Site Director: Cassie Crump
1060 East 150 North
To register for this program or for more information please call the site at the number listed above.
M-F 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
See calendar for daily schedule
M-Th 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm;
F 1:30 pm – 6:00 pm
*Open most days school is closed*
K-6 Grade (5-12 years old)
During the School Year, we provide
transportation to the Club from:
Provo Peaks Elementary
Sunset View Elementary
Spring Creek Elementary
*state assistance accepted*
*sliding fee scale available*
See parent packet for complete description of fee schedule
Major funding for this site provided by:
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March 18 was a special day for the Provo Clubhouse. Volunteers from a local organization, Clearlink, showed up to have some fun with our kids! They also came with a surprise gift.
Fun time was held first. After recess, Clearlink volunteers and the Provo Clubhouse kids participated in three different classes; Gym, dance, or arts & crafts. In gym, they got to play “Steal the Bacon”, a game based on tag. Dancers got to do some interpretive dancing as well as teach the volunteers a dance routine to Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself”. Coloring was the third class that many students and volunteers enjoyed.
Then it was time for Clearlink’s big surprise! They donated over $1,400 worth of children’s books to the Clubhouse! The kids were excited about the books and loved them right away.
It was a great day at the Provo Clubhouse, and it was made possible by Clearlink. Thank you for volunteering your time and donating books!
Smith’s visited the Provo Clubhouse yesterday and the Club members loved it! The afternoon started with coloring pages to be entered in Smith’s coloring contest!
After they were done coloring, it was time for frosting sugar cookies. The kids loved this activity! Each Club member received a tray and started with two cookies. They had a variety of frosting colors to choose from.
Some Club members were very selective about their colors,
while others had fun with color combinations.
With all of this fun, things were bound to get a little messy,
but in the most delicious way.
After cookies it was time for the Easter egg hunt. Each Club member was headed a bag and let loose to search the front yard of the Clubhouse for as many delicious treats as they could find.
When the bags were filled, Club members got resourceful.
One Club member learned that if you take the candy out of the eggs, there’s a lot more room left in the bag for more candy.
There were some ecstatic Club members, like this happy girl.
All of the Club members had a great time! Thank you, Smith’s for a great activity!!
A recent survey shows that parents think the Club is doing a great job at finding the balance between academic support and fun activities. The three question survey asked parents if they felt the Club helped their kids get better grades, if the Club helped them as a parent, and if the Club still gave their kids time to “just be kids”. The feedback was very encouraging:
- 93% of parents expressed that the Club helped their kid(s) get better grades
- 96% of parents responded that the Club helped them as parents
- and 98% of parents shared that the Club gives time for their kids to “just be kids”
We are very grateful for the amazing parents that send their children to the Club! We promise that we will continue to do our best to help your kids reach their full potential.
Check out this fun video of kids from the Provo Clubhouse taking a break to go sledding. Although the Club firmly believes in helping kids get better grades and setting goals for growth, we also want kids to spend time having fun and just being kids. Jolly’s Ranch is Springville was a safe and fun place to have some fun in the snow.