Boys & Girls Club host resource fair for 8th grade students
Update: Date and location information for the resource fair has been updated below.
The Boys & Girls Club in Paso Robles will be hosting a free resource fair for eighth grade students and their parents. The fair is made available through the Taco Bell Foundation for Teens Graduate for Mas grant program.
The workshop is open to the public and scheduled as follows:
• Flamson Middle School, Wednesday, Feb. 25 at 6 p.m.
• Lewis Middle School, Thursday, Feb. 26 at 6 p.m.
The resource fair is part of a three-part transitional program for eighth graders going into high school.
Workshops focus on components of high school transition essential for being on track prior to entering high school and staying on track for graduation. The purpose of the fair is to bring together as many resources as possible for members and their families-in one location. Highlights of the resource fair include:
• A Teacher and Student Panel to answer questions from eighth graders and parents
• Teacher and student representatives from several high school clubs, sports, and elective classes
• Free Taco Bell, popcorn and prizes!
For more information regarding the resource fair or if your agency would like to participate in or sponsor the Resource Fair please contact Jeremy Perales or Erika Stoll at the Boys & Girls Club, (805) 239-3659.
About the Boys & Girls Club in Paso Robles
The Boys & Girls Club of North San Luis Obispo is an educational after school program and summer camp available to youth, ages 5-17, at an annual membership fee of only $20, with additional fees applied during the summer. The club serves children with high-quality programs in a safe, fun and caring environment. Children are engaged in academic, enrichment, and social activities that broaden their perspectives, develop their skills and enhance their lives.