Posted: Thursday, July 19th 2012 at 2:53pm
Boys & Girls Clubs to provide Gainesville schools with after-school service
GAINESVILLE - The Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County has been selected as the after-school care provider for the five Gainesville City elementary schools.
The Clubs will offer after-school programs that will focus on these areas:
*Academics - homework help and tutoring
*Healthy Lifestyles – Club Fit program, recreational sports, and nutritional education
*Character & Citizenship – enrichment activities to encourage community engagement and strong character
The award of after-school programs was made after an open Request for Proposals from youth agencies, according to school system officials.
Registration will be held at the Positive Place Club, July 30-Aug. 8 and at open house at the schools on Aug. 9 from 11:00-1:00 or from 4:00-6:00.
Fees for the program are as follows:
*Annual Club Membership Fee: $40
*Weekly Fee (School sites only): $20 per child
The Boys & Girls Clubs are currently a 21st Century Grant partner with Gainesville Exploration Academy and Lyman Hall Elementary. Fair Street Elementary was awarded a Clubs extension site designation by Boys & Girls Clubs of America in 2011 and New Holland Core Knowledge Academy was recently awarded a Club extension site designation as well.
Both Gainesville Exploration Academy and Fair Street are Atlanta Falcons Fit Zone and the Carol White Physical Education Program (PEP) partners.
For more information, contact Christine Brosky 770-536-5275 or Steven Mickens 770-532-8102
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