Torch Club: character, service, and leadership program for members 4th-6th grades
STEAM: projects and experiences in the areas of science, technology, engineering, art and/or mathematics designed to enhance members’ understanding of the world around them.
Kids4Kindness: a program designed around teaching members the importance of being a kind and positive influence in their Community, School, Club, and Home.
Girls Only: Each week will be an activity for girls only- encouraging positive choices, promoting positive self-image, and building relationships.
Guys Only: Each week will be an activity for guys only- encouraging positive choices, promoting positive self-image, and building relationships.
YouTubers: a program designed to allow members to express themselves, address specific needs around the Club, or just have fun on camera. The content is selected weekly by a staff member. ***Follow us on YouTube – Nothing 2 Do***
K-2 & 3-5: Staff will be available in the Homework Rooms from 3:10p-5:30p, Monday – Thursday.
Teens: Dedicated space in the Teen Room will be provided from 3:45p-4:15p, Monday – Thursday; Teen Members may work on homework any time between 3:45p-5:30p.
The Club provides space for the members to complete their homework, and a staff member is available to assist if the member advocates a need. As with all programs at the Club, staff can encourage members to take advantage of this opportunity, but staff cannot require a member’s participation.
The Gym is open 3:45p-5:30p, Monday – Friday. The space is supervised by staff members at all times. Staff members facilitate physical activities that engage the members in healthy lifestyles, teach sportsmanship, and provide opportunities for relationship building.
“Sportsman of the Week”: a member who was selected by staff based on his or her outstanding teamwork, leadership, positive interactions, and overall character from the previous week picks the game on Monday.
*Opportunities for “Free Gym” are announced to the members once the scheduled program is completed.
The Computer Cart, also known as “Cart on Wheels” (COW) is used throughout the week for various programming opportunities.
Members have access to the COW for independent electronic play when scheduled programs for the day are complete and if a staff member is available to supervise. The Club has a Technology Agreement Policy that must be signed off on by member and parent in order for the member to participate in independent electronic play.