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2017 College For Kids Catalog and Registration

 

2017 College for Kids Catalog and Registration Form

Welcome to KSU at Tuscarawas College for Kids 2017 program!  We have added some great new programs such as "Splatter & Drip Let's Paint!", "Get Wild with Nature", "Artistic Geometry", "Animal Camp", "Teddy Bear ER" and "Emergency Room".

Along with the new classes we have some favorites back again like "Makerspace Magic", "Jr. Chefs", "Ready, Set, ACTION!" and "Living in 1772: Historic Schoenbrunn Village".

To register online 2017 College for Kids Schedule.  This is the most efficient way to register your student and be assured he/she will have the best opportunity to get the classes they most want to attend! 

If you are registering for "Living in 1772: Historic Schoenbrunn Village" be sure to complete the Transportation Waiver.

*Registrations are not valid until transportation waiver and Medical Information/Permission Form is submitted to csupers@kent.edu

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

Appropriate Grade:

If your child has completed Kindergarten he/she is eligible for classes grades 1-3.  If your child has completed grade 3 he/she is eligible for grades 1-3 or 4-6.  This decision is subject to your judgment of your childs maturity considering they will be with 5th and 6th graders.

Lunch:

If your child is taking both AM and PM classes he/she will bring a packed lunch with a drink.  He/she will be collected by CFK staff from their AM class and taken to the lunchroom and monitored during lunch, then taken to their PM class.

Parents Letter

By Monday, June 12th you will receive an information letter via email or US mail, with details for College for Kids.

Drop off and pick up:

On the first day of College for Kids we will check students in in the lobby of Founders Hall and have a brief student/parent/teacher/staff meeting in the Founder's Hall Auditorium.  There will be two check-ins and two meetings at 9:45 am for the morning students and again at 12:15 pm for the afternoon students. If your child is here for both AM and PM classes you do not need to come back for the PM meeting.  Parents will then go with their child's teacher to their classroom and check them in. At the students last class of the day parents will also sign their student out. Staff will be on hand to help parents/guardians find their students afternoon classroom. For the remainder of the week you will take your child directly to his/her classroom and pick them up at the end of their last class of the day.

KSU at Tuscarawas College for Kids and Leadership Tuscarawas presents
"History's Future"  *Grades 4-8

 

History's Future

"History's Future"  is off-campus with tours of Warther’s Museum, Auman TV Museum, Dover Riverfront Park, Dennison Railroad Depot, Uhrichsville Clay Museum, Trumpet in the Land, Tuscarawas County Center for the Arts, Kent State University at Tuscarawas: Performing Arts Center and Tuscarawas County Historical Society, Zoar Village, Fort Laurens, Sugarcreek Cuckoo Clock and Alpine Hills Museum.  Students will compare technology from the past with the present.  This will include the use of ground censoring radar and a hands-on archeological dig along with stepping inside an actual working cuckoo clock.

You will also learn the technology of making and sharpening knives as well as understand the workings of everyday items like the television.  Finally, this will all tie together through discussion to help students preserve and share our history for the future by providing a framework for volunteerism and civic involvement.

This class is made possible in part through a grant from Tuscarawas Valley Heritage, Inc. and the Tuscarawas County Historical Society.

For more information and to register "History's Future". Registrations require a signed Transportation Waiver and are not valid until transportation waiver and Medical Information/Permission Form is submitted to csupers@kent.edu

Veronica Spidell, Director, Leadership Tuscarawas, Grades 4-8  $75

leadershiptusc@gmail.com

*History’s Future students are not eligible for the College for Kids, KSU at Tuscarawas University Foundation grant.

 

College Level Scholarship Dollars for College for Kids in 2017! 

CFK students will be awarded a $100 scholarship toward credit hours to attend college level classes at Kent State University at Tuscarawas upon graduation from high school! This scholarship cannot be used to attend College for Kids or non credit classes. CFK students will receive a scholarship certificate upon completion of College for Kids.
Please see guidelines below:

*Limit $500 over 5 years *Limited scholarship-must be in degree status *No cash value *Must present original certificate to redeem *Bearer document-no replacements *Redeemable only at Kent State University at Tuscarawas *Not transferrable

Questions about the CFK Scholarships?

Call Cindi Supers at 330.308.7434 or csupers@kent.edu

 

Kent State University at Tuscarawas reserves the right to cancel any course or activity due to insufficient enrollment or for other unforeseen reasons. In the event a program is canceled, the University is not responsible for any related costs, charges or expenses.