Youth Center Photo Collage

Middleton Youth Center

After School Program 2017-2018


Open Every School Day 3:45-6pm

(608) 225-2451
middletonyouthcenter@ci.middleton.wi.us
Schedule

NEW NEWS!


  • Girls Inc: The Youth Center recently joined Girls Inc. of Greater Madison! Girls Inc. will be meeting on Mondays and is open to any student who self-identifies as a girl. The focus of Girls Inc. is to raise girls who are strong, smart, and bold. Our girls have chosen to focus Girls Inc. this spring on art, girls and women in the media, and sexuality and healthy relationships. Any girl who wants to participate needs to turn in a Girls Inc. permission slip (available in English and Spanish at the Youth Center).

  • CANStruction Team: Our annual CANStruction Team (in partnership with Mead & Hunt) will meet on Fridays until the end of April! Students will work with professional engineers to design and build a sculpture entirely out of non-perishable food. Completed structures will be displayed at West Towne Mall at the end of April, and all food will be donated to the M.O.M. Food Pantry.

  • Thanks to the 3 parent volunteers, 5 staff members, and 32 students who made the Youth Center's annual overnight lock-in a success! Here are a couple of moments from the event: 
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  • Sports Club will be offsite at the Fighter's Memorial Park Indoor Baseball Practice Facility on WEDNESDAYS from January 3rd-March 20th from 4:15-5:30pm! Students will still meet at the Youth Center for snack and will take a bus to and from the facility. Directions to Firefighter's Park.


  • Parents and caretakers, please make sure that your student is aware of the Youth Center's expectations. A reminder of a few that have been overlooked recently:

    • Students are required to CHECK-OUT with a staff member before they leave the Youth Center.

    • Students are required to participate in an activity from 4:15-5:15pm. There are typically two activity options to choose from in addition to the homework room. Recreational cell phone use is not permitted during activity time.

    • Respectful behavior and appropriate language is expected at all times. In a conflict, students must use respectful language to express themselves and are encouraged to get help from a staff member if necessary. Physical violence is not a solution.

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