Club Enrollment Information
Who is Membership for?
Distance Learning Centers: 1st -5th Grade. After School Program: 1st-5th Grade
What does Membership mean?
A member of Boys and Girls Club Dundee Township is allowed to participate in activities sponsored at their school. Your student’s membership is valid for the period of time they are registered. BGDCT operates at several schools within D300, D220, and D158. Programs are not the same at every school because every school has different needs and opportunities. By being a member, your student may be offered full-day remote learning (Distance Learning Centers), after-school care, recreational activities, leadership programs, and/or team sports. To find out what is offered at your student’s school visit the school’s specific website page. BGCDT has a limited number of available membership spots available. Our staff provides a safe environment for members to have fun and grow.
What’s included in Membership?
Everything your student’s site offers is available to a club member. All sites offer a dynamic after-school program that will enrich your student’s life. Programs and activities will help your student grow and develop while having fun and making life-long friends.
Membership renewal occurs every year in the fall. We do accept new members throughout the year depending on availability.
Cost to enroll?
Our annual membership fee is $25 (non-refundable). Our daily fee is $30 per day. BGCDT does not want the cost of the program to prohibit your student from attending club. Financial assistance is available through CCAP and BGCDT scholarships. Most of our families qualify for assistance for some if not all of their student’s daily fees. To see if your student qualifies, please fill out the on-line application in its entirety.
For Membership inquiries
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Dundee Township is pleased to announce that we will be providing Club membership to our families on a limited availability for this school year. Our goal is to continue to provide a quality after school program with safety being our top priority. Guidance and recommendations from D300, the Restore Illinois Plan, and IDPH are at the forefront of our decision making and program planning process. In order to meet safety guidelines, we will have to limit the number of memberships for each of our Club site locations this school year.
Registration starts today, and the deadline to register is Wednesday, July 29th. Registration DOES NOT guarantee enrollment. BGCDT will be conducting a lottery that will determine enrollment based on availability.
The lottery will be conducted and parents will be notified if their children are able to join as members for our in-person Club sites the week of August 3rd.
To register your child for in-person Club membership please visit continue below and fill out BOTH the registration and CCAP forms for each child. For questions, please contact us at 847.551.4309 or email [email protected]
To continue to support our Club members and families while our sites are closed, we are excited to announce the launch of our VClub platform!
VClub is the virtual version of BGCDT. At VClub, Club members can participate in fun programs and meaningful activities, and keep in touch with their leaders and friends, without leaving their homes. We want to continue to create Bright Futures in our virtual environment using YouTube, MyFuture.Net, Code.org, and other online resources.
Club members will be able to participate each day and be able to engage with their Club Directors and staff with fun activities and programs to keep brains learning, bodies active and having fun.
Coding, Digital Literacy, DIY STEM, and Healthy Habits are just some of the programs we are running virtually.
Club members not only learn great skills, but can also earn prizes based on how many activities they accomplish, and how many badges they earn in the MyFuture program.
As a License-Exempt provider, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dundee Township is working with the State of Illinois to provide additional resources to our families with working parents. The additional resources will be determined through the Illinois Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) application and qualification process that BGCDT will help facilitate as a part of it’s Working Parents Program.
Through the Working Parents Program, qualifying families will benefit from several services, including the cost for:
Please Note: To receive these benefits and savings, your child must already be an Active Club Member.
Follow the CCAP English Form button below for your child(ren) at the same club site, and afterward, fill out this additional Section 4 form here for your child(ren) at a different club site. IMPORTANT: If you have children in multiple schools/club sites – You will need to fill out a separate “SECTION 4” (pgs. 8-9) for Each SITE.
Siga el botón del formulario de CCAP en español a continuación para sus hijos en el mismo sitio de club y luego complete este formulario adicional de la Sección 4 aquí si sus hijos están en un sitio de club diferente. IMPORTANTE: Si tiene hijos en varias escuelas / sitios de clubes, deberá completar una “SECCIÓN 4” (páginas 8-9) por cada SITIO.
For more information or questions through the registration or CCAP contact Jen Wolf – BGCDT Club Services 847.551.4309 – [email protected]
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Dundee Township has 23 years of experience operating successful after-school and summer camp childcare programs for 2,000 children annually with School District 300 Algonquin and School District 220 Barrington. In response to our current emergency, and working in collaboration with Huntley School District 158 and School District 300, we have opened a Club site as an Emergency License-Exempt Childcare Facility under IDHS guidelines. We currently are offering essential workers a childcare program. Details of the Priority Essential Workers Childcare Facility Club Sites can be found by selecting one of the location buttons below.
In order to qualify for the childcare program, you must qualify as a priority essential worker per Governor Pritzkers order. Documentation must be submitted that includes: Company name, job title, standard working hours, salary, and frequency of pay must be included in the letter.
To see if you qualify as a Prioritized Essential Worker per Governor Pritzker’s executive order please click HERE.
20 S. Grove St., Suite # 201
Carpentersville, IL 60110
Phone: (847) 551-4309