The Club House Program at Nisqually Middle School

  • Response to COVID-19: With the closure of schools for the beginning of the 2020-21 school year, Club House has shifted our programming to Virtual Club House! Students are engaged in both live online meetings and provided with video and other web resources to engage in academic support activities and social emotional support during this difficult time. Club House continues to offer homework help as well, with both in-person options and virtual breakout “rooms” for students with homework questions. Additionally, Club House has coordinated with families to provide printed packets, school and activity supplies, and books needed to stay academically engaged.

    Want to join Club House?

    Download a Club House Application >> (PDF) The office staff at your school will have paper copies if you need one. Turn completed applications back into the office staff or email them to the Site Manager. Please feel free to give us a call if you have any questions. Contact information for the Nisqually Middle School Site Manager is on this page if you have other questions.

    What is Club House?

    All four Club House sites are providing a variety of programming at different times throughout the week and the day. If you are interested in having your student join us, contact the Site Coordinator or Program Director. 

    Read more on the Thurston TOGETHER! Club House Pages >>

    Children in 1st through 5th grade (in elementary) and 6th through 8th grade (in middle school) attend Club Houses After School programs September through June as well as over the summer at no cost to kids and families. TOGETHER!’s Club House programs work in partnership with North Thurston Public Schools to improve academic and social skills. Our model includes continuous improvement through active participation in the national Youth Program Quality (YPQ) Initiative. Our Club House programs are evaluated annually by an outside evaluator and our staff members participate in Youth Work Methods training.
     
    The Club House program takes place at the school (in the gym, other classrooms, and the playground) and is free to all families! Space is limited so register early. Applications will be accepted on a first-come first-serve basis. Transportation is provided.

    All Club House programs use the Youth Program Quality model for after school programming. This is a widely-used method for providing the best quality after school academic support possible! Visit the Youth Program Quality website for more information


     

Nisqually Club House Contact

  • Club House Site Manager

    Dianalyn Urrea
    (360) 522-2101

    Virtual Club House

    Live Zoom Meetings
    Mon-Fri 5:50am-8:15am