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Fin d u s o n : S ca n H e re :

Recreational and Educational classes

for children, teens, adults, seniors and families.

1701 E . Ca p i to l D r i v e Sh o rewo o d , W I 53211 ( 414 ) 9 63 - 6913 x 4 w w w. s h o rewo o d s ch o o l s . o rg


WElCOME! We invite you to take a few moments to browse through our Winter-Spring ‘14 Activity Guide, featuring programs for all ages and interests.

Resident Online Registration b egins on Tuesday, December 3, 2013.

Shorewood Recreation Department Staff Martin Lexmond - Superintendent

MLexmond@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Deb Stolz - Director

DStolz@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Nick Phalin - Recreation Supervisor

NPhalin@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Megan Welch - Recreation Supervisor

MWelch@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Bobby Wood - Fitness Center Manager BWood@shorewood.k12.wi.us Nora Rangel-Kubacki - Secretary

NRangel-Kubacki@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Barb Xistris - Secretary

BXistris@shorewood.k12.wi.us

Plus the 100+ seasonal instructors who work very hard to provide you with the selection and quality of programs offered year-round.

MEET OuR COVER DESIGNER...

My name is Samantha Krieger, I am currently a junior at Shorewood High School. This is my second year taking graphic design. What I love most about this class, is its infinite possibilities for self expression. Here at Shorewood High School, I’m involved with the Best Buddies and the Guatemala Club. Outside of school, I really enjoy photography and being outdoors. Additionally, for the last nine years I’ve been an Irish dancer. I have lived in the Village of Shorewood my entire life and love all the great opportunities this community has offered me, including designing the cover for this guide.

The Shorewood High School Graphic Design Program is comprised of introductory, intermediate and advanced level classes. Within the program, students are taught various computer software programs. The higherlevel classes are taught in a design studio atmosphere wherein clients come to the class to present their ideas to the students and they work on projects that are both school as well as community based. Shorewood High School’s Graphic Design Programs are a helpful option for those students who plan on going into Graphic Design, Advertising, or other Communication related fields at the college level. - Jeff Zimpel & Iris Binor, SHS Graphic Design Teachers

The Shorewood School Board: Recreation Department Activity Guide November 2013 Published three times yearly: April, August, November Shorewood School District Recreation Department Office 1701 E Capitol Drive Shorewood, WI 53211 (414) 963-6913 x 4 - Phone (414) 961-3175 - FAX www.shorewoodschools.org

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Rob Reinhoffer - President Colin Plese - Vice President Ruth Treisman - Treasurer Paru Shah - Clerk David Cobb - Member

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Table of Contents programs

page Number

Birthday Parties....................................................................................35 Bright Beginnings Preschool Program........................................12 Community Contacts..........................................................................11

Registration Information Online Begins Resident - Tuesday, December 3 at 6:00 am Non-Resident - Monday, December 9 at 6:00 am Fax, Drop Box, Mail, Walk-In or Telephone Begins Resident & Non-Resident - Wednesday, December 18

Community Events..............................................................................26 General Information...................................................................32 - 33 Program Descriptions................................................................27 - 31 Registration Form.............................................................................. 34 Special Olympics .................................................................................11 Thank you Volunteers and Sponsors...........................................25

Adult and Senior Citizen Programs Starting in January ..............................................................6 - 7

EARLy REGISTRATIONS All forms received prior to the designated registration dates listed above, will be processed randomly on the first day of mail registration.

LATE FEE REGISTRATIONS All program registrations must occur 2 days prior to classes starting, or by the sign-up deadline. A $10 late fee will be assessed if we receive your registration after these two days or the deadline. Please register early.

The Shorewood Recreation Department will use email as our primary means of communication. This will be how we contact you on program waiting lists, cancellations, confirmations, notifications and updates.

Starting in February......................................................................7 Starting in March...................................................................8 - 9 Starting in April & May..........................................................9 - 10

Aquatics Community Swim Schedule .....................................................24 Swim Lessons: (Infants through Adults)............................21 - 23

ONLINE - Visit www.shorewoodschools.org for the easiest way to sign up. Click on the registration link to begin. Call us if you need assistance and we will be happy to walk you through with the online registration process. See page 33. Online registrations are processed instantly! FAX - Fax registration will only be accepted with VISA, MASTERCARD or DISCOVER payment. Complete a registration form with credit card information. Please call to confirm that we received your fax. Our FAX NUMBER is (414) 961-3175.

Water Aerobics...........................................................................23

Shorewood Community Fitness Center Fitness Decathlon........................................................................5

DROp BOX - Place your completed registration form along with your payment in a sealed envelope. The drop box is located on the outside doors leading to the Recreation Department office in the Administration Building at the High School.

