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Shorewood

Recreation and Community Services

Summer ‘18 Activity Guide Recreational and Educational classes for Children, Teens, Adults, Seniors, and Families

Shorewood Community Fitness Center providing quality exercise programs for 20 years.

1701 E Capitol Drive Shorewood, WI 53211 414.963.6913 x 4 www.shorewoodschools.org


20th Anniversary Celebration Bash The Shorewood Community Fitness Center (FC) was developed in the former Industrial Arts Building on the Shorewood High School Campus. The FC, which opened February 20, 1998, was developed as a public-private partnership with the Shorewood School District Recreation & Community Services Department and the Shorewood community. The FC was developed by school staff, parents and citizens. Funds for construction and development were raised privately and the FC is operated for the benefit of the entire community and the School District. The FC is an example of a determined community finding a way to deliver a much needed school and community center for health and wellness through an intergenerational approach. Literally, several hundred people participated in the development of the Shorewood Community Fitness Center. The plaque just inside the door of the FC welcomes people and proclaims the dream that began over twenty years ago, “This Center is a gift to the community to promote the vitality, health and well-being of youth, student-athletes and adults.” Since opening the doors, the FC is more than living up to the dream, thanks to the cooperation, the creativity and the determination of the Shorewood Community. To celebrate twenty years of operation and thank the Community, we are inviting you to The Atrium, 2107 E Capitol Drive in Shorewood, on Tuesday, April 17 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm for refreshments, gifts and great conversation! A brief presentation will begin at 6:30 pm. All are welcome. Come help us celebrate!

CO-OP PROGRAM AND COMMUNITY CONTACT INFORMATION Facility Usage after 5 pm and weekends

Please use these doors to enter and exit the buildings on the weekends or after 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. ATWATER SCHOOL Main Front Door Early Education Building - Both doors LAKE BLUFF SCHOOL Back Door Early Education Building - Both doors SHOREWOOD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL (SIS) Main Front Door SHOREWOOD HIGH SCHOOL (SHS) Administration Building - Southeast entrance by administrative parking Science Building - VHE Pool entrance and middle entrance Performing Arts Building - Southwest door, across from Administration Building Arena, Bowling Lanes, and Youth Center - Arena Building Front Door Fitness Center - Main door

If you have any specific questions concerning co-op programs, please contact the appropriate Recreation Department. For your convenience, contact information and addresses are listed below. Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Dept. (262) 238-7535 www.mtsd.k12.wi.us 11040 N Range Line Rd Mequon, WI 53092 Nicolet Recreation Department (414) 351-7566 www.nicolet.k12.wi.us 6701 North Jean Nicolet Road Glendale, WI 53217 Whitefish Bay Recreation Department (414) 963-3947 www.wfbschools.com 5205 N Lydell Avenue Whitefish Bay, WI 53217

Community Contacts

If You Have Any Questions About These Groups, Please Contact Them At These Numbers Or Email Addresses Inter Northshore FC www.internorthshorefc.com

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Co-op program contact Information

Milwaukee Table Tennis Club www.milwaukeettc.org

Milestones Program for Children (414) 964 - 5545 x 234 www.milestonesprograms.org

Senior Resource Center (414) 847 - 2727 www.villageofshorewood.org

Shorewood Foundation (414) 847 - 2702 www.shorewoodfoundation.org

Shorewood Girls Softball Liz Escobar - (414) 963 -1520 burnbar@sbcglobal.net

Shorewood High Drama Dept. Box Office - (414) 963 - 6940 www.shorewooddrama.org

Shorewood Historical Society Karen deHartog (414) 847-2726 www.shorewoodhistory.org

Shorewood Little League Rick Frieseke - (414) 731 - 9875 www.shorewoodlittleleague.com


Programs

Table of Contents

Page Number

Be Our Guest Senior Pass .............................................................................7 Bright Beginnings Preschool Program............................................................17 Community Events......................................................................................... 49 Community Gardens..........................................................................................7 FIRST® LEGO® Leagues, Coaches Needed................................................50 General Information.............................................................................11, 47 - 48 Movie Under The Stars.....................................................................................51 Program Descriptions...............................................................................38 - 46 Program Registration Form..............................................................................16 Shorewood Summer Sounds Concerts............................................................51 Volunteer & Sponsor Information and Thank You Volunteers..........................37

Adult and Senior Programs Adult Softball League.......................................................................................7 Programs starting in April & May.......................................................................6 Programs starting in June..............................................................................7 - 8 Programs starting in July................................................................................8 - 9 Programs starting in August............................................................................10

Aquatics Community Swim Schedule............................................................................36 Swim Lessons (Infants through Adults)......................................................33 - 35 Water Aerobics................................................................................................35 Water Safety Instructor.....................................................................................18

Shorewood Community Fitness Center

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Youth Programs All Day Adventure Camp..............................................................................14 T-ball & Coach Pitch Baseball..........................................................................11 Home Base Morning Supervision................................................................12, 15 Kids Club................................................................................................12, 13, 15 6th Grade Activity Night...................................................................................10 Students with Special Needs.....................................................................11, 48 Teen Fitness Orientation..................................................................................10 Programs June - August .............................................................................18 - 32

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Registration Information Online Registration Begins *Resident - Tuesday, April 10 at 6:00 am *Non-Resident - Thursday, April 19 at 6:00 am *Online registration for Home Base Morning Supervision and Kids Club Afternoon Playgrounds and April adult classes starts immediately. No need to wait for registration dates. We will experience a high volume of transactions on the first day of summer registration. We appreciate your patience as our registration process may be slower on April 10th.

ONLINE - To improve efficiency, Shorewood Recreation is encouraging participants to register online. Visit www.shorewoodschools.org and go to the Recreation tab for the easiest way to sign up. Click on the registration link to begin. If you have never registered online, you may call our office to set up an account and password. If you need assistance, we will be happy to walk you through the online registration process. You can register online any day of the week or time, and it’s processed instantly. MAIL, WALK-IN, TELEPHONE OR DROP BOX - Registration begins for both Residents and Non-Residents on Thursday, April 19, 2018. The Shorewood Recreation Department accepts mail, walk-in, phone registrations, and drop box (located on the outside doors leading to the Recreation Department office in the Administration Building at the High School). We welcome cash, check, Visa, Master Card and Discover debit/credit cards. RESIDENT STATUS - includes individuals living in Shorewood, Shorewood School District and Village employees, all students enrolled in Shorewood Public Schools and their families, and non-resident taxpayers of Shorewood. EMAIL - The Shorewood Recreation Department uses email as a primary

means of communication. This will be how we contact you on program waiting lists, cancellations, confirmations, notifications and updates. Please make sure we have your current email address on file.

How to Pay Less For Your Programs

All program registrations must occur prior to classes starting, or by the sign-up deadline. The price of each class will increase by $10 if you register the day of or after the class has started.


Shorewood Recreation & Community Services Department Dr. Bryan Davis – Superintendent bdavis@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Nora Rangel Kubacki – Secretary nkubacki@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Deb Stolz – Director dstolz@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Barb Xistris – Secretary bxistris@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Justin Calvert – Recreation Supervisor jcalvert@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Sharon Maier – Bright Beginnings Teacher smaier@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Megan Welch – Recreation Supervisor mwelch@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Katherine Gerrits – Bright Beginnings Teacher kgerrits@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Jake Wilson – Fitness Center Manager Shorewood High School jwilson@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Plus the 100+ seasonal employees who work very hard to provide you the ampus apselection and quality of programs offered year around!

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Location

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East Capitol Drive

Coaches Conference Room 204 Mezz. Level

Admin. Room 216 & 220

SHS Diamond Arena

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SHS Pool

SHS Staff Lounge

1st Floor: Studio Theatre Rm 179

(2nd Floor)

Rec. Dept.

North Gym

SHS West and East Mac Lab (2nd Floor)

Physical Education Building

P.E. Building Room 209 & 210 (2nd Floor)

Administration Building

Lower Level : Band Rm 78

Scene Shop Rm 79

Rec. Dept. Drop Box

Parking Lot

Entrance after 5:00 pm

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Bowling Lanes

Entrance to SHS Parking Lot

Upper Gym (2nd Floor) Bowling Lanes & Youth Center (Lower Level)

Shorewood Community Fitness Center

Fitness Center Parking Lot

Shorewood High School Administrative Building, 1st floor 1701 E. Capitol Drive Shorewood, WI 53211

Telephone Numbers

Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Telephone: (414) 963-6913 x 4 Fax: (414) 961-3175 VHE Pool Information: (414) 963-6913 x 1 Program Information / Weather Cancellation Line: (414) 963-6913 x 3 Shorewood Community Fitness Center (414) 961-3100

2nd Floor: Choir Rm 273 SHS Orchestra Rm 278 Dance Studio Rm 276

SHS Front Lawn Library SHS Conference (2nd Floor) Room 116 (1st Floor)

VHE Pool

VHE Pool Upper Lobby

Performing Arts Building

Science Building

North Oakland Avenue

SHS Science Room 240 SHS Science Room 140 SHS Science Room 233 SHS Science Room 134 SHS Science Room 237 SHS Science Room 136 Graphic Arts Lab Room 133 SHS Science Room 130

Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm Closed: Monday, May 28 Wednesday, July 4

Shorewood High School Campus Science Field

Department Office Hours

Mission Statement

The mission of the Shorewood Recreation and Community Service Department is to provide community services and life-long learning opportunities through recreation, education, and fitness programs to enhance the quality of life for residents of the Shorewood community.

School Locations & Telephone Numbers Atwater School 2100 E. Capitol Drive (414) 963-6962

Intermediate School 3830 N. Morris Blvd (414) 963-6951

Lake Bluff School 1600 E. Lake Bluff Blvd (414) 963-6972

Shorewood High School 1701 E. Capitol Drive (414) 963-6921


SHOREWOOD COMMUNITY FITNESS CENTER ~Membership Is Open To The Public~

“To promote the vitality, health and well-being of youth, student-athletes, and adults.” The Shorewood Community Fitness Center offers members a complete line of strength machines, cardiovascular machines, and free weights. Our professional and caring staff ensures all members receive a complete and individualized fitness orientation. Membership eligibility begins at Grade 7. Located on the campus of Shorewood High School 1701 E. Capitol Drive, Shorewood, WI 53211 Telephone: (414) 961-3100 Fax: (414) 961-3175 Website: www.shorewoodfitness.com Fitness Center Manager: Jake Wilson, JWilson@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Hours of Operation Days

Time

Monday - Thursday

5:00 am - 9:00 pm

Friday

5:00 am - 8:00 pm

Saturday & Sunday

6:00 am - 6:00 pm

Stop In And See What We Have To Offer • Cardio Machines • Rowing Machine • Spin Bike • Benches • Olympic Platform

• Free Weights • Squat Racks • Personal Trainers • Bumper Weights • Weight Machines

• Group Exercise Classes • TRX Suspension Trainers • Functional Training Areas and more...

Fitness Center 20th Anniversary Celebration! The Shorewood Community Fitness Center will be celebrating 20 years of operation this Spring. The Fitness Center will be updating the environment and purchasing new selectorized equipment. We’re hosting a free community gathering to celebrate the Fitness Center’s success at The Atrium on Tuesday, April 17th from 6 pm to 8 pm. Feel free to come anytime and bring your family and friends. A brief presentation will be at 6:30 pm followed by a social. We’ll provide appetizers and a cash bar will be available. This community event will honor the past, celebrate the present, and look forward to the future.

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Summer Special

During June, July or August you can purchase a one month adult single membershop for only $25. There is no sign up fee or contracts. This special cannot be added to an existing membership.

Personal Training Special - June Only 10% off all packages! Fill out the interest form on our website, www.shorewoodfitness.com, on the personal training page or in person at the Fitness Center. After reviewing your interest form a personal trainer will contact you to discuss the opportunity. The SCFC has nationally certified personal trainers who will use their knowledge and experience to help you achieve your fitness goals.

Outdoor Exercise Area SHS Integrated Health Department and Shorewood Community Fitness Center collaborated to develop an outdoor exercise area adjacent to the High School Athletic Complex. This exercise area will provide a new opportunity for our students and community to assist in their goals of becoming well. We can accommodate about 35 people at one time with a variety of strength training equipment focusing on the entire body. This exercise area is available for the community to use!

Teen Fitness Camp Grade 7 - 9

We will be hosting a camp to instruct teens the safe and proper techniques to working out. During this camp we will challenge the participants with plyometrics, circuits, agility work, and cardio. It will consist of different types of workouts to introduce them to several types of exercises. Afterwards they will have a base knowledge of what to do when they are working out. Participants that attend at least 75% of the sessions will be given a free Fitness Center membership for the 2018 - 2019 school year. Class information can be found on pages 18 & 32.

90+ Club

Any Shorewood resident 90 years or older can get an annual membership for FREE! See page 48 for additional information.


ADULT ENRICHMENT AND EXERCISE PROGRAMS BEGINNING IN APRIL Time

Mon Tue Wed Thu P

6:00 - 6:45 am

Fri

Sat

Sun

Class

No class 5/28

Full Body Overhaul

P

P

8:00 - 8:55 am P 9:00 - 9:55 am

P

P P

P

6:15 - 7:15 pm

P

6:30 - 7:25 pm

P

7:30 - 8:25 pm

4/10 - 6/26

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Pilates

4/14 - 6/23

P

Fee R / N-R

Course #

Joanne Dixon

$78 / $117

4101.1

Hamssah Badrah

$82 / $123

4101.2

Brandon Roberts

$38 / $57

4101.3

$92 / $138

4121.1

$40 / $60

4151.2

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

4/9 - 6/25

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$88 / $132

4151.1

4/14 - 6/23 No class 5/26

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$40 / $60

4121.2

Water Safety Instructor Class

4/8 - 5/20 & 5/19

Nicolet High School Pool & Conference Room A106

Cindy Schlidt

$225 / $255

4370.1

Total Body Conditioning

4/9 - 5/23

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$56 / $84

4180.1

Fit Power Mix

4/10 - 6/26

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Linda Sunde

$92 / $138

4135.1

Nicolet High School Cafeteria

$35 / $40

4551.1

Jacqui Lefebvre $35 / $40

4551.2

Ballroom Dance, Beginner Dance partner is required

Ballroom Dance, Advanced

P

Instructor

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Senior Strength

P

4:00 - 8:00 pm 5:00 - 6:00 pm

Senior Strength

Pilates

P

9:00 - 10:00 am

4/10 - 6/26 4/13 - 6/22

P P

Location

4/9 - 6/25

P P

Dates

No class 5/26 No class 5/28

4/10 - 6/12

No class on 4/24

Dance partner is required

ADULT ENRICHMENT AND EXERCISE PROGRAMS BEGINNING IN MAY Time 5:30 - 6:15 am

P

9:00 - 10:00 am 11:00 am - 12:15 pm

P

5:00 - 6:00 pm

P

7:00 - 8:00 pm

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Dates

Location

Instructor

Fee R / N-R

Course #

P

Aqua Boot Camp

5/8 - 6/28

VHE Pool

Renee Scherck-Meyer

$64 / $96

4170.1

P

Vinyassa Flow

5/10 - 6/21

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

Mary Beth Keane

$28 / $42

4156.1

Ageless Yoga and Meditation

5/9 - 6/20

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

TBD

$28 / $42

4157.1

Arthritis Exercise Program

5/1 - 5/31

SHS Library

Jan Mahlberg

$36 / $54

3190.3

Hatha Yoga

5/8 - 6/19

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

Richard Tarney

$28 / $42

4155.1

POUND® Fitness

No class 5/28

5/14 - 7/2

SIS Gym

Michelle Streng

$38 / $57

4146.1

Zumba

5/15 - 6/26

SIS Gym

Michelle Streng

$38 / $57

4147.1

P

4:30 - 5:15 pm

6:30 - 7:30 pm

Class

Mon Tue Wed Thu

P P

P

Fri

Sat

Sun


Be our Guest - Senior Citizen Pass

Shorewood Residents, 60+ The Shorewood School District would like to make available a Senior Citizen Pass to those individuals living in Shorewood who have reached the age of 60 years. The purpose of the pass is to say “Thank You” to our Senior Citizens who have given such fine support to our schools. This pass entitles the holder and companion to be admitted, without charge to the following School District activities: All Athletic Events, (Except WIAA Tournament Games), Junior Drama Productions, Band and Orchestra Performances, Dramatic Productions (Except Spring Musical and AFS Showcase). Get your pass at the Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department today!

Shorewood Community Gardens - 2018

The Shorewood School District is providing the opportunity to rent a community garden plot at Shorewood High School, Atwater Elementary School or Lake Bluff Elementary School for the 2018 growing season. Availability is mid-April through mid-November, 2018. Plots are 4’ x 10’ raised beds. Gardeners are responsible for bringing their own tools, plants, seeds and soil amendments. Water will be available on site. No chemical pesticides or fertilizers are to be used in the gardens. Only one plot per household is allowed. Fee: $75 - Residents Only Location Course #: SHS Gardens 3201.1 Lake Bluff Gardens 3201.2 Atwater Gardens 3201.3

Adult Softball Leagues

Our adult softball leagues will tentatively begin in the week of April 23rd. Packets with league information will be available beginning February 2, 2018. All games will be played at the SHS Diamond. Men’s leagues will be wood bat only leagues. A minimum of four teams for each division is required. To request a packet, please call the Recreation Department at (414) 9636913 x 4, or visit our website: www.shorewoodschools.org. Men’s (30 and over) - Tuesday evening and Men’s (19 and over) - Thursday evening. Registration deadline is March 30th.

ADULT ENRICHMENT AND EXERCISE PROGRAMS BEGINNING IN JUNE Time

Mon

6:30 - 7:15 am

Tue Wed Thu P

Fri

Sat

Sun

P

Class

Dates

Location

Instructor

Fee R / N-R

Course #

Conditioning Boot Camp

No class 7/3 & 7/5

6/12 - 8/9

SHS Outdoor Fitness Area

Renee Scherck-Meyer

$56 / $84

4175.1

$115 / $165

4244.1

7:00 am - 5:00 pm

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On The Rock Climbing Day

6/23

Meet at Estabrook Park Beer Garden Parking Lot

Riverwest Outdoor Educational Staff

9:00 - 11:00 am

P

Pickleball - Coed Open

6/16 - 7/28

SHS Arena

Recreation Staff

Canoeing Southeastern Wisconsin Lakes & Rivers

6/24

Meet at Estabrook Park Beer Garden Parking Lot

Riverwest Outdoor Educational Staff

Tree Climbing

6/14

Lake Bluff Front Lawn

Treetop Explorers Staff

Arthritis Exercise Program

6/5 - 6/28

SHS Library

SailVenture

6/25 & 6/26

Milw Community Sailing 1450 N Lincoln Memorial Dr Milwaukee, WI 53202

9:30 am - 3:30 pm

P

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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$80 / $120

4254.1

$35 / $53

4210.1

$35 / $53

4210.2

Jan Mahlberg

$28 / $42

4190.1

Milwaukee Community Sailing Staff

$125 / $175

4255.1

P

4:30 - 5:15 pm 5:30 - 8:30 pm

N/A

P

1:00 - 3:00 pm P P

P

P

$24

Punch Card See Page 42

Not sure if an exercise class is for you? Try the class free for one day. Call the Recreation Dept at (414) 963-6913 x 4 for more information.


ADULT ENRICHMENT AND EXERCISE PROGRAMS BEGINNING IN JUNE Time

Mon Tue Wed Thu

Fri

Sat

Sun

Class

Dates

Location

Instructor

Fee R / N-R

Course #

6/13 - 8/1

SIS Tennis Courts

Jim Mileham

$28 / $42

4454.1

6:00 - 6:55 pm

P

Parent / Child Tennis

6:00 - 8:00 pm

P

Korean Style Tacos and Kimchi Quesadillas

6/20

Nicolet High School Room B133

Saehee Chang

$30 / $40

4706.1

P

Estate and Financial Planning for Peace of Mind

6/4

Nicolet High School Room B113

Jess Hendrickson Daniel McDermott

$10 / $20

4703.1

P

Sunset Paddle Trip Canoeing

6/18

4252.1

6/20

Riverwest Outdoor Educational Staff

$36 / $54

Sunset Paddle Trip Kayaking

River Revitalization 2134 N Riverboat Rd, Milw

$36 / $54

4253.1

Introduction to Woodworking

6/12 - 6/28

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Scene Shop, Room 79

David Cobb & David Weissman

$50 / $75

4730.1

Beach Yoga

6/11 - 8/13

Atwater Park Beach

Sarah Hammond

Pay at the beach: $5 exact cash only

N/A

Lacrosse “Old Man” Father / Son

6/14 - 7/19

SHS Football Field

Kevin Kane

6:00 - 8:30 pm

6:00 - 9:00 pm

P P

6:30 - 7:30 pm

P

P

No class 7/4

per person

$30 / $45 6:30 - 8:30 pm

P

Adult fee

$20 / $30 Child fee

P 7:00 - 7:55 pm P

7:00 - 9:00 pm

Tennis - Adult Beginner

6/13 - 8/1

Parent / Child Tennis

6/14 - 8/2 No class 7/5

$32 / $48

4458.1

$28 / $42

4454.2

per person

Recreation Staff

$28 / $42

4473.1

Volleyball - Coed Open

6/11 - 7/30

SHS North Gym

Recreation Staff

$28 / $42

4470.1

Everyday Sewing with Your Machine - Studio

6/19 - 7/31

Lydell Community Center Room 22, Whitefish Bay

Sandy Salzstein

$55 / $65

4602.1

6/13 - 8/15

Whitefish Bay High School Field House

Doug Kane

$25 / $35

4415.1

P

Badminton

P

Jim Mileham

SHS Arena

Basketball - Men’s Open

7:30 - 9:30 pm

SIS Tennis Courts

4489.2

6/11 - 8/6

P

P

No class 7/4

4489.1

No class 6/25 & 7/23 No class 6/18 No class 7/3

No class 7/4 & 7/25

ADULT ENRICHMENT AND EXERCISE PROGRAMS BEGINNING IN JULY Time

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

5:30 - 6:15 am

P P

P

Sun

Class

Dates

Location

Instructor

Fee R / N-R

Course #

Aqua Boot Camp

7/10 - 8/23

VHE Pool

Renee Scherck-Meyer

$56 / $84

4170.2

Joanne Dixon

$52 / $78

4101.4

Hamssah Badrah

$52 / $78

4101.5

7/9 - 8/27

P Full Body Overhaul

6:00 - 6:45 am P

8

Sat

P

7/10 - 8/28

Fitness Center Aerobics Room


ADULT ENRICHMENT AND EXERCISE PROGRAMS BEGINNING IN JULY Time

Mon Tue Wed Thu

6:00 - 6:45 am

Fri

Sat

Sun

P

Class

Dates

Location

Instructor

Fee R / N-R

Course #

Full Body Overhaul

7/13 - 8/24

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Brandon Roberts

$24 / $36

4101.6

7:00 am - 5:00 pm

P

On The Rock Climbing Day

7/21

Meet at Estabrook Park Beer Garden Parking Lot

Riverwest Outdoor Educational Staff

$115 / $165

4244.2

8:00 - 8:55 am

P

Pilates

7/14 - 8/18

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$24 / $36

4151.4

Senior Strength

7/10 - 8/28

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$60 / $84

4121.3

Pilates

7/9 - 8/27

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$60 / $90

4151.3

Vinyassa Flow

7/12 - 8/23

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Mary Beth Keane

$24 / $36

4156.2

P

Senior Strength

7/14 - 8/18

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$24 / $36

4121.4

P

Kayaking Instruction

7/14

Meet at Estabrook Park Beer Garden Parking Lot

Riverwest Outdoor Educational Staff

$140 / $190

4256.1

Tai Chi

7/6 - 7/27

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

K.T. Rusch

$32 / $48

4185.1

Ageless Yoga and Meditation

7/11 - 8/22

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

TBD

$28 / $42

4157.2

$15

7/15

Lake Bluff Front Lawn

Treetop Explorers Staff

Exact cash only

4210.3

$35 / $53

4210.4

Arthritis Exercise Program

7/3 - 7/31

SHS Library

Jan Mahlberg

$32 / $48

4190.2

Hatha Yoga

7/10 - 8/21

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

Richard Tarney

$28 / $42

4155.2

North Shore Martial Arts Club

No class 8/6 & 8/8

7/9 - 8/22

Lydell Community Center Gym, Whitefish Bay

Phil Sauer

$179 / $179

4466.3

I’m Retired! Now What Do I Do with the Rest of My Life?

