Somers Point Schools

2020-2021 School Year

Our Before and After School Care program is designed to provide care for children while parents/caregivers are working.  We emphasize the Y’s four core values in character development – caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility – in every activity and interaction. 

Our goals for the program are to provide:

  • A warm, caring and safe environment
  • Each child the opportunity to develop their self-confidence and social skills
  • Developmentally appropriate activities that stimulate creativity and encourage learning through fun and discovery.

Program Information

Before Care: 7:00 am until the start of school
After Care: 12:45 pm until 6:00 pm

From Arts to Nutrition to Homework Help to Leadership Development, our program offers a variety of activities to help your child grow. To read more about the Y's Before and After School program, visit the main page by clicking HERE! 

Jordan Road School - Traditional Before & After Care Program and Virtual Learning Support Program available for all cohorts.
129 Jordan Road, Somers Point, NJ  08244

Dawes Avenue School - Traditional Before & After Care Program and Virtual Learning Support Program available for all cohorts. 
22 West Dawes Ave, Somers Point, NJ 08244

New York Avenue School - Traditional Before & After Care Program available
121 West New York Ave, Somers Point, NJ 08244


Closing Information

If your child's school is closed:
YMCA program will NOT run

If your child's school has a delayed opening:
YMCA program will operate regular hours, up to the delayed start of school time

Scheduled Holiday School Closings:
The YMCA  Before & After School program will be closed based on the School District Calendar. The YMCA will provide Holiday Care (held at the Y) for most scheduled days off. 

Half Days
The YMCA After School program still operates on a normal schedule for half days 




New York Avenue School     Jordan Road School       Dawes Avenue School



State Assistance
The Department of Human Services has just announced on September 16th that effective September 1 through December 30, 2020, when a child’s school has adopted remote learning due to Covid-19, the state will pay for full day care for qualifying families.  During this time, families that are not eligible for the State Child Care Subsidy Program but who are in need of child care due to their child’s school’s remote learning schedule and that have annual incomes up to $150,000, will be eligible to apply for child care tuition assistance through a new COVID child care program.  Please contact our Financial Services Coordinator – Chanyra Williams at 856-691-0030 extension 111 for more information or an application.