General Information & New Programs.........................................5 Self-Defense Class.................................................................5

Youth Programs Boys Lacrosse...........................................................................15 Hershey Track and Field Meet...................................................19 Ski, Snowboard and Ice Skating................................................13

MAIL - Mail the registration form with your payment to Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department, 1701 E. Capitol Drive, Shorewood, WI 53211. WALk-IN - Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm & 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm. The Recreation Department office is located in the Administration Building on the first floor of Shorewood High School at 1701 E. Capitol Drive, Shorewood, WI 53211.

Starting in January.............................................................14 - 15 Starting in February....................................................................16 Starting in March, April & May............................................17 - 19 T-Ball & Coach-Pitch Baseball...................................................17

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Teen Programs and Activity Nights...........................................20

TELEphONE - (414) 963-6913 x 4. Telephone registration will be accepted only with VISA, MASTERCARD or DISCOVER payment. Telephone lines are limited, your patience is appreciated. 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.


Recreation Department Office Hours

Mission Statement

I N F O R M A T I O N

Telephone Numbers

Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Telephone: (414) 963-6913 x 4 VHE Pool Hotline: (414) 963-6913 x 1 Program Cancellations: (414) 963-6913 x 3 Fax: (414) 961-3175

School Locations & Telephone Numbers Atwater School 2100 East capitol Drive (414) 963-6962

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

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

Shorewood high School 1701 East capitol Drive (414) 963-6921

Shorewood Community Fitness Center (414) 961-3100

location

Shorewood High School Administrative Building, 1st Floor 1701 East Capitol Drive Shorewood, WI 53211

ShOREWOOD hIGh SchOOL cAMpuS MAp East Capitol Drive SHS Science Room 240 SHS Science Room 140 SHS Science Room 136 SHS Science Room 130

VHE Pool

SHS Front Lawn Conference Room #116

Rec. Dept.

VHE Pool Upper Lobby

SHS  Diamond

North Gym

Performing Arts Building

Science Building

Administration Building

Rec. Dept. Drop Box Physical Education Building

Parking Lot

Choir Room 273 Band Room 278 Dance Studio Room 276

Teachers Lounge

(2nd Floor)

Studio Theatre Room 179 SHS Orchestra Room 78 (Lower Level)

Entrance after 5:00 pm

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

SHS Pool

FIND uS ON

Entrance to SHS Parking Lot Bowling Lanes

Upper Gym (2nd Floor)

Arena

Bowling Lanes Youth Center (Lower Level)

North Oakland Avenue

FOOTBALL FIELD

Science Field

Coaches Conference Room 204 Mezz. Level

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Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm 12:30 - 4:30 pm closed: November 28 & 29 December 24, 25, 31 & January 1

The mission of the School District of Shorewood Recreation and Community Services 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.

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Shorewood Community FitneSS Center “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 training machines, cardiovascular machines and free weights. Our professional and caring staff ensures all members receive a complete and individualized fitness program. 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.shorewoodschools.org Bobby Wood - Fitness Center Manager BWood@shorewood.k12.wi.us

hOuRS OF OpERATION Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday & Sunday

5:00 am - 9:00 pm 5:00 am - 8:00 pm 7:00 am - 6:00 pm

Shorewood Community FitneSS Center During the month of March, 2014 Buy 5 Personal Training Sessions Get 1 Free! ( No coupon necessary)

StoP in and See what we have to oFFer: Cardio Machines Rower

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Benches Olympic Platform Free Weights Squat Racks

Weight Machines Group Exercise Functional Training Areas

and more....

Shorewood FitneSS Center winter-SPring ‘14 oFFeringS and new ProgramS PerSonal training Work with a trainer one on one, in groups, or take advantage of our fitness consultations. Get personalized adjustments and assistance with your workout plan at a very affordable price. Call or stop in for more information. Pricing and package information is available online at: www.shorewoodfitness.com.

SelF-deFenSe Seminar Age 15 - Adult The fact is, violence is sometimes unavoidable. In this class participants will be shown real-life situations, and then be able to safely demonstrate techniques during the seminar. Location: TBA Time: 5:30 - 6:30 pm Fee (per session): Resident - $16 / Non-Resident - $24 Date course # Wednesday, February 5 2100.1 Wednesday, March 5 2100.2

Shorewood FitneSS deCathlon During the month of April, the SCFC is holding a competition to find the most fit athlete in Shorewood! Members and non-SCFC members can participate in this event. Participants will have 30 days to complete and be scored in 10 different fitness related events. Each event will have a scoring table assigned to it, so the better the performance means a higher score. Events must be witnessed by a Shorewood Community Fitness Center staff member. The decathlon events will be released two weeks prior to the competition. The 10 events will be evenly divided among the following categories: • • • •

Strength Exercises Bodyweight Exercises Plyometric Exercises Running Events

The male and female winners will take home a fitness related prize, and be crowned Shorewood's Most Fit Athlete! course#: 2000.1 Fee: $5 - Registration fee only $15 - Registration fee, plus t-shirt with SCFC Decathlon logo Contact the Fitness Center for more information about these programs.