7/26 - 8/9

SHS Admin Bldg Conference Room 116

Linda McGuire

$20 / $30

4747.1

Sunset Paddle Trip, Canoeing

7/16

4252.2

7/18

Riverwest Outdoor Educational Staff

$36 / $54

Sunset Paddle Trip Kayaking

River Revitalization 2134 N Riverboat Rd, Milw

$36 / $54

4253.2

Fit Power Mix

7/10 - 8/28

Fitness Center Aerobics room

Linda Sunde

$60 / $84

4135.2

POUND® Fitness

No class 7/16

7/9 - 8/27

SIS Gym

Michelle Streng

$38 / $57

4146.2

SIS Gym

Michelle Streng

$38 / $57

4147.2

8:00 - 9:00 am 9:00 - 9:55 am

P P

P P P

9:00 - 10:00 am

9:30 am - 3:30 pm 10:00 - 11:00 am

P

11:00 am - 12:15 pm

P

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

P

Tree Climbing - Drop in

2:00 - 4:00 pm

P

Tree Climbing

4:30 - 5:15 pm

P

5:00 - 6:00 pm

P

6:00 - 7:15 pm

P

P

P

6:00 - 7:30 pm

P P

6:00 - 9:00 pm P 6:15 - 7:15 pm 6:30 - 7:30 pm 7:00 - 8:00 pm

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P P P

P

Zumba

No class 8/2

7/10 - 8/28 No class 7/17

Adult enrichment classes are available for grade 9 through adults.


ADULT ENRICHMENT AND EXERCISE PROGRAMS BEGINNING IN AUGUST Time

Mon Tue Wed Thu

7:00 am - 5:00 pm

Fri

Sat

Sun

P P

9:30 am - 3:30 pm P 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

P

1:00 - 3:00 pm

P

4:30 - 5:15 pm

P

P

P 6:00 - 9:00 pm P

Class

Dates

Location

Instructor

Fee R / N-R

Course #

On The Rock Climbing Day

8/18

Meet at Estabrook Park Beer Garden Parking Lot

Riverwest Outdoor Educational Staff

$115 / $165

4244.3

Kayaking Southeastern Wisconsin Lakes & Rivers

8/5

4254.2

8/11

Riverwest Outdoor Educational Staff

$80 / $120

Kayaking Instruction

Meet at Estabrook Park Beer Garden Parking Lot

$140 / $190

4256.3

Tree Climbing

8/22

Lake Bluff Front Lawn

Treetop Explorers Staff

$35 / $53

4210.5

$35 / $53

4210.6

Arthritis Exercise Program

8/2 - 8/30

SHS Library

Jan Mahlberg

$32 / $48

4190.3

Sunset Paddle Trip, Canoeing

8/13

4252.3

8/15

Riverwest Outdoor Educational Staff

$36 / $54

Sunset Paddle Trip, Kayaking

River Revitalization 2134 N Riverboat Rd Milwaukee

$36 / $54

4253.3

TEEN PROGRAMS Teen Fitness Orientation

6th Grade Activity Night

Grade 7 - 8

Students can become eligible to use the Shorewood Community Fitness Center without the supervision of an adult by completing this class. During the two sessions with a personal trainer, the student will learn proper techniques and safety when using equipment and etiquette rules pertaining to the use of the Fitness Center. If the student can demonstrate required knowledge and skills at the end of the two sessions, the student will be able to work out without the supervision of an adult. The student will need to purchase a Fitness Center membership. Upon registration, please contact the Fitness Center to schedule your two 30 minute sessions. Course #: Time: Fee:

10

4149.1 Two 30 minute sessions Resident - $50 / Non-Resident - $75

The Shorewood Recreation Department will be hosting an Activity Night for 6th grade Shorewood residents and students of Shorewood Public Schools. Activity Night includes a dance and open gym at Shorewood Intermediate School. Activity Night will be chaperoned by parent supervisors. For more information email Justin Calvert at: JCalvert@ shorewood.k12.wi.us. Students must pre-register with the Recreation Department for the activity night. We will not accept money at the door. Concessions will be available for purchase. Please do not bring more than $5 as concessions are reasonably priced.

Course #: 3802.1 Location: SIS Commons Date: Friday, May 11 Time: 7:00 - 9:00 pm Fee: $5

Register online at www.shorewoodschools.org


Welcome To Summer 2018 Youth Programs!

The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services summer programs will offer a variety of wonderful experiences and opportunities for youth of all ages. To ensure that these experiences are positive for everyone involved and that one child’s behavior does not limit or interfere with another child’s experience, please talk with your child regarding: 1. Respect one Another P P P P

Encourage others rather than put them down. Use appropriate language (No name calling). Respect each other’s personal space and property. Show good sportsmanship and follow all the rules to all games played.

2. Respect the Staff

Follow directions the first time. Speak in a respectful tone. Trust the staff to make good decisions. Tell a staff member if you are leaving an activity or program. P Immediately tell a staff member if another participant is physically or verbally bothering you. P P P P

3. Respect the Environment

P Always use equipment and furniture for the purpose P P P P

it was designed. Walk, do not run inside the buildings. Report all broken equipment immediately to staff. Care for our outdoor and indoor surroundings. Clean up after yourself before leaving an area.

The Recreation Department wants all children to have a fun summer in our programs. A safe environment is most important. If a child is disruptive in programs, refuses to follow the directions of our instructors, or endangers the health and safety of other participants or staff, parents/guardians will be notified to discuss the situation. Each situation will be handled on a case by case basis.

Does your Child need Special Accommodations? If your child requires any special assistance, accommodations or has any special needs that we should be aware of, please let the Recreation Department know when registering. We want to provide your child with a fun, successful and safe summer in our programs. If your child has an IEP or 504 Plan through the Shorewood School District, please contact Shorewood Recreation Department at (414) 9636913 x 4 to coordinate services as required by State and Federal laws.

T - BALL & COACH PITCH BASEBALL PROGRAMS

Grades for Hitters T-ball and Sluggers Coach Pitch are as of the 2018 - 2019 school year Time T-Ball games begin 10:00 or 11:00 am

Grade K4 - K5

Grade 1-3

K4

Class Hitters T-Ball Program

K5 1

Coach Pitch games begin 12:00 or 1:00 pm

2 3

11

Sluggers Coach-Pitch Program

Dates Registration Deadline: April 20 Games Saturday June 2 - July 14

Practice Information Practices will start the week of May 14th and are held between 5:30 to 7:30 pm at Lake Bluff or Atwater Diamonds

Game Location

Fee R / N-R

Course # 4401.1 4401.2

Lake Bluff Northeast Diamond

$66 / $99

4402.1 4402.2 4402.3


Do you need supervision for your child... ...in the morning? ...in the afternoon? Home Base Morning Supervision Grades entering K4 - 6

Kids Club

(Students must be at least 4 years old by June 1, 2018 to participate.)

Grades entering K4 - 6

Location: Date: Time: Daily Fee:

Date: Time: Daily Fee:

Youth Center, Shorewood High School’s Physical Education Building Monday - Friday, June 11 - August 3 (No program July 4) 7:00 am - 12:30 pm Resident - $16 / Non-Resident - $24

Home Base provides participants with supervised activities during the morning which includes table games, active group games, socializing, arts and crafts, and more! Parents are encouraged to enroll their child in other morning recreation programs that we offer. Our staff will walk your child to and from their programs between 8:00 am and 12:00 pm. If your child is signed up for Kids Club in the afternoon, we will walk your child there as well. You may drop your child off at any time in the morning. Please send your child with a morning snack and a bag lunch. Participants are responsible for all items they bring to the program. Handheld electronic devices are strongly discouraged. Home Base includes the Supervised Lunch program. Parents/Guardians are required to fill out a Weekly Morning Activity Schedule that informs our staff of the programs that your child is participating in for the week. Weekly Morning Activity Schedules are available online at www.shorewoodschools.org under the Recreation and tab. Forms may be turned in to the Recreation Office or directly at Home Base. Please be sure to turn in your Weekly Morning Activity Schedule to ensure your child is taken to their classes. The Recreation Department is not responsible if your child misses a class due to a missing Weekly Morning Activity Schedule or incorrect information listed on this form. Please note: Participants will have the opportunity to bowl on Fridays from 9:00 - 11:00 am. If your child would like to bowl, please send them with socks.

...after Summer School? Supervised Lunch Grades entering K5 - 6

Location: Youth Center, Shorewood High School’s PE Building Date: Monday - Thursday, June 18 - July 26 (No program July 2 - July 5) Time: 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Daily Fee: $2 This program is for children enrolled in Shorewood School District Summer School who need supervision from 11:00 am until 12:30 pm or to the start of the Kids Club program. We will escort your child to Kids Club (if enrolled). Children are required to bring their own bag lunch. Please note: If your child needs to be escorted to and from recreation classes, you will need to enroll in the Home Base Morning supervision instead of Supervised Lunch.

(Students must be at least 4 years old by June 1, 2018 to participate.)

Monday - Friday, June 11 - August 3 (No program July 4) 1:00 - 4:00 pm Resident - $8 / Non-Resident - $12

Junior Kids Club for grades entering K4 - K5: Atwater East Playground Atwater Kids Club for grades entering 1 - 3: Atwater West Playground SHS Kids Club for grades entering 4 - 6: SHS Front Lawn & Youth Center More information about activities and “Fun Friday” Special Events can be found on page 13. We are UNABLE to escort your child to and from afternoon programs due to the staffing needs that this service would require. All transportation arrangements for afternoon classes must be made on the parent/guardian’s part.

Extended Day Grades entering K4 - 6

(Students must be at least 4 years old by June 1, 2018 to participate.)

Date: Time: Daily Fee:

Monday - Friday, June 11 - August 3 (No program July 4) 4:00 - 5:30 pm Resident - $5 / Non-Resident - $8

If you are unable to pick up your child from Kids Club at 4:00 pm, we offer the Extended Day program. Registration for this program is only allowed if your child is signed for Kids Club. A fee will be assessed if you are late when picking up your child, please be prompt.

...all day? Grades entering K4 - 6

(Students must be at least 4 years old by June 1, 2018 to participate.)

For all day supervision you need to enroll your child in the Home Base Morning Supervision program from 7:00 am to 12:30 pm, the grade appropriate Kids Club from 1:00 - 4:00 pm and Extended Day from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm.

If you need supervision in the morning prior to Summer School, please contact the Recreation Department at (414) 963-6913 x 4 to make individual arrangements.


Kids Club Programs Date: Time: Daily Fee:

Monday - Friday, June 11 - August 3 (No program July 4) 1:00 - 4:00 pm Daily Resident - $8 / Non-Resident - $12

(Students must be at least 4 years old by June 1, 2018 to participate)

Junior Kids Club for grades entering K4 - K5: Atwater East Playground Atwater Kids Club for grades entering 1 - 3: Atwater West Playground SHS Kids Club for grades entering 4 - 6: SHS Front Lawn & Youth Center Spend your summer playing games, creating art projects, making friends, and more! Kids Club is the perfect cure to summer boredom. These groups are always on the move doing fun activities ranging from swimming to bowling and even fishing! Kids Club Leaders will plan activities at the playground such as group games, art projects, and special events between the scheduled daily activities. Activities will be planned separately to be age-appropriate between Junior, Atwater, and SHS Kids Club.

Date

• If your child is registered for Home Base, the recreation staff will walk them to Kids Club, between

Kid’s Day: Join us at Kids Club for an afternoon full of playground and water games at Atwater Elementary Playground. Participants will rotate through various stations which will include active games, water games and crafts. Bring a swimsuit and towel.

6/22

Around the World: Join us for a full day of exploration at the Atwater Elementary School’s West Playground! Participants will fill up their passports as they travel to stations that are represented by different areas of the world. As they travel through the stations, they compete in games, create art projects, and learn dances from different countries.

6/29

Stars and Stripes: Happy Independence Day! We will walk over to the SHS track and celebrate America. Join us as we learn about America’s history, play red, white, and blue field games, and eat July 4th themed treats! We will end the day with a parade!

7/6

Art in the Park: Particpants will spend the day tapping into their creativity and channeling their inner artist! We will rotate through various art stations which include: throw painting, tie dye, recycle art, and art games. Participants should wear clothes they do not mind getting dirty. If your child would like to tie dye, please bring a white t-shirt with their name written on the tag.

7/13

Sports Extravaganza: This day will be full of sports! Children will spend the afternoon taking part in different sport stations.

7/20

Musical Theater Production and Create your own Sundae: We will be watching the Shorewood Recreation Department’s Musical Theater Production of Disney’s Peter Pan JR. After the show, participants will play games on the SHS Front Lawn and enjoy an ice cream sundae.

7/27

Indiana Jones Day: This day will surely be an adventure! Children will spend the afternoon taking part in Indiana Jones-themed activities such as following a treasure map, creating explorer hats, competing in a mummy relay, and finding their way through our obstacle course. Join us if you dare!

8/3

Under The Sea: Bring a swimming suit and towel! We will get the sprinkler out for water games! Participants will also play Sharks & Minnows and create sea creature crafts.

12:30 and 1:00 pm.

• Participants should bring a snack daily, a water bottle and sunscreen. • We are UNABLE to escort your child to and from afternoon programs due to the staffing needs that this sevice would require. All transportation arrangements must be made on the parents/guardians part.

• In the event of inclement weather (including extreme heat), the program will still be held. We will modify the program as best we can to acommodate days of extreme heat by staying in the shade, taking extra water breaks, going indoors, and eliminating active games. In the event of rain, participants will be relocated to the gym for Kids Club, Multi-purpose Room for Jr. Kids Club and the Youth Center for SHS Kids Club. If you are unable to pick up your child from Kids Club at 4:00 pm, we offer the Extended Day program from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm. A fee will be assessed if you are late when picking up your child, please be prompt.

Drop off and pick up will ALWAYS be at participant’s appropriate Kids Club location.

6/15

A biweekly calendar will be updated online with an agenda of specific Kids Club activities for the upcoming weeks at: www.shorewoodschools.org.

Kids Club “Fun Friday” Special Event

To register for Kids Club, see registration form on page 15

13

PLEASE NOTE: For these programs, no refund, class transfer or credit will be granted after June 7, 2018. All registrations must be completed by 12 noon the business day prior to the day of supervison.


All Day Adventure Camp Grades entering K4 - 6 (Students must be at least 4 years old by June 1, 2018 to participate.) Location: North Gym, Shorewood High School’s P.E. Building Time: 7:00 am - 5:30 pm

Join us for a week full of all day adventures! You must sign up for each day individually. All age groups will be combined for activities. In the event of inclement weather, the program may be modified, but will still be held. Because these are all field trips, please be sure to drop your child off at Shorewood High School’s North Gym no later than 15 minutes prior to the bus departure time. Buses will return to Shorewood High School at approximately 4:00 pm. Please note: Participants should bring a morning and afternoon snack, a bag lunch, water bottle and sunscreen. Additional concessions will be available for purchase at most locations, but staff will not be responsible for money that participants may bring.

Monday, August 6 Laser Tag

Join us for an exhilarating morning of laser tag and go-karting at Lightspeed Entertainment! Lightspeed Entertainment, located in Greenfield, features a 4,500 square foot multilevel laser tag arena, an indoor go-kart track and a video arcade. The fee for this trip includes an unlimited number of laser tag games and go-kart races. Participants should bring their own money if they wish to use the video arcade. Participants must be 40” or taller in order to play laser tag or ride the go-karts. After laser tag, we will be heading back to Shorewood to spend the afternoon at Estabrook Park. Participants will have the option to fish, play soccer, Frisbee golf, and more! Course #: 4860.91 Time: Bus Departure at 9:30 am Fee: Resident - $40 / Non-Resident - $60

Wednesday, August 8 Lambeau Field

We will spend the day visiting Lambeau Field! Tour guides will lead us through the Lambeau Field Atrium, to one of the private suites. Participants will be taken down through the players tunnel and learn all about the history of the Green Bay Packers! Participants will also spend time in the Packers Hall of Fame learning about the history of the Packers as well as the team today. Course #: 4860.93 Time: Bus Departure at 7:30 am Fee: Resident - $50 / Non-Resident - $75

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Tuesday, August 7 Little Amerricka

Little Amerricka is an amusement park located in Marshall, WI. It features 26 rides and attractions including the classic 1950’s Wooden Roller Coaster, The Meteor! Join us for an afternoon of fun and excitement! Course #: 4860.92 Time: Bus Departure at 9:00 am Fee: Resident - $40 / Non-Resident - $60

Thursday, August 9 Schlitz Audubon Center

We will be spending the day at Schlitz Audubon Nature Center. Participants will be split up into groups and go on self-guided tours. We will also participate in the reptiles and amphibians program. After lunch, we will explore trails and visit the nature center. Course #: 4860.94 Time: Bus Departure at 9:30 am Fee: Resident - $40 / Non-Resident - $60

Friday, August 10 Jelly Belly Factory & Kenosha Museum

Have you ever wondered how a Jelly Belly is made? You can find out when you attend this fun-filled day of exploration! The day will begin with a tour through the Jelly Belly Factory in Pleasant Prairie, WI. Participants will have the opportunity to visit the Jelly Belly gift shop after the tour. After our adventure at the Jelly Belly Factory, we will be heading to downtown Kenosha for another adventure at the Kenosha Public Museum where we will have time to explore in a self-guided tour. Course #: 4860.95 Time: Bus Departure at 7:30 am Fee: Resident - $40 / Non-Resident - $60

PLEASE NOTE: For these programs, no refund, class transfer or credit will be granted after June 7, 2018. All registrations must be completed by 12 noon the business day prior to the day of supervison.


Home Base, Kids Club and Extended Day Registration Form arly!

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Home Base for grades entering K4 - 6: Youth Center, Shorewood High School’s PE Building Junior Kids Club for grades entering K4 - K5: Atwater East Playground Atwater Kids Club for grades entering 1 - 3: Atwater West Playground SHS Kids Club for grades entering 4 - 6: SHS Front Lawn & Youth Center Extended Day for grades entering K4 - 6: at your Kids Club location

Online registration for Home Base Morning Supervision and Kids Club Afternoon Playgrounds starts immediately. No need to wait for registration dates.

Family Information Name (parent/guardian)_____________________________________________Date of Birth___/___/___Gender_______

___I give my permission to use my status with Shorewood Nutritional Services Free & Reduced meal program to receive a discount for Recreation Department programs.

Address______________________________________________________________________________City_______________Zip____________ Phone (

)___________________Secondary Phone (

)_______________________Email________________________________________

Child’s name _____________________________________Gender ________Date of Birth _____/_____/_____Grade Entering ________________

Home Base 7:00 am - 12:30 pm

Kids Club 1:00 - 4:00 pm

Extended Day 4:00 - 5:30 pm

Daily Fee: Resident - $16 / Non-Resident - $24

Daily Fee: Resident - $8 / Non-Resident - $12

Daily Fee: Resident - $5 / Non-Resident - $8

Total Fees

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thurs

Fri

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thurs

Fun Friday

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thurs

Fri

June 11

June 12

June 13

June 14

June 15

June 11

June 12

June 13

June 14

June 15

June 11

June 12

June 13

June 14

June 15

$

June 18

June 19

June 20

June 21

June 22

June 18

June 19

June 20

June 21

June 22

June 18

June 19

June 20

June 21

June 22

$

June 25

June 26

June 27

June 28

June 29

June 25

June 26

June 27

June 28

June 29

June 25

June 26

June 27

June 28

June 29

$

July 2

July 3

* No Programs

July 5

July 6

July 2

July 3

* No Programs

July 5

July 6

July 2

July 3

* No Programs

July 5

July 6

$

July 9

July 10

July 11

July 12

July 13

July 9

July 10

July 11

July 12

July 13

July 9

July 10

July 11

July 12

July 13

$

July 16

July 17

July 18

July 19

July 20

July 16

July 17

July 18

July 19

July 20

July 16

July 17

July 18

July 19

July 20

$

July 23

July 24

July 25

July 26

July 27

July 23

July 24

July 25

July 26

July 27

July 23

July 24

July 25

July 26

July 27

$

July 30

July 31

Aug 1

Aug 2

Aug 3

July 30

July 31

Aug 1

Aug 2

Aug 3

July 30

July 31

Aug 1

Aug 2

Aug 3

$

All Day Adventure Camp

7:00 am - 5:30 pm

15

Monday, August 6 Laser Tag Course # 4860.91 R - $40 / NR - $60

Tuesday, August 7 Little Amerricka Course # 4860.92 R - $40 / NR - $60

Wednesday, August 8 Lambeau Field Course # 4860.93 R - $50 / NR - $75

Thursday, August 9

Schlitz Audubon Center

Course # 4860.94 R - $40 / NR - $60

Friday, August 10 Jelly Belly Factory Course # 4860.95 R - $40 / NR - $60

PLEASE NOTE: For these programs, no refund, class transfer or credit will be granted after June 7, 2018. All registrations must be completed by 12 noon the business day prior to the day of supervison.

