Highland Park S'more Fun & Move Shake Learn

About Highland Park S'more Fun

S’more Fun is a recreational childcare program providing a variety of structured and unstructured activities designed to help children pursue their own interests, develop friendships, gain confidence, and build independence in a safe, comfortable, and fun atmosphere. Activities include swimming, art experiences, theme days, music, reading, outdoor activities, multicultural studies, picnics, cooking, field trips, athletics, environmental programming, and more. 

Highland Park Summer S'more Fun Program

Program Dates: Monday - Friday, June 11 - August 24, 2018
Time: 7am - 6pm 
Cost: $35/day (field trips included)
Grades: Youth entering grades 1-6 in the fall

For additional information, tours, or to register for S'more Fun, contact Barb Biagi at barb.biagi@ci.stpaul.mn.us or 651-695-3761.

No-School Day S'more Fun

Fun daily activities during no-school days, including art experiences, gym competitions, board games, library visits and S’more Fun! Breakfast and snacks are provided.

Age: Youth Ages 6-12yrs (Children must have completed kindergarten)
Cost: $35/Day
Time:  7am - 6pm 
Dates:  2018 No-School Days -  January 2nd, 15th &  26th | February 19th March 2nd, 23rd &  30th | April 2nd-6th

For additional information, tours, or to register for S'more Fun, contact Barb Biagi at barb.biagi@ci.stpaul.mn.us or 651-695-3761.

About Highland Park Move Shake Learn

In the MOVE SHAKE LEARN program, kids will play, socialize, and grow from daily lesson plans that prioritize recreational experiences in a 1 to 8 teacher/student setting. Scheduling is flexible, allowing families to register for a class schedule that fits their needs.

  • Registration opens Sept. 11th
  • Program begins Oct. 9th
  • Morning Classes: Monday-Friday 9-11:30AM
  • Afternoon Classes  : Monday-Thursday 1-3:30PM
  • Ages: 2.5-5yrs
  • Cost: $15/Class

To register or for more information, contact:

Barb Biagi
Program Coordinator
Ph: 651-695-3761 or 651-695-3706

Move Shake Learn Frequently Asked Questions

What does a typical daily class plan consist of? 

Daily lesson plan components will include plenty of moving and shaking activities in the gymnasium/outside, art activities, free-time in the classroom, reading, academic lessons, and snack.

This sounds similar to traditional pre-schools, can I register as such? 

Yes!  We expect that many parents will chose our program as the primary program for their child, and others may use the program to supplement existing programs.  Either way is fine with us.  Pick a schedule that works for your family, and register for as many or as few classes that fit your needs.

Does my child need to be fully potty-trained?

No, but we do ask that your child has a familiarity with using the bathroom somewhat independently.  Children are free to wear pull-ups to the program.

How do I register my child? 

Register at the main reception desk at the Highland Park Community Center any-time the facility is open:  Mon-Thurs from 9a-9p, Fri 9a-5:30p, Sat 10a-5:30p, Sun 1p-5p

What is the fee payment policy?

Tuition is charged on a weekly schedule and is due on the first day of the week that your child attends the program, and before service is provided.  Fees are still charged if your child is absent from the program – this includes sick and impromptu vacation days.

Credit/Debit Card Authorization – Families opting to make use of this benefit will have their payment for the following week of care charged on the Friday before. Payment will be collected using the card indicated when registering .

What is the attendance change policy? 

All requests should be submitted to the Front Desk: M-Th 2:00-9:00PM, F 9:00AM-5:30PM  Adding Dates:  Parents/Guardians may add days at any time if space is available and provided they are added at least a day in advance of service – day of requests may not be honored.  Cancelation/Withdrawal of Registered Dates: Cancellation of registered dates will not be allowed – as such, be sure to register for only the dates of care that are necessary.  Requests to switch a day to a future new day, are allowed if requested 7 days in advance and provided space is available. There are no guarantees that these requests will be honored.

Can I schedule a classroom visit with the teacher? 

Yes!  Just call the main reception desk, and staff will coordinate schedules.  We can’t wait to meet you!  651-695-3706.

Financial Assistance

Financial Assistance is available to qualifying families through the Basic Sliding Fee Child Care Assistance Program. For more information, contact:

Ramsey County Think Small
Ph: 651-641-0305