A Du l T EN R IC HME NT AN D EX ER C ISE PR O GR AM S B EG INN ING IN J AN uA RY Time 5:30 - 6:10 am

Mon Tue Wed Thu

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6:00 - 6:50 am 6:15 - 6:45 am

 

8:00 - 8:50 am

8:15 - 9:15 am 8:30 - 9:20 am

Dates

Location

Instructor

Fee R / N-R

course #

cardio Step

1/6 - 3/3

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Joanne Dixon

$60 / $90

2111.1

Aqua Boot camp

1/7 - 2/27

VHE Pool: 1/7 - 2/20 SHS Pool: 2/25- 2/27

Renee Scherck-Meyer

$56 / $84

2170.1

Boot camp Fitness

1/10 - 3/7

Joanne Dixon

$36 / $54

2110.1

Joanne Dixon

$44 / $66

2125.1

1/6 - 3/3

Full Body Overhaul

1/7 - 1/30

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

TBA

$30 / $45

2101.1

Muscle Fitness

1/6 - 3/3

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Joanne Dixon

$44 / $66

2125.2

Senior Strength with Balance & Flexibility

1/7 - 3/4

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$60 / $90

2121.1

pilates

1/11 - 3/8

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$36 / $54

2151.2

Step & Sculpt

1/10 - 3/7

Joanne Dixon

$36 / $54

2105.1

pilates

1/6 - 3/3

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$68 / $102

2151.1

1/11 - 3/8

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$36 / $54

2105.2

9:00 - 10:00 am

Step & Sculpt

9:00 - 11:00 am

pickleball

10:30 - 11:30 am

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1:00 - 3:00 pm 3:30 - 4:30 pm Mon: 4:00 - 4:45 pm Wed: 12:00 - 12:45 pm

4:30 - 5:15 pm

4:30 - 5:30 pm

5:00 - 5:30 pm 5:00 - 6:00 pm

 

6:00 - 7:00 pm

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Fitness Center Aerobics Room Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Muscle Fitness (Note: new day)

 

8:00 - 8:45 am

class

(Note: new day)

 

6:30 - 7:15 am 6:50 - 7:20 am

Sat

 

5:30 - 6:15 am

Fri

1/4 - 5/31

No class 3/8 & 3/29

Fitness Center Aerobics Room Fitness Center Aerobics Room Fitness Center Aerobics Room Fitness Center Aerobics Room Fitness Center Aerobics Room Range Line School Gym, Mequon Range Line School Conference Rm, Mequon Range Line School Gym, Mequon

Recreation Staff

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Never Too Old to Learn New Tricks: Facebook

1/20

pickleball

1/2 - 5/29

Senior Bowling

See Page 10

SHS Bowling Lanes

Recreation Staff

$30 / $45

2456.1

Full Body Overhaul

1/6 - 1/29

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

TBA

$30 / $45

2102.1

Arthritis Exercise program

1/7 - 1/30

SHS Staff Lounge

Jan Mahlberg

$28 / $42

2190.1

Jiu Jitsu Training

1/7 - 3/4

Nate Ziegler

$36 / $54

2468.1

kettle Bell circuit Training

1/9 - 3/6

Neal Schuster

$24 / $36

2104.1

Total Body conditioning

1/6 - 3/3

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$68 / $102

2180.1

Fit power Mix

1/7 - 3/4

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Otto Wichman

$68 / $102

2135.1

Strong & Fit Indoor / Outdoor Boot camp

1/6 - 2/26

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Renee Scherck-Meyer

$64 / $96

2187.1

TBA Recreation Staff

Fitness Center Aerobics Room Fitness Center Aerobics Room

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Free

2780.1

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A Du l T EN R IC HME NT AN D EX ER C ISE PR O GR AM S B EG INN ING IN J AN uA RY Time

