COVID-19 reopening information for CREST and other city programs will be updated at santamonica.gov/coronavirus-reopenings
CREST Offerings at WRLC:
CREST Club provides 4th and 5th graders with homework assistance, enriching activities, organized games, from school dismissal to 6pm. Participants also partake in special events and field trips. If you are interested in signing up, please make sure to submit your application in person at the CREST Youth Office: 1133 7th St Santa Monica. You’re also welcome to scan or email the attached application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please Note: City of Santa Monica CREST will no longer offer AM Care or Late Start options. Our SMMUSD partners will offer AM Care options at all elementary schools. Please contact SMMUSD’s Child Development Services at 310-399-5865 or for enrollment information visit their website at www.smmusd.org/CDS . In lieu of PM Extended Care, families of 4th and 5th graders can enroll in CREST Club. For other program options, please visit PAL’s website at www.smpal.org or Virginia Ave Park at www.smgov.net/Departments/
Homework Club is an after-school program that gives students academic support, in a well structured environment, in order to work on homework. * Homework Club is a one-time, annual fee of $550 due at the beginning of service. There is no prorating, nor refunds. No payment plans are accepted in the 2019-20 school year.
Playground Access: Students in grades 1-5 engage in supervised, unstructured play in designated areas of the playground, afterschool, with basic game equipment available for check out.
CREST Club: Registration is open. If you are interested in signing up, please make sure to submit your application in person at the CREST Youth Office: 1133 7th St Santa Monica. You’re also welcome to scan or email the attached application to email@example.com.
Our school-based enrichment classes are an easy way for parents to add exciting learning adventures to their child's day. All classes are led by hand-picked, professional instructors for youth in grades TK-5.
Our Youth Sports Program is a non-competitive recreation program where everyone participates regardless of ability. The focus is on giving young athletes the opportunity to compete and learn about the skills and rules of each sport. Sports are offered for 3 seasons during the school year for students in grades TK-8.
Financial Assistance is available to qualifying families and can be used for CREST Programs, Camps, Aquatic Swim Lessons, and Community Classes. Some restrictions may apply. For more information visit smgov.net/financial assistance.