Welcome to The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Santiam 2022/2023 After School Registration!
There will be an Open House/Fun Night/Parent Orientation on September 1, 2022 at 5-7pm at the Lebanon Clubhouse &
September 2, 2022 at 5-7pm at the Sweet Home Clubhouse.
Sweet Home Location:
K-4th: 890 18th Ave, Sweet Home OR 97386
1st-4th**: 305 South 5th Street, Lebanon, OR, 97355
Kinder Club is a separate program in Lebanon
5th-6th is a separate program (see CCLC registration)
Every day hundreds of children participate in hands on fun activities that teach them how to be great and give back to the world they live in. From fun fitness activities and nutrition classes, to S.T.E.M. and art lessons, our members know all about having fun with a purpose.
· Bussing from schools
· Full meal upon arrival
· Safe and fun
Cost for program is based on a sliding scale. All families receive some type of scholarship.
Hours are after school - 6:00pm.
As a reminder the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Santiam has been operating programs safely since March 23, 2020. We follow rigorous regulations and requirements to keep our youth safe.
REGISTER ONCE AND PAYMENT WILL BE DUE EITHER WEEKLY/MONTHLY (PER YOUR PREFERENCE) BY THE END OF BUSINESS ON THURSDAY PRIOR TO YOUR CHILD(REN) ATTENDING.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Santiam is dedicated to helping create an economically vibrant and prosperous community where all children thrive, growing to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
We will succeed in this vision by fulfilling our mission to provide critical programs, services and opportunities designed to prepare any child for success – in school, work, post-secondary education and life.
*Early Release Days in Lebanon Approx. 1:00 pm
Based on a Sliding Scale
Current 2022 - 2023 1st through 4th graders will be allowed to attend.
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Regularly Asked Questions and Answers:
Q: Do I need to register my child(ren) in advance?
A: Yes, due to staffing needs and supply needs, we must know in advance
if your child is attending.
Q: Are scholarships available?
A: We are using a sliding scale approach to help subsidize the expense for
families who cannot afford the full fee. Scholarships are built into ALL
FEES. There is no fee charged that actually covers the expense of the
program for an individual child.
Q: Why are higher fees necessary?
A: There are many reasons that the Club has moved to a sliding scale
*Increased general costs for operations – including mandatory sick leave, higher healthcare costs, higher supply costs
*Investments in training and educating staff have increased dramatically over the past several years, the fee structure has never kept up with costs.
*Increased number of personnel required in order to keep staff and children safe including sanitizing, deep cleaning, check in / check out.
*Increased reporting requirements
The Club does not receive government funds, school district funds, or other tax based resources – we are dependent on giving in the community to provide low cost programs for your children. COVID-19 (for a time) eliminated, our ability to fundraise / create revenue to support the organization.
Q: What about foster families?
A: As always, we do not charge fees for service to foster children. This
is thanks to a generous local donor!
Q: When is payment due?
A: The Club’s programs are all pay in advance – we do not have a billings
office (although currently we are sending out courtesy weekly/monthly
invoices via email). You must pay for the weeks/month you need access
by the Thursday before the week/month registered. You will receive an
invoice via email as soon as is feasibly possible (usually the Tuesday prior
to due date). Please pay in a timely manner.
Please see images below!
Select an option to continue with the registration.