Scholarships

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The Youth Scholarship fund enables youth of Owatonna to fully participate in programs and services offered by the Park and Recreation Department. This fund helps support programs for all of the kids in our school district and Adult Special Recreation Programs. Pick up a form from the Parks and Recreation Office prior to registration day.

Fee Structure

Participants pay 25% of the program fee. Members of South Country Health Alliance receive $15 off Park and Recreation youth activities and classes (maximum of three classes per year). Scholarship form must be completed and current SCHA membership card must be presented at the time of registration.

Eligibility

You must meet one of the qualifications listed below to be eligible:

  • Recipients of Current Free and Reduced Lunch Program
  • Recipients of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or Social Security Benefits
  • Recipients of Medical Assistance Program
  • Other

You must show proof of verification of one of the qualifications.

2018 Youth Scholarship Board Members

  • Nikki Callahan
  • Judd Dingmann
  • Dan Gorman
  • Sean Hughes
  • Angie Malo
  • Sue Schroeder
  • Linda Coleman
  • Tim Truelson
  • Brian Wright