Safe Sitter® prepares students in grades 6-8+ to be safe when they’re home alone, watching younger siblings, or babysitting. Students learn life-saving skills such as how to rescue someone who is choking, and helpful information like what to do if there is severe weather. The lessons are filled with fun activities and role-playing exercises. Manual included. Bring a sack dinner.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Safe Sitter will have a maximum of eight participants, masks will be required by both the participants and instructor, and rescue breaths will not be performed on CPR mannequins. Although we will be physically distanced, this class will still be peer-interactive through games and activities. Please refer to our complete list of health and safety procedures below.
After completing registration, please download and complete the Student Registration Form below.
|Dec. 28-30||9:00 am-1:00 pm||Southeast Y||$80 per Y member/$110 per non-member||Register|
Southeast Y Play and Learn Coordinator
Health and Safety Procedures
Temperature Checks/Health Screenings
All Volunteers and Y Staff - Will complete temperature check and respond to the health screening questions upon arrival.
Youth Participants – Will complete temperature check and guardian of participants will be required to answer the health screening questions at the time of arrival.
Staff, Volunteers, Family Members, All Others -
• Anyone coming into the Y is required to wear a mask.
Youth Participants -
• Participants are required to wear the masks at all times.
Staff and Volunteers -
• Staff and volunteers are required to wear the mask at all times.
Social Distancing and Spacing
Staff, Spectators, and Family Members, All Others -
• Maintaining the six foot social distancing must be adhered to.
• Participants will not share supplies.
• Participants and staff will wear gloves while performing chest compressions on CPR manikins.
• Participants and staff will wear gloves when practicing diapering on manikins.
• Participants and staff will not perform rescue breathes when practicing CPR.
• Participants will not give physical high fives or other physical positive reinforcement contact with other participants, staff, or volunteers.
• End of practice or recognition of a skill or behavior done well will be recognized with air high fives or with a positive verbal acknowledgement.
• The cleaning/disinfecting of equipment will be completed prior to the start of the program and at the end of day.
• Staff, volunteers, and participants are to wash hands prior to start of the program.
• Participants and staff will wash their hands prior to transitioning between different activities.
• We encourage participants to bring a small bottle of hand sanitizer.
Food and Water Bottles
• Participants are encouraged to bring and be responsible for their own water bottle.
• Participants, staff, and volunteers will be responsible for providing their own meal.
Health and Wellbeing
• Participants are to stay home if not feeling well.