MIDDLE SCHOOL (GRADES 6–8)
Our goal is to provide boys and girls in sixth, seventh and eighth grade with a foundation for healthy living through fitness and nutrition. Teen members will have the opportunity to participate in programs inside the Y while following Covid-19 guidelines, including wearing a mask and physically distancing. “Teens at the Y” will have space in the lobby for unprogrammed social time to play games or do homework and will be offered a FREE healthy snack.
Teens in grades 6, 7 and 8 must sign up and check in for the “Teens at the Y” programming.
Registration is ongoing and must be completed in person at the Y with a parent or guardian.
Questions? Contact Karen-Ann Hagar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Y HIGH SCHOOL TEEN LEADERS CLUB
Upcoming Community Volunteer Opportunities: Monthly Kids Night Out, Fill the Y Bus Food Drives, high school junior and senior chaperones for YMCA teen dances.
Y MIDDLE SCHOOL TEEN LEADERS CLUB
The CLC Y Leaders Club is designed to introduce youth & teens, grades 6–8, to service learning, volunteerism, social interaction and appreciation for diversity through the focus areas of the YMCA. Youth become leaders through service learning. Growth is fostered by allowing them to identify values and understand how they connect with society as a whole through giving back to the community in tangible, community-building ways.
Hosted at the CLC YMCA after school every Wednesday.
For more information contact Youth, Teen and Outreach Director Karen-Ann Hagar, at email@example.com.
TEEN BOOK WARRIORS YMCA
Teen Book Warriors is a book club designed by teens for teens. In each 6-week session, teens will collectively vote on a book or two of interest. The readers will meet weekly outside the Y to explore the chosen book.
This program works with LCTV and is open to high school aged residents of Lincoln County. Members of Youthful Noise are invited to become important collaborators, decision makers, and producers at the studio by learning telecommunications technology, serving on our Youth Advisory Board, and creating their own original programs. Youthful Noise is partnering with CLC YMCA this fall to film cooking shows at the FARMS kitchen. Later at the LCTV studio, teens will learn how to edit and broadcast the shows on television and the internet. We are looking for teens who are ready and able to make a commitment to hands-on learning and working as a team.
YOUTH VIRTUAL COOKING CLASSES
Join FARMS at the Y for this series of virtual cooking classes for kids. We offer delicious, locally inspired, healthy food in the comfort of your own home. Ingredient list will be provided in advance. A step-by-step guided instruction will be available for your child to follow along. Each class will focus around a theme or ingredient. Classes are open to kids ages 8+ to take alongside an adult at home (kids 13+ are welcome to join independently). Each interactive 60-minute class is limited to 10 households. Learn More
YOUTH ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE CLASSES
Principles of Sports Performance
Speed, Agility and Quickness
These 6-week programs are designed to help athletes improve their skills and athletic performance as they reach the next level in their athletic careers. Learn More
TEEN FITNESS CENTER PRIVILEGES
Ages 11–13: Open for use after completing a special teen orientation AND by reservation with a parent or guardian.
Ages 14+: Open anytime with a reservation and a completed orientation.
Free teen orientations are held on the first Tuesday of the month at 3:15pm. Email Lauren Ober to reserve your spot at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL OPEN GYMNASIUM
Recreational gym time can be set up by reservation. All participants are required to follow all COVID-19 restrictions, including mask wearing. Walk-ins will be welcome but space is limited due to Covid-19 restrictions so a spot is not guaranteed without a reservation.
PICK UP BASKETBALL
Available to all teens at the Y by reservation only. Contact the Y Welcome Center for more information.