Mon

Thu

Fri

Dates

Location

Instructor

Intro To computers Beginner

1/14 - 2/11

Nicolet High School Room C107

Mike Brown

$64 / $74

2743.1

Zumba Toning / Sentao

1/6 - 2/24

Lake Bluff Cafetorium

Michelle (Streng) Miller

$38 / $57

2146.1

Get prepared For Tax Season

1/29

Nicolet High School Athletic Conf Room A106

Bruce Wong Jess Henrickson & Dan McDermott

$6 / $16

2730.1

Latin Dance - Salsa

1/7 - 2/11

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

Rosalita Villa

$40 / $60

2250.1

Zumba

1/7 - 2/25 1/15 - 5/28

Lake Bluff Cafetorium

Michelle (Streng) Miller

$38 / $57

2146.2

Whitefish Bay Field House

Doug Kane

$40 / $50

2415.1

Nicolet High School Room C107

Mike Brown

$64 / $74

2744.1

SHS Arena

Recreation Staff

$20 / $30

2473.1

SHS North Gym

Recreation Staff

$46 / $69

2470.1

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7:00 - 8:00 pm

7:30 - 9:30 pm

Badminton

No class see page 27

Microsoft Word Beginner

1/14 - 2/11

Men’s Open Basketball

1/27 - 3/17

coed Open Volleyball

7:40 - 9:00 pm

Fee

class

6:30 - 8:30 pm

7:45 - 9:45 pm

Wed

6:00 - 7:20 pm 6:30 - 7:30 pm

Tue

No class 2/3

1/27 - 5/19 No class 2/17 & 3/31

R / N-R

course #

AD u l T ENR I CHM EN T AND E XE R CI SE PR OG R AM S BE GI NNI NG IN FEB R u AR Y Time

Mon Tue

Wed

6:30 - 7:15 am

Thu

Fri

Sat

Fee

class

Dates

Location

Instructor

Full Body Overhaul

2/4 - 2/27

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

TBA

$30 / $45

2101.2

Avis Marsh

$75 / $85

2602.1

TBA

Free

2780.2

TBA

$30 / $45

2102.2

R / N-R

course #

9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Sewing programs with Avis Marsh

2/10 - 4/14

10:30 - 11:30 am

Never Too Old to Learn New Tricks: Email

2/17

Mon: 4:00 - 4:45 pm Wed: 12:00 - 12:45 pm

Full Body Overhaul

2/3 - 2/26

Lydell Community Center Room 22, Whitefish Bay Range Line School Conference Rm, Mequon Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Arthritis Exercise program

2/4 - 2/27

SHS Staff Lounge

Jan Mahlberg

$28 / $42

2190.2

Self-Defense Seminar

2/5

TBA

TBA

$16 / $24

2100.1

Intro To computers Intermediate

2/18 - 3/18

Mike Brown

$64 / $74

2743.2

Indian comfort Foods

2/24

Nicolet High School Room C107 Nicolet High School Room B133 Lydell Community Center Room 22, Whitefish Bay

Susan Pack

$30 / $40

2606.1

Avis Marsh

$75 / $85

2602.2

2/18 - 3/25

SHS Dance Studio

Rosalita Villa

$40 / $60

2250.2

2/18 - 3/18

Nicolet High School Room C107

Mike Brown

$64 / $74

2744.2

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4:30 - 5:15 pm

5:30 - 6:30 pm

6:00 - 7:20 pm 6:00 - 8:30 pm

6:30 - 9:00 pm

7:00 - 8:00 pm

7:40 - 9:00 pm

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Sewing programs with Avis Marsh Latin Dance Merengue & Bachata Microsoft Word Intermediate

2/10 - 4/14

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A D ul T E NR IC HME NT A ND EX ER C ISE PR O GR AM S B EG INN ING IN M AR C H Time

Mon

5:30 - 6:10 am

Tue

Wed

 

8:00 - 8:50 am

8:30 - 9:20 am

 

 

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

Mon: 4:00 - 4:45 pm Wed: 12:00 - 12:45 pm

cardio Step

3/10 - 5/5

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Joanne Dixon

$60 / $90

2111.2

SHS Pool: 3/11 - 4/3 VHE Pool: 4/8 - 5/1

Renee Scherck-Meyer

$50 / $75

2170.2

3/14 - 5/9

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Joanne Dixon

$36 / $54

2110.2

Muscle Fitness

3/10 - 5/5

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Joanne Dixon

$44 / $66

2125.3

Full Body Overhaul

3/4 - 3/27

TBA

$30 / $45

2101.3

Joanne Dixon

$44 / $66

2125.4

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$60 / $90

2121.2

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$32 / $48

2151.4

3/11 - 5/1 No class 4/15 & 4/17

Muscle Fitness

3/10 - 5/5

Senior Strength with Balance & Flexibility

3/11 - 5/6

pilates

3/15 - 5/10

Step & Sculpt

3/14 - 5/9

pilates

3/10 - 5/5

Step & Sculpt

3/15 - 5/10

No class 4/19

No class 4/19

Fitness Center Aerobics Room Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Fitness Center Aerobics Room Fitness Center Aerobics Room Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Joanne Dixon

$36 / $54

2105.3

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$68 / $102

2151.3

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$32 / $48

2105.4

Never Too Old to Learn New Tricks: Internet

3/17

Range Line School Conference Rm, Mequon

TBA

Free

2780.3

Full Body Overhaul

3/3 - 3/26

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

TBA

$30 / $45

2102.3

Full Body Overhaul

3/31 - 4/23

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

TBA

$30 / $45

2102.4

Arthritis Exercise program

3/4 - 3/27

SHS Staff Lounge

Jan Mahlberg

$28 / $42

2190.3

Jiu Jitsu Training

3/11 - 5/6

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Nate Ziegler

$36 / $54

2468.2

kettle Bell circuit Training

3/13 - 5/8

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Neal Schuster

$24 / $36

2104.2

Total Body conditioning

3/10 - 5/5

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Elizabeth Klijnsmit

$68 / $102

2180.2

Self-Defense Seminar

3/5

TBA

TBA

$16 / $24

2100.2

Fit power Mix

3/11 - 5/6

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

Otto Wichman

$68 / $102

2135.2

4:30 - 5:30 pm

5:00 - 5:30 pm

5:30 - 6:30 pm

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course #

6:00 - 7:00 pm

Fee R / N-R

4:30 - 5:15 pm

5:00 - 6:00 pm

Instructor

(Note: new day)

