March FYI Newsletter

Director’s Message: As winter turns to spring and the weather begins to warm up, come in to the Youth Center and enjoy some games in the AC or take advantage of the nice weather and play some basketball outside.  With the weather turning warmer, it is also a reminder that summer is right around the corner and with summer comes the FCYC Summer Camp! Registration is taking place now and is open to the first 60 applicants! SWAT will meet on Thursday March 5th. On Thursday, March 12, the youth center will be open from 6-9 pm for any student wishing to come hang out with the Flagler Youth Coalition for Natural High.  Remember, spring break will be March 16th - 20th and the Youth Center will be closed. There is also a teacher workday on Friday March 13th and the Youth Center will be closed that day as well. With spring comes two of America’s favorite pastimes; Baseball and Testing! With testing season upon us, I would like to wish all the students in Flagler County good luck on all their upcoming state and district tests!  

Student Advisory Council:. SAC will meet on March 9th and 12th of this month at 2:30 and our community garden workday will be March 31st. 

Summer Camp: Open Registration for the 2019 Summer Camp begins on March 1st. The camp is open to incoming 6th-9th grade students and the cost is $175 for the entire summer. There are only 60 spots available so don’t delay, register today! Additional information and registration instructions can be located at 

March Motown Madness: Mark your calendars NOW, for Saturday March 21st at 6:00pm, Because Motown Madness is back, here at the G.W. Carver Community Center! The Dinner and Dance will feature music by the popular group “Traces of Gold.” The event is designed for everyone to have a super fun time, while raising funds for the George Washington Carver Foundation. Tickets are $50pp, and can be purchased by contacting Jordan Butler at [email protected]

Road to Success Program:  This past month RTS reached 226 GEDs earned, with 27 students obtaining honors.   We had two more students enlist in the military and 3 students who enrolled into college.   Students are interning at East Coast Gym, Flagler Humane Society and Flagler Youth Center.   Students received presentations and workshops from Department of Juvenile Justice “Know the Law”, met with the Army recruiter, completed Food Handlers ServSafe and First Aid & CPR credentials.  UF/IFAS Extension Family Nutrition Program conducted healthy eating workshop and are looking forward to a busy March.  


If you have any questions about our Youth Program or would like to partner with our Paid Internship program, please contact Taahira Lee, Case manager 437-7526 ext. 1189 or Brian Willard, Program Manager @ 386-437-8279.