Throughout the pandemic, we’ve consistently adapted our program to adhere to guidance from the Department of Health, OSPI, and the CDC and take appropriate measures to contain possible exposure.
Examples of some of our current safety protocols include:
- Children maintain 6-feet separation during games and activities
- Children and staff are required to wear face masks
- Supplies are disinfected after each use
- Seats are marked to support children with social distancing
- Children and Staff wash hands routinely
Children are assigned to small groups How many people per group?
Group sizes are a 1:15 ratio. Groups will stay together for the duration of the day.
Will the kids be able to do their zoom class meetings?
Yes, we are prepared to support children in attending on-line classes during the day. We will need each child’s schedule, log in information, and expectations that their school will provide. Each child will also need to bring their district issues chromebook and charger daily.
What will the pricing be?
$200 per week or $45 per day per child.
As an essential worker, will I receive a discount on child care?
There is no longer a discount for essential workers. You can apply for financial assistance through the YMCA or state assistance through the Department of Children, Youth, and Families.
Will lunch be provided?
Yes, lunch will be provided either by the school district of the YMCA.
What will the daily schedule look like?
Daily schedules will vary based off distant learning expectations.
Does my child need to wear a mask?
Yes, masks are required for all children and staff. Masks may be taken off while outside.
Can my child attend care in another school district?
You will need to register for child care in the school district in which your child is registered for school. Each school district has their own distance learning schedules and we would not be able to assist your child if they are out of district.