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Recreation Activity Guide

Fall 2018

santeerec.com • (619) 258-4100 ext. 222


COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT Mission Statement Staff Bill Maertz Community Services Director Anne Morrison Recreation Services Manager DeVerna Rogers Recreation Supervisor Bree Humphrey Special Events Supervisor Chris Myers James Northum Jon Shellhammer Recreation Coordinators Sam Rensberry Public Services Manager Eric King Parks & Landscape Supervisor Mike Poppe Public Works Supervisor

We create community by providing exceptional programs, caring for and enriching public spaces and facilitating rewarding life experiences.

SPARC Santee Park & Recreation Committee Ken Fox, Chairman Anita Bautista Patricia Fortin Chuck Hattaway Heather Jones Stacey LoMedico John Morley Barry “BJ” Miller Laqueta Strawn Dustin Trotter Alan Tuthill Rusty Williams

Table of Contents 02 Special Events 03 Location Guide 04 Parks & Community Map 05 Teen Center 06 Teen Center - CHD 07 Special Interest 08 Adult Classes 09 Performing Arts 11 Early Education, Enrichment & Music 13 Youth Sports & Fitness 15 Skate Park 16 Aquatic Center 17 Seniors 55+ 19 Facilities 20 Outdoor Adventures 21 Recreation Services 22 Recreation Form

SPECIAL EVENTS

Special Thanks to Everyone Who Made This Fundraiser Possible! Funds helped support People, Parks, & Programs.

Supporting People, Parks & Programs

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www.SanteeBluegrassFestival.com

Thank you to Republic Services for participating as the Advocate for Appetites Sponsor for the 2018 Santee Bluegrass Festival. Your participation ensured a successful festival. And a special thank you to all the food & beverage vendors that participate in this festival year after year. The festival wouldn’t be possible without you.

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SPECIAL EVENTS  Tree Lighting Ceremony – 6:30PM  Carriage Rides  Crafts  Sledding  Caroling & Costumed Characters  Live Music  Santa & More!

Santee

Holiday Lighting Celebration Friday, November 16, 2018 5:30PM – 8:30PM Santee Trolley Square 9884 Mission Gorge Road, Santee

www.SanteeHolidayLighting.com

Santee

Active Lifestyle Expo Entertainment and Fitness Demos Obstacle Course Challenge 

Saturday, January 26, 2019 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM USATF Race Walk Championships (7:30 AM – 2:30 PM) Santee Trolley Square

Vendor Fair  Free Breakfast BMX Trick Show  Kid’s Zone & Active Game Area � Variety of Live Music  Meet & Greet with Elite Athletes 

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City Facility Room Rental

Sand Volleyball

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Disc Golf

Basketball

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Skate Park

Dog Park or Off-Leash Hours

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Pickleball

BBQ Grill

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Tennis

Restrooms

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Sports Fields

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Facility Name

Playground

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Trails

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Exercise Equipment

SANTEE LOCATION GUIDE City Parks BR

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Big Rock Park - 8125 Arlette St.

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Deputy Ken Collier Park - 9206 Via De Cristina

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Mast Park - 9125 Carlton Hills Blvd.

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Mast Park West - 9125 Carlton Hills Blvd.

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Shadow Hill Park - 9161 Shadow Hill Rd.

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SRP

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Sky Ranch Park - 5850 Cala Lily St.

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Town Center Community Park East - 550 Park Center Dr.

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Town Center Community Park West - 9409 Cuyamaca St.

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Woodglen Vista Park - 10250 Woodglen Vista Dr.

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West Hills Park- 8750 Mast Blvd.

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Walker Preserve Trail - 9500 Magnolia Ave.

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City Hall Bldg. 6, 7 & 8 - 10601 N. Magnolia Ave.

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Santee Teen Center @ Big Rock Park - 8115 Arlette St.

PSOC

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City Operations Center - 9534 Via Zapador

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To contact the Public Services Department please call 619-258-4100 ext. 300

Schools and Community Resources

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C1

Carlton Oaks Golf Course

9200 Inwood Dr.

CHS

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Carlton Hills School

9353 Pike Rd.

KS

C2

Trad Am Karate Studio

8955 Carlton Hills Blvd.

COE

S2

Carlton Oaks Elementary

9353 Wethersfield Rd.

LHA

C3

LionHeart Academy

1331 Cuyamaca St.

CPE

S3

Cajon Park Elementary

10300 N. Magnolia Ave.

SMS

C4

Staump Music School

9530 Pathway St. #201

CHE

S4

Chet F. Harritt Elementary

8120 Arlette St.

SPX

C5

Sportsplex USA

9951 Riverwalk Dr.

PDE

S5

Pepper Drive Elementary

1935 Marlinda Way

YMCA

C6

City of Santee Aquatics Center

10123 Riverwalk Dr.

PAS

S6

9303 Prospect Ave.

HHF

C7

Hidden Haven Farms

18540 W. Boundary Truck Trail, Jamul

PRIDE Academy at Prospect Avenue School

RSE

S7

Rio Seco Elementary

9545 Cuyamaca St.

SCE

S8

Sycamore Canyon Elementary

10201 Settle Rd.

HCE

S9

Hill Creek Elementary

9665 Jeremy St.

SHS

S10

Santana High School **Lighted tennis courts available to public

9915 Magnolia Ave.

WHHS

S11

West Hills High School

8756 Mast Blvd.

SBL

S12

Santee Branch Library

 9225 Carlton Hills Blvd. # 17

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S13

Santee Lakes

9310 Fanita Pkwy.

SCC

S14

Santee Chamber of Commerce

10159 Mission Gorge Rd. Ste. F

Pet owners can take their pets to Big Rock Park, Mast Park and Woodglen Vista Park to let their pets exercise without being constricted by a leash during specified days and times. For current information regarding times, days, and rules visit: cityofsanteeca.gov > city parks > dog parks 3

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Park Pavilions - Picnic pavilions at city parks can be reserved by obtaining and purchasing a permit from the Community Services Department. Inflatable air jumps and other vendors also require a permit. Unreserved park pavilions are open to the public on a first-come first serve basis. For more information, pricing, regulations and applications contact the Community Services Department at (619) 258-4100 ext. 222


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SANTEE TEEN CENTER SanteeTeenCenter.com Check out our new location! Santee Teen Center @ Big Rock Park Santee Teen Center @ Big Rock Park 8115 Arlette Street Teen Center (619) 258-4191 Recreation Coordinator (619) 258-4100 ext. 210 School year hours begin August 22, 2018 Monday – Friday 2:00 – 6:00pm Hours adjusted to match early dismissal for Santee School District schedule Closed Saturday & Sunday Closed Sept 3, Nov 12, Nov 19 – 23, 2018 Santee Teen Center is an after-school and summer break drop-in recreation program designed for pre-teens and teens in grades 6-9. Leadership and volunteer programs are available at the Teen Center for teens in grades 10-12, up to age 17.

