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Middle school aged children have the opportunity to experience dynamic educational programs in Theater, GROW (Girls Reaching Out Wider) and Babysitting Training during the Session III Middle School Program with the City of Steamboat Springs Parks & Community Services department.
Registration is currently open for all Session III Programs which start as early as next week and run through early March. Session III Middle School programs include Theater on Mondays, GROW on Tuesdays (a mentoring program just for girls), and Babysitter Training on Thursdays. Depending upon the activity, the cost of clubs includes activity fees, transportation from the middle school, snack, and supervision.
The Babysitter Session is a comprehensive training developed by the American Red Cross to help kids, 11-14, learn the basics of handling children and the situations that arise while babysitting. Participants will receive a full Child and Infant CPR certification along with First Aid. In addition, they will learn child development, safety and injury prevention, and gain practical experience on feeding and diapering young children.
Expand your teen’s horizon mixing regional travel with educational outings through the Teens on Tour program for 6th to 8th graders. Teens on Tour travel out of Steamboat Springs during parent/teacher conferences to experience a variety of recreation opportunities in the state. The group will head to Denver and stay in a hotel while participating in a variety of fun activities in the Mile High City.
Registration materials and descriptions of individual programs can be found at the Parks & Community Services office, 245 Howelsen Pkwy, or online at steamboatsprings.net/youth. Contact Alexis Wolf, 970.871.7053 or email@example.com, with additional questions or for more information.
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Contact: Alexis Wolf, Parks & Community Services, 970.871.7053, firstname.lastname@example.org