Sartell-St. Stephen Community Education and Summer Recreation
Go to www.sartellststephencommunityed.com to see the entire listing of available community education and summer recreation programs.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Minnesota's KIDSTOP provides a way for parents to give their kids a quality after-school experience at an affordable price. KIDSTOP gives kids daily opportunities that parents know are vital for their child's healthy growth. Such opportunities include quality staff who provide homework help to members. KIDSTOP kids can also choose to get involved in sports leagues with interclub tournaments. Children can hone their creative talents with KIDSTOP's art programming, which includes daily crafts activities, as well as beginner's dance and theatre. All of these services stem from the Boys & Girls Club's five core program areas:
- Character & Leadership Development
- Education and Career Development
- Health & Life Skills
- The Arts
- Sports, Fitness & Recreation
KIDSTOP is offered at 13 area schools immediately after school ends until 6 p.m. The program is also offered during some school holidays and during the summer. Scholarships and county assistance are available to families having financial difficulty. The Boys & Girls Club is committed to making sure that ALL children are entitled to quality after-school care, because the children of Central Minnesota deserve to continue to have a positive place to stay after school -- a place that is convenient for parents and fun for kids. Parents only pay for KIDSTOP on the days their child actually attends. The Boys & Girls Club has a KIDSTOP scholarship program available to families who are financially unable to pay. For more information, please visit www.bgcmn.org or call (320) 252-7616.
Boy Scouts of America
Be Prepared. It's more than a motto, it's a way of life. Being prepared means having the ability to deal with the many tough challenges life presents-that's what Scouting is all about. Through its time-tested program, Scouting provides young people with opportunities to mentor their peers, build character, and enrich their faith. These activities build stronger family bonds and help youth reach their full potential by instilling values that last a lifetime. Scout programs offer opportunities to boys ages 7-20. There are also leadership opportunities for parents, religious and community organizations, and other leaders. http://www.bsacmc.org/
Girl Scouts - Land of Lakes Council
Girls Scouts is a contemporary, informal education program that gives girls and young women ages 5-17 a chance to build character and skills for success in the real world. In partnership with committed adults, girls develop qualities that will serve them all their lives - like strong values, social conscience, and conviction about their own potential and self-worth. Through the many enriching experienced provided, they grow courageous and strong. Girl Scouts. Where Girls Grow Strong. http://gslakesandpines.org/
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