Annual Membership Fee Only $44 for Santee residents and $59 for non-residents or $5 per day. Financial aid available. Don’t have a Teen Center membership? Come check out the Teen Center your 1st time for FREE!

Daily Activities Daily programming consists of a variety of indoor and outdoor recreation activities. Homework assistance is available on a daily basis. Teens at the center are involved in the programming and are encouraged to help design and implement the daily activities.

OUTDOOR RECREATION

Professional Staff

PING PONG/FOOSE/POOL TABLE PARK

COURTS The center is staffed by City of Santee employees VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES who are certified in first aid and CPR, have completed specialized teen-oriented training and have passed a Department of Justice background check. Our low staff-to-participant ratio offers a safe, well supervised experience and personal connection with each teen.

After-school Transportation Available for the school year for Santee School District students in grades 6-8. Registration must be submitted by the 25th of the month prior to enrollment date and is accepted online, at the Santee City Hall or at the Santee Teen Center at the Big Rock Park. For more information call (619) 258-4100 ext. 222

Register now!

(Chet F. Harritt transportation not provided. Within walking distance.) Monthly rates based on $16 per week fee. August

$32

September

$64

October

$80

November

$48

December

$48

Check out the Teen Center monthly Calendar online @

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FREE* Special Activities at the Santee Teen Center Enjoy the day with friends and Teen Center staff for our monthly special activities. *$5 fee required for non-Teen Center members

Grades 6-9 6:00 – 9:00pm On-Site Entry Fee $5 Members | $15 Non-Members* *Permission slip required for non-members, available @

SanteeTeenCenter.com

SANTEE TEEN CENTER

FRIDAY NIGHT at Santee City Hall

CITY HALL Dance

September 28 - BACK TO SCHOOL BASH! October 26 - ZOMBIE BASH! Come as your favorite Zombie or Zombie hunter (or other costume) to the October Halloween Dance and non-members get in for only $10 • Costume contest • Zombie dance battle • Monstrous music

DJ Dancing Games Snack Bar

Grades 6-12, up to age 17 4:00 – 6:00pm Sept 7 – School Year Kick-off! Nov 15 – Pre-Thanksgiving Gathering Dec 14 – Starlight Circle walking trip (OFF-SITE 6-9PM)

SD Nights in Santee FREE! SD Nights is part of the County of San Diego Department of Parks and Recreation’s strategy to engage, equip and empower youth in San Diego, giving them tools to make better decisions, build strong character and improve their quality of life. Interactive programs include: • Mentorship • Career and Education Planning • Community Safety • Fun Activities • Leadership • Drop in program Upcoming SD Nights Dates: • 9/21: 3 – 5 pm at Santee Teen Center @ Big Rock Park • 10/12: 3 – 5 pm at Santee Teen Center @ Big Rock Park • 11/16: 5:30 – 8:30 pm Holiday Lighting at Trolley Square • 12/7: 6 – 9 pm at City Hall, 10601 Magnolia Ave.

*School appropriate costume. *School appropriate attire required at all dances.

Teen Center Members - Attend the Santee Teen Center five times within one month to attend the City Hall Dance of the same month for FREE! * Financial assistance available for youth who qualify – call for details 6


SPECIAL INTEREST NEW! Dog Training- Phase I Class

(6 weeks) 10 weeks- adult

Phase I of the training is designed to help owners connect with their dogs, teaching them how to effectively communicate with them while making it fun. Basic commands taught include: sit, leash walking, greeting other dogs on leash, leave it, come when called, stay, and wait.

Ages 8 weeks – 6 months

Owners will learn about dog behavior, postures and the language they use with each other. This class will also help your puppy have positive interactions with other dogs, whether you are out for a walk or at one of Santee’s dog parks. Classes are broken down into two separate age groups and will meet on the first Wednesday and third Saturday of each month. Instructor: Lifetime Dog Training September

Instructor: Lifetime Dog Training Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Sa

5:30-6:30pm

Various*

$120/135

9/1-10/6

1107.217

NEW! Dog Training- Phase II Class

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

W

6:00-7:00pm

CH-8A

Sa

3:00-4:00pm

CH-8A

8-16 weeks Dates

Course Number

$10/13

9/5

1107.201

$10/13

9/15

(6 weeks) 10 weeks- adult

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

W

7:15-8:15pm

CH-8A

$10/13

9/5

1107.203

Sa

4:15-5:15pm

CH-8A

$10/13

9/15

1107.204

Phase II continues to be an extremely fun time with owners and dogs. Dog owners start working on behaviors that will help with public manners by beginning to teach things such as: heel, on your bed, sit for petting, down, stay, and come when called with both distance and distractions.

October

Instructor: Lifetime Dog Training

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Sa

5:30-6:30pm

Various*

$120/135

10/13-11/17

1107.218

(6 weeks) 10 weeks- adult

Phase III will introduce a minimum of two fieldtrips (outings) to places like a local park or an outdoor mall. This brings a whole new set of challenges and distractions that we help your pet work through and teach them to enjoy. One of the last two classes will be held at a local dog friendly restaurant for a meal with students and their dogs. Supervised separation, stand, under and public behaviors will be the focus of this class. Instructor: Lifetime Dog Training Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Sa

5:30-6:30pm

Various*

$120/135

11/24-12/29

1107.219

*All locations will be within Santee city limits *Instructor will contact all registrants with location information prior to 1st class

1107.202 4-6 months

NEW! Dog Training- Phase III Class

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NEW! All About the Puppies

8-16 weeks

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

W

6:00-7:00pm

CH-8A

$10/13

10/3

1107.205

Sa

3:00-4:00pm

CH-8A

$10/13

10/20

1107.206

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

W

7:15-8:15pm

CH-8A

Sa

4:15-5:15pm

CH-8A

4-6 months Dates

Course Number

$10/13

10/3

1107.207

$10/13

10/20

1107.208

November

8-16 weeks

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

W

6:00-7:00pm

CH-8A

$10/13

11/7

1107.209

Sa

3:00-4:00pm

CH-8A

$10/13

11/17

1107.210 4-6 months

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

W

7:15-8:15pm

CH-8A

$10/13

11/7

1107.211

Sa

4:15-5:15pm

CH-8A

$10/13

11/17

1107.212

December Day

Time

Location

R/NR

W

6:00-7:00pm

CH-8A

Sa

3:00-4:00pm

CH-8A

8-16 weeks Dates

Course Number

$10/13

12/5

1107.213

$10/13

12/15

1107.214

4-6 months

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

W

7:15-8:15pm

CH-8A

$10/13

12/5

1107.215

Sa

4:15-5:15pm

CH-8A

$10/13

12/15

1107.216


ADULT CLASSES Women’s Self Defense Clinic

13 years - adults (ages 12 and under w/ parent)

