Ferguson HomeRoom


What is Ferguson HomeRoom?

With schools starting in a virtual format, Ferguson HomeRoom is a new program that provides students from K-12 a safe place to conduct school work while enjoying other fun activities with the Ferguson Recreation staff.

Who is it for?

Any child currently enrolled in grades K-12

Where does it take place?

The program is located at the Ferguson Community Center (1050 Smith Ave.)

How long does the program last?

Ferguson HomeRoom is Monday-Friday starting August 31st and going until October 16th.
Program times are 7:30am-5:30pm and children can be dropped off or picked up anytime.

What does my child need to bring?

Participants will need to bring all required school supplies including electronic device, charging cable, and any other required supplies by the school for virtual learning. They will also need a personal facial covering, water bottle, and lunch.

Other things I should know?

Staff do no not have teaching certifications and can only assist with school work when possible. Each child will be provided their own table and will be required to follow all social distancing and safety policies. Please provide us with a detailed schedule of classes and times that your student will need to follow. Ferguson Parks and Recreation Staff will be providing additional recreational and enrichment activities throughout the day as well to help compliment your child's school day.

How much does it cost?

$120 per week

Ferguson HomeRoom Parent Handbook

Registration Form

To Register

Fill out the Registration Form and bring to the Ferguson Community Center at 1050 Smith Ave. Spots are Limited!

Questions? Call us at 314-521-4661