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UT Martin Kid College enrolling now for the Martin campus

05-20-2015


Contact 1: Erin Chesnut


MARTIN, Tenn. – The annual Kid College summer program, hosted by the University of Tennessee at Martin, is scheduled for June 8-12 on the UT Martin main campus. Courses are enrolling now on a first-come, first-served basis and will fill up, so early registration is encouraged.

Kid College is open to children who will be in kindergarten through fifth grade in the fall of 2015. This year’s theme is “Picture Yourself at Kid College” and includes more than 60 course options. Children may enroll in up to five courses of their choosing, based on grade level.

The first course is $30 per child; additional courses are $25 each. Many of the individual courses have additional supply fees. The registration fee includes a Kid College T-shirt.

Courses for students in kindergarten through second grade include magnificent mad scientists, discovering the night sky, linguakidz French, LEGOs, ARTventure time, fitness is fun, yoga, wood working, carousel kitchen, football, baseball/softball, karate, personality pets, and the wacky world of games.

Courses for children in third through fifth grade include space academy, kids hunt too, creative canvas, hello cupcakes, balloons with a twist, the Skyhawk report, photography, linguakidz Spanish, chemical reactions, author’s corner, kid with a blog, wood working, and simple and powered machines.

Everyone is encouraged to wear their Kid College T-shirts on Wednesday for “Selfie Day.”

Registration is now open and parents are encouraged to register early. For more information or to register, visit http://www.utm.edu/departments/ecos/courses/children/kidcollege.php.

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