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Badger Community Education

Spring 2018 Course Guide

220 E. SOUTH STREET, LAKE GENEVA, WI 53147 262-348-2006 WWW.LAKEGENEVASCHOOLS.COM Search Community Education

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Welcome to Badger Community Education, a Lake Geneva Schools entity. In this catalog, you will see photos and news from our district schools: Badger High School, Central-Denison Elementary School, Eastview Elementary School, Lake Geneva Middle School, and Star Center Elementary School. We hope you enjoy the photos of our students’ opportunities and successes. It is also our hope that you find a class or two that is of interest to you and sign up! The partnerships created through these classes allow individuals and business partners to share information, services and talents with our constituents through an affordable platform and at the same time utilize our facilities outside of traditional school hours. --Marie Collins, Director, Badger Community Education

Creating Olympic Spirit at Central-Denison

Melanie Slattery, Physical Education Teacher at Central-Denison, thought it would be fun to create some Olympic spirit in the school to bring awareness to the 2018 Winter Olympics. She created a couple of school-wide activities and invited classes to participate in them. Some of the highlights included creating classroom flags for assigned countries to carry in daily parades around the building and Healthy Bodies Tower Activity where classrooms built towers out of their empty milk cartons. Each tower needed to be at least 36” tall and be stable on a base no larger than 12 x 18”. The various activities were tied to classroom lessons, as well. BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 2


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PREPARING FOR COLLEGE FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL & HIGH SCHOOL PARENTS & STUDENTS

Parenting/teaching with less stress! Learn LOVE and LOGIC techniques that work!

Jim Pfeil, Financial Advisor, MBA, Thrivent Financial

Offered by: Rob Ocker, Certified Love and Logic Trainer, School Counselor – Lake Geneva Middle School, Keynote Speaker, workshop talent www.robertocker.com

Thursday Nights: 6:00-8:00 p.m. March 15, 22st, April 5 and 12th at Lake Geneva Middle School, Room #211 $15/individual or $20/couple 4 Night “Love and Logic” Workshop

Do you want to put the “fun” back into your family and parenting? Do you dream of getting your kids to listen the first time you tell them something? Then this course is for you! Participants will learn the “Love and Logic Process” created by Jim and Charles Fay. If you are new to Love and Logic or just need to practice your skills, this course will help you put the “fun” back into parenting. New updated curriculum! Participants will:

• Learn positive parenting skills that bring back the joy in your family life. • Learn discipline skills that teach kids, in a loving way, responsibility and consequences. • Learn how to end power struggles with kids and the dreaded “brain drain”. • Learn how to avoid the frustration cycle of arguing - no more arguing!  Learn proven strategies that work in challenging situations with kids.  Be around other parents & educators, research strategies that work.

 Each evening begins with a Potluck Dinner, so participants are encouraged to bring a dish to pass.  Free childcare will be available upon request each evening.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018 6:00-7:00 p.m. Badger High School Recital Hall Free – Pre-registration Required A college education helps gives graduates an edge in today’s competitive job market. But a degree comes with a hefty price tag that continues to increase - often at twice the rate of inflation. It is critical to understand the cost of college and how to prepare for those costs.

During this event you will learn: • Projected future college costs • The basics of financial aid • Academic strategies to best prepare you for college • Ways to make you stand out from the crowd during the admission process • Financial tips for parents and students.

This workshop is designed for students and their parents. Learn about the relationships between academics, admissions, and financial aid. Topics include how to best plan for college during high school, FAFSA, the importance of extracurriculars, campus tour tips, and the financial steps parents need to take now.

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Badger Community Education Herbal Beauty Tonics and Bath Therapy Cindy Rabe, Certified Herbalist Moonflower Apothecary & Moonflower Creations

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 7:00-8:30 p.m. Badger High School Commons $30.00 A class on herbal topical recipes to make hair and skin radiant! You will learn how to turn bath time into a healing ritual. Participants will make an herbal beauty blend.

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Meditation Gardens Cindy Rabe, Certified Herbalist Moonflower Apothecary & Moonflower Creations

Wednesday, March 21, 2018 7:00-8:30 p.m. Badger Commons FREE – pre-registration required Participants will learn the main components for creating a meditative space or revamping a current garden space for quiet time. Also taught will be ways to move your outdoor space indoors for the winter.

One Read Program at Eastview Elementary School Promotes Reading and Valuable Life Lessons

The entire fifth grade at Eastview Elementary School spent the month of January reading the book, “Joey Pigza Swallows the Key”. The One Read Program was designed to have all of the fifth-grade students, their families, and teachers read the same book during January 8th – January 26th. Parents were given a guide to help lead weekly discussions with their child about the book. This guide followed the same track that teachers were using in their classroom discussion. Research has shown that reading and talking about what you are reading helps students to become better readers. In addition to becoming better readers through discussion with their family and friends, the students learned valuable lessons through the book itself. The story, “Joey Pigza Swallows the Key”, told from Joey's perspective, deals with his inability to control his impulses, due to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). These impulses lead Joey to do numerous things, both at home and at school, which get him in trouble. Joey ends up bouncing around a lot — and eventually, he bounces himself all the way downtown, into the district BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 4

special-ed program, which could be the end of the line. As Joey knows, if he keeps making bad choices, he could just fall between the cracks for good. But he is determined not to let that happen. The books were generously funded by the Lake Geneva Rotary and Meemic.


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4th-6th Grade Youth Multi Games 7th-8th Grade Youth Multi Games Beth Sanders, BHS Coach

Grades: Incoming 4th-6th graders

Beth Sanders, BHS Coach

Grades: Incoming 7th & 8th graders

Tuesdays & Thursdays June 7-28, 2018

Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays July 2-19, 2018

2:15-3:15 p.m.

2:15-3:15 p.m.

Location: LGMS Gymnasium

Location: LGMS Gymnasium

$40.00

$40.00

Cap at 50 students

Cap at 50 students

Multi-games will focus on a variety of different activities such as kickball, capture the cone, four country capture the flag, alternative dodgeball games, soccer and much more. This class will not only help students become more active, but it will also build teamwork, cooperation, and help socialize with different students. Students will be able to be active twice a week while enjoying a variety of different activities.

