Explore innovative programs designed to empower youth to excel in school, become good citizens, and lead healthy, productive lives. Our outcome-driven programs are uniquely catered to the Menomonie Community, ensuring that all kids feel safe, respected, and included.
The safety and well-being of young people is our number one priority. We work every day to create a safe, fun environment so kids can have every opportunity to be successful in life.
Youth and teens, 2nd-grade (must be 7-years-old) to 8th-grade, can participate in all after-school programs, meals, and special events. Elementary students annual membership fee is only $15 per person or $30 per family. Students in grades 6th-8th grade, is a sponsored program.
Your membership includes:
- After school snack and dinner each day after school
- Breakfast, lunch, and two snacks during scheduled days off from school
- Daily homework help & tutoring
- Over 40 fun, educational, and outcome-driven programs, based on five core areas:
- Leadership & Service
- The Arts
- Health & Wellness
- Sports & Recreation
- Transportation to the Club from School
River Heights School:
After School Program
Youth entering 2nd-grade (must be 7-years-old) through 5th-grade can join the After-School Program for $15 per kid or $30 for a family of two or more kids. Scholarships are available upon request.
Club Full Day Program
Youth participating in Club full day programs when school is not in session will be, $25 per day per child for those who pre-register to attend. If you do not pre-register, full-day attendance is $40 per day per child. Families MUST pre-register for the Day off event at the Club 1 month ahead. Families are required to submit payment a minimum of 1 week before the Day off event occurs. Families that “no show” after registering to attend will be charged a $10. In a situation where half-day services are provided, all fees listed above will be charged half the amount.
Middle School: Youth entering 6th – 8th-grade can join the After-School Program, this is a sponsored program.
- Daily homework help
- Access to positive role models to build confidence
- Fun, educational, and hands-on activities
- A safe and inclusive environment
- Diverse programs to unlock potential
Youth entering 2nd-grade (must be 7-years-old) through 5th-grade can join the River Heights Summer Program. Youth entering 6th through 8th-grade can join the Middle School Summer Program.
The Club will provide programming from June to August, 2024, Monday-Friday from 7:30 am-6:00 pm. The Program is $60 per week or $15 per day. Scholarships are available upon request.
- Fun, educational, and enriching programs to curb learning loss
- Develop new friendships
- Sports and recreation activities to stay active
- Explore the outdoors on various field trips
- Field trips & volunteer activities
If you are not currently a member, you must first register, and then you may sign up for our Summer Program.
River Heights: When River Heights Summer School is in session, the Club will only be open for half-day programming, beginning at 1pm and the weekly fee rate is $35/week and $10/day.
Ready to Get Started?
Do You Want to Be a Club Kid?
River Heights Elementary School Registration
Follow the steps below to become a member.
Sign up for the 2024 Summer Program
Remember, if you are already a Club Kid, you can jump straight to this step. If you aren’t yet a member, please complete steps 1-4 before submitting your summer application.
Check back for Registration in March 2024!
Middle School Registration
Sign up for a Club membership. To ensure all families have equal opportunity to enroll we will only be accepting paper applications. Online enrollment is not available at this time.
Paper applications are available at River Heights, Menomonie Middle School, St. Paul’s Lutheran School & Immanuel Baptist School. Return completed applications to: River Height Elementary or Menomonie Middle School.
Meet the Staff
Cheyanne Catura, Center Director
Trey Anderson, Assistant Center Director, River Heights Elementary
Membership Coordinator, River Heights Elementary
Steve Shimmel, Assistant Center Director, Middle School
Site Behavior Coordinator, Middle School
Faye Hultquist, Membership Coordinator, Middle School
Our Wish List
Please contact the Club staff before purchasing larger items, and also to drop items off.
Partnering to provide innovative and high-quality programs to build great futures.