Youth Center Hours
Spring 2021 Hours
Monday – Friday
Please see below for details
“Senior Send Off” – Friday, June 18th – 3-5pm
End of the year BBQ, games and cake for our seniors
** The NPYP may be closed for school holidays. Feel free to call or text Jim at 845-325-2593 for clarity**
We are open Monday-Friday from 9am-7pm.
• 2:30pm-7pm – Normal Drop-in Center – We no longer require pre-registering to come to our program, but we do ask that you continue to wear a mask whether vaccinated or not
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All is free! Limited capacity! COVID rules in place. As much outdoors as possible.
Virtual tutoring also available. We will offer Breakfast/Lunch/Snacks and fit in safe recreational activities whenever they do not need to be online
Programs and Events
|Masks must be worn at all times. We have extras if you forget
Temperatures will be taken upon arrival. As always, please keep kids home if they are sick for any reason.
|The C.A.F.E. (Cafeteria Alternative For Everyone) will return when schools fully re-open. Offering an option for high school students during lunchtime at the old guidance space or large gym (for Basketball) during D lunch. These spaces will be open for the lunch blocks and provide areas to hang out with friends, listen to or play music, play games, get help with homework, or just relax in a supervised setting.|
|G.A.M.E.S. will return for its 26th season when schools fully re-open. Basketball, dodgeball, games, and snacks|
| We Won!!
The NPYP won “Best Youth Program in the Hudson Valley” in Hudson Valley Magazine for 2018.
|Tutoring!!! We tutor in up to 70 classes daily at the middle school. The largest such tutoring program in New York State!! We also tutor at the youth center after school! If you need help, we got it!!|
|The NPYP volunteers at many community events. If you need community service or are just looking to volunteer your time, please let us know.|
| Visit us on facebook, instagram or twitter or just give us a call at 255-5140
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
|The New Paltz Youth Program is celebrating its 31st Anniversary.
D.O.B.: September 2nd 1989