Youth Summer Catalog - 2012
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TRi We've got lots of Fun and exciting Camps this Camps: Week 1-9 ................................. 3-8 extended Camps .................................. 8-9 Descriptions: Academics ........................................10 -11 Arts & Crafts .....................................12 -13 Interests.................................................... 14 Music ......................................................... 15 Theater...................................................... 16 Sports & Recreation ......................17 -19 Aquatics ...........................................20 - 21 middle school youth...................... 22 - 23 school age Care .................................... 24 Facility Locations .................................. 26 registration .......................................... 27 LeaD adventure Camp ......................... 28 summer not only do we have WeekLy Camps, but also extenDeD Camps ex that last throughout the summer. Class descriptions start on page 10. jumping For joy! that will have you 2 See page 27 for registration information. - june 11-15 iD# Class title entering grade Days times instructor Location Fee sports & reCreation 4107Su12A 4107Su12B Summer Fun Golf Camp p. 18 p. 18 2-11 2-11 M-Th M-Th 9:00-10:15 a.m. 10:30-11:45 a.m. Parkview Golf Course Parkview Golf Course Parkview Golf Course, Eagan Parkview Golf Course, Eagan $75 $75 Summer Fun Golf Camp - june 18-23 iD# Class title entering grade Days times instructor Location Fee aCaDemiCs 4225Su12 Robot Build Camp p. 11 6-8 M, T & Th 1:00-3:30 p.m. Mad Science Family Connections $118 arts & CraFts 7008Su12 3332Su12 3333Su12 Cool Girls Art School p. 12 p. 13 p. 13 1-4 5-12 K-6 M-Th M-Th M-Th 9:30-11:30 a.m. 9:00-11:00 a.m. 12:30-3:30 p.m. Abrakadoodle Becky Finkle KidCreate Studios Moreland Elementary School Family Connections Family Connections $98 $55 $103 Quilting for Kids Willy Wonka's Candy Crafts Camp interests 3810Su12 3822Su12 4608Su12 Babysitter's Training p. 14 Ages 11+ 4-7 1-5 M M-Th M-Th 8:30 am -3:30 pm 12:30-3:30 p.m. 9:00-11:00 a.m. Deb Gutzman Ben Peine Computer Explorers Family Connections Hilltop Elementary School Family Connections $80 $94 $80 Basic Video Production and Publishing p. 14 Hogwarts Film School p. 14 sports & reCreation 3125Su12 4118Su12 4107Su12C 4107Su12D 7205Su12A 7206Su12A 7207Su12A Colorguard Dance Academy p. 17 p. 18 p. 18 p. 18 p. 19 p. 19 p. 19 5-8 3-8 2-11 2-11 Age 4 K-2 3-6 M-Th Sa M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th 10:00-11:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. 9:00-10:15 a.m. 10:30-11:45 a.m. 11:30 a.m.-Noon 9:00-10:00 a.m. 10:00-11:30 a.m. Craig Thiltgen Vertical Endeavors Parkview Golf Course Parkview Golf Course Lynch Camps Lynch Camps Lynch Camps Hilltop Elementary School 855 Phalen Blvd., St. Paul Parkview Golf Course, Eagan Parkview Golf Course, Eagan Sibley Tennis Courts, WSP Sibley Tennis Courts, WSP Sibley Tennis Courts, WSP $58 $58 $75 $75 $36 $61 $87 Rock Climbing Camp Summer Fun Golf Summer Fun Golf Tennis-Tiny Hitters Tennis-Young Hitters Tennis-Junior Hitters www.celearn4ever.org 3 - june 25-30 iD# Class title entering grade Days times instructor Location Fee aCaDemiCs 7113Su12 3274Su12 Math Camp p. 10 p. 11 1-6 2-6 M-Th M-Th 9:00-11:30 a.m. 1:00-3:00 p.m. Mrs. Buttleman Mad Science Moreland Elementary School Family Connections $42 $91 NASA: Journey Into Outer Space arts & CraFts 4323Su12 4324Su12 3-D Art Mess Camp p. 12 p. 13 K-6 K-6 M-Th M-Th 12:30-2:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-Noon Watch Me Draw Kidcreate Kaposia Education Center Family Connections $84 $103 Star Wars Art Camp interests 7105Su12 7106Su12 3824Su12 Babysitter's Training p. 14 p. 14 p. 14 Ages 11+ 1-5 6-9 Sa M-Th June 25-28 9:00 - 3:30p.m. 9:30-11:30 a.m. M-Th Allison, Red Cross Certified Computer Explorers 2:00-4:00 p.m. Moreland Elementary School Moreland Elementary School IGH Middle School $80 $80 $93 Hogwarts Film School Sports Television Production theater 3018Su12 The Bullies at Sam's Cafe p. 16 1-6 M-Th 9:00-3:00 p.m. Young Performers Hilltop Elementary School $128 sports & reCreation 7209Gr.1-3 7209Gr.4-9 4107Su12E 4107Su12F Golf Golf p. 17 p. 17 1-3 4-9 2-11 2-11 M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th 9:30-10:30 a.m. 11:00 - Noon 9:00-10:15 a.m. 10:30-11:45 a.m. After School Golf After School Golf Parkview Golf Course Parkview Golf Course Moreland Elementary School Moreland Elementary School Parkview Golf Course, Eagan Parkview Golf Course, Eagan $53 $53 $75 $75 Summer Fun Golf p. 18 p. 18 Summer Fun Golf u tech Camp - grades 6-8 Technology is at the core of everything fun we do. At this computer boot camp, learn how to get more fun from technology. In this class you will learn the practical applications needed to get by day to day in the world. Applications such as: Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Calendar are free and available online. Learn how to create photo albums you can share with your friends. Use photo editing software to put your face on a magazine cover. This will be a fun, informative jam packed two days. Gain skills that will last long after day ends. Location: Time: Dates: Tuition Cost: Inver Hills Community College - Business Building, Room B109 8:30am - 3:00pm M -T, June 11 & 12 FREE, Course# IT9078-01 To Register: Call Inver Hills Community College at 651-450-3578 4 See page 27 for registration information. - july 9 -14 iD# Class title entering grade Days There will be no classes on juLy 4th! Go see some FireWorks! times instructor Location Fee aCaDemiCs 4227Su12 3275Su12 7111Su12 Engineering: Crazy Action Contraptions p. 10 Forensic Lab p. 10 p. 11 1-6 3-7 1-4 M-Th M-Th M-Th 12:30-2:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-Noon 9:30-11:30 a.m. Computer Explorers Mad Science Computer Explorers Kaposia Education Center Family Connections Moreland Elementary School $72 $95 $80 Robotics Builder: Adventure-bots arts & CraFts 4325Su12 7009Su12 3316Su12 Aliens for Breakfast Art Blast p. 12 p. 12 p. 13 K-6 2-5 K-6 M-Th M-Th M-Th 9:00-11:00 a.m. 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. 12:30-2:30 p.m. Watch Me Draw Watch Me Draw Watch Me Draw Family Connections Moreland Elementary School Hilltop Elementary School $84 $84 $84 Amazing Clay & Canvas Creations Summer Art Sampler interests 7105Su12 Babysitter's Training p. 14 Ages 11+ Sa 9:00 - 3:30p.m. Allison, Red Cross Certified Moreland Elementary School $80 musiC 3008Su12A Glee "Show Choir" p. 15 3-7 M-Th 8:30-11:30 a.m. Micah Klotz IGH Middle School Choir Rm $56 sports & reCreation 3117Su12 7205 Su12B 7206 Su12B 7207 Su12B Rock Climbing Camp p. 18 p. 19 p. 19 p. 19 3-8 Age 4 K-2 3-6 Sa M-Th M-Th M-Th 9:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m. 11:30 a.m.-Noon 9:00-10:00 a.m. 10:00-11:30 a.m. Vertical Endeavors Lynch Camps Lynch Camps Lynch Camps 855 Phalen Blvd., St. Paul Sibley Tennis Courts, WSP Sibley Tennis Courts, WSP Sibley Tennis Courts, WSP $58 $36 $61 $87 Tennis-Tiny Hitters Tennis-Young Hitters Tennis-Junior Hitters registration for youth summer programs begins Register your child(ren) for the grade they will be entering this coming fall. For more information on how to register turn to page 27. register online www.celearn4ever.org www.celearn4ever.org 5 - july 16 - 20 iD# aCaDemiCs 3276Su12 7114Su12 4238Su12 Extreme Chemical Concoctions p. 10 Rocket Blast Off p. 11 p. 11 Class title entering grade Days times instructor Location Fee 1-6 2-6 1-6 M-Th M-Th M-Th 12:30-2:30 p.m. 1:00-4:00 p.m. 1:00-4:00 p.m. Science Explorers Mad Science Mad Science Hilltop Elementary School Moreland Elementary School Kaposia Education Center $65 $100 $95 School House Chess arts & CraFts 4326Su12 4327Su12 7013Su12 I Love Duct Tape p. 12 p. 13 p. 13 1-6 K-6 1-4 M-W M-Th M-Th 9:00-11:30 a.m. 1:00-3:00 p.m. 9:30-11:30 a.m. Abrakadoodle Watch Me Draw Abrakadoodle Family Connections Kaposia Education Center Moreland Elementary School $98 $84 $98 Jungle Adventure Art Camp More Star Wars Art Adventure interests 3237Su12 Star Wars Jedi Movie Making p. 14 3-8 M-Th 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Computer Explorers Family Connections $80 musiC 3009Su12 Glee "50's Show Choir" p. 15 3-7 M-Th 8:30-11:30 a.m. Micah Klotz IGH Middle School Choir Rm $56 - july 23 - 28 iD# aCaDemiCs 4234Su12 Secret Agent p. 11 Class title entering grade Days times instructor Location Fee 2-6 M-Th 9:00 a.m.-Noon Mad Science Family Connections $95 arts & CraFts 3342SU12 3343SU12 7012Su12 Art-rageous Summer Art Camp p. 12 p. 12 p. 12 K-5 K-4 1-5 M-Th M-Th M-W 12:30-2:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m.- Noon 9:00-11:30 a.m. Abrakadoodle Kidcreate Abrakadoodle Hilltop Elementary School Family Connections Moreland Elementary School $98 $103 $98 Cute Critters Art Camp I Love Duct Tape sports & reCreation 4102Su12 7208Su12 4122Su12 Mousketeering Fencing p. 17 p. 18 p.17 1-8 3-8 4-6 M-Th Sa T-Th 1:00 -2:00 p.m. 9:00 -1:00 p.m. 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. Minnesota Sword Play Vetical Endeavors SSP Swim Coaches Kaposia Education Center 2540 Nicolett Ave. Minneapolis Central Square $68 $58 $35 Rock Climbing Camp Competitive Swim Camp I 6 See page 27 for registration information. - july 30 - august 3 iD# aCaDemiCs 3277Su12 3278Su12 Flight Academy p. 10 p. 11 Class title entering grade Days times instructor Location Fee 1-6 2-6 M-Th M-Th 9:00 a.m.