Multi-games will focus on a variety of different activities such as kickball, capture the cone, four country capture the flag, alternative dodgeball games, soccer and much more. This class will not only help students become more active, but it will also build teamwork, cooperation, and help socialize with different students. Students will be able to be active twice a week while enjoying a variety of different activities.

Youth Strength & Speed Training

Youth Strength & Speed Training

Beth Sanders, BHS Coach

Beth Sanders, BHS Coach

Grades: Incoming 4th-6th graders

Grades: Incoming 7th & 8th graders

Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 7-28, 2018 1:00-2:00 p.m. Lake Geneva Middle School Fitness Center

Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays July 2-19, 2018 1:00-2:00 p.m. Lake Geneva Middle School Fitness Center

Cost: $40.00

Cost: $40.00

Cap at 30 students

Cap at 30 students

This class is designed to introduce young athletes to the weight room. It will focus on proper technique for lifting using low settings on our middle school weight equipment. The emphasis for this grade level is technique and form, so when they get a little older, they will be able to maximize their gains without risking injury. The synergy 360 has endless options for different exercises and activities. We will also focus on flexibility, core strength, speed training, and fundamental lifts in the weight room.

This class is designed to work with 7th and 8th graders on flexibility, core strength, speed training, and fundamentals. Participants will be introduced to the Circuit Trainers and Synergy 360 multifunction machine to work upper body muscles, lower body muscles, and core muscles. All strength components will be tied to a variety of speed and agility exercises to help students be bigger, faster and stronger. BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 5


BADGER HIGH SCHOOL Camps Start in June

Basketall Cross Country Soccer Tennis Strength & Speed Training

Football Volleyball

Watch for registration information on our website: www.lakegenevaschools.com

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L ake Geneva Schools Summer Enrichment Program Classes for 3-year-olds - 8th graders

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Bike and Hike Roller Skating Lego Robotics Breakfast Bunch Volleyball Skills Knit One, Purl One Amazing Science Comedic Acting Ukulele Fun Beginning Guitar Jr. Firefighter Pre-Veterinary Experience Swish! Basketball Goal! Soccer Skills Born to Ride A Lota Pinata Intro to Dance

The YMCA is offering Y Extended Care before (7:00 - 8:30 a.m.) and after (2:30 6:00 p.m.) Summer Enrichment

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Summer Enrichment 2018 dates: Monday - Thursday* Morning Session - 8:30-11:00 a.m. Afternoon Session - 11:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Week 1: June 18, 19, 20, 21 Week 2: June 25, 26, 27, 28 Week 3: July 2, 3, No 4th, 5, 6 Week 4: July 9, 10, 11, 12 For more information, please call 262-348-4000 ext. 4060 Watch for catalogs in early April or visit www.LakeGenevaSchools.com


Badger Community Education All Things Flexible Dieting Priscilla Gonzalez, Online Fitness Coach

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Macros and Moms! Priscilla Gonzalez, Online Fitness Coach

Wednesday, April 11, May 9 OR June 6 5:30-6:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 611 $8.00 Flexible dieting, also known as “if it fits your macros” or “IIFYM” is the new way of achieving your health and fitness goals. What do “clean” and “dirty” foods really consist of? Is it the same as counting calories? Flexible dieting allows you to learn the balance of clean and dirty foods, balance of your macronutrients and allows for flexibility so you do not feel completely deprived when trying to reach your health goals. Quit counting calories and start counting your macros. It is helpful to bring a Smart Phone and Food Scale, but not required. Follow Priscilla on Facebook: facebook.com/betterbodsglobal

Monday, April 9, May 7, OR June 4 5:30-6:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 611 $8.00 Being a full-time mom is a tough job. Mothers tend to lose themselves with all the hustle and bustle of their kids. At Macros and Moms, we will focus on regaining control of your health. We will cover portion control, counting macronutrients, reading food labels, and more! Follow Priscilla on Facebook: facebook.com/betterbodsglobal

Students Applying the Learning to Real World

Badger Community Education Adult English Language Learners ventured out of the classroom and into Stinebrink's Piggly Wiggly on Tuesday night. Students were tasked with finding all of the ingredients on a huge shopping list of ingredients needed to make a spaghetti dinner. Along the way, they practiced asking questions such as "How much is the garlic?" In addition to locating the specific brand, students had to identify packaging, aisle number, store section and price. Badger High School Senior Matt Meyer and Lake Geneva Middle School student Marcella Kutschma helped Instructor Brigette Kutschma's class in this hands-on learning opportunity. A huge thank you to Stinebrink's Piggly Wiggly in Lake Geneva! BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 7


Badger Community Education Students Published in Southern Lakes Anthology

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Students in grades 3-8 participated in a project sponsored by the Southern Lakes Advanced Learners Network called the Southern Lakes Anthology. Students were asked to produce a written or art piece related to the theme, “What’s Inside?” Twenty-four pieces were selected to be part of our Lake Geneva District Anthology. Congratulations the following students who will be published in our Lake Geneva District Anthology: • Grade 4 – Maddie Reed – Poetry • Grade 4 – Ella Jooss and Adrianna Buford – Illustrated Writing • Grade 4 – Abigail Wollaeger – Poetry • Grade 4 – Madison Wolf – Poetry • Grade 5 – Delaney Nottestad - Poetry • Grade 5 – Sasha Prohuska – Poetry • Grade 6 – Ava Cottle – Poetry • Grade 6 – Genevieve Wilson – Poetry • Grade 7 – Bethany Schuldt – Poetry • Grade 7 - Lexi Schmidt - Art • Grade 7 – Alondra Abarca and Frida Perez – • Grade 7 – Olivia Lois – Art Prose • Grade 7 – Alexander Vargas-Hookstead - Art • Grade 8 – Sutton Fritz – Poetry • Grade 7 – Destiny Skinner – Art • Grade 8 – Lilly Westlund – Poetry • Grade 8 – Jaiden Lauer – Poetry • Grade 8 – Dayton Schultz – Poetry • Grade 8 – Graycen Juchems - Poetry • Grade 8 – Dominic Alonzo and Caleb Monge – Illustrated Writing • Grade 8 – Kaeden Dull – Art • Grade 8 – Lauren Helsing – Illustrated Writing • Grade 8 – Demetrius Farmakis – Poetry • Grade 8 – Elianah Wilhelm – Poetry These pieces were then submitted to the Southern Lakes Anthology judging in which they competed against numerous other area districts. Congratulations to the following students who will also be published in the Southern Lakes Anthology: Abigail Wollaeger, Sasha Prohuska, Ava Cottle, Bethany Schuldt, Sutton Fritz, Lilly Westlund, Dayton Schultz, Kaeden Dull, Demetrius Farmakis, and Elianah Wilhelm. BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 8


