Education changes a child's life. Our extended care programs give children opportunity, imagination & a dream!

Our Story

History

Hot Spots Extended Care Program Inc. originated within the structure of Celebree Learning Centers, a for-profit early child care provider, as an external provider to students attending schools in the local community. As a sister organization of Celebree, HSECP was formed to support the voices of parents requesting in-school educational enrichment that eliminated transportation.

Team

Hot Spots Extended Care Program gives children opportunity, imagination and a dream. The Executive Team behind HSECP has extensive experience in childhood development and a constant drive to make a difference in children's emotional and intellectual growth. Learn more about the Executive Team here.

Our Goals

Our vision is to promote academic achievement by extending learning outside of the classroom and strengthening the school-community relationships through collaboration and partnerships with educational leaders and community stakeholders.

Our Partners

Hot Spots Extended Care Program partners with and serves institutions including but by no means limited to, schools, libraries and districts. Discover them here.

How We Help

Curriculum

At HSECP, students learn lessons that can be applied to school and to life. Learn more about the ideology behind the student curriculum here.

Student's Experience

Student confidence, creativity and collaboration are heightened through the Hot Spots Extended Care Program curriculum experience.

School Community Engagement

HSECP collaboration forms two-way relationships that are rooted in goal alignment, communication and constructive group reflection.

Careers

Interested in a career with Hot Spots Extended Care Program? We have a variety of paths to offer. Click below to see which path suits you best!

Blog

Timonium Elementary School Environment Day

February 22, 2017

On Friday, January 27, students, teachers, administrators and families participated in Environment Day at Timonium Elementary School (TES). The event was planned and coordinated by Hot Spots Extended Care Program Educators in conjunction with the teachers at TES, and aligned with the Green School theme that TES has stressed throughout the 2016-2017 school year. Environment…

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21st Century Enrichment Grant

Hot Spots Extended Care Program has partnered with The Education Foundation of Baltimore County Public Schools to launch for the first time during this school year 21st Century Enrichment Grants to BCPS elementary schools to fund innovative projects not funded in the school budget.

Join Us

As a not-for-profit, we are interested in developing relationships with organizations who understand the value of our vision and the importance of developing our youth.