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Badger Community Education

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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 buildings for more than school-aged children and teens.

--Marie Collins, Director, Badger Community Education

Students Participate in Manufacturing Tours In the State of Wisconsin, October was Manufacturing Month. Badger High School metals and manufacturing students took part in this celebration by visiting local manufacturers Brunk Industries and PrecisionPlus. The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction recognizes that manufacturing can empower a student to define their own success through the multitude of opportunities available. It is a career that requires skill, thought, and creativity. Manufacturing offers a wide range of career paths for a student to pursue - like sales, working the assembly line, carpentry, computer programming, or engineering. A career in manufacturing means more than a life filled with hard labor and little growth. Manufacturing is a high skill, high demand, high wage career with many job openings in Walworth County.

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Lake Geneva Local History Series

Instructors are all affiliated with Black Point Estate & Gardens

Badger High School Room 605 6:30-7:30p.m.$5.00 / class or $25.00 for the 7 Week Series Spend this winter getting better acquainted with the past. The Wisconsin Historical Society presents a seven week-long series focused on the local history of the Geneva Lake. This program will help participants get a better understanding of the rich and varied history of the region during the grand resort era (1880s-1920s.) Instructors are from the Society’s Black Point Estate and Gardens location. The series includes programs on Black Point Estate, the beer barons that had summer homes on Geneva Lake, historic preservation within Walworth County, as well as programs on the steam yachts and the impact of the Great War on Wisconsin. Classes can be taken separately or as an entire series. er…early settlers…prominent citizens...architectural gems…historical mileBlack Point Estate: A Preservation Success Story January 17:

Instructor: Dave Desimone Historic Preservation is difficult under the best of circumstances. During this presentation, you will learn how Black Point was preserved despite numerous challenges including legal opposition. You will also learn what amazing architecture was lost around Geneva Lake and why historic preservation can be an asset to any community.

Beer Barons of Geneva Lake…and their Milwaukee Neighbors January 24:

Instructor: Michael Rehberg Introduce yourself to the six beer barons of Geneva Lake and the four major brewers from Milwaukee. Learn the difference between ale and lager beer… and the basics of brewing beer in the 19th century in this illustrated presentation. Learn also how the brewers responded to Prohibition.

The Great War: Anti-German Hysteria and Conflict on the Home Front

New for 2018 January 31:

Instructor: Dave Desimone and Emily Duval Given Wisconsin’s large German-American population, anti-German hysteria had a significant impact on our State. Learn about the United States’ slow march to war, reasons for staying neutral and our patriotic response once war was declared. This program will look at the national, regional, local and personal responses to the outbreak of war in 1914 and subsequent U.S. involvement in 1917.

Pull Up a Chair….Let’s Take a Walk: Lake Geneva February 7:

Instructor: Michael Rehberg How did Geneva Lake get started? Glaciers…Native Americans…water pow-

posts…what makes the city of Geneva Lake special? Walk through 200 years of stories from the comfort of your chair.

Summer Living at Black Point Estate February 14:

Instructor: Emily Duval What was it like to live on a large Geneva Lake Estate during the gilded age? This presentation gives a brief overview of summer life focusing on the Seipp family of Black Point. The Seipps were a Chicago family who built their estate in 1888.

The Golden Era of Steam Yachting: Geneva Lake and its Sailors New for 2018 February 21:

Instructor: Michael Rehberg Geneva Lake has a long history of pleasure craft on its waters. Introduce yourself to examples of the more than fifty, mostly private, steam yachts, popular from the 1870’s to the 1930’s on Geneva Lake. This program will include details about the boat builders, their owners and their mansions-of course!

They can’t all be Museums: Historic Preservation in Walworth County through Adaptive Use

New for 2018 February 28:

Instructor: Dave Desimone Historic preservation is a challenging endeavor, but when successfully accomplished, can enrich a community. This program will highlight ten examples of buildings throughout Walworth County that were saved from the wrecking ball through adaptive use. Some of the buildings on this list might surprise you.

Register for one or for all!

