Sedro-Woolley #DiscoverSummer

The Drop-In Program offers members a fun and safe environment for members entering grades 1-12 to thrive in. Each day, innovative programming will take place throughout the Club, working toward three priority outcomes in participants: Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles, and Good Character & Citizenship. The Drop-In Program is a great way for members to spend the afternoon during the summer. They’ll get the opportunity for physical activity, educational engagement, and even more importantly, summer fun. Come join us for a Triple Play Daily Challenge, games of dodgeball, kickball, capture the flag, and more from 2:00pm to 6:30pm.

Extended-day programs are offered to families at our Club, to help bridge the gap when youth need additional hours of service to remain safe, have fun, and be engaged. The tuition for the #DiscoverMore program is in addition to any drop-in fees, and represent our cost of service to deliver quality programs for youth in our community during the extended hours of 7:00am to 2:00pm. 

A morning snack is offered, as well as Lunch, and is included in tuition, as well as all weekly field trips in #DiscoverAdventure. On field trip days, youth must arrive at the Club at least fifteen minutes prior to departure time. When the bus leaves, the Club remains closed until return, or 2:00pm when the drop-in program opens.

One of the key components of #DiscoverMore is Summer Brain Gain and Summer Brain Gain: READ—six week modules of fun, engaging, activities designed to address summer learning loss. Each week is focused around a theme and provides a variety of activities focused on literacy, math, and other skills. All Summer Brain Gain modules are aligned with Common Core standards, and provide opportunities for youth to learn through project-based activities, creative expression, and team collaboration. In addition to Summer Brain Gain, mornings at the Club will include a variety of educational activities focused around our weekly themes, opportunities for outdoor recreation, hands-on learning, and involvement in Boys & Girls Club National programs focused on Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles, and Character & Citizenship.

Through partnerships with the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) we are able to provide fresh, nutritious snacks and meals to youth in our Clubs and communities, at no cost to the child. In some communities, we partner with local School Districts and bridge the gap in service, and in others, Boys & Girls Clubs serve as the lead agency. 

Last summer, across our service area, we facilitated more than 30,000 meals and snacks. Specific meal offerings and service times will be released as we get closer to summer, please check our website and Facebook page for more info in the coming months. We know that our kids have growing bodies, and when we can assist in ensuring they have the fuel they need, our entire community wins. Make sure to stop by a Club or service location to #DiscoverNutrition this summer!

This summer, in conjunction with Burlington’s full summer program, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County is offering a STEAM Magnet Camp (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics). Youth entering first through sixth grade who demonstrate an interest or proficiency in these subjects are encouraged to consider participation. Space is very limited.  

Getting out and about is an important component of the summer, and at the Boys & Girls Club, we are excited to offer day trips for our #DiscoverMore participants, and for those only participating in #DiscoverFun, some spaces will be made available for an additional fee. All participating youth will need to arrive no later than fifteen minutes prior to the announced departure time, and be wearing a Club shirt—provided to them on their first day of camp, or at registration, if in person and supplies are available. Youth not in their Club shirt will not be able to attend the Club that day, as Clubs are closed during these trips, and for safety reasons, we require all traveling youth to be easily identifiable at all times.

For 2018, Sedro-Woolley will travel each Thursday, except for the All Clubs trip to Everett Aquasox on July 18th:

Thursday, June 21st
Imagine Childrens Museum
10:00am Departure
($35 for non-#DiscoverMore participants)

Thursday, June 28th
Lake Forest Park
9:00am Departure
($45 for non-#DiscoverMore participants)

Thursday, July 5th
No Field Trip this week. Clubs closed except for Burlington

Thursday, July 12th
Snohomish County Clubs
10:00am Departure
($30 for non-#DiscoverMore participants)

Wednesday, July 18th
Everett AquaSox
9:30am Departure
($45 for non-#DiscoverMore participants)

Thursday, July 26th
Artist Point, Mount Baker
9:30am Departure
($40 for non-#DiscoverMore participants)

Thursday, August 2nd
Seattle Science Center
8:30am Departure
($55 for non-#DiscoverMore participants)

Thursday, August 9th
Seattle Art Museum/Seattle Aquarium
8:30am Departure
($50 for non-#DiscoverMore participants)

Thursday, August 16th
Playground Crawl
9:30am Departure
($40 for non-#DiscoverMore participants)

Thursday, August 23rd
Woodland Park Zoo
8:30am Departure
($50 for non-#DiscoverMore participants)

Thursday, August 30th
Birch Bay Waterpark
9:30am Departure
($60 for non-#DiscoverMore participants)

When you choose to #DiscoverSummer at the Boys & Girls Club, you can rely on purposeful and intentional programs and activities to engage youth of all ages. This year, each week is centered around a theme, from which all elements of engagement begin.

