Participating school sites must submit an Advisor Agreement/Mini-Grant Application in August/September of each school year. This form can be obtained from San Joaquin County Prevention Services. Once the application is accepted by the FNL County Coordinator, the school site will have an "active" FNL/CL chapter and must comply with the requirments set forth in the agreement. Students attending school at participating sites are eligible for FNL (9-12 grade) and CL (7-8 grade) membership.
San Joaquin Friday Night Live Partnership is a youth development program that focuses on alcohol and drug prevention. Friday Night Live (FNL) is designed for high school aged youth and Club Live (CL) is geared toward middle school students (7th & 8th grades). SJCFNLYC (San Joaquin County Friday Night Live Youth Council) is designed to work with high school aged youth from all over the county working directly with the SJCFNLP Staff. The mission of SJC Friday Night Live is to build partnerships for positive and healthy youth development which engage youth as active leaders and resources in their communities.
Friday Night Live chapters are currently active at the following high school sites: Bear Creek, Cesar Chavez, East Union, Health Careers Academy, Jane Frederick, Manteca, McNair, Merlo Institute, Stockton Early Collegiate Academy,Tokay, and Weston Ranch.
Club Live chapters are currently active at the following school sites: Adams, Cleveland, El Dorado, George Bush, Henry, Kennedy, McKinley, Peyton, Rio Calaveras, Taylor Leadership Academy, Washington, and Wilson.
SJC Friday Night Live Youth Council is currently active at SJC BHS-CYS/Prevention Services.