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Fire Prevention Week

Firefighters Visit Central-Denison Elementary The 5K and 3rd grade students at CentralDenison had a special visit from the Lake Geneva Fire Department for Fire Prevention Week. Students had the opportunity to learn about the importance of working smoke detectors and knowing the sound of the smoke detector. The students learned that just like they do at school, they should have fire drills at home.

Relationship Healing

Dr. Daniel Bishop, Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Professional Counselor, Wi Awaken, Burlington, WI

Thursday, February 22, 2018 6:30-8:00p.m. Badger High School Room 607 FREE – pre-registration required BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 4

Along with fire safety, students learned about the special clothes and equipment firefighters use for protection. They were able to tour the fire truck and hear about all the tools. The children were reminded how to get help from the fire department by calling 9-1-1, and if they are ever in a fire to yell loud so the fireman can hear them. This presentation by Dr. Bishop will share information around developing healthy relationships with your partner. Although many people have advice about relationships (and there are thousands of therapists and self-help books that are dedicated to sharing their advice and opinions), we are only beginning to collect research from these masters of relationships. As a university professor and clinical psychologist, Dr. Bishop will share experience and sound research on the tools to deepen a relationship and survive in these times of disposable relationships.


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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: January 17, February 15 OR March 13 7:00-8:00p.m. No Charge – Pre-registration REQUIRED 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.

It is the policy of the Wisconsin Association of Free & Charitable Clinics (WAFCC) not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, or veteran status. Please let us know ahead of time if you would like an interpreter or require special accommodations.

FCCLA Project Recognized in Washington, D.C. Saturday, October 14, Mrs. D. Giovingo and FCCLA members, Jaqueline Reyes and Isabel Ovalle went to Washington D.C. to attend the NOYS, National Organization of Youth Safety, Youth Interactive Traffic Safety Lab. Badger’s FCCLA chapter was recognized and awarded the all-expenses paid trip for the work that they did on the Fall of 2016 Seat Belts Save Challenge. The Seat Belts Save Challenge has three categories: best overall campaign, greatest improvement in seat belt usage, and highest seat belt use rate. Badger’s chapter won the highest seat belt rate category, achieving a usage rate of 97.8 percent. They were able to showcase their work to the 300 participants from high schools from the Washington D.C., Virginia and Maryland area. Isabel, Jaqueline and Mrs. Giovingo also had the opportunity to manage the Seat Belt Relay, a fun, interactive activity where participants win prizes while learning the importance of wearing their seat belt in “every seat, every time”. At the Youth Interactive Traffic Safety Lab Isabel and Jaqueline were able to see firsthand the importance of peer to peer education. The Lab also offered hands on activities about other areas of safety in vehicles.

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Badger Community Education

ALL CLASSES REQUIRE PRE-REGISTRATION Registration form on back page Marie Collins, Director  220 South St., Lake Geneva, WI 53147  262-348-2006

COMPUTER TRAINING CLASSES Katilyn Schrader Instructor

Computer Training – Winter 2018

Wednesdays at Badger High School room 612 from 6-8p.m. $30.00 / ea. Class (1-3 classes) $25 each class (4 or more classes) MICROSOFT WORD 2010 Microsoft Word 2010 with Training Wheels ** January 24, 2018  Learn basic word processing skills  Navigate through the menus  Start and setup Microsoft Word  Customize documents Beginning Microsoft Word 2010  Become familiar with custom Word settings  Master the skill of selecting text  Learn shortcuts for editing text

January 31, 2018  Learn how to cut, copy, and paste text  Utilize find/replace functionality  Create customized borders and add shading

Intermediate Microsoft Word 2010  Set up page breaks  Utilize multiple columns on a single page  Add special symbols to your document

February 7, 2018  Add clip art, word art and pictures  Customize graphics  Add backgrounds and watermarks

Advanced Microsoft Word 2010  Create multiple documents within a single document – each with its own header, footer and page setup  Add tables to your documents

February 14, 2018  Create impressive diagrams and charts  Utilize thousands of ready-made templates  Create easy-to-use labels & personalize envelopes