-Noon 1:00-3:30 pm Mad Science Lori Gustafson Family Connections Salem Hills Elementary $95 $80 Wild About Nature arts & CraFts 4331Su12 4332Su12 Lego Loco Art Camp p. 13 p. 13 K-6 K-6 M-Th M-Th 9:00 a.m.-Noon 1:00-3:00 p.m. Kidcreate Abrakadoodle Family Connections Kaposia Education Center $103 $98 Sparkle and Bling Art Camp - august 6 - 10 iD# aCaDemiCs 4236Su12 3279Su12 7107Su12 3207Su12 3D Virtual Game World Design p. 10 Digital Writing & Publishing p. 10 Class title entering grade Days times instructor Location Fee 3-8 4-7 1-2 1-6 M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th 12:30-2:30 p.m. 1:00-3:30 pm 1:00-4:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. -Noon Computer Explorers Ben Peine Mad Science Mad Science Family Connections Hilltop Elementary School Moreland Elementary School Family Connections $80 $75 $123 $95 Jr. Robot Engineers p. 10 p. 11 School House Chess arts & CraFts 3344Su12 Elements of Art with iPad p. 12 4-7 M-Th 9:00 a.m. - Noon Ben Peine Hilltop Elementary School $86 interests 4600Su12 Babysitter's Training p. 14 Ages 11+ Th 8:30 - 3:30 p.m. Allison Curtis Family Connections $80 theater 4030Su12 Imagination Station p. 16 K-4 M-Th 9:00 -11:00 a.m. Homeward Bound Kaposia Education Center $46 sports & reCreation 7201Su12 7205Su12C 7206Su12C 7207Su12C Mousketeering Fencing p. 17 p. 19 p. 19 p. 19 1-8 Ages 4 K-2 3-6 M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th 1:00 -2:30 p.m. 11:30 a.m. - Noon 9:00-10:00 a.m. 10:00 -11:30 a.m. Minnesota Sword Play Lynch Camps Lynch Camps Lynch Camps Moreland Elementary School Sibley Tennis Courts, WSP Sibley Tennis Courts, WSP Sibley Tennis Courts, WSP $68 $36 $61 $87 Tennis - Tiny Hitters Tennis - Young Hitters Tennis - Junior Hitters www.celearn4ever.org 7 - august 13-17 iD# aCaDemiCs 7109Su12 3280Su12 4235Su12 Engineering: Crazy Action Contraptions p. 10 Robotics Builders: Adventure-bots p. 11 p. 11 Class title entering grade Days times instructor Location Fee 1-6 1-4 1-6 M-Th M-Th M-Th 9:30-11:30 a.m. 9:00-11:00 a.m. 1:00-3:30 p.m. Computer Explorers Computer Explorers Mad Science Moreland Elementary School Hilltop Elementary School Family Connection $72 $80 $95 Science Kaleidoscope arts & CraFts 3332Su12 3345Su12 Quilting for Kids p. 13 p. 13 5-12 1-6 M-Th M-Th 12:30-2:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - Noon Becky Finkle Kidcreate Studio Family Connections Family Connections $55 $103 Your Room Rules theater 4026Su12 Step into Broadway p. 16 5-8 M-Th 9:00 -1:00 p.m. Homeward Bound Kaposia Education Center $133 ex iD# Class title entering grade Dates Days times Location Fee aCaDemiCs 3281Su12 Beginning Mandarin Chinese p. 10 1-6 June 22-August 17 (No class on July 6) F 9:30-11 a.m. Family Connections $96 interests 3823Su12 DJing 101 p. 17 6-12 August 13-28 M&T 6:00 -7:30 p.m. VMCC Armory Rm A $140 musiC 3010Su12 4018Su12 4000Su12 4000Su12 4028Su12 4630Su12 4029Su12 Fifth Grade Summer Band p. 15 p. 15 p. 15 p. 15 p. 15 5 6-8 2-6 2-6 2-6 4+ 6-9 July 24 - Aug. 16 June 11-27 July10-Aug. 14 July 10-Aug. 14 July 10-Aug. 14 June 14- Aug. 16 T-Th M&W T T T Th 8:00 -2:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m.- Noon 10:00 -10:50 a.m. 11:00 -11:50 a.m. 8:00 -10:00 a.m. 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. Hilltop Elementary School Kaposia Education Center Kaposia Education Center Kaposia Education Center Kaposia Education Center Kaposia Education Center Kaposia Education Center $75 $38 $56 $56 $68 $128 $38 Intermediate Summer Band Piano Group Lessons-Level I Piano Group Lessons-Level II Piano Individual Lessons Private Guitar, Bass Guitar and Songwriting Lessons p. 15 Private Instrumental Band Lessons p. 15 (No lessons June 21 & July 5) Call 651-306-3633 to schedule appointment June 11-27, Mondays or Wednesdays 8 See page 27 for registration information. ex iD# Class title entering grade Dates Days times Location Fee theater 4025Su12 7808Su12 Alice in Wonderland p. 16 3-8 July 9-July 31 (Performances Aug. 1 & 2 at 7 p.m.) July 9-26 (Performances July 26 & 27) M-Th 2:00 - 4:30 p.m. Kaposia Education Center Henry Sibley High School $65 Charlie & The Chocolate Factory p. 16 4-8 M-Th 9:00 - 1:00 p.m. $45 sports & reCreation 4101Su12 4121Su12 3128Su12 3126Su12 7200Su12A 7200Su12B 4114Su12 4115Su12 4116Su12 4117Su12 4123Su12 3127Su12 3100Su12 3101Su12 3105Su12 Cheeleading Clinic p. 17 p. 17 p. 17 p. 17 p. 17 1-9 7-12 7-12 6-10 K+ K+ Ages 3-4 Ages 5-6 1-3 4-7 Ages 11-14 4-8 Ages 5 Ages 6-12 Ages 13+ June 12-August 21 (No class July 3) July 17-26 July 2-August 20 July 16 June 20-Aug. 1 (No class July 4) June 20-Aug. 1 (No class July 4) June 11-July 27 (No class July 2-6) June 11-July 27 (No class July 2-6) June 11-July 27 (No class July 2-6) June 11-July 27 (No class July 2-6) June 11-July 27 (No class July 2-6) June 19-28 July 2-August 20 July 3-August 21 July 11-August 22 T T-Th M M W W M or T M or T M/W or T/Th M/W or T/Th See p. 18 T & Th M T W 4:30 - 5:15 p.m. 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. 6:15 - 7:00 p.m. 7:00-7:45 p.m. See pg. 18 See pg. 18 See pg. 18 See pg. 18 See pg. 18 9:30-11:30 a.m. 4:30-5:15 p.m. 5:30-6:30 p.m. 7:30-8:30 p.m. Kaposia Education Center Central Square, SSP Gotham Martial Arts Studio IGH Middle School Moreland Elementary School Moreland Elementary School Roosevelt Tennis Courts Roosevelt Tennis Courts Roosevelt Tennis Courts Roosevelt Tennis Courts Roosevelt Tennis Courts IGH Middle School Gotham Martial Arts Studio Gotham Martial Arts Studio Gotham Martial Arts Studio $68 See p. 17 $56 $10 $69 $69 $65 $75 $99 $99 $99 $48 $64 $64 $56 Competitive Swim Camp II Hapkido (Self Defense) Intro to Colorguard Dance Clinic Kung Fu Beginner & White Belt Kung Fu Advanced Yellow-Black Belt p. 17 Quickstart Tennis I p. 18 p. 18 p. 18 p. 18 p. 18 p. 19 p. 19 p. 19 p. 19 Quickstart Tennis II Quickstart Tennis III Quickstart Tennis IV Traveling Team Tennis Table Tennis Taekwondo - Little Nijas Taekwondo - Beginners Taekwondo - Teens+ and under Family Outing! Join us for a family outing to a St. Paul, Saints baseball game on Sunday, June 24! Game starts at 1:05 pm and busing will be available at the Heritage parking lot at 12:30 pm. Keep an eye out for the Adult Enrichment catalog for more details. Registration required by June 1. www.celearn4ever.org 9 Academics 3-D Virtual game World Design Week 8, Grades 3-8 Create and complete your own 3-D Game World. Working in pairs, students will learn to use Platinum Arts "Sandbox Game Maker" software. This course is an introduction to basic techniques used to create 3-D gaming environments. Basic techniques include creating structures, buildings, tunnels, stairs and outdoor terrains that include hills, mountains, valleys and lakes. Students will learn to create rotating objects and characters, add visual and audio special effects, and experiment with textures. We will explore scripting by looking at simple demo scripts. On the final day, students will use the skills learned along with their imagination and creativity to create their own unique 3-D game environment. Students will also be able to download the software at home. (Windows only) Instructor: Computer Explorers Language is the most important communication tool for human beings. Give your kids an early opportunity to learn a new language! These eight sessions will cover the following topics: Chinese phonetic pronunciation, standard and basic conversations, Chinese character writing, popular Chinese kids' songs and group activities, etc. Join this perfect learning program for kids. Have them feel the fun! Instructor: Xiaorong Rose Dahl ex Basic Chinese mandarin Language Lessons Fri., June 22-Aug. 17, Grades 1-6 Forensic Lab Week 4, Grades 3-7 Digital Writing & publishing Week 8, Grades 4-7 Learn about the elements of fiction and create your own compelling story. Students will write original fiction and create a digital version that can be downloaded to iPads, iPods, and iPhones. Digital books will contain an audio narration of the story created by the student author as well as a short video version of a scene from the story. Instructor: Ben Peine, IGH elementary teacher Use forensic science to help solve mysteries! Collect evidence with your own Inspectikit. Reconstruct a mystery scene and the face of the suspect with your Whodunit take home kit. You will also examine footprints and use your own Fingerprint Finder to identify fingerprints left at the scene. Instructors: Computer Explorers Flight academy Week 7, Grades 1-6 As a flight cadet in training, you will discover how airplanes fly. Test your airplane's performance in a wind tunnel. Build your own model rocket. Ride the air on a Hovercraft and test your flight skills as you pilot a remote control blimp. Instructors: Computer Explorers engineering: Crazy action Contraptions Weeks 4 OR 9, Grades 1-6 If you love building and inventions, our hands-on building activities will inspire you. Students working in pairs will work with special LegoTM gears and levers and engineering components to possibly build a skittle top, pinwheel, goal kicker, coat hanger daredevil and more. Students will build models and discuss the engineering science behind each model. This fun, hands-on class shows students how engineering can be fun and silly, yet still educational. Students will then be challenged to improve the model and customize their