Casino Road Youth Development Center


Programs at Casino Road

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Minority Achievers Program
Middle School, grades 6th-8th:

Voyager Middle School

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Afternoons, 3-5 pm

Casino Road Youth Development Center
Serving Explorer MS, Olympic View MS, Evergreen MS

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Afternoons, 3:30-5 pm

High School, grades 9th-12th:

Mariner High School

Thursday and Fridays
Afternoons, 2-4 pm

Casino Road Youth Development Center
Serving Mariner HS, Aces HS, Kamiak HS, Cascade HS

Monday and Fridays
Afternoons, 2-4 pm

ELL

GOODWILL: ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES (ESOL) CLASS

The Mukilteo YMCA is partnering with the Seattle Goodwill to offer 7 weeks of English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL).  Goodwill’s class will build confidence in everyday situations, improve consumer skills, and prepare students for employment or educational programs. Class sizes will be kept small with no more than 16 participants to a class. 

To register, come to the CRYDC to complete an application and take a placement test.

EVENING CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH

This class is designed for adults who want to gain basic conversational English skills in a relaxing and friendly class.   All skill levels are welcome. Program is led by YMCA instructors and will be taught entirely in English. To register, please show-up 10 minutes before the start of a class.

Download the flyer in English
Download the flyer in Spanish

For details on upcoming sessions, click here.

Schools Near the CRYDC


CRYDC Newsletter

CRYDC

Children's Village
14 East Casino Road
Everett WA 98204

425 512 8050

Monday-Friday
School Days:
3:30-6:30 pm
Non-School Days:
12:30-6:30 pm

Weekends: 11 am-4 pm*

*during the school year only

All youth welcome. No Y Membership Required.

The Numbers

224

Youth served by the center so far in 2013

29

Average number of youth participating in the CRYDC each day

97

Number of Minority Achievers Program (MAP) participants served through the CRYDC who attended afterschool activities, visited colleges, and heard from guest speakers who’ve overcome challenges to achieve success.

81

New immigrants who’ve attended our English Language Learners (ELL) Classes since July 2012.

90.9%

of CRYDC MAP participants agree that “Participation in MAP has helped me be on track for higher education.”

90.9%

of CRYDC MAP participants agree that “Participation in the YMCA activities has made me want to try harder in school.”

95.5%

of CRYDC MAP participants agree that “YMCA staff really care about me.”