UNK childcare again offering Summer Fun Club program

Writer: Todd Gottula, Director of Communications, 308.865.8454, gottulatm@unk.eduContact: JoAnna Cordova, 308.865.1576, cordovajl@unk.edu

KEARNEY – The Child Development Center at the University of Nebraska at Kearney is accepting enrollments for its 12-week summer school age Fun Club childcare program.

The program at the childcare facility on campus includes minicamps for children completing kindergarten through third grade and includes a variety of activities.

Children will visit departments on campus for educational and hands-on activities in areas of biology, construction management, art, swimming and theater.

The week starts with a trip to the library, where they will participate in story time and check out books. Weekly activities culminate with a Friday trip to Harmon Park for sack lunches and park activities.

The program includes daily lunches at UNK dining services Chartwell, as well as breakfast and snacks at the Child Development Center.

Summer Fun Club’s room is based on the second floor of the Otto Olsen building at UNK.

The program runs May 22 through Aug. 12 and costs $130 per child, with two weeks of vacation given. A $25 enrollment fee is charged to families new to the Child Development Center. The facility is open weekdays from 7 a.m. to 5:45 p.m.

For enrollment paperwork or more information, contact JoAnna Cordova at 308-865-1576.

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Writer: Todd Gottula, Director of Communications, 308.865.8454, gottulatm@unk.edu
Contact: Jo Cordova, 308.865.1576, cordovajl@unk.edu

One thought on “UNK childcare again offering Summer Fun Club program

  1. Visiting new places never seen before would definitely be interesting to children. Going to the theater, library, and a hands-on biology area would be very entertaining. Kids love to touch everything they see, and a place that allows this would be ideal. They have such curious minds, and love absorbing new information constantly.

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