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Rent Smart

Amanda Kostman, Walworth County Family Living Educator, UW Extension Thursdays, May 14 & 21, 2018 6:00-8:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 615

$15.00

Rent Smart is designed to help those individuals who have little to no rental experience and those who have had difficulty obtaining rental housing. Participants may be first time renters, as they graduate from school, or homeowners, transitioning to renting, individuals with poor rental or credit history, or individuals who have other issues that may cause potential landlords to perceive them as high-risk tenants. • • • • • • • • • •

Successful Rent Smart participants will: Learn new skills to build positive relationships with landlords and neighbors. Gain confidence in their ability to find and maintain affordable housing. Understand the application and screening processes used by landlords. Learn the responsibilities and rights of tenants and landlords.

May 14

How Much Will It Cost? And Can I Afford It? Checking Out the Rental Property and the Landlord Application Process

May 21

Who’s Responsible for Maintenance, Repairs and Care? Communications Rental Agreements-Moving In, Moving On

All My Money Amanda Kostman, Walworth County Family Living Educator UW Extension April 4,18 & 25, 2018 6:00-8:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 615 $10.00

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A fun and interactive way to learn about family and personal finances! Designed for individuals and families that would like to be more financially healthy. Who will benefit from this program? Individuals with recent financial changes - like retirement, divorce, death of a spouse, etc. Young Adults who would like a good start to independent living. Couples that are recently or will be married. Families struggling with financial challenges. Anyone hoping to improve their financial position. February 8 February 15 March 1 Who Am I with Money? Spending Plans Choosing Credit Tracking Spending Money Services What Happens if I Don’t Pay? Savings Credit History & Score BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 9


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Illustrators in Training

Author Visits Lake Geneva Elementary Schools

Author Tom Watson visited Central-Denison, Eastview, and Star Center Elementary Schools this week. Tom Watson is the author of the Stick Dog and Stick Cat books. Tom lives in Chicago with his wife, Mary, and their daughter, Elizabeth, and son, Jacob. They also have a dog named Shadow. Tom wanted to name the dog, “Put Your Shirt On.” He shared humorous anectotes with the children who eagerly received his presentation. During his visit, Tom talked with the students about the books, his writing process and his favorite hamburger and hot dog toppings. He also gave the students Stick Dog drawing lessons, which was a big hit with the children. The students came prepared with their paper and a pencil and became wonderful Stick Dog illustrators. The students also brainstormed ideas with Tom about what Stick Dog’s or Stick Cat’s next adventure could be about. Perhaps the next great children's author or illustrater was inspired that day!

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BADGER HIGH 2018

LEARN TO SWIM PROGRAM

REGISTRATION In Person: May 5 Saturday 9AM to 1PM Wednesday 6PM to 8PM May 9 @ Badger High in the Union (Cafeteria near Main Office) Online: Not Available until May 5th, 2018 *In person registration continues after June 11th on a daily basis 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in BHS Room 514

COST

Swim Levels 1: Intro to Water Skills 2: Basic Aquatic Skills 3: Stroke Development

IN-DISTRICT 1 Session: $55/child 2 or more Sessions: $45/each session/child

4: Stroke Improvement 5: Stroke Refinement 6: Swim Proficiency

Session Dates & Times Session 1

Jun 11 - Jun 22

Session 2

Jun 25 – June 29 and July 9-13

*NO CLASS WEEK OF JULY 4

Session 3

July 16-July 27

09:00a-09:30a 09:35a-10:05a 10:10a-10:40a 10:45a-11:15a

11:35a-12:05p 12:10p-12:40p 12:45p-01:15p

09:00a-09:30a 09:35a-10:05a 10:10a-10:40a 10:45a-11:15a

11:35a-12:05a 12:10a-12:40p 12:45p-01:15p

09:00a-09:30a 09:35a-10:05a 10:10a-10:40a 10:45a-11:15a

OUT OF DISTRICT 1 Session: $65/child 2 or more Sessions: $55/each session/child Note that if you cancel out of multiple sessions for a child, the refund will be prorated back to the correct pricing category. Ask for clarification!

AGE

Children must be 3 years old and potty trained by the beginning of the session. NO EXCEPTIONS!!

11:35a-12:05p 12:10p-12:40p 12:45p-01:15p

Credit Cards Accepted

Please inquire with Deanna Giovingo (262) 348-2000 Ext. 2370 e-mail: deanna.giovingo@badger.k12.wi.us


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Target Toning & Strong Walk

Zumba® Fitness Classes

Jana Walsh, Certified Personal Trainer, Instructor Mon. & Tues., 5:15-6:15 p.m. Mondays – Target Toning; Tuesdays – Strong Walk

Susie Cuellar, Certified Zumba Instructor, AFAA Certified Central-Denison Elementary School Gym 6:00-7:00 p.m. SPRING Mondays Mondays: (6 Weeks for $40) April 2, 9, 16, 23 (Not the 30th though) May 7 & 14 Register for both Mon. & Wed. $90 - one FREE class!

SPRING Wednesdays: (8 Weeks for $55) April 4, 11, 18, 25 May 2, 9, 16 & 23 Register for both Mon. & Wed. $90 - one FREE class!

That’s one FREE class!