creations. Instructors: Computer Explorers jr. robot engineers Week 8, Grades 1-2 Build and take home your very own robot when you join us for a week of robotic science. Discover how robots use sensors to explore the world around them and gather input that changes their actions. Practice with gears and circuits that help robots function. Even learn the fundamentals of programming robots and work with the Lego MindstormsTM RCX Robotics System. Play robot soccer and wrap up with a camp robot challenge. Instructor: Mad Science extreme Chemical Concoctions Week 5, Grades 1-6 It's time to get mixed-up in some ooey, gooey, slimy science! Join Science Explorers for experiments that are icky, sticky and sloppy. You will explore the properties of a polymer by making different slimes, including a slime that will glow in the dark. This class isn't more hands-on; it's hands in! Come prepared to have fun and get messy. Instructor: Science Explorers math Camp Week 3, Grades 1-6 This camp offers learning through the use of games such as: chess, checkers, Battleship, Sequence and grafting. Have fun and learn as we play. We will also be utilizing dice and card games. Come play Around the World and try your hand at different types of bingo. This class is a fun and an exciting way for you to apply your math skills, critical thinking, and strategy skills. Come see if you can survive! Instructor: Mrs. Buttleman See page 27 for registration information. 10 Academics nasa: journey into outer space Week 3, Grades 2-6 From Earth's atmosphere to the outer reaches of our solar system, this hands-on program sends campers on a quest for exploration! Comets, planets, stars and more are all waiting to be discovered. Learn the challenges of space travel, living in space and participate in launching a rocket. Instructor: Mad Science robot Build Camp Week 2, Grades 6-8 Build and take home your very own QWI All Terrain 3-in-1 robot when you join us for a week of robotic science. Discover how robots use sensors to explore the world around them and gather input that changes their actions. Practice with gears and circuits that help robots function. Even learn the fundamentals of programming robots and work with the Lego MindstormsTM RCX Robotics System. Play robot soccer and wrap up with a camp robot challenge. Instructor: Mad Science schoolhouse Chess Weeks 5 OR 8, Grades 1-6 Chess is fun and Schoolhouse chess camp is super fun! Schoolhouse Chess brings the game of chess to life using creative personalities. You will be captivated by our gigantic chess set - the biggest you have ever seen! The camp covers all the rules, strategies and tactics and is appropriate for beginners through intermediate players. Instructor: Mad Science robotics Buildersadventure-bots science kaleidoscope Week 9, Grades 1-6 Have fun learning about birds, chemistry and engineering. Help build a giant geodesic dome in the classroom. Mix different chemicals to create sidewalk chalk, bath fizzers, a chromatography T-shirt, tootsie rolls and ice cream. Instructor: Mad Science Weeks 4 OR 9, Grades 1-4 All new Rockin' Robotic Projects! With the LEGO WeDo Robotics System, students can build and program their own robotic creations. Designed by the experts at MIT, this unique system teaches students about simple machines, engineering, programming and so much more. Students will build LEGO models featuring working motors, tilt sensors, motion detectors and Lego USB Robotics Hub. They will engage in activities that inspire critical thinking, problem solving, and creativity. Instructor: Computer Explorers secret agent Week 6, Grades 2-6 Sharpen your under-cover skills and use spy technology to listen in on secret conversations. Take home your spy glasses. Send and retrieve top secret messages with your own Code Kit. Use a laser beam to identify voices. Build a secret safe and attempt to defeat several security systems. Instructor: Mad Science rocket Blast off Week 5, Grades 2-6 This action-packed week focuses solely on rockets and rocket flight. Learn about model rocket design, building, aerodynamics, propulsion, launching, safety, recovery and repair. Take part in daily launches. Take home your own rockets and an abundance of model rocket knowledge. This camp is a blast for boys and girls alike. Instructor: Mad Science neW! Wild about nature Week 7, Grades 2-6 In this class we will explore the wonders of nature through a wide variety of hands-on activities. We will study and learn about animals, birds, trees, plants and gardening. The students will spend the majority of their time outdoors, including hiking, gardening and learning at Salem Hills Park. Instructor: Lori Gustafson, IGH elementary teacher check out... www.celearn4ever.org aLiens For BreakFast art BLast on page 12! 11 Arts & Crafts art-rageous summer art Camp Weeks 6, Grades K-5 An outrageously, awesome art camp filled with our favorite art projects. We make Paper Mache pigs, tie dye shirts, even a duct tape wallet. We'll create our own pop art design on canvas board, sculpt alligators or lizards and lots more. Bring a white t-shirt, beverage and a nut free snack. This camp is guaranteed to be a blast! Instructor: Abrakadoodle Week 2, Grades 1-4 neW! Cool girls art school 3-D art mess Camp Week 3, Grades K-6 Have a blast with drawing, clay and painting that will knock the socks off any art-loving child! This camp is all about art-filled days designed for intensive art exploration. Create acrylic masterpieces on real canvases. Lean about composition, object placement, design skills and the secrets to adding texture, depth and strength to clay creations. Have a blast creating the coolest art around...YOURS! Take home 8-10 finished products. All supplies included. Instructor: Watch Me Draw Does your daughter love art? Does she love paint, glitter and rhinestones? If so, this is the camp for her! In this fun camp we'll tiedye t-shirts. We'll paint birdhouses, create masterpieces on canvas board, and sculpt Elephant pots using model magic! We'll make a Paper Mache Puppy. We'll even draw fairies from a magical land and dust them with glitter. Along the way we'll listen to some music, paint our nails and have lots of fun! Please bring a white T-shirt, beverage, nut free snack and your favorite girly CD. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Cute Critters art Camp Week 6, Grades K-4 Is your child an animal lover? Then they will absolutely love creating art inspired by puppies, kittens, bunnies and other adorable critters. We'll create art they can look at, play with and wear. But that's not all; we'll also read some animal "tails" each day. These projects are just about as cute and cuddly as the real thing. This is a great camp for siblings to do together! Please pack a peanut free snack and a drink for your child each day. Instructor: Kidcreate Studio neW! aliens for Breakfast art Blast! Weeks 4, Grades K-6 Aliens for breakfast is the perfect way to express your creativity in this wildly colorful and creative art camp! We'll create all things extraterrestrial with inspiration from Aliens For Breakfast - a book from the popular trilogy about a boy and his humorous attempt to save the world from aliens. Take home your own uniquely designed clay, drawing and collage masterpieces! You'll have a blast using fun combinations of objects, animator's clay, texturing tools, watercolors and more to make out of this world pieces of ART! Our projects are carefully designed to give every child a "Wow-I created this!" experience, teach new skills, and provide a fresh approach and confidence for all their art. Messy to make, but fun to create! All supplies included. Instructor: Watch Me Draw gLee shoW Choir Camps! see page 15! neW! elements of art on an ipad Week 8, Grades 4-7 sing it out amazing Clay and Canvas Creations! Week 4, Grades 2-5 A fantastic camp of CLAY creations and painting on CANVAS! Have a blast pinching, pressing, molding and sculpting adorable clay animals-roll it, mold it and show it off when you hold it! Play with clay one day, get wet with paint the next! Learn to use different painting techniques and tools for unique effects and exquisite canvas masterpieces! Messy to make but fun to create! Have a blast creating the coolest art around...YOURS! Instructor: Watch Me Draw Students will research and explore the elements of art. They will then apply the elements in their own artwork using iPads. The art will be published in an online gallery. Instructor: Ben Peine, IGH elementary teacher Weeks 5 OR 6, Grades - See Grid neW! i Love Duct tape Do you love duct tape? Want to learn how to make a duct tape wallet? How about roses and a coin purse out of duct tape? In this fun and crazy camp we'll make lots of crazy duct tape creations that you will love. Come join us for some duct tape fun! Instructor: Abrakadoodle 12 See page 27 for registration information. Arts & Crafts jungle adventure art Camp! Week 5, Grades K-6 Jungle Adventure Art camp is jam-packed with drawing, painting, clay and more! Create jungle masterpieces in the style of Rousseau and Hicks. Take home a beautiful animal illustration using oil pastels, a rainforest scene done in watercolor, several wild animals done in clay and more! Take home 7-10 projects in this camp! Experiment with different types of art as we learn about the fascinating creatures of the jungle. Parrots, butterflies, snakes and tigers are just some of the creatures we will