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June 2012

OCCC Summer Kids' Camps

OCCC
June 4-August 3

Sports and Recreation Camps
OCCC Recreation and Fitness offers camps for children ages six to 15 for half-day or whole-day fun. Children can participate in sports camps including basketball, baseball, flag football, multi-sports, cheer, dance, tennis and golf and more.

Children participating in any of the summer sports camps must be in grades first through eighth in the fall of 2012. Class prices will vary. The full schedule of classes and descriptions are available here: www.occc.edu/RF/pdf/Schedule.pdf.

For more information or to enroll a child, please stop by the OCCC Recreation and Fitness office or call (405) 682-1611, ext. 7860.

College For Kids
OCCC Community Outreach and Education will offer a wide variety of classes this summer at the Family and Community Education Center (6500 S. Land Avenue) through the College for Kids program. College for Kids is designed for students in grades first through eighth. The academic enrichment program consists of one-week classes taught by qualified instructors.

The College for Kids creative arts classes and musical theater program have been very popular with students. Other classes range from humanities to social science, computer applications, math, and more. All classes are taught on the appropriate age level for each child and promise to be fun and engaging.

For more information about College for Kids classes, please call Brannon Dresel at ext. 7205. For a complete list of summer College for Kids classes, visit: www.occc.edu/COE/College4Kids.html.

All enrollments, for sports camps and College for Kids classes, are due by 5 p.m. on the Thursday prior to the Monday start date of that class.

For more information or to enroll, please call the OCCC Recreation and Fitness department at (405) 682-7860, or the OCCC Community Outreach and Education department at (405) 682-7859.


 

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