SPRING SESSION: April 9 - May 15, 2018 Eastview Elementary School Gym $25 – 1 night/week OR $50 – 2 nights/week Adults (DROP INS WELCOME - $8 per night)

TARGET TONE: Looking to tighten up and strengthen your muscles? This is the class. We start with a gentle stretch to warm the muscles and move into a muscle conditioning program using Pilates, ballet, yoga, as well as light free weights, body bands, and your own body resistance. This six week program changes every two weeks as your body becomes stronger and more toned. All you need is a pair of free weights between 2 and 10 pounds, an exercise mat or beach towel, a bottle of water and comfortable attire. An 8” or 10” playground ball is recommended. A stability ball is optional. STRONG WALK: Join in the fun with this in-home walking program. The walk is designed for all ages and fitness levels. The in-home walking program uses five basic steps to increase your endurance, coupled with weight toning intervals to increase the metabolism and tone your muscles. A 10 minute ab routine rounds out the class. So put on comfy clothes, fill a bottle for water, bring a mat or beach towel, and a pair of hand weights of 2-8 pounds and join the fun!

Drop-ins are always welcome $8 / class Take action to get healthy & in shape in a dance party atmosphere! Modifications available for ALL fitness levels: novice to advanced. A one-hour Zumba class can burn up to 800 calories! The Zumba® program fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind fitness program that will blow you away. Our goal is simple: We want you to want to work out, to love working out, to get hooked. Zumba® Fanatics achieve longterm benefits while experiencing an absolute blast in one exciting hour of calorie-burning, body-energizing, awe-inspiring movements meant to engage and captivate for life! We reserve the right to modify the schedule or cancel if enrollment is below 10. As with any exercise or fitness program, please consult your physician before enrolling in fitness or other activity classes through Badger Community Education. Bring a water bottle and wear supportive shoes for fitness programs.

Healthy - Steps Therapeutic Dance Class Lebed Method Karen Jo Smith, Lebed Method – Healthy – Steps Certified Instructor Badger High School – Cafeteria 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Only - $30, Thursday Only - $30 BOTH - $55.00 – That’s one Class FREE $8.00 per class for Drop-Ins Tuesday & Thursday Evenings, April 10-May 24, 2018 Healthy-Steps, moving you to better health with the Lebed Method is an international therapeu• Lymphedema tic exercise and movement program with wonderful music designed to • Arthritis help you thrive physically and emotionally! Anyone can participate in Healthy-Steps classes from young • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome adults to seniors, regardless of health, age or ability level. We also • Fibromyalgia cater our program to those with chronic illness. The Healthy-Steps pro• Multiple Sclerosis gram improves overall wellness, range of motion, balance, strength and • Parkinson’s endurance, as well as emotional well-being and self image. • Frozen Shoulder Healthy-Steps is for anyone with or recovering from: • Other chronic or debilitating illnesses • Breast cancer or other forms of cancer BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 12


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Amy Blum, Certified Instructor

Mondays & Wednesdays, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Badger Dance Studio April 2 – May 31, 2018 Mondays Wednesdays 8 weeks – $40 9 weeks – $45 BOTH MONDAY & WEDNESDAY $80 – That’s one class FREE!

Amy Blum, Certified Insanity Instructor Tuesdays & Thursdays, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Badger Dance Studio April 2 – May 31, 2018 Tuesdays Thursdays 9 weeks – $45 9 weeks – $45

drop-ins welcome at $8 per class

Core de Force is an MMA-inspired, total body workout that uses core conditioning combinations, body weight moves, and cardio spikes to harness the power of your core and have you feeling AWESOME! You will burn major calories and carve out your waist. Only equipment needed:

YOU, a mat and a water bottle!

BOTH TUESDAY & THURSDAY $85 – That’s one class FREE!

drop-ins welcome at $8 per class

Insanity is a cardio-based total-body conditioning program. Workouts can be between 30 minutes-60 minutes. It’s interval training at its finest. No equipment is needed, just your body & a great attitude!! This program is for all levels and there are modifiers to all the moves. Be prepared to sweat and feel amazing after you have pushed your body to its limit. You will burn tons of calories and sculpt your entire body!

To the Moon! Yoga for Kids

Julia Volm, Certified Kidding Around Yoga Instructor for

To The Moon! Yoga For Kids *

FREE INTRODUCTORY SESSION! This class for children ages 4-7 incorporates all the beneficial aspects of yoga while having fun dancing, doing poses, and playing yoga based games! In this class, your child will experience the physical aspects of yoga (strengthening, increasing flexibility) as well as the mental benefits of yoga (breathing techniques, visualization, mindfulness). The goal of this class is for your child to learn tools on the mat and then be able to use the tools “off the mat” to promote calmness, confidence, and emotional well-being. All of these techniques are taught using the Kidding Around Yoga (KAY) curriculum which incorporates cardiovascular training, fun and original KAY music, and games. No previous yoga experience required. Sign up your little Yogi today! BONUS: parents taking Insanity Classes – bring your yogis to my class while you get your workout in!

AGES 4-7

Ages 7-12

Tuesday, March 20th

Thursday, March 22

6:00-7:00p.m.

6:00-7:00p.m.

Badger High School 2800 Lounge Reserve your child’s spot

by calling 262-348-2006

Children

April 3-May 22, 2018, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Badger High School 2800 Lounge Area $40.00 / $8.00 drop-in rate Ages 4-7 Tuesdays Ages 7-12 Thursdays

This class incorporates all the beneficial aspects of yoga while having fun dancing, doing poses, and playing yoga-based games! In this class, your child will experience the physical aspects of yoga (strengthening, increasing flexibility) as well as the mental benefits of yoga (breathing techniques, visualization, mindfulness). The goal of this class is for your child to learn tools on the mat and then be able to use the tools “off the mat” to promote calmness, confidence, and emotional well-being. All of these techniques are taught using the Kidding Around Yoga (KAY) curriculum which incorporates cardiovascular training, fun and original KAY music, and games. No previous yoga experience required. Sign up your little Yogi today!

Bonus: parents taking Insanity classes, bring your yogis to this class while you get your workout in!

As with any exercise or fitness program, please consult your physician before enrolling in fitness or other activity classes through Badger Community Education. Bring a water bottle and wear supportive shoes for fitness programs. BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 14


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Give Me Shelter!