meet along the way! Join us for fun classes taught in a nurturing and non-competitive environment designed to give each child a progressive and enriching art experience! Instructor: Watch Me Draw neW! sparkle and Bling art Camp Week 7, Grades K-6 In this fun art camp everything will glitter and sparkle! Do you love jewelry? We'll make bracelets, create cute hair pins and a fancy headband. We'll design our own art and fashion. We'll paint a treasure box to hold our creations. Also, during this class we will tie dye shirts. All of this while we listen to fun music. Bring in a white T-shirt, beverage, nut-free snack and your favorite CD. This camp will fill quickly so register now. Instructor: Abrakadoodle star Wars art Camp Week 3, Grades K-6 Back by popular demand! Obi Wan Kenobi and Anakin would be proud of the Star Wars masterpieces you will create. We'll sculpt star fighters, create Yoda inspired art, draw ourselves as Jedi and build with Legos too. Leave the light sabers at home, glow in the dark paint will be our weapon of choice. May the force be with you. Please pack a peanut free snack and a drink each day. Instructor: Kidcreate Sudio neW! LegoTM Loco Camp Week 7, Grades K-6 Can't get enough of your Legos at home? Use your awesome Lego building skills to construct a city, imaginary creatures, race cars and other original works of art all out of Legos. We won't just be using Legos. We will also use clay, paint and tons of imagination to create these challenging projects. Every camper will receive their own disposable camera to photograph their creations. Please pack a peanut free snack and a drink for each day. Instructor: Kidcreate summer art sampler! Week 4, Grades K-6 Learn the tricks, tips and secrets that artists use to create their masterpieces. You too are an artist and each day will bring home your own masterpiece! Students will use a variety of media such as watercolor, acrylics, chalk and oil pastels as they learn to draw a summer themed landscape, portrait, animal and still life. Our guided lessons will insure that each child is exposed to new techniques and experiences, giving them the confidence to create art that is uniquely theirs. Summer Art Sampler will be a creative and fun experience for new and returning students. We will celebrate our unique creations and new friends on the last day with an Art Show during the final 1/2 hour of class. Instructor: Watch Me Draw neW! Willy Wonka's Candy Crafts Camp Week 5, Grades 1-4 neW! more star Wars art adventures Week 2, Grades K-6 If you loved our Star Ship camp last year this is the camp for you. We'll learn to draw, sculpt and paint some more of our favorite characters. In this camp we will explore the galaxy while creating Star Wars art projects. We'll draw lots of our favorite Star Wars characters including some clones. Make a clay mask of a Star Wars character. We'll draw asteroids and of course make light sabers and lots more. May the force be with you! Bring a beverage and a snack, and come dressed to paint and play. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Oompa Loompa doopadee doo... we've got an awesome art camp for you! Come create crazy kaleidoscopes, mosaics, mobiles and more art that is positively scrumdiddlyumptious. We'll use real candy and sweets such as frosting, gummy bears, gum drops and marshmallows as our art materials. Put on your Wonkavision glasses and come create masterpieces Willy Wonka would be proud of! Please pack a peanut free snack and a drink for your child each day. Instructor: Kidcreate Studio your room rules Week 9, Grades 1-6 There's plenty of room for imagination in this camp! We'll make tons of cool stuff for your room. From the walls to the windows and doors, we'll make all the accessories you'll need to transform your pad into your dream room! We'll craft fantastic projects like clay trinket boxes and picture holders. We'll even splatter paint on canvas to create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece. Best of all, we'll make graffiti that your mom will actually let you put on your walls! Please pack a peanut free snack and a drink for your child each day. Instructor: Kidcreate Studio 13 neW! Quilting for kids Weeks 2 OR 9, Grades 5-12 Kids will create a sampler for a wall hanging, pillow, table mat or small quilt. You will learn hand piecing, quilting and machine piecing. Materials are provided-bring sewing scissors if you have them. Instructor: Becky Finkle, Former elementary & Jr. high teacher www.celearn4ever.org Interests Babysitter's training- one day Class! Weeks 2, 3, 4 OR 8, Ages 11+ This course prepares youth to care for others. Youth will learn skills in four core areas; leadership and professionalism, safety, basic care for infants and children, and first aid. Participants will receive their Babysitter's Training Certification and Babysitter's Handbook. Please bring a bag lunch and beverage. Instructor: Red Cross Certified Instructor We would love to hear your ideas! What are you interested in? Do you wish we offered a class that we don't currently have? Send us an email with your ideas to email@example.com or recommend a class on our facebook page at facebook.com. tricommunityed. neW! hogwarts Film school Weeks 2 OR 3, Grades 1-5 Join in the escapades of Harry and his friends as we create fantastic Harry Potter movies. Students working in teams will recreate and film scenes from the movie, books or from their imagination to create an original Harry Potter Adventure. We will have Harry Potter LegoTM sets, backgrounds and various props for you to use. You will learn how to handle all of the technical details, including using a digital movie camera, filming scenes, stop-motion animation, downloading footage to the computer, digital editing and adding finishing special effects and transitions to the movie. In this exciting hands-on class our instructors will take your student through the entire digital film making process, from start to finish using Frames Software. Final projects will be available online for all to see or students may bring a USB drive the last day to take home their films immediately. Instructor: Computer Explorers neW! Basic Video production and publishing Week 2, Grades 4-7 Explore basic video production techniques and publish your work in this class. Students will learn about clip transitions, green-screen effects, audio enhancements and camera basics. Productions will be published online. Instructor: Ben Peine neW! sports television production Week 3, Grades 6-12 Become a part of the Town Square Television sports production team! Learn how to set up a mobile production truck to televise a game. Learn how to run a camera, create graphics, record sound � and even direct! Class will include participation in the actual television production of a sporting event on the last day of class, June 28. Event and time TBD. Instructor: Town Square TV Learn how to DJ from one of the pros! We'll teach DJ basics including history, function, technique, and get our hands on some real-life equipment. Class will be hands-on and students will leave with a good feel about the DJ profession. Register by Monday, August 6. Instructor: DJ Bob, partyunit.com and EMI audio emionline.com ex neW! Djing 101 13-28, Grades 6-12 Mon. & Tues., August neW! star Wars jedi movie making Week 5, Grades 3-8 From a galaxy far, far away, Star Wars comes to life! Work on a stop motion animated Lego Star Wars movie. Handle all of the technical details including using a digital movie camera, filming scenes, downloading footage to the computer, digital editing using Frames Software and adding finishing special effects and transitions to the movie. Star Wars action figures, Legos and backdrops will be available for filming in class. Final project will be available online for all to see. Instructor: Computer Explorers imagination stations on page 16! 14 check out See page 27 for registration information. Music Mon. & Wed., June 11-27, Grades 6-8 in IGH & Grades 7-8 in SSP/WSP ex intermediate summer Band Participants must have completed one year of band experience. This summer's band program focuses on the continual development of musical sight-reading skills, technical development of improved finger coordination, pitch accuracy and a comprehensive understanding of rhythm and time signatures. A two-inch, three-ring binder is required to insert dozens of musical songs to be handed out and rehearsed. If possible, a short morning concert will be given on the last class meeting. When registering please indicate what instrument you are playing. Instructor: Tom Morris ex piano group Lessons District 197 summer music Camp Join us for piano lessons using Yamaha's Music and Education Program in a group setting. We provide the keyboards, instruction and music during class. Book included in fee. Instructor: Lori Lencowski Tues., July 10-Aug. 14, Grades 2-6 Guitar! World Drums! Band! Choir! Orchestra! Here's your opportunity this summer to join other kids and make music! You will have time to explore different performing groups, including traditional ensembles (band, orchestra, choir), as well as a guitar ensemble, a world drum circle and a full ensemble production. Watch for the Adult Enrichment catalog and flyers for more detailed information. ex Fifth-grade summer Band Inver Grove Heights summer band is required for entrance into fifthgrade band. You must register in-person on May 21st or May 22nd in the IGH Middle School band room from 4-7 p.m. For more information please call Krissy Mondelli at 651-306-7459 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. this class is for igh students only. Instructor: Krissy Mondelli Tues.