PO Box 914, Panama City, FL 32402 - 850-573-5606





 We are now registering for our 2020 Summer Program!

Starts Monday, June 8th.


Call 850-767-1752 or email Ms. Ruth at smithra1@bay.k12.fl.us to register! 







Get the 2019-2020 Family Handbook HERE.





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Program Info:



Monday-Friday from 2:15pm-5:45pm


Starts September 9, 2019


Waller Elementary School

11332 County Road 388,

Youngstown, FL  32466


Target school: Waller Elementary 


FREE snack and dinner served daily.

Bus transportation is available.


Program Contacts:

Program Director - Kate Robinson, Boys & Girls Clubs of Bay County 

admin@bgcbayfl.org - 850-573-5606


Site Coordinator - Ruth Smith

smithra1@bay.k12.fl.us  - 850-767-1752











Notice of Award: Waller Elementary School

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Bay County is pleased to announce that we have been awarded a 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant for Waller Elementary School in Youngstown, FL.  This program will offer academic enrichment during afterschool hours in English Language Arts, Math, and STEM, along with character development and healthy lifestyles education.  We will serve 100 Waller Elementary students in grades 1-5 on-site at the school.  A copy of our grant application is available on this website, and pleas email admin@bgcbayfl.org for more information.


2019-2020 Approved Grant Narrative


2019-2020 Continuation Notice 


2018-2019 Grant Proposal for Waller Elementary                      


2018-2019 Approved Grant Narrative                     


2018-2019 Summative Evaluation Report                            


Weekly Schedule


Intent to Apply Notice

More information about the 21st CCLC Program may be obtained by visiting the

following webpage on the website of the Florida Department of Education:




Questions or public input about the 21st CCLC program and grant proposal may be directed at

Hank Hill, CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bay County: 850-573-5606 or 



Last update: 5/27/20 


Conventional programs for youth are extremely important in our society. A recent study rated Florida 36th out of 51 for children's issues.