Teen Services Hours:
Monday through Friday
3:00pm-6:00pm: Teen Room open
6:00pm: Teen Transport & Teen Room Closed
Monday through Friday
3:00pm: Doors open
3:30-4:45pm: Clubs & Swim*
*BGC Swim time is offered Tuesday-Thursday.
5:30-6:00pm: Club Choice
6-6:30pm: Unplugged and Unwind + Normal Pick up
6:30-7:00pm: Club Clean-up
(Pick ups after 6:30pm are considered late pick ups)
Day Programming (Both Schools)
7:30am: Doors open
7:30-8:30am: Breakfast Available
10:00-11:00am: Club Flow
11:30-3:00pm: Club Flow
3:30-4:45pm: Swim/Gym/Game Room/Power Hour
5:30-6:00pm: Club Clean-up & Final Pick up
Pick ups after 6pm are considered late pick up
Our Day programming schedule is extended until 6:30pm when one school (Tribal school or Lakeside) has regular or early release school hours while the other has no school.
Boys and Girls Club- Teen Services
Teen Staff provide direct transport to club from Lakeside High School (weather permitting), arriving between 3:00-3:15 pm for up to 10 youth. They perform an after sports pick up, arriving at the school between 5:15pm-5:30pm.
Teens riding the BGC van home will leave the Coeur Center at 6pm.
The Teen room is a safe space reserved for our BGC teens to hangout in the Coeur Center supervised by Adolescence Support Specialists.
- Snacks & Dinner provided
- Pool Table & Ping Pong Table
- Drink Mini Fridge
- Wall mounted charging station for mobile devices
- Two Smart TVS
- A PS4, Xbox 1 & Wii
- Netflix, DisneyPlus and ESPN+ access
- Puzzles & Board Games with new ones purchased on a quarterly basis
Basketball Court (Volleyball Standards available)
Basketballs, Volleyballs and Footballs are available for Teen Use.
Teen nights are a special events for Teens, 12yr olds & up, from 5pm to 11pm.
Dinner is provided and a variety of activities are offered.
For example: Hide and Seek, scavenger hunts, painting design contests or tournaments for gaming, basketball or volleyball.
Boys & Girls Club of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe has offered a wide range of youth sports throughout the years. Activities included youth tackle football, cheerleading, volleyball, basketball, soccer, baseball, USGA Jr. golf, swimming, dance, archery, and wrestling.
Current BGC membership applications are your child’s means of participating in sports offered through our club.
Stay tuned for updates regarding our future sports offerings! Our new Softball fields, Football Field and Concessions are ready for new athletes!
2019 USA Football’s First Down Event
First Down introduces kids and parents to the game of football in a fun, free and friendly format • Kids learn the basics of football such as running, jumping, passing and catching in a no-pressure, non-intimidating setting.
We had a great day with all the kids! Thanks for bringing your kids down to play! We hope to do this again soon!
Marimn Health would like to extend a huge thank you to Pitch in For Baseball & Softball for awarding us an equipment grant for our 2019 Baseball Season. They provided us with gently used bats, brand new catcher’s set, helmets, new baseballs, and new tee-ball/youth baseball mitts! With their help, we were able to provide more comfortably fitting helmets, better gloves for some of our youth, more suitable baseball bat sizes, provide equipment for our players – sparing our parents some additional expenses and generating more excitement during games thanks to our kids wanting to show off the new gear!
Click on their logo to visit their website and see all the awesome work they are doing around the nation! Our kids had tons of fun thanks to PIFBS!
The Tribal Youth Council is aimed at students ages 14-18. It is recognized by the Coeur d’Alene Tribal Council as a formal entity within the Coeur d’Alene Tribe. The Council is also recognized as a UNITY Tribal Youth council.
Their activities include fundraising, community projects, leadership camps, UNITY conference and the Northwest Indian Youth conference. The Council’s community projects have included cutting and stacking wood for elders, serving dinner at community events, cleaning and planting flowers at the neighborhood parks, and helping at the Affiliated Tribes of the Northwest Indian conferences. Their fundraising projects have included 50/50 drawings, bake sales, and the largest fundraising project was a Youth Basketball Tournament.
The Tribal Youth Council also hosted dances for the youth in the community; 2014-2018, 924 youth attended the eleven-hosted dances.
Interested? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!