The Y provides a safe and enriching environment for kids in Kindergarten – 8th Grade to explore their areas of interest, receive home-work assistance, stay active and meet new friends during before- and after-school hours, and on most school out days. Y programs also provide full-time programming during the summer months.
For more information, contact:
Shannon Lang, School Age Director
218.359.2323 | firstname.lastname@example.org
To contact staff at specific sites, visit the school age staff directory page for contact information.
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> On-site supervisor is a certified teacher or has degree in related field
> Dedicated, experienced and caring leaders trained to work with school age children
> Nutritious breakfasts, lunches and snacks are provided
> Homework Club, special projects, outside play (weather permitting) and gym/physical activities
> Enrichment Activities in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math
> Swimming, field trips (offered occasionally)
> Free time to socialize and play with friends
> Special programs for older school age children in the summer months
> Combination of supervised group play, one-on-one time with leaders and self-directed activities
> Enrolled child care participants receive member rates on all YMCA programs (like swimming lessons, basketball, and more!
“Y Guy” Curriculum – Come Explore With Us!
The YMCA School Age Learning Sites offer an exciting and fun initiative – The Y Explorer Program! The curriculum builds on traditional School Age activities with special lessons, field trips, guest speakers and more! Every few weeks there will be new themes designed to get students engaged with and exploring different topics, cultures and subjects! Join us this fall and explore the unknown!
When your child enrolls in a YMCA child care program, you will recieve an enrollment packet to fill out. Along with the paperwork, you will need to provide a copy of your child’s immunization record, copy of your child’s birth certificate, and medical insurance information.