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After-School Drop In Program

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Drop-In Program:

Members in K-6th grade will love coming to the Club Monday through Friday after school for a fun-filled afternoon! The Club offers a variety of programs designed to increase academic success, build character and citizenship and promote healthy lifestyles. Activities include homework help, board games, art projects, cooking and gym activities! Members enjoy a snack, play games and create friendships that will last a lifetime.

Sample Daily Schedule:

2:30-3:45 p.m.   Snack & Free time in gym/outside or games room

3:45-4:30 p.m.   K & 1st-2nd grade in Power Hour, 3rd-4th & 5th-6th afternoon activity time.

4:30-5:15 p.m.   3rd-4th grade Power Hour, K, 1st-2nd & 5th-6th afternoon activity time. (active/non-active)

5:15-6:00 p.m.   5th-6th grade Power Hour, K, 1st-2nd & 3rd-4th afternoon activity time. (active/non-active)

6:00-7:00 p.m.   Free Time in spaces

Registration:
Registration is only complete once paperwork has been filled out turned into the Club.

Step 1- Create an account & get your membership Create/renew membership HERE​
Step 2- Complete registration paperwork
Step 3- Return paperwork to Club via email or in person . It typically takes 48 hours for paperwork to be processed. If you haven't heard from the Club, please contact us at ns@positiveplace.org
Step 4- Once accepted into program receive an email or phone call from NSBGC

Transportation:
Transportation is provided by the Seattle Public School District. Please contact them at 206.252.0900 to arrange drop off to the Club. NSBGC address is - 8635 Fremont Ave N Seattle, WA 98103.

Membership and Drop In Fees:
The membership fee for the 2016-2017 Membership Year is $50.  The membership fee must be paid at the time of registration.

*2017-2018 fees:  There is a monthly fee for members attending the daily Drop-in program.  A monthly fee of $100 per month or a daily fee of $15/day will be assessed for all members.  Scholarships are available.  Please contact Club Executive Director, Joan Caldon, for more information about scholarships. 

September-June
Time: Afterschool- 7 p.m.
Grades: K-6th

Clubs & Classes  

The North Seattle Boys & Girls Club offers a wide array of clubs and classes for members to participate in. Current offerings are: SMART Girls, Wise Guys, Triple Play, art, gardening, technology, cooking, and music. Please call the Club for upcoming classes and clubs, 206.436.1850.

Times: Vary by class/Club

Grade: K-6, often targeted by grade, depending on the class

Cost: FREE

SMART Girls/Wise Guys 

SMART Girls and Wise Guys are targets programs that aim to provide girls and boys the right information and​​ the right support at the right time. The interactive, engaging, small-group sessions engender camaraderie while also encouraging each member to explore and express their individuality through discussions, hands-on games and activities, role-play, take-home challenges and activities, and collaborative decision-making and problem-solving.

Who: Members who identify as female (she/her/hers) are encouraged to participate in SMART Girls

          Members who identify as male (he/him/his) are encouraged to participate in Wise Guys

Grades: 3rd-4th Grade & 5th-6th Grades;
Dates: Fall Session October -November 2017
            Winter Session January -February 2018
            Spring Session April -June 2018
Cost: FREE

Funky Chicken Club

Join us, for fun in our outdoor educational space, including our garden and chicken coop. Members also learn how to care for and feed our chickens, clean their living space and come up with fun ways to incorporate the eggs into healthy eating. 

Days: Monday-Friday

Grades: K-6th Grade 

Triple Play

Triple Play Leadership Clubs are youth leadership groups in Boys & Girls Clubs that promote physical fitness, service, and healthy eating habits while helping youth interact positively with peers.

2 sessions:

October-December 2017

January-March 2018 

Kids in the Kitchen/ENERGY offered by Junior League of Seattle

The goal of the Junior Leagues' Kids in the Kitchen initiative is to empower youth to make healthy lifestyle choices and help reverse the growth of childhood obesity and its associated health issues. Junior League of Seattle provides lessons and demonstrations related to preparation of healthy meals and snacks.

When: TBD

E.N.E.R.G.Y.'s goals are to educate and help children (and their parents) to improve their health and wellness. We will introduce education on fitness and healthy living, as well as how to live an active lifestyle and stay physically fit.

When: 1st Friday of each month

Power Hour

Power Hour is a Boys & Girls Club Essential. Every member is expected to participate in at least 45 minutes of Power Hour homework help Monday – Thursday. Power Hour balances structure and consistent homework help routine with high-yield learning activities for variety, excitement and spontaneity that boosts our members' academic success. If you would like further information, please contact Jesse Bernstein​, Education Director.

No member will be denied access to our programs due to financial restrictions. Please contact the Club to apply for a scholarship, 206.436.1850.