EVENING PROGRAMS WILL START IN JANUARY
Programs that will require registration in the evenings will be on the Rec Desk online Registration portal when registration opens. BGC of Thunder Bay > Home (recdesk.com)
Monday & Wednesday
Raise the Grade – Grade 8 – 12 (NO registration needed through the portal)
Starts on January 4th
This program is a recreational, leadership and educational program. Help with homework, study skills, sports, scholarship opportunities, cooking and job readiness are only some of the activities planned on these nights.
Time 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Littles Late Night – Grade Jk – 1 (registration required)
Starts on January 10th
This program is for the little young members. They will do indoor games, outdoor activities, crafts and other fun activities with Jess & Miguel
Time 6:00 – 7:30 pm (on the 17th they will not need to bring their own supper meals unless they don’t like pasta)
NEW!! Drop In Night with Pasta Night Supper
Starts on January 17th
Grades 1 – 12 (NO registration is needed through the portal)
Members in the after school program have the opportunity to stay through until 8pm. Any JK – Sk students that are in the Littles Late Night Program will need to be picked up at 7:30.
Join us for Pasta Tuesdays. After dinner program will include multi sports, games, computers, crafts and outdoor activities.
Time: 5:30 – 8:00 pm
Hershey’s Basketball Program – Grade 4 – 12 (registration required)
Start on January 26th
Flynn will be instructing skills and drills that the members can use in scrimmage games. This program is funded by Hershey’s Each participant will get a basketball, Gatorade bottle, towel, jersey, shorts and a bag prior to the end of the program. Good opportunity for our members to learn from someone who has a lot of experience coaching and playing basketball. Children and youth need to attend 80% of the program to receive their kit.
Time 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Confident Me – Grade 4 – 8 (registration required)
Starts on January 12th
This program is to empower youth to become more confident. Topics will include self esteem, creating safe places and body image. Mikaela will be the instructor of this program
Time: 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Supper Club & Inflatables all grades (NO registration is needed through the portal)
Starts on January 6th
Members can stay after school straight through until 8 pm to have supper with us. Inflatables will be up for bouncing fun prior to dinner. Menu for suppers will vary and are often sponsored by Community businesses or residents. No Supper Club on PA Days!
Time 5:30 – 8:00 pm
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Windsor Program Details
During the After School Program a healthy snack is provided to members. All members must sign in and out at the Attendance desk. Parents will need to give permission for children to walk home on their own.
Age Appropriate programs will be delivered. Calendars will be posted monthly on the After School Drop In Page.
Quality After School Programs
Click on the After School Program for calendars and news on our after school program. Safe Arrival will start September 12th (14th for bussers) but we are still trying to hire staff to allow for drop in kids to start.
Homework Help is available everyday after school. We ask the members if they have homework but we do not make the children do it. If you want your child doing their homework please remind the members to ask us for help.
On Tuesdays in October to March Frontier College will be here with tutors to help children in specific subjects.
Pizza Hut is the Sponsor of our House League Program. Children earn points by participating in sports, attendance, doing good deeds and attending workshops. The team with the most points each month win a pizza party supplied by Pizza Hut.
Arts & Crafts
CAHEP does some amazing art projects with our members weekly. Arts & Crafts are incorporated daily into programming.
Learn easy, fun, new recipes you can create with what’s in your cupboards when the stomach is grumbling! Each age group gets one day a week to cook up a storm.
Power Up! is an academic support program that helps kids develop positive study habits and practices at school, and encourages a life-long interest in learning. Participants are given the tools and environment necessary to set and plan for academic goals, and are helped along the way by volunteer tutors and mentors.
Power Up is funded by Fidelity