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Teen Scene U- Middle School Aged Supervision!

T for Teen

Are you looking for someplace safe for your Middle School student this summer?

The DCSD Before and After School Enterprise is introducing a NEW Program for those tweens that need supervision and activities for the summer.  Located at Cresthill Middle School in Highlands Ranch - Parents can have supervision for their children from 7am to 5pm Monday through Friday.  Kids 6th grade through 8th will be engaged in learning activies and fun youth centered destinations!  This is the first of it's kind in DCSD!  The hope is that this run will turn out to be a success and we can introduce it at multiple locations!   Further information can be found on the website-    https://sites.google.com/dcsdk12.org/teen-scene-u/home

Specifics about the Teen Scene U Leaders-

Sterling and Mike have long realized that DCSD needed care for those kids that have outgrown traditional child care, but still need a safe place to have fun and connect with others. This is the inaugural year of Teen Scene U. A place for just that- kids to connect, have fun, and come together with a purpose for the day.

Parents are able to sign up for as many days as they wish, with no minimums attendance requirements. Parents will know where their tweens are, and feel secure that kids will be supervised and safe for the whole day.

Kids will enjoy:

Field trips to interesting and exciting destinations!

Cooking, Art,PE, and Science Classes!

Group interactions and team games!

Inclusion and FUN!

Join us! We are looking for fun kids that need great things to do this summer!

May 8, 2018 | By sadowling | Category: BASE

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