FNL Programs


Calaveras County Friday Night Live (FNL) Programs are drug and alcohol prevention programs that develop youth advocacy, build leadership skills and create positive networks among young people and adults. Annual statewide conferences offer Calaveras FNL students the opportunity to connect with other teen leaders across California.

Club Live:

Club Live meetings are held during lunch once a week at the middle schools (Avery Middle School, Mark Twain Elementary School and Toyon Middle School.) Club Live is a fun and safe space for gathering and making new friends. Club Live members have opportunities to develop their youth advocacy skills and create innovated campaigns on their campus. Members play team-building games, hear guest speakers, and help build a happier, healthier school community. 

FNL Leadership:

Friday Night Live Leadership meetings are held at Calaveras High School and Bret Harte High School. Club members share their perspectives on campus culture and issues, and choose topics to focus on during the school year such as drugs, alcohol, mental health, bullying, etc. Students then create and lead school-wide campaigns on important teen issues. Join FNL Leadership and advocate for positive change on your campus.
FNL Mentoring:
FNL Mentoring is a youth development and prevention program that matches 7th and 8th grade "protégés" from Toyon, Mark Twain, and Avery Middle Schools with older, wiser 10th-12th grade "mentors" from Calaveras and Bret Harte High Schools. The mentors and protégés meet once a week after school for structured, supervised, and very fun activities highlighting important teen issues. For more information, please visit: http://www.calaverasmentoring.org/fnlm