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Come Join Us at Moonlight Fever!

Moonlight Fever is THIS Friday (4/21) from 6-10pm at Christ the King Lutheran Church in New Brighton! If you have–or know–a middle schooler, this is a can’t miss middle school party!

We will have:
~Dinner
~Minute to Win It
~Basketball Tournament
~Bingo
~Video Games
~Dance Room
~Climbing Wall
~Bouncy House
~AND MORE!

The BEST PART?! It is completely FREE!!!!!  Click the link below for more information.

Moonlight Fever Facebook Event Details

 

CPY Turns 20!

Community Partners with Youth was created in 1997 as a collaboration between the City of New Brighton, the Mounds View Public Schools, and the faith community to provide high-quality after school and summer programming for local youth, with a focus on our at-risk children.  What initially started as a program providing a safe, nurturing environment for our local youth has grown into an organization providing safety, development, opportunity, education, and experiences for over 550 children per year.

CPY is proud to be the organization it has grown into today – an integral supporter of New Brighton and Mounds View youth, assisting them in building the skills necessary for academic, personal, and spiritual achievement!  We look forward to the next 20 years and the opportunities they will bring!

We invite you to join and support us on our journey as we celebrate this year – we have several major events this year (details to follow):

  • Our Spring Luncheon (March 7th, 2017) at the New Brighton Community Center
  • Our Summer Golf Ball Drop and Carnival
  • Our Fall Gala, including dinner, entertainment, silent and live auctions!

Of course, you can always show your support for CPY’s mission at any time by making a donation!

The 2016 Annual Fall Gala

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Come on down!!  Please join us for a night of games, laughter, and fun from 6-10pm on Friday, November 11th, 2016 at the New Brighton Community Center.  Win prizes, mingle with your community, have some delicious food and drink, and participate in our live and silent auctions.  It’s a fantastic night for a good cause!  Feel free to RSVP now using the form below.  Tickets are $50 per person, $90 per couple, or $320 for a table of 8.  Register for the table of 8 and get a single door prize entry included!  After registration, you can send payment to CPY using one of the methods linked here or use the PayPal link found below.

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Pay for your Tickets Here!

 

Come One, Come All!

Ready for an afternoon of fun, games, and prizes?  Come join us at CPY’s 4th Annual Carnival and Golf Ball Drop on August 6th, 2016 from 1-4pm at Brightwood Hills Golf Course in New Brighton!  Bring your friends and family to this one-of-a-kind event.  We have games for all ages and you’re sure to have a good time.  While you’re at the Carnival, pick up a ticket or 10 for our Golf Ball Drop – you’ll have a chance to win up to $5,000!  Donations go toward helping CPY continue its mission to provide for our youth.  See you there!

Summer Registration is Now Open

SUMMER CPY 2018

Summer registration is now open!  Space and scholarships are limited, so don’t wait to sign up!  Give us a call at 651-633-6464 or fill out the forms below and send us an email at cpymn@cpymn.org.

Program Information

2018 Summer Registration

2018 Summer Registration – GV-OG-AG-AM(Residents at Garden View, Oak Grove, Arden Manor, Emerald Manor, Hyde Park, & Aspen Glen)

CPY Participation Wavier & Release

Are you looking for a scholarship?  If your child is on free/reduced lunch, or if you have financial need, please contact us at 651-633-6464 to find if you qualify for a scholarship.

Our Programs

We offer programming for middle school-aged youth during the school year and summer.  Each day is filled with a variety of activities for the youth to participate in, including recreational games, service learning projects, leadership training, art activities, cooking projects and fieldtrips.  During the school year, Teen Nights are offered Friday evenings at the New Brighton Family Service Center.  These nights are free to CPY-registered youth and are a great chance to hang out with friends while taking part in tons of fun activities.

Middle School Programs

School Year Programming (2:45pm – 5:30pm)
Programming for middle schoolers is where we got our start, and it remains a vital part of our mission.  Our program provides your youth (grades 6-8) with an exciting, challenging place to go after school.  While with us, your child will be involved in unique programs that stimulate them socially, emotionally and academically.

  • With a 1:10 staff to child ratio, you can know that your child will get plenty of personal attention.
  • Located at Christ the King Lutheran Church, we’re just 2 blocks from Highview Middle School – within easy walking distance.
  • A healthy, daily snack and milk is provided to help fuel your child through the rest of their day.
  • We plan engaging educational activities, including group work and homework help, along with plenty of exercise and free time.

