Pima for Kids
Pima for Kids and Teen Scene is an innovative STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) enrichment program for youth ages 9-17. Our classes and learning environments promote positive youth development and life skills that are essential for pursuing education and career goals. The courses combine art, science, technology, engineering and math to stimulate creativity and relationship building.
Each class is delivered by educators who create high-quality, interactive educational experiences that inspire learning, discovery and creativity.
For more information on Pima for Kids and Teen Scene contact Continuing Education at 520-206-6444 or e-mail email@example.com.
Sign-up is on a first-come, first-served basis. To secure a seat in the class of your choice, payment must be received at registration. To register and pay by phone, call student services at 520-206-6468. To register and pay online click on the red arrow above.
Once registration has been confirmed, Continuing Education will email the following forms:
- Waiver of Liability & Open Door Policy
- Participant Information
Forms must be completed for each minor participant and returned to Continuing Education by the first day of class.
Open Door Policy
Effective this Summer 2018, parents are no longer required to sign their children, ages 9 - 17, in and out of class. All Pima for Kids and Pima Teen Scene locations are open-door facilities. During scheduled class times, participating students are free to come and go at any time. Pima Community College (“PCC”) staff members do not give permission for participating students to leave classes or class locations, nor do they insist the students stay. Decisions about when participating students arrive and when they leave, and with whom, are between participating students and their parents. It is the responsibility of the students and their parents to determine, understand, and enforce whatever arrival and departure times and methods they choose. Neither PCC, Pima for Kids, nor Pima Teen Scene are daycare or childcare facilities, and state licensing does not regulate their operation. All parents will need to sign an acknowledgement of our Open Door Policy. This can be done via email and electronic signature, via FAX or hard copy via mail. We will need to receive the signed acknowledgement prior to the first day of class.
Questions or concerns can be directed to Teresa Noon, Advanced Program Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Pima for Kids Refund Policy
Email email@example.com or call 520-206-6579 to request a refund. Refunds requests must be received seven days prior to the activity start date.
See our noncredit Continuing Education schedule of online classes held in partnership with ed2go, for teens and adults, including Test Prep courses at www.ed2go.com/pima. For questions on our online courses, offered monthly, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-206-3938.