Before and after school programs in your child's elementary school!
Our School Age Child Care (SACC) programs in the Mount Sinai, Rocky Point, and Shoreham-Wading River School Districts provide safe, stimulating environments before and after school filled with positive experiences and numerous opportunities for recreation and enrichment! More than just child care, we focus on age-appropriate activities to promote physical, emotional, and social well-being in our youth:
Arts and Crafts - Board Games - Recreational Play - Indoor & Outdoor Active Play Reading Time - Homework Help - Wellness - Creative Workshops - Socialization Cross-Age Mentoring - Tutoring & Enrichment Groups - Special Events and More!
You can feel good about trusting NSYC to ensure happy, stress-free days for your kids. We serve families five days a week when school is in session, Monday thru Friday, in the mornings and afternoons--right in your child's own elementary school! Our staff are fingerprinted, background checked, trained, and experienced in working with children to provide proactive supervision and encourage safe and appropriate interactions at all times. Our SACC programs are licensed and regulated by the State of New York Office of Children and Family Services.
North Shore Youth Council cares for the well-being and development of the more than 900 children and 3,000 families we serve each year.
Our child care staff provide ample opportunities for children to:
+Build life skills +Explore their interests +Make decisions and problem-solve +Assume leadership roles +Experience a sense of self-efficacy and belonging +Get to know and contribute to their communities +Gain confidence in their personal abilities
North Shore Youth Council is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit community-based organization, funded in part by the Town of Brookhaven, the County of Suffolk, the State of New York, the North Shore Consortium, and public and private donations.
P.O. Box 1286, Rocky Point, NY 11778
Main Office Hours: Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm Visit us in the portables on the grounds of the Joseph A. Edgar School in Rocky Point.