How to Join
Any boy or girl in grades K-12 may become a member of the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County. An application form must be completed and signed by the parent or legal guardian. A membership fee of $30 per year is required. The membership year is from July 1st-June 30th. Scholarships are available.
Due to Covid-19, our application process has changed. Until we are notified by the county, the program at Ingold Clubhouse is not currently open for registrations. We are, however, accepting priority enrollments for the ASES program. Please call our office at (760) 728-5871 if you have any questions.
We require all members to present their Boys & Girls Clubs of North County membership card at the front counter in order to be admitted into the Clubhouse.
Policies & Procedures
Each child may visit the Ingold Club once before becoming a member.
A daily snack is provided to all members. Youth participate in a wide array of age-appropriate enrichment activities. For a complete list of programs offered, please visit here.
The Ingold Club is open every day after school and all day during the summer and on school holidays that are not recognized federal holidays. Our schedule follows the Fallbrook Elementary School District calendar.
Early bird 7am-12pm
Club Holiday and Training Closures
- New Year’s Eve
- New Year’s Day
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Staff In-Service: August 9th and 10th
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving day and the day after
- Christmas Eve
- Christmas day
$50 per month
Bus and van transportation is available from Potter Junior High and Fallbrook Elementary schools to the Ingold Club. The fee is due by the 25th of each month for the following month. If payment is not received by the 1st, your child may be dropped from the transportation roster. Transportation registration begins July 2nd. Routes fill quickly, so sign up early.
$25/day or $100/week
This program is provided during the summer and on school holidays from 7 a.m.-12 p.m. Registration and payment is required in advance of services.
ASES School-based Sites
This program has limited space and fills up very quickly.
The State of California provides funding for ASES before and after school programs for children to have extra opportunities to build academic skills, participate in enrichment activities and have a safe place to be before and after school.
Regular attendance is required and students who cannot attend daily or who leave before the dismissal time of 6:00 p.m. may be removed from the program in order to enroll those who can follow the attendance requirements.
If your child has been enrolled in the ASES program, had good attendance and behavior, they will be given a priority registration packet for the next school year. Packets will be distributed April 13th and are due back by May 29th. If packets are not received by the due date, the student will be subject to the open enrollment lottery.
Students wishing to enroll in the ASES program that are not eligible for priority enrollment will be entered into the open enrollment lottery. The lottery will be open from April 15th – June 26th. Students wishing to enter the lottery must complete the following form:
The lottery will be closed June 26th with notifications beginning July 6th. Participants will have 5 business days from notification to accept their spot. Those not receiving a spot in the program through the initial lottery will remain on the waiting list throughout the year and contacted as spots become available.
Each school based site conducts a morning program, in addition to the after school program. Your child must enroll specifically for the morning program. All registration and attendance requirements apply.
All school-based sites are closed on non-school days, however all Club members may attend the Ingold Club. Please contact the Club for specific hours of operation.
Rules and Regulations
In order for all the members to be safe and enjoy their extra opportunities to learn, certain rules are necessary. These rules have been developed as guidelines for having positive experience in the program.
Parents/guardians must make arrangement for members to be picked up by an authorized person everyday by 6:00pm (unless they have signed a permission to walk home on the Enrollment Form). The “Sign-Out Authorization Form” provides a place for parents/guardians to list other persons who are authorized to pick up the child.
The school rules are in effect at all times at the Boys & Girls Clubs. Members whose behavior warrants will be disciplined by the program staff and the regular school administration.
Respectful, polite behavior is encouraged at all times. Foul or abusive language, verbal or physical threats or abuse of others will not be tolerated. The progressive discipline plan outlined in the “Discipline Policy” will be followed as needed.
Members must stay in areas where staff are present. Members must never leave the site without permission or knowledge of the program staff.
Please leave personal items and toys at home. Staff will not be responsible for lost or stolen items. Donations of board games, etc., on the other hand will be happily accepted.
Members will be asked to help clean up their spills and messes. Everyone will help keep the program area/Club looking neat and clean.
Field trips and special programs are a privilege. Members who do not cooperate with staff members may lose that privilege until they prove that they can follow rules and be trusted to behave safely and courteously.
It is very important for members to obey the adult staff at all times. Failure to do so may result in suspension or expulsion from the program.