YMCA 2022 SPRING BREAK DAY CAMP

Welcome to our Spring Break Day Camp program, "Best. Week. Ever."

Program Dates: April 4 - 8, 2022 | Registration is NOW OPEN!

We are excited to provide quality day camp programming for school aged in Kindergarten through 5th grade!  We offer a diverse program to include STEM activities, arts and crafts, physical fitness, and outdoor fun!  Spots are still available so sign up today.  The location of our spring break day camp will be at Sunnyside Elementary in Pullman, Washington.  For questions, please contact our office at 509-332-3524.


Please choose one of the following options to register.

Online

Download paper form if not registering online
Questions? Call the Y at (509) 332-3524
or email info@palouseymca.org
 
How to Register and Pay
You can register online using the links at the top of this page or download a paper registration.  Credit/debit card payments can be made online or over the phone.  If you qualify for financial assistance or the the sibling discount, please be sure to select the pay later option if registering online.  A YMCA staff member will contact you for the discount adjusted payment once processed.  If submitting a paper form, you can email it to info@palouseymca.org or mail it to the Y office address at 105 NE Spring Street in Pullman, Washington. If paying with a check, please mail or deliver in person to the Y office address.

COST:
With YMCA Family Membership (With current annual membership fee of $50)

$200 | Full Week of Camp
$180 | 4 Day Drop In
$135 | 3 Day Drop In
$  90 | 2 Day Drop In
$  45 | 1 Day Drop In

Non-YMCA Member Rates (Excludes annual membership fee)
$275 | Full Week of Camp
$220 | 4 Day Drop In
$165 | 3 Day Drop In
$110 | 2 Day Drop In
$  55 | 1 Day Drop In

EARLY DROP/LATE PICK-UP OPTION:
$5 Per Day, Per Child

About the Program
Our day camp offers experiences to help your child explore their personal interests, build self-esteem, develop interpersonal skills, discover the outdoors, and make lasting friendships and camp memories.  Our Day Camp is designed to keep your child's brain in high gear by incorporating STEM learning while providing a fun and exciting day camp experience!

The program provides ample opportunities for kids to actively engage in the world around them and their community. Our camp is values-driven, which means we emphasize core values in all of our activities, adhere to the Y's Healthy Eating and Physical Activity standards, and focus on key development areas, particularly working to combat summer learning loss. One area that we emphasize is continued literacy development through our “Y Camp Readers” program that ensures children read for a minimum of a ½ hour every day in our camp.

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday from 7:45 am to 5:15 pm
Early drop-off/Pick-up option from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm

Our Team
At the Y, we believe quality programs begin with quality staff. That's why our camp is staffed with people who have a background and experience that helps them understand the cognitive, physical and social development of children. Our staff is made up of a group of cause-driven counselors and administrative staff focused on three key areas: youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.

We believe a strong community can only be achieved when we invest in our kids, our health, and our neighbors. Our programs, services, and initiatives enable youth to realize their potential, offer families ways to have fun together, empower people to be healthier in mind, and body, welcome and embrace newcomers and help foster social responsibility.

All staff are required to have:
  • A Cleared Background Check
  • CPR/First Aid Certification
  • Washington State Food Handler's Card 
Our staff maintains children in a safe environment, keeping them connected and supported in trying new things as well as demonstrating a caring nature and using positive reinforcement. 

Meal Options, Healthy Eating, and Physical Activity 
Our programs align with HEPA standards (healthy eating and physical activity) where the Y focuses on healthy food options, physical activities, limited screen time and offers information to families about healthy lifestyle choices. Snack is served family-style so that participants can learn responsibility when it comes to eating habits and develops the interactive social skills necessary for a shared dining experience.

Campers bring their own cold lunch, and Subway sandwiches are also available for purchase during check-in.

Financial Assistance
The Y makes accessible the support and opportunities that empower people and communities to learn, grow, and thrive. With a focus on youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility, the Y nurtures the potential of every youth, improves the nation’s health and well-being, and provides opportunities to give back and support neighbors. We are able to offer this through our Financial Assistance program.

Financial Assistance is provided to individuals, children, and families on a need basis and allows access to the programs the Y offers. Anyone is eligible to apply for Financial Assistance and awards are based on a sliding scale that considers household size and income. To apply, please see our Financial Assistance page for more information.

Multi Child/Sibling Discount
The YMCA understands that finding affordable child care can be a challenge when needing services for multiple children.  This is why we offer a 25% multi child/sibling discount for multiple registrations for a program in the same household.  If you find your finances are still strained, we encourge you to also review our financial assistance application in the resource link below.  Please connect with us if you have questions about financial accomidations at 509-332-3524 or email us at info@palouseymca.org.

RESOURCES:

Spring Break Day Camp Registration Form
Financial Assistance Form
2022 Day Camp Parent Handbook