24 Jan Crocker Kids Virtual Summer Series
Crocker Kids Virtual Summer Series
Crocker Kids is back for a virtual summer series of creativity and fun! Every Tuesday at 11am join Crocker Kids on Crocker Park’s Facebook page from the comfort of your own home to participate in an educational class with different stores and restaurants here at the park!
September Class Schedule
Sep 1: Mikey’s Pizza – Build Your Own Pizza Party
Sep 8: New Balance – Running Stretches & Warm-up Activities for the Whole Family
Sep 15: Crepes in the City – Make your Own Crepes
Sep 22: Orvis – Fly Fishing Fun
Sep 29: Lush Cosmetics – Spa Day at Home
➡️ We invite you all to head to our Facebook page facebook.com/crockerpark every Tuesday at 11am with your little one(s) in tow for a fun and educational class with various stores and restaurants here at Crocker Park. (Tip: Be sure to like our page and turn on notifications to receive alerts.)
➡️ The supplies needed to participate will be announced on Facebook prior to the virtual class so you can join in on the fun. Throughout the month, participants who attend the classes will receive discounts, virtual goodie bags provided by Lake Ridge Academy, and opportunities to win store gift cards!
➡️ Crocker Kids classes are created for children aged 2-9, and participants are encouraged to take photos and videos during the classes and post using the hashtag #CrockerKidsVirtual.
About Lake Ridge Academy
Lake Ridge Academy was founded in 1963 by a small group of parents who shared a dream to create a school not just for the affluent, but for all parents seeking an exemplary learning environment where their children would be known. While our school has grown tremendously in both size and academic program since then, the mission of our founders still holds true to this day. Our school offers a world-class K-12 education in a warm and inviting community where all of our students are known and supported by a highly educated and committed faculty.
When you step on our campus you will notice a few things that are different from other schools in our area: Students learning outside on our sprawling 93-acre campus. Teachers engaging students through hands-on learning activities or student-led discussions. Older students collaborating with younger students. No locks on lockers. An appreciation for cultural diversity. And, unique creative learning spaces like our engineering fab lab or fine arts center.
All of these visual cues exemplify how our community of passionate learners, educators, and supporters have created a unique environment that encourages students to achieve their best academically and socially. It’s all part of our commitment to prepare our students for the world ahead, a philosophy that results in our graduates being ready to perform academically, see globally, and succeed individually in their next stage of life.