Quest Fall Program: 3rd-6th Grade

Fall Programming begins Wednesday, September 1st, 2021

Registration starts August 2nd, 2021

To register and join us after school, the following needs to be turned in

Registration paperwork can be picked up at the Radford front desk or printed off the website. Questions? Contact Middle School Coordinator Lauren Nicholls at (920) 233-1414 ext.137 or


2:45 – 7 p.m.
(12:30 – 7 p.m. on early release Wednesdays)

Sept. 6 – Labor Day
Oct. 1 – Staff Training
Nov. 5 – Staff Training
Nov. 25-26 – Thanksgiving
Dec. 3 – Staff Training
Dec. 24-31 – Winter Break


As kids arrive they will be welcomed by staff and given the opportunity for homework help, small activities, board games, games room, and a healthy snack provided by the club. 

Throughout their afternoon kids will get to work with our Academic Coordinator doing STEM projects, coding, science, and an educational game on Chromebooks called STRIDE. They will also get to do activities with the Director of Social & Emotional Wellness and the Health & Fitness Coordinator. From doing things like Healthy Habits and games in the gym to working on dealing with the feelings we might have, kids, will have a busy and full day while here! 

We will be holding Tween nights every Tuesday from 7:00-8:00 with special activities for those that attend. 

The Boys and Girls Club is looking forward to bringing back family and parent nights this fall! 

We will be open on early release days at 12:30 p.m. and will be taking some field trips on those days throughout the school year! 


2:45-3:25 Snack/Games Room 
3:25-4:00 Outside/Playground
4:00-4:40 Program Session 1
4:40-5:00 Dinner
5:00-5:20 Outside
5:20-6:00 Program Session 2
6:00-7:00 Spend time with Teens


The Club will provide transportation from Perry Tipler, Merrill and Webster Stanley Middle Schools to the Boys & Girls Club each afternoon of the school year. There is no cost, but registration is required for this service. Youth in 6th-8th grade who are participating in the Big Futures Mentoring Program will also be provided transportation when needed. Seats available are on a first-come, first-served basis. Club members who would like to use our transportation must have a current Club membership on file along with a consent form signed by a parent or guardian before they are able to ride to the Club.

Please note that if the Oshkosh Area School District cancels after-school activities due to weather, Club-provided transportation will also be canceled.

Proud sponsor of Healthy Habits and Triple Play programs

The Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh is a United Way agency.