Held every Wednesday at each site, our clubs are a highlight of the week. Children love that the clubs are based on their unique interests and hobbies such as carpentry, rock music, Legos, dance, robots, cooking, and more. Children have the opportunity to go more in depth with a specific club topic resulting in increased […]

17 September

Intramural Sports

We encourage children’s interests in organized sports through our Intramural Sports Program, including our popular Flag Football Program and Cheer. Children practice and develop their skills at their home site and then compete weekly against other Kids’ Country site teams, culminating in a tournament to showcase their skills.

17 September

Run for the Sun

In Kids’ Country’s Run for the Sun running program, our coaches train kids to participate in 5K community events in the fall and spring seasons. Children train several times each week and develop fitness goals to beat their personal best. We host a 5K Run and Community Field Day where participants test their skills and […]

17 September

Homework Support

Our staff work closely with parents and teachers to help children complete their homework after school and tackle academic challenges. For our older children, we also provide dedicated staff, space, time and technology such as Chromebooks and MacBooks, to support homework needs.

17 September

Edible Education

Inspired by local chef Alice Waters, Kids’ Country offers edible education and outside gardens that provide the basis for interactive lessons in science, math, social sciences, and health. The children use the food they grow to prepare scrumptious meals, while learning the value of sharing a family-style meal.

23 July


Our Mindfulness Program helps children build awareness of their current feelings. Mindful practice leads to encouraging impulse control, lowering stress and building emotional competency.

17 September


Kids’ Country’s Anti-Bullying Campaign supports safe and inclusive environments for all children. Staff encourage children to talk about what bullying looks like, why it is hurtful and how to help themselves and others when in a bullying situation. Kids’ Country celebrates Anti-Bullying Week annually to bring awareness to all children.

17 September

Service Learning

Service learning helps children build empathy and global citizenship. Kids’ Country kids help identify a need in their own community or globally. Among their projects, they have raised funds for Heifer International, collected pet supplies and donations for the SPCA and canned goods for the Food Bank of Contra Costa.

17 September

Kids' Country supports a child's natural curiosity and love of learning in a safe and inspired environment where they can discover their passions and achieve great things.