The goal of this clinic is to teach participants how to defend themselves using good self-defense techniques while helping to improve their awareness in uncertain environments. Every female should have the tools to feel safe, strong and confident. Wear comfortable exercise clothes and close-toed shoes. Children under 12 may attend with parent for $15. Instructor: Trad Am Karate Staff Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Date

Course Number

F

6:30-8:00pm

CH-8P

$18/24

11/9

1109.208

Karate & Defensive Tactics

Power Vinyasa Yoga

(8 weeks) 16 years - adults

This certified Vinyasa Flow Style program focuses on strength training, balance and flexibility. Challenging variations are provided to ensure all students continuously improve within their own abilities. Experience the many benefits a regular yoga workout can bring into your life. Bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable clothing. Instructor: Vanessa Hamilton, Trad Am Karate Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Sa

8:00-9:00am

KS

$70/85

9/29-11/17

1117.201

Adult Golf Clinic

(Two 4 week sessions) Adults

Beginners and intermediate players can come and learn to play golf in a fun and relaxed environment. Students will learn the proper techniques for putting, chipping, full swing, as well as the rules and etiquette of golf. This class is coed. Range balls and rental clubs included.

(10 weeks) Adults

Defend yourself and your family and respond to a physical assault encounter. This survival-based self-defense system combines tactics and strategies from karate, jujitsu, and aikido.

Instructor: Rex Cole, PGA Professional Day

Time

Location

Su

3:30-4:30pm

COGC

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

9/23-10/14

1115.201

10/21-11/11

1115.202

Session 1 $99/114 Session 2

Instructor: Trad Am Karate Staff

Su

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Tu

7:30-8:30pm

CH-8P

$98/113

9/25-11/27

1109.207

3:30-4:30pm

COGC

$99/114

Low Impact Fitness Dance

(10 weeks) Adults

Fun, energetic class that makes you feel amazing. Consists of Jazz dance warm ups, Zumba dance routines and yoga stretching and cool down. Class will meet two times a week on Mondays and Wednesdays. Instructor: Vivian Chaney

In addition to existing park amenities like playgrounds, sports fields and trails, Santee also offers park activities including Pickleball and Disc Golf. FREE!

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

M/W

7:30-8:30pm

CH-7

$80/95

9/10-11/26

1213.201

Pickleball

Disc Golf

All levels and beginners welcome. Volunteer attendants provide first time participants basic instruction, rules and loaner equipment. Big Rock Park tennis courts = 8 pickle ball courts Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays 8:00am - 12:00pm Sundays 12:00 - 4:00pm

Recreational 9-18 hole course with dual tees and multiple basket positions amongst trees and natural terrain. Bring your own discs/equipment. Mast Park - drop in play during open park hours dawn to dusk.

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PERFORMING ARTS Hip Hop Dance Most performing arts classes will perform at the end of the session.

Cheer, Dance & Tumble

(8 weeks) 2 - 9 years

Designed for boys and girls who want to learn fun hip-hop warm-ups, technique and full dance routines to today’s pop song favorites. Join in this high energy class that will teach you the latest hip hop moves and more.

(8 weeks) 2 - 9 years

Work on the fundamentals of cheerleading and pom-pom dance technique including arm motions, kicks and jumps, cheers, beginner level stunts/tumbling, sideline dances, stretches and a full routine. This class is great for making new friends and building self-confidence.

Instructor: Charlene’s Dance & Cheer 2 - 3 years Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Tu

4:00-4:30pm

CH-7

$74/89

9/25-11/13

1204.201

4 - 9 years Instructor: Charlene’s Dance & Cheer 2 - 3 years

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Tu

6:00-6:50pm

CH-7

$84/99

9/25-11/13

1204.202

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Tu

4:30-5:00pm

CH-7

$74/89

9/25-11/13

1210.201

Twinkle Toes Preschool Ballet (8 weeks) 2 - 4 years Props and imaginative instruction are used to introduce exercises, combinations and ballet technique/terminology. It is great for building confidence, coordination, flexibility and listening skills.

4 - 9 years Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Tu

5:00-5:50pm

CH-7

$84/99

9/25-11/13

1210.202

Pee Wee Tumbling

(8 weeks) 2 - 3 years

Help build strength, flexibility, endurance and coordination. Preschoolers will learn beginner and progressive tumbling skills while incorporating gymnastics equipment and props. Instructor: Charlene’s Dance & Cheer Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

F

4:30-5:00pm

CH-8P

$74/89

9/28-11/16

1209.201

Junior Tumbling & Gymnastics (8 weeks) 4 - 9 years Learn stretches, jumps and conditioning exercises and how to properly execute forward rolls, backward rolls, handstands, cartwheels, back bends, back walkovers and the beginning techniques for back handsprings.

Instructor: Charlene’s Dance & Cheer Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

F

4:00- 4:30pm

CH-8P

$74/89

9/28-11/16

1209.204

Beginning Ballet/Tap

Introduction to the fundamentals of tap/ballet technique in an imaginative atmosphere designed to make learning dance fun! Proper technique, terminology, and exercises will be explored and children will learn a special recital dance to be performed at the end of the session. Instructor: Charlene’s Dance & Cheer 2 - 3 years Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Th

4:30-5:00pm

CH-7

$74/89

9/27-11/15

1209.206

Instructor: Charlene’s Dance & Cheer

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(8 weeks) 2 - 9 years

4 - 9 years

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

F

5:00- 5:50pm

CH-8P

$84/99

9/28-11/16

1209.202

Th

5:00-5:50pm

CH-7

$84/99

9/27-11/15

1209.207


PERFORMING ARTS Junior Storybook Musical Theater and Dance: Toy Story (8 weeks) 5 - 12 years Casting all boys and girls! Explore fun drama exercises/ games, dance movement for musical theater and an introduction to singing. Learn songs, acting lines, and a dance routine from Toy Story in preparation for an end of session abridged play to be performed at a recital. Costumes to borrow are included. Instructor: Charlene’s Dance & Cheer Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Th

