• Mon-Fri: 5:30AM to 10:00PM
  • Sat: 8:00AM to 9:00PM
  • Sun: 12:00PM to 6:00PM
  • Phone: 513-779-3917

Lakota YMCA

Before and After School Child Care Program

Before and After School Child Care Program Photo

NEW ! The Online Portal gives you access to your Lakota Family YMCA account information. Once you are registered for online access in the portal, you can register for certain programs and events, pay your balances, email/view/print receipts and payment history.  

Instructions:

Click online portal button located on the right to find out more about your YMCA account

Downloadable Links:

 

The Lakota YMCA Before and After School Program is an active child care program for students at Adena, Cherokee, Creekside, Endeavor, Freedom, Heritage, Hopewell, Independence, Liberty, Shawnee, Union, Van Gorden, Woodland, and Wyandot Elementary. This is for grades K-6. The program takes place in the cafetorium and play areas in and around the school building. Supervised hours are Monday thru Friday 7:00 am until the beginning of school and after school, until 6:00 pm. SPACE IS LIMITED.

Program Goals:

In the context of a home-like environment, the program provides:

  • Safe environment (our staff is trained in First Aid and CPR)
  • Warm and responsible youth leaders
  • Fun, creative group and individual activities
  • Opportunity for quiet time and free play
  • Quiet area for homework will be provided
 

Program Philosophy:

The purpose of our child care program is to meet the developmental needs of school age children and to serve family needs for quality care before and after school hours. Our goal is to compliment the school (not duplicate) and to emulate a warm home setting with intellectual stimulation, supportive of the school age child’s emotional, social, cognitive, and physical developmental needs.

 

Qualified Staff:

All staff has been selected because of their experience and their genuine concern for children. The staff have also under gone YMCA training in emotional and physical child development, safety, and self esteem building procedures. 

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