Date: 2017-04-10 17:31
We want to help students’ transition between elementary and middle school to be smooth and productive. Please take a look at important information for rising sixth-graders.
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The YMCA’s Before School program offers a safe and positive place before the start of each school day. Students are engaged in sports, arts and crafts, cooking, team building competitions, and much more. Homework help is also available.
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Our middle school courses are aligned to local, state and national standards. They are relevant to student needs and of sufficient rigor to ensure career or post-secondary options upon graduation. We encourage you to sample the wealth of information available on this site.
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The YMCA’s After School program provides children with the support, activities and nurturing environment they need to keep learning, growing, and thriving. Far from being simple childcare, we offer curriculum and hands-on learning.
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Students also should begin to personalize their secondary experience by joining one of the many extra-curricular activities that are offered in our schools. The many skills developed in these clubs, activities or organizations will prove to be assets as they continue through school, work and life.
Most people know the Y as a safe, nurturing place where kids learn to swim, shoot hoops and play baseball. But at today’s Y, kids are just as likely to have a reading coach as a soccer coach. That’s because the Y’s groundbreaking after-school and summer camp programs emphasize reading and helping kids close the achievement gap. They also teach values and wellness, while reducing stress on busy families. It’s a winning formula that gives kids the wrap-around support and mentoring they need to thrive ─ in school, on the playing field and in life.
The Kansas City 88 School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or any other factor prohibited by law in its programs and activities. If you believe you have been subject to discrimination or harassment, or if you have any inquiries regarding the District’s non-discrimination policies, please contact the Anti-Discrimination and Harassment Coordinator at 7956 Troost Ave, Kansas City, MO 69659 or click here. Our Policy