Cornell Reunion Kids Club
Meet our Kids Club coordinator
Cindy Rice holds a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Maine and an M.S. in Outdoor Environmental Education from SUNY Cortland. Cindy taught at camps, parks, and nature centers up and down the East Coast for 10 years. Teaching children in non-traditional settings has always been her passion. Cindy is currently the director of the After School program at the Elizabeth Ann Clune Montessori School of Ithaca. We are very happy that this will be the third year that Cindy has taken on the role of Kids Club coordinator. Email Cindy at email@example.com.
What is Kids Club?
The Cornell Reunion Kids Club program offers children ages 6-15 years old the opportunity to engage in age appropriate academic and recreational programs. Activities are designed for each group (6-8 years, 9-12 years, and 13-15 years). Dinner is included as part of the program.
When does Kids Club operate?
Cornell Reunion Kids Club is offered on Friday and Saturday of Reunion. Hours of operation are 3:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. Kids Club headquarters is located on North Campus in Helen Newman Hall which comes equipped with gymnasium, pool, bowling lanes, lounge, and playing fields.
How do I enroll a child in Kids Club?
Children between the ages of 6 and 15 years can be registered for one or both days of Kids Club as part of their Reunion registration with a parent or guardian’s Reunion group. The cost is $70 per child for one day or $130 per child for both days. Dinner is included in the cost. Pre-registration is required and must be complete by May 23, 2019.
Reunion 2019 Kids Club and family flyer brochure Download
Other childcare options
In addition to the Cornell Kids Club program, we have compiled a list of childcare providers who may be able to assist you during Reunion. Cornell does not formally endorse or accept liability for any child care provider on the list. Providers independently contribute their names to this list.
Hold harmless waiver
All youth under the age of 18 attending Reunion require a parent or guardian to complete a Hold Harmless Waiver. When a child is registered for the Reunion Kids Club via our online Reunion registration system, a Hold Harmless waiver will be part of the process. If you mail in a hard copy Reunion registration form for your class or group, you should plan to download and complete the Reunion Hold Harmless Waiver and return it with your materials.
Reunion 2019 hold harmless waiver Download