Before & After School Care | New Berlin School District | Southwest YMCA
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YMCA of Greater Waukesha County

Association Offices

3610 Michelle Witmer Memorial Drive, Suite 100
New Berlin, WI 53151

Tri County YMCA

N84 W17501 Menomonee Avenue
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051

Mukwonago YMCA

245 E. Wolf Run
Mukwonago, WI 53149

Waukesha YMCA

320 E. Broadway
Waukesha, WI 53186

New Berlin YMCA Wellness Center

3610 Michelle Witmer Memorial Drive
New Berlin, WI 53151

West Suburban YMCA

2420 N. 124th Street
Wauwatosa, WI 53226

Southwest YMCA

11311 W. Howard Avenue
Greenfield, WI 53228

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Association Offices

New Berlin YMCA Wellness Center


YGWC ASSOCIATION OFFICES

3610 Michelle Witmer Memorial Drive, Suite 100
New Berlin, WI  53151
262-330-5199

 

HOURS

MON-FRI | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Tri County YMCA

Tri County YMCA


TRI COUNTY YMCA

N84 W17501 Menomonee Avenue
Menomonee Falls, WI  53051

 262-255-9622

 

HOURS

MON-FRI | 5:00 AM - 9:00 PM
SAT | 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM*
SUN | 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM*

*Closes at 4:00 PM Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.

Mukwonago YMCA

Mukwonago YMCA


MUKWONAGO YMCA

245 E. Wolf Run
Mukwonago, WI  53149

262-363-7950

 

HOURS 

MON-FRI | 5:00 AM - 9:00 PM
SAT | 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM*
SUN | 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM*

*Closes at 4:00 PM Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.

Waukesha YMCA

Waukesha YMCA


WAUKESHA YMCA

320 E. Broadway
Waukesha, WI  53186

 262-542-2557

 

HOURS 

MON-FRI | 5:00 AM - 9:00 PM
SAT | 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM*
SUN | 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM*

*Closes at 4:00 PM Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.

New Berlin YMCA Wellness Center

New Berlin YMCA Wellness Center


NEW BERLIN YMCA WELLNESS CENTER

3610 Michelle Witmer Memorial Drive
New Berlin, WI  53151
262-330-5190

 

HOURS 

MON-FRI | 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM
SAT & SUN | 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

West Suburban YMCA

West Suburban YMCA


WEST SUBURBAN YMCA

2420 N. 124th Street
Wauwatosa, WI  53226

 414-302-9622

 

HOURS

MON-FRI | 5:00 AM - 9:00 PM
SAT | 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM*
SUN | 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM*

*Closes at 4:00 PM Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.

Southwest YMCA

Southwest YMCA


SOUTHWEST YMCA

11311 W. Howard Avenue
Greenfield, WI  53228

414-546-9622

 

HOURS

MON-FRI | 5:00 AM - 9:00 PM
SAT | 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM*
SUN | 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM*

*Closes at 4:00 PM Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.

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Camp Double Eagle

W365 S8661 Highway 67
Eagle, WI 53119

Y Children's Academy

100 E. Broadway
Waukesha, WI 53186

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Y MEMBERSHIP HAS VALUE

A YMCA membership gives you more than just a place to work out, it gives you a community! Schedule a tour at one of our locations and meet our staff.

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Child Care & Camps

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YOUR CHILD AT THE Y

The Y has programs for children of all ages. From infant and toddler care at our Y Academy, to Preschool and 4K programs, to Before & After School care for elementary and middle school students, the Y can help your busy family find programs and care that's right for you.

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Before & After School Care

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School District of New Berlin
ELP Wrap Care & Y BASE
SOUTHWEST YMCA

READY TO LEARN!

The Southwest YMCA is proud to partner with the School District of New Berlin to provide Wrap Care for students enrolled in AM or PM Early Learning Program (ELP) at Ronald Reagan Elementary School and Y BASE (Before & After School Engagement) at all four elementary schools.


 

Early Learning Program Wrap Care

The Southwest YMCA is proud to partner with the School District of New Berlin to provide Wrap Care for students enrolled in AM or PM Early Learning Program at Ronald Reagan Elementary School. Wrap Care is offered from 8:50 AM - 3:50 PM. If care is needed beyond traditional Wrap Care, please see information on our Y BASE program.

ELP Wrap Care Locations

 


Y BASE

The Southwest YMCA and the School District of New Berlin have joined together to provide Y BASE (Before & After School Engagement).  Y BASE provides an opportunity for fun while keeping kids safe and engaged through research-based core components: Tutoring & Mentoring, Arts Education, Leadership Development, Global Awareness & Inclusion, Health & Wellness, and Service Learning. Our affordable pricing and flexible schedule give families peace of mind that their child is a part of a great program before and/or after school.

Y BASE Locations

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  Program Overview

YMCA MISSION

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.


PROGRAM GOALS

Our Y BASE program has the following goals in mind:

  • Learn an appreciation of others through the YMCA’s core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility
  • Develop new skills and interests
  • Gain an appreciation of the world around us
  • Provide an opportunity to exert leadership skills
  • Develop an appreciation of self-worth
  • Provide a safe, fun place for all children

PROGRAM PHILOSOPHY

Each child will be guided to develop at his or her own unique rate by encouraging skill development and frequent leadership opportunities.

