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Full-day enrichment that supports MCPS' Hybrid Model. Open to students in grades K–6. Financial assistance available.

Full-Day Enrichment

 

Grades K–6

Our Full-Day Enrichment program offers a full-day blended learning environment dedicated to supporting your child’s body and mind during MCPS’ phased reopening. At our full-day enrichment program, your out-of-school time becomes in-school time through structured STEAM projects, homework help, online learning, and physical activity. Our highly-trained staff facilitate a fun and learning-focused environment complete with PE, extracurriculars, and so much more!

Registration required. Please register 48 hours in advance.

Thanks to grant funding, we are reducing program costs by up to 50% to all families who participate in Y Before School, After School, and Full-Day Enrichment. Discounts started October 5 and are applied automatically. Discounts expire December 31 and regular enrollment fees will resume at this time. Families who have already registered will receive a refund in the form of credit for future programs.

For families seeking additional assistance, we're proud to offer a new barrier-free financial assistance option for our out-of-school programs. Contact ymca@ymcamissoula.org to learn more.

 

At a Glance:

  • Coincides with MCPS' Hybrid Model*
  • Offered Monday–Friday from 7:30–6:00 p.m.**
  • Financial assistance available

*Full-Day Enrichment for MCPS staff and faculty is offered Tuesday–Friday from 7:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
**A $30 late fee will be charged for any pickup after 6:00 p.m.

 

Daily Fee:

Full-Day Enrichment is a daily program. Registration is required. Fees are subject to change.

  • $35/day NEW! $20/day***

***The Missoula Y has received a grant that allows us to offer a temporary discounted rate to all families in our Full-Day Enrichment program! Between now and December 31, you will receive a discount on your regular monthly rate. Regular rates will resume January 1, 2021.

 

The Missoula Family YMCA is committed to Healthy Eating and Physical Activity (HEPA) standards in all of its child care programs. Breakfast and snack are provided through our participation with the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). Lunch is provided through a partnership with Missoula Food Bank.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.