-Thurs., July 24 - Aug. 16, Grade 5 ex piano individual Lessons Join us for piano lessons that are individualized to your skill level. We will use Yamaha's Music and Education Program and provide the keyboards, instruction and music during class. To schedule a lesson time, call 651-306-3633. Instructor: Lori Lencowski Tues., July 10-Aug. 14, Grades 2-6 glee- "show Choir" Week 4, Grades 3-7 Sing, dance and perform great songs performed on the popular TV show Glee. We will use warm-ups, singing and acting techniques, and fun choreography. Songs will include: Just the Way You Are, Proud Mary, River Deep-Mountain High, The Time of My Life and True Colors. The camp will culminate with a short performance on the last day of camp at 11:15 a.m. Instructor: Micah Klotz, IGH elementary music teacher ex private guitar, Bass guitar or songwriting Thurs., June 14-Aug. 16, Grades 4+ Lessons One-on-one weekly half-hour lessons for guitar (electric or acoustics), electric bass or songwriting. Suitable for students of any level. Content geared to each student's goals and interests. Students must bring their own instrument; amplifier is provided. To schedule a lesson time, call 651-306-3633. Make-up for missed lessons are to be arranged in person with the instructor. Instructor: Paul Hinz glee- "50's show Choir" Week 5, Grades 3-7 Sing, dance and perform great songs from the 50's. Based on songs performed by the popular TV show, Glee. We will use warm-ups, singing and acting techniques, and fun choreography. Songs include: At the Hop, Blue Suede Shoes, Chantilly Lace, Get a Job, Hound Dog, Jailhouse Rock, Jambalaya and La Bamba. It will culminate with a short performance on the last day of camp at 11:15 a.m. Instructor: Micah Klotz, IGH elementary music teacher ex private instrumental Band Lessons Through these one-on-one half-hour band lessons you will improve your musical reading skills, rhythmic counting, technique, pitch accuracy, etc Special sheet music and music hand-outs will be distributed. The lesson time will be arranged on a first come first serve basis, please call 651-306-3633 to schedule your lesson time. Instructor: Tom Morris June 11-27, Grades 6-9 www.celearn4ever.org 15 Theater Mon. - Thurs., July 9-31, Grades 3-8 ex alice in Wonderland awesome Children's theater presents: Follow Alice down the rabbit hole, and join her on her adventures in Wonderland, as A.C.T. brings to life the humor, nonsense and odd logic of Lewis Carrol's classic work of children's literature, which he made up one hundred and fifty years ago this summer! Instructor: Rudd Rayfield Performances: August 1 & 2 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets: $3 in advance, $5 at the door. Tickets are available at Family Connections did you see? the class hogWarts FiLm sChooL on page 14! neW! the Bullies at sam's Cafe Week 3, Grade 1-6 The Bullies at Sam's Cafe, by Stuart Ardern is a short one-act play for children with songs. A bully with a gang disturbs the staff and customers at Sam's Cafe, but when the bullies get into trouble, should Sam and his friends help them? Children will rehearse the play with two Young Performers staff members (a director and musical director) and also spend part of each day working on an acting monologue which each child will perform along with the play on the last day of class. Kids should pack a lunch and get ready to have fun! Instructor: Young Performers neW! imagination stations Week 8, Grades K-4 Do you like acting and pretending to be someone else by changing your voice, facial expression or the way you walk? Join us for some fun theatre exercises and games. Have fun using your imagination while expanding your favorite story. Instructor: Homeward Bound Theatre Company neW! step into Broadway Week 9, Grades 5-8 A professional musical director, choreographer and production manager will spend one week with the students teaching them all the aspects of getting ready for and being in a musical production, ie. acting, movement, props and costumes. This unique experience emphasizes teamwork and self-esteem building as students present their favorite scenes from musicals such as, Narnia, The Wizard of Oz, Annie, Peter Pan and The Little Mermaid to family and friends as they "Step into Broadway." Instructor: Homeward Bound Theatre Company ex Mon. - Thurs., July 9-26, Grades 4-8 neW! homeward Bound theatre Company presents: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Come audition for the production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory! Work with a real acting coach and technical director to learn acting, movement, voice, improvisation and script analysis. Everyone involved in this production will discover the true meaning of teamwork, self-confidence and self-esteem. If you don't want to act in the play but love behind-the-scenes work, there's still plenty to do; design and paint scenery and sets, collect props, create costumes, work with sound and lighting systems and more. Auditions, rehearsals and performances will be held at Henry Sibley High School. Instructor: Homeward Bound Theatre Company Performances: Thursday, July 26 at 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Friday, July 27th at 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. Tickets: $4 Adult, $2 Students, Children and Senior Citizens, Community members are invited to attend. Check out this exciting camp on page 28! Adventure Camp 16 See page 27 for registration information. Sports & Recreation Come learn popular cheers, chants, jumps, leaps, choreographed pom pom/dance routines, parade marching techniques and other skills involved in performances, competitions and school tryouts. This program promotes physical fitness, self-esteem and teamwork. At the end of the class, the team presents a recital for family and friends. Awards are included. Instructor: Cheer America ex Cheerleading Clinic (No class July 3), Grades 1-9 Tues., June 12-August 21 neW! Colorguard Dance academy Week 2, Grades 5-8 Explore a new way to dance! Students will learn to blend dance and movement skills with colorguard equipment as seen in marching band field shows. Instruction will cover introductory techniques and exercises, and the class will learn a short routine with music. Students will experience the fun of colorguard performance and have the opportunity to continue their colorguard experience with the Extended Mix ensemble in the Fall. No experience necessary. Instructor: Craig Thiltgen ex hapkido (self-Defense) Competitive swim Camp i Week 6, Grades 4-6 For boys and girls who are interested in learning more about the competitive sport of swimming. This class will introduce the competitive swimming strokes, starts and turns. Participants registered by July 12 will receive a t-shirt. Instructor: South St. Paul Girls and Boys Swimming coaches Hapkido means "The Korean Art of Self Defense" or "Way of coordinating power." It is considered a "Soft" Martial Art, because it uses circular motion, redirection of energy, and the use of the opponent's energy rather than direct force. This style of self defense is more effective in street style attacks. Training is a blend of traditional Hapkido and Combat Style Hapkido. Training includes self defense techniques, forms and sparring. Some of the techniques used in Hapkido are often used in Jiu Ji. Instructor: Gotham Martial Arts Mon., July 2 - Aug. 20, Grades 7-12 ex intro to Colorguard Dance Clinic Preview Colorguard! Students will learn to blend dance and movement skills with colorguard equipment as seen in marching band field shows. Instruction will cover introductory techniques and exercises, and the class will learn a short routine with music. Students will experience the fun of colorguard performance, and have the opportunity to continue their colorguard experience with the Extended Mix ensemble in the Fall. No experience necessary. Instructor: Craig Thiltgen Mon., July 16 ONLY, Grades 6-10 ex Competitive swim Camp ii For boys and girls who are interested in learning more about the sport of swimming. This camp is for athletes already on the high school swim team or planning to compete in the high school swimming programs. The swim camp is a great way to stay in shape and work on improving swimming skills. Participants registered by July 12 will receive a t-shirt. Instructor: South St. Paul Girls and Boys Swimming coaches 2 times/week $40 3 times/week $50 Tues.