Second only to human relationships, a well-planned curriculum will help define a child’s experience in our program. Curriculum affects all aspects of a program: its overall quality, parent perceptions, and the outcomes and benefits on individual children. Our innovative after school program is centered on nine research-based core components to keep children active and engaged.


RESEARCH BASED CORE CURRICULUM COMPONENTS

Tutoring and Mentoring
  • Work one-on-one or in small group settings to hone math, literacy, and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) skills.
  • Opportunity to explore peer-to-peer and youth-to-adult mentoring
Arts Education
  • Explore drama, photography, drawing, painting, music, and creative writing
  • Value process over product
  • Learn about problem solving and creative risk taking in supportive endorsements
Leadership Development
  • Become leaders at the Y and in their community
  • Develop writing, speaking, presentation, and conflict resolution skills
  • Partner with High School Clubs and YMCA groups to develop mentoring relationships
Global Awareness & Inclusion
  • Create global citizens through interaction with international foods, music, language, and culture
  • Value all perspectives and diversity
Health and Wellness
Service Learning
  • Opportunities to “give back”
  • Exploration of community resources to create positive, lasting change
Family Engagement
  • Parent newsletter and family activities and events
  • Effective and efficient communication
21st Century
  • Learn to be contributing citizens through group work, conflict resolution, and innovative skills
  • Knowledgeable of current events
College & Career Exploration
  • Opportunities to explore the interests and talents that allow them to be successful
  • Interaction with high school, college, and university volunteers
  The Basics

PROGRAM AVAILABILITY

Dates

Our school year programs are in session for the duration of the school year and coincide with the respective school district’s calendar. School’s Out Fun Day programming will be offered on School District off-days and inclement weather.

Full-day, Summer Day Camp opportunities will be available at your local YMCA.

Times

Care is available both before and after school when the School District is in session. Before School Care begins at 6:30 AM and continues until students are dismissed for the start of the school day. After School Care begins at the end of the school day and runs until 6:00 PM.

Registration
  • Children in 4K (must be toilet trained) through 6th grade are welcome. Check with your location for the specific ages their program covers.
  • Program availability varies based on each site’s licensed capacity. Capacities will be posted at each licensed location.
  • Parents must keep the information on all forms updated and notify us immediately of changes.
Forms

All submitted registration information will be kept confidential and will only be shared with necessary Y staff. When necessary, Y staff will be informed and updated on each child’s special health needs; all information will be shared in a private setting.

Actions required for enrollment:

Actions required by first day of attendance:

  Tuition Guidelines

TUITION PAYMENTS

  • Payment must be made in full no later than the date listed on the tuition sheet, prior to service.
  • Returned checks will result in a $10 charge.
  • No refunds will be given.
  • There are no multiple child discounts or referral bonuses.
  • Supplementary fees may be added to your regular payment upon request.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

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. The process is confidential and application forms and brochures about the program are available online or at the YMCA Business Office.


WISCONSIN SHARES CHILD CARE ASSISTANCE

Families in the Elmbrook, Mukwonago, and New Berlin School Districts are able 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 BASE Programs.

County Contacts

Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties: 1-888-947-6583

YMCA of Greater Waukesha County Provider Number: 4000558914

Location Numbers

New Berlin Schools
Elmwood Elementary 023
Ronald Regan Elementary 021
Orchard Lane Elementary 022
Poplar Creek Elementary 024

  Attendance

ARRIVAL

  • Upon dropping off your child, you must sign him/her in to the Y’s care. Children must be escorted by an adult to their Y BASE location.
  • To best serve your child’s needs, please communicate any necessary, daily information about your child to the Y staff.
  • If there is a custody agreement, the YMCA is legally bound to respect the wishes of the parent with the legal custody. The Y BASE Director may ask for a certified copy of the most recent court order. If there is no court order, the YMCA will not accept responsibility for deciding which parent has legal custody.

DEPARTURE

  • A list of persons authorized to pick up your child must be noted on the enrollment form.
  • For your child’s protection, only authorized persons may sign a child out of the program. Anyone unfamiliar to Y staff will be asked for photo identification. There are no exceptions.
  • No child will be released to the care of anyone less than 16 years of age.
  • Upon picking up your child, you must sign him/her out of the Y’s care. EXCEPTION: If a child is to sign him/herself out of Y BASE, a signed alternative arrival/release form must be on file.
  • Y Staff will, at minimum, verbally communicate with the authorized pick up person an update on your child’s progress.
  • If you are running late, please call us so we can plan appropriate staffing and reassure your child.
  • A fee of $1 will be charged for every minute after 6:00 PM that your child is not picked up.
  • Chronic late pickups will be grounds for dismissal.
  • If your child has not been picked up by 6:30 PM, or 30 minutes after the program he/she is in ends, the local authorities will be called.
Impaired Pick Up

In the event that the authorized pick up appears to be impaired, Y staff will ask the adult to make an alternative arrangement. If the adult is unwilling to do so, the matter will be referred to local authorities. The Y recognizes that this is a stringent policy, but we are morally and legally responsible if we release a child to an impaired adult.


