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Frequent Asked Questions

Q: What are the hours of operation?

A: Office hours are 8 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday. Hours for programs offered on weekends vary. Our main office number is 804.343.6525

 

Q:Does the Center offer tours?

A: Yes! Center tours can be scheduled by contacting Robin Newton, Coordinator of Community Partnerships.

Robin Newton: Phone 804.343.6525 extension 227

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Q: What programs are available to homeschoolers?

A: Our Summer Programs are available to homeschoolers for a small fee. Please call!

 

Q: Can individuals be a member of the Center?

A: While individuals cannot become a consortium member, we do welcome professional input and volunteer requests.

 

Q: How can I support the Center?

A: We welcome all community support! Please contact Robin Newton, Coordinator of Community Partnerships, for assistance. 

Robin Newton: Phone 804.343.6525 extension 227

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Q: How can I donate to the Center?

A: Use the Paypal Donate Link below or contact Robin Newton, Coordinator of Community Partnerships, for assistance.

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Q: How long does it take for a school to receive a virtual lesson kit?

A:  We ship via UPS to Dinwiddie, Goochland, Hopewell, Petersburg, and Powhatan school divisions. UPS normally delivers kits two days after receiving them. The inter-district pony delivers to Richmond and Henrico next-day; Hanover on Tuesdays and Thursdays; and Chesterfield on Fridays.

 

Q: Is the Challenger Center available to the public?

A: Yes and No. The Challenger Center is not readily available to the public but arrangements can be made for a tour or a private mission (for a small fee). For questions regarding the Challenger Center, contact Robin Newton, Coordinator of Community Partnerships.

Robin Newton: Phone 804.343.6525 extension 227 

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Q: Do you serve food in your cafeteria?

A: The Center's cafeteria serves as a meeting and eating place for students and teachers. We do not have cooking facilities, and some programs featured catered lunches provided by third party vendors. We do have several vending machines containing soft drinks and small snacks. 


Aaron Moody

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