MICROSOFT EXCEL 2010 - No Class March 7 Microsoft Excel 2010 with Training Wheels ** February 21, 2018  Learn the basics about spreadsheets  Set up your spreadsheet  Navigate through the menus  Enter Data and Labels  Set up other application defaults  Format Data Beginning Microsoft Excel 2010 February 28, 2018  Add and customize sheets and tabs  Setup your spreadsheet for printing  Copy, cut and paste data  Sort your spreadsheet  Add headers and footers  Merge cells Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2010 March 14, 2018  Utilize a “painter” for formatting your  Add themes and backgrounds spreadsheet  Learn shortcuts to manage page breaks  Take advantage of built-in spreadsheet  Learn shortcuts for things like copying, creating styles lists, etc.  Add graphics to your spreadsheets

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Students Learning from Local Entrepreneurs Entrepreneurship is the art of owning and operating your own business. Mrs. Kirk’s Entrepreneurship class took an in class period field trip to Simple and Simple Bakery & Market in Lake Geneva where they learned from local entrepreneurs. The students toured the facilities, were given the opportunity to experience Simple’s food, saw the behind the scenes logistics of how a restaurant and bakery operate, and spent time communicating with the Owners and General Manager. The Entrepreneurship course is offered to grades 10-12. In class, students assess their entrepreneurial attitudes and ability, learn how to assess business competition, and create a business plan. Students learn from entrepreneurs who speak in class, projects, videos, traditional assignments, and from the semester project.

Lake Geneva School District Residents: $60 Non-residents: $120

$60 para los que viven dentro del distrito escolar de Lake Geneva $120 para los demás

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All My Money Amanda Kostman, Walworth County Family Living Educator, UW Extension

Thursdays, February 8, 15 & March 1 6:00-8:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 615 $10.00

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

Teach Like a PIRATE Day

Enthusiasm Rampant at Eastview

Teach Like a PIRATE Day (#tlap) recently took place at Eastview Elementary School. You might ask yourself, what is Teach Like a PIRATE Day? Well, “It’s a day at Eastview where I have challenged our teachers to try something new, try something exciting to engage their kids”, said Tami Martin, Principal at Eastview. It has become an annual day at Eastview that both the students and teachers look forward to. Schools from across the country are embracing this #tlap movement that was started by New York Times best-selling author and social studies teacher Dave Burgess. In his book, “Teach Like a PIRATE,” Dave challenges educators to develop lessons for students that incorporate PIRATE- like traits — Passion, Immersion, Rapport, Ask and Analyze, Transformation, and Enthusiasm. The excitement of the day started out when Dave Burgess himself reached out through Twitter to the Eastview Eagles. “Hey this is a special shout out from the caption to the Eastview Eagles on your Teach Like a PIRATE Day. Thank you so much for the extra energy, the heart, the soul that you’re putting into making school amazing for the kids,” he said. From costumes to creative learning concepts, the feel as you walked the halls of Eastview was pure excitement. Classes throughout the building were dissecting

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Students at Eastview Elementary School dissecting their reading for text features. their reading for text features in their medical masks and gloves, doing pumpkin math, and learning the art of beekeeping from a real beekeeper - just to name a few of the special activities. The teachers of Eastview took their normally dynamic and effective teaching methods to a new level.


Badger Community Education “Guy” Herbs Cindy Rabe, Certified Herbalist Moonflower Apothecary & Moonflower Creations

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Herbs for Winter Health Cindy Rabe, Certified Herbalist

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Moonflower Apothecary & Moonflower Creations

7:00-8:30p.m.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Badger High School Commons

7:00-8:30p.m.

$30.00

Badger High School Commons

A class on herbs and foods that can help men with their energy, health, and virility. Participants will leave with energy snacks.

Herbal Beauty Tonics and Bath Therapy

$30.00 Learn how herbs and foods help the immune system. Each participant will receive handouts and recipes to take home. Each person will make an elderberry syrup to take home.

Cindy Rabe, Certified Herbalist

Home Remedies for Everyday Ailments

Moonflower Apothecary & Moonflower Creations

Moonflower Apothecary & Moonflower Creations

Cindy Rabe, Certified Herbalist

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

7:00-8:30p.m.

