Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCGCV) Opens Additional Clubs to Aid in the COVID-19 Outbreak

Agoura, CA – To further aid the community and families in need of childcare during the Covid-19 Outbreak, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCGCV) has announced that the Notter Family Club located on the Redwood Middle School Campus in Thousand Oaks and Club Anderson located on the Los Cerritos Middle School Campus in Thousand Oaks have now been added to the list of open clubs to meet the critical childcare needs of the community.   

“We continue to monitor the situation closely and will continue to provide a safe environment for our members and the community,” stated Dr. Crystal Nāone, President/CEO of BGCGCV. “As part of our mission, we continue to provide a place of safety for youth and staff and we have very strict guidelines in place to maintain health, safety and cleaning precautions at each of our Clubs,” she added.  


The four BGCGCV Club sites serving youth ages 5 to 13 are currently available for full-time care:   

Morton Club @ Sequoia Middle School 

Phone: 805-375-5635 

Address: 2855 Borchard Rd., Newbury Park 

Hours: 7AM – 6:30PM 

Capacity: 75 Youth   


Johnston Club @ Colina Middle School 

Phone: 805-449-1309 

Address: 1450 E. Hillcrest Dr., Thousand Oaks 

Hours: 7AM – 6:30PM 

Capacity: 75 Youth   


 Anderson Club @ Los Cerritos Middle School 

Phone: 805-493-2917 

Address: 1980 E. Avenida de las Flores, Thousand Oaks 

Hours: 7AM – 6:30PM 

Capacity: 75 Youth 


Notter Club @ Redwood Middle School 

Phone: 805-371-4045 

Address: 231 W. Gainsborough Rd., Thousand Oaks 

Hours: 7AM – 6:30PM 

Capacity: 75 Youth 


Programming at the Clubs include enrichment activities, academic and social support, and the provision of packaged healthy snacks. Priority will be given to healthcare, public safety, and other essential workers. Space is limited based upon each location’s capacity. Weekly rate is $165 and the daily rate $45, scholarship available to any qualifying family.    

BGCGCV’s decision to open is subject to change on short notice, based upon continuous monitoring of guidance at the county, state and federal levels. Clubs will continue to operate as long as they are able to provide a safe environment for young people, always placing the safety of youth and staff first. The intention is to stay open unless the National Headquarters, Health Department or the CDC or any authorized government agency deems it unsafe.    

In addition, the BGCGCV continues to monitor all updates from the CDC and the California Department of Health Services for updated information. The BGCGCV advises all staff, families, and youth members to take precautions as recommended by the CDC, which provides additional resources such as handwashing guides, and information about how to talk to young people about the spread of COVID-19.   

For more detailed information such as health & safety standards, club maintenance, policies during the COVID-19 outbreak, and Club hours visit the website at


About the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley 

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCGCV) are open before and after school, during lunch, on weekends, for summer camp, and all-day during school vacations. Tours of the Clubs are available upon request. The Boys & Girls Clubs also offer a variety of employment positions with excellent benefits and ongoing professional development. For more information about employment opportunities, supervised youth programs, to donate, volunteer, or register online, log onto or call 818-706-0905. 

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One Response to Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCGCV) Opens Additional Clubs to Aid in the COVID-19 Outbreak

  1. DS April 2, 2020 at 5:41 pm

    PLEASE they need to close during this crisis!

    Boys and Girls Club of Greater Conejo Valley 818-706-0905 should be closed. They are not a childcare center they are a club like a community service program, which are all closed. They do not provide “daycare” and specifically not for ONLY those parents that are essential workers, *13(v), any member can attend. They are using school playgrounds and facilities not their own *3.(d). They are using closed school sites. They do not adhere to the limits of 10 people only, or the 6ft requirement, *2(a) they are not an essential business under the state order as they are not a daycare center but a community service program, which have all been shut down. They are going against order LA CO Safer At Home 3/21/20 Specifically Section 2. (a), 3. (d), 13.(v) and CA Executive order N-33-20. They are twisting the orders and their true role to validate being open.

    Please shut this down they pose a risk to our community! Ultimately someone will be held accountable when things go very wrong and COVID19 is spread to children, communities and staff!

    FYI I will be filling a report with the Los Angeles County Public Health Department and the CA State Public Health Department as well.


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