After School Clover 2023-2024

After School Clover 2023-2024

Grades: Pre-K – 5th Grade
Weekly Rate (Afterschool Only): Members $80/week | Non-members $120/week
Combo Rate: Members $100/week | Non-members $140/week (must register by August 23, 2023)
Registration Fee: A one-time, non-refundable $25 registration fee will be due at time of enrollment.
Monday – Friday | School dismissal – 6:15pm

Transportation from school to the CSD Community YMCA is provided for your child for the following schools (*minimums apply for each location):

  • Bethany Elementary
  • Bethel Elementary
  • Crowders Creek Elementary
  • Griggs Road Elementary
  • Kinard Elementary
  • Larne Elementary
  • Oakridge Elementary

The afterschool/summer day camp combo program is a 52-week draft.  There is no pro-rating for holidays, vacations or missed days.  The summer camp portion paid during the school year is non-refundable if enrollment is cancelled for any reason.  Failure to pay timely will result in the withdrawal of your child from the afterschool program.

2023-2024 School Calendar: Clover School District has implemented a new academic calendar, including two “intercession” breaks in October and February. When enrolling in the 2023-2024 Afterschool Only program, you will be automatically enrolled for those full-day weeks, but you will be given the opportunity to opt out by contacting your childcare director. Please note that if you register for the After School/Summer Camp COMBO Program, it is a 52 week draft, and there is no option to opt out of weeks.

Program Dates: Each YMCA After School Program follows the schedule of their local School District when scheduling child care days, teacher holidays, inclement weather days, in service days and other holidays. We are open most teacher work days and school holidays and you will receive communication regarding closures no later than two weeks prior.

The Program is closed:
Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, Day After Christmas, New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day & Fourth of July.

Authorized Pick-Ups:
During registration, you will be asked to list all authorized pick-ups for your child and will be asked to include their date of birth and phone number. YMCA staff will not release a child to anyone other than the authorized parents/guardians or other individuals authorized, in writing, by parents.

Registration Dates

  • May 3 – Registration opens for current afterschool participants
  • May 10 – Registration opens for YMCAUP members
  • May 17 – General registration opens


Angie Smith

Angie Smith, is a gifted writer, encourager and loving mother of four. Together with her husband, former NFL player Steve Smith, they established The Steve Smith Family Foundation, which is dedicated to providing hope and inspiration to those in need while advancing causes  close to the family’s heart – Promoting family health & wellness as well as the awareness and prevention of domestic violence.

In 2022, The Steve Smith Foundation and Mecklenburg County partnered to create Charlotte’s first behavioral health urgent care, a 24/7, 365 urgent care facility dedicated to mental health and substance abuse needs.

Angie’s commitment to her family, transparency and unselfishness, by putting other’s needs before her own, is an inspiration to all of us!

Alan Tyson

Alan Tyson is the President Architech Sports and Physical Therapy. He was the former Vice President of Sports Performance and Rehabilitation for OrthoCarolina. He is a physical therapist board certified as a sports clinical specialist, a certified athletic trainer and certified strength and conditioning specialist. He has worked with the Charlotte Knights (AAA affiliate of the Chicago White Sox) and continues to serve as a consultant to the team. Alan is also a consultant with the Carolina Panthers and Charlotte Eagles.

Alan has spoken regionally and nationally on various training topics including the foot and ankle, spine care, hip and knee rehabilitation, and he has developed two continuing education courses on the shoulder. He has written 3 books and developed specific training programs for the female athlete, the baseball pitcher, and for football players preparing for the NFL combines. Alan is also an associate editor of the National Strength and Conditioning Journal. He co-hosted a weekly radio show “Health Headlines” on 1110AM WBT with Stacey Sims and Dr. Russ Greenfield for 3 years.

Antoinette Johnson

Meet Antoinette Johnson, the inspiring culinary star of “America’s Test Kitchen: The Next Generation” Hailing from Lexington, KY, she transforms simple, humble ingredients into extraordinary dishes, all while championing the use of fresh, locally-sourced produce. Through her triumph on “America’s Test Kitchen: The Next Generation,” Antoinette’s unwavering perseverance catapulted her career, proving that with passion and determination, anything is possible. With a heart dedicated to community and a love for supporting local farmers, Antoinette’s journey is a testament to embracing change, fostering growth, and inspiring others to follow their culinary dreams.

Beyond her culinary triumphs, Antoinette is a firm believer in the power of evolution and perseverance. She stands as a shining example of how one can constantly evolve, change, and grow on their journey to success. Antoinette’s story is one of resilience and determination, inspiring others to follow their passions despite any challenges they may encounter.

Now, with a cookbook deal and cash grand prize, Antoinette is forging ahead on her culinary adventure, driven by the desire to prove herself and inspire her daughter.