Parkpoint’s Junior Club provides a stimulating, fun environment and quality care for our members’ children. We welcome children ages 3 months to 12 years, and carefully limit our child-to-staff ratio to ensure a safe and pleasant stay. All staff members are experienced child care workers who have had background checks and are CPR-certified. Your children are welcome to bring special blankets or snuggles to make their stay more comfortable. We also encourage children to bring snacks or meals for snack break.
Junior Club usage is available to members while they work out for a maximum visit of two hours. Reservations are highly recommended and may be made up to 48 hours in advance. Members can choose between a monthly membership, punch card, or an hourly $3 drop-in fee. Call your club for reservations and applicable rates.
Children age 11 and up are invited to take advantage of our free Teen Fitness Certification. Review our CLUB GUIDELINES FOR JUNIORS.
Child Care Schedule:
- This program is currently paused.
OUR CHILD CARE STAFF
Jay graduated from Sacramento City College with a major in Health and Human Services and a minor in Child Development. He is bilingual Spanish/English. He has worked at Parkpoint since 2011 in the Jr. Club, and also works away from Parkpoint in Elder Care Development Administration. Jay enjoys working with children, enriching their experiences by cultivating a positive learning and teaching environment. In his spare time, his interests include listening to music, 80s trivia, working out and taking road trips.
Denise retired to Sonoma in 2010. She has two years of early childhood education classes from San Francisco State and worked in the co-op nursery school system as a parent and board member. She has three grandchildren in Napa. Her hobbies are sewing, dancing, any water sport, and walking her dog.
Celia has lived in Sonoma since 1988 and has two adult children. She works in several departments at Parkpoint, but her overwhelming favorite is Junior Club. She enjoys interacting with the kids. “For some of them, it’s their first time in a child care setting, and I strive to make the experience enjoyable for them.”
Your kids will be in good hands with Lee Walker. She’s worked with kids for five years at both daycare centers and as a nanny. “It’s my passion. They all are unique and have their cute personalities, which makes it fun.” Lee’s plan is to go back to school to enter the child care field.