Totals

$

Grand Total =

$


SHOREWOOD RECREATION PROGRAM REGISTRATION FORM

MAIL TO: Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department 1701 E. Capitol Drive, Shorewood WI 53211 Online: www.shorewoodschools.org Questions? Please call (414) 963-6913 x 4

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Family Information

Name (parent/guardian)________________________________ Date of Birth ______/______/______ Gender _______ Address ____________________________________________________________________________ Apt. _________ City _______________________ Zip ___________________ Email __________________________________________ Primary Phone (

) ____________________________ Secondary Phone (

Name of Participant (First & Last)

Gender

Date of Birth

Grade

Lunch program?

Attends Shorewood Public schools?

Program Title

Reduced / Waiver Fees: participants may receive discounts on programs. See #5 on page 47 for more information.

Name______________ Size______

Youth sizes: S, M, or L Adult sizes: S, M, L, or XL

Round up for Recreation: Rounding up your program fees helps to provide financial support to those who are unable to afford the program fee for activities. See #18 on page 48 for more information.

Name______________ Size_______

my status with Shorewood Nutritional Services Free & Reduced Meal Program to receive a discount for Recreation Department programs.

Course #

Program fee

Credit Round Up for Recreation Late Fee Total Amount

I, the undersigned, do hereby agree to the allow the individual(s) named herein to participated in the activity(ies) indicated. I am aware and understand that there may be potential risks inherent with participation in any recreation activity and that the Shorewood School District and Recreation Dept. does not provide accident insurance and cannot assume responsibility for injury to any participants in the recreation programs. I assume all risks and hazards incidental to such participation including transportation to and from the activities and do hereby waive, release, absolve, indemnify and agree to hold harmless the Shorewood Recreation Dept. employees, staff and other persons for all claims, injuries, liabilities, damage or right of action directly or indirectly arising out of use of Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department activities. In the event of a medical emergency, I authorize the department staff to obtain medical treatment for the above named. Signature:

______ I give my permission to use

Total from other forms

T-Shirts (if applicable, t-shirt will be indicated in program description) Name______________ Size_______

Free & Reduced

) _____________________________

Special Considerations? (medications, disabilities, etc.) ___________________ ________________________________ ________________________________

Date:

Date Processed _______/_________/_______ _____ Cash _____ Check (payable to Shorewood Rec Dept) _____ Credit Card (Mastercard / Visa / Discover) Card # __________/__________/__________/__________ Exp ______/______

Security Code ________


SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SHOREWOOD - BRIGHT BEGINNINGS PRESCHOOL 2018 - 2019 SCHOOL YEAR Must be at least 3 years by October 31, 2018 Bright Beginnings Preschool focuses on the individual child, and provides an educational environment that stimulates and nurtures each child’s unique growth potential. We provide numerous exciting and engaging thematic units throughout the year, allowing your children to freely explore and grow in important skill development areas, including: large and fine motor skills, language and literacy, science and math, art and music. Your child’s social and emotional development is of prime importance. At Bright Beginnings, we help each child grow in her or her feelings of self-worth, self-confidence, respect, appreciation of others, love of learning and of school. Our curriculum reflects the most current understanding regarding child development and early education, and embraces Shorewood School District curriculum goals. Our classroom ratio is two adults for sixteen students. Bright Beginnings will follow the school year calendar for the 2018 - 2019 school year. When the elementary schools do not have school, Bright Beginnings will not be held. PRESCHOOL TOILETING GUIDELINES: All children are to be completely toilet trained before the first day of school. If your child is not complete toilet trained, you will be required to be present in the classroom and assist your child with toileting needs. Teachers and volunteers will assist children with buttons or snaps on clothing as necessary. Independence and reinforcement of self-help skills will be encouraged by the teachers. 2018 - 2019 Tuition Payments: A $200 nonrefundable deposit is required at the time of registration to reserve a spot for your child. Receive a $100 discount if tuition is paid in full at registration, otherwise a payment plan is available. All balances must be paid in full by August 1, 2018. Online registration now available, online fee will reflect the $100 discount (payment plans cannot be established online). No refunds or credit will be given for this program.

Atwater Bright Beginnings Location:

Atwater Elementary School 2100 E. Capitol Drive, Room 106

Course #: Day: Date: Time: Tuition: Teachers:

5290.1 Monday, Wednesday, Friday September 5 - May 31, 2019 8:30 - 11:00 am $1,600 (Residents and Non-Residents) Sharon Maier & Rebecca Nisbet

Course #: Day: Date: Time: Tuition: Teachers:

5290.2 Tuesday and Thursday September 4 - May 30, 2019 8:30 - 11:00 am $1,200 (Residents and Non-Residents) Sharon Maier & Rebecca Nisbet

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Lake Bluff Bright Beginnings Location:

Lake Bluff Elementary School 1600 E. Lake Bluff Blvd, Room 2

Course #: Day: Date: Time: Tuition: Teachers:

5290.3 Monday, Wednesday, Friday September 5 - May 31, 2019 8:30 - 11:00 am $1,600 (Residents and Non-Residents) Katherine Gerrits & Elisabeth Witt

Course #: Day: Date: Time: Tuition: Teachers: Course #: Day: Date: Time: Tuition: Teachers:

5290.4 Tuesday and Thursday September 4 - May 30, 2019 8:30 - 11:00 am $1,200 (Residents and Non-Residents) Katherine Gerrits & Elisabeth Witt 5290.5 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday September 4 - May 30, 2019 12:30 - 3:00 pm $1,600 (Residents and Non-Residents) TBD

Milestones All Day Child Care Supervision Milestones will be offering an all day child care supervision on the days your child attends Bright Beginnings Preschool at both Atwater and Lake Bluff. The supervision is available Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. Students must be at least three years old and completely toilet trained. If you require this supervision for your child while they are enrolled in Bright Beginnings, you must contact Milestones at (414) 964-5545 ext 234 as availability is limited.


WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR Time

Age

Grade Grade K4 - K5 1 - 2

Grade 3-4

Grade 5-6

4:00 - 8:00 pm

Grade 7 - 12

Class

Days

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

Course #

16 yrs +

Water Safety Instructor

Sun

4/8 - 5/20 & Sat 5/19

Nicolet High School Athletic Conference Room A106 & Pool

$225 / $255

4370.1

YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JUNE 11 Time

Age

8:00 - 8:25 am

Grade Grade K4 - K5 1 - 2 K5

P

8:00 - 10:30 am 8:30 - 8:55 am 9:00 - 9:25 am

K5

P

K5

P

Grade 3-4

Grade 5-6

Grade 7 - 12

Class

Days

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

Course #

P

P

7

Private Tennis Lessons

M - TH

6/11 - 6/14

SIS Tennis Courts

$56 / $84

4453.01

P

5

Minors Baseball

M-F

6/11 - 7/27

Lake Bluff Diamonds

$100 / $150

4464.1

P

P

Private Tennis Lessons

M - TH

6/11 - 6/14

SIS Tennis Courts

$56 / $84

4453.02

$56 / $84

4453.03

Tennis Pee Wee

M - TH

6/11 - 6/21

SIS Tennis Courts

$24 / $36

4450.1

Minecraft

M - TH

6/11 - 6/14

SHS Science Bldg Room 133

$18 / $27

4710.1

M&T

6/11 & 6/12

$8 / $12

4623.1

W & TH

6/13 & 6/14

$8 / $12

4623.4

6/11 - 6/29

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Orchestra Room 278

$50 / $100

4502.1

6/12 - 7/10

Lydell Community Center Room 19, Whitefish Bay

$45 / $55

4232.1

Meet at Fitness Center Front Desk

$50 / $75

4115.1

7

P 9:00 - 9:45 am

4 9:30 - 10:00 am

P

7-8

Happy Confetti Vases

P

7

Summer Strings Beginning Violin / Viola

M-F

Music Maker

T

7-9

Teen Fitness Camp

M, W & F

6/11 - 6/29

7-8

Dodgeball

M - TH

6/11 - 6/14

SHS North Gym

$14 / $21

4405.1

$18 / $27

4710.12

9 months 4 years

9:45 - 10:45 am 6 P 10:00 - 10:45 am

18

No class 7/3

SIS Art Room 232

Minecraft

M - TH

6/11 - 6/14

SHS Science Bldg Room 133

4

P

7

Summer Strings Beginning Cello / Bass

M-F

6/11 - 6/29

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Orchestra Room 278

$50 / $100

4502.2

P

P

7-9

Tennis Beginner

M - TH

6/11 - 6/21

SIS Tennis Courts

$24 / $36

4451.1

M&T

6/11 & 6/12

$8 / $12

4623.2

W & TH

6/13 & 6/14

$8 / $12

4623.5

TH

6/14

$35 / $53

4210.1

Happy Confetti Vases

P 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

No class 7/4

P

P

P

Tree Climbing

Register online at www.shorewoodschools.org

SIS Art Room 232 Lake Bluff Front Lawn


YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JUNE 11 Time

Age

10:10 - 10:40 am

9 months 4 years

Grade Grade K4 - K5 1 - 2

Grade 3-4

Grade 5-6

4

P

P

5

11:00 - 11:45 am P

Grade 7 - 12

7

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

Course #

6/12 - 7/10

Lydell Community Center Room 19, Whitefish Bay

$45 / $55

4232.2

6/11 - 6/29

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Orchestra Room 278

$50 / $100

4502.3

M - TH

6/11 - 6/14

SHS North Gym

$14 / $21

4405.2

Class

Days

Music Maker

T

Elementary Orchestra

M-F

Dodgeball

No class 7/3

P

7-8

Minecraft

M - TH

6/11 - 6/14

SHS Science Bldg Room 133

$18 / $27

4710.13

P

7-9

Tennis Intermediate

M - TH

6/11 - 6/21

SIS Tennis Courts

$24 / $36

4452.1

M&T

6/11 & 6/12

$8 / $12

4623.3

W & TH

6/13 & 6/14

$8 / $12

4623.6

MKE Kitchen

$26 / $39

4740.1

SHS Diamond

$76 / $114

4465.1

P

Happy Confetti Vases

P

SIS Art Room 232

P

7-9

Let’s Make Pretzels

W

6/13

6

7-8

Majors Baseball

M - TH

6/11 - 7/26

4

P

7

Summer Strings Beginning Violin / Viola

M-F

6/11 - 6/29

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Orchestra Room 278

$50 / $100

4502.4

P

P

7 - Adult

Voice Lessons

T

6/12 - 7/17

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Choir Room 273

$166 / $216

4546.1

12:30 - 1:30 pm

P

5

USTA Junior Team Tennis Club

M-F

6/11 - 8/3

SIS Tennis Courts

$80 / $120

4455.1

1:00 - 3:00 pm

P

P

P

Tree Climbing

TH

6/14

Lake Bluff Front Lawn

$35 / $53

4210.2

7-9

Drama Junior

M - TH

6/11 - 7/22

SHS Auditorium

$175 / $225

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

P

11:00 am - 1:30 pm 12:00 - 12:45 pm 12:00 - 4:00 pm

2

4

P

1:00 - 4:00 pm

1:30 - 3:00 pm 2:00 - 6:00 pm

2

P

P

5:00 - 6:00 pm 6:00 - 6:55 pm

6

7-8

USTA Junior Team Tennis Club

M-F

6/11 - 8/3

P

7 - Adult

Piano Lessons

M

6/11 - 7/16

9 - 12

USTA Junior Team Tennis Club

M-F

Basketball Camp, Girls

7-8

3 P

No class 7/4 & 7/5

Drama Junior - TECH

P 2

No class 7/4

7-9

P

5:00 - 6:30 pm

No class 7/3

6

3:00 - 4:30 pm 4:00 - 5:00 pm

Disney’s Peter Pan Junior

No class 7/4

P

7-9

531 E. Keefe Ave, Milwaukee

4574.1 4574.2

Disney’s Peter Pan Junior

SIS Tennis Courts

$110 / $160

4455.2

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Choir Room 273

$245 / $295

4545.1

6/11 - 8/3

SIS Tennis Courts

$110 / $160

4455.3

M - TH

6/11 - 6/14

SHS Arena Gym

$24 / $36

4446.1

$36 / $54

4446.2

Boys Lacrosse Clinic, Introduction to

T & TH

6/12 - 6/28

SHS Football Field

$30 / $45

4490.1

Tennis Beginner

TH

6/14 - 8/2

SIS Tennis Courts

$28 / $42

4451.5

No class 7/4

No class 7/4

No class 7/5

19

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SUMMER BAND PRIVATE LESSONS Time

Grade 3-4

Grade 5-6

4

P

Grade 7 - 12

Class Beginning Clarinet

9:00 am - 12:00 pm P 4

Experienced Clarinet

P

9:00 am - 3:00 pm P 4

Experienced Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, Trumpet, or French Horn

P

Beginning Saxophone

P

9:00 am - 5:00 pm P 4

10:00 am - 3:00 pm P 4

P

Experienced Percussion / Bells

P

6/18 - 7/30

SIS Band Room 234

Laura McLaughlin

No class 7/2

Fee R / N-R

Course #

$90 / $135

4575.1

$132 / $198

4575.2

$90 / $135

4592.1

$132 / $198

4592.2

$90 / $135

4580.1

$132 / $198

4580.2

$90 / $135

4590.1

$132 / $198

4590.2

$90 / $135

4511.1

$132 / $198

4511.2

20 min lessons

W

6/20 - 8/1 No class 7/4

SIS Band Room 234

20 min lessons

Kyle Samuelson

30 min lessons

6/18 - 7/30 No class 7/2

SIS Band Room 234

Mike Miller

20 min lessons

6/18 - 7/30 No class 7/2

SIS Band Room 234

Emma Koi

20 min lessons 30 min lessons

Beginning Percussion / Bells

P

4:00 - 7:00 pm

M

M

Experienced Flute

P

Instructor

30 min lessons

Beginning Flute

P

Location

M

Experienced Saxophone

P

Dates

30 min lessons

Beginning Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, Trumpet, or French Horn

P

Days

M

6/18 - 7/30 No class 7/2

SIS Band Room 234

Ryan Kahlbaugh

20 min lessons 30 min lessons

YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JUNE 18 Time

Age

Grade K4 - K5

Grade 1-2

Grade 3-4

Grade 5-6

Grade 7 - 12

Class

Days

Dates

Location

P

7

Private Tennis Lessons

M - TH

6/18 - 6/21

SIS Tennis Courts

8:00 - 8:25 am 8:30 - 8:55 am

K5

P

P

9:00 - 9:25 am

2

$56 / $84

4453.04

$56 / $84

4453.05

$56 / $84

4453.06

M - TH

6/18 - 6/28

SHS Upper Gym

$26 / $39

4420.1

P

Minecraft

M - TH

6/18 - 6/21

SHS Science Bldg Room 133

$18 / $27

4710.14

3

Created Critters

M - TH

6/18 - 6/21

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$12 / $18

4622.1

Bank On Math

M - TH

6/18 - 6/28

SHS Science Bldg Room 134

$16 / $24

4761.1

Ballet / Tap

M - TH

6/18 - 6/28

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Dance Studio, Room 276

$40 / $60

4535.1

P P

20

Course #

Tiny Tumblers

P

9:00 - 9:45 am

Fee R / N-R

P


YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JUNE 18 Time

Age

Grade Grade K4 - K5 1 - 2

Grade 3-4

9:00 - 10:30 am 9:00 - 10:45 am

P

Grade 5-6

Grade 7 - 12

Class

Days

Dates

6

7-9

The Big Dip

M - TH

6/18 - 6/21

Theater, Introduction To

M - TH

6/18 - 6/28

3

See Page 44

$150 / $200

4243.1

P

P

P

Chess Camp WSCF - Beginner

M-F

6/18 - 6/22

Nicolet High School Room C111

$90 / $100

4755.1

P

P

Babysitting American Red Cross

T

6/19

SHS Admin Bldg Conference Room 116

$110 / $160

4720.1

Zentangle Design

M - TH

6/18 - 6/21

SIS Art Room 232

$16 / $24

4603.1

Tiny Tumblers

M - TH

6/18 - 6/28

SHS Upper Gym

$26 / $39

4420.2

5

P

7-8

Minecraft

M - TH

6/18 - 6/21

SHS Science Bldg Room 133

$18 / $27

4710.15

P

7-8

Created Critters

M - TH

6/18 - 6/21

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$12 / $18

4622.2

Bank On Math

M - TH

6/18 - 6/28

SHS Science Bldg Room 134

$16 / $24

4761.2

Ballet / Tap

M - TH

6/18 - 6/28

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Dance Studio, Room 276

$40 / $60

4535.2

Clash of Fire & Ice:

M-W

6/18 - 6/20

Lake Bluff Cafetorium

$60 / $90

4739.1

Zentangle Design

M - TH

6/18 - 6/21

SIS Art Room 232

$16 / $24

4603.2

$18 / $27

4710.16

$40 / $60

4535.3

$66 / $99

4741.2

K4 P

5 6

21

P

P

Minecraft

M - TH

6/18 - 6/21

P

Ballet / Tap

M - TH

6/18 - 6/28

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Dance Studio, Room 276

The Big Dip

M - TH

6/18 - 6/21

Keyboarding

M - TH

6/18 - 6/28

SHS Admin Bldg West Computer Lab, Rm 215

$16 / $24

4775.1

Mud Stencil

M - TH

6/18 - 6/21

SIS Art Room 232

$16 / $24

4626.1

P

Gymnastic Instruction

M - TH

6/18 - 6/28

SHS Upper Gym

$26 / $39

4421.1

P

The Big Dip

M - TH

6/18 - 6/21

$66 / $99

4741.3

1:00 - 1:45 pm

K5

Hunger Games Competition

SHS Science Bldg Room 133

11:00 am - 12:30 pm

1:00 - 2:30 pm

4503.1

6/18 - 6/22

P

K5

$62 / $93

M-F

4

11:00 - 11:45 am

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Studio Theatre, Room 179

Summer Adventure Camp

2 - 3 years with parent

10:00 am - 12:30 pm

4741.1

7-8

P

3 years

$66 / $99

MKE Kitchen

531 E. Keefe Ave, Milwaukee

P

9:00 am - 4:30 pm

10:00 - 10:45 am

Course #

4 9:00 am - 12:00 pm 2

Fee R / N-R

Location

P

5

P

P

4

P

P

MKE Kitchen

531 E. Keefe Ave, Milwaukee

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MKE Kitchen

531 E. Keefe Ave, Milwaukee


YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JUNE 18 Time

Age

Grade Grade K4 - K5 1-2

1:00 - 4:00 pm

Grade 3-4

2

1:00 - 4:00 pm (Mon - Wed) 1:00 - 5:00 pm (Thurs)

Grade Grade 5-6 7 - 12

Class

Days

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

Course #

P

P

P

Chess Camp WSCF - Intermediate

M-F

6/18 - 6/22

Nicolet High School Room C111

$90 / $100

4755.2

4

P

7-9

Mountain Bike Essentials, Coed

M - TH

6/18 - 6/21

Mon - Wed: Estabrook Park Picnic Area #8 Thurs: Minooka Park 1927 E Sunset Dr, Waukesha

$136 / $204

4260.1

6

P

You’re The GM

M - TH

6/18 - 6/28

SHS Admin Bldg West Computer Lab, Rm 215

$20 / $30

4738.1

Mud Stencil

M - TH

6/18 - 6/21

SIS Art Room 232

$16 / $24

4626.2

Gymnastic Instruction

M - TH

6/18 - 6/28

SHS Upper Gym

$26 / $39

4421.2

2:00 - 2:45 pm

Intro to Sports Management

P P

2:00 - 3:00 pm

P

P

Figure Drawing

M - TH

6/18 - 6/28

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$24 / $36

4628.1

3:00 - 3:45 pm

P

7-8

Gymnastic Instruction

M - TH

6/18 - 6/28

SHS Upper Gym

$26 / $39

4421.3

Fee R / N-R

Course #

$56 / $84

4453.07

$56 / $84

4453.08

YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JUNE 25 26 Time

Age

Grade K4 - K5

Grade 1-2

Grade 3-4

K5

P

P

Grade Grade 5-6 7 - 12

Class

Days

Dates

Location

Private Tennis Lessons

M - TH

6/25 - 6/28

SIS Tennis Courts

$56 / $84

4453.09

$16 / $24

4624.1

8:00 - 8:25 am 8:30 - 8:55 am

P

7

9:00 - 9:25 am P 9:00 - 9:45 am

Paint Your Pet!

M - TH

6/25 - 6/28

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

Basketball Fundamentals

M - TH

6/25 - 6/28

Lake Bluff Gym

$14 / $21

4447.1

7-9

Tennis Intermediate

M-F

6/25 - 7/5

SIS Tennis Courts

$24 / $36

4452.2

11 - 12

College Essay and Common App Bootcamp

M-F

6/25 - 6/29

SHS PE Bldg Coaches Conference Rm 204

$215 / $265

4707.1

Tennis Pee Wee

M-F

6/25 - 7/5

SIS Tennis Courts

$24 / $36

4450.2

Paper Bead Making

M - TH

6/25 - 6/28

SIS Art Room 232

$16 / $24

4621.1

Basketball Fundamentals

M - TH

6/25 - 6/28

Lake Bluff Gym

$14 / $21

4447.2

Exploring Eric Carle Books

M - TH

6/25 - 6/28

Lake Bluff Room 107

$8 / $12

4759.1

5

P P

9:00 am - 12:00 pm K5

P

P P

10:00 - 10:45 am P K4

22

No class 7/4

No class 7/4

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YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JUNE 25 26 Time

Age

Grade K4 - K5

Grade 1-2

Grade 3-4

Grade Grade 5-6 7 - 12

Days

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

Course #

6

7-8

Paint Your Pet!

