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CLUBS ARE OPEN FOR REGISTRATON!
Character Clubs are a unique 1.5 hour mid-week club that pairs physical literacy with character education. No bored kids here- we are learning and moving! Affirming leaders create an atmosphere of growth and support. The clubs focus on building resiliency for kids coping with various life challenges. Kids are supported in making friends, personal leadership, social development, and Christian character.
- 1.5 hours.
- ages 6-11 or entering grades 1-6.
- Builds Christian character through mentoring and engaging activities.
- Character themes include: responsibility, respect, honesty, work ethic, problem solving, teamwork and more!
- Though offered free of charge, if families would like to make a donation, they may do so online or at our offices with an appointment.
- If there is no school on a club day due to a holiday or school closure, there will be no Clubs that day.
- NEW FOR 2021: As schools are not yet open to outside agencies, all our clubs have been moved to local Community Leagues and Church gymnasiums. For any club meeting directly after school, the KOT Leaders will meet the registered children at the front door of the school and walk them to the Club site. Pick up will be at the Club site.
- Space in the Clubs is limited and we often experience waitlists. We ask that participants attend regularly. If a child doesn’t show up for 2 weeks in a row with no communication from the parent/guardian, their spot in the Club may be given away to a child on the waitlist.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Will my child have to wear a mask?
Yes, currently we will be masking all participants and staff in any indoor locations.
What if we are not part of the Christian faith?
Not a problem! We invite all children to participate. Our program is non-coercive and inclusive. We focus on building strong character and utilize games, songs, and stories to do it!
Can a younger sibling attend with them?
Unfortunately, no. The program is specifically geared for grades 1-6.
My child uses an Educational Assistant at school. Can they still attend?
We ask that if a child uses an EA at school that you also provide one for the Club time. We have had many children be successful with this model!
My child has a physical or medical disability. Can they still attend?
We always work with parents/guardians to ensure success in our clubs.
COVID: How We Are Keeping Each Other Safe
Under City of Edmonton Bylaw 19408, masks are required to be worn in all indoor public spaces. Face coverings may be medical or cloth, and must fully cover the nose, mouth, and chin. Mesh or valve masks are not permitted. At this time, we are unable to accept registrations from children who are unable to wear a face mask.
Kids On Track operates a robust sanitization system, where all touch points are sanitized in between usages. Games and activities have been modified to allow for physical distancing.
In the event of a positive COVID-19 test result within participants/staff of Kids On Track, all persons who had contact with said case will be notified immediately. Details regarding the identity of positive or suspected cases cannot and will not be provided to families.
All COVID-19 policies are subject to change, pending federal, provincial, and municipal guidances.
Free! We do not have a registration fee as we want every child to be able to come, but we appreciate all contributions to keep these valuable clubs going. Did you know it costs Kids On Track $10/child/club to operate? Any help towards covering these costs is appreciated.