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LEAD

Cost?
$20 per student for each semester of programming.

 

Where is LEAD held?
Boys & Girls Club has generously offered their gym and cafeteria space for us to use for FREE!

 

Do I have to drop off and pick up my children?
Yes, parents/guardians will be responsible for picking up and dropping off their student.

 

What about dinner?
A simple dinner will be provided for all students. Students are encouraged to eat their meals, but never forced.

 

What days and times does LEAD run?
LEAD runs every Thursday evening from 6:30pm-8:30pm from January 18 - May 9. Please watch the website and our Social Media pages for specific details.

 

What does a typical day look like?
The evening will begin with food and fellowship, and transition into a time of hands-on activities that focus on group development. They will then have an opportunity to lead in the safe environment with a time of debrief. A community leader, or our program director, will take some time to speak to your students, encouraging and educating them on servant leadership; ending the night with prayer and discussion.

 

How can I get involved?

Each week at LEAD, we provide around a 30-minute time slot for community leaders to speak on a topic of Christ-centered, servant leadership.

 

What will financial donations go towards?

Our main costs include weekly dinners, t-shirts for staff uniforms, student and parent program t-shirts, and educational materials.

LEAD

JAM

JAM

Cost?
$60 per student for 6 weeks of programming.

 

Where is JAM held?
In the past, we have partnered with Brenham ISD to hold our events in one of the elementary schools. In 2023, we met at Krause Elementary. For 2024, we will be meeting at Brenham High School.

 

Do I have to drop off and pick up my children?
We partner with the Brenham ISD Transportation Services for those who need it.

 

What about snacks and meals?
Breakfast and lunch will be provided for all students. Children are encouraged to eat their meals, but never forced.

 

What days and times does JAM run?
JAM runs Monday through Friday 7:30am-12:30pm typically from June 3rd to July 12th. Please watch the website and our Social Media pages for specific details.

 

What does a typical day look like?
The day will begin with Breakfast. Throughout the day there will be summer learning (in conjunction with the BISD), Big Group time, Small Group time, Lunch, various activities and weekly field trips.

 

What kind of field trips?
In the past, we have visited Mr. Gatti’s, The Bluebell Aquatic Center, the Silverwings Ballroom Skating Rink, and even some locations in Houston or College Station!

 

Will staff be trained in CPR? Basic First Aid?
Yes. All staff will be trained in Basic First Aid and infant, child and adult CPR with AED use by Washington County Emergency Services.

 

What if my child has to take a medication during the day?
JAM staff will not administer prescription or over the counter (Advil, Benadryl, etc) medications. If your child needs a medication during his/her time with us, we will contact the parent/guardian to come administer it. The exception to this is a rescue inhaler for asthma. In this case, the child must carry it at all times and be able to use it on their own. In the event of an emergency, EMS will be called.

 

Where can I sign up? 
Registration forms will live on March 11th - online and offline options! 

BLAST

BLAST

Cost?
$80 per student for each school year of programming.

 

Where is BLAST held?
Citadel/Redeemer Church allows us to use the gym, classrooms, and playground. 

 

Do I have to drop off and pick up my children?
We partner with the Brenham ISD Bus Service for those who need to come straight from school, and will be required to be picked up no later than 5:30pm.

 

What about snacks and meals?

A small snack will be distributed after arriving on the bus. 
 

What days and times does JAM run?
BLAST runs Monday - Thursday from the end of school hours until 5:00pm. Please watch the website and our Social Media pages for specific details.

 

What does a typical day look like?
Monday's include learning opportunities from community partners. Tuesdays & Thursdays will include one-on-one tutoring for the students who have requested homework help. The typical schedule will include Big Group time, Small Group time, snack, and various other activities.

What kinds of enrichment opportunities will the students have?

We are looking to provide students with art, music, dance, and sports enrichment opportunities and are open to any other opportunities that may arise.

 

How can I get involved?

Students Physical Needs:

  • Snacks, utensils

  • Educational materials

In-person Involvement:

  • One-on-one homework tutors

  • Relationship development & mentorship

  • Community Connections

    • Come teach a skill, craft, interest. (Ex: pie making, baking, gardening, fire safety)​

Financial Needs:

  • Investing in Brenham Next means your dollar goes straight to investing in the next generation!

 

What will financial donations go towards?

Our main costs include:

  • Educational Instructor’s stipends

  • T-shirts for staff uniforms

  • Student and parent program t-shirts

  • Educational materials

  • Field trips

  • Christmas Celebrations

  • End-of-Year Celebration

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