7:00-8:30p.m.

Badger High School Commons

Badger High School Commons

$30.00

$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.

This class is an overview of basic herbal first aid and herbs for healthy children. Participants will make a home remedy to take with them.

Menopause and Herbal Allies

Meditation Gardens

Cindy Rabe, Certified Herbalist Moonflower Apothecary & Moonflower Creations

Cindy Rabe, Certified Herbalist Moonflower Apothecary & Moonflower Creations

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

7:00-8:30p.m.

7:00-8:30p.m.

Badger High School Commons

Badger High School Commons

$30.00

Did you know herbs, foods and lifestyle choices can be utilized to support a woman’s body through menopause? Learn how to minimize symptoms of menopause naturally. Each participant will make a liver tonic to take home!

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. BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 9


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Small Savings Build Big Dreams: How saving (even a small amount) helps encourage youth to go to college Amanda Kostman, Walworth County Family Living Educator UW Extension Wednesday, January 24, 2018

6:00-7:00p.m.

Badger High School Room 615 $10.00 Small Savings Build Big Dreams is a campaign led by University of WisconsinExtension county educators to promote the benefits of saving for college, answer common questions about saving for higher education, and provide information about how you can get started.

A Little Savings Goes a Long Way

Children with a savings account just for college are much more likely to attend college and earn a degree–no matter how much money is in their accounts. Even small amounts of savings for higher education have a big impact, encouraging children to start thinking about college and planning how to get there. For parents of children of all ages!

Oklahoma!

The fall musical at Badger High School was the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic Oklahoma! The high-energy cast held five performances in four days.

Rent Smart

Amanda Kostman, Walworth County Family Living Educator, UW Extension

Thursdays, March 8 & 15, 2018 Badger High School Room 615

6:00-8:30p.m. $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. BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 10

March 8th:

How Much Will It Cost? And Can I Afford It? Checking Out the Rental Property and the Landlord Application Process th March 15 : • Who’s Responsible for Maintenance, Repairs and Care? • Communications • Rental Agreements-Moving In, Moving On • • •


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Retirement Savings Challenges for Women

Social Security: Strategies to Maximize Jim Pfeil, Financial Advisor, MBA, Thrivent Financial

Monday, January 29, or Monday, February 26, 2018 6:30-7:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 605 Free – Pre-registration Required

When should I apply for Social Security? How will this affect my spouse? You have a lot of questions to answer. Mistakes can be costly. We can provide the guidance you need. Join us for a short presentation to learn how to sort through the options to help ensure the choices you make are tailored to your needs.

Jim Pfeil, Financial Advisor, MBA, Thrivent Financial

Monday, February 12, 2018 6:30-7:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 605 Free – Pre-registration Required When it comes to saving for retirement and planning for retirement income, women face a number of unique challenges. Do you worry about outliving your retirement income? Do you worry about having enough income to enjoy a comfortable lifestyle? What happens if you are alone? Learn about the obstacles women face in planning for their retirement and how to overcome them.

13th Annual Agriscience Day

Badger Students Provide Hands-On Ag Experience for Local 3rd Graders The Badger FFA and agriscience staff hosted the 13th annual Agriscience Day for over 300 third grade students from Central-Denison, Star Center, Randall, Woods, and Traver who received a unique, hands-on opportunity to learn more about agriculture. Six learning stations were: Soils, Aquaponics/Natural Resources, Veterinary science, Plant Science, Food Science, and Commodities.

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Target Toning & Strong Walk

Fall Zumba® Fitness Classes

Susie Cuellar, Certified Zumba Instructor, AFAA Certified Central-Denison Elementary School Gym WINTER I: WINTER II: Mondays 6:00-7:00p.m. Mondays 6:00-7:00p.m. Jan. 8,15,22&29, Feb. 5&12 Feb. 19&26, March 5,12&19 $40.00 $35.00 Wednesdays 6:00-7:00p.m. Wednesdays 6:00-7:00p.m. Feb. Feb. 21&28, March 7,14,&21 Jan. 10,17,24&31, Feb. 7&14 $35.00 $40 Register for both Mon. & Wed. Register for both Mon. & Wed. $65 - one FREE class! $75 - one FREE class!