6:00- 6:50pm

CH-7

$84/99

9/27-11/15

1209.209

Beginning Jazz Performance (10 weeks) 8 - 17 years

Learn basic isolations and stylized steps, beginning skills such as leaps and turns which are incorporated into choreographed routines. Center work, across the floor and stretching exercises are taught to strengthen the dancer’s skills and technique. Instructor: Vivian Chaney Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

M

5:30-6:30pm

CH-7

$75/90

9/10-11/26

1208.202

Intermediate Jazz Performance (10 weeks) 10 - 17 years

Intermediate classes build on students’ basic skills, integrating complex combinations and dynamics. Performance art is developed through use of expression and movement quality, as well as focus on your dancer’s technique level for strength in their overall stage performance. Class meets twice a week, on Mondays and Wednesdays. Instructor: Vivian Chaney Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

M/W

6:30-7:30pm

CH-7

$105/120

9/10-11/28

1208.203

Lyrical Dance

(10 weeks) 7 - 17 years

A combination of Ballet, Jazz, Modern and Contemporary dance styles expressed through song lyrics. The dancer’s motion is used to interpret music and express emotion. It will include arm up, across the floor movement, center work and routine. Instructor: Vivian Chaney Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

W

5:30-6:30pm

CH-7

$75/90

9/12-11/28

1208.204

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Early Education, Enrichment & Music NEW! Tiny Tots Enrichment Program (8 weeks) 2-5 years Early childhood educational enrichment program designed to offer young children skills through a combination of play, structured learning/circle time, desktop activities, and arts/crafts in a fun, engaging atmosphere. Children will learn concepts including numbers, letters, beginning writing and math skills, social skills, and more. Children must be fully pottytrained and will participate independently. Great for parents who need a break, want a more affordable alternative to preschool, or want to enhance their child’s knowledge and social skills. Space is limited so sign up today. *Please pack a snack and drink each day. A $10.00 materials fee is due on the first day of the session and is paid directly to the instructor.

Time

T/TH 9:00am-12:00pm

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

CH-7

$288/$303

9/25-11/15

1602.101

Babysitter Training

11 - 15 years

Learn safety, emergency procedures, the stages of child development and the basics of pediatric first-aid. Participants receive a babysitter certificate, manual, first-aid kit and a two-year certification in infant and child CPR. Instructor: Lockhart Training

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Most music classes will perform in concert at the end of the session.

Drum

(10 weeks) 6 - 17 years

Focus is on rhythm, note reading, drum rudiments, technique, and basic drumming patterns. They will learn how to read rhythmic music notation as well as gain an understanding of different drumming techniques. No prior experience needed to join this class. Instructor: Staump Music School Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Tu

6:00-7:00pm

SMS

$200/215

9/11-11/13

1414.201

With practice pad, drumsticks & class

$235/250

1414.211

Drum Set Class

Instructor: Charlene’s Dance & Cheer Day

Staump Music School

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Date

Course Number

F

5:00-9:00pm

CH-7

$69/84

10/19

1407.204

(10 weeks) 6 - 17 years

In this class students will be taught: proper stick grip, posture, and setting up the drum set. A variety of sticking (hand & foot) patterns (basic rudimental patterns) & bass drum techniques and reading basics of drum set notation will be covered as well. Play along to various classic and contemporary rock songs. Instructor: Staump Music School Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

W

6:30-7:30pm

SMS

$200/215

9/12-11/14

1414.202

With practice pad, drumsticks & class

$235/250

1414.212


Beginning Piano

(10 weeks) 6 - 14 years

Ukulele

(10 weeks) 6 - 17 years

Note reading, scales, music theory, and piano technique will be taught. Students will learn how to play written sheet music and gain an understanding of musical concepts. Great for beginning piano students as well as students studying other instruments and will prepare them for the intermediate piano class.

Designed for students who have no previous experience playing an instrument or for someone who would like to try something new. A ukulele is easier to handle then a guitar and is a fun addition for any guitar player. There is an emphasis on technique, music reading, chord symbols, scales, and ensemble performance.

Instructor: Staump Music School

Instructor: Staump Music School

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

M

6:00-7:00pm

SMS

$200/215

9/10-11/12

1413.201

With keyboard & class W

6:00-7:00pm

SMS

With keyboard & class

$315/330 $200/215

1413.211 9/12-11/14

$315/330

1413.202 1413.212

Intermediate Piano

(10 weeks) 8 - 17 years

Recommended for students with previous experience or who have successfully passed the beginning piano class. Students will learn how to play chords, read music, use scales for improvisation, perform both a solo piece as well as an ensemble piece, and will be prepared for private lessons.

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

F

5:00-6:00pm

SMS

$200/215

9/14-11/16

1405.206

With Ukulele & case

$245/260

1405.207

Vocal Fundamentals

(10 weeks) 7 - 17 years

Focus is on proper vocal technique, performance, vocal warm ups, diaphragmatic breathing, sight singing, music reading, using the chest, middle, and head voices, and performing with a live band. Instructor: Staump Music School Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

M

5:00-6:00pm

Th

5:30-6:30pm

SMS

$200/215

9/10-11/12

1409.202

SMS

$200/215

9/13-11/15

1409.203

East County Youth Choir

Instructor: Staump Music School Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Th

6:30-7:30pm

SMS

$200/215

9/13-11/15

1413.205

Beginning Guitar

(10 weeks) 6 - 14 years

Designed for students with little or no experience and will prepare students for the intermediate guitar class. This class focuses on popular styles of guitar playing with an emphasis on technique, music reading, chord symbols, scales, and ensemble performance.

