Summer Programs

Summer Y.E.S. Program

The Summer Y.E.S. Program operates at two YES Sites during the summer, Hendricks YES and Homer Davis YES, from Tuesday, May 28 to Tuesday, July 30, 2024.

Hendricks Summer YES operates Monday to Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and is located at 3400 W Orange Grove Rd. The phone number to Hendricks Y.E.S. is 520-696-8420.

Homer Davis Summer YES operates Monday to Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and is located at 4250 N Romero Rd. The phone number to Davis Summer Y.E.S. is 520-696-8293.

The programs provide services to children, kindergarten through 6th grade, ages 5-12 years old. To register for the Summer YES Program, please complete the Registration form and Parent Agreement form (one per family), and the Emergency form (one per student). Return the completed forms and your students Immunization Records to any YES Site or email them to Kerrie Hankinson at [email protected]. Registration is open to registered Flowing Wells District students only.

Youth Enrichment Services (Y.E.S.) is a licensed childcare service operated by Flowing Wells School District. The Summer Y.E.S. Program meets all Department of Health Services childcare licensure requirements regarding facility usage, staffing, insurance (as mandated by Chapter 5, Article 3, Reg. R9-5202, State of Arizona Childcare Center regulations), and other mandates applicable to a licensed childcare program. Department of Health Services is located at 400 W. Congress, Suite 100, and their phone number is 520-628-6540.

Fees and Admission

The material fee for Summer Y.E.S. is $25.00 per student. The hourly fee is $4.20 per hour per child with a minimum 1-hour charge. The YES Programs have a non-attendance policy. Your student must attend a minimum of 3 days per week per child. If they do not, you will be charged a $25.00 non-attendance fee per child in addition to any services used. After 2 weeks of non-attendance, your student will be dropped from the program. Please see the YES Parent brochure for Early/Late fees. Children are admitted on a space available basis. For children with special needs, Y.E.S. will determine eligibility and assess costs on a case-by-case basis. As Y.E.S. receives all of its funding through state tuition, Y.E.S. has no monies to subsidize tuition.

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