M - TH

6/25 - 6/28

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$16 / $24

4624.2

P

P

7-8

Magic, Introduction to

TH

6/28

SHS North Gym

$20 / $30

4726.1

4

P

Paper Bead Making

M - TH

6/25 - 6/28

SIS Art Room 232

$16 / $24

4621.2

P

Basketball Fundamentals

M - TH

6/25 - 6/28

Lake Bluff Gym

$14 / $21

4447.3

K5

Exploring Eric Carle Books

M - TH

6/25 - 6/28

Lake Bluff Room 107

$8 / $12

4759.2

SIS Tennis Courts

$24 / $36

4451.2

$26 / $39

4740.2

10:00 - 10:45 am 10:00 - 11:30 am

11:00 - 11:45 am

Class

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

P

P

7-9

Tennis Beginner

M-F

6/25 - 7/5

P

P

7-9

Let’s Make Bagels

W

6/27

6

7-8

Clash of Fire & Ice:

M-W

6/25 - 6/27

Lake Bluff Cafetorium

$60 / $90

4739.2

12:00 - 2:30 pm

Master Chef Competition

No class 7/4

MKE Kitchen

531 E. Keefe Ave, Milwaukee

1:00 - 1:45 pm

P

P

Shibori Tie Dye

M - TH

6/25 - 6/28

SIS Art Room 232

$16 / $24

4625.1

1:00 - 3:00 pm

4

P

Watershed Wisdom Jr Lake Michigan

M - TH

6/25 - 6/28

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$40 / $60

4275.1

P

Shibori Tie Dye

M - TH

6/25 - 6/28

SIS Art Room 232

$16 / $24

4625.2

7-8

Football Camp

T-F

6/26 - 6/29

SHS Football Field

$64 / $96

4436.1

Volleyball Camp, Boys

M - TH

6/25 - 6/28

SHS Arena Gym

$34 / $51

4428.1

$34 / $51

4428.2

2:00 - 2:45 pm 3:30 - 5:30 pm

P

6:00 - 7:30 pm

P

P

P

P

7:30 - 9:00 pm

7-9

YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JULY 2 Time 9:00 - 9:45 am

Age

Grade K4 - K5

Grade 1-2

11:00 - 11:45 am

Grade Grade 5-6 7 - 12

P

Class Create With LEGO®

P

9:00 am - 12:00 pm 10:00 - 10:45 am

Grade 3-4

4

P

P

7-8

Summer Adventure Camp Create With LEGO®

P P

P

P

P

Create With LEGO®

Fee R / N-R

Course #

SHS Physical Ed Bldg Room 209

$4 / $6

4714.1

$4 / $6

4714.4

M-F

7/2 - 7/6

No class 7/4

See Page 44

$120 / $170

4243.2

M&T

7/2 & 7/3

$4 / $6

4714.2

TH & F

7/5 & 7/6

SHS Physical Ed Bldg Room 209

$4 / $6

4714.5

M&T

7/2 & 7/3

$4 / $6

4714.3

TH & F

7/5 & 7/6

$4 / $6

4714.6

Days

Dates

Location

M&T

7/2 & 7/3

TH & F

7/5 & 7/6

SHS Physical Ed Bldg Room 209


YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JULY 9 Time

Age

8:00 - 8:25 am

Grade K4 - K5

Grade 1-2

Grade 3-4

K5

P

P

P

3

8:00 - 8:45 am

Grade Grade 5-6 7 - 12 P

7

8:30 - 8:55 am

K5

P

P

P

7

9:00 - 9:25 am

K5

P

P

P

7

P

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

Course #

Private Tennis Lessons

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SIS Tennis Courts

$56 / $84

4453.10

Jr. LEGO® Robotics, Introduction

M - TH

7/9 - 7/19

SIS Room 110

$20 / $30

4716.1

Private Tennis Lessons

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SIS Tennis Courts

$56 / $84

4453.11

$56 / $84

4453.12

M - TH

7/9 - 7/19

SIS Tennis Courts

$24 / $36

4451.3

P

P

7-9

4

P

7-9

Sock Monkey Sewing

M-F

7/9 - 7/13

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$18 / $27

4604.1

Jr. LEGO® Robotics, Introduction

M - TH

7/9 - 7/19

SIS Room 110

$20 / $30

4716.2

Floor Hockey

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SHS North Gym

$14 / $21

4408.1

Pom & Dance

M - TH

7/9 - 7/19

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Dance Studio, Room 276

$40 / $60

4525.1

Watercolor Painting

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SIS Art Room 232

$16 / $24

4615.1

Discover The Scientist In You!

M - TH

7/9 - 7/19

SHS Science Bldg Room 233

$16 / $24

4723.1

3 P

P

K4 P 2

Days

Tennis Beginner

9:00 - 9:45 am 3 years

Class

P 6

P

Sticker Making

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SHS Science Bldg Room 133

$16 / $24

4631.1

9:00 - 10:30 am

6

7-9

Roll It

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

Lake Bluff Cafetorium

$66 / $99

4742.1

9:00 am - 4:30 pm

P

P

Babysitting American Red Cross

W

7/11

SHS Admin Bldg Library, 2nd Floor

$110 / $160

4720.2

8 - 12

Kayaking Instruction

Sat

7/14

Meet at Estabrook Park Beer Garden Parking Lot

$130 / $180

4256.2

P

Pattern Design Using The Photocopy Method

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SHS Science Bldg Room 140

$16 / $24

4632.1

We Wiggle, We Read

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

Lake Bluff Room 107

$8 / $12

4780.1

Discover The Scientist In You!

M - TH

7/9 - 7/19

SHS Science Bldg Room 233

$16 / $24

4723.2

P

Floor Hockey

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SHS North Gym

$14 / $21

4408.2

P

Pom & Dance

M - TH

7/9 - 7/19

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Dance Studio, Room 276

$40 / $60

4525.2

Watercolor Painting

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SIS Art Room 232

$16 / $24

4615.2

9:30 am - 3:30 pm

3 years

K4 2

10:00 - 10:45 am K5

P

P

24

5

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YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JULY 9 Time

Age

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade K4 - K5 1 - 2 3-4 5-6 7 - 12 P

10:00 - 10:45 am

10:00 - 11:45 am

P

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

Course #

Minecraft

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SHS Science Bldg Room 133

$18 / $27

4710.17

P

7-9

Creature Sewing

M-F

7/9 - 7/13

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$18 / $27

4605.1

P

P

7-9

Tennis Intermediate

M - TH

7/9 - 7/19

SIS Tennis Courts

$24 / $36

4452.3

4

P

7-8

LEGO® Robotics, Introduction

M - TH

7/9 - 7/19

SIS Room 110

$28 / $42

4717.1

Pattern Design Using The Photocopy Method

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SHS Science Bldg Room 140

$16 / $24

4632.2

Storybook Art

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

Lake Bluff Room 107

$8 / $12

4781.1

Minecraft

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SHS Science Bldg Room 133

$18 / $27

4710.18

Tennis Pee Wee

M - TH

7/9 -7/19

SIS Tennis Courts

$24 / $36

4450.3

Pom & Dance

M - TH

7/9 - 7/19

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Dance Studio, Room 276

$40 / $60

4525.3

Watercolor Painting

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SIS Art Room 232

$16 / $24

4615.3

Floor Hockey

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SHS North Gym

$14 / $21

4408.3

Roll It

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

Lake Bluff Cafetorium

$66 / $99

4742.2

P P K5

Days

4

P

11:00 - 11:45 am

Class

7-8

P P

P 6

P

P 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

P

5

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

P

P

P

Tree Climbing, Drop In

Sun

7/15

Lake Bluff Front Lawn

Exact Cash Only

$15

4210.3

P

7-8

LEGO® Robotics, Advanced Programming

M - TH

7/9 - 7/19

SIS Room 110

$20 / $30

4718.1

P

P

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire

M - TH

7/9 - 7/19

SHS Admin Bldg West Computer Lab, Rm 215

$16 / $24

4733.1

Learn To Code

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SIS Room 110

$10 / $15

4715.1

String Art

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SIS Art Room 232

$16 / $24

4675.1

Basketball Camp Boys

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SHS Arena Gym

$40 / $60

4445.1

Roll It

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

Lake Bluff Cafetorium

$66 / $99

4742.3

Gymnastic Camp

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SHS Upper Gym

$60 / $90

4422.1

12:00 - 12:45 pm

1:00 - 1:45 pm

P

3 4

P 7-9

1:00 - 2:30 pm

K5

P P

25

P

P

7-8

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YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JULY 9 Time

Age

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade K4 - K5 1 - 2 3-4 5-6 7 - 12

1:00 - 4:00 pm P

2:00 - 2:45 pm

P

Fee R / N-R

Course #

$190 / $240

4255.2

SHS Admin Bldg West Computer Lab, Rm 215

$16 / $24

4775.2

7/9 - 7/12

SIS Art Room 232

$16 / $24

4675.2

Class

Days

Dates

Location

7 -12

Sailing, Youth Level 1

M - TH

7/9 - 7/19

Milwaukee Community Sailing Center

P

Keyboarding

M - TH

7/9 - 7/19

P

String Art

M - TH

1450 N. Lincoln Memorial Drive

2:00 - 3:00 pm

P

P

7-8

Comic Book Art

M - TH

7/9 - 7/19

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$24 / $36

4676.1

2:00 - 4:00 pm

P

P

P

Tree Climbing

Sun

7/15

Lake Bluff Front Lawn

$35 / $53

4210.4

2:30 - 4:00 pm

4

P

Basketball Camp Boys

M - TH

7/9 - 7/12

SHS Arena Gym

$40 / $60

4445.2

M&W

7/9 - 8/22

Lydell Community Center Gym, Whitefish Bay

$179 / $179

4466.1

P

Martial Arts, Young American

$179 / $179

4466.2

$50 / $60

4602.5

4:00 - 4:30 pm

P

4:30 - 5:15 pm

1 2

6:30 - 8:30 pm

P P

P

7-8 P

Sewing Mother / Daughter

M

No class 8/6 & 8/8

7/9 - 8/20 No class 8/6

Lydell Community Center Room 22, Whitefish Bay

YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JULY 16 Time

Age

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade K4 - K5 1 - 2 3-4 5-6 7 - 12

Class

Days

Dates

Location

8:00 - 8:25 am 8:30 - 8:55 am

K5

P

P

P

7

Private Tennis Lessons

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

SIS Tennis Courts

9:00 - 9:25 am P P P

9:00 - 9:45 am

7-8

P P 9:00 - 10:30 am

26

Fee R / N-R

Course #

$56 / $84

4453.13

$56 / $84

4453.14

$56 / $84

4453.15

Tiny Tumblers

M - TH

7/16 - 7/26

SHS Upper Gym

$26 / $39

4420.3

Bowling Instruction

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

SHS Bowling Lanes

$14 / $21

4475.1

Minecraft

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

SHS Science Bldg Room 133

$18 / $27

4710.19

Printmaking In Nature

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

SHS Science Bldg Room 140

$16 / $14

4633.1

P

7-8

Basic Photography

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

SHS Admin Bldg Room 216

$12 / $18

4785.1

6

7-9

Stuff It!

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

Lake Bluff Cafetorium

$66 / $99

4743.1

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YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JULY 16 Time

Age

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade K4 - K5 1 - 2 3-4 5-6 7 - 12

Class

Days

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

Course #

4

Summer Adventure Camp

M-F

7/16 - 7/20

See Page 44

$150 / $200

4243.3

Music Maker

T

7/17 - 8/7

Lydell Community Center Room 19, Whitefish Bay

$45 / $55

4232.3

9:00 am - 12:00 pm 9:30 - 10:00 am

P

7-8

9 months 4 years

6

7 - 11

Learning to Sew, Sleepy Days

M-F

7/16 - 7/20

Lydell Community Center Room 22, Whitefish Bay

$60 / $70

4602.2

P

7-8

Cardboard Boat Building

M-F

7/16 - 7/20

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$20 / $30

4607.1

P

Printmaking In Nature

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

SHS Science Bldg Room 140

$16 / $24

4633.2

P

Minecraft

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

SHS Science Bldg Room 133

$18 / $27

4710.2

Storybook Art

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

Lake Bluff Room 107

$8 / $12

4781.2

Creative Writing

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

SHS Admin Bldg Room 216

$12 / $18

4760.1

Tiny Tumblers

M - TH

7/16 - 7/26

SHS Upper Gym

$26 / $39

4420.4

Bowling Instruction

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

SHS Bowling Lanes

$14 / $21

4475.2

Theater Intensive Musical Theater

M-F

7/16 - 7/27

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Studio Theatre, Room 179

$24 / $36

4581.1

Music Maker

T

7/17 - 8/7

Lydell Community Center Room 19, Whitefish Bay

$45 / $55

4232.4

9:30 - 11:30 am 4

P 10:00 - 10:45 am

P P

7-8

2 - 3 years with parent

P 10:00 - 11:30 am 10:10 - 10:40 am

P 9 months 4 years

4

11:00 - 11:45 am

7-9

3 years

P

7-8

Cardboard Boat Building

M-F

7/16 - 7/20

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$20 / $30

4607.2

6

P

Pattern Design With Adobe Illustrator

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

SHS Science Bldg Room 133

$16 / $24

4634.1

We Wiggle, We Read

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

Lake Bluff Room 107

$8 / $12

4780.2

Creative Writing

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

SHS Admin Bldg Room 216

$12 / $18

4760.2

P

Bowling Instruction

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

SHS Bowling Lanes

$14 / $21

4475.3

5

Stuff It!

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

Lake Bluff Cafetorium

$66 / $99

4743.2

Gymnastic Instruction

M - TH

7/16 - 7/26

SHS Upper Gym

$26 / $39

4421.4

Learn To Code

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

SIS Room 110

$10 / $15

4715.2

K4 P

11:00 am - 12:30 pm

P P

1:00 - 1:45 pm 4

27

P

7-8

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YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JULY 16 Time

Age

Grade K4 - K5 K5

Grade Grade Grade 1-2 3-4 5-6

Grade 7 - 12

Class

Days

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

Course #

Stuff It!

M - TH

7/16 - 7/19

Lake Bluff Cafetorium

$66 / $99

4743.3

11 - 12

ACT Workshop

M-F

7/16 - 7/27

SHS Admin Bldg Room 220

$220 / $245

4705.1

7-9

Basketball Camp Parent / Child

Sat

7/21

SHS Arena Gym

$36 / $54

P

Sidewalk Art

M

7/16

SHS Science Bldg Room 142

$12 / $18

4699.1

Gymnastic Instruction

M - TH

7/16 - 7/26

SHS Upper Gym

$26 / $39

4421.5

$26 / $39

4421.6

Basketball Camp Parent / Child

Sat

7/21

SHS Arena Gym

$36 / $54

4444.2

P

1:00 - 2:30 pm

1:00 - 3:00 pm 1:00 - 4:00 pm

4

2:00 - 2:45 pm

P

3:00 - 3:45 pm

P

P

3:00 - 5:00 pm

4

7-8

P

per person

per person

4444.1

YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JULY 23 Time

Age

8:00 - 8:25 am

Grade K4 - K5 K5

9:00 - 9:25 am

9:00 - 9:45 am

3 years

Days

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

Course #

7

Private Tennis Lessons

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

SIS Tennis Courts

$56 / $84

4453.16

Jr. LEGO® Robotics, Intermediate

M - TH

7/23 - 8/2

SIS Room 110

$20 / $30

4716.3

Private Tennis Lessons

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

SIS Tennis Courts

$56 / $84

4453.17

$56 / $84

4453.18

P

3

K5

P

P

K5

P

Tennis Pee Wee

M - TH

7/23 - 8/2

SIS Tennis Courts

$24 / $36

4450.4

P

Water Games

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

SHS Pool

$14 / $21

4345.1

Fantastical Hybrid Creatures

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

SHS Science Bldg Room 140

$20 / $30

4635.1

K4

Ballet / Tap

M - TH

7/23 - 8/2

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Dance Studio, Room 276

$40 / $60

4535.4

P

American Sign Language

M - TH

7/23 - 8/2

SHS Admin Bldg Room 216

$16 / $24

4786.1

Jr. LEGO® Robotics, Intermediate

M - TH

7/23 - 8/2

SIS Room 110

$20 / $30

4716.4

Clothespin Critters

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

SIS Art Room 232

$16 / $24

4682.1

P

P

P

P

3 P

28

Class

P

P

P

Grade 7 - 12

P

8:00 - 8:45 am 8:30 - 8:55 am

Grade Grade Grade 1-2 3-4 5-6

P

7

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YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JULY 23 Time

Age

Grade K4 - K5

Grade Grade Grade 1-2 3-4 5-6

Grade 7 - 12

Class

Days

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

Course #

9:00 - 9:45 am

6

P

Visual Journaling

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

SHS Science Bldg Room 133

$16 / $24

4636.1

9:00 - 10:30 am

6

7-9

Breakfast Around The World

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

Lake Bluff Cafetorium

$66 / $99

4744.1

P

7-8

Summer Adventure Camp Girls Only

M-F

7/23 - 7/27

See Page 44

$150 / $200

4243.4

9:00 am - 4:30 pm

P

P

Babysitting American Red Cross

TH

7/26

SHS Admin Bldg Conference Room 116

$110 / $160

4720.3

9:30 - 11:30 am

6

7 - 11

Learning to Sew, Fashion Days

M-F

7/23 - 7/27

Lydell Community Center Room 22, Whitefish Bay

$60 / $70

4602.3

P

American Sign Language

M - TH

7/23 - 8/2

SHS Admin Bldg Room 216

$16 / $24

4786.2

P

Clothespin Critters

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

SIS Art Room 232

$16 / $24

4682.2

Down To Earth Experimental Physics

M - TH

7/23 - 8/2

SHS Science Bldg Room 233

$32 / $48

4783.1

Painting With Scissors

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$16 / $24

4637.1

Ballet / Tap

M - TH

7/23 - 8/2

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Dance Studio, Room 276

$40 / $60

4535.5

Dragon Tales

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

Lake Bluff Room 107

$8 / $12

4731.1

Water Games

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

SHS Pool

$14 / $21

4345.2

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

4

4

5

P 10:00 - 10:45 am

K5

P

K4

10:00 - 11:45 am

11:00 - 11:45 am K5

29

P

P

P

P

7-9

Tennis Beginner

M - TH

7/23 - 8/2

SIS Tennis Courts

$24 / $36

4451.4

4

P

7-8

Young Architect Design a Dream Home

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

SHS Science Bldg Room 140

$20 / $30

4767.1

4

P

7-8

LEGO® Robotics, Introduction

M - TH

7/23 - 8/2

SIS Room 110

$28 / $42

4717.2

P

P

Ballet / Tap

M - TH

7/23 - 8/2

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Dance Studio, Room 276

$40 / $60

4535.6

P

P

Tennis Intermediate

M - TH

7/23 - 8/2

SIS Tennis Courts

$24 / $36

4452.4

Dragon Tales

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

Lake Bluff Room 107

$8 / $12

4731.2

7-9

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YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JULY 23 Time

Age

Grade K4 - K5

Grade Grade Grade Grade 1-2 3-4 5-6 7 - 12 P

11:00 - 11:45 am

P

P

11:00 am - 12:30 pm

4

P

P

5

12:00 - 12:45 pm 1:00 - 1:45 pm

4

K5

7-8

Days

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

Course #

American Sign Language

M - TH

7/23 - 8/2

SHS Admin Bldg Room 216

$16 / $24

4786.3

Painting With Scissors

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$16 / $24

4637.2

Create An Arcade

M-F

7/23 - 7/27

SIS Art Room 232

$10 / $15

4791.1

Breakfast Around The World

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

Lake Bluff Cafetorium

$66 / $99

4744.2

P

7-8

LEGO® Robotics, Advanced Programming

M - TH

7/23 - 8/2

SIS Room 110

$20 / $30

4718.2

P

7-8

Learn To Code

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

SIS Room 110

$10 / $15

4715.3

7-9

Basketball Shooting Camp - Coed

M&T

7/23 - 7/24

SHS Arena Gym

$20 / $30

4448.1

Breakfast Around The World

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

Lake Bluff Cafetorium

$66 / $99

4744.3

1:00 - 2:15 pm 1:00 - 2:30 pm

7-8

Class

P

1:00 - 3:00 pm

4

P

Watershed Wisdom Jr Milwaukee River

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$40 / $60

4275.2

2:30 - 3:45 pm

4

P

Basketball Shooting Camp - Coed

M&T

7/23 - 7/24

SHS Arena Gym

$20 / $30

4448.2

Soccer Camp Coed

$34 / $51

4441.1

M - TH

7/23 - 7/26

SHS Football Field $34 / $51

4441.2

Volleyball Camp, Girls

M - TH

$50 / $75

4427.1

3:00 - 4:30 pm

P

P

4:30 - 6:00 pm 5:30 - 7:00 pm

30

4

P

7-8

P

7-9

7/23 - 7/26

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SHS Arena Gym


YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING THE WEEK OF JULY 30 Time

