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The Clark County Family YMCA offers two free hours of Child Watch each day for each child. The Child Watch Center is for child care while members use the Clark County Family Y. Parents and guardians must remain in the building while children are in Child Watch. The Child Watch center staff encourages lifelong behaviors by providing opportunities for supportive social learning. The age range to use the service is six weeks to eight years old.
Child Watch Hours
8 AM – 1 PM & 4 – 8 PM Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
8 AM – 1 PM & 3 – 8 PM Wednesday
8 AM – 1 PM Saturday
Kid's Quest ages three to four, and Fun Club, age’s five to eight, are designed to actively engage children in a group setting while parents/guardians use the facility. The programs offer age-appropriate games, crafts, and active play supervised by Y staff.
Kid’s Quest and Fun Club Hours
9 AM – 12:00 PM Kids Quest Monday – Friday
5 PM – 8 PM Monday – Friday * Fun Club Only
9 AM – 12:00 PM Saturday
Non School Days
The Fun Club schedule mirrors the Evergreen School District schedule. On no school days Fun Club will be offered from 9 am to 12 pm, and may take place in the classroom or gymnasium.
Drop your children off in a safe, structured environment! Kids will engage in active play with others in this fun filled evening. Children may participate in gym games, arts and crafts and even watch a movie! Pre-registration is required.
Ages: 6 weeks to 12 years
Member Fee: $10 per child
Non-Member Fee: $20 per child
Dates: First and third Friday of each month
Time: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
*5 PM drop off additional $4 per child, early drop off is a member only benefit.
Throughout the year, Child Watch will host special events for kids and their families. Check back later for events coming soon or call 360.885.9622 for more details.
Child Watch staff is individually trained to help children with their social and emotional growth, and is CPR and First Aid Certified.
Children must be kept home if they have a sore throat, colored mucous, fever, diarrhea, shot reactions, or vomiting. If your child appears sick, you will be asked to take him/her home. The staff will make the decision as to whether or not the child is too sick to remain in Child Watch. By necessity this policy will be strictly enforced. This will protect your child as well as others. If your child comes in contact with a contagious disease please notify Child Watch immediately.