ABSENCE POLICY

  • Please notify us if your child will not be attending on a normally scheduled date. Please be sure to state your full name, your child’s full name, and their school on the message.
  • Due to the varied arrival schedule for our morning programming, Y staff will give a list of absent students to each school’s administration by 9:00 AM. From that point it will be determined which party follows up with the absent students.
  • For evening programming, each school’s administration will share with Y programming the list of absent students. Both the school and Y programming will make every effort to know the whereabouts of children enrolled in that day’s programming.
  • Credits/refunds will not be given for an absence.

SUBMITTING SCHEDULE CHANGES

  • If you wish to make a change to your child’s schedule, two weeks written notice is required.
  • You may need to complete additional paperwork.
  • No refunds or credits will be issued for days not attended.

SCHOOL’S OUT FUN DAYS

We offer School’s Out Fun Days on most of the days that your child’s school is closed. Parents will be notified of these programs in advance and allowed to enroll for an additional fee. This program is separate from our regular before and after school program. Children must bring a healthy bag lunch and a backpack along with a change of clothes, water bottle, swim suit, towel, and appropriate outdoor attire. The Y will provide two healthy snacks.


EMERGENCY SCHOOL CLOSINGS

Y BASE is closed when your child’s school closes due to inclement weather. School’s Out Fun Days may be offered, but only at the YMCA. If your child was scheduled for care on that day, you will be given a $15 credit towards the cost of a School’s Out Fun Day.

If your school district has an Early Closure or after school activities are canceled, we will operate an After School (PM) program at the discretion of the YMCA and school district. We ask that parents pick up their children as soon as possible due to deteriorating weather.


PROGRAM WITHDRAWAL

The YMCA reserves the right to withdraw a child from the program if, at the Y’s discretion, the enrollment of the child negatively affects the integrity of the program and/or the Y’s legal obligations through and under the Division of Children and Family Services.

At Parent’s Request
  • Two-week notice of withdrawal is required in writing to the Y BASE Director. Verbal notice is not acceptable.
  • No refunds or credits will be issued.
  • Your signature on the enrollment form verifies your agreement and understanding of this policy.
At Y’s Request

Notification period prior to withdrawal is not required if the withdrawal is requested by the Y program. Withdrawal will be in writing. The Y reserves the option to withdraw a child for any of the following reasons:

  • Non-payment of fees as agreed upon.
  • Repeated failure of parents to pick child up on time.
  • Failure to provide program with forms or current medication information as stipulated by state licensing and the parent handbook.
  • Hostility by parents towards Y staff/volunteers.
  • Chronic disruptive behavior by the child (Please see Child Guidance section).

ILLNESSES

The Y does not provide sick care. Please do not bring a child that is ill to the program. Upon arrival at the program, each child will be observed for symptoms of illness which include but are not limited to:

  • A fever 100º F or above
  • Congestion, nasal discharge or coughing serious enough to hinder the child from participating in normal routines
  • Any rash or sore throat that is undiagnosed
  • Eye inflammation
  • Uncontrollable, inconsolable crying or lethargy
  • Suspected lice or ringworm
  • Stomach flu, vomiting or diarrhea
  • Any other suspicious signs which might indicate the beginning of illness

If a child is prescribed antibiotics, they cannot return to the program for at least 24 hours without a health professional’s authorization. If a child has a fever, they cannot return to the program until they have a fever less than 100º F for 24 hours, uncontrolled.

Illness Onset During Programming

If your child becomes ill while in the program, the child will be kept isolated, within sight and sound of an adult, and we will notify you and/or the emergency contact. Because we are not licensed to provide sick care, a parent or authorized pick up must pick up the child within one hour of being contacted.

To ensure proper staff/child ratio, ill children may not stay inside during outdoor play time.

If your child leaves school early and they are enrolled in our after school programming, please follow our absent child policy.

  Forms

 

CONTACT  US

Southwest YMCA
11311 W. Howard Avenue
Greenfield, WI 53228
414-546-9622

Membership Incentive

Y BASE and After School Program families are eligible to receive a reduced rate on a Household Membership with the YMCA of Greater Waukesha County.

Families enrolled in three or more days of care, either AM or PM, are eligible to receive a $10/month rate reduction towards a household membership. Families enrolled three or more days of care, both AM and PM, are eligible to receive a $20/month rate reduction towards a household membership.

Please note: 

  • If you are a current YMCA of Greater Waukesha County member, please stop in to add the Y BASE incentive to your membership today.
  • Once enrolled, if you change your schedule and no longer qualify for your current incentive package, the Y will readjust your membership rate to the full amount.
  • Families must be registered for the 2020-21 school year to receive the membership incentive over the summer months.

To learn more about membership, visit our membership page.

For a better us.®

The YMCA of Greater Waukesha County is a non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law. Our tax ID number is 45-5119441.

 

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