Community Bulletin Board

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING DISCLAIMER REGARDING ANNOUNCEMENTS AND INFORMATION WHICH APPEAR ON THIS PAGE: Pursuant to Port Angeles School District Policy No. 4060, Community Relations, "This is NOT a school-sponsored activity. The Port Angeles School District has neither reviewed nor approved the sponsoring organization or its program, personnel, and activities announced in this flyer [activity]. The sponsoring organization and participants agree to protect, indemnify, and hold harmless the District, its board of directors, employees, and agents, from any and all claims, liabilities, damages, expenses or rights of action, directly or indirectly attributed to the organization, or its program, personnel, and activities. Permission to distribute this flyer [activity information] should not be considered an endorsement or recommendation of the program by the District.”  

Activities for our students and families in Port Angeles and Clallam County offered by local organizations are listed below as a service to organizations requesting and receiving approval for the posting of a program, activity or special event.

How to Get Your Information Distributed/Posted: If your organization offers opportunities for students and families in Port Angeles and Clallam County and you'd like to be included as part of this service, please fill out a Request for Student/Staff Participation or Distribution/Posting of Materials(download here or pick up a copy at the Central Services Building, 216 East Fourth Street) and mark the section for PASD Community Bulletin Board posting. (This form also offers additional services: posting of materials, distribution of materials and student participation.)

Who’s Bad – The Ultimate Michael Jackson Experience– September 30 @ 7:30 pm at PAHS Performing Arts Center-Ticket info at JFFA.org $18/$28/$40; Youth 14 & under $10. This production has been described as “an unrivaled celebration of pop music’s one true king” and “a jaw-dropping dance and music must-see”! Flyer

YMCA of Port Angeles Youth Basketball offers Co-Ed Kinder Hoops League for ages 4 – 6 (not yet in first grade) and for Boys and Girls in Grades 1 – 6. Registration offered September 5 through October 6, 2017. Flyer

Clallam County 4 – H, a WSU Extension program, offers hands-on project-based learning for children 5 years old and in Kindergarten through high school. Flyer

NOLS Battle of the Books Test your knowledge about the books you've read and compete as part of a team in a trivia contest held at your school! Begins in March. Call 360.417.8500 or email Youth@nols.org for more information. Flyer

Klahhane Gymnastics. School year classes, September 7-June 13. Gymnastics for Girls and Boys, age 3.5 to grade 8 . Wednesday morning Toddler/Parent Class for age 2-3.5 years. See flyer for more classes. Call Tamie or Jan, 360.457.5187 for more information. Flyer

Welcome, 7th Graders! Did you know that when you become a 7th grade students in Clallam County you also get a FREE membership to your Olympic Peninsula YMCA for the 2017-18 school year? Bring a parent/guardian to the Y (302 South Francis Street, Port Angeles) and we will sign you up for a membership that lasts until September 2018 Flyer

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula 2017 Report, Programs, Summer Activities

YMCA of Port Angeles, After the Bell. Grades K-6. After the Bell is designed to promote and enhance academic achievement, spark your child’s imagination and expand their confidence, skills and talents by pairing physical activity with homework support and project based learning. See enrollment options. Flyer

FIT5 Get Healthy. Have Fun. Free program for kids on the Olympic Peninsula. The Olympic Peninsula YMCA is offering a 12 week program for kids ages 8-17 to help them learn healthy habits for life. This program will meet every Monday night starting July 10, 2017, 5:30-6:30 p.m. Flyer

4-H Gardening Program, 5th Street Community Garden. Participants will work together to plant, grow and harvest our 4-H Garden while learning about a variety of gardening topics. Open to all youth ages 5-18 years. Space is limited. Program fee $15/youth. Email jenny.schmidt@wsu.edu to reserve space. Flyer

Join the Girl Force! Jazzercise.com/Girlforce Free Classes all year for Girls 16-21 years. 128 East 5th Street, Port Angeles. Flyer

Free YMCA Membership for Seventh Graders. Students, bring a parent/guardian to the YMCA of Port Angeles, 302 South Francis Street, and we will sign you up for a membership that will last until September 2017. Flyer

Boy Scouts – Discover the fun of CUB SCOUTS.  For more information, email sscott@seattlebsa.org or call 360.504.2170.  Visit us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/MtOlympusBSA/Flyer

Head Start – Early Head Start – ECEAP, a program for children and families that works. Now accepting applications in your community. Offering both part day and full day services, pre-natal to five years. For more information or an application, please contact Tammy Lidster at 360.452.4726 Flyer

Klahhane Gymnastics, Where Fitness is Fun! For information, call 457.5187.  Visit www.klahhanegymnastics. Flyer

High School and Middle School Students - When School is Out, the Port Angeles Boys & Girls Club is open! Fun programs, field trips, and activities are offered Mondays through Fridays for kids ages 7 to 12 with a separate Club for teens, 13-18 years. Register today to join the fun! Call 360.457.5187 or stop by, 2620 S. Francis Street.

K-12 Environmental Educational Outreach on the North Olympic Peninsula – DO something GREAT for the STRAIT! Engage your students and children in environmental educational programs offered by organizations on the North Olympic Peninsula. Brochure

Discover Campfire – A Club for any age, 3 years and up.  Clubs are organized by grades or the entrie family many join a Community Family Club.  Clubs meet after school, evenings or weekends. Contact 425.258.5437. Flyer

Come Learn to Row with OPRA - Olympic Peninsula Rowing Association! Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3:30 or 5:00 p.m., 1431 Ediz Hook Road. Visit our website at www.oprarowing.org.