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JBSA Randolph Youth Programs
Our Philosophy: We provide a safe, well-supervised program based on the interests and needs of our children. Our curriculum focuses on Boys & Girls Clubs of America Youth Development Strategy, which states all enrolled children will have a positive experience that contributes to a high self-esteem by assuring the children develop: -A sense of competence -A sense of usefulness -A sense of belonging -A sense of influence For more information please contact: Danielle Kline, Cheif Youth Programs: [email protected] Christopher Kiser, School Age Coordinator: [email protected] Andrea Black, Program Coordinator: [email protected] Amanda Ozuna, Sports Coordinator: [email protected] Or Call: (210)652-2088/3298 SCHOOL AGE PROGRAM: Our program is accredited through the Council on Accreditation (COA). COA standards provide your child with a quality program and one that is also committed to providing each child with a unique growing and learning experience. We are dedicated to providing daily opportunities for life and leisure skill building! We have specialized activities in each of our rooms which are based on our children's interests and needs. Full day camps are offered during summer break and holidays. Ages 5-12 years old. School Age Program Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday: 6:30 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. PRE-TEEN AND TEEN PROGRAM (Open Rec Program): Youth, ages 9-12 and 13-18, can participate in many awesome clubs! Check out our monthly calendars for more details. The annual membership fee is only $36 for all this fun. Pre-teen and Teen Hours of Operation: Mon-Thur 3-7 p.m. Friday 3-9 p.m. Saturday 11-5 p.m. YOUTH SPORTS PROGRAMS: Flag Football: Ages 5-18 years old Cheerleading: Ages 5-18 years old Baseball: Ages 9-18 years old T-Ball: Ages 5-6 years old Coach Pitch: Ages 7-8 years old Softball: Ages 9-18 years old Volleyball: Ages 9-18 years old Basketball: Ages 5-18 years old Lil' Renegades (Soccer, Basketball, T-Ball): Ages 3-5 years old *Parent participation is required forLil' Renegades and each sport runs for six weeks and meets once a week for an hour. **All sports (except Lil' Renegades) requires an annual sports physical** INSTRUCTIONAL CLASSES: --GUITAR lessons are arranged for each student individually to accommodate their level and interests. Ages 6-18 years old. --DANCE classes include different types of dance such as ballet, jazz, and tap. Ages 3-15 years old. --GYMNASTICS teaches gymnastics terminology and skills to develop strength and flexibility. There are different levels for different age groups and the USGA guidelines are followed. Ages 18 months to 18 years old. --PIANO classes concentrate on the theory of music, the instruction of classical pieces, and music reading. There are classes for all levels, beginner to intermediate. Ages 6-18 years old. --MARTIAL ARTS: Mu Sool Won Martial Arts does not teach a single "style" but rather a comprehensive "system" of traditional Korean Martial Arts. Instructor focuses on training the whole person. This involves the coming together of the individual's Body, Mind and Spirit much like how the Hwarang Warriors were trained. Great emphasis is also placed on personal conduct. Etiquette and respect is the foundation of our training and is expected to be practiced both inside and outside of the dojang. GIVE PARENTS A BREAK (free) / KIDS ADVENTURE NIGHT ($20): Youth, ages 5-12, are invited to participate in this awesome Friday evening or Saturday afternoon of games, food, projects and more! To qualify for the free GPAB program contact Airman & Family Readiness at (210)652-5321. SUMMER CAMPS AND TRIPS FOR ALL AGES: Youth are invited to participate in many camps such as Missoula Children's Theater, Science, Photography/Scrapbooking, Art, Fishing and much more! Sign up for local trips to Six Flags, Splash Town, and Laser Legend just to name a few. Ages 9-18 years old. SUMMER TEEN CAMPS: Are you looking for something fun to do during the summer? Then sign up for our fun filled Teen Summer Camps! Weekly activities include swimming, field trips, learning life skills, community service projects and much more! Ages 13-18 years old. Boys & Girls Club of America Programs BGCA has had a long and proud partnership with the military. 