LINCOLN (CBS13) – Dozens of parents lined up overnight at First Street School in Lincoln to get their child into a free after school care program.

There are only 90 spots available and the first parent in line got here at 4 p.m. Monday. They say they’re frustrated they have to do this.

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School starts on Aug. 17, which doesn’t give parents very much time to find alternative care if they don’t make it into the program.

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Creekside Middle school does their registration on Wednesday and we hear parents are already there in anticipation of tomorrow morning.