Building partnerships for positive and healthy youth development
What is Club Live?
Club Live is a lunchtime program for middle school students. Members participate in educational activities and games focused on drug and alcohol education, self–esteem, refusal skills, goal-setting, and friendship. Snacks are provided, and community guests (from CHP, Public Health, and other local organizations) also speak at Club throughout the year! Club Live members work collaboratively with their peers to develop a safe space and learn about topics important to them and their school.
ATCAA’s Club Live program is under the umbrella of the Friday Night Live (FNL) Program, which builds partnerships for positive and healthy youth development which engage youth as active leaders and resources in their communities. The FNL Program provides county-wide and school-based alcohol and drug prevention activities, as well as programs in wellness, healthy relationships and leadership. The program engages youth from various backgrounds and interests in a variety of youth-led and youth-focused events.
Who is Eligible?
Everyone in grades 6-8 at participating elementary schools is welcome to participate!
Too old for Club Live?
Check out Friday Night Live our high school drug prevention program for grades 9–12. Learn More
Club Live’s Current Sites:
Soulsbyville Elementary―Tuesdays at lunch, Room 40
Sonora Elementary―Wednesdays at lunch, Room R1
Twain Harte Elementary―Thursdays at lunch, Cafeteria
Columbia Elementary―Wednesdays at lunch, Portable 18
Interested in Club Live? See the Contact Information below.
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Interested students, parents, and speakers should contact us:
Friday Night Live Coordinator
(209) 533–1397, ext. 221
427 N. Hwy 49, Sonora, CA