That’s one FREE class!

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.

Jana Walsh, Certified Personal Trainer, Instructor Mon. & Tues., 5:15-6:15PM Mondays – Target Toning; Tuesdays – Strong Walk WINTER SESSION I: Jan. 7-Feb. 13, 2018 WINTER SESSION II: Feb. 19-April 3, 2018* No class the week of 3/25-4/1 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!

Healthy - Steps Therapeutic Dance Class Lebed Method Karen Jo Smith, Lebed Method – Healthy – Steps Certified Instructor Badger High School – Cafeteria 6:00 - 7:00PM Tuesday Only - $30, Thursday Only - $30 BOTH - $55.00 – That’s one Class FREE $8.00 per class for Drop-Ins Winter I Tuesday & Thursday Evenings

Winter II Tuesday & Thursday Evenings

February 20 – March 22 January 9 – February 15 Healthy-Steps, moving you to better health with the Lebed Method is an Healthy-Steps is for anyone with or recovering from: international therapeutic exercise and movement program with wonder• Breast cancer or other forms of cancer ful music designed to help you thrive physically and emotionally! • Lymphedema Anyone can participate in Healthy-Steps classes from young • Arthritis adults to seniors, regardless of health, age or ability level. We also • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome cater our program to those with chronic illness. The Healthy-Steps pro• Fibromyalgia gram improves overall wellness, range of motion, balance, strength and • Multiple Sclerosis endurance, as well as emotional well-being and self image. • Parkinson’s • Frozen Shoulder • Other chronic or debilitating illnesses 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.


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Hurricane Harvey Victims: Star Center Cares!

The second graders at Star Center School showed their concern for the victims of Hurricane Harvey with letters of support. Students wrote their notes at school and they were delivered to The American Red Cross for distribution to residents of Houston, TX.

Up for the Challenge at Lake Geneva Middle School

Every year in September, Lake Geneva Middle School has a team building day with planned activities to bring the students together in a new way. 6th grade Red House ran the Marshmallow Challenge this year. Students were divided into teams within their homeroom and given the following supplies: 20 pieces of uncooked spaghetti, 1 yard of masking tape, a pair of scissors, and 1 large marshmallow. The teams then had 18 minutes to plan and build a freestanding structure as tall as possible that would support their marshmallow on the top. Some of the teams were more successful than others, but all of the teams had a blast making their marshmallow skyscrapers.

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Badger Community Education Bridge Bidding Tools Ray Parnell, Ph.D. ABTA & ACBL accredited bridge teacher

Wednesdays, January 17-February 21, 2018 6:30-9:00p.m. $60.00 Badger High School Cafeteria Union These six sessions are designed for bridge players who want to step up their game. These bidding tools are used on a regular basis and are frequently ignored or misapplied by a great many players. Overcalls, takeout doubles, balancing, 3rd & 4th hand opening, negative doubles, 4th suit forcing & new minor forcing will be the subjects covered. A short teaching session leads into play of hands designed to incorporate the day’s subject. Evaluation of the bidding and play of the hand follows as you will see all of the cards in each hand. You do not need a partner to attend the class, but it is a great opportunity for you and your partner to learn together.

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Getting the Job You Really Want Christine Zastrow, Employability Instructor

Mondays, February 26, March 5,12,19, April 9 6:30-8:00p.m. Badger High School Room 608 $45.00 Are you trying to get a new and better job? This class will cover topics including career assessment and job skills, the power of networking, and developing your employment portfolio (resume cover letter, references and more). Inclass time will be given for learners to develop their portfolio as well as gain practice with interviewing.

Communicating Across Generations Amanda Kostman, Walworth County Family Living Educator, UW Extension

Wednesday, January 17, 2018 6:00-9:00p.m. Badger Room 615 $10.00

Shop & Save Lynda Weber, Instructor Shop With Lynda, Market America/Shop.com consultant

February 6, 2018

6:30-7:30p.m.

