Cardboard ArcadeChris Caduff and Lori LukasezckIncoming grades 3-5Design and build a game using cardboard and other recyclable materials. After spending the first part of the day designing and building, we will spend the end of the day playing each other’s games. This opportunity is available to all students that are currently enrolled in the ISD 192 school district. These programs are made possible by ESSER III (Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund) federal funds.Attendance PolicyIf your child cannot attend the program for which you registered, please notify Community Education as soon as possible. Participants who are absent without advance notice will risk losing their spot for any additional camps they are registered to attend.Transportation and Food Free bus transportation will be available from 6 pick-up locations at Akin Road Elementary, Ardmor Village, Countryview of Lakeville, Farmington Elementary, North Trail Elementary and Riverview Elementary. If your child plans to ride the bus, please indicate their pick up location during registration. At this time you may also request a free bagged lunch for your youth.
Farmington Kid Connection offers quality, school age care at each elementary school in the Farmington School District. Kid Connection provides enriching out-of-school-time activities before & after school, on non-school days and during the summer months!
For detailed information about our Stepping Stones Preschool and Child Care Program, go to www.FarmingtonSteppingStones.com
Wee Tigers Preschool
These classes are designed to teach life and academic skills outside of the school day!
Sparks Camps and Clubs are designed for youth grades K-5+. Options include art, movement, drama, science, and technology.
These summer camps and programs are lead by Farmington High School athletic coaches!