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Understanding Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, and Probate

Nicholas A. Egert Egert Law, S.C., Attorneys at Law, 835 Geneva Parkway North, Suite 1, Lake Geneva, WI 53147

Badger High School Room 607 Pick One: Wednesday, April 18 OR Thursday, May 17 7:00-8:00 p.m. No Charge – Pre-registration REQUIRED

Badger High School's Outdoor Adventures 2 classes took to the woods this winter to build shelters. In groups of either 7 or 8 they were twith building a shelter that held their entire group and would keep them protected from the elements.

Estate planning attorney, Nicholas A. Egert, from Egert Law, S.C. in Lake Geneva, will discuss and answer questions about the most important things you need to know about Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, and Probate. In this presentation you will learn the basics on each topic, pick up helpful tips on how to navigate a probate proceeding, improve your understanding of estate planning, and get answers to your questions.

Get With The Flow Julie Volm, Certified Kidding Around Yoga Instructor

Wednesday, April 11, 2018, 6:00-7:00 p.m. Badger High School Room 612 $10.00

Hands-Only CPR Sally Gerson, R.N. Aurora Community Educator

Tuesday, April 24, 2018 6:00-7:30 p.m. Badger Room 609 FREE – pre-registration required Hands-Only CPR for Adults will teach you important steps to hands only CPR and AED. Learn the sequence of steps to saving someone’s life. You will practice while watching the American Heart Association video.

With the fast pace of life that we as adults experience and that even our children/students experience, it is important to remind ourselves that every once and a while we all need to slow down, stretch and breathe. Come learn about the benefits and some basic how-to’s of children’s yoga so you and your child can enjoy yoga anywhere, anytime through moving, laughing and breathing together! BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 15


Community Garden

2018 Garden Registration Form Name

Address

City, State Zip

Home Phone

Annual Garden Plots Individual plots will be approximately 10’ x 20’. All plots will be marked off by garden coordinators.

Cell Phone

Email address

Did you have a plot last year? No

There are 45 garden plots available on a rst come, rst served basis.

What were your plot #s:________

Rental fees:

First 10’x20’ = $15

10’ x 20’

addi�onal plot (Clean‐up Deposit:

$15.00;

Yes

(We will TRY to give your same plot(s) back) $15.00

$ 10.00 (each) + $25.00)

Enclose a separate check dated Oct. 27, 2018 for $25.00. This check will only be cashed if you fail to clean your plot completely before the Oct. 27 deadline. Weather permi�ng, the garden will open on Sat., May 4, 2018

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Ini�al rough �lling will be done at the start of the growing season as weather permits.

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Compost bins will be available for disposal of plant waste.

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Water will be available on site.

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Produce must be harvested and plots cleaned by Saturday morning October 27, 2018 (closing date).

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ALL QUESTIONS REGARDING THE GARDEN THIS YEAR SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO communitygarden@badger.k12.wi.us

$ $

CLEAN‐UP DEPOSIT OF $25.00 Separate check dated Oct 27, 2018 Mail Registra�on Form, Waiver Form, Rental Check and Clean‐ up Deposit $25 with checks made payable to:

Badger HS Community Educa�on Bryn Rohde FFA Community Garden Facilitator 220 E. South St. Lake Geneva, WI 53147

South Street

Badger High School

County H

The Lake Geneva Schools Community Gardens are located north of Lake Geneva Middle School, on the north side of Bloomeld Road. Look for a white building with a parking lot. Address: W2358 Bloomeld Road. Lake Geneva

TOTAL DUE:

Wells St.

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additional plots@$10 each

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Community Garden Bloomeld Road

Lake Geneva Middle School

NOTICE: No security is provided by the district for garden plots. Vandalism should be reported directly to the police department and the district assumes no liability for any acts of vandalism commi�ed against plots in the Community Garden. District assumes no liability for damages .


Lake Geneva Schools Community Garden Guidelines & Waiver

Ensuring enjoyable gardening experiences for all of the garden community is the primary goal of these rules and responsibilities. For this reason, observe the rules of the garden, and be a good neighbor.

All gardeners must sign and return this form to Badger Community Education prior to planting. 1.

The garden should be a safe place for the community, children, and other gardeners. Do not bring anything that will compromise the safety of the garden. The garden’s steering committee has the duty of enforcing rules and making decisions for the garden between annual meetings of all gardeners. They have authority to resolve conflicts, including refusing a plot to a gardener or dismissing a current gardener. 2. Weather permitting, garden plots will open Saturday, May 4, 2018. Produce must be harvested and plots cleaned by Saturday morning October 27, 2018 (closing date). This includes the removal of everything you brought into the garden. (fence, stakes, etc. Plants under 1’ can be left.) 3. No chemical weed killer (herbicides) may be used. Pesticides are discouraged, however if pesticides are used all label directions must be strictly followed. Keep all pest-control products and containers away from children. Walworth County Extension at 262-741-4951 can give safe pest-control advice. 4. Plants must be grown within the plot boundaries. No perennial plants allowed. Tall crops (sunflowers, corn, and trellised plants) may be grown, but should not shade another garden plot. 5. Water will be available on site. Hooking up your garden hose to the coupler at the garden is allowed. If doing this please be considerate of other gardeners. Hoses are only allowed through designated walking areas and cannot be dragged through plots. Gardeners must be present when their hose is hooked up to the water source. 6. Only established paths going to and from your plots may be used. Do not park on grass. You can drop off at your site, but please move/park your vehicle in the lot. 7. Children should be restricted to your plot and the common areas of the garden. Teach your children to respect others’ plots and not to waste water. 8. Plastic mulch and plastic “snow” fences are not allowed. Biodegradable mulch such as compost, leaves, and straw are encouraged. No wood chips are allowed as mulch because of the slow decomposition rate. 9. In accordance with school district rules, no pets, alcoholic beverages, or smoking are allowed in the gardens. 10. Gardens should look tidy all growing season. Gardeners are responsible for controlling the weeds throughout the growing season and preventing them from spreading to other gardens. If your plot is overgrown with weeds, you will receive a warning. After two weeks of no action, your plot may be mowed or reassigned by garden coordinators. 11. Compost stations will be available for garden plant waste. All weeds and diseased plants should be disposed of in a separate, designated area. Please no trash or food waste in the piles as they may attract animals. 12. All gardeners are responsible for providing their own tools, seeds, and plants. 13. Initial rough tilling will be done prior to the growing season. 14. Volunteer time is encouraged for upkeep of the whole garden. No security is provided for garden plots. Vandalism should be reported directly to the police department. Neither Lake Geneva Schools nor the University of Wisconsin-Extension Office is liable in case of accidental injury, theft, or vandalism. District assumes no liability for damages caused by wild animals, drought or flooding. WARNING LETTER: If the garden coordinators notice that the above rules and guidelines have not been followed, then you will receive a warning letter explaining what problems need to be addressed. If the situation has not been corrected within two weeks, you will lose the plot and it will be assigned to a different gardener. Stealing and vandalism will not be tolerated. Call the Lake Geneva Police Department at 262- 248-4455 to report theft or vandalism problems. In case of emergency dial 911.

