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  • Babysitting Basics

    The excellent 4-H Babysitters’ Program gives you the skills and confidence to handle situations you may encounter when caring for young children. At the end of the course you will receive a Babysitter’s ID card and a certificate of completion.
  • Bike Repair & Maintenance

    In just two hours, you can learn the essentials of bike repair and maintenance from the head mechanic at Arlington’s hometown bike shop. This hands-on class will teach you how to fix a flat, adjust gears and brakes, and other topics dictated by the interest of the group. Please note: Bring your bike to class.
  • Bike Safety

    Join Officer Bryan White and other members of the Arlington Police Department for a fun and informative course on bike safety. Learn proper hand signals, how to travel on bike lanes and the bike path, and general tips on how to ride safely to school and around town. Please note: While this program is free, pre-registration is required for each child attending. Space is limited. Bring your bike and helmet. Please consider making a donation to our scholarship fund.
  • Home Alone Safety

    Knowing when your child is ready to stay home alone is a difficult decision, and preparation can make the transition much easier for you and your child! Home Alone Safety is a readiness program that helps prepare your child while building self-confidence, a sense of responsibility, and proper decision making abilities. This program is a stepping stone for younger grades as they explore and become comfortable with the idea of being home, and for older grades to better understand and gain confidence with being home alone. This course will teach basic safety guidelines through a variety of fun, interactive activities, discussions, and situational role-playing. Topics include: ● Confidence & Readiness Strategies ● Trust, Communication, & Good Decision Making ● Creating a Safe and Positive Environment ● Checking-In with Parents ● Walking Home & Arriving Home Safely ● Securing Your Home ● Someone is at the Door ● Handling Real-Life Situations and Emergencies ● Safe Snacks & Activities ● Taking Care of Siblings & Pets ● Creating an Emergency Contact List ● Creating Action Plans Guidebooks and parent handouts will be provided via PDF attachment prior to the course. Materials will be included for parents and guardians to create safe environments and family emergency action plans. Please note: This class is for students with or without their parents.
  • Justice Squad

    Justice Squad empowers you to become an activist for racial justice through engaging, age-appropriate explorations of race, racism, and activism. Discover the origins of racism, learn about anti-racist activists, and investigate ways that racism shows up in the world around us. Plan and undertake action projects to address racism, such as making protest art, writing letters and petitions, and raising awareness in the community.