Essential Worker Child Care

 

In order to be eligible for care: 

Parent/guardian must work for one of the 5 participating health organizations

Parent/guardian must have exhausted all other support network options

Parent/guardian must physically work at a hospital or clinic (not in administrative setting separate from healthcare delivery site)

 

Thank you for choosing the Boys & Girls Club of the Tri-County Area to provide care for your child(ren) while you work the front-lines during what has become a difficult and scary time in our nation’s history. Entrusting us to care for your child(ren) is an honor and a privilege!

Our Club is staffed with highly trained youth development professionals that will provide quality care, fun, and hands-on learning opportunities for your child(ren) ages 6-12. We offer a safe environment for child(ren) to receive support in their online learning journeys and we understand that this “new norm” requires a lot of patience and learning together. We are committed to doing WHATEVER IT TAKES to help you and your family navigate this! Know that we are also closely monitoring the guidelines set by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and working closely with the Green Lake County Health Department.

General Information For Parents 

Club Hours: 6:00 am-6:00 pm

Meals Provided: Breakfast 7:30 am, Lunch 12:30 pm, Dinner 4:30 pm

Ages: 6-12 years old

Fees: $30/day, $25/day each additional child (scholarships available for those that qualify)

For Questions: Please contact Director of Operations, Mindy Collado, (920)361-2717 ext. 300 or via email mcollado@bgctric.org.

Enrollment Forms Required:
Membership Form
Medication Consent Form (Required for children who have food allergies or who will require medication while on-site- requires physician’s signature prior to child attending)
Acknowledgement Form

Policies/Information For Parents 

Current Policies and Information