The program, called Kids University, will feature morning sessions from 9 a.m. to 12 noon for students entering grades one through three and afternoon sessions from 1-5 p.m. for students entering grades four through six.
“Our focus is to cultivate new interests, expand knowledge, and spark imagination and creativity while providing a non-graded environment for personal growth and development,” explained Memorie Dickson, coordinator of community education. “We are committed to enhancing the love and adventure of learning while developing well-rounded children who will seek college educations in their futures.”
Classes include a variety of topics, from sports skills to engineering, science and math as well as dance, art and making healthy food choices. Students may choose three classes and two alternates. A full schedule of classes (with course descriptions) is available at www.uamont.edu/pages/resources/community-education/.<http://www.uamont.edu/pages/resources/community-education/.>
Tuition is $75 and includes a T-shirt and all supplies unless specifically stated in the course description. For more information, contact Memorie Dickson at (870) 460-1327.