Distance Learning Support Program


We still have spaces for our Distance Learning Program located at the Middlesex YMCA. 

Children cannot begin the program for 3 full business days from the time of online registration. We cannot make exceptions to this policy and are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.


The Distance Learning Support Program follows all health & safety guidelines recommended by the CDC and the Office of Early Childhood.

What Parents LOVE

*Staff will provide all assistance needed to help students log into their device and engage in distance learning.

*Caring adult youth development professionals.

*Reliable, safe full day care.

*Free access to WIFI.

*Fun and engaging activities for children once school work is complete.



  • What are the program hours? 

    • The hours of the program will be 8:00am-5:30pm on Wednesdays beginning the week of March 15, 2021.

    • The program will be closed when school has a planned closure/holiday such as on Memorial Day.

  • Where is the program located? 

    • The program takes place at the three of the local elementary schools in Middletown.

    • The program for Bielefield and Farm Hill students will be held at Farm Hill School (390 Ridge Rd). Families will enter school from Ridge Road and go down driveway entrance. Café is on the right hand side on this driveway entrance at the bottom of the hill before the parking lot. Farm Hill’s KK phone number is 860-347-9010.

    • The program for Lawrence, Moody, and Spencer students will be held at Spencer School (207 Westfield St). Families will drop off at the front of the school. Kids’ Korner has their own door bell on the door all the way to the left side of entrance. Spencer’s KK phone number is 860-346-4536.

    • The program for Macdonough, Snow, and Wesley students will be held at Wesley School (10 Wesleyan Hills Rd). Families will drop off at main entrance and Kids’ Korner has a door bell designated for that specific program. Wesley’s KK phone number is 860-343-9171.

    • The program hours are 8am-5:30pm. 

  • How many children are in the program?

    • Each space at the YMCA will have a group of 12-14 students. 

  • What is the cost?

    • The cost per day is $50, per child. Payments for this program will be due on a weekly basis. The YMCA does offer financial assistance for household incomes under $80,000 and also accepts Care4Kids.                  Contact Amy Cardoza for more info. 

  • What is the DROP OFF procedure & schedule? 

    • Children will need to be dropped off and signed in by a YMCA staff between 8:00-9:00am. Staff will sign children in from the door. Unfortunately, parents will not be allowed into the program space.

  • What does my child need to bring? 

    • Children will need to come to the program daily with their Chromebook, iPad, etc. to get on to the distance learning portals as well as a pair of headphones.

    • Children will also need to bring a water bottle, lunch and 2 snacks with them daily.

  • Who do I contact if I still have questions? 

Distance Learning Handbook


You WILL receive a confirmation as soon as the registration has been submitted.

All participants must have a one week deposit on file. New registrants to the program will be contacted after their registration has been processed for the one week deposit. The deposit will be credited to your last week of distance learning programs.


To participate in the full day programs, your child must have a program membership. If your child is NOT a program member of the YMCA, when you register you will need to set up a monthly individual membership for them which is $8/month which will be added to your bill. There is also a one-time $10 enrollment fee.​