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PROGRAMMING

We offer a diverse roster of programs through Boys and Girls Clubs of America and local community partners. These programs strive to develop a foundation of healthy lifestyles, civic engagement, community leadership, and academic achievement amongst our members through courses such as:

  • Smart Moves - positive decision making
  • MindWorks - interactive, multi-sensory project-based learning experience
  • Money Matters - financial literacy program
  • SPARK - research based physical education
  • Power Hour mandatory daily homework & study period with academic resources and tutoring

Parent Night

Your kids are really important to us. So are you. The Parent Night series was designed to strengthen the partnership between the Boys and Girls Club and you, the parents of the kids we serve. We know you want your child to grow up to be a healthy, intelligent, and compassionate adult. So do we. As partners in this effort, we want to use our resources to provide tools and knowledge to support you. Each Parent Night will focus on a different topic each month that will help you tackle some of the greatest challenges that come with being a parent.

PARTNERSHIPS

Project Grows

A 10-acre, youth-oriented community farm in the rolling hills of Augusta County, Virginia, on Berry Farm Road. Project Grows is a non-profit whose mission is to improve the overall health of children and youth in Staunton, Waynesboro and Augusta County through community farming that includes hands-on experience, nutrition education, and access to healthy food.

Central Shenandoah Valley Office on Youth

A regional local government office providing services and programming in the areas of Family Services, Employment Training, Supplemental Education, Juvenile Crime Control, Teen Pregnancy Prevention, Gang Prevention, and Substance Abuse Prevention.

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