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College For Kids Goes Online for 2020 at Santa Fe College
May 19, 2020
Press release from Santa Fe College
For more than 20 years, Santa Fe College’s Community Education program has provided young people in our community a fun learning-filled summer experience at both the Northwest Campus in Gainesville and the Andrews Center in Starke with College for Kids (CFK). Because of the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing recommendations, in-person classes will not be possible. As a result, the 2020 CFK summer camps will be held exclusively online, using Zoom to engage our students. You can register your child for CFK classes starting Wednesday, May 20.
Each weekly camp will run Monday through Thursday, and classes are 75 minutes long. You can signup for one or two classes each week and are not required to sign up every week. CFK is for children who are 10-14 years of age. There will be an orientation Friday, June 26, at 10 a.m. on Zoom. CFK classes will start Monday, July 6.