|2020 Program Dates:
||7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
2020 SYP Fee Chart in English and Spanish
||6 - 12 year olds at SYP School Sites; 6 - 14 at Community Center sites
Community Center Site & School Site
The Parks and Recreation Department offers a quality, affordable Summer Youth Program, where youth find sports, craft projects, active games, art exploration, fitness and nutrition, reading opportunities, and math and science enrichment activities. Something for every child’s special interest! Community center sites are open to participants ages six to 14 and school sites to children ages six to 12. Swimming opportunities will also be offered for program participants at limited community center sites.
The program runs Monday through Friday. Lunch and an afternoon snack are included. (School Sites may offer breakfast and lunch instead of lunch and afternoon snack.) Fees are based on a sliding scale, according to income and family size. Program hours are 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The school sites utilize school gymnasiums and outdoor enclosed areas. The program follows self-monitored guidelines, which will limit the number of participants per site. The Summer Youth Program maintains a 1:25 staff to participant ratio. Participants will be grouped according to age, and staff will conduct age-appropriate recreation activities.
2019 Summer In Review
Please feel free to read through the 2019 Parent Handbook.
2019 Parent Manual-English 2019 Parent Manual-Spanish
Registration OPENS April 18th | 9:00AM
Online and in-person registration occurs simultaneously. Space is limited at each site.
Information sessions offer to show customers the registration software and help them set-up/reset accounts. Information sessions also offer the opportunity for staff to verify information for those who qualify for the reduced fee as well as registration assistance.
Information Sessions to qualify for the reduced fee will start at the beginning of March and run weekly until May 21st.
*Info Session Dates & Times
If you wish to qualify for the reduced fee, you must provide the required documentation to staff in person PRIOR to registration. Documentation to qualify for reduced fee must be provided each year. The 2020 Fee Chart provides information on reduced fee and required documentation.
Registration can be completed on-line using a credit or debit card. To register online you must first create an account (if you didn’t already have one) and then register. To do this, click the link below titled, “learn how to register online.”
Reduced fee qualifiers must be pre-approved in person (with appropriate documentation) by staff at information and registration sessions prior to registration in order to receive the discounted fee through on-line check out.
*Learn How To Register Online
Visit any of our 18 designated Community Centers to register.
OTHER IMPORTANT NOTES
*Transfers from one site to another must be handled through Parks and Recreation Staff. Transfers will only be honored for spaces available.
Looking for a paid summer position? We are *Now Hiring!