Here is a snapshot of the Y's impact on our Escondido community during the pandemic.
In the U.S, an estimated 850,000 professionals work with children and youth during out-of-school hours providing enriching experiences. We believe that for young people to fully realize their potential and thrive, they need opportunities and relationships beyond what they have access to at school and at home. This is where our YMCA Expanded Learning Programs come in. We provide a safe place to grow, connect and give children in our care a sense of belonging.
Hear directly from our staff on what ELP means to them. Read more.
In an effort to re-engage students this past summer, YMCA of San Diego County’s Expanded Learning Programs had the opportunity to partner with the Escondido Union School District and collaborate with Monart School of Art for a five-week summer learning program funded by the Girard Foundation. The YMCA and Monart worked with four Escondido elementary schools to provide academic support and enrichment activities for students infused with creative youth development. Read more.
En el Mes de la “Herencia Hispana” reconocemos el trabajo de Navin Alavez, por su dedicación con los miembros de nuestras comunidades, quien actualmente forma parte del equipo de YMCA. Mirar aquí.
YMCA Leader Honored by Escondido Unified for Nonviolence Work. Read Article.
MEETING THE MOMENT 2020-2021 SUMMER & SCHOOL YEAR - The YMCA OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY’S response to continuing care for children and families during the covid-19 pandemic.