(10 weeks) 7 - 17 years

A free program (must pre-register) open to students of all skill levels. This program offers young people an opportunity to learn and experience performing and being part of an ensemble. Students are taught basic choral technique along with harmonizing and vocal skills. Instructors teach classical techniques and apply them to popular music. Instructor: Staump Music School Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Tu

6:00-7:00pm

SMS

Free

9/11-11/13

1409.201

Instructor: Staump Music School Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

M

5:00-6:00pm

SMS

$200/215

9/10-11/12

1405.201

With guitar & class Tu

5:00-6:00pm

$340/355

SMS

With guitar & class

$200/215

1405.202 9/11-11/13

$340/355

1405.203 1405.204

Intermediate Guitar

(10 weeks) 8 - 17 years

Recommended for students with previous experience or who have successfully passed the beginning guitar class. Students will learn how to play through chord charts, read music, use scales for improvisation, perform both a solo piece as well as an ensemble piece, and will be prepared for private lessons. Instructor: Staump Music School Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Th

5:30-6:30pm

SMS

$200/215

9/13-11/15

1405.205

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YOUTH SPORTS & FITNESS Intermediate Karate*

Family Karate

(10 weeks) Adults and child 6+

Improve your overall fitness and mental discipline as you and your child learn self-defense techniques that also improve self-confidence. Beginning through intermediate level. Fee includes one adult and one child. Each additional family member is $35. Instructor: Trad Am Karate Staff Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Tu

7:30-8:30pm

CH-8P

$125/140

9/25-11/27

1109.206

Karate Kids

(10 weeks) 5 - 6 years

Build self-confidence as you learn the fundamentals of American-style Karate. Instructors focus on situational self-defense along with basic hand, foot and body movements, respect and self-discipline. Instructor: Trad Am Karate Staff Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Tu

5:30-6:30pm

CH-8P

$98/113

9/25-11/27

1109.201

(10 weeks) 6 - 17 years

Continue your Karate training while learning more advanced techniques and methods. The instructors goals are for all students to gain confidence and selfesteem while having fun and getting a good workout. Instructor: Trad Am Karate Staff Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Tu

6:30-7:30pm

CH-8P

$98/113

9/25-11/27

1109.204

Sa

1:00-2:00pm

KS

$98/113

9/29-12/1

1109.205

*Instructor permission required for this level

Little Tots Golf

(Two 4 week sessions) 3 - 6 years

It is never too early to come and learn to play golf in a fun and relaxed environment. Participants will learn putting, chipping and full swing. Range balls and rental clubs are included. Instructor: Rex Cole, PGA Professional Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

9/17-10/8

1115.203

10/15-11/5

1115.204

Session 1

Beginning Karate

(8 weeks) 6 - 17 years

Learn Karate, “the art of self-defense�, in a safe, friendly, positive environment. The instructors goals are for all students to gain confidence and self-esteem while having fun and getting a good workout. Instructor: Trad Am Karate Staff Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Tu

5:30-6:30pm

CH-8P

$98/113

9/25-11/27

1109.202

Sa

1:00-2:00pm

KS

$98/113

9/29-12/1

1109.203

M

3:30-4:15pm

COGC

$59/74 Session 2

M

3:30-4:15pm

COGC

$59/74

Junior Golf Clinics

(Two 4 week sessions) 7 - 17 years

Beginners and intermediate players can come and learn to play golf in a fun and relaxed environment. Students will learn the proper techniques for putting, chipping, full swing, as well as the rules and etiquette of golf. This class is coed and range balls and rental clubs are included. Instructor: Rex Cole, PGA Professional Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

9/17-10/8

1115.205

10/15-11/5

1115.206

Session 1 M

4:30-5:30pm

COGC

$79/94 Session 2

M

13

4:30-5:30pm

COGC

$79/94


NEW! Medieval Sword

(4 weeks) 7-17 years

Have fun learning about a selection of noteworthy historical warriors: Viking adventurers, knights in armor, and daring archers and yeomen. Participants will discover historical facts about the warriors of the medieval world; get an up-close, hands-on look at authentic chain mail, swords, and armor; and, of course, take part in plenty of exciting, active battles and team games under the supervision of the coaching staff - all with an emphasis on the “warrior’s code” of honor and chivalry. Instructor: LionHeart Academy Staff Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Th

4:30-5:30pm

LHA

$60/75

10/4-10/25

1101.205

Fencing Tennis

(6, 9 or 12 weeks) 5 - 17 years

High energy tennis fun and fitness designed for all ages and abilities. Classes include lessons, drills, and games that will improve all ability levels and inspire hard work and a love of the game. Players will build their skills throughout the class and then play in a session ending tournament where players will be grouped by their skill level. The tournament is kept fun and light-hearted and is modified for each level of player. Instructor: Purple Tennis Nation Staff 5 - 10 year olds Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Sa

9:30-11:00am

SHS

$120/135

9/15-12/1

1108.201

11 - 17 year olds Sa

8:00-9:30am

SHS

$120/135

9/15-12/1

1108.202

Pick 9 5 - 10 year olds Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Sa

9:30-11:00am

SHS

$100/115

you pick

1108.203

8:00-9:30am

SHS

$100/115

Put on your mask, jacket, glove, pants, lame and grab a foil! The sport of fencing offers the thrilling experience of modern swordplay in a safe and supervised environment. Activities include fencing duels, drills and games designed to teach agility, strength and focus. All equipment is provided. Membership with USFencing for $10 is required and can be obtained at www. usfencing.org. Instructor: Stuart Lee & LionHeart Academy Staff Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Tu

4:00-5:30pm

LHA

$100/115

10/2-10/23

1109.201

Th

4:00-5:30pm

LHA

$100/115

10/4-10/25

1109.202

Introduction to Archery

(4 weeks) 10-17 years

Experience East County’s only indoor archery range at LionHeart Academy‘s facility in El Cajon. Archers will be shooting arrows at each class and improving their skills with a variety of challenging drills and games. Participants should wear a t-shirt, long pants and athletic footwear. Membership with US Archery is required by the 3rd class. The cost is $15/year and can be purchased at www.usarchery.org Instructor: LionHeart Academy Staff

11 - 17 year olds Sa

(4 weeks) 7-17 years

you pick

1108.204

*Pick any 9 Saturdays to attend from 9/15-12/1 Pick 6

Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

M

5:30-6:30pm

LHA

$100/115

10/1-10/22

1101.203

Sa

12:15-1:15pm

LHA

$100/115

10/6-10/27

1101.204

5 - 10 year olds Day

Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course Number

Sa

9:30-11:00am

SHS

$80/95

you pick

1108.205

you pick

1108.206

11 - 17 year olds Sa

8:00-9:30am

SHS

$80/95

*Pick any 6 Saturdays to attend from 9/15-12/1

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SANTEE SKATE PARK

Park

10250 Woodglen Vista Drive Recreation Coordinator (619) 258-4100 ext.210

SanteeSkatePark.com

Free! Annual Registration Santee Skate Park registration required for all park sessions, programs, lessons and rentals. Visit the website for registration forms, accepted at the Santee Skate Park, or at Santee City Hall Bldg. 6. Participants are required to wear a helmet, knee pads and elbow pads. Participants must bring skateboard, BMX bike and/or scooter. *Participants under age six must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

