See Pre-K program information here. Tuition & Fees Registration And Membership Fees     K-5th School Year Registration Fee:  $35   Boys & Girls Clubs of King County Membership:  $50     K-5th Licensed Programs : Monthly Tuition           Early Schools  Late Schools  Before School:  $325 $345 After School Monday-Friday:  $630 $560 After School Monday/Wednesday/Friday:  $440 $425 After School Tuesday/Thursday:  $320 $305  Transportation:  $75   $75     Per day of No-School Day Care:  $65   Before School Drop-in:  $35   After School Drop-in:  $50  

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SUMMER OPEN AND CLOSED DATES  The first day of summer camp is Monday, June 20.  We are closed on Monday, July 4th. (This week will be pro-rated).  The last week of camp is August 22-26.  We will be closed the week before the first day of school (August 29-September 2).  Priority summer registration for currently enrolled Ballard after school families will open on Tuesday, February 1st at 7pm. Those who attended an athletic program in the 2021-22 school year will have priority registration for athletic camps

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Join one of our many athletics programs to keep your youngsters moving through the year! The Ballard Boys & Girls Club offers a wide variety of sports leagues and camps throughout the year designed for beginner to intermediate players. You can request to play with friends or have us find a team for your child. We're always looking for volunteer coaches, feel free to contact  Dennis Ho if you're interested in coaching your child or passionate about coaching in your community.  

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Overview The Club's youth development program, or "Drop-in," has been serving families for over 70 years, providing a safe and positive place for kids ages 5 to 18 to go after school and during non-school days.  Participants can expect a daily schedule that includes unstructured and structured gym games, homework help, a snack, quiet time, small-group activities, activities in the computer lab, arts & crafts, and free time. There is a separate programming area for teens. Our adult-to-youth ratio is approximately 1:15, including

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Pre-K Our program offers a supportive environment for children so they can learn and have fun. We use the Creative Curriculum for a holistic approach and focus on different themes each week. The Social/Emotional, Physical, Cognitive and Language skills learned as a preschooler will prepare them for kindergarten, giving them the necessary experience for a great start to their scholastic career.​ At the Club, Pre-K kids will: Gain social, emotional, and life skills by participating in fun and challenging activities each day. Learn to identify feelings and

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MMR Vaccination Requirements Because of the new EHB 1638, Club members must now provide immunization forms for the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine. Learn more about the bill and how to comply with this new policy here. Based on your circumstances, you may need to submit one of the following forms: Certification of Immunization Certification of Exemption K-5th Our after-school program serves the Lake Washington School District, where we pick up kids from the following schools each afternoon: Carson Elementary

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Seattle Kraken Visit to the Rotary Club The Rotary Club gym was filled with hockey sticks clashing and kids cheering on August 25, as Coach Kyle from the Seattle Kraken, the new NHL team, came to excite Club members about hockey and teach them some basic skills. About thirty youth ages 9 - 12 participated in the hockey lessons and games, all eager to share what they knew about hockey. “Be careful you don’t fall because hockey is usually on

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Prep for your next job with Virtual Job Readiness Workshops!   Download the Flyer here   Trainings take place on Zoom for ages 14-21: June 23, 2021 - Wednesday 3:30PM - 4:30PM - Basic Work Skills Workshop 4:30PM - 5:30PM - Resume Review & Interview Skills   June 24, 2021 - Thursday 3:30PM - 4:30PM - Basic Work Skills Workshop 4:30PM - 5:30PM - Resume Review & Interview Skills   July 7, 2021 - Wednesday 3:30PM - 4:30PM - Basic

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Empower LGBTQ Youth Through Inclusive Practices Posted 06/17/2019 by Boys & Girls Clubs of America I grew up in a rural town. My parents were super strict and held many traditionally conservative values. From an early age, I remember feeling different from family and friends in a way that I couldn’t quite articulate, but I sensed that it wasn’t safe to explore or examine my identity. In high school, an English teacher introduced me to early feminist texts and other

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Carter’s Pride: Trans Youth Finds Support at His Club Posted 06/29/2020 by Boys & Girls Clubs of America Ever since I was a little kid, a little “girl”, I knew something was different about me. Even as a child I knew it was a little abnormal to be upset or sad when someone referred to me as a female or she/her. I wasn’t sure why I was upset to be seen this way, but what I did know was that

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