The Hal Welsh East Area Family YMCA offers licensed School-Age Childcare (SACC) programs throughout the school year for the East Syracuse-Minoa and Fayetteville-Manlius school districts, as well as Immaculate Conception School. The SACC Fun Club program reinforces positive values in a caring atmosphere. Children build confidence, trust and positive values by making friends and taking part in group projects and activities where fair play, team work and responsibility are emphasized. Care is also available on half days, vacation days and snow days.
On-Site (Hal Welsh East Area Family YMCA)
(F-M School District)
The SACC Before-School Program begins at 7am and runs until the school buses arrive. Our morning routine consists of a light breakfast and casual activities.
The SACC After-School Program is a place for school-age children to participate in activities that are physically, emotionally, and educationally valuable. The program includes academic assistance, physical activities, swimming, arts and crafts, science, and character development. A nutritious snack is provided daily.
Off-Site (in partner schools)
We are proud to partner with Immaculate Conception School and the East Syracuse-Minoa school district to provide after school childcare in school buildings. Our programs provide planned activities that are fun, engaging, and developmentally appropriate for all of our program participants. The programs include academic assistance, gym games, outdoor play, arts and crafts, science activities and character development. A nutritious snack is provided daily. Care is also available on half days, vacation days and snow days.
We provide School-Age Childcare in the following schools:
Immaculate Conception School
East Syracuse Elementary
Hal Welsh East Area Family YMCA Lessons
If your child is enrolled in our SACC program and would like to enroll in another opportunity the YMCA has to offer we would be happy to bring them to and from their lessons during program hours. Some lesson opportunities include:
- Academic Support