Who can attend the Club: Youth age 6 (or completed kindergarten), through high school.
Enrollment for new members: Open Enrollment for new members began on Aug 21, 2017. All families wishing to enroll must do so, in person, at their corresponding Club. Waiting lists may apply. New members must enroll at the Club. Enroll your child by stopping by during open Club hours at your local Club. To save time, download forms for each child, fill them out and bring them to the Club. Please allow approximately 30 minutes to register.
membership renewal: All memberships expire on Aug 31, 2018 and must be renewed for the new school year. Current Club memberships are valid from September 1, 2017 to August 31st, 2018. All 2017 Summer Breeze Burlington memberships have expired and must be renewed. Renew your child’s membership by stopping by during open Club hours at your local Club. Burlington registrations are currently accepted at the admin office. To save time, download forms for each child, fill them out and bring them with you. Please allow approximately 30 minutes to register.
Just for Teens: Teen memberships are for youth entering Middle School or High School this fall. Teen memberships are only $10 a year and free for LaVenture & Mount Baker middle school students. Teen centers are open at the Club and at LaVenture and Mount Baker Middle Schools after school and during the summer. Select Fridays are for Teen Nights. We also welcome teen volunteers. It’s a great way for youth to get a jump start on their career path.
21st Century Sites: Funded by the 21st Century grant, these are Club sites located on the middle school campus at LaVenture and Mount Baker in Mount Vernon. These Clubs are open to students at the school, at no cost.
Club Hours: Individual Clubs hours vary, but are typically after school Monday-Friday till 6:00pm, including after school on early release days. We operate on select no school days from 7am to 6pm (morning fees apply). Summer hours vary, but are typically Monday-Friday from 7am to 6pm (morning fees apply). Clubs do not operate during Winter Break, on weekends, or on observed holidays. Spring Break availability is based on the number registered.
Drop-In Hours (school year): These hours are included with Club membership. Monday thru Friday, 2pm to 6pm (6:30 in Sedro-Woolley)(LaVenture & Mount Baker are closed on Fridays). Burlington is closed during the school year.
Summer Programs: We offer services Monday thru Friday in Anacortes, Mount Vernon, Burlington, and Sedro-Woolley, and at LaVenture Middle School, Monday thru Thursday. Weeks are themed with a full schedule of fun packed in.
Drop-In Hours (summer): These hours are included with Club membership. Monday thru Friday, 2pm to 6pm (6:30 in Sedro-Woolley). Burlington, M-F, 11:30am to 3pm. LaVenture & Mount Baker: M-Th 8am to 1pm.
Field Trips (summer): Field trips are included in our Extended Day Program from 7am to 6pm. All trips are in Washington state. Transportation leaves from the Clubhouse and returns to the Clubhouse. Snacks and lunches are also provided.
Early Release, Spring Break, Winter Break, and Holiday Closures: We offer services to youth on most early release days and no school days. We currently offer services during Spring Break, based on registrations. Because registrations are typically low, we no longer offer services during Winter Break, and observed holidays. Please check with your Club to make sure services are offered on a no-school day. We are closed on Saturdays & Sundays.
Transportation: Some schools offer transportation before and after programming at the Club. Please inquire at your school.
Reduced fees & scholarships: Scholarships are available on a per case basis to be negotiated by Club directors based on need. We offer a reduced monthly activity fee of $30 monthly for all those on free/reduced lunch at school.
Wait Lists: Some of our Clubs may be on a wait list for members in grades 1-6. See the Current Status listed under your Club below or contact your Club.
Teen nights: These nights are just for teens in middle school and high school, without younger members present. Also open to non-member teens, this is a great time for peers to get together, as well as meet new friends. These nights are usually themed and planned by members, and dinner is included. Ask at your Club to find out when their teen nights are scheduled.
Family Nights: Each Club holds a family night quarterly. This is a great opportunity for members and their families to interact in a Club setting, playing games and enjoying dinner. It is also an awards night for members who are recognized for their achievements at the Club. Ask at your Club to find out when their next Family night is scheduled.
Didn’t find the information you were looking for? Please email our Director of Operations, Manny Smith.