Activities include homework assistance, daily snack and drink, physical exercise, recreational games, KidzLit program, art and craft time, character building, table games, and more. Activities stimulate social interaction among peers, teach and enhance good character qualities, and help the child develop intellectually. C.A.T.C.H. (Coordinated Approach To Children’s Health) taught by U of I Extension Nutrition Education Programs, will be a new component in our District 27 After School Programs at Central, Jefferson, Northwest, and Washington-Monroe schools.
All ages attend the before school programs at their respective schools (LJHS 6th grade children attend the Y Before School program at Central School).
For more information, please call the Y Office at 217-735-3915