The Office of Child Development (OCD) – Culver City Unified School District
Before and Aftercare:
Currently, the Office of Child Development is full at most sites and all current students have re-enrolled for the next school year. If/when the ratios should increase, OCD will offer spaces to their previous enrolled families from 2019-2020 school year. Then, OCD will offer spaces to the families on the 2020-21 waiting list. OCD is not accepting new waitlist applications at this time.
For more information go to https://ocd.ccusd.org/
Culver City Parks & Recreations
Youth Program: Rec Extension
PRCS understands challenges exist with distance learning and wants to help you! Rec Extension will offer a safe environment for your child as they go through their school day. Click here for more information.
Our camps are stimulating, power-packed programs filled with engaging activities for children of various ages. Click here for more information.
The Recreation Division is proud to offer a wide variety of Recreation Classes for all ages and interests. From preschool age activities to arts, dance, and music, to sports, health, wellness--there's something for everyone! Classes are generally offered quarterly each season and some classes meet continuously each month. Click here for more information.
Although the Teen Center is closed as a precautionary measure against COVID-19, some programs such as Walking Group, TikTok Dance Crew and Art in the Park are currently offered for grades 6-8 or 9-12. All programs are free. Masks will be required. No more than 12 per group. Temperature and health check daily. Click here for more information. When the Teen Center is in operation, staff provide a wide variety drop - in services year round for residents and students attending Culver City Middle School and High School.
The YMCA has always focused on meeting the social, emotional and academic needs of our young learners so they can grow into the changemakers of tomorrow—and today is no different. During these challenging times when routines seem to change daily, one thing remains the same: the Y provides a safe, enriching place for children to learn and grow, whether through distance learning support or through essential child care for parents returning to work.
Culver-Palms Y is thrilled to be offering free* school-day distance learning support. The school-age program offers:
Distance learning is available for children currently in K-8th grades, Monday-Friday from 8:00am-4:30pm.
The Culver-Palms Y also offers a fee-based** preschool program for children age 2 ½ -5 years old daily from 8:00am-4:00pm.
* Free for income-eligible City of Los Angeles residents
**Financial aid available. They accept 3rd Party funding (Connections for Children, DCFS, etc.)
Click here for more information.