Our Den Club Camp programs are open to children in Kindergarten through 8th grade. Camp participants do not need to attend DUSD #89 schools.
Dysart Unified School District offers a vast array of youth and adult enrichment programs that provide opportunities for learning, creativity, growth, and development.
Growing Minds Preschool is proud to offer extraordinary programming for children. Visit www.growingmindspreschool.org for more information.
Growing Minds Preschool is excited to offer a break camp experience for children 2-5 years of age.
CPR/First Aide Class
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The American Heart Association's Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED Course is a classroom, Instructor-led course designed to prepare students to provide first aid, CPR, and use an automated external defibrillator (AED) in a safe, timely, and effective manner.
Welcome to the Dysart Unified School District Recreation Education and Community Leadership (REC) program. REC, is an acronym that touches on each of the critical areas that make-up a positive school experience!
We are very excited at the opportunity to serve you and your students for the upcoming school year. From 6AM until the start of school, then again from the end of the regular school day until 6PM, your student will have access to the campus REC Center that includes a variety of recreational, educational, and enrichment opportunities!
Through this program, students 5th thru 8th grade will engage in a variety of activities specifically designed to not only promote student growth in preparation for high school, but to also promote engagement in school events, expose them to team building and leadership opportunities, and give them a safe, fun environment to finish out their day at school.
The REC program is NOT a daycare program, and for those familiar with the before and after school programs at the elementary sites, this is not Den Club. Students in REC will have a safe place to “hangout” and develop cognitive, physical, social and emotional skills with their friends, classmates, and school staff. From open gym, to study hall, to gaming, to campus leadership projects, REC will enhance the middle school experience for ALL students.