-Thurs., July 17-26, Grades 7-12 golf Week 3, Grades 1-9 Learn the skills of golf or further develop your skills. This class includes explanation of the game, grip, stance, swing fundamentals, long game (Drivers & Irons), short game (Pitching, Chipping & Putting), etiquette and rules! Clubs provided. Instructor: After School Golf You will become more aware of self and surroundings, improve your self-esteem and confidence. This is a non-competitive, full participation and fun class which focuses on skill building exercises that will strengthen the mind and body, promote leadership, discipline, concentration, coordination and balance. Optional uniform and certification from White to Black Belt available. Instructor: National Treasure Kung Fu, Inc., Director Al Lam Fu ex kungJune 20-Aug. 1, Grades K+ Wed., mousketeering Fencing Week 6 OR 8, Grades 1-8 This class is in a non threatening environment with an emphasis on skill building, concentration, self discipline and fun! We provide everything needed to fence (mask, jacket, glove and weapon). The fencer need only come dressed comfortably including long sweatpants and running shoes. Instructor: Minnesota Sword Play www.celearn4ever.org 17 Sports & Recreation rock Climbing Camp Weeks 2, 4, or 6, Grades 3-8 summer Fun golf Camps Weeks 1, 2 OR 3, Grades 2-11 Let us show you the secrets to hitting the golf ball with distance each time you swing. Lean how to chip it close and putt with confidence. Sessions are grouped by age, ability level and friends. Class sizes are kept low to ensure personal attention from experienced coaches and golf professionals! All campers receive a bag, T-shirt and instructional materials. Campers must be seven years of age or older by June 11, 2012. All levels are welcome. Friday is a rain out make up day. To register, call 651-306-3633. Instructor: Parkview Golf Course This Vertical Endeavors camp is designed to give you a fun and exciting introduction into rock climbing. This four-hour program will give each child the opportunity to experience three different and exciting activities: climbing on 25+ foot walls, rappelling and a climbing technique lesson. You will leave the camp with a deeper knowledge and respect for safety in the popular sport of rock climbing, as well as a feeling of accomplishment and self-reliance. All equipment and supplies are provided by the instructor. Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from Vertical Endeavors. Participants must bring completed and signed waiver to class. Instructor: Vertical Endeavors A revolutionary change in the way kids learn and play tennis is happening across the country and your kids should be a part of it! Smaller courts, lower bouncing balls and smaller, lighter rackets (included with program) fit to your child's size. It all makes it easy and fun for them to hit, play and score from the start while developing skills that will last a lifetime. ARE YOU IN? Registration includes a six-week practice and play program, a junior racket, practice ball and team t-shirt. Program details can be found on the SSP Junior Tennis website, sspjuniortennis.shutterfly.com. For questions, please call or e-mail Pepper Meyer at 651-470-3558, email@example.com. Instructor: Quickstart Tennis tennis ex Quickstart27, Age 3-Grade 7 June 11-July Choose from these days and times: Quickstart Tennis I - Ages 3-4 Mondays, 5:30-6 p.m. Mondays, 6:30-7 p.m. Tuesdays, 9-9:30 a.m. Tuesdays, 10-10:30 a.m. ex traveling team tennis Quickstart Tennis II - Ages 5-6 Mondays, 5:30-6:15 p.m. Mondays, 6:30-7:15 p.m. Tuesdays, 9-9:45 a.m. Tuesdays, 10-10:45 a.m. Mondays, 5:30-6:15 p.m. with Wednesday p.m. matches Mondays, 6:30-7:15 p.m. with Wednesday p.m. matches FULL Tuesdays, 9-9:45 a.m. with Thursday a.m. matches Tuesday, 10-10:45 a.m. with Thursday a.m. matches Quickstart Tennis III - Grades 1-3 This is where win or lose doesn't matter, we play as one. Join the action today. Our traveling team programs will provide practice and match opportunities against area teams. Teams will practice/play approximately two afternoons per week. Schedule will be determined after tryouts. Instructor: Quickstart Tennis � Must be age 11-14 through 08/31/2012 � Depending on team, there may be an additional $8 USTA league fee � USTA membership is now included! � Try-outs will determine how many teams we have for each age level Team Try-outs - May 15: 11-12 year olds 6:30 p.m. 13-14 year olds 7 p.m. June 11-July 27, Ages 11-14 Quickstart Tennis IV - Grades 4-7 Mondays, 5:30-6:15 p.m. with Wednesday p.m. matches Mondays, 6:30-7:15 p.m. with Wednesday p.m. matches Tuesdays, 9-9:45 a.m. with Thursday a.m. matches Tuesdays, 10-10:45 a.m. with Thursday a.m. matches 18 See page 27 for registration information. Sports & Recreation Are you looking for your child to learn discipline while having fun and making new friends? All students are welcome to learn respect and focus in a caring and supportive environment. Wear comfortable clothes to class. All classes are held at Gotham Martial Arts Studio, located at 6426 Cahill Avenue in Inver Grove Heights. Instructor: Gotham Martial Arts Studio Little Ninja - Ages 5 & Under Beginners - Ages 6-12 Teens - Ages 13+ Mon., July 2 - Aug. 20 Tues., July 3 - Aug. 21 Wed., July 11 - Aug. 22 ex taekwondo ex neW! table tennis Table tennis is a safe, fun and highly physical game. It's really great for improving hand-eye coordination, which is important in everyday life! It doesn't require a tremendous amount of athleticism and you can play any time of year. You will learn standard grips, good footwork, basic strokes, service techniques and overall rules of the game. Instructor: Xiaorong Yi, is from China and has played table tennis for over 40 years. Tues. & Thurs., June 19-28, Grades 4-8 tennis - tiny hitters, young hitters and junior hitters Week 2, 4 OR 8, Ages 4-Grade 6 Learn or improve upon stroke skills, strategies of the game and enjoy the fun of competition. Friday each week will be used as a rain date. Students must bring a tennis racket, water bottle and sunscreen. Instructor: Lynch Camps DistriCt 197 sport Camps youth summer Baseball Camp This instructional baseball camp provides an excellent environment for each camper to improve their baseball skills. Instruction on the fundamentals along with daily games of baseball will be included. Instructor: Greg Fehrman Varsity Baseball Coach For more information and to register contact greg Fehrman at 651-403-7238. June 18 - July 12, 9-11 a.m. Henry Sibley Varsity Baseball Field $85 - Ages 5-10, M & W and Ages 10-13, T & Th $100 - Incoming 8th & 9th graders - T, W & Th Warrior Football Camp Participants in the Warrior Football Camp will develop both their physical skills and their knowledge of the game. Each session will include an individual technique period, offensive and defensive group time and a seven-on-seven tournament. Instructor: Henry Sibley coaching staff For more information and to register contact tom orth at 651-403-7108 or stan eskierka at 651-403-7236. July 23 - July 26, 10 a.m. - Noon Grades 6-9 Henry Sibley High School $40 Warrior Basketball Camps - Boys & girls For those who are interested in improving their fundamental basketball skills. Players will have intense small group instruction on the fundamentals of the game. Instructor: Boy's Coach, Lernell James. Girl's Coach, Chris Buerman. For more information and to register contact the coaches at Lernell.firstname.lastname@example.org and Chris.Buerman@isd197.org. Boys Camp - June 18-21 - $35 Completed Grades K-2, 9-10:30 a.m. Completed Grades 3-5, 10:30 a.m. - Noon Completed Grades 6-8, 12:30 - 2 p.m. girls Camp - June 25-29, 9 a.m. - Noon Completed Grades 1-9 $40, includes shirt henry sibley golf Camp Your invite to a 4 day beginner's golf instruction camp. The goal of this camp is to help teach students the fundamentals of how to play golf. This will includes basic rules, strategies, etiquette, proper posture, grip, stance, mechanics, and tempo. More advanced players will be introduced to different shots and short game techniques. Instructors: Head Boy's and Girl's Golf Coaches For more information and to register contact Chad norman, chad. email@example.com or tony kienitz, firstname.lastname@example.org. May 21 - 24, 3:30 - 5 p.m. Grades 1-6 Henry Sibley High School $50, includes hat or t-shirt (For additional family members a $5 discount will be applied.) 19 www.celearn4ever.org Aquatics time Class Course number time Class Course number time Class Course number Camp 1: m-th, june 11-21 - $64* Level 1 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Tiny Tots 9:15 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. Preschool Swimmers 1 Level 3 Level 5/6 Preschool Swimmers 2 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Level 1 Level 2 Level 4 #7501-S12A #7502-S12A #7503-S12A #7504-S12A Camp 2: m-th, july 9-19 - $64* Preschool Swimmers 1 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Preschool Swimmers 2 Level 3 Level 5/6 #7511-S12B #7512-S12B #7503-S12C Camp 3: m-th, july 30-aug. 9 - $64* Level 1 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 #7501-S12E #7502-S12E #7503-S12F #7504-S12E #7512-S12C #7502-S12F #7504-S12F #7506-S12C #7500-S12B #7511-S12C #7503-S12G #7506-S12D #7506-S12B #7501-S12C #7502-S12C #7503-S12D #7504-S12C #7501-S12D #7502-S12D #7503-S12E #7504-S12D 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. 9:15 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. #7500-S12A Level 1 #7511-S12A #7503-S12B #7506-S12A #7512-S12A #7501-S12B #7502-S12B #7504-S12B 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. 