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Boys & Girls Club – Broken Arrow
1400 West Washington St S
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012
918-258-7545
http://www.salarmytulsa.org/boys-girls-club-broken-arrow/

Days of Operation: Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri

Hours of Operation:

When School is NOT in session: 7:00am – 6:00pm
When School is IN Session: Before School Care: 7:00am-9:00am
Afterschool Care: School Out Time to 6:00pm

Types of Assistance your organization provides:

Meals, Childcare, Educational Activity, Recreational Activity

Number of Individuals Able to Serve Per Day:  75

Age Groups Served:  K – 5th Grade, 6th – 8th Grade, High School

Ratio of kids to adults:  15:2

Average total number of kids per group: 

Actions Required to Access Service:
Walk In, Call for Apointment, Request Online

Description of Services:

Boys & Girls Club offers a safe, fun, nurturing place for kids to be when school is not in session.
* Educational Support Programs, including virtual/distance learning
* Character Building & Leadership Programs
* Healthy Lifestyle Programs
* Sports & Recreation, including Athletic Leagues
To register, visit http://www.salarmytulsa.org/boys-girls-club-broken-arrow/

Fees charged for services: 

Full Day – $40 annual registration fee for new members and $100 per week.
Before School Care – $90/Mo.
After School Care – $160/Mo.
Before & After School Care – $250/Mo.

Computer Accessibility for Distance Learning:
Yes

Internet Accessibility for Distance Learning:
Yes

Bilingual Supports:
No

Are masks required for youth?:
No

Are masks required for adults?:
Yes

Please Describe your Safety Plan

*Controlled Check-In Times
*Wellness Health Screenings at Check-In
*Face Coverings worn by anyone over age 18
*Water Fountains Closed & Frequent Handwashing
*Limited Access by outside visitors/guests
*Social Distancing observed for all activities
*Increased Cleaning and sanitizing
*Quarantine protocols for kids/staff who become ill during the day

Please describe your contact tracing plan (if someone has come in contact with COVID, how will families be notified?)

Families Notified of COVID-19 contact in writing. Phone Calls are also used, when it isn’t possible to communicate this information in writing.

Types of Donations your organization accepts for this purpose:
 

Willing to take volunteers to assist with this effort? No

 

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Childcare Food Meals
Educational Activity Recreational Activity Other