Afterschool Program for K-12

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The 5-18 Club

A grass-roots, community-based program dedicated providing youth the opportunity to experience a variety of STEAM2 (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math & Mental Health) activities.

About the 5-18 Afterschool Club

Open Monday - Thursday, 3:00pm - 6:00pm

At the Lodi Family Center, 301 Mill St., Lodi, Ohio

$20 per month

Yes, only $20 per month. That includes the cost of additional programs such as Robotics and Arts Club!
Financial Assistance Available

Ages 4-18

Bus Drop-off from Cloverleaf

Free Programs & Activities

Learn more below, but we offer regularly scheduled STEAM courses, activities, and clubs.

Homework Time & Peer Support

Programs & Activities

Art Club

Kids Maker Space

Robotics Clubs

Lego Club

FIRST® LEGO® League

Garden Club

Model Train Building

Sewing

3-D Printing

And possibly more!  The interests of our kids help guide our curriculum!

Cost of programs are covered in the $20 monthly fee.

Additional fees may be requested for special activities (design your own t-shirt, 3D-Modeling, painting) to cover the cost of supplies. Children can earn vouchers by positively and actively participating in learning stations though!

Dear Families,

Welcome!  We are a grass-roots community-based program dedicated providing youth the opportunity to experience a variety of STEAM2 (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math & Mental Health) activities.

This handbook is designed to help you understand the policies and procedures, as well as privileges and opportunities, of the 5-18 Club. If you require this information in a language other than English, please let us know. If you have questions, please ask for Tracey George, Youth Program Director, or Rebecca Rak, the Executive Director. We desire to develop a healthy relationship with you and your child.

The information contained in this handbook is intended to help us work together to provide a positive STEAM experience for your children. Possession of it does not create any contractual rights or obligations for both staff or families. As our program grows and matures, the information in this handbook is subject to change at any time. When changes must occur, every effort will be made to keep families well informed.

Information is shared with families through the handbook, electronic and hard copy mail, Facebook page, website, and newsletters. We will do our best to respond to your questions, concerns, and comments. We feel it is important that you feel you are always welcome and that we are partners with you in supporting your children’s exploration of STEM, the Arts, and potential careers that may interest them in those areas.

If you need any information or assistance, please feel free to reach out to us. We promise to do our best to assist you in any way possible.

LFC staff and volunteers

Interested in one of our programs?

Contact us today to learn more.