8:15 - 9:15 am

Location

(Note: new day)

8:00 - 8:45 am

Dates

Boot camp Fitness

 

class

Aqua Boot camp

6:30 - 7:15 am 6:50 - 7:20 am

Sat

6:00 - 6:50 am 6:15 - 6:45 am

Fri

 

5:30 - 6:15 am

Thu

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AD ul T E NR IC HM EN T AND E XE R CI SE PR O GR A MS BE GIN NIN G IN MA R CH Time

Mon

6:00 - 7:00 pm

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

Dates

Location

Instructor

Strong & Fit Indoor / Outdoor Boot camp

3/10 - 4/30 No class 4/14 & 4/16

Fitness Center Aerobics Room & Outside

Renee Scherck-Meyer

$56 / $84

2187.2

Mike Brown

$64 / $74

2745.1

Michelle (Streng) Miller

$38 / $57

2146.4

course #

3/25 - 4/29

Nicolet High School Room C107

Zumba Toning / Sentao

3/10 - 4/28

Lake Bluff Cafetorium

The camera In your Smartphone

3/3

Nicolet High School Room D111

C.T. Kruger

$22 / $32

2746.1

Estate & Financial planning For peace of Mind

3/5

Nicolet High School Athletic Conf Room A106

Jess Henrickson Dan McDermott

$6 / $16

2730.2

Zumba

3/11 - 4/29

Lake Bluff Cafetorium

Michelle (Streng) Miller

$38 / $57

2146.3

Natural Lawn care

3/3

Amy Joyce

$15 / $25

2740.1

6:30 - 8:30 pm

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7:00 - 8:00 pm

7:00 - 8:30 pm

R / N-R

Microsoft Excel Intermediate

6:00 - 7:20 pm 6:30 - 7:30 pm

Fee

class

No class 4/15

Atwater Gym on 3/17

Atwater Gym on 3/18

Lydell Community Center Room 19, Whitefish Bay

AD u l T E NR I CHM EN T AND E XE R CI SE P RO GR A MS BE GIN NIN G IN APR Il Time

Mon Tue

6:30 - 7:15 am 10:30 - 11:30 am

Fri

Sat

Dates

Location

Instructor

Full Body Overhaul

4/1 - 4/24

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

TBA

$30 / $45

3101.4

Never Too Old to Learn New Tricks: computer health

4/14

Range Line School Conference Rm, Mequon

TBA

Free

3780.1

Arthritis Exercise program

4/1 - 4/29

SHS Staff Lounge

Jan Mahlberg

$32 / $48

3190.1

Light Indian Meal

4/28

Nicolet High School Room B133

Susan Pack

$30 / $40

3606.1

Money 101

4/9

Nicolet High School Athletic Conf Room A106

Jess Henrickson Dan McDermott

$6 / $16

3730.1

Men’s Open Basketball

4/7 - 5/19

SHS Arena

Recreation Staff

$20 / $30

3473.1

Shorewood choral Arts

4/8 - 6/3

SHS Performing Arts Bldg Room 273

Jason Clark

$80 / $120

3560.1

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6:30 - 8:30 pm

 7:00 - 9:00 pm

90+ cLuB

9

Fee

class

4:30 - 5:15 pm 6:00 - 8:30 pm

Wed Thu

Reg is t er onl ine a t www .s h orew ood s ch ools . org

R / N-R

course #

New Are you 90 years or older, live in Shorewood, and participate in Shorewood Recreation Department programs? If so, please contact the Recreation Department ! You are eligible to participate in our programs FREE. The 90+ Club does not include co-op programs, vendor programs, and fieldtrips.


A D ul T E NR IC HME NT A ND EX ER C IS E PR O GR AM S B EG INN ING IN M AY Time

Mon Tue Wed Thu

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SENIOR BOWLING

Sat

Sun

class

Dates

Location

Instructor

American Red cross Lifeguarding certification

5/2 - 5/11

SHS West Mac Lab & VHE Pool

Amy Johnson

$240 / $290

3383.1

Arthritis Exercise program

5/1 - 5/29

SHS Staff Lounge

Jan Mahlberg

$32 / $48

3190.2

unlocking Social Security: Making your Benefits Work For you

5/7

Nicolet High School Athletic Conf Room A106

Jess Henrickson Dan McDermott

$6 / $16

3730.2

New!

