Distance Learning Support

School Is Virtual But the Y is Live!

Our distance learning support programs are designed specifically for working parents who don't have the ability to supervise their child’s online learning at home. Beyond being a place for quality distance learning, it is our priority to provide kids with intentional opportunities to promote their social and emotional well-being and sense of belonging in a time when it can be difficult to do that at home. 

Want the Y to bring distance learning programs to your community? Let us know at

Campus Connection

Each day involves specific times to focus on online schoolwork, while also engaging in recreational activities, social interaction, arts and crafts and time to share their own daily successes. 

  • Grades: K–5
  • Start/End Time: 7:30 AM–5:30 PM (PPS schools end at 5 PM)
  • Pricing: $300 per week

Alberta Rider Elementary
Beach Elementary (ends at 5 PM)
Beaverton CDC
Clackamas CDC
Deer Creek Elementary
Monroe CDC
Providence Playground CDC
Rigler Elementary (ends at 5 PM)
SE Center CDC
Sherwood CDC
Springfield Meadows CDC
Wilsonville CDC
Vestal Elementary


Learning Labs

Qualified YMCA Staff work directly with school districts and families to provide distance learning support for each child in our program. The majority of the day is devoted to schooling (virtual meetings, assignments, etc.). Our daily curriculum is designed to provide active and enriching experiences for students during times away or when school work is completed for the day. Schedules at each location are determined to best fit the needs of the student pod.

Please provide students with distance learning electronics, water bottle, snacks, lunch and weekly meeting/assignment schedules. Fillable forms with be sent to you in your registration confirmation email.


Clark County Family YMCA

Financial Assistance 

Financial Assistance is available for our distance learning programs. Please complete our online application.

Apply online

For additional information about our financial assistance program, visit our Financial Assistance Page

COVID-19 Safety and Procedures

For your child's safety and per the Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Government guidelines:

  • Participants 5 years old and older will need to wear a face mask/covering at all times during the program
  • Masks/covers may be removed when eating and/or drinking and when they are outside playing at a safe distance
  • For more information on Statewide Mask Requirements, please visit