Special Events/Programs

CHILD WATCH

For children 6 weeks and older.
Available during the school year.

This program, located in the classroom, is required for any children in preschool or younger, unless they are participating in a program or are in the immediate supervision of an adult.

HOURS:   
CHILD WATCH will be closed from May 22 – August 15, 2017 due to all day Live Y’ers childcare

Monday, Wednesday, Friday  9:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday  5:30 – 8:00 p.m.
(9:00 p.m. on volleyball nights) 

A $6 day pass must be purchased for a non-member child.  No charge for children that are members.

If there is inclement weather, please call the service desk at 345-6228 to make sure Child Watch will be open.

Check-in Procedures:
All children must be checked in at the service desk before entering Child Watch.  You must also sign in the child when you get to Child Watch.  For your safety, we require parents/legal guardians to sign their children in and out.  Please be sure to pick up your child on time.  Parents MUST stay in the building the entire time their child is in Child Watch.

Footwear:
For the health and safety of all the children we ask that they wear proper footwear to Child Watch.

Illness:
Do not bring your child to Child Watch if they are ill.  If your child has been sick, please do not return to Child Watch until they have been fever-free for 24 hours.  We will not accept children who have any illness associated with a fever or any other communicable condition, such as ringworm, diarrhea, impetigo, head lice, pink eye or scabies, etc.  This policy will be strictly enforced for the health and well-being of the other children and Child Watch staff.  If during your child’s visit we discover that your child has a fever or other signs of illness, you must return to Child Watch immediately to retrieve your child and take them home.

Personal Belongings:
The YMCA is not responsible for loss or damage to your child’s items.  We ask that you do not bring your child’s toys from home to Child Watch.  They may get lost or broken and it is difficult for a child to share them with other children.  Be sure to label all personal items.