CRPD offers fun, active and educational classes and programs for pre-teens and teens between 11 and 18 years of age (6th-12th grades). Programs include the Teen Advisory Board, special events, recreation and education programs, and camps. Programs take place under the supervision of CRPD staff at The HYDE Out, a safe space for teens to spend time after school with friends.
To see a complete list of the current season’s classes and to register on-line please click here.
CURRENT SEASON TOPICS FOR TEENS
About the HYDE Out
The H.Y.D.E. Out is the place to be for a healthy youth development experience. Our goal is to provide a comfortable space for area youth to develop skills and discover new talents. Teens are invited to hang out after school with friends, play pool, foosball or air hockey, and join in any number of activities. The HYDE Out is closed during winter and summer breaks but is open for our Teens in the L.E.A.D. summer day camp.
Teen Center Membership
The membership fees will help pay for teen programming such as day excursions and college tours. As a member, you will enjoy all of what the center has to offer including discounted entrance into our Teen Late Night and End of Year Bash events. Click here for the 16/17 School Year HYDE Out Membership Packet.
Membership: $20/school year
$12/half year (Sep–Dec OR Jan–May)
The HYDE Out Express
The HYDE Out offers safe, friendly door-to-door transportation for HYDE Out members. Students are transported from school to The HYDE Out in a district vehicle driven by a qualified CRPD employee. To learn more about this program, download Teen Express Parent Letter 2016-2017.
Teen Advisory Board
The Teen Advisory Board works with middle and high school students to develop positive life and decision-making skills, while learning to effect change through cultivation of leadership qualities by connecting with other teens in the community. In addition to volunteering and community service projects, the board conducts exercises in democratic decision making, assessing and understanding community needs, and understanding cultural diversity and team-building projects. In conjunction with Cordova Recreation and Park District, the board will engage in community fundraisers and local events. Meetings are 1st Wednesday of the month during regular school year. For more information and to apply, download the Teen Advisory Board Application.