SESSIONS

BMX & Scooter Winter Combo Camp 5-13 years

Camps are geared towards riders of all levels. Students will learn tricks, maneuvers and how to use all aspects of the Skate Park including safety, etiquette and maintenance. Students will be divided by age and skill level. Skate Park membership required, membership is free. Bring: Scooter and/or BMX Bike, helmet, knee pads, elbow pads, water bottle and daily snack. Instructor: City of Santee Staff Time

Location

R/NR

Dates

Course

9:00am-11:00am

WGV

$54/68

12/31-1/3

1129.201

Sessions are divided into two categories: BMX session and SSR (Skate/Scooter/Rollerblade) session. Sessions alternate every hour. School Year Hours Begin August 22, 2017 Wed-Fri

2:00 pm – sunset

Sat/Sun

10:00 am – sunset

School year sessions begin with BMX. Closed Monday/Tuesday with the exception of school holidays. See holiday hours below. Holiday Hours Sept 3

11:00 a.m. – Sunset

Nov 12

11:00 a.m. – Sunset

Nov 19-23

Mon- Fri 11:00 a.m. – Sunset

Dec 24 – Jan 4, 2019

Mon- Fri 11:00 a.m. – Sunset

Monday 12/24 & 31

11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Thursday November 22 & Tuesday December 25

Closed

Holiday sessions begin with BMX

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SKATE PARK PARTIES AND LESSONS The Santee Skate Park is available for private parties/ lessons. Please contact 619-258-4100 x210 for additional information.


AQUATIC CENTER 10123 Riverwalk Drive at Town Center Community Park

at the Cameron Family YMCA

(619) 449-9622

In partnership with the City of Santee, the Cameron Family YMCA operates an aquatics center that’s open to the general public as well as YMCA members. The center features a 25 meter-by-25-yard swimming pool, an activity pool with play structure, a water slide and water exercise area and locker rooms. Group, private swim lessons and swim team are offered year round.

www.ymca.org/cameron

PRICES:

Daily Open/Lap Swim Pass  ECF YMCA Members - FREE Santee Resident Participants - $3.00 Non-Santee Resident Participants - $8.00 *ID required to show proof of Santee residency. Water Exercise Day Pass - $20.00

Located in Santee Town Center Community Park, this 15-acre sports complex includes three softball/baseball fields with 300-foot fences, synthetic turf outfields and stadium seating, two 180-by-80-foot soccer arenas, spectator seating, a four-station batting cage, and a restaurant. Leagues are offered for team and individual players of all skill levels. For a full description of leagues, fees and season starting dates, visit website or contact us:

Sportsplex USA 9951 Riverwalk Drive Santee www.sportsplexusa.com (619) 334-1000

Adult Softball Leagues Contact Jeff Eidson (619) 334-1000 ext. 401 jeff.eidson@ sportsplexusa.com

Adult Indoor Soccer Leagues Contact Anthony Paz (619) 334-1000 ext. 417 anthony.paz@ sportsplexusa.com

Youth Recreation & Mighty Mite Soccer Contact Joe Kooiker (619) 334-1000 ext. 318 joe.kooiker@ sportsplexusa.com

YOUTH SPORTS GROUPS ORGANIZATION

PHONE

WEBPAGE

American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO)

(619) 654-9389

www.ayso341.org

Boys and Girls Clubs of East County: Santee Clubhouse

(619) 938-2582

www.bgcec.org/Santee-clubhouse

Santana National Little League Baseball

(619) 562-4294

www.santananational.com

Santee Girls ASA Softball

(619) 322-0067

www.santeeasa.com

Santee Pioneer National Little League Baseball

(619) 669-8625

www.santeepioneerlittleleague.com

Santee Sports Council

(619) 249-3407

Santee Ravens Football & Cheer

(619) 438-0773

www.santeeravens.com

Santee Sportsplex Youth Indoor Soccer

(619) 334-1000

www.sportsplexusa.com

Santee Aviators Lacrosse

www.santeeyouthlacrosse.com

West Hills Little League Baseball

(619) 888-4674

www.westhillslittleleague.org

My NFL Flag Football

(619) 244-8607

www.mynflflag.com 16


Santee Seniors 55+

Get Involved • Stay Connected • Be Active First Wednesday For more information about programs and trips for active older adults please visit santeerec.com and scroll down to Older Adults or call (619) 258-4100 ext. 222

Senior Group Tuesdays/Wednesdays/Thursdays 9:00am Active older adults meet to get involved, stay connected and be active. Pre-registration is not required. Enjoy the company of others, make new friends and take advantage of the activities during the week. Monthly calendar available online at santeerec.com or at City Hall, Building 6.

Out and About A day-tripper’s delight, this program is for adventurous older adults who like to explore local and regional destinations within San Diego County. Transportation is not provided, participants are encouraged to carpool or utilize public transportation when available. Pre-registration is required. To pre-register you can sign up at Senior Group or call (619)258-4100 ext. 222. Monthly calendar available online at santeerec.com or at Senior Group. 17

First Wednesday of each month 9:00-11:00am Join Santee Senior Group for a different activity the first Wednesday of each month at the Santee Branch Library. Activities include cooking, author signings, guest speakers and book to film. Santee Library, 9225 Carlton Hills Blvd. Light breakfast included.

Volunteer Opportunities Looking for an opportunity to get involved and give back to the community? The City of Santee offers a variety of volunteer opportunities with youth programs, special events and parks. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact us. (619) 258-4100 ext. 222


Off Broadway Live presents…. Divine’s Diner Spend an evening with the women of Divine’s Diner, Lenna & LouAnne Divine and Virginia Bakewell, as their worlds are turned upside down with the unexpected visit from former teen idol, Danny Dunaway. Secrets are revealed, friendships tested, and love is in the air. Take a journey down the Interstate, with music from the 1950s to the 1990s, because, at Divine’s Diner . . .”There’s a little taste of heaven in every bite.”