Badger High School Room 607 FREE (pre-registration required) This class will help you uncover the secrets to saving the most while shopping for all your needs. You will learn to save on groceries, clothes, household items and gifts. We will discuss coupon apps, store apps and many more ways to save! BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 14

Never before in our nation’s history have so many people from so many different generations been in the workforce at the same time. As a result, individuals, employers, and organizations are presented with many challenges and many opportunities. Each generation brings diverse perspectives, values, needs, and expectations to the workplace. The Communicating Across Generations workshop is designed to help participants recognize the descriptors that define a generation and identify the forces that shaped their attitudes, beliefs, expectations, and worldview. The goals of this workshop are to: • Increase knowledge and understanding of the generations • Enhance comprehension of how generational differences affect you and your organization • Promote effective intergenerational communication and collaboration • Expand capacity of organizations to support diverse working styles across the generations


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Becoming A Badger The Becoming A Badger program is designed to facilitate 8th graders transition to Badger High School. 8th graders come to Badger to take mini classes and become familiar with the many elective options they will choose from when registering. The program lets students sample classes on their Career Pathway and gives them the opportunity to become comfortable in the building, which is much larger than many of the feeder middle schools. Two of the featured classes in the fall session of Becoming A Badger were (right) Culinary Arts where the middee school students made Halloween treats and (below) Bucky’s Den Challenge where students proposed products for the Badger school store.

Becoming A Badger is open to students from Brookwood Middle School, Lake Geneva Middle School, St. Francis de Sales School, Traver School and Woods School. There are two sessions planned this year with a variety of elective programs to sample.

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Secrets of Ageless Skin

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

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 6:30-8:30p.m. Badger High School Room 802 $25.00 SAVE $5-January Only-$20!

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 your face before class, please do so one hour prior and don’t apply anything to your skin.

Contextual Learning in Geometry and Construction Contextual learning and hands-on applications are just a few of the innovative ways career and technical education can help students improve their core academic skills. A new program at Badger High School, Geometry and Construction, was adopted this year for those purposes. Instructors Ryan Bouzek, Technology Education, and AJ Curtis, Math, are excited for the opportunity to help students improve their math skills and gain career skills through this new class. Students taking the Geometry and Construction course will receive both a math credit and an elective construction (technology education) credit. This course is designed to give geometry students real world applications, but also to help students who plan on pursuing construction related careers. “We have had students in the past who have come back to visit who expressed their regrets of not paying enough attention in their math classes because it would have come in handy multiple times in their current career,” Bouzek said. That realization sparked him to try to bring the class to Badger. The instructors trained through Contextual Learning Concepts in preparation for kick off this fall with 17 students enrolled. They are looking to build projects including sheds, playhouses and gazebos. Members of the community may contact them through the Badger office at 262-348-2000. BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 16

Students in Geometry and Construction building models. Projects will be built on a first-come, first-served basis and clients are responsible for the costs of materials, as well as moving the project to its final location upon completion.


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The Power of Visualization

Stress Reduction/ Pampering Session

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

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 6:30-8:30p.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!

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

Wednesday, February 7, 2018 6:30-9:00p.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!

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

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

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

6:30-8:30p.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!

Looking Better for Less

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

Wednesday, January 24, 2018 6:30-8:30p.m. Badger High School Room 802 $25.00 SAVE $5-January Only-$20!

Look Slimmer, Younger & Save Money!!!

• Do you feel overwhelmed in a department store or even your closet? • Do you wear the same outfits over and over? • Are you interested in looking slimmer and younger? • Do you waste money on clothes you don’t wear? We can help! Get control of your closet now! We’ll teach you how to shop quickly and efficiently and make choices that are not only flattering but work for your lifestyle and budget constraints. Learn how to “build a wardrobe” that works for you not against you. Each participant will receive a personal color, body type and fashion personality analysis. You will also receive your personalized color chart and key style recommendations for your body type to take home. NOTE: Dress in clothing that will allow measurements, with little or no makeup. BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 17


