SF mascot Caesar with several College for Kids students.

College for Kids Gives Area Students Learning Opportunities on SF’s Northwest Campus

SF mascot Caesar with several College for Kids students.
SF mascot Caesar came to hang out with students in SF’s College for Kids program.

July 25, 2019 – College for Kids (CFK), organized by Santa Fe College’s Community Education department, offers students challenging, fun and hands-on learning experiences beyond the ordinary school environment.

The students, who range in age from 10 – 14, have spent time on the Northwest Campus learning about things they don’t necessarily teach during the school year. Courses covered everything from 3D printing, to dance, music, robotics and more.

The CFK runs Monday through Thursday over a four-week period during the summer. Session two enters its final week Monday, July 29. SF faculty and staff who will be on the Northwest Campus should be aware that the students will be getting lunch at the food court between 12:30 – 1 p.m. As a result, it will take more time if you are planning on getting your lunch during that time.

The second session of CFK will wrap up Thursday, Aug. 1 with closing ceremonies starting at 11:50 a.m. for the morning session and at 4:45 p.m. for the afternoon session. The closing ceremonies for both sessions will be held in Building WA, Room 108. Family and friends of the students are invited to attend.