Senior Trips

Date: Sunday, October 21, 2018 Time: 3:00 PM Fee: $24 Santee Resident, $29 Non-Resident Registration Deadline: September 12, 2018 Location: Off Broadway Live, 9490 Cuyamaca St. Santee Course number: 5201.101

Bus Trip to the Del Mar Racetrack

Gaslamp Quarter Trolley Trip and Tour Take the trolley Downtown to the San Diego Gaslamp Quarter for an afternoon of exploration and historical facts. Begin the day exploring the downtown area and having lunch at the restaurant of your choice, followed by a guided walking tour of the Gaslamp Quarter. The 90 minute tour starts at the William Heath Davis House and Museum built in 1850 and continues onto other architecturally significant structures of the period along with fascinating stories of the people and characters that shaped the destiny of San Diego. Trip will occur rain or shine and walking distance will be approximately 1.7 miles. Date: Thursday, October 11, 2018 Departure Time: 8:30 AM Return Time: approx. 3:00 PM Fee: $18 Santee Residents, $24 Non-Residents Departure and Return Location: Santee Trolley Station Registration Deadline: Wednesday, October 3, 2018 Includes: Guided Tour Bring: Money for trolley ticket* lunch/shopping, and comfortable walking shoes *Participants will purchase a trolley one way tickets (1.25 each) to and from Downtown. Please bring cash or debit/ credit card to purchase at ticket vending machine at the Transit Center, or your Compass Card. Course number: 5201.202

It is post time at the Del Mar Race track for the Bing Crosby Fall Meet and Santee Seniors 55+ are answering the call! When Del Mar opened in 1937, Bing Crosby was at the gate to personally greet the fans and was a fixture at the track for many years. He was also a founding member of the Del Mar Turf Club. We will be taking a chartered bus to the track to enjoy an afternoon of racing, food and fun. Seating will be at the clubhouse tables where you can order food and beverages of your choice (not included in the price of admission). Date: Thursday, November 15, 2018 Departure Time: 10:00 AM Return Time: approximately 5:00 PM Fee: $20 Santee Resident, $27 Non-Resident Departure and Return Location: Santee City Hall, Bldg. 8 Parking Lot 10601 Magnolia Ave., Santee, CA 92071 Includes: Admission included in cost; transportation sponsored by SPARC Bring: Money for lunch/refreshments Registration Deadline: Deadline: October 31, 2018 Course number: 5201.203 Bus seats will be selected by order of enrollment. If you require seating accommodations please indicate when registering. There will be a good amount of walking so plan accordingly.

Financial aid is available for Santee residents to participate in recreation programs and trips. Submit your VIP application to find out if you are eligible for a $45 credit. Participants may apply for financial assistance once every quarter. Credit may be applied to any senior activity requiring a fee to participate. 18


FACILITIES

Affordable facilities for all occasions Santee Civic Center offers reasonably priced rooms that can accommodate a variety of functions, including banquets, weddings, meetings, parties or other special events. Our three rooms can accommodate groups from 20 to 200 participants. We offer rectangular or round tables with chairs to accommodate your group and have additional rental equipment including dance floor, decorations and other amenities. For an additional fee, staff services are available to assist with equipment set up, breakdown and cleanup at your event. The Civic Center is climate controlled and features ramps and railings for inclusive access. Ample parking is available.

Building

7

8A

8P

Square Feet

2,611

1,634

2,990

Maximum Occupancy

200

Maximum tables

130

70

200

meeting

130

dining

15

9

17

round

17

9

17

rectangle

A Facility Rental Application is required and can be obtained by contacting the Community Services Department at (619) 258-4100 ext. 222. Fees, rules, regulations and specifications regarding required liability insurance and security deposit will be discussed at time of application. When alcohol is served additional insurance is required. 19


OUTDOOR ADVENTURES The Friends of Santee’s River Park The Friends of Santee’s River Park is a community group united in their goal of preserving and enhancing the San Diego River and surrounding park areas within the City of Santee. The Friends of Santee’s River Park work in partnership with the City of Santee and residents to take ownership in their stretch of the San Diego River in an effort to maintain the fragile ecosystem and the greenbelt and beautiful parks that surround it. Contact us at santee@sandiegoriver.org

Walker Preserve Trail 9500 Magnolia Avenue Come visit Santee’s 107-acre Walker Preserve along the San Diego River. Chances are you’ll see a variety of birds and other wildlife along this unpaved, 14-foot-wide trail. The mostly flat path, which extends for 1.13 miles from Magnolia Avenue to the city boundary with Lakeside, has a shade structure, drinking fountain, mister, bike repair.

Mission Trails Regional Park (619) 668-3281 www.mtrp.org Take advantage of more than 40 miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails at this 6,100-acre reserve, one of the nation’s largest urban open-space parks. Free outdoor programs include guided nature walks, stargazing and bird watching. MTRP is always recruiting volunteers. Personalized on-the-job training is provided. For more information, contact Visitor Center Director David Lee at (619) 668-3278, dlee@mtrp.org.

Sycamore Canyon Open Space Preserve/Goodan Ranch

Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve (619) 596-3141 www.santeelakes.com Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve hosts over 660,000 visitors a year. This 190 acre Park with seven beautiful lakes provides several amenities including: camping, cabin rentals, fishing, boating, special events, picnicking, seven playgrounds including a Sprayground, 5 miles of walking trails, and approximately 230 bird species. The lakes are stocked with sport fish year-round and no state fishing license is needed, only a permit from the General Store. Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve is owned and operated by Padre Dam Municipal Water District. For more information please visit santeelakes.com.

(858) 513-4737 www.sdparks.org Hike and bike along miles of trails within 2,200 acres of hills nestled between the cities of Santee and Poway. Stop by the visitor center and ranger office in the canyon, a one-mile walk from the staging area. Free programs offered yearround. Accommodations made for those with disabilities. Directions: Goodan staging area - Poway Road, east on Garden Road, south on Sycamore Canyon Road. Hwy. 67 staging area - Southbound Hwy. 67, half mile south of Scripps Poway Pkwy.

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RECREATION SERVICES

Payment is required at the time of registration. You may pay by any of the following methods:

Office Hours

1. Credit 2. Check 3. Cash

Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Phone: (619) 258-4100 ext. 222 Fax: (619) 258-4189 E-mail: santee@cityofsanteeca.gov Website: www.cityofsanteeca.gov Proof of Residency A resident (R) is a person who lives within the city limits of Santee. Residency is based on the address of the class participant, not on the address of the payee. Proof of residency is required. Acceptable documents are: address imprinted on personal check, current property tax bill, utility bill, or driver’s license. (First time registrants only) Nonresidents (NR) are welcome to sign up for our programs. An additional fee applies.

Proof of Age (Minor registrants - first time only) Proof of age must be provided the first time you register with us. Participants must meet the minimum age requirement by the first day of activity and must not exceed the advertised maximum age. Proof of birth date is required. Acceptable documents are: birth certificate, immunization card, health card, or passport. The City of Santee is proud to be affiliated with KIT. Please contact Community Services at (619) 258-4100 ext. 258 three (3) weeks prior to start date of program if your child requires accommodations due to a medical condition or disability.

