shim
Welcome to the Greater Newburyport YWCA.

shim
shim
shim
shim

afterschool childcare

The Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care licensed afterschool programs run by the YWCA Greater Newburyport give parents the freedom to pursue their professional goals while their children participate in safe, affordable, quality programs. Children have the opportunity to explore, discover and expand their cognitive and social skills in a caring, supportive environment. Our curriculum is threaded with experiences that encourage children develop an appreciation for diversity, a sense of their leadership potential and a value for community service.

our philosophy

Our childcare programs provide a warm, caring atmosphere where children are accepted unconditionally. All programs are inclusive, open to all children regardless of color, race, economic status, religious background, or family composition. Staff members strive to create an environment, which is a careful balance between reliable security and stimulation that fosters exploration and growth.

Our activities and curriculum:

  • promote a sense of self-worth: A positive self-concept is the bedrock of all learning and growth.
  • foster independence and self-discipline: These two elements are necessary ingredients for problem solving and achievement.
  • provide opportunities for success: This encourages risk taking and appropriate expansion of parameters.
  • meet each child’s unique needs whenever possible: A concept which builds trust and a respect for others.
  • create a caring, respectful community: This sense of community grows from the individual program to the school, family, and the community at large.

our programs

School’s Out

The YWCA offers afterschool care at the Bresnahan School from dismissal until 6 pm Monday through Friday for the full curriculum days of the Newburyport Public Schools.  School’s Out students in grades K-3 participate in activities in the cafeteria, gym and outdoor playground. The program includes time for planned curriculum, homework, physical activities and entertaining fun. Healthy snacks are provided.  Two, three and five day options are available.

School’s Out Information, please contact the Site Director at 978-225-6210 x 21 or click here for email.

YWKids

The YWCA provides high quality afterschool care for 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students at our Pond Street branch from dismissal to 6:00 pm Monday through Friday for the full curriculum days of the Newburyport Public Schools.  Our experienced and committed staff provides the physical space, engaging activities and social experiences to enable children to have a successful and fun after school experience. There will be time in each day for homework, healthy snacks, physical activities and fun!  Two, three and five day options are available.

YWkids Information, please contact the Site Director at 978-225-6210 x 21 or click here for email.

Vacation and Early Release Days

The YWCA offers EEC licensed programming at the Bresnahan School during the February and April Vacations.  Early Release day options are available at both the Bresnahan and Molin programs based on space availability.  For information, please contact the Site Coordinator at 978-225-6210 x 21 or click here for email.

Return to top

shim

After school programs

Click here to learn more about the YWCA Greater Newburyport swim lesson program.

shim

Click here to email us.
13 Market Street, Newburyport, Massachusetts 01950 | Phone: 978-465-9922 | Fax: 978-465-1076

Click here to make a secure online contribution to the Greater Newburyport YWCA through justgive.org.
Home | About Us | Join Us | Support Us | Health & Wellness | Community Programs | Resources | Site Map

Essex County Community Foundation 2009 Grantee

* schedule subject to change based on private rentals, maintenance or other issues.  All changes will be posted to our scroll bar.

Copyright© 2004 - 2015 | Webmaster: Ellie Davis
Web site design by Websites by Jeanne.
Click here to see our weekly schedules Weekly Schedules Membership Information 2008 Program Guide Employment at the YWCA Site Map Contact Us