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Brianna Scott is Y Out of School Learning supervisor at LES

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Brianna “Bri” Scott is the Site Supervisor at the Y’s Liberty Elementary School Out of School Learning program. She also assists at the Y Early Learning Academy a few times each week.

“I have been with the Duneland YMCA since November, 2018.” Brianna said, “and I have been loved every minute of it! I am excited to continue my career and education with this amazing organization. I love the kids and parents that I work with and being a part of the special moments the children share with us. I have always had a passion for youth and being a part of children’s education, growth and development.”

During high school, Bri pursued a vocational program for early childhood education that taught her a hands-on approach in the classroom, how to create curriculums, lesson plans, as well as thorough training for children with special needs. “Teaching has always been and always will be my first love!” she said.

Born and raised in Porter County, Bri is married and has two children. “After becoming a mother, I realized how much I missed being a part of a classroom setting with little ones. I am excited to be a part of an organization that has a mission that I believe in and I’m proud of. I am looking forward to growing professionally with the Duneland YMCA!”

The YMCA before and after school program is available at all five Duneland Elementary Schools for children in kindergarten through 8th grade. The program runs Monday through Friday from 6:00 a.m. until the start of the school day and after school until 6:00 p.m. The Y believes that if children have the opportunity to explore new concepts in a safe place under the supervision of adult staff, they will have academic success, learn about health and wellness, develop 21st Century Skills, and become leaders within their communities.

In the Y’s before and after school program, kids improve their study habits and reading skills, build healthy physical activity habits, gain exposure to the arts, STEM experiments. Breakfast and snacks are provided. Children in Y programs never leave their school site until parent’s pick them up.

For more information or to register your child, contact Megan Sowers at (219) 921-0183 or

The Duneland Family YMCA has been serving the Duneland communities for more than fifty years focusing on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.



Posted 2/25/2019





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