9:15 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Preschool Swimmers 2 Level 2 Level 4 Level 5/6 Tiny Tots Preschool Swimmers 1 Level 3 Level 5/6 aquatics program information � Learn to Swim is a nationally recognized program of the American Red Cross. It encourages each child's success by developing strokes and swimming endurance, one step at a time. � Red Cross Swimming Instructors are American Red Cross certified in water safety instruction and/or lifeguarding. � Please read the lesson description thoroughly to determine the appropriate level for your child. If you have questions about your child's level, please be sure to attend the first session. A member of the staff will review swimming skills and determine if children are placed in the correct class. Placement of all students is subject to the discretion of the instructor and the pool supervisor. � If your child has a disability of some sort, please let us know. This helps ensure that we provide adequate pool staff for the program. � Students must furnish their own towel and suit. Goggles optional. � Please leave valuables at home. Neither the aquatics staff nor Community Education will be responsible for lost or stolen items. � Spectators must be seated in the bleachers. For the safety of all, children not enrolled in the class must remain in the bleachers with a parent. � Please be on time! Every minute of our swim lessons is important. We ask that all students arrive in plenty of time to be ready to enter the water at the exact start time. � *Scholarships are available, please call for qualifications, 651-403-8313. 20 See page 27 for registration information. Aquatics tiny tots This class is designed for children 8 months to 4 years of age. An adult must accompany each child to class. This program gives parents information and techniques to help orient their children to the water and to supervise water activities in a safe manner. Water diapers are required for infants and toddlers. preschool swimmers 1 This class is designed for younger preschoolers, ages 2-3 years old who are ready to be in the water without a parent. Lessons are taught on a platform in the pool and will teach swimming basics such as kicking, bobbing and water safety. Parents are not required to be in the water, but are welcome to join their child on the first day if desired. preschool swimmers 2 This class is designed for older preschoolers, ages 4-5 years old, who have completed at least one Preschool Swimmers 1 class or are ready to be in the water without a parent. Lessons are taught on a platform in the pool and will teach swimming fundamentals such as arm strokes, bubbling and water safety. Parents are not required to be in the water. Level 1: Water exploration Students are introduced to basic swimming and water safety skills they will build upon as they progress through the "Learn to Swim" program. Children must be at least 5 years of age. Level 4: stroke Development Level 2: primary skills Students will improve on the skills they learned in Level 1 in order to swim independently over short distances. Students must have a Level 1 certificate or be able to demonstrate all of the completion requirements in Level 1. Students will review the strokes and skills from previous levels. The breaststroke and sidestroke are introduced and endurance is increased. Students must have a Level 3 certificate or be able to demonstrate all of the completion requirements in Level 3. Level 5/6: stroke refinement and proficiency Level 3: stroke readiness Students will begin to coordinate front and back crawl and will be introduced to the elementary backstroke. Skills are refined in both shallow and deep water. Students must have a Level 2 certificate or be able to demonstrate all of the completion requirements in Level 2. The butterfly stroke will be introduced and students will increase endurance by swimming greater distances. Students must have a Level 4 certificate or be able to demonstrate all of the completion requirements in Level 4. We are looking for qualified Water Safety Instructors to teach our summer swim lessons. Qualified applicants will be WSI, CPR and First Aid certified by the Red Cross. If interested, contact Angie Martinez Grande by email, email@example.com, by phone at 651-403-8312, or come into the 197 District office at Henry Sibley High School to complete an application. summer joB opportunities www.celearn4ever.org 21 the Let's be honest, this is an awesome place to spend your summer! Hanging out with your friends, going to the pool, playing games, doing crafts, listening to music, going on field trips - who could ask for anything better? Plus you have the freedom to come when you choose - spend the whole day or part of the day with us, it's up to you! Youth Center! spend your Monday- Thursday, 8-3:30 p.m. Starting Tuesday, June 12 until Thursday, August 2 - closed July 2-5 @ Fun times are here! the 2012 summer program includes... programming: FieLD trips: Transportation and admission included in program fee. Bowling, Cascade Bay, MN Twins, Saints North Roller Rink, Apple Valley Water Park, Grand Slam, New Hope Cinema Grill, Water Park of America, Valley Fair and the end of the summer BBQ! � Trips are subject to change. � Spending money is optional on trips. � All youth in attendance on the above field trip days are required to attend the field trip, the site will be closed during field trip hours. � Field trip dates, emergency card and more information will be sent home after May 1. ts or studeens 6-8 F rad entering g All Summer for Only $150! Don't forget to bring your lunch! Choose a site: South St. Paul #4999 - su12 (packer pad) ssp high school, 700 second ave. Inver Grove Heights #3999 - su12 igh middle school, 8167 Cahill ave. Enter door W, behind the middle school Enter doors on the east side of building (6th Ave.) registration starts on apriL 16 register early because space is limited. Call 651-306-3633! 22 See page 27 for registration information. Freak Bus picks up at: ut FriDay field trips! Choose one trip or all of them! For any and all StudentS entering gradeS 6-9 Meet at SSP High School or IGH Middle School and bus to field trip site for a day of adventure and fun! The cost below includes transportation and field trip admittance. Youth staff will be present on the bus and available during the field trips... however, youth will be on their own during the field trip. SSP High School - 6th Ave. entrance on the east side IGH Middle School - 8167 Cahill Ave., enter door W, behind the Middle School (south side) starts here! Description Travel to Action Packed Paintball in Jordan, MN adventure iD # Field trip Date Departure return What to Bring registration Deadline $ 3911-IGH 4911-SSP Paintball June 22 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. $ $ $ $ $ SPF June 15 $58 3910-IGH 4910-SSP Valley Fair June 29 9 a.m. 5 p.m. June 22 Rides, Games, Waterpark and more! $39 3913-IGH 4913-SSP Cannon River July 13 10 a.m. 3 p.m. SPF July 6 Tube down the Cannon River $26 3915-IGH 4915-SSP Wild Mountain July 20 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. SPF July 13 Waterpark, Alpine Slide and Go-Karts $37 3914-IGH 4914-SSP Bunker Beach July 27 10 a.m. 4 p.m. SPF July 20 Outdoor waterpark with pools, slides, lazy river and more Travel over 80 ft under the Earth and discover the Crystal Caves $30 3912-IGH 4912-SSP Crystal Caves Aug. 3 9:30 a.m. 4 p.m. $ Bring swimsuit July 27 $35 Bring sack lunch SPF Bring sunscreen $ Bring money for lunch and snacks Bring towel Signed Waiver * * A waiver will be sent to you via mail or email, be sure to include all of your contact information on the registration form. ** Field trips are subject to change or cancel and you will be notified of the changes via phone or email. For registration information please turn to page 27. www.celearn4ever.org 23 South St. Paul Public Schools & Inver Grove Heights Community Schools South St. Paul and Inver Grove Heights Kids' Choice School- Age Care is a Community Education program brought to your by the School Districts of Inver Grove Heights and South St. Paul. kiDs' ChoiCe summer program registration online - www.summersac.tridistrictce.org mail or Drop off - Kids' Choice office 1515 Fifth Ave. S., South St. Paul, MN 55075 Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Fax - 651-306-3640 Print registration forms at www.summersac.tridistrictce.org. If you have questions, please call 651-306-3631. summer 2012 program Kids' Choice offers an all-day program during the summer that is open to children who are entering kindergarten through seventh grade in South St. Paul and kindergarten through sixth grade in Inver Grove Heights. Children who attend another district during the school year are welcome to join the summer program. Join us for weekly field trips, special guests, enrichment classes, reading program, indoor and outdoor activities, weekly camps, service learning projects and much more. program Fees type of Care/service Full time (5 days/week) Part time (4 days/week) Part time (1-3 days/week) Breakfast Lunch Bunch Fee $150/week $40/day $55/day $2/day $3/day Locations Kaposia Education Center 1225 First Ave. S., South St. Paul Hilltop Elementary School 3201 68th St. East, Inver Grove Heights Dates & hours Tuesday, June 12 - Friday, Aug. 24 6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m., Monday-Friday Kids' Choice will be closed on Wednesday, July 4, 2012. There is a non-refundable $25 registration fee per child for all families. Weekly field trip entrance fees are included in the program fees. All Kids' Choice fees, locations, dates, times and offerings are subject to change. summer school-age Care presents: saC attaCk & saC storm West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan Area Schools Full-time rate: One to five days/week from 6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. youth enrichment rate: If your child will be participating in Youth Enrichment classes, Monday-Thursday half-day rate: