Monday-Friday, 2:00pm-6:00pm with extended hours available for teens.
Traditional Schools: Andrews, Highland, Hillcrest, Grove Park, Newlin, Smith, Turrentine, Broadview, Williams, Cummings and Graham High
Year-Round Schools: Eastlawn, Haw River, North Graham, South Graham and Graham Middle
Charter School: River Mill Academy
Traditional Schools: $25.00 per week/$100.00 per month; teacher workdays--$15.00 per day (includes fieldtrip/activity)
Year-Round Schools: $25.00 per week/$100.00 per month; intercession--$15.00 per day/$50.00 per week
1. Power Hour and Project Learn – Project Learn is an evidence-based, comprehensive program strategy. Through this program, Club staff and volunteers use all the areas and programs in the Club to create opportunities for these high-yield learning activities. These activities include leisure reading and writing activities, homework help and tutoring, games that develop young people's cognitive skills, discussions with knowledgeable adults and helping others.
2. Be Great Graduate – An evidenced-based Boys and Girls Club of America (BGCA) program. This program was developed to assist teachers and parents with a third party (Boys & Girls Clubs). Members are paired with a mentor and “forced” to talk about their academic successes and challenges, thus creating an environment in which the member wants to please and succeed academically.
3. SmartMoves & SmartKids - Skills Mastery and Resistance Training (SMART) program is a nationally acclaimed prevention program. Participants are exposed to various activities designed to hone their decision-making and critical-thinking skills, as well as to learn how to avoid and/or resist alcohol, tobacco, other drugs and premature sexual activity. We have two Nationally Trained Staff Members who teach this program with the assistance of volunteers.
4. SMART Girls - National BGCA Program designed to meet the developmental needs of girl’s ages 8 to 12 and 13 to 17. In small group settings, the focus is on health, fitness, prevention/education and self-esteem enhancement. Through dynamic sessions, highly participatory activities, field trips and mentoring opportunities with adult women, Club girls explore their own and societal attitudes and values as they build skills for eating right, staying physically fit, obtaining good health care and developing positive relationships with peers and adults. This program is currently being taught by an Alamance-Burlington School Teacher.
5. Triple Play - A game plan for the mind, body and soul is a dynamic program that demonstrates how eating right, keeping fit and forming positive relationships adds up to a healthy lifestyle.
6. StreetSmart - This is a program designed for 11 to 14 year olds which focuses on gang awareness/resistance, self-esteem, peer helpers and diversity. Developed by BGCA, this program has had some great results.
Please contact The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club for more information at (336) 226-4462.