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Step Out Web Logo2016 STEP Out Teen Summer Recreation

Grades 6 - 9    •    May 31 - July 21, Mon. – Fri., 8 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.  
Check out a variety of activities, trips, after hours program, weekly fun packages, classes and more! 
 

Summer Program Information Links  

Weekly Schedule 

Fees and registration 

Bus Schedules 

Field Trips 

Meals 

After Hours 

Locations
Peoria High School - 11200 N 83rd Ave
Parkridge Elementary School - 9970 W Beardsley Rd
Sky View Elementary School - 8624 W Sweetwater Ave 

Master Field Trip Schedule 

Participants enjoy a full schedule of on-site activities including games, arts and crafts and many trips. Registration fee does not include trips. Step Out is a drop-in recreation program. Participants are required to time themselves in upon arrival and time themselves out when they depart. Registered participants that arrive via shuttle bus should depart by shuttle at the end of the program day; no participant that rides the shuttle should depart the site walking unless site staff is notified. Once signed out, a participant must immediately leave the school campus, and those signed out are not permitted to return on the same day. Parents may check with site staff regarding special leave/return situations. It’s important that parents give participants a clear message regarding permission to leave the site prior to the end of a day’s program; again, this is a drop-in program.


Teen bullet Weekly Schedule
Download the weekly schedules here. The schedule notes on-site special activities, reminders of things to bring to the program and trips/outings. Please be sure to pick up the schedule at the program site or download it here so you may plan for the next week. For more information, please check with the staff at each site for specific information about program activities. Each site is assigned a Leader III who supervises that program, a Leader II to assist the Leader III,  bus drivers and several Leader I’s.


 Teen bullet Program Fees and Registration Information
$65/Resident; $110/Non-Resident. (Includes T-shirt)
All field trips and some special activities are an additional fee and are optional. Registration  is on-going and continues till the end of the program. On-site registration begins the first day of the program during regular program hours.

Registration Methods 

  • Online registration:  Click here 
  • Mail in: Community Services Department - 9875 N 85th Ave, Peoria, AZ 85345
  • By phone: (623) 773-7137
  • Walk in:  
    • Community Services Department - 9875 N 85th Ave.
      Mon. -Fri. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    • Peoria Community Center - 8335 W. Jefferson
      Mon. -Thurs., 8 a.m. - 8 p.m., and Fri., 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    • Rio Vista Recreation Center - 8866-A W. Thunderbird Rd.
      Mon. -Fri., 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. and Sat., 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Teen bullet Daily Field Trips & Summer Packages 
Offered everyday!   Click here for all the details on our trips. 
Master Field Trip Schedule 


  Teen bullet Meals 
Lunch will be offered for sale at the Step Out sites on Friday throughout the summer. In addition, some field trips will include lunch. Participants not purchasing lunch should bring a lunch from home.  Please note that no refrigerator or microwave is available for perishable foods, so please pack lunches accordingly. If your child is scheduled for a field trip other eating arrangments may have to be made. A free lunch program is offered at Peoria High School by the PUSD.  


 Teen bullet Bus Schedules
Shuttles are available from all PUSD elementary schools within Peoria city limits. Be on time for pick ups and drop offs as shuttles are not able to wait for children to arrive or be picked up. Make arrangements at drop off for someone to be there if your child needs assistance getting home.


Teen bullet After Hours Program 
May 31 - July 21; Mon. – Fri., 2:30 p.m. - 6 p.m. (Closed July 4) 
at the Rio Vista Recreation Center, 8866A W. Thunderbird Rd.
The STEP Out After Hours program is to accommodate those participating in the STEP Out program who want
additional summer time supervision. Participants will be bussed from their STEP Out site to the Rio Vista Recreation
Center where parents will pick-up their teen any time before 6 p.m. The After Hours program will be staffed by
City of Peoria Teen TEAM Staff. Participants will have access to the Climbing Wall, Game Room, Gymnasium, in
addition to arts and crafts and board games.
 

 

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Contact: 

Site Phone Numbers:
Parkridge Elementary   623-764-7172
Peoria High School       623-764-4259
Sky View Elementary    623-764-4259 
       

Main Office
Hours: Monday - Thursday, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Steve Richardson
Recreation Coordinator
623-773-7051
steve.richardson@peoriaaz.gov 

Peoria Teen Program
Community Services Department
9875 N. 85th Ave. Peoria, AZ 85345
FAX: 623-773-7180