MCC College4Kids 2021

 

SplatCollege4Kids is an annual summer event held on the Meridian Community College campus. It is the summer experience for kids; there are lots of fun classes offered to children ages 6-12. College4Kids is June 7-11 and June 14-18.
College4Kids - The Summer Experience


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College4Kids Brochure

 

College4Kids
2021 Brochure

PDF Format - 6.8 MB



AlertPHONE AND PAPER REGISTRATION WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE THIS YEAR. Please evaluate your schedule before submitting your registration. Changes will not be allowed after registration is processed. 

 

CHOOSE YOUR EXPERIENCE!
CFK IS BACK! We have new safety protocols to limit exposure while still allowing for THE Summer Experience. Smaller class sizes, more individual attention, streamlined on-line registration and new class options are just some of the great things for 2021.

Choose from these class options:

Option 1 - CFK Combo

Option 2 - Single Class

All About Animals
Experience the fun of creatures big and
small. Learn the care and respect that every
animal needs. Make friends with hamsters,
kittens, bunnies, ponies and alligators! And
if you would like you can even milk a cow.
Mooo!

Art Made Ease!y
Use your imagination and a variety of
materials to create unique artwork! Come
with enthusiasm- Leave as an artist!
Students will learn color, design, and
other art elements through fun and messy
processes. Use your imagination and a
variety of materials to create different
project. Paint, sculpt, make collages and
explore texture.

Cake Decorating
Learn the proper way to frost and decorate
a cake. Create borders, flowers and other
imaginative designs.

Camp Create
Create many different crafts and enjoy many different art forms. Some examples are self-portraits, painting, picture frames and more.

Cooking for Fun
Let us take you on a culinary adventure. You will learn to be a chef.

Dino-Mite Dinosaurs
(formerly known as Fossils: Dig it!)
Fossils, dinosaurs, buried treasure….learn what’s it like to be a paleontologist.

New Fins, Furs, and Feathers
Step into the world of hunting and fishing! Explore local wildlife, learning bird-calls,
identifying animal tracks, touch animal fur, looking at antlers and skulls and more.

Gaming and Apps
Don’t just play games. Create your own. Explore game design and coding apps.

Hair, Nails & More
Learn about hair care, basic manicures and pedicures, and the proper shades of make-up.

Jr. Police Academy
Learn the duties and responsibilities of a law enforcement officer. Class sponsored by Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Department.

LEGO® Mania
Do you want to build a skyscraper or an entire village? All of you aspiring engineers and contractors should join the fun of building with LEGOs and using your imagination.

Marine Biology: Under the Sea
Immerse yourself in the excitement of discovery and exploration of the sea and all its creatures. Ready to take the plunge?

New Oh GROSS! Slime-Time!
It oozes- but doesn’t stickbetween your fingers. It comes in different colors. It acts like a liquid but can seem to be solid. Sometimes it glows in the dark! Explore the chemical reactions from slime recipes. Spark your child’s interest in science by appealing to the appalling. Make then squeal with delight! Explore science concepts behind reactions that shimmer and slime. Mix up things we use every day to create slimy substances. Discover the weird and wacky world of science with different hands-on projects each day - and they’ll bring some of it home.

New Pinterest Palooza
(formerly known as Making It Radical)
Join us for a handson Pinterest crafting extravaganza! Complete a craft or recipe each day. Learn it all- sewing, cooking, etiquette and more!

Playing with Potions for Lotions
(formerly known as SPA-LA-LA)
Do you like mixing ingredients to make lotions or cosmetics? Make and package bath and body products using all-natural recipes. Make body scrubs, bath balls, lip gloss, creams, and hand salve from scratch. Enjoy a SPA experience.

Science Frenzy
(formerly known as Mad Science)
Meet me in the lab! Experiment with making lots of crazy concoctions. Make gruesome goo, monster bubbles, and an active volcano. Students use their creative minds and scientific methods to implement their own crazy experiments. There will be demonstrations, handson activities, and group discussions that will make learning science fun.

Spies and Detective
(formerly known as Crack the Code)
Can you crack the code or solve the clues?
Use your spy and detective skills to solve a mystery daily! Work in groups to solve a series of FUN comprehension and puzzles! Using critical
thinking skills, problem solving and reading
comprehension, kids will complete a series
of challenges.

New Stir Crazy
The perfect combination of fun and creativity. Kids will learn the basics of cooking such as measuring and kitchen utensils while making delicious, bake-free treats.

New Sports Jamboree
During this fun and everchanging
week, kids will be introduced to a new sport every day to learn the very basics, and most of all HAVE FUN. Sports activities may include Track, Flag Football, Ultimate Frisbee, Capture the Flag, and Kick Ball. Develop self-esteem and a healthy attitude about team building and sportsmanship. Have nonstop fun with friends participating in various sport-related games while learning teamwork. Slip and slide on an inflatable water slide on the final day of camp.

Tennis
Learn and practice basic grips, forehand and backhand strokes, how to serve and volley. Bring your own racket and wear tennis shoes. This class is available as a single class option only.

Wacky Sports Splish, Splash
(formerly just known as Wacky Sports)
Be a part of fun physical activities that teach individual and team-building skills. Not your regular sports- these are all WACKY SPORTS! The last day of the week is WATER DAY- splish and splash on the inflatable water slide!

Zoom: Rocket Science
Build your very own rocket. Learn scientific facts about rockets and how they work. You will LAUNCH your rocket- family and friends invited to the blast-off day!

  • Parents will drop off and pick up in the classroom, not the gym.
  • Classes are nonrefundable after May 18th.

GENERAL GUIDELINES REGARDING COVID-19

  • Stay at home if you are sick, or do not feel well.
  • Wear a face mask when in public areas or when around other people.
  • Wash your hands often and for at least 20 seconds.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes.
  • Avoid close contact with others and keep a distance of 6 feet or more between other people.


These guidelines apply to ALL MCC CFK classes.

  • Where do I pick up/drop off my child?
    You will drop off the child in the building where class will be held. Pick up will be in the classroom.
  • How will I know where the classes are?
    After you register, you will receive an email notification with the classes you choose and their location.
  • Does my child have to wear a mask? Yes.
  • Why can’t I choose my two classes?
    To host the event safely, we are pairing classes to keep the same group of children together the whole week and reduce potential exposure of our children, staff and CFK workers.
  • What are the different class options?
    We have class combos that are two classes offered together as well as offering single classes for those unable to take two.
  • Can I choose two of the single classes? No.

Information
For more information:
Courtney Pitts, coordinator
cpitts2@meridiancc.edu
601.484.8856



 

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