K-6 2018 Art Exhibit
2018 Babysitting Course
Artist Colony 2018
Orange Youth Services promotes positive development in children and youth in grades K-12. Youth Services coordinates, plans, develops, and implements opportunities to enhance child development.
A Word from the Youth Services Coordinator
Children of Orange Art Exhibit a Special Event for K-6 Artists
The Children of Orange K-6 exhibit featuring the works of Orange students in grades K-6 was displayed for the month of April. The successful event has been an annual display and incorporates the Art in the Library Committee, Orange Board of Education, Youth Services, K-6 artists, and volunteer parents. The art display is one of the most popular events at Case Library. A reception was also held inviting parents and community members. Art in the Library and Youth Services wishes to thank the following that helped make the event a success:
Youth Services Babysitting Course
Orange Youth Services offers Babysitting courses for Orange Youth (or students who go to school in Orange), ages 12 -14 years. The course teaches the basics of caring for children, babysitter responsibilities, handling emergency situations, babysitter preparation and other topics. In addition to the standard course material, students also will be certified in First Aid upon completion of the course. Courses are held at High Plains Community Center. There is a fee which includes course material, First Aid Certification, snacks, and refreshments.
Youth Services Artist Colonies –Watercolors and Drawing
Instructors were Audrey Galer –Watercolors and Graham Dale - Drawing; Opened to Orange students, grades 7 and 8, who live in Orange or go to school in Orange. Class size was limited to 12 There was no cost to the parent. Funds provided through an Enhancement grant. Students received professional instruction and art materials. Refreshments and snacks provided.
Youth Services Coordinator