DARIEN, Conn. –The Darien Summer School (DSS) program is changing its offerings this year to include expanded course options, digital course catalogs, and one-, two- or five-week sessions.
Registration for this summer’s classes opens on Jan. 23, according to a statement from Kaitlin Stanton, a Darien High School counselor and the DSS program’s coordinator. Those interested are asked to register early.
According to Stanton, the program is set to offer many popular courses from years past, including technology, sports, art, music, theater, literacy and math. New courses this year include ceramics, cooking, dance, rugby, fashion, poetry, woodworking and rocketry.
“DSS has always provided fun, educational and enriching programs for residents in town and the surrounding area,” Stanton said. She later added, “Since the DSS Course Catalog is going digital this year, families can view all class descriptions and register on the website ."
Course Catalogs will no longer be printed and mailed to homes, Stanton said.
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