Out of School Time Program Kicks Off in June
May 8, 2012 | 8 a.m.
By the Office of Communications and Marketing
A child concentrates on an activity at the King CDC.
Bethel University’s King Child Development Center (King CDC) will open its first Out of School Time program for older children in a newly remodeled addition of its location in the Frogtown area of St. Paul. The new program comes in addition to the already existing toddler and preschool programs. The Out of School Time program is set to begin on June 11, 2012, as the school year concludes, and will be available to kids kindergarten through grade six to enrich their summer learning.
As a joint venture with the Union Gospel Mission, the King CDC offers a unique tailored learning program that focuses on serving Jesus Christ through educational leadership while providing quality early education in the Frogtown area. The King CDC provides children with opportunities for active learning and concentrates on developing cultural and community awareness in order to help children flourish both within and outside their contexts.
Read more or contact the King CDC at 651.635.8553 for more information on any of their educational programs.