Teen members from our Ballard and Wallingford Clubs recap their experience at the National Keystone Conference in Orlando, Florida, where they gained skills in and bonded over community service with groups across the country.
Through a five-month long fundraising campaign, Ballard & Wallingford teens are going to the National Keystone Conference!
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
Congrats to our 2019 Jr. Youth of the Year! These outstanding elementary and middle schoolers are truly amazing!
Join us in celebrating these staff all-stars who provide consistent and thoughtful support for young people at our Clubs!
At Youth of the Quarter, members across our Clubs are honored and celebrated for their achievements and contributions in the areas of academic excellence, healthy lifestyles, and good character & citizenship.
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
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By learning skills to manage emotions, set goals, establish relationships, and make responsible decisions, kids are more likely to thrive in school and life.
I have grown from someone unwilling to leave her bubble of security into someone who thrives on the thrill of trying new things and the excitement of meeting new people.