Who can be a member?
Any child from 1st grade to 12th grade. Children will be served in specific age groups which allows us to cater their Club experience appropriately. Age groups are: 1st – 3rd grade, 4th – 6th grade, and 7th grade and up.
What is included in a membership?
Your child will receive access to the Club during open hours, free supper, and age-appropriate activities and programs directed towards our 3 priority outcomes: Healthy Lifestyles, Academic Success, and Good Character & Citizenship.
How much is a membership?
$10 per child annually
Do memberships expire? If so, how do I renew it?
Memberships expire on the last day of the summer program in late August. You will be asked to fill out a new membership application and school busing form if necessary and pay the membership fee.
How do I sign my child up?
At least one guardian must attend a parent/member orientation with their child before the child can become a member. Orientations are held weekly. Please call 541-889-7979 for orientation times. Please expect the orientation to take around one hour. You will then fill out the membership application and pay the membership fee. We accept cash or checks. Please RSVP for the orientation here.
What is the membership application?
If you like being ahead of the game, you can print the application now, fill it out, and bring it with you to the orientation. You can find the membership forms here.
Do you offer transportation?
In partnership with the Ontario School District, buses drop off children from the following schools: Aiken Elementary, Alameda Elementary, Cairo Elementary, May Roberts Elementary, Pioneer Elementary, and Four Rivers Charter School.
When is the Club open?
- School year hours: Monday – Friday 2:30 – 6:30pm
- Summer hours: Monday – Friday 11am – 5:30pm
- Early Risers extended hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 – 11am
What is Early Risers?
This is an extended service program which has a fee of $25 per child per week. Not only does an Early Riser member have access to the Club from 8:00am – 5:30pm, but the child will also have breakfast and additional enriching opportunities such as field trips and special programs.
When is the Club closed?
When the Ontario School district has no school, the Club is closed. Currently, this includes holidays, breaks, and weather-related closures.