Project Extend Summer Program
An early morning and afternoon program available to extend the participant’s morning recreation program. Available program hours are 7:00 - 9:00 a.m. and Noon - 6:00 p.m. There is no bus transportation available with this extended day program. Priority registration will be offered to those who have demonstrated a need for child care throughout the 2016/2017 academic year as evidenced by participation in Project Extend.
Program Dates: Program dates and locations correspond to Morning Recreation sessions .
Fee: $165.00/session resident; $190.00/session non-resident
(payable to Township of Ocean)
Information on payment plan will be provided on Registration Form
Note: Participants must enroll in and pay the appropriate fees for the corresponding session(s) of Morning Recreation.
Registration: Registration will be available on-line at as of Feb. 14, 2018 for residents and March 14, 2018 for non-residents.
To facilitate your registration Click Here and create your account. Feel free to contact the Department of Human Services with questions.
Click here for Summer Morning Recreation Information.
The Varsity Club
The Recreation Office and Project Extend recognize the changing needs of our young teen residents and will continue to provide age specific activities and opportunities for this group. A Blue Claws game, Freedom Fest Fair and Laser Tag area few examples of programs which were offered in 2016 to 6th, 7th & 8th grade participants. Along with these special activities we will offer the young teens an opportunity to learn leadership skills through supervised service with the Morning Recreation and Project Extend Programs. Seventh and eighth grade registrants will also be involved in the Girls’ Circle/The Council, a supervised program designed to build self confidence, communication skills and positive connections with other girls/boys. If you have any questions regarding the Varsity Club please call the Recreation Office at (732)531-2600.
Program Rules and Guidelines
Summer Morning Recreation and Summer Project Extend Job Opportunities