After School SERVICES

 

The following highlight some of the activities we offer

 
 
Youth members enjoying "Power Hour" homework support initiative.

Youth members enjoying "Power Hour" homework support initiative.

Daily Homework Support

Our "Power Hour" initiative is an incentive based homework assistance program. Youth between the ages of 6-11 are required to dedicate 1 hour each day at the Clubhouse towards the completion of their school assignments or other educational activities. Kids earn points for meeting learning goals and can redeem points for toys, gift cards and school supplies.

Staff are present to help make it enjoyable, assist each child and support the building of good study habits

 
Daily, fun, physical activities

Daily, fun, physical activities

Healthy Lifestyle & Wellness Activities

We offer an array of daily programming activities that promote the development of healthy lifestyles. Activities include:

  • Cultural Based Gardening
  • Seed to Table Education
  • Recreational Sports
  • "Walking School Bus"
  • Daily Physical Activity
 

Nutritional Supplementation

Seeing a need to help supplement the food nutrition of our kids, we currently serve a healthy snack daily at all of our site locations, free of charge.

We have found that some of our kids on Island are utilizing school not only for educational learning, they utilize the school meal program as a primary source of their food supplementation. Please click the button below for ways you can support this program.

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Youth of the Year participants Tyler Nahinu and Elisha Stutes gain insight and understanding from meeting with Representative Evans and Senator Inouye.

Youth of the Year participants Tyler Nahinu and Elisha Stutes gain insight and understanding from meeting with Representative Evans and Senator Inouye.

Leadership Development and Character Building

Club youth are encouraged to look to the future and contribute to their communities. The Youth of the Year program celebrates the extraordinary achievements of Club youth. Through essays and public speeches, candidates illustrate how they have turned aspirations into actions and overcome tremendous personal obstacles to achieve success.
 

For more information contact: jasmineb@bgcbi.org
or call 808-961-5536.

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