2020-2021 School Year

Distance Learning Centers

 Inscripción para el año escolar (en persona)

Due to some recent changes in programming structure and changes, registration has been placed on hold. Please check back next week. 

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 Monday, August 10th, and the deadline to register is Sunday, August 16th. Registration DOES NOT guarantee enrollment. BGCDT may be conducting a lottery that will determine enrollment based on availability.  

If we do proceed with a lottery system, it will be conducted after registration closes. Parents will be notified if their children are able to join as members for our in-person Club sites the week of August 17th.   

If you would like your child to participate at one of our onsite locations, please fill out the form below for your eligible child/ren. Please note if your child is selected to participate in one of our Club sites, that child must participate and attend every day. 

For questions, please contact us at 847.551.4309 or email [email protected]

In collaboration with School District 300, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dundee Township will be providing Distance Learning Centers to offer a supervised environment for your child during the remote learning period, as well as an after- school program. The Centers will be open from 7:30 am – 5:30 pm with lunch and a snack provided.

Registration opens Friday, August 7th, and the deadline to register is Friday, August 14th.  To meet safety guidelines, the number of participants at each of our site locations will be very limited compared to our typical after-school Clubs.

This registration form DOES NOT guarantee enrollment. BGCDT will likely be conducting a lottery to determine enrollment based on availability.  

If a lottery is needed, it will be conducted after registration closes. Parents will be notified the week of August 17th if their children are able to join this program.

If you would like your child to participate at one of our onsite locations, please fill out the form below for your eligible children. Please note if your child is selected to participate at the Distance Learning Center, your child must participate and attend a minimum of 4 days per week. 

For questions, please contact us at 847.551.4309. 

El Boys & Girls Clubs de Dundee Township se complace en anunciar que proveeremos membrecías para nuestras familias este año escolar con disponibilidad limitada. Nuestro objetivo es continuar brindando un programa de buena calidad después de la escuela con la seguridad siendo nuestra prioridad. Con la guía y recomendación del D300, El plan de Restore Illinois y el IDPH siendo la vanguardia de nuestro proceso de tomar decisiones y planificaciones de nuestro programa. Para cumplir con las pautas de seguridad, tendremos que limitar el número de membresías para cada ubicación de nuestros clubs este año escolar.

El registro comienza hoy y el ultimo día para registrarse es el miércoles 29 de julio. El registro NO garantiza que serán aceptados. BGCDT llevara a cabo una lotería que determinara las inscripciones aceptadas según la disponibilidad.

La semana del 3 de agosto la lotería se llevará a cabo y los padres serán notificados si su hijo podrá participar como miembro en uno de nuestros sitios de club en persona.

Para registrar a su hijo como miembro para asistir al club en persona, continúe abajo para completar el formulario de registro para cada niño. 

Para alguna pregunta contáctenos al 847-551-4309 o envié un correo electrónico a [email protected]

Click here for the BGCDT Parent Handbook 

Click here for the BGCDT Parent Policies Manual

Hours & Days:          7:30 am – 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday

Grades:                      1st-12th

Meals:                         Lunch and snack provided

Initial Cost:                No Cost

Staff Ratio:                Will vary 1 staff member per 10 children per classroom to 1 staff member per 15 children depending on age.

Program Design:      Monitoring remote learning with the district from 8 am – 2 pm. BGCDT Programs follow that include STEM, Arts & Crafts, Reading & Math, Fitness, Homework help, and more.      

Site Locations:         Golfview Elementary, Lakewood Elementary, Meadowdale Elementary, Parkview Elementary, Perry Elementary, Sunny Hill Elementary, Carpentersville Middle School, and Impact Center (High School) .  

If you have already signed up for our registration from the week of July 20th, one of our Club site Unit Directors will contact you within the next few weeks.

If you have not filled out a registration form, please fill out the form below and we will reach out to you. 

Please fill out an application form for each child that will be attending iCamp. Only fill out Step 2 if you have not filled out a CCAP application. -DO NOT USE

Select and fill out the Registration Form based on your child’s school location. One registration form must be complete for each child. 

Seleccione y complete el Formulario de inscripción según la ubicación de la escuela de su hijo. Se debe completar un formulario de registro para cada niño.

We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with registration. Please check back again later.

We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you!

STEP 1: Registration Form – One registration form must be complete for each child.  -DO NOT USE

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Sorry all of our iCamp spots are full. -DO NOT USE

STEP 2: CCAP Form – The CCAP form must be complete for each family. If there is more than one child per family, the additional Section 4 form must be complete for each additional child.  

Hours & Days:          7 am to 6 pm Monday through Friday

Ages:                         6 – 12 years

Meals:                        Breakfast and Lunch provided by District 300

Initial Cost:                No Cost

Staff Ratio:                1 Staff Member per 10 Children per Classroom

Max Total Children:  30 Total (May be increased per IDHS Guidelines)

Program Design:      Summer Camp Day Program Design including STEM, Arts & Crafts, Reading & Math, Games and Fitness

Registration:             A Boys & Girls Clubs Membership Registration Form is required to be completed and signed. Registration form are available initially from Advacate Sherman Hospital – please scan & email completed form to m[email protected] For online registration please click the button below.                            

Site Contact:            Isaiah De La Cruz – Site Director

                                    [email protected]   Cell: 847-915-0145

Essential Workers Childcare Program

We Are Here to Help

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 School District 300, we have opened a Club site as an Emergency License-Exempt Childcare Facility under IDHS guidelines at Parkview Elementary for essential workers.

Details of the Essential Workers Childcare Facility Club Site:

Location:                   Parkview Elementary, 122 Carpenter Blvd, Carpentersville, IL

Entrance to the facility is Door #4

Please read the instructions and complete all three steps below. Please note that you must qualify as an essential worker to qualify for this program. 

To qualify, each parent/guardian in the home must be a prioritized essential worker unable to work remotely. The applicant must meet the definition of a Prioritized Essential Worker. Please submit documentation as proof of each parent/guardian’s employment status along with this application. Acceptable documentation includes a pay stub within the past 30 days or a letter from your employer. If submitting a letter from your employer, please have them list 1) the company name; 2) your job title; 3) standard working hours; and, 4) your salary and frequency of pay (e.g. weekly, biweekly). After filling out the application below please upload document(s).

Reminder: In order to qualify for the childcare program, you must qualify as a priority essential worker per Governor Pritzker’s 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. 

STEP 3: Essential Worker Documentation – Please complete the following steps and upload your essential worker documentation below. 

Upload essential worker documentation below.

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