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My Best Colors

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

Wednesday, February 21, 2018 Badger High School Room 802

6:30-8:30PM $15.00

Look younger, healthier and more vibrant by knowing your color season! Do you wonder why some outfits make you feel “blah” and others elicit tons of compliments? It’s probably the color of the garment. Color can enhance or detract from your natural good looks. It can be aging or make you look years younger! There are many myths and fallacies on how to choose your right colors. You cannot find your colors by looking at your eyes! Neither is it possible to know by holding up silver and gold jewelry. The only true way to know your correct colors is through a professional Color Analysis. A professional color analysis will give you a broad spectrum of “correct” colors to choose from. You will instantly see how the wrong colors make you look tired, lifeless and old and the right colors make a dramatic difference immediately. How we look is affected not only by our makeup and wardrobe colors, but also those that surround us in our décor. This class will give you an education on the colors in our world and how to use them to your best advantage as well as the psychology behind color. EACH PARTICIPANT WILL RECEIVE A FULL COLOR ANALYSIS BY A CERTIFIED IMAGE CONSULTANT, A $350 VALUE. YOU WILL ALSO RECEIVE A COLOR CARD FOR YOUR CORRECT COLOR FAMILY.

Everything You Wanted to Know about How Hypnosis Can Help You Live the Life You Are Meant to Live! Ryan Elliott, MSW Co-Director and Founder of the Lightheart Center. Ryan has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show and made many other

radio and TV appearances. He is a Board Certified Medical Hypnoanalyst a long time member of the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association. 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, spiritual ennui, addictions through three modalities: Hypnoanalysis, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) and Neurofeedback. Ryan is an avid golfer and so has worked with numerous players to improve their games. Serving as Marketing Consultant, Carpenter, and (CIA) Chief Inspirational Adviser of the LIghtheart Centers, he authored The Secrets from Your Subconscious Mind, on www.Amazon.com

Monday, February 5, 2018 7:00 -8:30 PM Badger Room 2809 $22.00 In nature, change is normal, customary, and accepted. Human beings are part of the natural order and change is inherent in the human condition. In a perfect world, changing would come easily but in the real world, “stuff” happens that prevents humans from being, thinking, and doing what we want, what’s good for us, and what gives us joy. That “stuff” gets incorporated in the mind before 7 years old and goes on auto-pilot after. Therefore, we can’t change when the subconscious programming dictates otherwise, negative, or self-destructive messages. How to change this programming is what this show is about. Thru hypnosis, hypnotherapy, & hypnoanalysis attendees will realize how they can benefit! Understanding Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy, Hypnoanalysis At any given time, about 25% of the population suffers from anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, phobias, spiritual exhaustion, not to mention smokers, drug users, alcoholics, and other addictions which means there’s a huge group who need help. Also consider anti-depressant medications are prescribed over 300 million times per year. • • • • • • •

Learn how you can benefit! Live the life you were meant to live. You will learn about: The Myths of Hypnosis, No it’s not sleep nor is it magic. • The Trick to Understanding Your Subconscious Motivation How to Tell When you are Hypnotized, hint – it happens daily. • The One Area of the Mind Almost Everyone Ignores but is the Most Your Brain and How it Creates Different States of Mind Important to a Happy Life: Afferent Heart Neurons vs. Cognitive Thought When to Run from a Hypnosis Show because it capitalizes on your Control fears. • How to Get Connected to your Spiritual Self, Lose Spiritual Ennui, Know About the Relaxation Response in Your Body and how it heals automatiYou’re Not Alone. cally. • How to Change a Bad Habit into a Positive One in 30 Days. The Triple Allergenic Theory, The Subconscious Mind Model for Health • Undoing Negative/False Fixes for weight loss and Addiction Recovery. and Happiness. Rejuvenate Your Appearance. The Human BIOS, The Computer Model, The Medical Model vs. The • Know how the Secrets from Your Subconscious Mind keep you stuck. Alternative Health Model • You will be hypnotized and get a feeling for the relaxed state.

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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 6:007:15 AM and after school from 3:15-6:00 PM. Register in the Main Office once and receive a pass.

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.

BOTH ARE FREE!!

BHS Fitness Facility Open 6-8p.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.

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 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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Wednesday, December 6, 2017 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!

Badger Community Education

Holiday Stress Reduction Pampering Session

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