year as long as space is available. For enrollment in the current school year please contact the club.
Mt Juliet Elementary
WA Wright Elementary
West Wilson Elemetary (now offering)
Andrew Jackson Elementary
One Time New Family Registration Fee: $50
3 days MWF: $75 (space permitting)
2 days T/Th: $55 (space permitting)
20% sibling discount
Tuition is based on enrollment not attendance.
After School Hours: Child Pickup by 6 PM
Schedule: We follow the Wilson County calendar for school breaks and holidays.
Billing: Every Monday through auto-payment
Full Day Camps: Available for fall, winter and spring breaks, scheduled days off, and weather closures when possible
School Break Camps: $160/week, $40/day, 7:00am - 6:00pm
Separate registration required
We enforce frequent hand washing, sanitizing, and covering coughs and sneezes among children and staff.
Children will wash or sanitize before and after snacks,when entering and exiting a room, when coming from and going to outdoor areas. All staff wear masks in indoor areas. Tables and chairs are spaced 6’ where possible and social distancing is enforced when indoors. Depending on the level of infection in the community masks may be required indoors for children. Additionally, we clean, sanitize and disinfect frequently touched surfaces as identified by the CDC throughout the day. As weather permits, we spend as much time outdoors as possible. Masks are required on the bus during transportation to the club