June 18th-22nd:

This week is about exploring those times when innovation ruled our culture – whether it be the agricultural, industrial, or technological revolutions. Club members will have the opportunity to explore what it means to create what will seem like the tallest tower in the world, bridges that can never collapse, and create objects that start from a simple idea.

June 25th-29th:

Club members will explore their wild side, with a week dedicate to close encounters of the animal kind. Working with local partnerships to bring animals of all shapes and sizes in for experiential learning, it’s going to be a wonderful time.

 July 2nd-6th:
Clubs closed this week. Registered Members may attend Burlington. Space is limited.

From the first heroes – our founding fathers and the patriots that brought us liberty to those that protect us today in our Police and Fire Departments, and other first-responder roles, we celebrate you. All Clubs will operate together in one location – BURLINGTON! This centralized Club experience will allow for a full Club experience for participants, while many families may be out of town during parts of the week for the Independence Day holiday.

July 9th-13th:

With more than 265 million participants worldwide, Futbol, better known as Soccer in the United States, boasts the largest participation of any sport. With the World Cup underway, members will explore more in depth the hosty country, Russia, while also building their own skills to become future futbol stars. With a field trip to a Snohomish County Clubhouse, perhaps a friendly game between rival Clubs may also hit the agenda.

July 16th-20th:

During Discover Preparedness, Club members will be exploring the science behind natural occurrences which can interrupt routines, including hurricanes, tsunami, wind storms, and earthquakes. An important integrated component will be working through ways to prepare themselves, and assist in preparing their families, for these events. A mid-week trip to see the Everett Aquasox will provide a nice break for all, and a chance to see friends from other Clubs.

July 23rd-27th:

Discover America, the Boys & GIrls Club way! Participants will learn about their country, explore US geography, learn about monuments and other attractions, perform community service in local parks, go hiking, and even enjoy a campout during the day.

July 30th- Aug 3rd:

Become a Jr. Master Chef! Club kids will learn some basic cooking skills, share and collect their favorite recipes, learn about nutrition, and even compete in a Club “Chopped” competition!

Aug 6th-10th:

Do the Twist, Sing in a Musical, Paint like Michaelangelo! Club kids will explore the arts as they have fun engaging in song & dance, drama, and the Fine Arts. A trip to SAM provides context and a fun time in the City.

Aug 13th-17th:

Join us for a week long adventure to explore the world of science and energy in and around your community, focused on motion. There’s plenty of fun to be had as well, with a trip to various Seattle neighborhoods to get bodies moving, and opportunities to test out some of the concepts learned, during a Playground Crawl.

Aug 20th-24th:

The highlight of this week is sure to be the trip to the Woodland Park Zoo to visit the temporary endangered Rhino exhibit. Being face to face with these majestic and powerful creatures will make real the importance of conservation in our local community and around the world. When at the Clubhouse, participants will engage in activities that promote understanding and active conservation efforts.

Aug 27th-Aug 31st:

Water is wet, but also so much more. Summer Learning will ramp up this week, preparing young minds for getting back in the groove for critical thinking at school, but it’s not without some silliness! Participants will also enjoy a day at the Birch Bay Water Slides.


Club Membership

includes Drop-In Hours

Monthly Activity Fee:
$50 per child, $100 per family*

Annual Registration Fee: $15 per child, $50 family, $10 Teen (*There is no monthly fee for teens)

Summer Hours & Fees

During the summer our Clubs operate Monday thru Friday from 7am to 2pm(DiscoverMore Program) and 2pm to 6:30pm(Drop-In Program). 

The DiscoverMore Program includes Field Trips and a Club T-shirt for $135 a week, or $350 for a family of 3 or more. A Club membership is required for participation. 

Non-DiscoverMore participants can join a field trip. The per trip fee is listed under the DiscoverAdventure section.

Who Can Attend the Club?

Youth ages 6  to 18

Teen Hours & Fees

Teen membership is for youth entering 7th grade, up to age 18 and membership is $10 a year. Teens are welcome at the Club during Drop-In Hours from 2-6:30pm. Teen Nights are for teens only without other younger members present. These are generally held on Friday Nights. 

Membership Renewals & Registration

All Memberships expire on Aug 31, 2018. Be sure to renew for the following 2018-19 school year. Member enrollment must be completed at the Club. Forms are available at Waiting lists may apply.

How to Register for Discover Summer

Register Online before June 1st. New Members must register for membership, in person, at the Club between the hours of 2:30pm to 6pm. Bring your pre-filled forms for each child. Forms are available from the menu on the right.

Sedro-Woolley Boys & Girls Club
915 McGarigle Road
Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284
(360) 856-1830














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