Now summer is here and members aren't just staring at their chromebooks and zoom lessons any more, Club has got a lot more exciting, and with fun comes activities! If you don't trust your 5 year old to give you 100% reliable information on the weekly schedule, here are a few ways to ensure that you keep up to date with the goings on at Club.
The phone has been ringing off the hook for the past month as understandably parents want to know about their options for the summer. And options are limited this year. The FRC and the City will not be running their programs. LTCC have a fantastic selection of summer programs, and the Presbyterian Church will be running their summer camps, but the Club is the only program running for all school age groups for full days.
Having heard rumors that a move to phase 3 might occur after Spring Break and that it might just be K-2nd initially, it was a great surprise to receive the announcement from the School District that all elementary grades would be returning to in-person half days in less than a week. But if the past 12 months have taught us anything, it is how to [...]
It is true that idle hands or minds can lead to trouble, but even more importantly, idle minds can result in a decrease in educational attainment. Studies have indicated that a child that does no academics over the summer will take until Halloween to be back at their pre-summer level. Here at the Club we do an hour of 'Brain Gain' every day of the summer. Simple, fun but educational activities that focus on reading and math. Doing Brain Gain ensures that our members retain all their learning from the prior school year and start the new year ready for the next level.