Keystone youth programs offer a variety of ways for youth to build social and emotional skills, explore personal interests and learn about being a part of a community. If you stop by a Keystone youth program during one of our many engaging enrichment activities, you’ll see a mix of laughter, challenge, focus, self-expression and teamwork. Keystone staff believe these activities are critical to helping young people explore interests, develop self-confidence, build healthy relationships, learn about their community and plan for the future.
Discovery is Important for Development
Community Kids Program
Community Kids is a 21st Century Community Learning Center and an accredited program that serves youth, grades K-10, and their families living, working or attending school in the West 7th neighborhood. Throughout the year, teachers and staff offer a wealth of enrichment options that meet Community Kids participants where they are in their development. In addition to the enrichment activities below, the Community Kids program also offers high-quality academic support and tutoring help.
Enrichment Activities Offered at Community Kids:
- Weekly Second Step lessons that teach empathy, impulse control, problem-solving and emotion management
- Recreation and sports like tennis, soccer, basketball, floor hockey and swimming lessons
- Visual and performing arts such as cultural dance lessons or book arts made possible by the Minnesota State Arts Board
- Field trips to museums, zoos, sporting events and theaters
- Cooking and gardening activities
- Community service and service learning projects
Learn More or Register your Child
Register your child for Keystone’s Community Kids program. Monthly program fees are determined by a sliding scale. Transportation is limited to eligible youth and families.