Canyon ISD

A History of Excellence - A Tradition of Caring

Canyon Independent School District

 is excited to announce the Boys & Girls Club of Amarillo & Canyon

as the new after school program provider located at each elementary and intermediate campus!


The Boys & Girls Club of Amarillo and Canyon offers a variety of fun and exciting programs that will benefit your child not only after school but in life. Below is a list of some of the AMAZING programs in which your child will have the opportunity to participate:

Power Hour helps participants achieve academic success by providing homework help, tutoring, and high-yield learning activities while encouraging students to become self-directed learners.

Project Learn reinforces the academic enrichment and school engagement of young people. Club staff creates opportunities for high-yield learning activities including leisure reading, writing activities, discussions with knowledgeable adults, and opportunities to help others. Students will also have opportunities to play games that develop young people’s cognitive skills.

Club Tech engages students with exciting project experiences that provide all ability levels with a foundation of technology skills which explore three central themes: building, exploring and communicating. Staff can tailor students’ experiences by selecting from over 40 activities designed for beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. 

Triple Play is a comprehensive health and wellness initiative striving to improve the overall health of students by increasing their daily physical activity, teaching them good nutrition, and helping them develop healthy relationships.

Where: Located at each CISD elementary and intermediate campus

When: Monday-Friday, 3:00-6:00 p.m.

Who: Kindergarten-6th grade students

Cost: $18.75 a week or $75 a month/per child


Registration begins July 15, 2015.
To register your student go to 

 For more information please call (806) 372-8393.

The Boys and Girls Club of Amarillo and Canyon is exempt from Texas licensing and is not required to be licensed by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.