Before and After Care
Uptown & Metairie
|Before Care||7:30 - 9:00 AM||21 months and up|
12:00 - 5:30 PM
3:15 - 5:30 PM
21 - 36 months
3 to 7 years
|Game Room||3:15 - 5:30 PM||8 years and up|
After care for K'ton ton campers (21 - 36 months) includes a fun group setting to eat lunch followed by nap time and indoor and outdoor playtime.
Campers wake up and wind down with age appropriate books, toys, arts and crafts, and indoor and outdoor play.
For our older and more independent campers, the adult supervised Game Room may be selected as an After Care option. Children ages 11 and up must be registered for Game Room to receive supervised care after the camp day ends. Otherwise, JCC policy allows youth ages 11 and up to visit the pool or gymnasium unaccompanied by an adult. Monday - Friday during the summer the Game Room is reserved for registered campers only.
A snack is provided for all after care campers.
The JCC policy is to not take responsibility for your child before 7:30 AM or after 5:30 PM on Monday – Friday. If your child stays late, there will be a $1.00 per minute late fee.
With temperatures in the 90s, it is easy to forget that fall is here. Fortunately, we have the holiday of Sukkot to remind us that the harvest season has begun.
As Rosh Hashanah approaches, all we can think about are apples and honey!
Rosh Hashanah - “head of the year”- commemorates the creation of the world. Traditionally, apples and honey are eaten to represent our hope for a sweet year of health and peace. Dipping apples in honey is delicious, and here are few creative recipe suggestions to help kick this duo up a notch....
We love to celebrate here at the JCC, and we also look for any opportunity to be creative. Join us for a coloring break in The Nosh of the Uptown JCC for National Coloring Book Day on August 2. We’ll have a table with crayons and JCC-themed coloring sheets. Can’t make it to the JCC? Download and print our coloring sheets. We’d love to see your artwork, so be sure to tag us and use hashtag #nojcc on social media!...
Creating a lifestyle, rather than a diet, will give you the flexibility to make healthy choices while still enjoying what you eat. Sometimes the hardest part about eating healthfully is simply knowing what will taste good without packing on the pounds. Check out some of the healthy recipes recommended by Metairie Wellness Director Alexis Boudreau to get started and get cooking!...