Afterschool with the Richmond YMCA
The Richmond Y is a strong leader in Youth Development, offering programming at Argonne and Lafayette Elementary. We understand the importance of helping children realize their potential. At the YMCA Afterschool program, we are intentional about fostering Achievement, Relationships and Belonging. We incorporate a holistic approach to develop youth academically and emotionally. Youth have fun while engaging in enriching experiences that help them to build skills, develop strong friendships, and feel like they are part of something great.
Our staff are trained in CPR/First Aid, Child Abuse Prevention, and a series of Youth Development Modules. They meet weekly to plan programs that are creative and engaging with age appropriate learning objectives. Our ratio is 1:14 and all of our teachers are required to have at least 6 college units of Early Childhood Education. We want to empower students to be leaders in their community. Our number one priority is to ensure that they have a safe place to do that. We never want money to be a barrier to development, we offer scholarships for all of our program offerings.
Argonne Elementary K-5th Grade
The Argonne YMCA program now serves K-5th grade. Each grade level has enrichment offerings that reflect the school day learning and support their overall interest.
Site Coordinator: Alex Zussman (License #384000352)
680 18th Ave Argonne Afterschool Hours: M–F, 2:00pm-6:00pm
415-831-4093 • Azussman@ymcasf.org
Download Registration Packet 2018-2019 School Year (Summer Session in packet)
Lafayette Elementary K-5th Grade
The Lafayette YMCA program works to ensure all youth feel welcome. The afterschool program connects youth to their community and focuses on healthy living and social responsibility.
Site Coordinator: Frankie Massioni (License #380504578)
4545 Anza Street Lafayette Afterschool Hours: M–F,1:00pm-6:00pm
415-752-0790 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Download Registration Packet 2018-2019 Packet will be available May 14th 2018
Alex has grown up in the YMCA and is thrilled to now be a part of the Richmond District Y. She is excited to continue to create an amazing community for our youth.
Frankie grew up in San Francisco and as a member of the YMCA, getting his first job as a Junior Camp Counselor with the RDY. The strong sense of community that is part of the YMCA and the influence it has on people's lives remains a cornerstone for the work Frankie does.