55 + This recreational bowling program is for senior bowlers of all skill levels. Whether you are interested in competition, socializing, or improving your game, this league is for you. Each class, participants have the opportunity to bowl as many games as they wish between 3:30 and 4:30 pm. Bowlers have the option of keeping score for leisure or for competition. Fee includes shoe and ball rental for all meeting dates. course #: 2456.1 Location: Shorewood High School Bowling Lanes Date: Monday, January 6 & 20, February 3 & 17, March 3 & 17, May 5 & 19 Time: 3:30 - 4:30 pm Fee: Resident - $30 / Non-Resident - $45

ADuLT SOFTBALL LEAGuES Our adult softball league will begin in late April. Packets with league information will be available beginning February 1, 2014. All games will be played at the SHS Diamond. To request a packet, please call the Recreation Department at (414) 963-6913 x 4, email Nick Phalin at NPhalin@shorewood.k12.wi.us or visit our website at: www.shorewoodschools.org Women’s Open (18 and over) - Monday Men’s Master (35 and over) - Tuesday Men’s Open (21 and over) - Thursday

FuTSAL LEAGuE

New

Interested in joining a futsal league? The Recreation Dept. is putting one together this February - April. Futsal is an exciting, fast-paced small sided football game that is widely played across the world and is officially recognized by both UEFA and FIFA. Futsal is a five-aside game, played on a flat indoor pitch such as a basketball court, with smaller goals and a size 4 ball with reduced bounce. It is played to touchlines with no play off walls like indoor soccer. Information packets will be available January 10. To receive a registration form, contact Nick at NPhalin@shorewood.k12.wi.us , (414) 963-6913 x 4, or visit our website at: www.shorewoodschools.org.

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Fee

Fri

R / N-R

pIckLEBALL

course #

New!

Adult Yes, PICKLEBALL - the fun game with the funny name! Pickleball is a combination of badminton, tennis and table tennis, and is enjoyed by people of all ages. Pickleball is played on a badmintonsized court, with a tennis-height net, table tennis-type paddle, and a wiffle ball, usually as doubles. This game has few rules and is far less strenuous than tennis. It is easy to learn and provides plenty of exercise and eye-hand coordination; a game of strategy for both men and women; you don’t have to be tall and powerful. Want to watch a video? Go to USAPA.org, click on link to “What is Pickleball?” Feel free to sit in on any open court session to see if you’d like it or register for a FREE CLINIC. Limited space is available, so sign up today. Free clinic course #: Time: Date: Location:

1416.4 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Saturday, December 14 Range Line School Gym, Mequon

Pickleball participants may purchase a punch card in the Recreation Department during office hours which is good for 10 plays for either Thursday or Saturday. Each participant is responsible for bringing their card and punching it each time they play. Punch cards become valid starting November 2. Drop in fee is $5.00 for participants to play just one day without a punch card. Location: punch card Fee:

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Range Line School Gym, Mequon Resident - $30 / Non-Residents - $33


C OM M uN IT Y PR O GR A MS ShOREWOOD cOMMuNITy GARDENS - 2014 The Shorewood School District is providing the opportunity to rent a community garden plot at Shorewood High School or Lake Bluff for the 2014 growing season. Availability is mid-April through mid-November, 2014. 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: Residents - $60 / Non-Residents - $90 Location course #: Lake Bluff Gardens 3201.2 SHS Gardens 3201.1

cOMMuNITy cONTAcTS IF yOu hAVE ANy quESTIONS ABOuT ThESE GROupS, pLEASE cONTAcT ThEM AT ThESE NuMBERS OR EMAIL ADDRESSES.

Senior Resource Center Elizabeth price - 847-2727 villageofshorewood.org Shorewood Swim Club shorewoodswimclub.com

Milwaukee Table Tennis Club Linda Leaf - 281-3123 milwaukeettc.org

Shorewood Kickers kristin yatso - 963-6334 shorewoodkickers.com

Milestones Program for Children 964 - 5545 milestonesprograms.org

Shorewood Historical Society karen dehartog - 964 - 5258 shorewoodhistory.org

Shorewood Men’s Club shorewoodmensclub.org

Shorewood High School Drama Dept. Box Office - 963 - 6940 shorewooddrama.org Shorewood Foundation 847 - 2702 shorewoodfoundation.org

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Seed Foundation shorewoodseed.org

Shorewood Girls Softball Liz Escobar - 963-1520 burnbar@sbcglobal.net Shorewood Little League Rick Frieseke - 731-9875 shorewoodlittleleague.com

SPECIAl OlYMPICS

The Recreation Department is the Agency Manager for Shorewood Special Olympics. If you have a child age 8-21 with special needs that is looking to stay active, meet friends, socialize, and have fun while playing sports, sign up today! Please contact the Recreation Department for more information as to sports offered and schedules. Snowshoe practice will begin in lateNovember/early-December. Track & Field practices will begin in early March. If you have not previously participated in Special Olympics through the Shorewood Recreation Department, please contact Megan at MWelch@shorewood.k12.wi.us for more information before signing up. Practice times will be established during the Winter and Spring seasons. Fee: Resident - $0 / Non-Resident - $20 Location: TBA Sport course #: Snowshoeing 2455.1 Track & Field 3455.1

donation For reCreation Rounding up your program fee helps provide financial support for the Shorewood Recreation and Community Service Department in providing programs to preschool, youth, adult and senior citizens. Keep us in mind as you pay your registration fees this Winter/Spring!

