Elementary After School Program: (Replaced with the P.A.C.E. program)


Elementary P.A.C.E. Program:

ELEMENTARY P.A.C.E. PROGRAM FEE: $125 per week, per member.

We are a private non-profit 501(c)3 agency and receive funds from sponsoring businesses, individuals, grants, service clubs, foundations, special events, and caregivers/parents/guardians. Our programs are not funded from state or federal dollars. Although we receive support from our community, our Club relies on the income from program fees in order to sustain operations and provide quality programs.

We know that schools starting the year with Distance (Virtual) Learning poses a challenge for working families. In collaboration with the Distance Learning plans that the Siuslaw School District is implementing, we have created the P.A.C.E. Program (Prepare Kids for Academic Success Through Collaboration, and Enrichment). P.A.C.E. is an all-day program that will allow our staff to help your children with their Distance Learning activities in the morning while engaging in traditional Club activities in the afternoon.

All fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.  Payment for Membership, Sports, After School and Summer Programs, or any other event, must be paid IN ADVANCE.


  • PROGRAM HOURS: 7:45 - 5:00 (check in from 7:45 - 8:45) Monday – Friday
  • PROGRAM GRADES: Teens: 1ST - 5TH 
  • Must have a current membership on file ($25 annually) Payment due upon application

Elementary Summer Brain Gain Program:

Kindergarten (must have completed) 

Monthly fees will be announced soon. 

Our Elementary After School and Summer Brain Gain programs take place at Siuslaw Elementary School located at 2221 Oak St Florence, OR 97439.

We provide a fun and safe space where members can engage in opportunities and activities that help them develop the skills necessary to succeed in school and life.

One such program is Power Hour, which enables Club members to develop many skills through intensive homework assistance. Members use hands-on manipulatives to enhance their learning and work collaboratively with their peers and Club staff to develop academically. Power Hour also includes an extensive focus on reading and math skills that Elementary age students need for success as they enter Middle and High School. 


Below is a list of some additional activities offered:

  • Arts & Crafts
  • Board Games
  • Bully Prevention
  • Daily Destination
  • Handwriting (K-2) and Cursive Handwriting (3-4)
  • Movie
  • Quiet Time Reading & Coloring
  • Reading w/Mrs. Gayle
  • Safety Lesson
  • Science
  • Shoe Tying
  • Telling Time
  • Wii Just Dance