Kishwaukee Family YMCA

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Supplemental School Age Care

As schools transition to a mix of in-person learning and e-learning we understand how stressful it can be to figure out balancing work and caring for your child. We are committed to being there for you and your child, by adapting our child care programs with convenience and safety in mind. Our Supplemental School Age Care Program has a variety of options to fit your needs. Transportation will be available! District 427 will bus children from school to the YMCA for our after school care. District 428 will bus children from the YMCA to school and back to the YMCA for after-school care.

We’ve added more weeks!
Beginning October 26 for DeKalb and November 4 for Sycamore, Hybrid options will now be available!

Monday-Friday
Full Time: 7:00am-6:00pm
Kindergarten-6th Grade

What you can expect from the Y:

  • Assistance with e-learning
  • A variety of physically active and fun daily activities that allow your child to explore new interests
  • Committed and qualified staff that love working with kids and encourage the use of the Y core values: respect, responsibility, honesty, and caring
  • Tools to build social skills, develop confidence, and practice patience
  • Cleaning and safety protocols that have been modeled after the CDC and IDPH and approved by the DeKalb County Health Department.

Program Information:


DeKalb Hybrid Schedule:

 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday Friday
Group A7am-1pm at the Y
Bussed to School
1:30pm-3:30pm at School
Bussed to YMCA
4:00pm-6:00pm at Y
7am-1pm at the Y
Bussed to School
1:30pm-3:30pm at School
Bussed to YMCA
4:00pm-6:00pm at Y
7am-6pm7am-6pm7am-6pm
Group B7am-6pm7am-6pm7am-6pm7am-1pm at the Y
Bussed to School
1:30pm-3:30pm at School
Bussed to YMCA
4:00pm-6:00pm at Y
7am-1pm at the Y
Bussed to School
1:30pm-3:30pm at School
Bussed to YMCA
4:00pm-6:00pm at Y

Sycamore Hybrid Schedule:

 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
Group AParents drop off at School
8:50am-2:00pm at school
Bussed to the Y
2:30pm-6:00pm
7am-6pmParents drop off at School
8:50am-2:00pm at school
Bussed to the Y
2:30pm-6:00pm
7am-6pm7am-6pm
Group B7am-6pmParents drop off at School
8:50am-2:00pm at school
Bussed to the Y
2:30pm-6:00pm
7am-6pmParents drop off at School
8:50am-2:00pm at school
Bussed to the Y
2:30pm-6:00pm
7am-6pm

Monday-Friday
7:00am-6:00pm
Kindergarten-6th Grade
Kishwaukee Family YMCA
Daily and Weekly Reservation Options

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Pricing

A $10 deposit is required for each week at the time of registration. The new family membership rates will begin the week of October 5.

DeKalb Fee Structure:

 Full Time Daily Rate
(Flexible schedule. You choose your days)
Full Time Weekly Rate
(5 days of care)
NEW! Family Membership Fee:$36$160
Member Fee:$38$170
Non-Member Fee:$41$181
 Full Time Daily Rate
(Flexible schedule. You choose your days)
School Days: Daily Rate
(Flexible Schedule. You choose your days)
Weekly Hybrid
(3 full time days, 2 part time days)
Before School OnlyAfter School Only
NEW! Family Membership Fee:$36/day$31/day$155/week$31/day$17/day
Member Fee:$38/day$33/day$165/week$31/day$17/day
Non-Member Fee:$41/day$35/day$175/week$31/day$17/day

 

Sycamore Fee Structure: 

 Full Time Daily Rate
(Flexible schedule. You choose your days)
Full Time Weekly Rate
(5 days of care)
NEW! Family Membership Fee:$36$160
Member Fee:$38$170
Non-Member Fee:$41$181
 Full Day - Daily Rate
Flexible Schedule: You choose your days
After School Daily Rate
Flexible Schedule: You choose your days
Weekly Hybrid A&B
(2 part-time days and 3 full time days)
Family Member Fee:$36/day$17/day$129/week
Member Fee:
$38/day$18/day$138/week
Non-Member Fee:$41/day$19/day$147/week

 

Full-Day Care: 7:00am-6:00pm


Financial Assistance
Financial assistance is available to ensure every child and teen has the opportunity to learn and grow at the Y.

Financial Assistance Application

 

4C
The YMCA accepts Child Care Assistance (CCAP) funds, administered through 4C. Child Care Assistance (CCAP) is a child care financial assistance program provided by the Illinois Department of Human Services for working families.

Registration Information:

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Parent Handbook >


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For questions regarding the program please contact:

Cami Loving
Program Operations Director
camil@kishymca.org
815.375.5381

Jen Lucchesi
Child Care Coordinator
jenl@kishymca.org
815.375.5406

For question regarding 4C please contact:

Nichole Elliott
Office Support Specialist
nelliott@kishymca.org
815.375.5393