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DARTON’S CONTINUING ED OFFERING SOMETHING C.O.O.L FOR PARENTS AND KIDS

Original Publish Date: 
September 12, 2014

Special to the Metro

 ALBANY, GA – Darton State College’s Continuing Education and Economic Development department launched a new program for kids, ages Pre-K to high school, called C.O.O.L Saturdays: Creating Outstanding Opportunities for Leaders. The new program kicked off Sat., Sept. 20.  

C.O.O.L Saturdays are designed to not only give parents a “free” day, but to offer students a fun educational learning environment. Kids will have the opportunity to take part in activities that will stimulate their minds and encourage social interaction, explore the worlds of music and science, develop critical thinking skills, learn beginner computer programmer skills and new languages.

Classes are broken in to four groups: Pre-K to first grade, elementary, middle school, and high school. The cost is $20 for the Pre-K to first grade session, $30 for the elementary session, and $35 for the middle and high school sessions.

C.O.O.L Saturdays will also be offered Oct. 18, and Nov. 22 from 10 a.m. to noon. For more information or to sign-up visitwww.darton.edu/CE/ or call (229) 317-6730.