Age

Grade K4 - K5

Grade Grade Grade 1-2 3-4 5-6

7:00 am - 2:30 pm

Grade 7 - 12

Class

Days

Dates

Location

15 yrs +

Lifeguard Training

M-F

7/30 - 8/3

Nicolet High School Pool

8:00 - 8:25 am 8:30 - 8:55 am

K5

P

P

P

7

Private Tennis Lessons

M - TH

7/30 - 8/2

SIS Tennis Courts

9:00 - 9:25 am

9:00 - 9:45 am

P

Fee R / N-R

Course #

$228 / $258

4383.1

Review: $206 / $236

4383.2

$56 / $84

4453.19

$56 / $84

4453.20

$56 / $84

4453.21

P

Flag Football

M - TH

7/30 - 8/2

SHS Football Field

$14 / $21

4437.1

3

Create With LEGO®

M - TH

7/30 - 8/2

SHS Physical Ed Bldg Room 209

$8 / $12

4714.7

7-8

Oaxacan Lizards

M - TH

7/30 - 8/2

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$16 / $24

4672.1

8 - 10

Teen Adventure Camp

M-F

7/30 - 8/3

See Page 44

$315 / $365

4243.5

6 9:00 am - 4:00 pm 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

P

P

Babysitting American Red Cross

T

7/31

SHS Admin Bldg Library, 2nd Floor

$110 / $160

4720.4

9:30 - 11:30 am

6

7 - 11

Learning to Sew School Days

M-F

7/30 - 8/3

Lydell Community Center Room 22, Whitefish Bay

$60 / $70

4602.4

Flag Football

M - TH

7/30 - 8/2

SHS Football Field

$14 / $21

4437.2

Create With LEGO®

M - TH

7/30 - 8/2

SHS Physical Ed Bldg Room 209

$8 / $12

4714.8

Oaxacan Lizards

M - TH

7/30 - 8/2

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$16 / $24

4672.2

7-9

Theater Intensive Mini Musical Production

M-F

7/30 - 8/10

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Studio Theatre, Room 179

$24 / $36

4581.2

11 - 12

ACT Workshop

M- F

7/30 - 8/10

Nicolet High School Room F130

$220 / $240

4705.2

Playground Games

M - TH

7/30 - 8/2

SHS Football Field

$14 / $21

4416.1

Create With LEGO®

M - TH

7/30 - 8/2

SHS Physical Ed Bldg Room 209

$8 / $12

4714.9

Learn To Code

M - TH

7/30 - 8/2

SIS Room 110

$10 / $15

4715.4

Watershed Wisdom Jr Flora & Fauna

M - TH

7/30 - 8/2

SHS Science Bldg Room 136

$40 / $60

4275.3

P 10:00 - 10:45 am

P P

10:00 - 11:30 am

5 P

10:30 am - 12:00 pm P 11:00 - 11:45 am

1:00 - 1:45 pm 1:00 - 3:00 pm

31

4 P

P

3 4

P

7-8


YOUTH PROGRAMS BEGINNING IN AUGUST Class

Days

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

Course #

Table Tennis

M - TH

8/6 - 8/9

SIS Gym

$14 / $21

4496.1

7-8

Cross Country

M, W & F

8/6 - 8/17

SHS Front Lawn

$50 / $75

4460.1

9:00 - 11:00 am

9 - 12

Boys Soccer Camp

M - TH

8/6 - 8/9

SHS Football Field

$50 / $75

4440.1

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

7 - 12

Sailing, Youth STEM Camp

M-F

8/6 - 8/10

Milwaukee Community Sailing Center

$390 / $440

4255.3

P

Babysitting American Red Cross

W

8/8

SHS Admin Bldg Conference Room 116

$110 / $160

4720.5

9:30 am - 3:30 pm

8 - 12

Kayaking Instruction

Sat

8/11

Meet at Estabrook Park Beer Garden Parking Lot

$130 / $180

4256.4

9:45 - 10:45 am

7-9

Teen Fitness Camp

M, W & F

8/6 - 8/24

Meet at Fitness Center Front Desk

$50 / $75

4115.2

10:00 - 10:45 am

P

Table Tennis

M - TH

8/6 - 8/9

SIS Gym

$14 / $21

4496.2

P

Tree Climbing

W

8/22

Lake Bluff Front Lawn

$35 / $53

4210.5

Table Tennis

M - TH

8/6 - 8/9

SIS Gym

$14 / $21

4496.3

Lake Bluff Front Lawn

$35 / $53

4210.6

Time 9:00 - 9:45 am

Age

Grade K4 - K5

Grade Grade Grade 1-2 3-4 5-6 P

9:00 - 10:00 am

P P

9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Grade 7 - 12

P

1450 N. Lincoln Memorial Drive

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

P

P

11:00 - 11:45 am

P

P

1:00 - 3:00 pm

P

P

P

Tree Climbing

W

8/22

4

P

7-9

Cake Decorating

T

8/7

$30 / $45

4746.1

6

7-9

Perfect Crust & Freshest Fruit: Strawberry Pie

W

8/8

$30 / $45

4745.1

P

7-9

Cake Decorating

T

8/14

$30 / $45

4746.2

6

7-9

Perfect Crust & Freshest Fruit: Raspberry Pie

W

8/15

$30 / $45

4745.2

P

7-9

Cake Decorating

T

8/21

$30 / $45

4746.3

6

7-9

Perfect Crust & Freshest Fruit: Lemon Meringue Pie

W

8/22

$30 / $45

4745.3

4 3:00 - 5:00 pm

4

32

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MKE Kitchen 531 E. Keefe Ave, Milwaukee


S W I M L E S S O N S

Swimming instruction is provided to give children a positive attitude toward the water while introducing and developing proper swimming techniques. All participants will be evaluated the first day of class to ensure proper class placement. Parents are allowed to observe in the pool area from the bleachers. Children that are not toilet trained must wear swim diapers. No disposable or cloth diapers are allowed in the pool. The Shorewood Recreation Department reserves the right to change a swimmer’s level if the level they are placed in does not meet their ability. Level

Requirements

Skills Taught in the Class

Diaper Diver

15

Parents are taught to safely work with their child in the water, including how to appropriately supAge 6 - 24 months. Child must be port and hold their child in the water. Children are introduced to basic skills that lay a foundation accompanied in the water with an to help learn to swim. Several water safety topics are introduced that are directed toward the adult. parent.

Parent / Child

15

Ages 2 - 3 years. Child must be Building on skills introduced in Diaper Diver. Participants improve on these skills and learn more accompanied in the water with an advance skills in Parent / Child. adult.

Alligator

6

Age 4 - 5 years

Buoyancy and breath control, supported floating and kicking on front and back, introduction to front crawl arms and safety fundamentals while increasing independence in the water.

Seal

6

Passed Alligator Age 4 - 5 years

Continue to explore using simultaneous and alternating arm and leg action on the front and the back to gain more proficiency for future strokes.

Dolphin

6

Passed Seal Age 4 - 5 years

Working on improved coordination of breathing, arm and leg action. Students will work on swimming independently with a focus on swimming greater distances and times.

Level 1

Introduction to Water Skills

Level 2

6

Age 6 years and older or Developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water. successful completion of Dolphin

8

Passed Level 1

Floating without support and recovering to a vertical position. This level marks the true beginning of locomotion skills.

8

Passed Level 2

Survival float, swim the front crawl and the elementary backstroke. The introduction of scissor and dolphin kicks and build on the fundamentals of treading water.

10

Passed Level 3

Improving skills and increase endurance by swimming for greater distances. This level will add the arms to the sidestroke and introduce turning at the wall.

10

Passed Level 4

Refining all strokes, swim greater distances and introduction to flip turns.

10

Passed Level 5

Prepares participants for more advance courses such as diving, personal water safety and fitness swimming.

Older Child Swim Instruction

10

Age 8 - Grade 8

For beginner swimmers to gain confidence in the water at their own pace in a group of their peers. Participants will work to learn and improve their water skills and strokes.

Adult Swim Instruction

6

Grade 8 - Adult

For non-swimmers or beginner swimmers gain confidence in the water at their own pace. The goal of the class is to overcome the fear of water.

Fundamental Aquatic Skills

Level 3

Stroke Development

Level 4

Stroke Improvement

Level 5

Stroke Refinement

Level 6

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GROUP SWIM INSTRUCTION Location: VHE Pool Fee per term: Resident - $40 / Non-Resident - $60, * Resident - $35 / Non-Resident - $53 Monday - Thursday Time

Level Alligator

9:00 - 9:30 am

June 11 June 21

June 25 - July 5 * No class 7/4

4305.4 4306.1

Level 2

4307.4

Level 3

4308.1

4308.4

Level 4

4309.1

4309.4

Seal

10:00 - 10:45 am

11:00 - 11:45 am

Diaper Diver 4307.7 4308.7

4309.5

4309.7

Level 1

4306.4 4307.1

Level 3

4308.5

4308.6

Level 4

4308.8

4310.1

4310.4

Level 6

4311.1

4311.4

4301.1 4302.1

Alligator

4303.2

Seal

4304.2

4303.3

Dolphin Level 1

4305.2 4306.3

Level 2 Level 3 6:35 - 7:15 pm

4307.3 4308.2

4308.3

Level 4

4309.3

Level 5

4310.2

Level 6

4311.2

Adult Swim Instruction

4303.4

Seal

4330.1

Private Swim Interest List

4328.2

4304.4

Dolphin

4305.1

Level 1

4306.2

Level 2

4307.2

Level 4

4309.2

Friday, June 15 - August 3 4306.5

4306.7

4306.9 4307.8

4309.6

Level 5

4310.3

4310.5

Level 6

4311.3

4311.5

Private Swim Interest List

6:00 - 6:30 pm

4309.8

Level 5

Thursday June 14 - August 2

Parent / Child

4306.8

4307.5

Tuesday June 12 - July 31* No class 7/3

4304.5 4305.3

Older Child Swim Instruction

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4304.1

Alligator 11:00 - 11:30 am

Level

4303.5

Dolphin Level 2

4305.5

Time

4306.6

Alligator 10:00 - 10:30 am

Evening Swim Instruction

4304.3

Dolphin

9:00 - 9:45 am

July 23 Aug 2

4303.1

Seal Level 1

July 9 July 19

You may only enroll in one term of group swimming lessons at a time. Registration for the next swim term will begin after the last class of your current term. You can register online, walk-in, or phone.

4313.1 4328.1

Time

Level

Course #

9:00 - 9:30 am

Diaper Diver

4301.2

9:35 - 10:05 am

Parent / Child

4302.2

Private Swim Interest List

Each group swim session has an interest list for private swim lessons. If we cancel a swim class due to low enrollment, we are then able to add a private swim lesson(s). The private lessons would be for 25 minutes and meet for four classes. Our interest list is free of charge. The interest list does not guarantee a private swim lesson. Register for morning lessons: #4328.1 and for evening lessons: #4328.2


PRIVATE SWIM INSTRUCTION Private Swim Instruction - Tuesday Time 5:30 - 5:55 pm 6:00 - 6:25 pm

Dates

Course #

June 12 - June 26*

4324.1

July 10 - July 31

4324.3

June 12 - June 26*

4324.2

July 10 - July 31

4324.4

Age 4 - Adult Location: VHE Pool Fee per term: R - $70 / NR - $105 *R - $52 / NR - $78 You can register online for private swim lessons for one person. To add an additional swimmer(s) to the lesson, please contact the Recreation Department directly at (414) 963-6913 x 4. For an additional child, add $30 and $25 for the third.

Private Swim Instruction - Thursday Time 5:30 - 5:55 pm 6:00 - 6:25 pm

Dates

Course #

June 14 - July 5

4325.1

July 12 - Aug 2

4325.3

June 14 - July 5

4325.2

July 12 - Aug 2

4325.4

Private Swim Interest List

Each group swim session has an interest list for private swim lessons. If we cancel a swim class due to low enrollment, we are then able to add a private swim lesson(s). The private lessons would be for 25 minutes and meet for four classes. Our interest list is free of charge. The interest list does not guarantee a private swim lesson. Register for morning lessons: #4328.1 and for evening lessons: #4328.2 .

Private Swim Instruction - Friday Date 9:00 - 9:25 am 9:30 - 9:55 am 10:00 - 10:25 am 10:30 - 10:55 am 11:00 - 11:25 am 11:30 - 11:55 am

Time

Course #

June 15 - July 6

4326.1

July 13 - Aug 3

4327.1

June 15 - July 6

4326.2

July 13 - Aug 3

4327.2

June 15 - July 6

4326.3

July 13 - Aug 3

4327.3

June 15 - July 6

4326.4

July 13 - Aug 3

4327.4

June 15 - July 6

4326.5

July 13 - Aug 3

4327.5

June 15 - July 6

4326.6

July 13 - Aug 3

4327.6

WATER AEROBICS The Water Aerobics Flex Plan entitles you to ten (10) or twenty (20) visits to any of the classes listed below. Punch cards may be purchased by mail, walk-in or telephone. Each punch card has an expiration date of one year from purchase. For pool closings, please refer to page 36. All classes listed below are ongoing; new participants are welcome at any time! Location: VHE Pool & SHS Pool Instructors: Laura Livermore, Certified Aquatic Exercise Instructor

Time

Mon

7:00 - 8:00 am

7:45 - 8:45 am

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Wed

P P

P

Thurs

Class

Dates

Description

Fee R / N-R

P

Deep Water Aerobics

6/12 - 8/30

Come get a full body workout that includes stretching, warm-up, cardiovascular conditioning, toning and a cool down routine using flotation belts. Participants must provide their own belt.

Flex Plan $40 / $60

Shallow Water Aerobics

(10 classes)

6/11 - 8/29 (No class 7/4)

Join us for a workout that combines stretching, cardio, strength and toning. You will march, jog and jump through the water to improve cardiovascular fitness, muscular endurance and flexibility. Participants do not need to know how to swim as class is conducted in the shallow end of the pool.

Register online at www.shorewoodschools.org

OR $80 / $120 (20 classes)


SHOREWOOD HIGH SCHOOL - VHE POOL No Cash Will Be Accepted At Any Community Swims

C O M M U N I T Y S W I M

All swimmers must present a community swim punch card, a current Shorewood Community Fitness Center membership card (Community Swim is included in membership), or a single swim pass which can be purchased at the Recreation Department or the Shorewood Community Fitness Center during business hours, or by mail or phone. Identification is required to prove residency.

Single Swim Pass Fees Pass

Non-Resident Fee

Pass

Resident Fee

Non-Resident Fee

$60

$90

Adults

$4

$6

Adults

Senior

$3

$5

Senior

$40

$60

Youth

$3

$5

Youth

$40

$60

Ages 5 and under are free!

Each punch card carries an expiration date of one year.

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Community Swim 20 Visit Punch Card

During a thunderstorm and/or lightening storm swimmers must exit the pool water and locker room showers. We must wait 30 minutes from the last thunder or lightening to reenter the water or use the showers. Everyone must wear appropriate swimming attire in the pool. No swim suits, caps, or towels are issued at any of the community swims. Before entering the pool, it is mandatory to shower. Patrons six years of age and older are expected to use the gender-appropriate locker room or family changing area. Our family changing area can be used by parent/child or assistance with another adult. This area is located next to the women’s locker room. There are lockers in this room, locks are strongly recommended. Flotation devices are prohibited. The Recreation Department is not responsible for any lost or stolen articles. Bring your own lock for a locker. Overnight storage is not permitted. Sauna and whirlpool (adults only) will be open during adult and lap swims. All ages - youth ages 7 and under must be accompanied in the water by an adult (ratio of one adult to every 8 children). Children 6 and under must be within one arm’s length of an adult while in the water (ratio of one adult to every 4 children). Infants and toddlers must wear swim diapers in the pool. No disposable or cloth diapers allowed. We have an adaptive chair for shallow water entrance. The Shorewood School District Facility Services Department makes every attempt to maintain water and air temperature according to the standards set by the State of Wisconsin. Any fluctuation in the temperature will be corrected as soon as possible. Pool temperature is set between 78 - 81 degrees and the whirpool temperature is between 100 - 104. If you have any concerns about our pool facilities, please contact the District’s Facility and Operations Department at (414) 963-6918. Lap Swim is for Grade 3 - Adult, and Adult Swim is for High School age and older. You must exit the locker room within 20 minutes after Community Swim ends. Pool hours are subject to change. Updates will be posted on the VHE Pool bulletin board, the VHE Pool information line at (414) 963-6913 x 1, and on the website at www.shorewoodschools.org.

COMMUNITY SWIM SCHEDULE Monday, June 11 - Monday, August 6

(Additional schedules for August will be available after August 1)

Monday Adult: & All Ages: Wednesday

Lap:

Adult:

6:15 - 8:50 am* 12:00 - 2:00 pm 2:15 - 3:45 pm 7:30 - 9:00 pm

Tuesday & Thursday

Lap: Adult: All Ages: Adult:

6:15 - 8:00 am* 12:00 - 2:00 pm 2:15 - 3:45 pm 7:30 - 9:00 pm

Friday

Lap: Adult: All Ages: All Ages: Adult:

6:15 - 8:00 am 12:00 - 2:00 pm 2:15 - 3:45 pm 7:05 - 8:05 pm 8:10 - 9:10 pm

Saturday & Sunday

All Ages: Adult: Lap:

2:00 - 3:30 pm 3:30 - 4:15 pm 4:15 - 5:00 pm

The VHE Pool will be closed ALL DAY on: Monday, May 28 Wednesday, July 4** Monday, September 3 *Only two lanes and the diving well are available on M/W from 7:45 - 8:45 am. During Deep Water Aerobics classes on Tu/Th the Diving Well is reserved for those participants only.

** The pool will be closed all day EXCEPT for the Special 4th of July Swim: TBD A limited number of particpants will be permitted in the pool during this special swim.


April is National Volunteer Month

TEEN VOLUNTEERS Grade 7 - 12

Do you love working with kids? Do you want to make a difference? The Recreation Department is seeking teen volunteers for our various summer recreation programs! 1) Teen volunteers submit an ONLINE application located at www.shorewoodschools.org, under the Recreation and Community Services. 2) After your application has been reviewed, you will be invited to either attend the teen volunteer orientation in person OR watch a teen volunteer orientation video and complete a short quiz. 3) Volunteers will be given access to the online volunteer information center (VICnet) where they will be able to sign up for programs in need of volunteers, only after an orientation is completed. 4) Volunteers will log their hours online through their VICnet account. In Person Orientation: SHS Conference Room 116 Wednesday

May 16

3:30 - 4:00 pm

The Shorewood School District would like thank the hundreds of volunteers who dedicate their time and efforts towards making the Shorewood School District a better place. A special recognition event will be held this Spring. Please contact the Recreation Department for more information.

WANTED: SPONSORS & DONORS! Sponsor a Team or League

The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department is looking for individuals and businesses to sponsor our leagues to cover jersey cost. Sponsors will be recognized with their name or business logo on the back of the t-shirt or jersey for the league. If you are interested, please contact the Recreation Department at (414) 963-6913 x 4.

Thank You To Our Financial Sponsors For Winter-Spring ‘18

VOLUNTEER COACHES

Volunteer coaches are needed for our youth sports leagues. Duties include directing the team’s practice and play during games. Training and resources are provided. This small investment of your time will have a great impact on the children of your team. Coaches are needed for current and future programs in the areas of cross country (Fall), basketball (Winter), and coach-pitch/t-ball (Summer). Contact the Recreation Department at (414) 963-6913 x 4 or email Justin at JCalvert@shorewood.k12.wi.us if you are willing to help coach our programs.

THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS!

The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department would like to thank the following individuals who have positively impacted our youth through volunteering for the Department. Renae Aldana Ian Berry Tim Birkel Brian Cothroll Fred Gayle Dan Grandone Farris Griffin Mazin Hamdan Nick Howland Arthur Ircink 37

Kevin Kane Matthew Kavanagh Asim Khan Rebecca Kirchman Ian Kirkpatrick Jessica Kosempa Mark Lien Owen Manion Chris Marschka Brook Meier

Ben Nelson Ann Nordeen Carlos Pastrana Jared Peccarelli Stephen Perez Brian Quandt Jamie Reeve Josephine Reisner Andy Skwierawski Jason Smith

Craig Tautges Kelly Taylor Saj Thachenkary Don Wang Sarah Weber Aimee Welsh Max Welsh Oscar Wille Dan Zens

Donation For Recreation Rounding up your program fee helps provide financial support to individuals who are unable to afford program fees. If you are rounding up, please put the amount you would like to round up in the appropriate box on the registration form. You can donate online by going to the Donation for Recreation page or with your telephone registration.

A Special Thanks to Those Who Have Contributed During Winter-Spring 2018 You Have Made A Difference! Pam Gorzalski A special thank you to Jennifer Anderson & Liz LeBlanc with Boutique Blowout for their donation the past 5 years.


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ACT Workshop Co-Op Students will gain direct experience with each of the four sections of the ACT. They will become familiar with the types of questions they will encounter on the four multiple choice tests as well as learn a variety of strategies to attack those questions. The instructor has designed this course based on 24 years of experience, successfully preparing students to take the ACT. Students should bring a blank, spiral notebook with them to the first session. Page 18, 31 Instructor: Fred Silver

Badminton Co-Op Great physical conditioning and a lot of fun! This sport offers something for everyone. Instruction will be offered for all who wish it. Rackets will be furnished or you may bring your own. Shuttlecocks will be provided. The schedule may change depending upon school calendar. Provide your email address on your registration form to receive information regarding changes in schedule. Adults 18 and older. Page 8 Instructor: Doug Kane

Activity Night, 6th Grade The Shorewood Recreation Department will be hosting an Activity Night for 6th grade Shorewood residents and students of Shorewood Public Schools. Activity Night includes a dance and open gym at Shorewood Intermediate School. Activity Night will be chaperoned by parent supervisors. For more information email Justin Calvert at: JCalvert@shorewood.k12.wi.us. Students must pre-register with the Recreation Department for the activity night. We will not accept money at the door. Concessions will be available for purchase. Please do not bring more than $5 as concessions are reasonably priced. Page 10

Ballet / Tap Students will learn the fundamentals of ballet/tap and will work on basic exercises. Be sure to wear fitted, comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle to class. Ballet slippers and tap shoes are recommended but not required. Page 20, 21, 28, 29 Instructor: Leah Mittelstadt

American Sign Language New In this beginning American Sign Language class, students will learn basic signs for the alphabet, animals, family members, greetings and much more. The class will introduce a new culture to our students. Page 28, 29, 30 Instructor: Lauren Schuh Aqua Boot Camp This class provides participants with a combination of swimming, strength training and core work both in the water and on deck. Various exercise sets such as swim sprints (at your own pace) and resistance training will be utilized. Participants must know how to swim as this program is not a water aerobics class. Please bring an exercise mat. Page 6,8 Instructor: Renee Scherck-Meyer, Certified AFAA Personal Trainer Arthritis Exercise Program Using gentle movements and activities designed to increase mobility and range of motion, be prepared to start to feel better, gain energy and have the ability to accomplish daily tasks with ease. Page 6, 7, 9, 10 Instructor: Jan Mahlberg, Certified Exercise Instructor Babysitting, American Red Cross This is an ideal course for current and future babysitters, teaching them the best way to keep children safe while in their care. Feeding, diapering, safety, professionalism, first-aid, leadership and safe play are some of the topics that will be covered. Be sure to wear comfortable clothes and bring a water bottle, pencil and a snack. Page 21, 24, 29, 31, 32 Instructor: American Red Cross Instructor, Vendor Program

Ballroom Dance Co-Op Are you left out when the music starts playing at a wedding or on a cruise? Learn to Ballroom dance and have a great time doing it! Dances covered: Waltz, Foxtrot, Rumba, Cha Cha, Swing, Salsa and Tango. Basic (Beginner): Instruction on Basic Level Steps for all social Ballroom dances, plus lead/follow and floor craft. Intermediate/Advanced: Review of fundamentals, groupings from all popular Ballroom dances and plenty of practice time! Must register with dance partner. Page 6 Instructor: Jacqui Lefebvre Bank on Math Exercise your math skills in computation and problem solving through a variety of fun learning strategies. Students will participant in math games to encourage a positive outlook and experience collaborative groups. Page 20, 21 Instructor: Laureen Zahn Baseball, Majors & Minors Players will pick their own teams and play scheduled games against each other throughout the summer. A t-shirt will be provided. Please bring baseball mitt. The All-Star game is Wednesday, July 25. Page 18, 19 Instructor: John Doherty Basketball Camp, Boys Do you love the sport of basketball or want to give it a try? Sign up for this basketball camp to learn the basic fundamentals as well as how to become a better basketball player. This camp will cover ball-handling, shooting, team play and defense. We will cover drills that the high school teams run. Become familiar with drills, coaches and the sport during this camp. Sign up today to have fun with friends, become a better basketball player, and be a part of the up and coming Shorewood basketball program. Participants should bring a water bottle. If campers would like to bring their own basketballs, please write your name clearly on it.

