Have you seen all the plans KSRA has for the Fall? Our brochure is on the website right now! Here is the quick link to go right to the brochure: Program Guide - Kishwaukee Special Recreation Association (kishsra.org). Registration for programs in September is open right now. As part of the transition to our new registration software, programs starting after October 1 will be in the new system only. If you have any issues, please call the office we are here to ensure you get to attend all the programs you want! As a means to keep the transition easy for our families, if you have been involved in any KSRA programs for the past three years, you will already be entered into the new system. All families will be sent information about logging into their new account and what will need to be updated. We understand this can be frustrating for families who prefer to register for the whole season of programs, and we apologize. We ask for your patience as we work to upgrade our software to better serve you.
KSRA would like to introduce you to our newest team member, Austin Stewart. Austin is a student from Aurora University working towards his degree in Therapeutic Recreation. He will be with us until December as he completes his internship. You will see him within many of our programs, below he is cooking with Jake and Kip at our first Cooking with KSRA program this fall! (Note: the picture was snapped without masks as they were getting ready to enjoy their spicy taco dinner with stuffed cookies for dessert).
Though the pandemic continues to impact us and how we live our lives, KSRA will continue to offer program opportunities following all safety guidelines. Currently, all programs held indoors require all participants and staff wear a mask. If there is a medical concern or accommodation required regarding mask wearing, please inform the KSRA full time staff. We wish to ensure everyone’s safety and health. If feeling ill, please do not attend programs. While we know how much you may want to come and be with your friends (and we really want to see you, too!) - missing one week is better than having to close programs due to an exposure. At this time, vaccines are not mandated for staff nor participants. KSRA staff stay updated on the pandemic and have open communication with the DeKalb Department of Public Health, along with our insurance provider, to ensure we do the best thing for our families and staff.
We hope you come and Play, Laugh, Learn and Grow with us this Fall!