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The Kids Take Over the College for Two Weeks

KSCB News - July 19, 2011 1:46 pm

It¹s not too late to sign up for Seward County Community College/Area
Technical School¹s Kids College July 25-28. The college is offering a number
of summer enrichment courses for students entering grades 1-7 with two
sessions 8-10 a.m. or 10:15-12:15 p.m.

Classes this year are Archery: Bow-up, Babysitting Basics, Basic Art, Basic
Spanish for Kids, Challenge Course: Team-Building Adventure, Cheerleading,
Computer Creations, Crazy Cactus, Cats & Dogs, Creative Cooking, Digital
Photography ­ Express Yourself, Drawing, Experimenting with Crafts, Extreme
Martial Arts, Fun with Baking, Fun with Cosmo with Skin, Hair & Nails,
Getting Crazy with Clay, Hogwarts Academy, Introduction to Crochet, Jujitsu,
Just Bead It, Just Dance, Kids in the Kitchen, Mad Science, Microsoft
Publisher, NASCAR Soap Box Derby: Start Your Engines, Sail Through Keyboard
Skills with Games, Scrapbooking Explosion, Sing a Sea Shanty, Swimming, The
Microscope: A World of ³Wee-Little Beasties², Watercolor Magic, Yo Ho Ho A
Sea Song, and Zumba Fun.

Each class is $25.

Anyone enrolled in Kids College can have pizza and swim from 12:30-2:15
p.m., July 28.

A complete list of classes and age groups is available online at
www.sccc.edu.

To enroll, call 620-417-1170 or come by the Office of Business & Industry,
Student Activities Center, 1801 N. Kansas in Liberal.

 

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