Can be applied to any day Monday-Thursday for either 6:30 a.m. - noon or noon - 6 p.m. Core-day rate: Can be applied if your child will be coming Monday-Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Days per Week 5 4 3 2 1 Full-time Weekly rate $180 $154 $124.50 $87 $46 Daily rate $36 $38.50 $41.50 $43.50 $46 youth enrichment rate $175 $149 $119 $81 $42 halfDay rate N/A $29 $29 $29 $29 CoreDay rate $170 $136 $102 $68 $34 summer 2012 Fees Summer SAC Attack and SAC STORM are childcare programs brought to you by the Community Education department of West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan Area Schools. saC attack (entering grades 1-4) The SAC Attack program allows children to participate in fun indoor and outdoor activities, go on field trips and socialize with friends, all in a safe and engaging environment. Activities include theater, service learning, sports, knitting, fitness and wellness, woodworking and more. A summer camping unit is offered in July with an optional overnight trip available. saC storm (entering grades 5-8) SAC STORM program allows youth to participate in fun activities with other children their age. Activities include sports, indoor and outdoor games, youth leadership groups, field trips, service learning opportunities and more. site hours & Location For additional information or registration materials, please call Jen at 651-403-7546. You may also visit us online at www.197sac.tridistrictce.org. registration & ContaCt inFormation Monday-Friday, 6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. Moreland Elementary School 217 W. Moreland Ave., West St. Paul, MN 55118 *Closed Wednesday, July 4th 24 See page 27 for registration information. Dance, Sing and Play! Short Dance StuDioS and the heightS Performing artS center present... SuMMer CaMP 2012 Offering exceptional outdoor adventures for students in preschool through grade 8. Scholarships are available. Summer 2012! Ballet themeD Dance camPS technique Intensives 3 SeSSionS Voice anD muSic LeSSonS Main office - 651.455.4531 Preschool office - 651.455.4555 shortdancestudios.com � 651-552-9778 9332 Cahill Ave., Inver Grove Heights, MN Classes for all ages www.dodgenaturecenter.org Inver Grove Heights Parks and Recreation Offering programs, camps and trips for youth of all ages this summer! Make it a summer to remember with Parks and Recreation! Register for our summer programs at www.funatthegrove.com. www.celearn4ever.org 8055 Barbara Ave. Inver Grove Heights, MN 55077 651-450-2585 www.funatthegrove.com 25 summer Facility Locations West st. paul-mendota heights-eagan 1 Community education office (District office) henry sibley high school 1897 Delaware Ave. - Mendota Heights moreland elementary school 217 W. Moreland Ave. - West St. Paul 6 10 West st. paul pool 92 W. Orme - West St. Paul south st. paul Ce Community education office FC Family Connections 5th Avenue Plaza 1515 Fifth Ave. S. Cs Central square Community Center 100 Seventh Ave. N. hs south st. paul high school 700 Second St. N. k r kaposia education Center 1225 First Ave. S. roosevelt Courts/Fields Corner of Fifth Street and Fifth Avenue inver grove heights ht hilltop elementary school 3201 68th St. E. ms igh middle school 8167 Cahill Ave. SH Salem Hills Elementary School 5899 Babcock Trail E. CC Veterans memorial Community Center 8055 Barbara Ave. E. parking information igh middle school - Enter door W, behind the Middle School (south side). parking information ssp high school - Park in east lot off of Sixth Avenue Enter in the main door. Lincoln Center - Park in Fourth Street parking lot. Enter in door #4. Not on Maps parkview golf Course 1310 Cliff Road - Eagan Vertical endeavors 855 Phalen Blvd. - St. Paul 2540 Nicollet Ave. S. - Minneapolis gotham martial arts studio 6426 Cahill Ave. - IGH 26 www.celearn4ever.org registration information Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and must be in at least three days prior to the start of the class. All classes need a minimum number of participants in order to take place. 4 easy Ways to register... online: www.celearn4ever.org By phone: in person: ssp/igh 651-306-3633 Mon. - Fri. 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. Community Education Family Connections 1515 Fifth Ave. S South St. Paul, MN 55075 Cancellation Policy Wsp If a class is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment, you will be notified by phone or email and receive a full refund. If class is cancelled because of the weather or unavoidable reasons, it will be rescheduled when possible. 651-403-8313 Mon. - Fri. 7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Community Education 1897 Delaware Ave. Mendota Heights, MN 55118 Refunds Requests for a refund must be received by our office five days prior to the first class session. There is an $8 service charge for all refunds requested by participants before the first session. By mail: Financial Help A limited number of scholarships are available or there are payment plan options. Please call 651-306-3633 for SSP/ IGH or 651-403-8313 for WSP. These services, classes or programs are brought to you by or on behalf of Inver Grove Heights Community Schools, South St. Paul Public Schools and West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan Area Schools. Confirmation Classes will be held unless you are notified otherwise. Confirmations are not sent verifying your registration. You will be contacted if the class is full. Photographs Photographs taken at classes and activities may be submitted to newspapers, District publications. Written requests not to publish photos of specific students will be honored. Child's Name: _________________________________ Grade in Fall 2012: _______ Age: _______School: _____________________ Parent/Guardian's Name: __________________________________________________________ T-shirt size:___________________ Address: __________________________________________________ City: _____________________________ Zip: ____________ Daytime Phone: _____________________Home Phone:_______________________ Email: ________________________________ Emergency Contact Name: ____________________________________________________ Phone : _________________________ (other than parent/guardian) Check here if you would not like your child to be photographed Members only ID #: ________________ for media use by Community Education. Please list any concerns you have or the registrant has that the instructor should be aware of: ______________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Course Title Course Number Location Course Dates Fee (if applicable) Voluntary Questions: Collecting this information helps us provide programs/services that meet the needs of our entire community. Grade/Age of Registrant: age 0-5 K-5th 6-8th 9-12th Race of Registrant: Asian Black/African American American Indian/Alaska native Latino/Hispanic Native Hawaiian/other Pacific Islander White Two or more races Unknown/Other__________________ Gender of Registrant: Male Female If you currently have a parent/guardian on active duty in the military please call to register to receive 15% off your class. Complete if Paying by Credit Card - Type of Card: Visa Master Card Card Number: __________-__________-__________-_________ Expiration Date: _____/_____ Amount charged: $___________ Signature: ______________________________________________________ *Please make checks payable to Community Education *Waiver: In consideration of your accepting my child's entry, I hereby for myself, my child, my heirs, executors and administrators, waive and release any and all rights and claims for damages I or my child have against the South St. Paul School District, Inver Grove Heights Community Schools and District 197 and its representatives, successor and assignees for any and all injuries suffered by these groups. Parent Signature for waiver and permission to attend activities, camps and field trips. signature______________________________________________Date____________________________ 27 Adventure Camp Learn, Engage, Achieve & Dream A 3 DAy adventure for youth entering grADES 5-9 This unique leadership camp is an experience you won't want to miss! Not only will you learn leadership skills and engage in team building activities but you will also explore your adventurous side and strengthen your character! This camp will be filled with challenging and fun activities like, rock climbing, archery, a high ropes course, kayaking, fishing, swimming and hiking. Mom and Dad, there is no need to worry, all of the activities are structured, safe programs lead by trained professionals. We will be traveling to BASE Camp at Fort Snelling and Active Solutions. Date and time: June 25, 26 & 28 - 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Drop-off & pick-up locations: IGH Middle School, SSP High School and Moreland Elementary School, WSP registration: For more information see page 27 Cost: $60 IGH: 3628-Su12 SSP: 4628-Su12 WSP: 7400-Su12 What to bring: Snack lunch and beverage each day Wear socks, tennis shoes and active wear Thursday we will be outside - bring beach towel, sunscreen and wear a swim suit! Strengthen chArActEr, your individual and cooperative skills. have fun with challenging, activities while learning. ADvEnturouS and uniquE EngAgE students in tEAm buiLDing and LEADErShip activities. Sponsored by: TriDistrict Community Education, BASE Camp and Active Solutions