Financial Assistance (Voucher Incentive Program VIP) The financial assistance resident program provides financial assistance, to children, teens, and seniors to participate in city recreation programs. Funding is provided through funds raised by the Santee Park and Recreation Committee (SPARC) and recreation activity donations. To be eligible, applicants must live in Santee and have a total household income that meets U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development guidelines. Applications can be obtained at Santee City Hall, 10601 Magnolia Avenue, Building 6. For more information call (619) 258-4100 ext. 222.

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed If you are unsatisfied with your experience you may apply for a transfer, credit or refund by submitting a written request within the same session. If an activity is cancelled due to a lack of enrollment, you can register for an alternative activity, if available or request a refund. A fee may apply. Non-resident and on-line service fees are not refundable. The Recreation Services Division reserves the right to cancel or combine activities, or change instructors as needed.

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3 WAYS TO PAY

MasterCard and Visa

Payable to “City of Santee”

Walk-in only, do not mail cash

Register Now!

Complete the registration form on the next page and submit it along with the required residency verification. If applicable, submit your age verification, and/or Voucher Incentive Program letter in one of the following ways:

5 Ways to Register Payment is required at the time of registration.

1 Online: Use convenient online registration for activities. Go to santeerec.com and click on the Register Online button. (Note: a convenience fee applies, VIP and family discount not available online.) Customers may need to establish a new log on by calling (619) 258-4100 ext. 222.

2 Mail to: Recreation Programs

City of Santee 10601 Magnolia Avenue, Bldg. 6 Santee, CA 92071

3 Fax: You may fax your registration (credit cards only) to (619) 258-4189.

4 Drop Off: Hand deliver completed

registration in a sealed envelope to our 24hour drop box at 10601 Magnolia Avenue, Bldg. 6. (No cash)

5 Walk-In: You may register at our offices during regular business hours. Late registration is accepted, in most cases, through the first week of classes.


Santee Recreation Registration & Teen Center Membership Form

ONE FORM PER FAMILY FORM MAY BE COPIED

Primary Adult Contact First Name

Where did you find information about this program?

Last Name

oResident oNon-resident

Address City

State

Zip

Home Phone

Other Phone

Email

Authorized Pick Up/Emergency Contact (different from above)

Phone Number

Participant #1 DOB: _____________

Address same as above.

Relationship

Participant #2

Name: __________________________________ Gender: M F o

c City Web Site c Santee School District/PeachJar c Facebook c Email c Other

Name: __________________________________ Gender: M F o

DOB: _____________

Address same as above.

Medical concerns and information:

Medical concerns and information:

oSpecial accommodations needed to participate in the activity.

oMedication needed/taken during program hours.

oSpecial accommodations needed to participate in the activity.

oMedication needed/taken during program hours.

oAllergies, behavior/attention issues,

(Youth; if box checked, Administration of Medication form required.) Youth Only oParticipant may sign themselves in/ out of activity. oCustody concerns.

oAllergies, behavior/attention issues,

(Youth; if box checked, Administration of Medication form required.) Youth Only oParticipant may sign themselves in/ out of activity. oCustody concerns.

injuries or illness. __________________________________ Details

oCurrently taking medication. __________________________________ Name/Dosage/Purpose

injuries or illness. __________________________________ Details

oCurrently taking medication. __________________________________ Name/Dosage/Purpose

Complete below for Santee Teen Center Membership I agree to allow my child to: (Please circle Y or N) Y N View PG-13 movies with the Teen Center. Y N Participate in supervised walking local outings within the City of Santee. Code of Conduct applies to all members School:__________________

Program Registration Participant’s First & Last Name

Class/Activity/Camp

Day

Time

Location

Start Date

Course #

Fee

Method of Payment Credit Card

c Visa

c MasterCard

FAX (619) 258-4189

PRINT EXACT NAME ON CARD Card#

Expiration Date Signature

V-code

Check Payable to the City of Santee ($5 returned check fee)

c

Mail to: Recreation Programs, City of Santee 10601 Magnolia Ave., Bldg. 6 Santee, CA 92071

Cash Walk-In ONLY

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Subtotal Program Registration Fee VIP

PLEASE, No Cash in Drop Box

Recreation Activity Fund Donation+ TOTAL

The City’s Liability Waiver must be signed by all participants over the age of 18, or if minor, by a parent/guardian.

Release from Liability, Indemnification, and Photographic Release. (Please read before signing.) I, the undersigned, do hereby agree to participate and/or allow the participant(s) listed above to participate in the recreation program(s) indicated. I understand that recreation programs, by their very nature, can present circumstances that place the participant at some risk of injury. Among factors affecting potential for injury are the inherent risks of the activity and the participant’s aptitude and intensity of involvement. I understand and agree that I am and/or the above-named participant(s) is/are entered into this program at my/their own risk. In consideration of the acceptance of this registration form for the activities listed, the participant(s) named on this form or his/her legal guardian, agrees as follows: I understand the nature and content of the activity(ies) listed and am aware of the potential dangers incidental to engaging in the program(s). I agree to release, indemnify, defend and hold the City of Santee, its officers, employees, agents, volunteers and independent contractors harmless and free from any and all liability of any nature resulting directly or indirectly from participation in the(se) program(s), including but not limited to liability for any and all demands, damages, claims, suits, liens and judgments, including costs and attorneys’ fees, of whatever nature, or for injury or death of any person, damage to property, or interference with the use of property, arising from or in connection with participation in the program(s). In the unlikely event of a serious injury, emergency medical providers will be directed to properly treat participant(s) and if needed, they will transport participant(s) to the hospital. Your signature below satisfies the following requirements: It authorizes staff to seek necessary medical attention for participant(s) in an emergency. It confirms the information on this form is correct to the best of your knowledge. I permit the Community Services Department to use and publish photographs and/or videotapes of me and/or my children for purposes of presenting recreation activities to the community and to promote the recreation program to prospective clients and/or participants. I also give permission to release such photographs and/or videotapes to the news media in support of the program. I have carefully read this Indemnity, Release, Waiver and Assumption of Risk Agreement and fully understand its contents and understand that it shall be binding upon me, my heirs, successors and assigns. I am aware that this is a full release of liability and sign it of my own free will. THE CITY OF SANTEE DOES NOT HAVE OR PROVIDE MEDICAL OR ACCIDENTAL INSURANCE FOR PERSONS INVOLVED IN PROGRAMS SPONSORED BY THE CITY OF SANTEE’S DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SERVICES. Signature(s):

Date: camp registration form 3/2015

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Fall 2018 Activity Guide  
Fall 2018 Activity Guide