College For Kids
Each summer College for Kids (CFK) "professors" teach courses for children grades 3-8 in math, science, technology, language arts (including foreign languages), social studies, STEM, art, music, health, nutrition, physical education and even lifetime hobbies.
New This Year
Based on community feedback, this year's CFK will be offered full days to better accommodate working parents' schedules. There will be three class sessions (90 minutes) each day. Children can choose to attend two or three classes daily.
A Few of the Courses
- The Amazing World of Reptiles and Amphibians
- STEM DIY Projects (model airplanes, mousetrap car, etc.)
- Microbe Mania (little bugs, creatures, etc.)
- Master Artists (famous artists and their work)
- Fabulous Photo Fun (taking and editing digital photos, slideshows, etc.
View the Course Description page for more information.
On the final day from 3-4pm, students will graduate from College for Kids 2016. The commencement ceremony will be held in East Hall where graduates will receive their certificate. Parents, grandparents, family members, etc. are all invited to participate, take pictures and view projects completed by the students. We will also recognize our teachers and volunteers.
CFK students may enroll in full days (8am-4pm) for $200 or half days (8am-12pm) for $150. Limited scholarships are available to those who have an economic hardship as set by state guidelines. For more information, contact Kerry Hogan at KHogan@winona.edu or 507.457.2309. Applications for scholarships are now closed.
College For Kids 2016:
Dates July 11-14, 2016
Monday - Thursday 8am-4pm
|| Daily opening general session in Kryzsko Commons (East Hall).
|| Session I - Class A
|| Break - snacks and refreshments provided in East Hall.
|| Session II - Class B
|| Lunch (bring your own) - all students meet in East Hall.
|| Session III - Class C
|| Parents pick up children at East Hall.*
Note: East Hall provides a central location for all parents to drop of children in the morning and pick them up in the afternoon. All teachers (or class "team leader") are asked to pick up and drop off their students at East Hall before and after each session.