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had when doing it. For those who do not have a need for this service that morning,  another member of the staff will get the kids doing something physical. They play  basketball, soccer or something similar. I find it helps my daughter work off the new  days energy and she is able to focus better in school. School busses come right to the  club to pick everyone up when it’s time.    The second program is the after school program. Busses come back from the schools  and drop the children off at the club. After a quick snack they head right into “Power  Hour.” For one hour everyone does their homework, reads, studies, or does something  on the computer in the media center. Then, as long as they have finished their  homework, it is up to them what they would like to participate in until their parents come  to get them.    While the before and after school programs are from elementary and middle school  children, the club also offers a 3 rd  program, free of charge, called the “Drop In” program.  This is for all high school students. They can come and go as they please. They have a  separate building away from the younger kids but as still fully supervised by the staff. 
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  • Spring '12
  • Fox
  • high school students., great social skills, school. School busses, school program. Busses, lives later. Children

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