Webster School Services
Boys and Girls Club of Malibu After-School Child Care Program
Grades: Kindergarten to 5th Grade
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Thursday: 1:40pm – 6:30pm
Fridays: 1:15pm – 6:30pm
Boys & Girls Club of Malibu (BGCM) offers a vast range of important and influential tools, life skills, and programs providing a fun, safe, and inclusive environment. Every child has the opportunity to benefit from our team of Youth Development Professionals and the exciting & enriching after-school programs we offer.
Program pillars include, but are not limited to:
Social Emotional Wellness
Character + Leadership
Outdoor Sports & Activities
Arts & Crafts
City of Malibu Enrichment Classes
For more information and pricing, go to the BGCM website.
The ability to pay is never a barrier to participating in BGCM programs. If you qualify for free/reduced lunch through SMMUSD, please reach out to learn more and enroll.
Email: Director of Elementary Programs firstname.lastname@example.org
Other available programs:
Instrumental and Vocal Music Specialists
The school district provides a choice of instrumental music lessons or chorus to every 4th and 5th grade student in two 40-minute weekly sessions. Third grade classes are given one 40-minute vocal music lesson each week. They also learn to play the recorder.
Students falling below grade level in reading are offered special classes during school and summer classes to help them meet grade level standards.
District Nurse and Health Office Assistant
Our school nurse provides vision and hearing screenings and is on call for emergencies or other special circumstances. Our Health Office Assistant is here two days per week to attend to students with minor injuries and illnesses. Our office staff are trained in both First Aid and CPR.
Psychological testing and evaluation are available upon teacher recommendation and parental request.
Every 1st-5th grade class attends physical education classes for 125 minutes per week with our Physical Activities Specialist. The program teaches developmentally appropriate skills and places an emphasis on fostering sportsmanship and physical fitness. The Webster PTA funds a second physical education instructor to reduce class sizes.
Specialized Academic Instruction Program
Students may qualify for Special Education support based on Federal and State guidelines. Services are provided in accordance with each student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP). Students may also qualify for other Special Education services, such as Adaptive P.E., Occupational Therapy, and Counseling.
Identified 4th and 5th grade students are offered opportunities to participate in such activities as before-school Math Club, Jr. Great Books, Advanced Computers, and special programs are offered through John Hopkins University.
Speech and Language
Students who qualify for this Special Education program are served by a specially trained teacher who works with the classroom teacher to meet each child’s individual needs.