Page 25, 26 Instructor: Chris Hill, SHS Boys Varsity Head Coach Basketball Camp - Girls Have fun while learning the fundamentals of basketball taught by the SHS Girls Varsity coaches and players, winners of the Woodland East Conference title for the 4 or the last 5 years. Work on dribbling, shooting, passing, rebounding, and team play. Drills, contests and games are combined to make this camp an excellent learning experience. Page 19 Instructor: Jeff Eimers and SHS Varsity Coaches and Players Basketball Fundamentals Players will learn and practice basic basketball fundamentals. Dribbling, passing, shooting, lay-ups, and defensive position will be taught. This is a great way to learn basketball FUNdamentals. Page 22, 23 Instructor: Gary Brueggemann Basketball, Men’s Open Teams will be formed on site. We will split the courts if necessary. Please bring a light and dark colored shirt. Ages 18 - Adult. Page 8 Basketball Camp, Parent & Child - Coed The Parent Child Camp is an opportunity for Moms/Dads & Kids to come together and learn basketball while bonding with one another. The camp will consist of skill development, contests/ competitions, and the fundamentals of basketball. Bring a water bottle. If campers would like to bring their own basketballs, please write your name clearly on it. $25 for each additional child. Page 28 Instructor: Chris Hill, SHS Boys Varsity Head Coach Basketball Shooting Camp, Coed This Shooting Camp is designed to fine tune your shot. Campers will receive physical and mental techniques, correct practice methods and catch phrases for success. Your shot will be analyzed by the Greyhound Head Coach. Campers may be divided into age groups for instructions and contests. Participants should bring a water bottle. If campers would like to bring their own basketballs, please write your name clearly on it. Page 30 Instructor: Chris Hill, SHS Boys Varsity Head Coach The Big Dip New Hummus, guacamole, pestos and much more! Even the most picky vegetable eater can not resist them once they have been dipped! Page 21 Instructor: Kathy Papineau, MKE Kitchen, Vendor Program Bowling Instruction Come learn the basic fundamentals of bowling. We will “moonglow” bowl on Thursday. PARTICIPANTS MUST WEAR SOCKS TO BOWL. Page 26, 27


Bowling Instruction (Cont.) Instructor: Gary Brueggemann

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Breakfast around the World Students will learn about breakfasts that are served around the world! Come learn about the food, the culture we will cook and enjoy the meal with friends. Page 29, 30 Instructor: Kathy Papineau, MKE Kitchen, Vendor Program Cake Decorating New Come learn the basic techniques of cake decorating. Page 32 Instructor: Kathy Papineau, MKE Kitchen, Vendor Program Canoeing Souteastern Wisconsin Lakes & Rivers New Come paddle some of Southeastern Wisconsin’s most scenic lakes & rivers. These generally quiet waters serve as an excellent training ground for beginning paddlers as well as the more advanced who want to hone their skills. Participants will experience the thrills and excitement of paddling these waterways that offer solitude and outstanding scenery despite their proximity to various population centers. Trips may change due to water levels. Page 7 Instructor: Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises Staff, Vendor Program Cardboard Boat Building An appliance box, some team work and lots of duct tape work well together to create a sea-worthy vessel. On the last day of class we will don our life jackets and head to the water to test our boats out and see who floats and who sinks. Suggested items to save and bring to class are cardboard, plastic jugs or bottles. No Styrofoam, tarps, plastic sheets, or wood will be allowed. If you would like to watch the boat launch in the VHE pool on Friday, July 20, please arrive at the start of the class. Page 27 Instructor: Sophia Dahlen Chess Camp, (WSCF) Beginner & Intermediate Co-Op Players will receive a balance of instruction vs playing time. Each participant will participate in a 5 round tournament and earn a medal and a Wisconsin rating. Page 21, 22 Instructor: Wisconsin Scholastic Chess Federation Staff Vendor Program Clash of Fire & Ice New Who knew learning science could be delicious? Bring your skills, friends, and your appetite as we experiment to create the best tasting masterpieces you can eat! We will be experimenting with the contrast between hot, smoldering temperatures and the icy frost used to make ice cream! So come experiment, create, and enjoy! Page 21, 23 Instructor: Megan Marquis

Clothespin Critters New It’s a cinch to transform jumbo clothespins into cute desktop pals that will help everyone keep notes and photos organized. Page 28, 29 Instructor: Sophia Dahlen Coach-Pitch Baseball Program, Sluggers Coach Pitch games will be played on Saturday at noon or 1 pm beginning June 2 and will end July 14. Practices will be arranged by volunteer coaches and will begin the week of May 14 between 5:30 - 7:30 pm at Lake Bluff or Atwater Diamonds. Parents who coach will have their child on their team. We will accept a maximum of 3 coaches per team. Players will receive a t-shirt and a hat. When signing up, please let us know what day of the week does not work for your child to attend practice. Players will be assigned to each team at random. Player requests will not be honored. Grade indicated is as of the 2018-2019 school year. Page 11 College Essay and Common App Bootcamp New Get a jump-start on college applications with this intensive college essay and Common App workshop. The workshop will include information about what colleges are looking for in application essays; guided brainstorming exercises focused on essay topics, structure, and content; one-on-one feedback from the instructor; and tips on how to revise. The goal is for students to complete a draft of the Common App personal statement and activities list. Students will also learn how to approach different types of supplemental essays as well as UW system application essays. Dr. Villamil is an independent college counselor with over 15 years of experience in higher education. Visit www.sacbecc.com for more information. Page 22 Instructor: Laura Villamil, PhD Comic Book Art New Students will learn a variety of comic art techniques and mediums including mapping a panel sequence, character development and the tree step method of creating comics: pencils, color and ink! A variety of comics will be referenced in class, not limited to super heros. Page 26 Instructor: Gina Glembin-Nabong Conditioning Boot Camp New This class uses the newly installed outdoor fitness equipment and Shorewood High School track and field for a full body workout. Participants will use the equipment, perform body weight exercises, and high intensity cardio intervals during a 45 minute workout. Bring a water bottle. As this is an outdoor class, dress appropriately. If the weather prohibits outdoor exercise, the class will be held indoors at the Shorewood Community Fitness Center. Page 7 Instructor: Renee Scherck-Meyer, Certified AFAA Personal Trainer Create An Arcade Do you love arcade games? Were you inspired by “Caine’s Arcade”? We will be creating our own arcade games using card-

board, duct tape and your imagination! Students are encouraged to bring unique items from home for their games. On the last day of class we will invite family and friends to come play in our arcade. Page 30 Instructor: Sophia Dahlen Created Critters New In this program we will look at many different endangered animals, and talk about what some of the causes of animals being endangered are, traits of animals and how animals can adapt to their environment. From this learning, students will design their own creature and then make it into a stuffed animal that is sewed and/or hot glued together. Page 20, 21 Instructor: Kayla Bruss Creative Writing This class will focus on the fundamentals of creative writing. Page 27 Instructor: Faith LeMay Creature Sewing Be sure to bring your imagination with you! Creatures straight from your imagination will come to life using basic sewing techniques. Page 25 Instructor: Sara Feider Cross Country Jump start your training for the Fall 2018 middle school cross country season! At this camp you’ll learn dynamic warmup routines, body weight strength exercises appropriate for young runners, nutritional strategies for training and competition, and much more. Additionally, you’ll run varying distances (depending on current fitness and ability) to get you ready for the real training you’ll do in August-October with your school team. Please dress in running clothing for program dates. This program is for athletes planning to compete in middle school cross country during the Fall 2018 season. Athletes should be entering grades 5-8. All middle school runners are welcome, regardless of school affiliation. Page 32 Instructor: Dominic Newman, SHS Boys Cross Country Coach, SIS Coaches and SHS CC Alumni Discover The Scientist In You! Enjoy learning about the properties of matter! Discover the scientific methods of mater-solids, liquids, and gas. Students will engage in experiments to explore, model, evaluate, and explain their designs. Page 24 Instructor: Laureen Zahn Dodgeball Learn how to dodge, duck, dip and dive in a game of dodgeball. We will try several variations of dodgeball. This is a great class to sign up with a friend! Page 18, 19


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Down To Earth Experimental Physics (DEEP) New The DEEP Summer Edition offers you fun hands on activities where you can learn how to make acid or base testing paper, squishy circuits, balloon hovercraft, vision tricks, paper boats and planes, an opaque projector and so much more. Let’s have fun with science this summer! Page 29 Instructor: Gina Raicu Dragon Tales New Explore books that include dragons, princesses, pirates and more. After reading the book we will participate in a variety of activities. Page 29 Instructor: Katie Madlung Drama Jr - Disney’s Peter Pan Jr Think of all the joy you’ll find, when you leave the world behind and join us this summer in Neverland. Come be a part of Shorewood Drama Jr.’s summer journey, Disney’s Peter Pan Jr., based on the play by J. M. Barrie and the 1953 Disney film. Filled with Lost Boys, pirates, braves, mermaids, fairies, and those darling children plus the wonderful songs you remember and new tunes certain to whisk you away from your troubles and make you never want to grow up. A thrilling experience for actors, singers, and dancers and an exciting adventure for budding technicians interested in set construction, costumes, lighting, sound, and props. Come be a part of the magic! We’ll provide the pixie dust. Production dates are Saturday, July 21 @ 7:00 pm and Sunday, July 22 @ 1:30 pm. Please review the attendance policy before registering. Attendance will impact casting of roles. No class on 7/4 & 7/5. Page 19 Instructor: Sara Van Loon, Amanda Hull, Brinn Hill, Brad Brist Estate and Financial Planning for Peace of Mind Co-Op Everyone, regardless of age or wealth, can benefit from having an estate plan and a financial plan. Wills, trusts, and beneficiary planning provide necessary direction and continuity for passing on your assets after death and helping your loved ones administer your estate. Equally important are during-life issues such as health care directives and durable powers of attorney, along with proper financial and retirement planning (e.g. maximizing Social Security benefits) for your long-term needs. We will discuss strategies to help you protect your assets and ease the burden on your loved ones. Page 8 Instructor: Jess Henrickson,Financial Advisor Robert W. Baird Dan McDermott, Attorney, von Briesen & Roper, S.C Exploring Eric Carle Books New Do you love to read the books The Very Hungry Caterpillar, or Polar Bear Polar Bear What Do You Hear? This class will read a variety of Eric Carle books and participate in different activities associated with those books. Page 22, 23 Instructor: Katie Madlung

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Fantastical Hybrid Creatures New In this class, we will go through a step by step process of creating a fictional character, creature or critter using our imagination and creativity. We will use our drawing, painting, and storytelling skills in order to bring our fantastical hybrid creature to life. Page 28 Instructor: Anna Grosch Figure Drawing New Students will learn how to draw live student models. Students will take turns posing for the class to learn observational drawing techniques. Students will learn how to apply proportional rules and gradient value to their drawings utilizing pencils, charcoal and pastels. Page 22 Instructor: Gina Glembin-Nabong Fit Power Mix Strength, resistance, and agility training will be offered to assist you in taking your fitness to the next level. Whether you are interested in weight loss, building muscle, strength and balance, or just general fitness, this program could be right for you. This is an advanced level class, but participants who request them will be offered an accommodation or alternate exercise. The class will include warm-ups, high intensity exercises, weight lifting, TRX bands, abdominal work, cool down stretching, and more. We will be utilizing both the SHS outdoor exercise area and FC aerobics room. Page 6, 9 Instructor: Linda Sunde Flag Football This program will teach a variety of football FUNdamentals through flag football. Participants will learn basic skills and play pick-up games. Page 31 Instructor: Gary Brueggemann Floor Hockey Come and have fun playing floor hockey. We will use softer sticks for better control for K4 & K5 kids. Page 24, 25 Instructor: Gary Brueggemann Football Camp This camp will be an introduction to football focusing on individual development and team play. Head Shorewood-Messmer football coach Chad Hofmann and his high school staff and players will instruct all participants in the fundamentals of the game. The energy and leadership displayed in the fall on Friday nights by the high school coaches and players will be shared continuously throughout the camp with all youth players. All instructors will teach individual techniques and traits that lead to successful team play. There will be individual, group, and team sessions throughout the camp. Participants will be divided by age throughout the camp for appropriate drills. This is a no pad, no contact camp. If campers have their own footballs, please write your name clearly on it, and feel free to bring it to camp.

Page 23 Instructor: Chad Hofmann, Messwood Varsity Football Coach, Assistants and Players Full Body Overhaul This class incorporates weights, bands, plyometric exercises along with other training styles to get a full body-overhaul. This is an advanced level class and participants will be running, jumping and performing high intensity exercises. Low Impact options will be shown. We will be utilizing both the SHS outdoor exercise area and FC aerobics room. Page 6, 8, 9 Instructor: Joanne Dixon - Monday & Wednesday Hamssah Badrah - Tuesday & Thursday Brandon Roberts - Friday Gymnastics Camp In this class, the student focuses on the fundamentals of gymnastics. Students are developing a solid understanding of skills and learning basic movements. Skills to be developed in this include; cartwheels and handstands on floor, pullovers, and casts on bars, squat-ons, proper springboard entry on vault, and beginning beam skills involving balance and movement. Participants may be divided to allow for instruction appropriate to skill level. Page 25 Instructor: Samantha Sullivan, SHS Varsity Coach and SHS Gymnastic Members Gymnastics Instruction This course will cover an introduction to gymnastics including the skills of floor exercise, uneven bars and balance beam. Participants may be divided to allow for instruction appropriate to skill level. Page 21, 22, 27, 28 Instructor: Mira Solden Happy Confetti Vases Turn a clear vase into a beautiful vase with paint. One glass vase/ jar will be provided per day for the students. Students may bring a vases/glass jars to class for an additional painting project. Page 18, 19 Instructor: Sophia Dahlen I’m Retired! Now What Do I Do with the Rest of My Life? Create the retirement of your dreams by discovering your forgotten passions, finding balance, creating your life goals, and feeling free to enjoy life to the fullest. Together we will explore activities that will help you to initiate chance, choose the direction you want the rest of your life to go, and increase involvement in your interests. Page 9 Instructor: Linda McGuire, Certified Retirement Coach & Graduate of Coach U Kayaking Instruction New This 6 hour long class is designed to give students the basic skills and information needed to successfully and safely participate in quiet water kayaking. Students will be given hands-on


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Kayaking Instruction (Cont.) opportunities in the various skills and techniques of kayaking. Topics to be covered are safety, paddle strokes, wet exiting, assisted eskimo roll, personal equipment, and basic river reading. Trip location may change due to water level. Transportation is provided. Page 9, 24, 32 Instructor: Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises Staff, Vendor Program Kayaking Souteastern Wisconsin Lakes & Rivers New Come paddle some of Southeastern Wisconsin’s most scenic lakes & rivers. These generally quiet waters serve as an excellent training ground for beginning paddlers as well as the more advanced who want to hone their skills. Participants will experience the thrills and excitement of paddling these waterways that offer solitude and outstanding scenery despite their proximity to various population centers. Trips may change due to water levels. Page 10 Instructor: Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises Staff, Vendor Program Keyboarding This class will provide students with an opportunity to practice and improve their keyboarding skills to prepare them for academic success. The class will focus on teaching basic keyboarding skills, learning the functions of the keyboard and improving your keyboarding speed. Page 21, 26 Instructor: Kyle Brokmeier Korean Style Tacos and Kimchi Quesadillas New Co-Op Get ready for Korean - Mexican Fusion Cooking and welcome to a world of culinary adventure this summer! Join local Home Cook and founder of Kosari Kimchi, Saehee Chang, to make Korean Style Tacos and delicious, savory Kimchi Quesadillas! This class will explore the fun and easy ways of combining different cooking traditions together. So let’s look forward to an engaging, tasty and interactive cooking class. Page 8 Instructor: Saehee Chang Lacrosse Clinic, Introduction to - Boys The Shorewood and Whitefish Bay Recreation Departments are offering a fun summer lacrosse co-op program for boys entering 2nd and 3rd grade. Lacrosse is a fast, physical sport that combines aspects of soccer, hockey and basketball. This program will offer instruction (drills and skills) and scrimmages. Full boys lacrosse equipment is required and, if needed equipment (gloves, elbow, shoulder pads, helmet and stick) will be provided. Open only to boys who live in Shorewood or WFB, or attend Shorewood or WFB schools. Players must provide a mouth guard. Cleats and athletic cup are recommended. Come out and play the exciting sport that Sports Illustrated calls the “Fastest Growing Sport in America,” plus have fun with your friends! Page 19 Instructor: Kevin Kane

Lacrosse - “Old Man” and Father / Son Have you wanted to learn how to play lacrosse? Do you have a son who plays lacrosse and thought, “That looks like a lot of fun”? This is a recreational lacrosse program geared towards the “old man” (over 30) lacrosse player or fathers and sons who want to play lacrosse together. New and experienced adult players are welcome to participate in a non-body check game (we all want to go to work the next day). For the adults, no lacrosse experience is required to participate, just a desire to learn and play lacrosse. Or if you have not picked up a stick in ten years and want to dust off your cleats, this is for you! The boys must have at least one year of competitive lacrosse play, be entering 6th-9th grade and be accompanied by their father or male guardian who is playing. Get ready for a workout. Full men’s equipment is required. Helmets and limited lacrosse equipment are available for no additional cost. Page 8 Instructor: Kevin Kane Learn to Code Students will learn how to code using Blocks, Javascript, and Python. Page 25, 27, 30, 31 Instructor: Karisa Mantey LEGO® Robotiocs, Advanced Programming (Grade 5 - 8, FLL) Students will learn advanced programming using eV3 software. We will learn how to program with sensors and create MyBlocks. MUST HAVE PRIOR EXPERIENCE WITH FIRST LEGO® League and programming. Students will need to bring a flash drive to class everyday. Page 25, 30 Instructor: Karisa Mantey Lego®, Create With Come and build elaborate objects, structures, animals, vehicles and much more as they explore the fundamental principles of engineering. Students will learn to collaborate with others as they create their projects. Page 23, 31 Instructor: Nick Burkee LEGO® Robotiocs, Intermediate (Grade 1-3, Jr FLL) In this class students will build and program a robot to simulate real world events, such as an earthquake, crane, floodgate, and garbage truck. Students will use the WeDo 2.0 software. PREREQUISITE: Introduction to JR FLL Robotics or experience on a JR FLL team during the school year. Page 28 Instructor: Karisa Mantey LEGO® Robotiocs, Introduction (Grade 1-3, Jr FLL) Students will learn about simple machines by creating models with LEGOS. Students will build and program a robot using the WeDo 2.0 software. Page 24 Instructor: Karisa Mantey

LEGO® Robotiocs, Introduction (Grade 4 - 8, FLL) Students will learn how to build and program a robot using eV3 Mindstorms technology. Page 25, 29 Instructor: Karisa Mantey Let’s Make Bagels! New Students will learn how to make great bagels with yeast that they can make at home. Time will be included to make some compound butter or flavored cream cheese. Page 23 Instructor: Kathy Papineau, MKE Kitchen, Vendor Program Let’s Make Pretzels! New Students will learn how to make great pretzels with yeast that they can make at home. Time will be included to make some mustard, or compound butter. Page 19 Instructor: Kathy Papineau, MKE Kitchen, Vendor Program Lifeguard Training Co-Op Program includes Lifeguarding, CPR, First Aid, and AED. A pocket mask is included in the fee. Lifeguarding certification is current for two years. A pre-test will be held on the first day of the program. Persons unable to complete the pre-test satisfactorily will not be allowed to continue. Participation in all sessions is required. Must pass all tests with 80% or higher plus practical skills to be certified. Please bring proof of age to first class. (Reviews please bring proof of current certification and pocket mask). Registration deadline is a week before class begins. An email will be sent prior to registration detailing the manual/prerequisites requirements. All booklets for the Nicolet Recreation Department American Red Cross programs are now online. Page 31 Instructor: Cindy Schlidt Magic, Introduction to Professional magician Glen Gerard teaches stunning magic tricks that you can perform with items found around the house. Students will learn sleight of hand and misdirection, and showmanship. Fool your friends and family with magic and be a hit at any event. Page 23 Instructor: Glen Gerard Martial Arts Club, Northshore - Adult New Improve fitness and have fun while learning the Martial Arts from North Shore resident, Phil Sauer. Phil has been a Martial Arts instructor since 1972 and has taught at UW-Milwaukee since 1979. This program will challenge you, mentally and physically, as you learn kicking, punching and self-defense techniques that will keep you safe and fit. Page 9 Instructor: Phil Sauer, Young American Martial Arts Club Martial Arts Co-Op This innovative martial arts program will encourage your child to develop a positive attitude, perseverance, self-confidence and self-discipline. We will have more fun-filled challenges of the


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Martial Arts (Cont.) Young American Martial Arts Club as well. Class fee includes testing. The reduced resident sibling fee is $145. Page 36 Instructor: Young American Martial Arts Staff, Vendor Program

alibrije art style. They will use paints to decorate many fun patterns and colors. After they make their lizard, they can add extra decorations! Page 31 Instructor: Kayla Bruss

Minecraft Are you looking for a place to make new friends while improving your skills at Minecraft? Try new mini-games and build some amazing team projects. Each week will include a new project or challenge that will push your creativity to the limits. Page 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27 Instructor: Nick Burkee and Dante Darrow

On The Rock Climbing Day New Devil’s Lake & Surrounding Climbing Areas. If you have never climbed before or just need a refresher, start here. Come join the Riverwest Outdoor Enterprise staff for a fun day of On the Rock and introduce yourself to the world of rock climbing with an emphasis on safety, learning, and fun. We’ll start out on moderate, low-angle rock to help you get the feel for vertical movement, then progress at your pace to similar or more difficult routes. Through instruction & practice, students learn the basic fundamental skills of belaying, tying in, and lowering. Our goal is to help you understand the basics of vertical rock climbing so you can feel comfortable climbing at a local gym, tagging along with friends, or joining us for more advanced climbing trips. We will depart at 7:00 am and return by 5:00 pm. Page 7, 9, 10 Instructor: Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises Staff, Vendor Program

