Y CLASS is a state-licensed program with experienced child care staff to support students through the virtual school day. In addition to virtual learning support, students will participate in physical fitness, healthy activities, and time outdoors.
The YMCA’s mission is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. Our programs are open to all children regardless of their race, creed, religion, sex or national origin.
Our Y CLASS program has the following goals in mind:
- Support student academic, physical, and mental health
- Help students stay on task and avoid education back slides
- Offer social interaction in a safe, controlled environment
- Learn an appreciation of others through the YMCA’s core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility
Tri County YMCA
DAYS & TIMES
Care is available Monday-Friday from 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM.
- Daily fee: $50
- Weekly fee: $200
Final payment and registration due by 12 PM on the Monday prior to the start of the Y CLASS week.
Individuals and families may apply for financial assistance for School Age programs. Assistance is based upon a number of factors, including total household income and number of dependents. Applications are kept confidential.
WISCONSIN SHARES CHILD CARE ASSISTANCE
Families registering for Y CLASS are able to apply for Wisconsin Shares Child Care Assistance though the Department of Children and Families. Contact your Wisconsin Shares office for approval as you must have authorization before we can register your child for Y CLASS Programs.
Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties: 1-888-947-6583
YMCA of Greater Waukesha County Provider Number: 400055891
Staff will follow a strict cleaning protocol that ensures our facility and equipment remains clean and safe for our members. Help get kids on board by practicing hand washing and other safety measures at home.
To help prevent the spread of illness, we will:
- Require staff and students to wear face coverings.
- Create smaller group sizes and encourage physical distancing within groups.
- Arrange furnishings to allow for at least 6 feet of distance whenever possible.
- Practice frequent handwashing and avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth with our hands.
- Discourage children from bringing extra toys or materials from home.
- Disinfect doors/cabinets, hard surfaces (including eating surfaces), bathroom/changing areas, and playground equipment on a daily basis.
- Clean high traffic areas and high-touched surfaces on a regular and more frequent basis.