460+ Military Youth Centers have benefited from this great partnership. All military youth centers worldwide are affiliated with BGCA. 530,000 + military youth served. Youth Programs offers the following BGCA clubs to JBSA Randolph youth. Keystone Club is the Boys & Girls Club Movement’s most dynamic teen program. It affords Air Force teens an opportunity to gain valuable leadership and community service experience. They conduct activities in three areas: academic success, career exploration and community service. Torch Clubs are chartered small-group leadership and community service clubs for Air Force youth ages 9 to 12. Torch Club is a powerful vehicle through which Club staff can help meet the special character development needs of younger adolescents at a critical stage in their development. Torch Club members learn to elect officers and work together to implement activities in four areas: service to Club and community, education, health and fitness and social recreation. Smart Girls is a health, fitness, prevention/education and self-esteem enhancement program for girls ages 9-18. The program is designed to encourage healthy attitudes and lifestyles that will enable early adolescent girls to develop to their full potential. Passport to Manhood consists of sessions, each concentrating on a specific aspect of character and manhood through highly interactive activities. Each Club participant receives his own "passport" to underscore the notion that he is on a personal journey of maturation and growth. The program includes a service project where boys learn the importance of giving back to the community. Passport to Manhood represents a targeted effort to engage young boys in discussions and activities that reinforce character, leadership and positive behavior. Stop Bullying NOW!: The U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services (HHS) Health Resources and Services Administration has a campaign called Stop Bullying Now, which offers advice to kids, parents, school officials and others about steps they can take to address bullying. The theme is "Take a Stand. Lend a Hand. Stop Bullying Now!" Their website has a page with games and cartoon webisodes to help kids learn about bullying and how to stop it. Another page was created especially for adults that includes resources about bullying awareness, prevention and intervention. These resources can be found at the following link: http://stopbullying.gov Y.E.S (Youth Employment Skills) Program: The Youth Employment Skills (YES) is a youth volunteer/internship program funded by the Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) and jointly administered by AFAS and Air Force Airman and Family Services Flight. This program, being offered at select installations, affords high school aged dependents of Active Duty Air Force members an opportunity to learn valuable work skills while having a positive impact on their base communities. Program participation incentives are in the form of dollar credits for grant funding. The YES Program allows all certified and enrolled high school students to "bank" volunteer dollar credits toward their postsecondary education/training at a rate of $4 per hour volunteered in an on-installation position. Students may accumulate as much as 250 hours during their high school education, for a potential $1000 (maximum). In addition, the participating installation Youth Program will "bank" base community credits at a rate of $2 for every hour volunteered per student, up to a maximum of $10,000 per program year. For purposes of this program, "program year" is defined as the 12 month period beginning 1 June through 31 May of each year. http://www.afas.org/Community/YESProgram.cfm CONGRESSIONAL AWARD: The Congressional Award is the United States Congress' award for young Americans. It is non-partisan, voluntary, and non-competitive. The program is open to all 14- to 23-year-olds. Participants earn Bronze, Silver and Gold Congressional Award Certificates and Bronze, Silver and Gold Congressional Award Medals. Each level involves setting goals in four program areas; Volunteer Public Service, Personal Development, Physical Fitness, and Expedition/Exploration. Earning the Award is a fun and interesting way to get more involved in something you already enjoy or something you'd like to try for the first time. http://www.congressionalaward.org/ FIT FACTOR: Are you ready to Get Up, Get Out, Get Fit? The US Air Force Services is conductin FitFactor, ayouth fitness initiative that rewards and encourages physical activity, and healthy eating selections for youth between the ages of 6-18 years old. http://www.afyouthprograms.com/fitfactor.htm AIR FORCE FIT FAMILY: FitFamily is an important component of the overall Air Force fitness and health initiative. Air Force Child/Youth Programs (CYP) and Fitness Centers have partnered to promote the importance of healthy lifestyle choices and encourage Air Force Families to be active together. The FitFamily website provides resources, ideas and goal setting tools to help Air Force Families be active, make healthy nutrition choices and have fun in an effort to promote overall wellness. http://www.usaffitfamily.com/
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Another successful FAMAGANZA for the books. Thank you to all the dedicated vouleenteers and community partners.