Retain Top Portion For Your Records

Mail Garden Plot Registration, payment and this original signed waiver to: Lake Geneva Schools Community Garden, c/o Badger FFA, 220 E. South St., Lake Geneva, WI 53147 I have read and understand the application and accept these rules, terms, and conditions stated above for the participation in the Lake Geneva Schools Community Garden.

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Badger Community Education

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Managing Your Weight, Losing a Few Pounds, Changing Your Subconscious and Trusting Your Appetite! Ryan Elliott MSW: Co-Director and Founder of the Lightheart Center, Williams Bay Resident. As a Board Certified Medical Hypnoanalyst, Ryan specializes in healing people by redirecting their subconscious mind towards greater Prosperity, Performance & Success and changing consciousness from victim to victorious as well as removing negative suggestions interfering with one’s life that manifest in anxiety, depression, phobias, low self-esteem, fear, behavioral problems, addictions through three modalities: Hypnoanalysis, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) and Neurofeedback. He also serves as Marketing Consultant, Carpenter, and (CIA) Chief Inspirational Adviser of the center an is the author of The Secrets from Your Subconscious Mind, a new book which can be purchased from the bookstore at www.iunivese.com 630-202-6401.

7:00-9:00 p.m. Monday, May 7, 2018

Badger High School Room 2808

$22.00

In these sessions, you will learn how to dissolve negative subconscious programming around food, understand what the hypnotic state is and how to use it, let go of anxiety, fear, raise low self-esteem, remove guilt and shame, improve your life game, and live the life you know you’re meant to live. Allow your mind and appetite to work for you instead of against you.

We will have Fun, too! You will experience the proven state of hypnosis, come to understand how new aspects of yourself can be revealed as well as find out how to integrate Mind, Body, and Spirit. Creating more success in your life while discovering the Big Picture of Your Eating Habits through removing negative, self-destructive programs lodged in the subconscious which will free you of excessive eating. In addition to coming to understand how important feelings are, you will learn about: • The Myths of Hypnosis • How to Tell When You’re Hypnotized • The Brain and How it Creates Different States of Mind • Removing Guilt, Fear, Shame, Anxiety • Using the Relaxation Response in Your Body for improvement • Three Things all Healthy Eaters do • Record for Success! PARTICIPANTS MUST • The Truth about Exercise BE 18 YEARS OF AGE • The Trick to Understanding Your Subconscious Eating Motivation. OR OLDER • And The One Area of the Mind Almost Everyone Ignores that’s Required for Success • How to Get Connected to Your Spiritual/God Self and how that helps you • TLearn from others who have changed their lives towards greater happiness and smaller sizes. Hearing about other people who have changed from victim to victorious will give you a direction and hope for the future. These cases come from Ryan’s 30 years of experience as a Medical Hypnoanalyst. He always says, “Things are hopeless but not serious!” In other words, there’s always hope. The mind wants to change once the negativity is removed. Find out how in these sessions. Reading The Secrets from Your Subconscious Mind is recommended but not necessary. For long standing negative eating patterns, more intensive individual treatment may be necessary. Results vary according to your medical history, behavior, and genetic makeup.

Distance Running . . .

The track is open year round for use by area runners. Enter the facility on the north side. Please note that teams will be using the track between 3:15-6:00PM throughout the fall and spring seasons. Team practices and games take precedence.

Badger Hall Walkers . . .

Take advantage of Badger’s long, spacious hallways for fitness walking. The halls will be open on school days before school from 6:00-7:15 AM and after school from 3:15-6:00 PM. Register in the Main Office once and receive a pass.

BOTH ARE FREE!!

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Badger Community Education

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Stress Reduction/ Pampering Session

The Power of Visualization

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Sheila Osborne, Image Consultant & Relaxation Specialist, Executive Image Concepts and BC Spas

Sheila Osborne, Image Consultant & Relaxation Specialist Executive Image Concepts and BC Spas

6:30-8:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 802

$15.00

Did you know that 90% of all doctor’s visits are due to stress‐ related illnesses? Find out if you are at risk for illness. You will learn the causes of stress, symptoms related to stress and some simple techniques to reduce stress on the spot. Plus, experience some pampering treatments and a quick relaxation segment you can easily replicate at home. Dress comfy. Treatments will include an invigorating hand treatment, blissful “hot socks” treatment and a detox facial, along with a few surprises!

This is the best gift you can give yourself – or, yourself and a friend!

Train Your Brain to: Conquer Sickness, Stressful Situations and Negativity

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

6:30-8:30 p.m.

Badger High School Room 802 $10.00

Eight-year-old cancer patients visualize red blood cells killing white to accelerate healing from cancer. You can change your thinking and life too! CHANGE YOUR WORDS, CHANGE YOUR LIFE! You can have a life of balance and happiness. You can learn to control negative thinking and create happiness. You can write the screenplay for your future. Discover what is important to you and learn how you can attract that into your life through goals, mantras and visualization. We will do some fun, interactive exercises while we learn to visualize!

Lake Geneva Middle School Medical Detectives Leading the Way Through Experiential Learning Seventh grade science classes at Lake Geneva Middle School were joined by Sally Gerson, R.N., Aurora Community Outreach Educator, to kick start their new Project Lead The Way unit called Medical Detectives. The students learned how to take blood pressure using blood pressure monitors. They also learned warning signs of a stroke with the BE FAST acronym:

Balance = sudden loss of balance or coordination Eyes = blurred or double vision or sudden, persistent

vision trouble Face = facial droop, uneven smile Arms = arm numbness, weakness Speech = slurred speech, difficulty speaking or understanding Terrible Headache

It was an educational and fun day for the students. Project Lead the Way is a curriculum that introduces students science, technology, engineering and math through to hands-on, experiential learning.

