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Tools for Parents/Caregivers and Clubs

Boys and Girls Clubs across Canada are an important source of support for parents and caregivers. We have developed several tools and resources that provide useful tips and information about issues facing young people.

Stay Safe Online is a tip sheet for youth. It’s a static cling, removable and reusable sticker that easily secures to walls, windows, computers, or books. It’s a great way to promote safe online behaviours with kids. Developed with the support of Microsoft Canada’s Unlimited Potential program.   
 
If you are Club staff and would like to order this resource, download this order form: Resource Order Form.doc
 
If you are a member of the general public and would like to order this resource, download this order form: 
Internet safety resources order form.pdfInternet safety resources order form.pdf
 
The Internet Safety booklet is designed for parents and caregivers and includes information on the issues of Internet safety and cyberbullying. It includes practical ways to protect children online, ways to stop cyberbullying, and a list of resources for more information. Developed with the support of Microsoft Canada’s Unlimited Potential program.  
 
If you are Club staff and would like to order this resource, download this order form: Resource Order Form.doc
 
If you are a member of the general public and would like to order this resource, download this order form:
Internet safety resources order form.pdfInternet safety resources order form.pdf
 

searsbully.jpgBullying: What You Should Know... What You Can Do is a resource, developed with the support of Sears Canada, that provides families with useful information  on how to recognize the signs of bullying in victims and bullies and what you can do about it. 

 

  

 

If you are Club staff and would like to order this resource, download this order form: Resource Order Form.doc

If you are a member of the general public and would like to order this resource, download this order form:
Bullying pamphlet order form.pdfBullying pamphlet order form.pdf

 
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As part of the BGCC’s national Power Up! academic support program, a booklet of 50 simple, effective tips was developed for parents and other caring adults to help kids succeed with their education.  
 




If you are Club staff and would like to order this resource, download this order form:Resource Order Form.doc

 

If you are a member of the general public and would like to order this resource, download this order form:                 
Power Up! 50 tips sheet order form.pdfPower Up! 50 tips sheet order form.pdf


When the School Bell Rings–After School Resources for Parents

This resource provides tips for parents and caregivers on how to choose the best after school option for their child. 



 


If you are Club staff and would like to order this resource, download this order form:    

Resource Order Form.doc

If you are a member of the general public and would like to order this resource, download this order form: 

When the School Bell Rings pamphlet order form.pdfWhen the School Bell Rings pamphlet order form.pdf 


Nuturtion A-Z_A Guide to Healthy Eating.jpgNutrition A-Z: A Guide to Healthy Eating

​This guide provides information that will help staff answer questions about some common nutrition issues as well as plan healthy snacks and meals at the Club. The guide also provides tips for parents/caregivers that will empower them to help their families eat well and lead healthy lives.

 

 

Download now!

Nutrition A-Z: A Guide to Healthy Eating

For Clubs only: Free hardcopies are available to Clubs. Llimit one per Club. Order a hardcopy today!

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BGCC’s National Youth Engagement Report  

Ever wonder what successful and authentic youth engagement looks like in a Club? The Promising Practices for Authentic Youth Engagement report paints a very clear picture! BGCC partnered with Taylor Newberry Consulting to conduct a youth-led research project about youth engagement at four Clubs. The findings were compiled into a report that unpacks what is required by Clubs to genuinely engage young people, as told by youth themselves. Read the report today!

If you have questions about this report, please email Vivian Trumblay​.




 
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