SPeCial thankS to thoSe who Contributed during 2013. you have made a diFFerenCe! Beth Ayers Rachel N. Baum Christina Clancy Liz Escobar Sue Froelich Sheila Jhansale

Andrea Khan Nan Kim-Paik Mary Lang Lori Saqer Christin & Oscar Wille Scott Yanoff


B RI GHT B EG I NNI NGS PR ES CHOOl 2014 - 2015 S CHOOl YE A R - S CHOOl D I STR ICT OF S HORE W OOD Must be at least 2 years and 10 months by September 1, 2014 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 child to freely explore and grow in important skill development areas, including: large and fine motor, 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 his or her feelings of self-worth, self-confidence, respect, and appreciation of others, and 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 2014-2015 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 completely toilet trained, you will be required to be present in the classroom to 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. 2014-2015 Tuition payments: A $200 nonrefundable deposit is required at time of registration to reserve a space for your child. Payment plans are available at registration. 50% of the tuition must be paid by March 1st and the remaining balance must be paid by September 1st, unless you are on an established payment plan. Receive a $100 tuition discount if tuition is paid in full at registration. No refunds or credit will be given for this program. Feel free to contact the Shorewood Recreation Department at (414) 963-6913 x 4 to set up a time to observe the Bright Beginnings Preschool while school is in session.

BRIGhT BEGINNINGS AT ATWATER SchOOL

BRIGhT BEGINNINGS AT LAkE BLuFF SchOOL

Location: Teacher:

Early Education Building, SE corner Sharon Maier

Location: Teacher:

Early Education Building, NW corner Teresa Freding

course #: Day: Date: Time: Tuition:

5290.1 Monday, Wednesday, Friday September 8 - June 5, 2015 8:30 - 11:00 am $1,600 (for both Residents and Non-Residents)

course #: Day: Date: Time: Tuition:

5290.3 Monday, Wednesday, Friday September 8 - June 5, 2015 8:30 - 11:00 am $1,600 (for both Residents and Non-Residents)

course #: Day: Date: Time: Tuition:

5290.2 Tuesday and Thursday September 9 - June 4, 2015 8:30 - 11:00 am $1,200 (for both Residents and Non-Residents)

course #: Day: Date: Time: Tuition:

5290.4 Tuesday and Thursday September 9 - June 4, 2015 8:30 - 11:00 am $1,200 (for both Residents and Non-Residents)

course #: Day: Date: Time: Tuition:

5290.5 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday September 9 - June 5, 2015 12:30 - 3:00 pm $1,600 (for both Residents and Non-Residents)

your invited to Bright Beginnings preschool Open house! For current and prospective parents and students. On Thursday, January 23, 2014 from 6:30 - 7:30 pm at Atwater & Lake Bluff Early Education Building Classrooms.

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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 Elementary Schools. The supervison is available Monday through Friday from 7:00 am - 6:00 pm. Students must be at least three (3) 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) 9645545 as availability is limited.


Y Ou T H WI NT ER PR O GR A MS SkI AND SNOWBOARD cLuB - LEARN TO SkI OR SNOWBOARD AT SuNBuRST Grade 4 - 12 Whether you are an experienced skier/snowboarder or have never tried it, this program is for you. Each session includes one hour of lessons with the remaining time for open skiing or snowboarding. Plus each participant who completes the lessons will receive a Sunburst Ski Club Membership, allowing them to come back any time after completing the program and ski for the day for a nominal fee. Prices include bus transportation. Minimum number of 15 is required, so sign up early! This is a great program to sign up with a friend. All registrations and Sunburst paperwork must be completed no later than Friday, December 13. All participants must rent a helmet if they do not bring their own. Helmet rental is $20 for the 4 week session. Date: Tuesday, January 7 - February 4 (No class January 28) ReGISTRATION DeADLINe IS FRIDAY, DeCeMBeR 13! Time: 3:30 pm departure from SHS Parking lot. Return to SHS Parking lot at 8:30 pm.

No refunds or credit will be given after this date.

package

Includes

price

Ski - Rental

Lessons, lift ticket, SKI AND BOOT RENTAL, Ski Club Membership and transportation.

Ski - Non-Rental

Lessons, lift ticket, Ski Club Membership and transportation.

Snowboard - Rental

Lessons, lift ticket, BOARD AND BOOT RENTAL, Ski Club Membership and transportation.

Snowboard - Non-Rental

Lessons, lift ticket, Ski Club Membership, and transportation.

Helmet Rental

Helmet is required for all four above programs.

