An Early Learning Representative will contact you within 24 hours to assign your care location.



For children attending a Day Early Learning center:
One approved adult will be required to accompany your child into the building each day. Please note that any additional adults and children will be asked to wait outside or in the hallway during drop-off and pick-up for the safety of children and staff.

What Children Should Bring and Wear

Children attending a Day Early Learning Center should bring the following:

  • A Change of clothes
  • Bottles, milk and/or formula
  • Medication (if needed)



Please arrive at the Ruth Lilly Health Education Center 20 minutes early on the first day you will need care.

IU Health’s School’s Out Camp
2055 N Senate Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46202
Monday – Friday, 6 a.m. – 8 p.m.



For children attending IU Health’s School’s Out Camp at the Ruth Lilly Health Education Center:
At the start of a child’s first day, parents accompany the child to check-in and complete a supplemental enrollment forms. You may enter the building at the south entrance using your IU Health team member badge. After the first day, children may be dropped off under the covered porch access located across from the picnic tables.


What Children Should Bring and Wear

Children attending the School’s Out Camp should bring the following:

  • Backpack with change of clothes
  • eLearning homework assignments and related technology devices, headphones and chargers
  • Water bottle labeled with child’s name
  • Medication (if needed)



Fever and Symptom Free Policy

If your child has any of the following symptoms, you will need to wait 24 hours after the symptoms have subsided, without the aid of medication, before returning him or her to the center:

  • A fever above 101 degrees taken orally (102 degrees taken rectally or 100 degrees taken axillary – armpit)
  • Diarrhea, vomiting, or rash of unknown origin
  • Conjunctivitis (pink eye)
  • Positive reaction to tuberculin skin test
  • Ringworm
  • Cold or other illness causing breathing difficulties or other symptoms that prevent the child from participating comfortably in activities


Daily drop-off health screening

Each individual entering the building must pass a three-step screening process for the health and safety of children and staff.



Buildings will close promptly at the published time. Additional fees may be charged for children picked up after close.


Daily Activities

Campers will receive support to complete eLearning activities assigned by their school while also participating in engaging and purposeful activities. Experienced staffers will lead the camp curriculum which includes active play opportunities, arts and crafts, camp games, science, math and literacy activities.



If your child is currently taking or requires medication(s) during camp hours, parents will be asked to complete a medication form onsite. All medication should come labeled in a plastic bag.


Food and Drinks

Breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack and dinner (for those staying after 6:30) will be provided.