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Badger Community Education

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All Things Google

Katilyn Schrader, BHS Math Instructor

Wednesdays, 6:00-8:00 p.m. April 4 - April 25, 2018

Badger High School Room 612

$30 each class/ $100 for all four Google, Gmail, Google Docs . . . what’s all the fuss about? Google has made the office available wherever you are . . . from any device . . . 24-7 live access. Google also allows for instant collaboration through sharing capabilities not available with other office formats. In addition, Google is free to anyone with a Gmail account! Step into the 21st century with this hands-on, introductory tour through all things Google!

BRING YOUR PERSONAL DEVICE(S) so you can set them up with Google! Week 1 April 4 Week 2 April 11 Week 3 April 18 Week 4 April 25

Gmail and Google Calendar Google Docs & Google Sheets Google Forms & Google Photos Google Sites & Google Apps

If you have Gmail, learn how to integrate accounts and calendars and synch them to your phone and other devices for easy access and sharing. Google’s word processing and spreadsheets. Learn how to use, organize and share them. Create a new survey on your own or with others at the same time. All your photos are backed up safely, organized and labeled automatically. Google users can create free websites that can be shared with groups through Gmail. They are great for event organization, work groups, classrooms and more. Learn how to access and use the apps available within the Google Drive.

Academic Bowl Team Finishes 2nd in Conference

The Badger High School Academic Team had an outstanding performance in the Southern Lakes Conference Academic Bowl on February 12, 2018. The Badger team took 2nd place with an overall score of 802, just seven points behind the winning team, Waterford. Three Badger students earned medals for scoring the highest in their categories in the BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 20

written test: Carson Hillier – Civics; Braden Kundert – Geography; and Carson Derda - Advanced Math. Derda also received the only perfect score of the night. In the oral portion of the night - Badger tied for highest overall team score with Elkhorn


Lake Geneva Online Learning Options Full-Time Education Program

EARN A BADGER HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA & WALK IN THE GRADUATION CEREMONY Your student can earn 24 credits necessary to earn a Badger High School Diploma.

OPPORTUNITIES TO DO BLENDED OPTIONS Your student will have access to face-to-face elective programming in many of our award winning career and technical education courses, expansive arts programs, and advanced course work.

AP & HONORS CREDIT COURSES OFFERED

CLASSES NOT AVAILABLE AT BADGER

Courses offered include a wide variety of AP and Honors courses in a variety of core and elective areas.

Looking for a special course in Marine Biology, or Criminology? We have the ability.

ONLINE LEARNING CENTER ACCESS

FLEXIBILITY & CONVENIENCE OF A 24-7 ACCESS TO CLASSES

Looking for a more structured environment to do your online work? We have an online learning center available during normal school hours for you to access.

Are you involved in programs that take you away from the normal school hours? Then online might be right for you as you can access all your programming 24-7, as long as you have access to the Internet.

COMMUNICATION WITH PARENTS

PARTICIPATION IN EXTRACURRICULARS

Our online partners provide weekly progress updates that can be emailed to both the student and the parent.

Would you like to participate in a club, activity or sport? As long as you meet eligibility guidelines set forth by the WIAA, DPI, and Organization rules you can participate.

ACCESS TO GUIDANCE COUNSELORS

ACADEMIC LAB SUPPORTS

Looking for help when it comes to planning for your college and or career? Our counselors are available to provide counseling for you when it comes to applying for college, financial aid, scholarships, and even job applications!

Badger offers hourly math lab support and after school labs in almost all core areas, Monday-Thursday until 4 p.m.

If this sounds good to you, give us a call to schedule a one-on-one consultation. Chiper Tennessen Online Learning Director (262) 348-7050

Ben Nugent Local Education Guide (262) 348-2000 ext. 2772

www.lakegenevaschools.com Select Schools and Online Learning

Lake Geneva Online Learning Options is part of the Lake Geneva Schools. This program is available to any District Residents living in either the Joint 1 or Badger High School Districts. This program is not available to open-enrolled students to either district.


Badger Community Education

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Makeup 101 – Basic Techniques Sheila Osborne, Image Consultant & Relaxation Specialist Executive Image Concepts and BC Spas

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Facial Workout Exercises for a More Youthful Appearance

Sheila Osborne, Image Consultant & Relaxation Specialist Executive Image Concepts and BC Spas

Tuesday, May 1, 2018 6:30-8:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 802 $15.00

Create a youthful appearance naturally without costly Botox, injections and fillers. Learn facial exercises and massage to improve circulation, elasticity and firmness. Muscles are an important factor in the condition of the skin. Most of us don’t think about the job they do, but allowing them to atrophy and slacken causes sagging of the face and neck! You can look younger, have a slimmer nose and more refined chin all through facial manipulations. Join us to learn the basics of these amazing techniques!

6:30-9:00 p.m. Badger High School Room 802 $25.00 A GUIDE TO PERSONALIZED COLOR AND FORMULATION SELECTION Makeup is meant to enhance your natural beauty; not make you feel uncomfortable! Selections based on your coloring, personality and lifestyle are essential to achieve that goal. So why try to guess if a lip color, foundation or eyeshadow will work? Choose wisely and easily by knowing your color season. If you’re afraid you’ll end up looking like Dracula’s mother, rest assured we’ll evaluate your fashion and makeup personality and make selections to reflect you! Finally, learn proper application techniques as well as how to apply your look in only minutes! Discover your true beauty! You will receive a color, fashion and makeup personality and facial shape analysis during the class. This invaluable information can give you a lifetime of smart choices!

