Just for You
June 26 – June 30 July 10 - 14 July 17 - 21
Mulroy Hall 4926 Onondaga Road, Syracuse, NY 13215
Full day: $228 per week. Student chooses four classes. Half day: $114 per week. Student chooses two classes in the morning OR two classes in the afternoon.
Full-day sessions are from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Half-day sessions are from 9 a.m. – 12:05 p.m. or 12:55 p.m. – 4 p.m.
For $25 per week, supervision will be available from 8 – 9 a.m. daily in Mulroy Hall. You must preregister for this. For the safety of all students, please do not drop off your child earlier than 8 a.m.
For $30 per week, supervision will be available from 4 – 5:30 p.m. daily in Mulroy Hall. You must register for this. Please pick up your child no later than 5:30 p.m. Identification will be required at time of pick up.
(not registered for Early Arrival)
On Monday, parents should park and escort their child to his/her first classroom between 8:50 – 9 a.m. Beginning Tuesday parents may pull up to the sidewalk to drop off students. Counselors will assist with getting students to their first classroom.
Students should be dropped off at the lunch tent by 12:45 p.m. Counselors will assist with getting students to their first classroom. In the event of inclement weather, students should be dropped off at the College for Kids office, room R120.
Persons picking up students must be listed on the Authorized Pick-Up Form and will be required to show identification. In order to avoid delays, please be sure the Authorized Pick-Up form is complete and lists all persons who may pick up your child.
Morning-Only Morning-only students should be picked up at main entrance at 12:05 p.m. In the event of inclement weather, students should be picked up in the College for Kids office, room R120.
All-day and afternoon-only students (not registered for Late Pick-Up) Students should be picked up at their last classroom at 4 p.m.
If your child will be absent or arriving late, please call 498-6000 before 9 a.m. This is very important.
Late arrivals should check-in at the College for Kids office, room R120, to receive their lanyard and be escorted to their classroom.
If your child will be leaving early, please let us know ahead of time so that we can have your child waiting for you in the College for Kids office, R120. Parents or those authorized to pick up students, must show identification and must sign out their child.
Cars will enter the Mulroy Hall parking lot on the right/east side of the building (closest to Velasko Road) and exit the parking lot via the left/west side of the building (closest to the Meadows Apartments). OCC Campus Safety Officers will be on hand to assist with traffic flow.
All visitors arriving during the day will be required to sign in and wear a Visitor name badge. A visitor’s log will be at the main entrance.
All full-day students will eat lunch with College for Kids staff under a large tent in the Mulroy Hall parking lot, weather permitting. Half-day students are welcome to have lunch in the tent. In the case of inclement weather, students will eat lunch in the classrooms.
Two lunch tables will be designated “Make New Friends” tables for students who are new to College for Kids and do not have a sibling or buddy with them or for those who wish to make new friends. These tables will be located at the tent entrance.
One lunch table will be designated as “Nut Free” for students who are allergic to peanuts and tree nuts. This table will be located at the tent entrance.
Your child must bring a bagged lunch with drink (no refrigeration available) if not registered for the Prepaid Lunch Plan.
Snacks will be available for purchase every day. Your child may bring a small amount of money to purchase items during lunchtime.
Vending machines are available to purchase cold drinks. They are located on the 2nd and 4th floors of Mulroy Hall. Please note: students will only be permitted to purchase items from the vending machines on their way down to the lunch.
Students will have an opportunity to participate in parking lot games, jump rope, chalk drawing, and more during the last 20 minutes of lunch. Students must wear appropriate, closed-toe shoes.
For $35 per week, an optional lunch plan is available. You must register in advance for this.
Mondays: Cheese quesadillas, tortilla chips w/salsa, whole fruit, cookie, and drink Tuesdays: Chicken nuggets, french fries, whole fruit, cookie, and drink Wednesdays: Grilled cheese, bag of potato chips, whole fruit, cookie, and drink Thursdays: Hamburger, french fries, whole fruit, cookie, and drink Fridays: Personal pan pizza, whole fruit, cookie, and drink We are not able to make menu item substitutions however, we will try and accommodate special dietary needs if notified at least 1 week in advance.
This program is managed by the Office of Lifelong Learning. Please contact us at (315) 498-6000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp Director The Director is responsible for all areas of College for Kids. If you have a question or concern, please stop into the CFK office, room R120, or call 498-6000.
Head Counselor The Head Counselor supervises classroom activities, lunch tent, early arrival, and late pick-up programs. He works with instructors and counselors and assists the camp director in the running of the program.
Counselors Counselors are hired to assist instructors in the classroom, assist with the lunch program and recess games, and escort students to their classrooms, restroom, nurse, or the office.
Nurse A nurse is on staff in Mulroy Hall during the three weeks of College for Kids. All medications must be brought to the nurse on the first day a student arrives for camp. A Medication Administration Authorization Form must be on file for the nurse to administer medication. The nurse will be reviewing medical forms prior to the start of College for Kids. If you would like to speak with the nurse, please call 498-6000.
Instructors College for Kids instructors are local educators, professionals, and college students with a special interest or hobby to share. If you would like to speak directly with an instructor, please call the College for Kids office at 498-6000.
PLEASE LABEL ALL OF YOUR CHILD'S ITEMS. Lost items or projects can be claimed at the College for Kids office, room R120.
College for Kids is licensed by the Onondaga County Department of Health which requires students to be supervised at all times. Counselor escorts are required when traveling in and around the property.
College for Kids is licensed by the Onondaga County Health Department.This camp is inspected a minimum of twice yearly.Inspection reports concerning the camp are on file at:Onondaga County Health DepartmentDivision of Environmental HealthJohn H. Mulroy Civic Center, 12th Floor421 Montgomery StreetSyracuse, NY 13202Telephone: (315) 435-6617This law has been in effect since July 11, 1979.
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