The Club House Program at Chinook Middle School
How to join Club House
Download a Club House Application >> (PDF) and return it to your school office (paper copies are available in the office) or email a copy to your school's Club House site manager. Space is limited, so register early. Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Transportation is provided. Questions? Contact information for the Chinook Middle School Site Manager is on this page if you have other questions.
What is Club House?
Club House is a before- and after-school program running at several NTPS schools and managed by Thurston Together! with a site coordinator overseeing the program at the host schools. Students participate in a variety of activities to help improve their academic and social skills. Club House takes place at the school (in the gym, other classrooms, and the playground) during the school year and summer. More info on Thurston Together's website >>
Club House is free to families and is funded through donations and help from local non-profit organizations. Programming is built around the David P. Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality, the staff is trained in the Youth Work Methods training, and Club House is evaluated annually by an outside evaluator.