CFK Rules & Guidelines
- Students should become acquainted with the Cuesta College Campus before their classes begin. Please visit the campus to locate your student’s classrooms, parking areas, the Community Programs Office, and the cafeteria.
- Students must be enrolled in consecutive classes during their time on campus
- 10 minute break between each class. Additional breaks while classes are in session will not be allowed
- Unsupervised lunch scheduled from 12:20-1:00pm
- For a student’s first scheduled class, parents should plan to bring students no earlier than 10 minutes prior to the start of class. Please pick up students no later than 10 minutes after the end of their last class. In the event of an emergency or if you will be delayed, please have a designated pick-up location arranged with your student.
- Your student IS NOT directly supervised on campus between classes though CFK staff will monitor and be available to assist during these times.
- Instructors are responsible for supervising the students during class. Students are expected to behave in a non-disruptive manner during and after class. At all times students should remember that they are guests on a college campus.
- There may be times when your student will be absent. College for Kids staff would appreciate your taking the time to let us know. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 805-546-3132.
- Please leave bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, scooters, and any other human powered mechanical transportation devices at home as they are not allowed on campus.
- Only registered students are allowed in the classes. Students must change registration to switch classes.
- Cell Phones MUST be turned OFF during class.
- Students must wear shoes - barefoot students will be sent home.
- Students are responsible for their own belongings.
- Consider sending your student with a backpack and a water bottle.
- Students who are severely allergic to bee stings should carry a bee sting kit.
- Health problems occurring during College for Kids should be reported immediately to the Community Programs Office. Parents will be contacted and therefore it is essential that we have your current daytime and emergency telephone numbers.
- Emergency First Aid will be given and, if necessary, transportation via ambulance to the nearest hospital will be made. Cuesta Public Safety is located in Building 7500 and can be reached by calling 805-546-3205.
- The CFK Lost and Found is located in the Community Programs Office in Building 4100 - Office 4103 during the summer. Anything left after July 31 will be then taken to Cuesta Public Safety.
QUESTIONS: Contact CFK Coordinator Wes Martin at 805-546-9503 or email@example.com