Health & Life Skills Programs
These fun and interactive programs help to develop young people’s capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well-being, set personal goals and live successfully as self-sufficient adults.
Snack & Dinner Program
A healthy and nutritious snack is offered each day to members after school. During the summer program, a breakfast, lunch and snack is provided each day for members. These programs are supported through the Department of Public Instruction.
Through a partnership with UW-Extension, members are given the opportunity to plant and raise a community garden during the summer. Many of the vegetables grown are then used in snack and meal programs.
Triple Play Healthy Habits
This program is designed to enhance healthy lifestyles and provide learning opportunities while developing proper nutrition habits. Members learn about the food guide pyramid, proper hygiene, and proper eating portions.
Kids in the Kitchen
Junior League members provide volunteers to plan and implement a range of healthy cooking, eating, and exercise activities for members.
This program, which is available to all members, is a prevention and education program which addresses drug and alcohol use and encourages abstinence.
This is a male-member only program intended to promote health, fitness, education, and self-esteem in a positive way for members participating.
Go Girl Go
A health, fitness, prevention, education and self-esteem enhancement program that is available for girls ages 10-18. The program is offered in conjunction with Girl Scouts to provide a variety of experiences and opportunities for female members.
NetSmartz teaches Internet safety skills through engaging multimedia activities and offline interaction with Club professionals in three age-appropriate groups.
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The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Chippewa Valley - Menomonie in partnership with the School District of Menomonie Area intend to submit an application to the Wisconsin Department of Education for a 21st CCLC grant. The grant will support an academic-focused after school program for students at River Heights Elementary. If you have any comments on the proposed program, please contact Roxie Schmidt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-233-2540. A copy of the application will be available for public review after submittal at River Heights Elementary.