SCHOOL AGE CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Serving all West Hartford students from kindergarten to fifth grade.
Program is located at St. Brigid St. Augustine Partnership School on 100 Mayflower Street in West Hartford.
YMCA transportation will be provided from Webster Hill Elementary, Wolcott Elementary, Smith STEM, and Whiting Lane Elementary Schools to the program location beginning October 30th.
The Y's focus is on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. At the YMCA of Greater Hartford, the goal of our child development programs is to nurture young people by providing a safe place to learn foundational skills, develop healthy, trusting relationships and build self-confidence.
Our after-school programs follow the Office of Early Childhood requirements and regulations for child care programs. In addition to meeting expectations, we also collaborate with many local and state organizations to offer the highest quality enrichment experience for your child.
SCHOOL AGE CHILD DEVELOPMENT MONTHLY COSTS
Prices for NON-St. Brigid Students:
PM Care • 5 days • $425
PM Care • 3 days or fewer • $320
PM Care • 2 days or fewer • $235
Prices for St. Brigid Students:
PM Care • 5 days • $350
PM Care • 3 days or fewer • $255
PM Care • 2 days or fewer • $185
PM Care • Wednesday half day (until 3pm) • $15
REGISTRATION AND MEDICAL FORMS
2017-2018 After School Childcare Registration Packet
To register for the 2017-2018 School Year, please visit westhartfordYMCA.org
The YMCA of Greater Hartford is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) charitable organization open to all and committed to helping people develop their fullest potential in spirit, mind and body. The commitment is reinforced by our belief in living out the universal values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. The YMCA of Greater Hartford is here to serve people of all ages, backgrounds, abilities and incomes. The YMCA is community based and believes that its programs and services should be available to everyone.
We strive to serve the entire community by providing financial assistance, which is determined by an individual applicant's needs. The money used to fund this program is made possible by charitable donations made to the YMCA's Annual Campaign by friends and members.
Financial assistance is granted based on the need demonstrated by household income and/or extenuating circumstances. Learn more!
Cheryl Swett • Program Director: 860 462 6209, email@example.com
Pam Eisch • Office Manager: 860 521 5830, firstname.lastname@example.org