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Kindergarten, tween programs at Snoqualmie Valley YMCA

Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson wears a Y T-shirt during the February 10 dedication of the new Snoqualmie Valley YMCA, located at Community Park on the Ridge. - Photo by Dave Battey
Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson wears a Y T-shirt during the February 10 dedication of the new Snoqualmie Valley YMCA, located at Community Park on the Ridge.
— image credit: Photo by Dave Battey

The new Snoqualmie YMCA is offering several new youth-oriented activities.

Parents can reinforce children’s classroom learning with Kindergarten Plus, an academic enrichment program that complements concepts introduced in the classroom. This program is offered in the morning and afternoon for children who attend Kindergarten during the other half of the school day.

Tween Scene is an alternative to leaving a fifth grader at home after school. Students are actively engaged in fun activities while being physically active, getting homework support, learning leadership and independence skills and planning community service projects.

With Kids U Session 3B, afterschool at the Y is about knowledge-building activities, character development and guidance and encouragement to help children develop and realize their potential.

Contact the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA at (425) 256-3115 for a list of class options and for more information.

 

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