The Children's Services Department provides a full range of after school enrichment programs, trips, groups and special events or children currently in Kindergarten through 8th grade and their families. Through the use of activity-oriented programs, children grow and develop as positive, capable individuals while learning important interpersonal skills, social responsibilities and values in a supportive group environment.
Our child care staff consists of professional and para-professional group leaders who are carefully selected for their commitment, skills and ability to relate to children with a caring, positive attitude.
58-20 Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck,NY 11362
P.S. 18Q P.S. 173Q
P.S. 26Q P.S. 221Q
P.S. 31Q P.S.191Q
P.S. 46Q P.S. 203Q
P.S. 94Q P.S. 205Q
P.S. 98Q P.S. 186Q
M.S. 67Q P.S. 213Q
Great Neck South (Great Neck) Lakeville School (Great Neck) Saddle Rock School (Great Neck)
Queens Hall of Sciance
Plastercraft Ceramic Painting
Members of the Y receive a discounted fee and priority registration. Call Andrea Gavora, Ext. 261 or AGavora@sfy.org for more information.
212-00 23 Avenue, Bayside, NY 11360
Alan Stark, MA, Coordinator, Beacon Services, 718-423-2266 AStark@sfy.org
The Beacon Programs are school-based Community Centers, funded by the New York City Department of Youth and Community Development. The Samuel Field Y Beacon child care programs operate during after school hours, summer vacation and on weekends and holidays, providing a wide range of services and activities for children and their families. Beacon After School Care Programs include Basketball, Tae Kwon Do, Individual and Family Counseling, Vocational and School to Work programs, Dance, Drama, Chess, Computer, Homework Club, Academic Tutorials, Youth Councils, Tennis, Video Production and Adult Programs such as Computers, Stress Reduction, Parent Support Groups, as part of a comprehensive menu ofactivities for all ages and interests.
David Slotnick, LMSW, Program Director, 718-225-6750 ext. 272 DSlotnick@sfy.org
The Samuel Field Y offers after school enrichment programs at several schools in Districts 25 and 26. Programs are offered free of charge and are limited in enrollment. All after school programs provide academic enhancement, socialization, recreation, and learning opportunities as well as exposure to the arts, technology, and diverse activities. These after school programs are funded by the Department of Youth and Community Development through the Out of School Time Initiative.