The Y is here to meet your school age child care needs! Our program combines academics with play, and offers a caring and safe environment where kids can achieve, feel a sense of belonging, build friendships and explore new interests.
At our Y Learning Center, participants will have scheduled time for distance learning in quiet spaces equipped with Wi-Fi and YMCA staff for academic support. When distanced learning is completed for the day, Y staff will lead the participants in various enrichment activities including STEAM, kids fitness, recreational swim and fine arts.
For additional information please contact the School Age Child Care Coordinator Aishah Brice at firstname.lastname@example.org or (203) 776 9622 . Spaces are limited Register now!
Monday– Friday 7:30am – 4:00pm. Extended Care is available from 4pm-6PM beginning Sept 3 (based on the New Haven Public School calendar)
Remember your computer, nut free lunch, and water bottle
Daily snack will be provided.
Weekly Full day Fees- Members $175/Community $260
Weekly Half day Fees– Members $88/Community $130
PM Care Fees– Members $25/Community $40
We strive to meet the needs of our families while providing quality experiences for the children in our programs. Where and how children spend their time is vital to their growth and success in life. Please review our School Age Child Care Brochure.
FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
We help kids reach their potential and thrive in a safe, trustworthy setting. We offer a curriculum that aligns with the school day and supports growth in literacy, science, math, science, engineering, and technology (STEM) while infusing the arts, physical activity, and fun. We teach kids confidence, encourage self-expression and enrich social development. Providing our youth with the support, encouragement and positive role models that they need, will not only increase their ability to succeed in school but in life. For families, we offer peace of mind knowing that your child is in a safe and educational program building new relationships and achieving more.
FOR HEALTHY LIVING
As a leading nonprofit committed to nurturing the potential of every child and teen, supporting their social-emotional, cognitive and physical development. The Central Connecticut Coast YMCA continues to give youth an enriching and safe experience. Our experienced and caring staff and volunteers model the positive core Y values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility that help build character. Our core values are woven throughout our child care program to create a warm, nurturing, home away from home. Your child’s growth, development, and education are important to us, as we do our best to ensure their future is bright.
FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Everyone belongs at the Y. To ensure that all youth have the chance to participate, the Y offers financial assistance to those in need. Please talk with us to learn more. If you’d like to help send a child to child care, you can donate easily on our web site or at our Y. We also participate in the State of CT Care4Kids program.
2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR REGISTRATION
Please review our 2020 2021 SACC Brochure and Parent Handbook. To register, please fill out our 2020_2021 CCC YMCA School Aged Child Care Registration Packet Part 1 and Individual Care Plan_Medicine Authorization forms. Financial aid may be available, to apply please fill out the CCCY Financial Assistance Application_C4K Forms.
Our child care programs allow parents to answer the inevitable questions: Where can my child be safe and learn what they need to know to be prepared for school, and for life? The New Haven YMCA Youth Center provides a full day NAEYC accredited Preschool program for 3-5 year-olds all year. We are proud to be helping youngsters gain self-confidence and social skills while developing positive attitudes about school and learning!
All the forms and information you’ll need is right here. Click on any item from the listing below to get started!
Care 4 Kids helps low to moderate income families in Connecticut pay for child care costs. This program is sponsored by the State of Connecticut’s Department of Social Services (also called DSS).