Tiger Club for the 2022-23 school year is now at full capacity. If you would like to get on our waiting list, you can find our application here.
Applications can be dropped off in the school office or mailed to the school address. If you have have questions please email Liz Whiting at email@example.com
Tiger Club for the 2021-22 school year is a full capacity. If you would like to get on our waiting list, you can find our application here.
Tiger Club Summer Camp
All summer camp weeks are now full. If you would Like to get on our waiting list please contact Liz Whiting or Kolton Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
A summer camp at Calvary United Methodist Church (June) & Percy Priest Elementary (July)
Please join us for a summer of exciting activities and adventures. Ages include rising Kindergarten through 4th grade. Campers will have the opportunity to play sports, learn about nature and the arts, have daily water play and so much more! Summer camp weeks will include special guests and commuity partners, weekly yoga classes, nature walks and creek adventures! ** Our program will adhere to all Covid guidelines and protocols. Changes to programming may occur based on transmission rates and guidance from Metro Nashville Public Schools.** Our camp will take place in 2 locations again this summer due to MNPS Promising Scholars. Camp weeks for June will take place at Calvary United Methodist Church and our July camps will be back at Percy Priest Elememtary.
- June 6-10 Ocean Adventures (sea life actvities
- June 27- July 1 Master Builder (building and LEGO fun)
- July 5-8 Game on Pokemon (all kinds of games and Pokemon fun)
- July 11-15 Art Magic (art and creativity)
- July 18-22 Splish Splash (water games and fun)
- July 25-29 It’s a Wild World (nature and animal adventures)
Hours 7am-6pm, Monday- Friday Weekly Rates Only
**ALL FEES DUE WITH REGISTRATION**
$240/week Community Families
Registration after May 1, 2022
$245/week Percy Priest Families
– Registration fee for new families-$35
For more information contact Liz Whiting or Kolton Smith, 615-390-3167, email@example.com
Calvary UMC 3701 Hillsboro Pk,
Percy Priest Elementary 1700 Otter Creek Rd.
Liz Whiting – Director
Liz has been with PPEDP since October 2009. She has an undergraduate degree in Child and Family Studies from the University of Tennessee and a Masters of Arts in Teaching from East Tennessee State University. Before joining the Percy Priest family, Liz worked for Bright Horizons Family Solutions for 18 years. She began her time with Bright Horizons as a classroom teacher with preschoolers and went on to become the Assistant Director of several Bright Horizons Early Childhood Programs. She and her husband Darren live in Bellevue with their 3 children~ Myers, Reed and Sofie.
(615) 390-3167 cell
(615) 298-8416, ext. 1821
PPEDP provides a vital link between school and home where children are cared for, respected and taught to respect others and themselves.
PPEDP is a non-profit organization established by parents to meet the childcare needs of Percy Priest School families. PPEDP has a policy of non-discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnic origin, age or physical capabilities.
At PPEDP we endeavor to duplicate the home routine of your child before or after his/her normal school day. We recognize that children are individuals with differing needs, interests and abilities. We accommodate these differences by offering a variety of activities.
PPEDP provides a balance between adult-directed and child-directed free play. The children have the freedom to choose where to go, but are given guidelines as to when they can move from one place to another. Some children choose to play alone, while others may play with a small group of friends. We support a child’s choice of activity as long as it is compatible with our safety rules and the group setting.
Percy Priest Extended Day Program received a 3 star rating from the Star- Quality Child Care Program. In addition to being licensed, PPEDP participated in a voluntary program that recognizes child care providers who meet a higher standard of quality. Once qualified for this program, providers can receive one, two, or three stars to place on their license. Each star shows that a provider meets increasingly higher standards. In other words, the more stars a program has, the better the quality of care it offers to children. PPEDP went through a program assessment in December that evaluated all aspects of their program.
Tiger Club Hours of Operation
PPEDP begins operation the first day of school and continues its quality childcare through the end of the school year. The program operates from 7:00 am until start of school and from dismissal until 6:00 pm.
Tiger Club Staff
Our staff meets the requirements set forth by the Tennessee Department of Human Services Child Care Division. Prior to employment, all staff members have had three reference checks and have submitted fingerprints for TBI and FBI criminal background checks. Each staff member is CPR and First Aid certified by the American Red Cross. Further, each staff member attends an additional 18 hours of training each year on topics such as communication, developmentally appropriate practice and behavior management.