JOURNEY CAMP (Grade 1)
ADVENTURE CAMP (Grades 2-3)
QUEST CAMP (Grades 4,5,6)
Bellefonte Summer Day Camp will begin June 15 through August 26
Summer camp offers many benefits- new experiences, a sense of community and lasting friendships. Our unique summer camp program continues our high quality standards by providing children with an outside experience they will remember forever. Summer camp is held outdoors at Governor’s Park, with rain sites at the YMCA and the Bellefonte Elementary School.
Throughout the day children can choose from a variety of activities that include art, group games, creative dramatics, music, dance, cooking and team building. The children swim at Kepler Pool every day except Wednesday. We take field trips or provide special day activities every Wednesday.
The children are provided breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack daily.
- Arts and Crafts
- Science Experiments
- Team Building
|SUMMER SCHOOL AGE PROGRAM||DAILY RATE||5 DAYS|
|Part Time (less than 5 hrs)||$34.00||$125.00|
Families with more than one child enrolled will receive a 10% fee reduction on the oldest child enrolled.
FEES AND PAYMENTS
All contracted days in the agreement must be paid whether or not the child attends. This is necessary in order to maintain a high quality program at the lowest possible cost. Fees and Payment policy are as follows.
- Payments must be made by the Friday prior to care. Payments are to be made at the YMCA Member Service Desk or at one of the off site programs. MasterCard and Visa is accepted at the YMCA only.
- Delinquent payments of more than 2 weeks may result in the termination of care.
- A $2.00 per day late fee will be charged for late payments.
- A $5.00 fee will be charged when a school age child is sent without a lunch on days off of school.
- A $1.00 per minute fee will be charged if a child is picked up after 6:00pm.
The YMCA of Centre County, in accordance with applicable Federal and State Civil Rights Laws and regulatory requirements, provide equal opportunity for program services to all persons regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, marital status, creed, or disability. Enrollment policies are as follows.
- Preference is given to children requiring full time care.
- All necessary paperwork and parent orientation must be completed before starting care.
- A two-week probation period is given to all parents. During this time the agreement may be broken if there are any problems that can’t be resolved.
The mission of the Early Care and Education Program is to encourage the maximum development of each child in spirit, mind, and body by providing positive experiences that foster self-esteem and enhance social, emotional, cognitive, physical and moral development.
The YMCA cooperates with the Early Learning Resource Center #8 to help make child care affordable for all families. Please contact Heather Heckman, Child Care Director at 355-5551 for more information.
Contact Heather Heckman, [email protected], 814-355-5551
The YMCA of Centre County, Bellefonte Branch in accordance with applicable Federal and State civil rights laws and regulatory requirements, provides equal opportunity for program services to all persons regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, marital status, creed, disability or LEP The YMCA of Centre County, Bellefonte Branch is a sponsor of the Child and Adult Care Food Program. All infant through preschool children will receive breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack. Children enrolled in the afterschool programs will receive an afternoon snack. All meals served to children under the Child and Adult Care Food Program are served at no separate charge regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. There is no discrimination in admission policy, meal service, or the use of the facility.
Heather Heckman, Early Care & Education Director