Secrets of Ageless Skin Image Consultant & Relaxation Specialist Executive Image Concepts and BC Spas

Tuesday, April 3, 2018 6:30-8:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 802 $25.00

YOU CAN HAVE THE POWER TO TURN BACK TIME Learn the secrets to reverse the seven signs of aging with guaranteed results!!! Experience the latest technology to combat every problem – discolorations, acne, sagging, lines, varicose veins, scars, stretch marks and more!!!! Are you using expensive crèmes but not seeing any benefits? Find out why. Are you confused by advertising claims and myriad products on the market? Do you just want something that works for you personally and solves your problems? This class will give you answers that make sense. You will receive an individualized skin prescription through the use of patented skin sensors and learn the latest techniques to maintain healthy skin as well as resurface damaged skin. You will also receive a subcutaneous damage analysis. Each participant will experience a spa‐quality transformation facial and a breakthrough treatment that combines the benefits of a chemical peel and microderm abrasion and is valued at over $200.* NEW: Oxygen Zone Tool. This unique tool uses a high frequency current that is a safe and pure way to correct multiple skin disorders! We also use nonsurgical fillers for a special anti‐aging lift. These are results‐driven treatments you will see immediately. *Please note that these treatments are interactive and you will be an active participant in the application. NOTE: Wear comfortable clothing and little or no makeup. If you wish to wash you face before class, please do so one hour prior and don’t apply anything to your skin. BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 22


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U.S. Tax Reform: How Could It Affect You

WAIVER REQUIRED FOR ALL FITNESS CLASSES, WEIGHT ROOM and any other class where physical activity is a factor.

Waiver of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement

Jim Pfeil, Financial Advisor, MBA Thrivent Financial

Tuesday, May 8, 2018 6:30-7:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 605 Free – Pre-registration Required With the recent tax reform legislation, there are new tax brackets, deductions, and credits. Learn how the new law affects you and your family today, tomorrow, and in retirement.

BHS Fitness Facility Open 6:00-8:00 p.m., Mon. - Thurs. on days when school is in session

NEW UPGRADED EQUIPMENT! • Treadmills, Bicycles, Ellipticals, Steppers • Ample Free- Weight Stations • Hand Weights • Exercise & Yoga Balls & More • Weight Machines: Upper Body, Lower Body, Abdominals

Mike Ward,

Certified Personal Trainer on-site Membership fees to the Fitness Center:

Term

Annual Semi-Annual Resident College Student, Annual Only** Senior Citizen, Annual Only*** Daily

Resident*

Non-Resident

$100 $200 $60 $120 $50 N/A $50 $100 $2.00 $5.00

*Resident of the Lake Geneva-Genoa City UHS School District: Lake Geneva, Genoa City, Springfield, Bloomfield, Pell Lake, Town of Linn. **Recent (2014-2017) Badger graduate currently enrolled in a college – must present valid school ID card. ***Age 65 or older. Must be a resident of Lake Geneva-Genoa City UHS School District. Annual only. Must present valid ID.

1. In consideration for receiving permission to participate in Badger Community Education, I hereby release, waive, discharge and covenant not to sue the Lake Geneva-Genoa City Union High School District, its officers, agents, servants, or employees (hereinafter referred to as releasees) from any and all liability, claims, demands, actions and causes of action whatsoever arising out of or related to any loss, damage, or injury, including death, that may be sustained by me, or any of the property belonging to me, whether caused by the negligence of the releasees, or otherwise, while participating in such activity, or while in, on or upon the premises where the activity is being conducted. 2. I am fully aware of the risks involved and hazards connected with using the fitness center, including but not limited to muscle injury, heat exhaustion, cardiovascular stress, and all other conditions related to use of cardiovascular and weight training equipment and I hereby elect to voluntarily participate in said activity with full knowledge that said activity may be hazardous to me and my property. I voluntarily assume full responsibility for any risks of loss, property damage or personal injury, including death, that may be sustained by me, or any loss or damage to property owned by me, as a result of being engaged in such an activity, whether caused by the negligence of releasees or otherwise. 3. I further hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless the releasees from any loss, liability, damage or costs, including court costs and attorney fees, that they may incur due to my participation in said activity, whether caused by negligence of releasees or otherwise. 4. It is my express intent that this Waiver of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement shall bind the members of my family and spouse, if I am alive, and my heirs, assigns and personal representative, if I am deceased, and shall be deemed as a release, waiver, discharge and covenant not to sue the above-named releasees. I hereby further agree that this Waiver of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Wisconsin. 5. In signing this release, I acknowledge and represent that I have read the foregoing Waiver of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement, understand it and sign it voluntarily as my own free act and deed; no oral representations, statements, or inducements, apart from the foregoing written agreement, have been made; I am at least eighteen (18) years of age and fully competent; and I execute this release for full, adequate and complete consideration fully intending to be bound by same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal on this _____day of______________. Participant Witness Trainer Participant Name (printed) Witness Name (printed)

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Registration Form SPRING 2018 Session Classes

WALWORTH COUNTY LITERACY COUNCIL

1st Class Name Start Date

Cost $

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Now Is the Time! Get Your GED

Walworth County Literacy Council can help you prepare for the GED tests. Meet for 1 -2 hours per week with a trained volunteer tutor at Badger High School or at your local library.  

All instruction, study materials, official GED practice and final tests are FREE of charge. After passing the practice tests, you will be ready to take the official tests at Gateway Technical College

ARE YOU READY?

Cost $

3rd Class Name Start Date

Cost $ TOTAL DUE: $ *WAIVER (ON REVERSE) Required for all fitness programs.*

Name Address City, State, Zip

GED TUTORING AVAILABLE At a time and place convenient to you. You choose a day and time that fits your schedule. Days available Monday - Thursday, between 5:30 & 9:00 p.m.

REGISTRATION:

Monday, April 9 OR Tuesday April 10, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Badger High School, Room 615

To register or to learn more contact: Badger Community Education 262-348-2006 https://sites.google.com/a/badger.k12.wi. us/badger-community-education/

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Walworth County Literacy Council 262-957-0142 wclc@walworthcoliteracy.com

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e-mail address CONFIRMATIONS ARE SENT VIA EMAIL ONLY! Your Cancelled Check is Your Receipt Cancellation required 48 hours prior to start of class for refund. Even FREE classes require pre-registration. Please return with check payable to Badger Community Education, 220 South Street, Lake Geneva, WI 53147 262-348-2006