Ballard Boys & Girls Club
1767 N.W. 64th
Seattle, WA 98107
Phone: 206.783.5775 or 206.436.1870
Hours of Operation
Morning School Year Program: 7 a.m. until school starts
Afternoon School Year Program: End of school day until 6:30 p.m.
Summer Program And Full Day Care: 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sara Roylance—Director of Licensed Programs
Don Lathrop—Assistant Director of Licensed Programs
Marcus Jackson—Education Coordinator
Kara Spoelstra—Administrative Assistant
Step 1. Contact us to determine availability, either by phone (206-783-5775) or email (Kara Spoelstra
Step 2. Fill out our Registration Packet
. Forms must be completed to reserve a spot in school year and summer programs:
Additional Medical Paperwork:
- School Year Contract (Required)
- Four-page Registration Form (Required)
- Immunization Form (Required)
- Authorization for Direct Withdrawal (Optional)
If your child has behavioral or emotional needs, known allergies, asthma or will need to be given medication, the following forms are required. Please bring these in along with EpiPens, inhalers, or other medication your child requires. Be sure and review our Family Handbook for complete information on our Medication Policy.
Medical Authorization Form
This forms is for any medication, aside from sun screen or hand sanitizer, you require us to give your child. This includes medication we keep on hand such as inhalers or EpiPens or daily medication. For occasional day-time medication delivery, bring this form with the medication.
Fee Sheet 2017-2018
For known allergies or intolerance to foods, etc. you will need your child's doctor to assist in completing the report.Individual Plan of Care
Please fill out this form for children with specialized behavioral or medical needs. Each individual plan is a collaboration between the parent/guardian and our child care staff to best serve your child.
Children with severe reaction to allergies need to have an emergency plan before their first day of care. Health Care Provider signature will be required.
- Fill this out if you would like your child to use your personal sunscreen instead of sunscreen from the club