Youth get to choose the activities in which they want to participate, including gym games, pool, foosball, computer games, homework help, cooking, art projects, leadership training, theatre activities, service projects and much, much more.  The best part? It’s all FREE! Bring a friend and come see what we’re all about!

Summer Fun 2015 starts here!
Ummm…isn’t it too early to be thinking about this?  Absolutely not! We start planning our summer months ahead of time, making sure we have a location and many of the details worked out long before spring flowers start blooming.  Summers bring some of our wildest fun, and it takes some time to make that kind of fun happen!  We’d love to have you join us, so stay tuned here as we post our plans.  Our plans for Summer 2012 include the return of programs 5 days a week, Monday – Friday. Morning programs will also be returning, with drop-off times starting as early as 7:30am; afternoon programs run from 12:00pm until 5:30pm…a great match with summer school.

Just a few of our program features:

  • Daily lunch and snack
  • Twice-weekly field trips
  • Theme-based, age-appropriate enrichment activities
  • Daily outdoor activities (as weather permits)
  • Transportation to and from home or summer school for those who require it
  • Lots of flexibility!

Each week features one day spent at Long Lake or Snail Lake Regional Park and at least one day on a fieldtrip to places like local fish & wildlife preserves, the MN Science Museum, Hugo Animal Farm and so much more! Our “on-site” (non-field trip) days are spent doing a variety of activities such as recreational games, arts and crafts, cooking and music lessons.  Your kids will have a blast!

Worried that our rates don’t work with your budget?

There are many, many scholarships available for families, so give us a call!  Applying for your scholarship is really as easy as making a phone call (not tons of paperwork), and we work hard to make the program work for you and your budget.

All Families…

  • Can take advantage of our sibling discounts (20% off the regular weekly fee) – great for larger families.
  • Have access to limited, partial scholarships and our sliding scale.  Proof of income is required.  Please call to inquire about our sliding scale rates.
  • Ramsey County childcare is accepted.  Want more information about this?  Just Contact Us!

We hope you’ll consider joining us this upcoming summer as we plan to shatter the record for the most fun you can have in one day!

Elementary School Programs

 

Garden View
In addition to assisting at local schools, CPY also provides elementary programming at Garden View for residents on Monday through Friday from 3:30-5:30pm, including longer programming on most school holidays.  Our program offers social activities (such as team building games), tutoring opportunities, field trips to places like the Eagles’ Nest and Hansen Park, volunteering and lots of recreational time.  The cost is free, so if you are a resident of Garden View, come see what we have to offer!

Summer Fun 2015 starts here!
Kids just want to have fun…which works out great for us, because that’s what we want to do this summer, too.  We’d love to have you join us as we plan some wild new excursions for all our kids this summer.  We have programs available 5 days a week, Monday – Friday. Morning programs are returning, with drop-off times starting as early as 7:30am; afternoon programs run from 12:00pm until 5:30pm…a great match with summer school.

Just a few of our program features:

  • Daily lunch and snack
  • Twice-weekly field trips
  • Theme-based, age-appropriate enrichment activities
  • Daily outdoor activities (as weather permits)
  • Transportation to and from home or summer school for those who require it*
  • Lots of flexibility!

Each week features one day spent at Long Lake or Snail Lake Regional Park and at least one day on a fieldtrip to places like local fish & wildlife preserves, the MN Science Museum, Hugo Animal Farm and so much more! Our “on-site” (non-field trip) days are spent doing a variety of activities such as recreational games, arts and crafts, cooking and music lessons.  Your kids will have a blast!

Transportation
Just $12/week for transportation to/from home.  Call for details!*

Worried that our rates don’t work with your budget? 

There are many, many scholarships available for families like yours, so give us a call!  Applying for your scholarship is really as easy as making a phone call (not tons of paperwork), and we work hard to make the program work for you and your budget.

All Families…

  • Can take advantage of our sibling discounts (20% off the regular weekly fee) – great for larger families.
  • Have access to limited, partial scholarships and our sliding scale.  Proof of income is required.  Please call to inquire about our sliding scale rates.
  • Ramsey County childcare is accepted.  Want more information about this?  Just Contact Us!

*PLEASE NOTE that additional transportation fees will apply for those who live outside the 55112 area.  Most youth are picked up within two blocks of their home.