Mountain Bike Essentials, Coed New Cross country mountain biking is a healthy, low-impact, outdoor lifestyle to enjoy at any age. Certified and trained coaches and Shorewood High School Mountain Bike Team (MTB) will teach you the skills for safe and fun mountain biking. Open to beginners and those with some experience. Students will receive fundamental instruction, riding and games culminating in the last day field trip to ride the single track trails at Minooka Park in Waukesha County. Open to youth that can currently ride a bike and are interested in learning to mountain bike. Riders will be placed in groups based on age and experience. All participants will receive a t-shirt. Properly-fitting helmets are required. Loaner bikes will be made available for those in need by including this information in the note section when registering online. Instructors will need to know the type of bike your child will be riding prior to the class beginning. When registering for the class, please include this information in the note section. Page 22 Instructor: Sydney Shimko and Don Iwen, MTB Coaches Mud Stencil Mud Stenciling is an environmentally friendly form of street art founded in Milwaukee by former SHS Art Teacher Jesse Graves. Students will learn about the history of this process while creating their own mud stencils to be displayed within the Shorewood School District. Page 21, 22 Instructor: Sophia Dahlen Music Makers Co-Op This sing-along musical activity group is designed for children and their parents or caregivers. The class incorporates traditional children’s songs, finger play, rhythm instruments and dance movements as well as puppets that help tell a story within the songs. Our goal is to give children an interest and love for all kinds of music. Bring your dancing feet and join us for a fun family class. Page 18, 19, 27 Instructor: Abbie Wallschlaeger, Owner of Music Maker & More Vendor Program Oaxacan Lizards New In Oaxaca, Mexico, there is a style of art called Alibrije. It is full of bright colors and patterns and usually depicts animals. Students will use recyclable materials to create a paper mache lizard in the

Paint Your Pet! New Everyone loves showing off pictures of their pets! In this class we will work on creating a portrait of your pet or animal using tempura paint. For a very accurate painting, students are recommended to bring in a copy of a photo of their pet or animal so we can use a grid enlargement technique. Students will learn how to mix and blend colors. We will learn about shading and smaller detail work to capture the essence of the pets. Page 22, 23 Instructor: Kayla Bruss Painting With Scissors New Matisse coined the term “painting with scissors” to describe this method of cutting painted paper to create works of art. We will mix paints and paint large sheets of paper to cut and collage as Matisse did. Page 29, 30 Instructor: Amelia Hernandez Paper Bead Making New Turn junk mail, magazines, newspaper, wrapping paper, calendars, or pre-designed paper into cool beads that may be used for bracelets or necklaces. Students can bring their own paper to recycle into paper beads that you will love wearing or giving as a gift. Page 22, 23 Instructor: Sophia Dahlen Pattern Design With Adobe Illustrator New Students will create their own repeating patterns from original drawings using adobe illustrator. Page 27 Instructor: Amelia Hernandez

Pattern Design Using the Photocopy Method New Students will create their own repeating patterns using pen, paper and our good friend the photocopy machine. Final patterns will be colored in using watercolor and wax resist. Page 24, 25 Instructor: Amelia Hernandez The Perfect Crust and the Freshest Fruit! New Forget the frozen crust or the canned fillings! We will create the best pies around! Page 32 Instructor: Kathy Papineau, MKE Kitchen, Vendor Program Photography, Basic New Students will learn basic photography techniques using smart phones and basic digital cameras. Student will need to bring their own smart phone or basic digital camera to each class. Page 26 Instructor: Faith LeMay Piano Lessons Have you always wanted to learn piano? Do you need to “brush up” on your skills? Come work one-on-one with instructor, Olga Volodarskaya, and learn piano! All classes will be 30 minutes. Make-up lessons will be scheduled with the instructor. Page 19 Instructor: Olga Volodarskaya Pickleball, Coed Open Are you a tennis player who hasn’t picked up a racquet in a while? Are you looking for a new sport for you and your friends to try? Come and play Pickleball. It is a blend of tennis and ping pong played on a badminton size court. Pickleball provides plenty of exercise, hand-eye coordination, and you don’t have to be “super athletic” to play. Court play will be divided by ability levels. Men and women of all ages are welcome! Tennis shoes required, eye protection encouraged. Ball are provided. Bring your own paddle or use one that is provided. 8 use punch card is available for purchase in the Recreation Department and Fitness Center for $24. Punch cards can be purchased by mail, walk in or phone with an expiration date of 1 year from purchase. Please provide your email as that will be the main form of communication if there are any cancellations. Page 7 Pilates Pilates is designed to tone and elongate muscles, to isolate, activate and condition deep muscles in your body. It also works to flatten abdominals, improve body mechanics, to alleviate stress/ tension and refine breathing patterns. Bring an exercise mat. Page 6, 9 Instructor: Elizabeth Klijnsmit Playground Games This course will allow participants to learn and play a wide variety of playground games to play with friends. Page 31 Instructor: Gary Brueggemann


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Pom & Dance Learn the latest pom routines while developing your technique, turns, leaps, and coordination. Your routines will be crowd-pleasers. Students will learn basic routines, creative movement, dance, and proper stretches to increase flexibility. Poms are not required. Page 24, 25 Instructor: Kelly Barlow POUND® Fitness Sweat, sculpt, and rock with Pound! Channel your inner rockstar with this full-body cardio jam session, inspired by drumming. By using Ripstix® - lightly weighted exercise drumsticks, you will torch calories and tone your body while rocking out to your favorite music. You are sure to see results! Please bring a yoga mat. Page 6, 9 Instructor: Michelle Streng, Licensed POUND® Instructor Printmaking in Nature New Students will explore printmaking with a variety of natural elements including leaf printing, cyanotype and hammer printing. Page 26, 27 Instructor: Amelia Hernandez Roll It! New Students will learn how to make spring rolls, egg rolls and California rolls. Come and learn the techniques so you can “roll” them at home. Page 24, 25 Instructor: Kathy Papineau, MKE Kitchen, Vendor Program Sailing - Youth Level 1 New This popular, hands-on course introduces water safety and the basics of sailing, including tacking, jibing, docking and sail theory, right of way, and capsize drills. This course is taught with instructors aboard the sailboat. All courses require a completed medical form, parent/guardian permission form, and swim check form verified by a certified lifeguard. Students without the completed forms will not participate in any water activities. To learn more, call (414) 277-9094 or email info@sailingcenter.org. Page 26 Instructor: Milwaukee Community Sailing Center Staff, Vendor Program Sailing - Youth STEM camp New Students navigate into a STEM water world to explore the science behind sailing. This exciting five-day program allows students to spend a half-day sailing on water and a half-day working in the Sailing Center’s STEM Lab. All courses require a completed medical form, parent/guardian permission form, and swim check form verified by a certified lifeguard. Students without the completed forms will not participate in any water activities. To learn more, call (414) 277-9094 or email info@sailingcenter.org. Page 32 Instructor: Milwaukee Community Sailing Center Staff, Vendor Progam SailVenture New Do you have an interest in sailing, but are not sure if it’s for you?

Take this two night course to learn more about the theory and skills behind sailing and, weather permitting, spend time sailing to try out your sea legs! If you decide to join after taking this class, your class fee will be applied to your first years’s membership dues when you join during the 2018 season. This course does not replace an Adult Basic Class. To learn more, call (414) 277-9094 or email info@sailingcenter.org. Page 7 Instructor: Milwaukee Community Sailing Center Staff, Vendor Program

their own pattern and fabric prior to the first class session. Page 8 Instructor: Sandy Salzstein

Senior Strength Using a variety of equipment, Senior Strength presents a challenge to major muscle groups and includes an emphasis on flexibility and balance. Page 6, 9 Instructor: Elizabeth Klijnsmit

Sidewalk Art New This event will provide you with an opportunity to create an artistic design on the Shorewood High School sidewalk block. You can sign up individually or collaborate with friends on a design. Sidewalk chack wil be provided. Participants may want to come with their design ideas. In case of inclement weather, participants will draw their design inside on paper. Page 28 Instructor: Sophia Dahlen

Sew, Learning to - Fashion Days Co-Op Get stitching and express yourself with an original crossover bag and cute summer skirt. Or for a different look, sew a cinch sack bag and a pair of shorts to sport on more active days. You will practice basic sewing techniques and advance your skills with these wearable projects. Page 29 Instructor: Carol McWade Sewing, Mother/Daughter Co-Op Learn the fundamentals of sewing together. Moms and daughters will learn the basics of cutting and construction as we create aprons and kitchen accessories for each of you. Instruction and yardage guidelines will be found on our website. Mothers and daughters must each register. Page 26 Instructor: Carol McWade Sew, Learning to - School Days Co-Op Go back to school with classy matching accessories. Have fun sewing a lunch bag, zippered pencil case, cord keeper and tissue case. You can even up-cycle your outgrown jeans into one of these projects. Page 31 Instructor: Carol McWade Sew, Learning to - Sleepy Days Co-Op Get ready for the slumber party! In this class, learn the fundamentals of machine sewing and garment making. Sew yourself an original pair of pajama bottoms using a commercial pattern and create a clever 3-seam (burrito method) pillowcase. Page 27 Instructor: Carol McWade Sewing with Your Machine, Everyday - Studio Co-Op Now let’s apply the skills you learned in the Fundamentals program by completing a fashion or home decor project of your choice. Participants will learn how to read a pattern, practice techniques for layout and cutting and receive guidance as needed throughout the sewing process. Participant will need to purchase

Shibori Tie Dye Come learn the basics of Shibori tie dyeing in the fun and informative summer class! Students will learn multiple ancient Japanese dyeing techniques that date back to the 8th century. Page 23 Instructor: Sophia Dahlen

Soccer Camp, Boys Get a fun head start on the season with this clinic. The instructor will focus on effective and efficient possession, soccer conditioning and small sided games to prepare you for High School Boys Soccer. Bring a pumped up ball if you like, water and shinguards. Page 32 Instructor: Tom Konkol Soccer Camp, Coed The Shorewood High School Head Coach and players will teach fun soccer concepts such as passing, dribbling, and shooting. The focus of small-sided games and activities will be to enjoy learning the game. Participants will be prepared for their future in the Greyhound Soccer Program! Bring a pumped ball, water and shinguards. Page 30 Instructor: Andrei Bunaciu, Girls Varsity Head Coach Sock Monkey Sewing Socks, stuffing, and some stitches - that’s all it takes! You might know these favorites from your toy box, but after this week, you will know how to create your own family of sock monkeys! Page 24 Instructor: Sara Feider Sticker Making New Students will learn to use adobe illustrator and silhouette machines to design and cut your own original sticker set. Page 24 Instructor: Amelia Hernandez Storybook Art New Literacy and art go hand in hand in this class. Each class will focus on a different story. We will read it as a group and then create an art project. Page 25, 27 Instructor: Katie Madlung


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String Art New String art is very popular and fun as it is a great way to express your creativity. You can make many different shapes with many different colors. String art is retro, a great way to add personality and meaning to your walls. Page 25, 26 Instructor: Sophia Dahlen Stuff It! New Most cultures have some form of dough that wraps around a yummy filling. In this class we will learn about the countries of origin and the cultures. We are creating samosas, empanadas, pierogies, and calzones. Page 26, 27, 28 Instructor: Kathy Papineau, MKE Kitchen, Vendor Program Summer Adventure Camp This week long program offers the opportunity to experience rock climbing, rappelling, canoeing, kayaking, biking and hiking all within the city limits. This is all done under the tutelage of experienced staff. Training on equipment and safety will be conducted in order to guarantee a safe and successful experience for your child. All equipment (except bike and helmet) will be provided. Items to bring daily: Small back pack, snacks, bug spray, drink in plastic container, towel and sunscreen. This program is weather permitting. Schedules will be available as we near the start dates. Please call Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises to check the status of the program at (414) 263-4877 or (414) 202-3684. Page 21, 23, 27, 29 Instructor: Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises Staff, Vendor Program Summer Adventure Camp, Teen This 5-day program offers the opportunity to experience rock climbing, rappelling, canoeing, kayaking, biking and hiking. All water programs will occur on one of Southeastern Wisconsin’s many rivers or lakes. Biking will utilize one of the man urban rail trails available. Rock Climbing will be held at Devil’s Lake State Park. Hiking will encompass one of the many Wisconsin trails. This is all done under the tutelage of experienced staff. Training on equipment and safety will be conducted in order to guarantee a safe and successful experience for your child. All equipment (except bike and helmet) will be provided. Items to bring daily: Small back pack, snacks, bug spray, drink in plastic container, towel and sunscreen. Schedules will be available as we near the start dates. This program is weather permitting. Please call Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises to check the status of the program at (414) 263-4877. Page 31 Instructor: Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises Staff, Vendor Program Summer Band Private Lessons - New Format The Shorewood Summer Band program has been revised and will only consist of private band instruction. The program provides students, of all ages, with the opportunity for one-on-one private lessons to learn fun and exciting music while improving on their instrument. Instructors are both local professional musicians as

well as experienced private music teachers. Once registered for private lessons, the instructor will contact you to arrange a time that works in the schedule. Beginning Band Private Lessons, Grade 4 - 6 Students have no to very little experience on their band instrument. All lessons will be twenty minutes in length. Experienced Band Private Lessons, Grade 5 - 12 Students must have at least one year of experience with their band instrument to enroll in this program. Area of focus will include: improving fundamentals, sight-reading, and techniques while learning to play fun music. All lessons will be thirty minutes in length. Page 20 Summer Strings Students who have never played a string instrument before are invited to learn how to play the violin, viola, cello or bass in one of the beginning classes. Students with at least one year experience may continue to refine their individual and group performance skills by participating in the Continuing Elementary Orchestra class. A t-shirt will be provided for students participating in the concert. Please indicate your t-shirt size during registration. Parent’s Meeting: An informational meeting for all beginners and their parents/guardians is scheduled for Parents meeting Monday, May 21 at 6 pm in the SHS Orchestra Room 278 (SHS Auditorium Building). Please plan on attending this meeting to receive important information regarding instrument rental and the Shorewood Orchestra Program. Concert Rehearsal in Auditorium: Classes will be held on the Auditorium stage following the regular schedule for each class on Thursday and Friday, June 29 and 30. Concert: Friday, June 29 at 7:00 pm in the SHS Auditorium. Page 18, 19 Instructor: Julie Nolan Sunset Paddle Trip Tough day or week at work? Then slow down and join us for a relaxing evening paddle. This relaxing trip is the perfect slowdown from a hard day. We will paddle down the Milwaukee River as the sun sets over the downtown area. This is a wonderful opportunity to see the city from a totally unique perspective. Adults 18 and older. We will provide kayaks/canoes, paddles, and life jackets. Please bring a water bottle (no glass containers). Participants must be comfortable in a canoe/sea kayak. Inclement Weather: This program is weather permitting. Please call Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises to check the status of the program at (414) 2634877. Page 8, 9, 10 Instructor: Riverwest Outdoor Enterprises Staff, Vendor Program Table Tennis Learn the forehand, backhand and other fundamentals involved in the sport of table tennis. Page 32 Tai Chi Tai Chi is a traditional Chinese exercise practiced for relaxation, balance, strength and flexibility. In class students will: 1) Warm-

up. 2) Learn basic forms. 3) Cool down/meditate. Tai Chi does not impact the joints of the body. There are evidence-based positive cardiovascular, immune system and mental wellness effects. Realign, enhance strength and balance, make new friends, and harmonize with us on Friday mornings! Page 9 Instructor: K.T. Rusch T-Ball Program, Hitters T-ball games will be played on Saturday at 10:00 or 11:00 am beginning June 2 and will end July 14. Practices will be arranged by volunteer coaches and will begin the week of May 14 between 5:30 - 7:30 pm at Lake Bluff or Atwater Diamonds. Parents who coach will have their child on their team. We will accept a maximum of 3 coaches per team. Players will receive a t-shirt and a hat. When signing up, please let us know what day of the week does not work for your child to attend practice. Players will be assigned to each team at random. Player requests will not be honored. Grade indicated is as of the 2018-2019 school year. Page 11 Teen Fitness Camp We will be hosting a camp to instruct teens the safe and proper techniques to working out. It will be geared towards athletes, but all fitness levels are welcomed. During this camp we will challenge the participants with plyometrics, circuits, agility work, and cardio. It will consist of different types of workouts to introduce them to several types of exercises. Afterwards they will have a base knowledge of what to do when he or she goes to workout. Participants that attend at least seven of the sessions will be given a free fitness center membership for the 2018-19 school year. Page 18, 32 Instructor: Fitness Center Staff Tennis - Beginner, Adult Learn about the various grips, tennis strokes, volley and serving techniques. Rules will be reviewed throughout the program. Limited tennis experience necessary. Page 8 Instructor: Jim Mileham Tennis - Beginner Learn the basics of forehand, backhand, volley and serve. Little or no tennis experience required. Page 18, 19, 23, 24, 29 Tennis Club, Junior Team - USTA The Junior Team Tennis Club features concentrated drills and competitive tennis against other clubs for those dedicated young players. Grade 3-5 will not play against other communities. Players MUST have had previous tennis lesson experience. Participation in league matches will be rotated among all players. Intermediate matches are on Tuesdays and high school matches are on Thursdays. We will have practice at SIS on days where our groups have a competition in another community. Limited school transportation will be provided. Parents will be needed to car pool to matches in the Greater Milwaukee Area. Friday practices will be from 12:30-2:30 pm for all levels and will be non-instructional


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Tennis Club, Junior Team - USTA (Cont.) match days. These practices are optional. Instructors will set up matches for players to practice their skills in a match setting. A t-shirt will be provided. In partnership with the USTA, a FREE tennis account must be created for parent and player. More information will be provided once you register for your tennis program. Page 19 Tennis - Intermediate Further develop your tennis skills and learn the basics of the volley, lob, over-head and other specialty shots with safe abbreviated motions. Page 19, 22, 25, 29 Tennis, Parent / Child Come learn tennis with your child(ren). Learn the basics of forehand, backhand, volley and serve. Little to no experience is necessary for participants. Fee is per participant. Page 8 Instructor: Jim Mileham Tennis, Pee Wee Interested in tennis but haven’t ever tried it? Start with Pee Wee Tennis to see if you enjoy it. We will provide racquets for those who do not have them. Page 18, 22, 25, 28 Tennis, Private Lessons These classes are based on individual lessons. If you are signing up more than one child for private lessons for the same course number, add $25 for a second child and $20 for the third child. If you wish to register for a semi private lesson online, register the first child, and then call our office to add the second/third child for the reduced fee. Page 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 31 Theater Intensive Session One - Musical Theatre Performance During the two weeks of Musical Theatre Performance, students will choose, rehearse and perform a solo or duet, as well as a big broadway group number. Students will participate in private vocal lessons, one on one instructor work time, various acting games and exercises and small group workshops where they will work on their chosen material and learn skills to improve their work. At the end of the two weeks, the students will perform their solos and duets, as well as the group number, for an audience in a Student Showcase performance! Session Two - Mini Musical Production - In Concert! - Beauty and the Beast In this new session of Summer Theatre Intensive, students will audition for, rehearse, and perform sections of the Broadway musical Beauty and the Beast in just two weeks! After Auditions, students will rehearse the music and dances for the production, specially choreographed for this class and directed by Ryan Groeschel and Makayla Campbell. At the end of the two week rehearsal process, the students will perform selections from the show! Page 27, 31 Instructor: Ryan Groeschel and Makayla Campbell

Theater, Introduction to In this workshop, participants will be introduced to the many different aspects of theatre and how to prepare as an actor. Each day will focus on an individual technique, which will in the end, form a complete practice. The lessons will be taught through warm up exercises, games and practical application (Cold Reads and Scene Work). Children will need to be able to read scripts out loud that are age appropriate. Page 21 Instructor: Amanda Hull Tiny Tumblers This course will introduce children to gymnastics. Participants will become comfortable with their body and trying new and challenging movements. Age 2-3 participants must have an adult that actively participates in the class. Page 20, 21, 26, 27 Instructor: Elle Lauter Total Body Conditioning TBC is a full body workout incorporating cardio and strength training to challenge all muscle groups. Abdominal work always included. Stimulate your metabolism, build strength and have fun. Page 6 Instructor: Elizabeth Klijnsmit Tree Climbing Recreational Tree Climbing uses ropes, saddles, and techniques proven safe for both climber and tree, to ascend into trees for recreation, exploration, education, discovery, research, exercise and fun! Page 7, 9, 10, 18, 19, 25, 26, 32 Instructor: Treetop Explorer, LLC, Vendor Program Visual Journaling New Explore a variety of journaling methods such as hand lettering, collage, pattern making and more to enhance all your journaling from taking better notes in class to creating the ultimate journal. Page 29 Instructor: Amelia Hernandez Voice Lessons Do you want to use your voice to its full potential? Whether you are a beginning voice student or already have experience, look no further! Lessons are 30 minutes of individualized instruction in vocal techniques for classical repertoire, opera and musical theatre. Soprano Katie Koester is a Shorewood native and received a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the Eastman School of Music. She has performed locally with the Florentine Opera and Skylight Music Theatre, as well as Eastman Opera Theatre. Time slots will be arranged with the instructor. Page 19 Instructor: Katie Koester Volleyball, Coed Open Serve, Bump and volley. Come improve your skills during open volleyball. For beginner to advanced players. Page 8

Volleyball Camp, Boys Boys who would love to learn the basic fundamentals of passing, setting, hitting and serving are invited to register. Build your skills in a fun, yet challenging setting. Whether you love the sport of volleyball or you just want to learn more, this camp is for you. Page 23 Instructor: RJ Adams, SHS Head JV/Assistant Varsity Coach & SHS Volleyball Members Volleyball Camp - Girls This camp is open to all girls entering grades 4-9 that have interest in playing volleyball. It will cover all of the basic fundamentals of volleyball as well as emphasize specific skills for each position. This camp will place campers into smaller groups each day with other girls of similar skills and ability for more specific coaching from the staff. This camp will be run by Shorewood High schools girls volleyball coaching staff and varsity volleyball players. All girls that have interest in volleyball are encouraged to sign up. Page 30 Instructor: Ryan Roessler, SHS Girls Varsity Volleyball Coach Water Games Get ready to have some fun in the pool! Our instructors will bring all their wacky and wild pool games for a week of wet fun! Participants will play classic pool games such as “chop, chop timber” and “Marco Polo” and will also try a handful of new games and water activities! Page 28, 29 Water Safety Instructor Class Co-Op This is a blended learning (homework & lectures are completed online only) class. The purpose of the American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor course is to train instructor candidates to teach courses and presentations in the American Red Cross swimming and water safety program by developing their understanding of how to use the course materials, how to conduct training sessions and how to evaluate participants’ progress. Prerequisites: be at least 16 years old by the final scheduled lesson of this course; demonstrate 25 yards of front crawl, back crawl, breastroke, elementary backstroke, side stroke and 15 yards of butterfly to level 4 skills or higher, maintain back float for one minute and tread water for one minute. This will be conducted on the first day of class, please bring proof of ID. Persons unable to complete the pre-test will not be allowed to continue. Registration deadline is 3 weeks before class begins. Must bring proof of online completion prior to each class. All materials are online. Must attend all days and complete all water and oral assignments. Must pass all practical skills and obtain 80% or higher on written test to pass. This is a once only test. No retakes allowed. An email will be sent prior to the class start date with details of class requirements/prerequisites. Page 6, 18 Instructor: Cindy Schlidt Watercolor Painting Students will watercolor paint learning a variety of techniques. Page 24, 25 Instructor: Sophia Dahlen


