YOU MUST MAINTAIN 80% DAILY ATTENDANCE, FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN YOUR SPOT BEING FILLED DUE TO LIMITED CAPACITY. THIS PROGRAM WILL NOT START UNTIL THE COORDINATOR OF YOUR SITE REACHES OUT TO YOU.
LEBANON CCLC SITES
5th & 6th Grade
305 S 5th St, Lebanon, OR 97355
Lebanon Middle School
6th - 8th Grade
626 S Second St, Lebanon, OR 97355
Lebanon High School
9th & 10th Grade
1700 South 5th Street, Lebanon, OR 97355
SWEET HOME CCLC SITES
Sweet Home Elementary
5th & 6th Grade
890 18th Ave, Sweet Home, OR 97386
Sweet Home Junior High
7th & 8th Grade
880 22nd Ave, Sweet Home, OR 97386
Sweet Home High School
9th & 10th Grade
1641 Long St, Sweet Home, OR 97386
What is the CCLC Program?
- The CCLC Program serves youth from 5th grade up to 10th grade, and it administers and provides funding for the establishment of community learning centers to provide before and after school, and/or summer school academic enrichment opportunities for students attending high priority schools to help them meet local and state academic standards in subjects such as reading and mathematics.
- Headed by the Program Director, each of our six sites is led by its own Site Coordinator and has Youth Development Professionals serving kids directly. Other assistance may be provided by Teacher's or IA's.
- Each CCLC site will strive to address issues that were identified in our April 2018 community needs assessment which found needs for assistance in academic proficiency, homework help, graduation rates, character education and enrichment and physical activities. The CCLC program will also work on the specific requests from parents for increased involvement in their child's education, poor community health ratings and issues of food insecurity.
-Each Student registered will be provided a full meal, homework help, and daily enrichment opportunities
Want to refer a student to our CCLC program? Online registration can be completed on sportsengine, or feel free to contact our 21st CCLC Project Director, Brittany Flint, via email at Brittanyflint@bgcgreatersantiam.org or via phone at 541-367-6421.
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.
Lebanon Elementary: September 7, 2022 -June 9, 2023(M-F)
Lebanon Teen Center: September 7, 2022-June 9, 2023(M-F)
Lebanon High School: September 26, 2022 - June 9, 2023 (M-Th)
Sweet Home Elementary: September 6, 2022-June 9, 2023(M-F)
Sweet Home Junior High: September 6, 2022-June 9, 2023(M-F)
Sweet Home High School: September 26, 2022-June 9, 2023 (M-Th)
5th-10th grade students
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: Do my child(ren) need to wear masks?
A: No, not at this time.
Select an option to continue with the registration.