district 91 childcare & remote learning support
The West Cook YMCA has been nurturing the potential of our community’s youth for 118 years and when the COVID-19 pandemic closed 85% of all child care programs in Illinois, your Y offered the emergency childcare program so our essential workers could serve us and our neighbors. As you are called back to work, the West Cook YMCA remains steadfast in our commitment to you and your child through our remote learning support program– regardless of how the COVID-19 Pandemic unfolds.
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AGES SERVED: D91 students ages 5-13 years
PROGRAM DAYS: School Days | 7:45 am- 3:15 pm
LOCATION: Grant-White Intermediate Elementary | 147 Circle Ave., Forest Park, IL 60130
MEALS PROVIDED: Breakfast, Lunch, and snack are provided
DROP OFF & PICK UP PROCEDURES: Coming Soon
HEALTH & SAFETY: Children showing cold or flu like symptoms like coughing, runny noses, sneezing or above normal temperatures are not permitted into the program. To ensure safety, a health worker will screen each child before they enter the facility each day. This will include taking the child’s temperature and reviewing a basic health screen with each caregiver dropping off the child. If during the program, a child begins showing flu or cold like symptoms, staff will escort that child to a designated care center where they can be further assessed, under staff supervision and care until the parent can be notified.
Remote Learning: Providing a classroom atmosphere where learning and safety are possible
Social-Emotional Development: Focus on understanding and controlling feelings to build strong relationships
Enrichment: Engaging activities that focus on science, engineering, art, drama, and literacy
Gross Motor Activities: Physical activities that include sports, music and movement, and fitness
Go to work with a peace of mind knowing that your child will have fun while learning through our enrichment and remote learning support program in a safe and supportive environment that fosters the cognitive, social-emotional, and physical development of your child. They will be welcomed as an individual, where they are valued and recognized as a unique person, where they feel a sense of belonging, can make new friends, and achieve goals that will help them succeed at home, in school, and in life.
Designed with your child’s health and safety in mind, the Y’s childcare program was developed in collaboration with a pediatric health and safety advisory committee consisting of doctors and nurses from Loyola Medicine and West Suburban Medical Center to ensure we have rigorous protocols in place that follow CDC and public health department guidelines. Our staff are experienced and trusted in providing childcare during COVID-19.
The Y is here for you in your time of need regardless of how the pandemic shifts.