Concrete

We are excited to begin operating in Concrete, WA on October 1, 2018!

More information will be coming as staff is hired and specific logistics worked out.

Registration/Enrollment: Participation is open to any student living in, or attending, the Concrete School District, including homeschool and private school students. Anticipated need by the community is likely more significant than spaces available.

Until further notice, registration and enrollment will only be available at key community events, including the Concrete Cascade Days August 18th and 19th. Please follow the Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County  on Facebook (facebook.com/BoysandGirlsClubsofSkagitCounty/) for other group registration events. A membership form, completely filled out, can secure your child’s space in the respective program. However, that space is first-come, first served. Please see the details below. To expedite the process, download a Club Membership Form here, and bring it to the publicized group registration events. 

The Concrete Boys & Girls Club program will operate a hybrid 21st Century Community Learning Center CCLC) at Concrete Elementary (K-6), and Concrete High School (7-12). Additionally, to bridge gaps in service for younger members, a traditional Club program will be made available. This will be fee-based in nature, as additional organizational resources for support are not available at this time. However, some scholarships will be made available.

A snack and a healthy meal will be provided each day, at no cost, to participants.

Transportation: Two buses with limited space will depart the Concrete School campus at 5:30 pm, with final stops dropped by 6:30 pm, following supper each day. More details on route information and stop times will be made available at the start of the school year. The following are the anticipated groups stops served by each route:

Route 1: Town of Concrete, North of HWY 20 – Silo Park; Rockport (Specific Location TBD); Marblemount (Specific Location TBD)

Route 2: Birdsview – Grandy Creek Store; Birdsview – Baker Store; South Skagit – Cape Horn; South Skagit – Skagit Village; South Skagit – Cedar Grove Drop

Routes will only be stopping at the designated group points. Families must determine, and make arrangements for, the safest and best method of returning to their homes from the group stops.

Transportation is a privilege and dependent on positive behavior each and every day. Youth who do not attend regularly may lose transportation privileges to allow others to participate more frequently.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County is now hiring for all positions, and descriptions can be found here.

Concrete Elementary School CCLC

Club Hours:

21st Century Community Learning Center:
School Year – 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm / Monday through Friday (10/1/18 – 6/12/19)
Summer – 8:00 am to 1:00 pm / Monday through Friday (7/8 – 8/16/19)

**There are no fees for the 21st Century Community Learning Center

Opens Monday, October 1, 2018

Traditional Club Extension:
School Year – No School Days / Spring Break Camp (15 min youth must be registered)
6:30 am to 6:30 pm – $35 each day / $150 for the week

Summer:
CCLC Extension (15 min youth must be registered)
6:30 am to 8:00 am & 1:00 pm to 6:30 pm – $25 each day / $110 for the week
Non-CCLC Weeks (15 min youth must be registered)
6:30 am to 6:30 pm – $35 each day / $150 for the week

2018-19 School Year Enrollment: Open enrollment for up to 80 youth will be accepted initially. Enrollment is first-come, first-served. In the event any single registration event (Youth Activity Day, Back to School Nights, etc) produces more membership applications than spaces remaining, a lottery system will be used. All memberships expire August 31, 2019.

Waiting List: A waiting list will be established for all interested participants, and as space becomes available, families will be contacted.

Attendance: Regular, daily attendance is encouraged, but not required. However, in the event of a waiting list, youth attending less than an average of once per week will be dropped from the program, or, youth not attending for any two-week period with no prior notification made will automatically be dropped from the program regardless of waiting list or not.

Family Participation: The Concrete Boys & Girls Club is being made possible by a federal grant, administered by the Office of the Superintendent for Public Instruction (OSPI) in Washington. A key component of this grant is family participation, and it is hoped that families will engage in activities and programs whenever possible, and where benefit can enrich the family in any way.

Concrete High School CCLC

Club Hours:

21st Century Community Learning Center:
School Year – 2:45 pm to 6:00 pm / Monday through Friday (10/1/18 – 6/12/19)
(High School members may join the Elementary program for last half hour for easier transportation solutions for families)
6:00 pm to 10:00 pm / Select Fridays – TEEN NIGHTS
Summer – 8:00 am to 1:00 pm / Monday through Friday (7/8 – 8/16/19)

**There are no fees for the 21st Century Community Learning Center

Opens Monday, October 1, 2018

2018-19 School Year Enrollment: Open enrollment for up to 40 youth will be accepted initially. Enrollment is first-come, first-served. In the event any single registration event (Youth Activity Day, Back to School Nights, etc) produces more membership applications than spaces remaining, a lottery system will be used. All memberships expire on August 31, 2019.

Waiting List: A waiting list will be established for all interested participants, and as space becomes available, families will be contacted.

Attendance: Regular, daily attendance is encouraged, but not required. However, in the event of a waiting list, youth attending less than an average of once per week will be dropped from the program, or, youth not attending for any two-week period with no prior notification made will automatically be dropped from the program regardless of waiting list or not.

Family Participation: The Concrete Boys & Girls Club is being made possible by a federal grant, administered by the Office of the Superintendent for Public Instruction (OSPI) in Washington. A key component of this grant is family participation, and it is hoped that families will engage in activities and programs whenever possible, and where benefit can enrich the family in any way.