Help support the rohawk cheer squad 🥚🥚🥚
Guess what's right around the coner....FAMAGANZA EXTRAVAGANZA
Congratulations to JBSA Randolph SW region MYOY, So excited and proud of you Ryann Jackson
Money Smarts Youth Rally, Tuesday 26 Feb 2019, 530-730, here at YC, bldg 584. For Youth Ages 11 to 18.
Thank you Ken's 5 for featuring the Keystone Club and helping them complete their project misson.
Joint Base San Antonio Randolph is holding a collection drive to make sure homeless teens get a pair of jeans.
Spread the word...
Ro-Hawk Spring Fling Cheer Camp... registration can be done online, sign up today!!!
BOOK club finished our 3rd book... what will we read/discuss next... more to come.
2019 Sweetheart Dance ❤ great turn out and group of Pre-Teens. They decorated, DJ , danced and cleaned #success
PreTeen VALENTINE'S DAY DANCE, Friday February 8th from 6 to 830. $3 dollars members and $5 non members. Come get your dance on💃🕺❤
JEANS 4 TEENS...
PROBLEM: Over a million Young people experience homelessness in the US every year. One item they often request? A pair jeans.
SOLUTION: Randolph Keystone club is organizing a clothing drive focusing on JEANS for every size, shape, and color. You'll be directly providing an essential clothing item for youth in need.
Jeans are a perfect item to donate. They can be worn multiple times between washes, can be dressed up or dressed down, and provide a sense of normalcy to the person wearing them.
Drop off locations will be Randolph, CDC's Youth Programs and Chapel Activity. Clothing drive will take place for the entirety of February.
Keystoning, Wellness guest speaker.
ROLLER skate night
Happy Holidays... YP door deco
KEYSTONE...Battle of the sexes! They had some challenging questions, we all learned some new facts that we didnt know before, good times.
Come check out some great art work and photos made/taken by our creative youth.
Torches had a great time representing Randolph at the southwest region conference.
A few of our Torches representing at the southwest region conference 😎
Check out our amazing gymnastic classes. Call today and sign up, spots are filling up fast.
Hi-Jinx overload! 😍
In case you missed it... here are some Hi-Jinx photos!
Another Hi-Jinx is in the books! Thank you to all the workers, volunteers and participants. Without you it would not have been a huge success!
Whos ready for Hi-Jinxs? Come out tomorrow 31 OCT 2018 for some tricks and treats. The fun begins at 530pm here at Randolph Youth Center... hope to see you there 🎃🤡🤠👽👻☠👺🤴🧜♀️🧙♀️👰👯♀️
Reading club... journling
Be very afaird... UK, awsome job teens, very festive.
Sew much more club made some ghouls and goblins using duct tape, plastic jars, fabric and other art supplies... love the creativity
Last one... had to share because Austin is smooooth
More skating action
I had way to much fun watching the youth partake in skating... impressed by how quickly they learned... lost art but RAND YP is bring it back
Great dance display
Everyone dancing with the professionals, great time for all.
Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration
Hispanic Heritage Celebration
What a great event, thank you to the Hispanic Heritage Committee for sharing all their wonderful family traditions and culture.
2nd day of SOCKtober and we already have over 50 pairs of socks... super excited, cant wait to see the loot at the end of the month 😁 thanks for those that have already donated, it's much appreciated.
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415 B St Building 584 & 585
Randolph Air Force Base, TX
|Monday||09:00 - 19:00|
|Tuesday||09:00 - 19:00|
|Wednesday||09:00 - 19:00|
|Thursday||09:00 - 19:00|
|Friday||09:00 - 21:00|
|Saturday||11:00 - 17:00|
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