In Kirkland's STEAM program, kids experience the connection between academic lessons and real world applications with tailored programming to their interests.
North Beach 3rd through 5th graders practice leadership skills by planning, organizing, and facilitating 6-week Mini Clubs for younger Club members.
Middle schoolers at Robert Eagle Staff set an example for our community of how to support and respect our neighbors.
Dr. Vanessa Hara recalls her Club experience and the strong mentorship that gave her confidence to pursue her dreams.
Collaboration Between Club and School Though the Hamilton International Middle School Boys & Girls Club has only been operating for the past year, the school and Club have developed an incredibly close partnership in that time. The two groups collaborate to provide consistent resources and attention for kids to keep them on track academically and socially. Boys & Girls Clubs began operating out of the school with a six-week summer camp in 2018, involving Seattle Public School teachers and targeting
Sacajawea Torch Club's young members (kindergarten through 5th grade) are motivated to improve their communities and help others. Recently, the kids raised $600 for new mats at Sacajawea Elementary's gym, selling baked goods they made themselves at the Club. Since then, the kids have taken an interest in and are learning all about animals. On Wednesday May 15, Brenna from Pasado's Safe Haven came to talk to the Sacajawea Torch Club about how they can help animals in need. Pasado's
Come out and celebrate the last middle school dance of the year at Mercer Island! Grades: 6th - 8th Date: Friday, May 31, 2019 Time: 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Price: $5 for members / $10 for non-members ASB Card required for entry Dance Policies Flyer
Hours Of Operation Afternoon Program: End of school day until 6:30 p.m. Daily Afternoon Schedule 2:25 – Kids arrive, Kindergarten-1st grade are picked up outside by their counselors. Free Play outside till 3:00. 3:00-3:30 – Snack is served family style in each room. 3:30-4:00 – Depending on the age group, kids will either begin Power Hour or another activity. 4:00-5:00 – Kids begin their second activity, which may include: gym time, computer lab time, art activity, cooking activity etc. 5:00-5:40
Keystone is a wonderful part of Boys & Girls Clubs across the country. This student-led community service group focuses on helping high schoolers aid their communities where they see need. Just like the Clubs themselves, each Keystone is a little different, a fact worth highlighting and celebrating. Keystone members at the Ballard Club are essential helpers with events like Turkeyfest and monthly Parents Nights Out. Yet despite all that Keystone does around the Ballard Club, until this year there was
Join your friends, colleagues, and fellow community leaders at this magical event supporting kids in greater Seattle. You’ll enjoy fantastic food and drinks, as well as the chance to bid on hundreds of dazzling auction items. Immerse yourself in botanical beauty at the brand-new Hyatt Regency in Downtown Seattle. Put on your party clothes and dancing shoes; we can’t wait to see you! Register 🌿 Join the Celebration! Become a Table Captain Sponsorship Opportunities Download Procurement Form