School’s out in just over a week for Manteca Unified students.
That means working parents are scrambling to provide supervision for their children.
The Manteca Boys & Girls is offering one answer with a summer camp program starting May 29 and ending on Aug. 7
The Boys & Girls Club is nearing its 40th year of providing supervised programs for Manteca youth at its clubhouse at 545 W. Alameda St. employing professional staff.
The Sunrise Program operated in conjunction with the club’s regular programs runs Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. between May 29 and Aug. 7. It is open to 6 year olds in the first grade to 18b year olds in the 12th grade.
The cost is $75 a week per child or $20 a day. An annual membership of $60 must be purchased. That will allow the child to access club programs all year round after school until 7 p.m. The club also offers a VIP Summer Pass for all summer Sunrise Program sessions for $700. That represents a saving of $50 over the weekly rate. The VIP Summer Pass must be paid for by May 23.
The program includes breakfast, lunch, and snacks every day. It also offers a tennis program two days week.
The club offers a teen room, basketball gym, sports program, a games room with table games such as foosball, art and dance classes, a teen room, movies, STEM programs, martial arts, cooking classes, math club, reading club, ag in motion (garden club), and mentoring/tutoring among other offerings.
Special events are planned throughout the summer including a water day, STEM camp, talent show, watermelon eating contest, and more.
There is no additional charge for any of the programs.
For more information call (209) 239-KIDS, drop by the club Monday through Friday at 545 W. Alameda St., or visit the website at bgmanteca.org.