College for Kids

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is an all-day program offiering the perfect blend of educational and recreation activities for your child. Located on MCC's Brighton Campus, the program is designed to provide children with opportunities to improve their basic skills while continuing their learning over summer vacation.

July 7-11 Fit-n-Active
During this first week of camp we will learn about each other’s
favorite sports, foods and what it means to be “fit and active”.
We will try out favorite and new sports, try making a healthy,
delicious lunch and the week will end with a field trip that will
keep us Fit ‘n Active.

July 14-18 Weird, Wacky, & Fun Science
Science is all around us! Camp this week will feature mad
science experiments, including using chemistry to make cold,
delicious ice cream and visits to some of MCC’s science labs.

July 21-25 The Great Outdoors
Do you love the outdoors? Then this week is for you. We will
go on nature hikes, geocache and learn about sustainability.
The week will end with a trip to the Seneca Park Zoo.

July 28-Aug 1 Myths, Legends, and Storytelling

Stories take us to new places and different points in time.
Campers will write stories for publishing, and maybe even
enter them in a competition. We will make S’mores, tell stories
around the “campfire”, and take a field trip to the Strong
Museum of Play.

Aug 4-8 TechKnow
Technology is changing constantly! We will take visits to the
MCC computer lab to explore new and exciting Web 2.0
technologies, and visit Rochester’s Makerspace to see a variety
of technologies – machining and metal work, electronics, 3D
printing and more.

Aug 11-15 Cultural Arts

Do you enjoy taking photos, or maybe painting is more your
thing. Be the producer or star of your own show! This week we
will explore creative arts – puppetry, photography, music and
theatre. We will end the week with the Camp Talent Show.

is for children entering 6th ,7th and 8th grades. TLC provides
campers the opportunity to develop leadership skills with MCC
Student Life and Leadership staff. Campers will hone their
leadership skills and then have the opportunity to apply their new skills by participating in leadership activities at the SCFK program part-time.

July 7-11 Amazing Athletes
What does it take to be a professional athlete? Are there other careers that capitalize on a passion and talent for fitness? This week, TLC is exploring careers in sports and health, while also learning about the mind-body connection.

July 14-18 Discovery Science
Science can solve a crime. It can save a life. It can take us to the moon, or to uncharted ocean depths. The scientific mind is always asking questions and considering possibilities--and that’s what TLC minds will do this week.

July 21-25 Explore Outdoors
Are you a nature enthusiast? Ever thought about turning that avocation
into an occupation? This week, teen leaders will be on the trail of careers
with an outdoor focus, from forestry to environmental engineering.

July 28-Aug 1 Out of This World Week
Heard any good stories lately? Chances are, you have--even if you’re not a reader. Stories shape our lives in surprising ways. This week, TLC will undertake an epic quest: to find evidence of myths and legends in modern entertainment. We will identify careers that involve storytelling--from narrative design in the gaming industry to digital storyboarding--and
create our own myths using modern technology.

Aug 4-8 TechKnow
Do you love technology? We will explore careers in technology through
visits to MCC’s Applied Technologies Center and then to Rochester’s own Makerspace. Machining and tooling, 3-D printing, electronics are just some of the technologies we will learn about.

Aug 11-15 ArtVentures
This week will be an exploration of creativity! TLC will sample different
art forms and collaborations, including the visual arts, literature, music,
theatre, film, dance and photography. The week will end with the
Camp Talent Show.

Tuition Per Session: $199.00

All Sessions: $1194.00

$10.00 per week discount for additional siblings
Deposit is due upon Registration.
Tuition balance is due 2 weeks prior to enrolled week.

To register, Check out our New Brochure or Call 292-2640 today!

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Field Trips
We will be going on weekly field trips. Previous field trips have included visits to state parks and local recreational attractions. Some of the field trips scheduled for this year include: The Strong National Museum of Play, Rochester Red Wings Game, RIT Recreational Pool, and more! Although each trip will be attended by instructors and assistants, we encourage parent volunteers to join us.

Summer College for Kids is designed for children entering grades 1 through 5 in the Fall of 2014 and a NEW TLC: The Leadership Camp for children in grades 6-8. The program runs Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. for a total of six weeks. Early drop off hours are available at an additional charge of $15.00 per week (7:30 - 8:00 a.m.)

In order to ensure the overall quality and integrity of the program, Summer College for Kids has a limited number of enrollment spaces and all registrations will be processed in order of receipt.

Registration Confirmation
Upon receipt of your child's registration form, his/her registration will be confirmed and you will receive a packet of general information including required forms to be completed and returned before the start of the program.

Refund Policy
A full refund will be made if the College exercises its right to cancel a session or if a session is full at the time your registration is received. Withdrawal must be made two weeks before the first day of your child's session in order to get a tuition refund. Withdrawal requests must be made in writing.

Note: all deposits are non-refundable after June 1, 2014.

Should you need to cancel, please send a letter to the Richard M. Guon Child Care Center stating your name, child's name, and session. The letter must be postmarked two weeks before the first day of your session. Official withdrawal from a session is the responsibility of the participant. Not attending a session, giving notice to an instructor or telephoning the College is NOT an official withdrawal.

Our professional instructional staff members each hold NYS Teaching Certifications. Our staff also includes a certified paramedic who oversees all health and safety policies.

Important Note: MCC may find it necessary to make changes in the curriculum, administration, policies, fees or any other phase of College activity, and reserves the right to make such changes or delete any program described within.

SPECIAL NOTE: If a child is unable to adjust in a reasonable period of time, MCC reserves the right to remove the child from the program. Tuition costs will be prorated according to the number of days of attendance.