Westside Youth Development Program
The Westside Youth Development Program is located at the Sheila Jennings Recreation Center in the Westside Community. The Y Westside Youth Development Program is operated through a partnership with James A. Henry Y, the United Way, the Chattanooga Parks and Recreation Department, the Chattanooga Housing Authority and the Hamilton County School System. The Program consists of afterschool, day camp, and some sports program. As it “takes a village to raise a child” a number of outreach efforts are operated in sync with the youth programs including: tutoring by students from Baylor, dental care, Bible Studies and much more.
The Afterschool program serves youth who live in the Westside Community in grades K-5.
The Afterschool program consists of:
The Westside Youth Development program offers a safe and nurturing environment for youth to build lasting relationships and fond memories while receiving academic enrichment during the long days of summer.
Day Camp consists of:
A typical day:
Age: Rising 1st-5thgraders (campers must have completed kindergarten).
Time: 9 a.m. -4 p.m.
What to Bring:
(Snacks and meals are provided, but many campers elect to bring their own.)
What not to bring:
Please register at the Sheila Jennings Center:
1201 Poplar Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402