East Stroudsburg University For Kids - Summer East Stroudsburg University For Kids - Summer

Summer Courses: July 13th - July 31st

 

ESU for Kids runs weekdays, Monday through Friday, from July 13 through July 31, 2020. Each one-hour course is three weeks long (15 days total). Numerous course options are offered from 8 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.

PRICING & DISCOUNTS

1 - Three Week Course: $165   
2 - Three Week Courses: $295
3 - Three Week Courses: $425
4 - Three Week Courses: $545 
5- Three Week Courses: $675  
6 - Three Week Courses: $800    
7 - Three Week Courses: $930

Sibling/Family Discount Families enrolling more than one child per family will receive
a $20 discount per three-week course for each additional child.  Please contact office if registering 
additional family members for a different number of courses.

Summer Program Course Descriptions

ESU - For Kids Brochure

Course Schedule

SESSION A
8:00 - 9:00 am

 
(A1) Around the World in 15 Days
(A2) Beginner Tennis
(A3) Comic Book Heroes Role Play
(A4) Cooking for Kids and Teens 3
(A5) STEM Challenges for Kids

(A6) Stories and Crafts
(A7) Tabletop Games 2
 

SESSION B
9:10 - 10:10 am

(B1) All About Bugs
(B2)Arts and Crafts Around the World
(B3) Beginner Piano
(B4) Comic Book Villians Role Play
(B5) Cooking for Kids 3

(B6) Creative Writing and Publishing
(B7) Get Your Dance On!
(B8) Intermediate Tennis
(B9) Mad Science Experiments

SESSION C
10:20 - 11:20 am

(C1) Advanced Tennis
(C2) Beginner Guitar
(C3) Cooking for Teens 3
(C4) Disney Movie Science Experiments
(C5) Games On
(C6) Magic: The Gathering - Lessons and Tournament

(C7) Mythical Creatures
(C8) Scrapbooking
(C9) Secrets of Comic Book Heroes 2

(C10) Spanish for Beginners

SESSION D
11:30 - 12:30 pm

 
(D1) Animal Crafts and Science Experiments
(D2) Intermediate Guitar
(D3) Intermediate Spanish for Beginners
(D4) Legends and Lore

(D5) Lego Building
(D6) Stranger Things Role Play

(D7) Video Editing and Producing for Beginners - SOLD OUT
(D8) Wild and Crazy Art

 

LUNCH

Students will eat supervised lunch from 12:30 to 12:55 pm daily if they are enrolled in BOTH the 11:30 am-12:30 pm AND the 12:55-1:55 pm courses.

SESSION E
12:55 - 1:55 pm

(E1) Acting - SOLD OUT
(E2) Beginner Ukulele

(E3) Dinosaurs
(E4) Hot Glue Crafts
(E5) Virtual Vacations Around the World
(E6) K'nex, Legos, and Lincoln Logs
(E7) Watercolor Pencil Painting for Beginners

SESSION F
2:05 - 3:05 pm

 
(F1) Amazing Adventure Games and Escape Rooms - SOLD OUT
(F2) Bucket Drumming
(F3) Lego Building Challenge
(F4) Pokemon Forever
(F5) Water Exploration

 

SESSION G
3:15 - 4:15 pm

(G1) Chess for All Ages and Abilities
(G2) Crochet for Beginners
(G3) Meditation and Mindfulness for Beginners

(G4) Under the Sea
(G5) The Zoologist in You

Location: All courses are held in Stroud Hall on the ESU campus. Students are supervised at all times.

Drop-off, pick-up and parking: Students may be dropped off 10 minutes prior to their first course and must be picked up immediately following their final course. From Prospect Street, turn into College Circle and pull to the top of the circle. You may park there temporarily for a maximum of five minutes. If you require long-term parking, please see Conference Services for a temporary parking pass.

What You Need to Know

  • Students are encouraged to bring snacks, which may be eaten at any time during the day.
  • Students enrolled in BOTH the 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. class and the 12:55 p.m. - 1:55 p.m. class will have time to eat a supervised lunch. Lunches are not provided. Students must bring their own.
  • Bathroom breaks take place during and between courses.
  • Family and friends are not allowed to attend courses with students unless they are enrolled in the program and course.
  • To reserve your child’s course(s), a deposit of $165 is due by Friday, June 5, which is one month before the first day of classes. Your total payment is due by Monday, July 6, the week before the first day of classes.
  • Please plan ahead to attend the ESU for Kids graduation ceremony on the program’s last day – Friday, July 31 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Students and their families will need to arrive at Stroud Hall by 10:15 a.m. for set-up. They will receive their certificates from each course! NO REGULAR COURSES WILL BE HELD ON THIS FINAL DAY.
  • After May 24, classes with low enrollment may be canceled. If this happens, parents will be notified as soon as possible and students will be able to choose from alternative available courses.