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Watershed Wisdom Junior New Spend quality time outside in Watershed Wisdom Junior! Students will enjoy nature walks through Shorewood’s parks, learn about conservation, our local ecosystems through hands-on activities, and using nature as inspiration we will create art and poetry. Page 23, 30, 31 Instructor: Alison Reinhoffer We Wiggle, We Read We will read a different book each class and then do an activity related to the story. Activities could include crafts, music and/or a physical activity. Page 24, 27 Instructor: Katie Madlung Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Learn the basics of savings, investing and how to use time to your advantage in building wealth. The time to start is now - learn how. Page 25 Instructor: Kyle Brokmeier Woodworking, Introduction to New This class will introduce adults to the joys of fine woodworking. Students will learn skills via a project-based methodology. Students will have the option of making a cutting board, small box, or candlestick holders. Skills include proper safety with power tools, accurate measurements, joinery and finishing. Registration Deadline: June 4th. Page 8 Instructor: David Cobb and David Weissman Yoga, Ageless & Meditation No matter what stage in life you are, the benefits that a yoga practice can bring to your body and mind are endless. A few of the benefits of yoga to us as we age include building bone density, strengthening of the muscles to protect the bones, improved balance along with decreasing stress, increasing mental clarity and creating community. This class will explore all facets of our being, through slower-paced mindful movements, conscious breathing techniques, and hand mudras. The class will culminate with a 15-minute guided relaxation, with each session offering a variety of techniques to help you find greater peace and calm. It is recommended that besides your yoga mat please bring a blanket or two for your relaxation. Page 6, 9 Yoga at the Beach There is something incredibly healing when you can practice yoga near water and connect with the soothing surroundings. Our yoga class at Atwater Park beach over-looking Lake Michigan is one of the most exquisite back drops around, and is appropriate for everyone. All skill levels are welcome. Limited individual instruction will be provided. Bring your own mat/towel/yoga accessories. Rain or shine the class will be held unless lightening/thunder, high wind gusts, rain storms, or 60 below weather should occur. The instructor will determine if the class will be held. Participants won’t be notified if the class is cancelled. Please pay $5 to the instructor

at the start of the each class. Page 8 Instructor: Sarah Hammond, Hammond Lifestyle Consulting

follow dance steps. Page 6, 9 Instructor: Michelle Streng, Licensed Zumba Instructor

Yoga, Hatha Hatha Yoga is a practice that uses postures, breathing techniques and mindfulness to cultivate mind-body awareness while increasing strength, flexibility and balance. All levels are welcome. Please bring a yoga mat to class. Page 6, 9 Instructor: Richard Tarney Yoga, Vinyasa Flow Vinyasa yoga is a discipline that utilizes postures and breathing techniques. It is often faster paced and postures are linked together in a series of movements that are synchronized with the breath. The continual movements, from one pose to another, gives you on added cardiovascular benefit. The routine practice of vinyasa yoga can increase muscle strength, endurance and flexibility, and reduce stress levels. Modifications for beginners as well as amplicatoin for levels 1 - 2. Please bring a yoga mat. Page 6, 9 Instructor: Mary Beth Keane Young Architect / Design a Dream Home New What is your dream home? In this class, we will become young architects for a week, learn basic design skills and think about how the places we design can help to improve the world in which we live. We will envision our dream home through 2-dimensional drawing and 3-dimensional modeling. Page 29 Instructor: Anna Grosch

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The purpose of the Shorewood School District’s youth sports programs is to guide each participant, boys and girls, through an organized program that will develop the fundamentals of each sport. Sports programs are open to any student who lives in the Village of Shorewood. Whatever sport your child chooses, they will be taught the fundamentals of the sport. Skill development will be stressed throughout the season and participants will receive a basic understanding of rules, sportsmanship and teamwork by the end of the season. Please contact LeVar Ridgeway, Shorewood School District’s Athletic Director, via e-mail at LRidgeway@shorewood.k12.wi.us or phone at (414) 963-6924 for information on SIS Athletics.

You’re the GM! An Introduction to Sports Management New Immerse yourself in the challenging complexities of the sports world: managing a roster with a salary cap; funding an event at your home stadium, improving the experience of your fans, and marketing your team. We will have a technical tour which includes the boiler & the chill room of Miller Park on Friday, June 22 at 9:00 am. Transportation provided. Page 22 Instructor: Kyle Brockmeier Zentangle Design New Bring out the artist inside you with the Zentangle Method. An easy-to-learn, relaxing and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. Page 21 Instructor: Sophia Dahlen Zumba Zumba is a fusion of Latin and International music - dance themes that create a dynamic, exciting and effective fitness system! The routines feature aerobic fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. Zumba utilizes the principles of fitness interval training and resistance training to maximize caloric output, fat burning and total body toning. It is a mixture of body sculpting movements with easy to

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1. A Message to Parents For all programs, age and grade requirement will be as of the first day of the class, unless otherwise specified. Please only register your child in the class when he/she meets the requirements. All age and grade requirements are set to benefit the child and make instruction consistent for the instructor. In some instances, the requirements have been set for the child’s safety. 2. Special Notice to Parents of Youth Program Participants Parents are reminded to pick their children up at the completion time listed for the activity they are participating in. Recreation staff are not responsible for participants once their class is completed (they are not paid to wait for parents who are late in picking up their children.) We also ask parents to stress to their children that when they are in a school building, they should go directly to their program activity area and not wander around the building. We do not wish to lose our privilege to utilize these facilities because of participants being where they should not be. Your cooperation with this is greatly appreciated. 3. Disruptive Participants During the course of our programs, there have been times that disruptive participants have impacted our classes. Our instructors try to work with these participants; however, sometimes the behavior becomes such that it affects the ability of the other students to learn, of the instructor to teach, or provide a safe learning environment. The following procedure will be in effect if problems occur: a. Verbal contact between instructor and program participant and/or parent. b. Verbal contact between the Recreation Department and program participant and/or parent. c. Reoccurrence following these conversations will result in removal from the program. There will be no refund of fees for individuals removed from programs due to disruptive behavior. The determination of program offering depends on the number of registered participants. 4. On-site Registration Instructors will not accept registration or payment at the class site. All registration transactions must be complete at the Recreation Department or Fitness Center prior to classes starting, or by the sign-up deadline. The price of the class is increased by $10 if you register the day of or after the class has started. 5. Reduce / Waiver of Fees The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department recognizes that some of the resident of the Village of Shorewood may require financial assistance to participate in recreation programs. If your child attends Shorewood Public Schools and has qualified for Shorewood’s Nutritional Services Free and Reduced Meal Program, the student and their family members

may receive the reduced program fees as listed below. Please indicate your participation in the Shorewood Nutritional Services Free and Reduced Meal Program on your registration form. If you live in the Village of Shorewood, you may qualify for reduced program fees. Please complete a reduced program fee form and return the form to the Shorewood Recreation Department. The Recreation Department will notify you regarding your eligibility to receive the reduced program fees as listed below within two business days after receiving your application. Upon approval of your request, payment will be required prior to participation in the program. Reduced program fees are not granted after the registration has been processed. The Shorewood Recreation Department reserves the right to deny participants request for reduced program fees. Program fees may be reduced by the following: Cost of Class Up to $10 $10.01 - $29.99 $30 and above

Discount on Program Fees Minimum payment of $5 $5 discount $10 discount

Programs that do not qualify for a discount rate include vendor programs, field trips, co-op programs, and Activity Nights. The Recreation Department does not want to exclude any Shorewood Public School student or a student that lives in Shorewood who may be unable to participate due to financial hardship. If a family is unable to pay the entire youth program fee, the parent/guardian should contact the Department in writing and arrangements may be made so that the youth is able to participate at a further reduced program fee. The Recreation Department does offer payment plan options. 6. Payment Plan Unable to pay your program fees in full at the time of registration? Please contact the Recreation Department for more information at (414) 963-6913 x 4. 7. Cancelled Classes All programs are subject to change. Programs will be subject to cancellation should low attendance warrant such a decision. There may be times classes need to be cancelled due to weather, facility scheduling, etc. We will attempt to reschedule the class, however, if we are unable to make up the class, there will be NO REFUNDS or credit given for class cancellations. For program closing due to inclement weather, or other reasons, call (414) 963-6913 x 3 or check the website at: www.shorewoodschools.org 8. Sharing of Personal Information The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department requires personal information form each participant on the registration form. The information provided to us by each individual is used solely for the purpose of participating in Shorewood

Recreation programs. The Shorewood Recreation Department will not share participant’s information with outside parties. 9. Pay Less for Your Programs All program registrations must occur prior to classes starting, or by the sign-up deadline. The price of the class is increased by $10 if you register the day of or after the class has started. Please register early. 10. Refund Procedure Full refunds will not be issued unless a program is cancelled by the Recreation Department. 11. Returned Checks There will be a $25 service fee on all returned checks. 12. Can I Drop a Class After It Started? You are important to us! The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department is committed to excellence by providing high quality programs and services. If you or a family member are not satisfied with a class, program or service offered by the Department, please let us know prior to the start of the third class. In order to receive a pro-rated credit you must notify our office prior to the 3rd class. After the 3rd class has met, a credit for that class will not be issued. The credit expires two years from the date of issue and can be applied online. 13. Fee For Transferring or Dropping A Class Before It Starts You may drop or transfer a class before it starts without penalty if completed at least two business days prior to the class beginning. A $10 fee per registration will be assessed if we do not receive this notice. You will receive credit for dropping a class, which can be applied online. 14. Vendor Program As indicated in the program description, these classes are contracted out by private businesses for the Recreation Department. We are unable to give a credit five business days before the start of the class. 15. Inclement Weather Cancellations Programs will be cancelled when the weather is inclement or fields are not playable. Please call the information line, (414) 963-6913 x 3, to determine if a program is cancelled. 16. Waiting Lists If classes are filled when you enroll, please request to be placed on a waiting list, or opt for it online. If there are any cancellations or new classes opened, you will be notified by email and permitted to register for them. No names are put on a waiting list after the first class has met. Please do not attend the class if you are on a waiting list. Payment is not accepted for the waiting list.


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17. Smoking/Alcohol Use Policy The use of all tobacco products or drinking of alcoholic beverages on all School District premises is prohibited by state law. 18. Round Up For Recreation Rounding up your program fee helps provide financial support to individuals who are unable to afford program fees. If you are rounding up, please put the amount you would like to round up in the appropriate box on the registration form. You can donate online by going to Donation for Recreation or with your phone registration. 19. Photos & Social Media For program promotion, photographs may be taken of participants from time to time. If you do not wish to have your photograph taken, please notify the photographer and/or class instructor. The Shorewood Recreation Department uses social media as one of the ways to promote our programs. Please inform us if you choose to opt out of photo use and/or social media. 20. A Great Gift Idea - Gift Certificate Do you have a friend or family that has everything? The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Gift Certificates are available in any amount and can be used toward any program offered in the Recreation Activity Guide. Contact us for more information. 21. Do You Want To Work For Us? Do you have a skill, talent, or knowledge you would like to share through the Recreation Department? Contact us for a program proposal form or go online to the School District website at: www.shorewoodschools.org 22. Employment Opportunities Applications are being accepted for job opportunities including lifeguards, swim instructors, aerobic and water aerobic instructors, sport instructors, art and crafts specialists, and fitness instructors. Applications can be downloaded from the District website at: www.shorewoodschools.org 23. Hospital / Medical Insurance The School District of Shorewood does not provide hospital/medical insurance coverage for people participating in sponsored activities. 24. Typo, Human Error, We Goofed...!? Occasionally there may be an error in days, times, registration requirement or fees in the bulletin. When such an error occurs, our staff will do everything possible to correct the situation promptly. We thank you for your patience and understanding.

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25. Shorewood Recreation Advisory Committee A special thank you to the individuals who are serving on the 2017 - 2018 Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Advisory Committee. Renae Aldana Jennifer Anderson Lisa Even Rita Higgins

Melissa Marschka Maggie Reeve April Toy Tim Vander Mel

If you are interested in serving on the Recreation Advisory Committee, please contact the Recreation Department. 26. Lock It Up! Shorewood Recreation Department is not responsible for any items lost or stolen. Please bring a lock to secure your personal belongings. Please leave your valuables at home. It is strongly suggested that you always lock your bike. 27. Individuals With Special Needs Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department programs are open to all children and adults, including those with special needs. For assistance and information, please call (414) 963-6913 x 4. 28. Non-Discrimination Policy The School District of Shorewood does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, national origin (including limited English proficiency), ancestry, creed, color, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, transgender status, or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability, citizenship status, arrest or conviction record, and military service. 29. Dogs Are Not Allowed on School District Grounds. 30. Community Swim Schedules Pool schedules are subject to change at a moment’s notice. Each sign that is posted is dated. To find out what the pool schedule is for the day, call the pool hotline at (414) 963-6913 x 1 or visit our website at: www.shorewoodschools.org 31. Gender Diversity Shorewood Recreation recognizes that not all individuals identify with the gender they are assigned at birth or may identify as a gender other than male or female. Particpants are encouraged to register for activities based on the gender they most identify with. If you are not sure or have another gender identity please contact the Recreation Department. 32. 90+ Club Are you 90 years or older, live in Shorewood, and participate in Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department programs? If so, please contact the Recreation Department. You are eligible to participate in our programs and the Shorewood

Community Fitness Center for FREE! The 90+ Club does not include co-op programs, vendor programs and field trips. 33. Electronic Surveillance Shorewood High School utilizes video surveillance equipment inside and outside of the buildings on the campus. This surveillance has been designed to protect buildings. 34. School District Policies and Guidelines All recreation program participants, Fitness Center members, and community swimmers must follow Shorewood School District policies and guidelines. These documents are located at: www.shorewoodschools.org under the District tab, Board of Education file. 35. Online Registration Just follow these quick steps to register online: • Go to www.shorewoodrecreation.org • Sign In (forgot password, or unsure if you have an account - please call our office). • Go to Course Search tab, type in course #, or keyword for the class you are interested in. • Select the class you would like by clicking on the appropriate class. • After reading through the description, if you decide you would like the class, then click “ADD TO CART” • Select appropriate family member(s), then click “NEXT”, then “FINISH”. • You can either click “CONTINUE SHOPPING” to choose more classes or you can click “CHECKOUT” if you are ready to pay. • Even if a class is in your cart, it is not your class until you “CHECKOUT” and pay for the class. • Please provide appropriate credit card information. If you would like our department to walk you through the online registration process, please do not hesitate to call. 36. Shorewood Community Fitness Center Advisory Committee A special thank you to the individuals who are serving on the 2017 - 2018 SCFC Advisory Committee. Lisa Balistrieri Katie Blain Jim Holstein Mary Hopkins

Sue Kelley Gail Kutz LeVar Ridgeway Barbara Weber


COMMUNITY EVENTS - MARK YOUR CALENDAR Shorewood First Ride & Bike Rodeo

This year, we are offering two bike events on the same afternoon! Join us for a fun day of bicycle education! Brought to you by the Shorewood Recreation Department, North Shore Health Department, North Shore Fire Rescue, and the Shorewood Police Department. We will also have helmet fittings. The event is free for Shorewood Residents, but pre-registration is required. First Ride: Ages 3 & up. Children will learn bike safety with the proven ‘balancing first’ method. Bike Rodeo: Grades 2 - 6. This clinic will educate parents and children on bike safety, traffic rules, and more! Date: Saturday, May 5 Location: Atwater Elementary School West Playground Fee Program Time R / NR First Ride 12:00 - 1:30 pm FREE / $5 Bike Rodeo 2:00 - 3:30 pm FREE / $5

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Shorewood Men’s Club 47th annual CHICKEN BBQ

3rd Annual North Shore Safety Camp!

Have fun and learn about fire, internet, electrical, and personal safety, first aid, and more! Fee includes lunch, snacks adult leadership, t-shirt, and closing ceremony. Registration starts February 12. North Shore residents only. Registration forms are available on our website www.nsfire.org. Registration is limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. No phone registrations accepted. Participants will receive an informational packet by June 30 with additional camp details. Grades: Date: Time: Location: Fee:

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Entering 4th July 9 & July 10, closing ceremony on July 10 at 6:00 pm 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Maslowski Community Park, 2200 W. Bender Rd, Glendale $50

The Shorewood Men’s Club Chicken Bar-B-Q is a Men’s Club tradition and one of the largest one day social events in Shorewood, a true community event! The Bar-B-Q started in 1971 as a way for the club to raise the funds needed to help community groups. Today, with the help of corporate sponsorship, the Bar-B-Q not only sells the best chicken in town but will provide live entertainment, and ice cream. Tickets are available at the park. For more information go to: www.shorewoodmensclub.org/chicken/_bbq Location: Date: Time:

Atwater Park - Upper Level Saturday, June 9 11:30 am - 7:30 pm

Shorewood Connects 7th Annual Spring Cleanup!

Join your neighbors this spring for a morning of yard clean-up to benefit older and disabled adults throughout Shorewood. Sign up by contacting Shorewood Connects Coordinator Michelle Boehm at (414) 698-4369 or via email at: michelle. boehm@sbcglobal.net. Older and disabled adults seeking assistance please contact Elizabeth Price from the Shorewood Senior Resource Center at (414) 8472727 or via email at eprice@villageofshorewood.org. Date: Saturday, May 5 Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Location: Meet at Kingo Lutheran Church, 1225 E Olive St, Shorewood


FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL®) Fall 2018

WE NEED COACHES AND MENTORS. PLEASE SIGN UP TODAY!

The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department is excited to offer FIRST® LEGO® programs. These programs incorporate building and programming robots. Volunteers (parents and mentors) are the coaches of these teams. Classes can be held after school, early evening or on the weekends and are based on parent/mentors’ availability.

FIRST® LEGO® Programs Junior FIRST® LEGO® League

Time Commitment for volunteers and mentors

Grade 1 - 3

Jr. FLL® captures student’s curiosity and directs it toward discovering the wonders of science and technology. This program features a real-world science concept to be explored through research, teamwork, construction and imagination. Guided by at least two adult coaches, teams use LEGO bricks to build a model that moves. Each team has a maximum of six students per team. We are hoping to offer six teams.

Volunteers (parents and mentors) are needed to coach our teams. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the Recreation Department at (414) 963-6913 x 4 by June 1, 2018. Previous programming or robotics experience is not necessary to volunteer. Without volunteer involvement, we will not be able to hold these classes in the fall. Classes can be held after school, early evening or on the weekends.

Time Commitment for Volunteers and Mentors

Jr. FLL® (Gr 1 - 3): meets one time per week for 1 ½ hours. The program begins in September and lasts until the Saturday Tournament/Expo Mid-November.

FIRST® LEGO® League Grade 4 - 8

FLL® will introduce students to real-world challenges by designing, building, programming a robot using LEGO® MINDSTORMS®, then complete on a table-top playing field. FLL® teams, guided by their imaginations and at least two adult coaches, apply real-world math and science concepts, research challenges facing today’s scientists, and learn critical thinking, team building and presentation skills. Each team has a maximum of eight students per team. We are hoping to offer four teams, including one team for girls only.

FLL ® (Gr 4 - 8): meets two times per week for 1 ½ hours each. The program begins in September and lasts until the Saturday Tournament approximately Mid-November. FTC (Gr 7 - 12): meets three times per week for two to three hours each. The program begins in September and concludes in January unless the team advances in competition. The Regional Tournament is held the beginning of January. Practice times and dates are based on coaches availability.

We Need Coaches and Mentors. Please Sign Up Today!

Classes can be held after school, early evening or on the weekends. If you have any questions on the program, volunteering or would like to coach/mentor, please contact the Recreation Department at (414) 963-6913 x 4.

FIRST® Tech Challenge Grade 7 - 12

Volunteers Needed to Coach

In FTC, teams are responsible for designing, building, and programming their robot to compete in an alliance format against other teams. Students will be required to develop strategy and build robots based on sound engineering principles. Each team has a maximum of 15 students per team. We will be offering one team.

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SHOREWOOD SUMMER SOUNDS CONCERTS

MOVIE UNDER THE STARS SERIES

Shorewood is pleased to offer a free outdoor concert series, Summer Sounds, on Wednesday evenings at Hubbard Park along the Milwaukee River. Bring a picnic or purchase food and beverage from Hubbard Park Lodge. Hubbard Park is accessible by Oak Leaf Trail or 3565 N. Morris Blvd. If you are interested in providing a financial donation to help sponsor the Shorewood Summer Sounds Concert, please contact the Recreation Department at (414) 963-6913 x 4.

The Shorewood Recreation Department invites you to join us for our Movie Under The Stars. Please join us any time after 8:00 pm on the Lake Bluff Elementary School Playground as the movie will start shortly after the sun sets. Remember to bring a blanket or lawn chair. In case of inclement weather, the movie will still be shown in the Lake Bluff Cafetorium. A decision will be made after 2:00 pm, please call our weather cancellation line at (414) 9636913 x 3 for location. Popcorn will be provided courtesy of Andrew McCabe, Allstate Insurance.

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6:00 - 6:30 pm

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Wednesday, July 18

6:00 - 6:30 pm

7:00 - 8:30 pm

Wednesday, July 25

6:00 - 6:30 pm

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Fightin’ Bob

Wednesday, august 1 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Wednesday, august 8 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Wednesday, august 15 6:30 - 8:00 pm

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Lake Bluff Elementary School Playground Movie will start at dusk

THE LION KING

Date: Friday, June 29 Wednesday, august 22 6:30 - 8:00 pm

COCO

Date: Friday, July 20

Wednesday, august 29 6:30 - 8:00 pm

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Summer sounds concert Gold Sponsors CARS 3

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