Resident - $200 Non-Resident - $250 Resident - $190 Non-Resident - $240 Resident - $225 Non-Resident - $275 Resident - $210 Non-Resident - $260 $20 (4 week session)

course # 2940.1 2940.2 2940.3 2940.4 2940.5

IcE SkATING LESSONS AT pETTIT NATIONAL IcE cENTER Age 3 - 12 Is your child interested in learning how to ice skate? Designed by U.S. Figure Skating, the Learn to Skate Classes enable beginning skaters to experience the fundamentals of the sport to start a lifetime commitment to health and fitness. Each session will have goals for participants to master before moving on to the next level. To see which lesson is right for your child, please see descriptions below. Be sure to choose the appropriate level. Classes meet once a week for 6 weeks. Recommended equipment: helmet, mittens/gloves, long/snow pants, sweatshirts, winter jacket, and skates. Skates can be rented at the Pettit for an additional fee. Fee includes six 40 minute classes, 20 minutes of designated skating time. Participants only practice time is immediately following every class. Complimentary public skating on day of class when available, plus 4 additional complimentary public skating passes to be used for practice time on non-class days throughout session. To register, visit our website or call the Recreation Department. Tot N Me - This is a unique opportunity for a parent and a child to skate together. Registration fee includes one child, ages 3 - 5 years, and one adult. The parent/adult must be on the ice wearing skates (with their child) during all lessons. Snowplow Sam - This program is a progression of three classes designed to teach the fundamentals of skating to children, ages 3 - 5 years, with little or no skating experience. Skaters will learn basic balance and skating skills in an age appropriate and fun environment. Please specify level. Snowplow Sam 1 - Sit and stand with skates on, marching and gliding with two feet. Snowplow Sam 2 - Long glides, forward and backward sizzles. Snowplow Sam 3 - Forward skating, stopping and curves. hockey Tots - This class is designed for those ages 3 - 5 with little or no skating experience that have hockey on the brain. Class participants will learn the basics of skating with and without their hockey sticks including falling and getting up, marching, 2-foot glides, stopping and more. The focus will be on skating skills and not the actual game of hockey. Although this is a hockey

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geared class it is always recommended for new skaters to begin in figure skates and change to hockey skates once a solid sense of balance has been established. Basic 1 - 8 - The Basic Skills Program teaches students progressively more difficult moves through eight levels of skating. Upon competition of the Basic 1 through 8 Program, skaters will have knowledge of the sport enabling them to advance to more specialized areas of skating. If a child is skating (or taking lessons) for the first time, the student should register for the Basic 1 class level. Students are evaluated at the first class session to gauge their skill/ability level, and are placed in another class if the their skill is applicable. Please specify level. Basic 1 - Proper techniques to fall & get up, marching, two foot glides & stops Basic 2 - Backward skating, one foot glides, two foot turns & snowplow stops Basic 3 - Forward stroking, two foot spins & essence of actual gliding and skating Basic 4 - Forward edges, crossovers & backward snowplow stops Basic 5 - Backward edges, crossovers & one foot spins Basic 6 - Beginning jumps, turns & spirals Basic 7 - More advanced jumps, turns & edge work Basic 8 - Combining moves, jumps & spins with new techniques


Y Ou T H PR O GR AM S B EG INN ING I N J ANu AR Y Time

Age

8:00 - 8:30 am

2 - 4 yrs with adult

9:10 - 9:40 am

9 months - 4 yrs with adult

9:50 - 10:20 am

9 months - 4 yrs with adult

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5 - 6 7 - Adult

class

Days

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

course #

Mommy/Daddy & Me Ballet

Tues

1/21 - 2/25

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$24 / $36

2535.5

K4

Music Maker & More

Tues

1/21 - 2/18

Lydell Community Center Room 19, Whitefish Bay

$55 / $65

2232.1

K4

Music Maker & More

Tues

1/21 - 2/18

Lydell Community Center Room 19, Whitefish Bay

$55 / $65

2232.2

Family Snowshoeing

Sat

1/25 - 2/22

Estabrook Park Parking Lot

$26 / $39

No class 2/15

2950.1

Tennis Instruction pee Wee

Sat

1/11 - 2/15

SHS North Gym

$20 / $30

2425.1

Roller-Skate Day

Mon

1/20

SHS Parking Lot

$15

2982.1

Tiny Tumblers

Sat

1/11 - 2/15

SHS Upper Gym

$18 / $24

2420.1

Tennis Instruction Beginner

Sat

1/11 - 2/15

SHS North Gym

$20 / $30

2425.2

Tiny Tumblers

Sat

1/11 - 2/15

SHS Upper Gym

$24 / $36

2420.2

Bowling parent & child

Sun

1/19 - 2/23

SHS Bowling Lanes

$22 / $33

2454.1

7-8

Teen Strength & Agility

Wed

1/8 - 3/5

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

$45 / $68

2195.1

7 - 11

American Red cross Babysitting

Wed

1/22 & 1/29

SHS Conference Room 116

$110 / $160

2720.1

Bowling

Sun

1/19 - 2/23

SHS Bowling Lanes

$22 / $33

2454.2

piano Lessons

Mon

1/13 - 2/17

Atwater Room 105

$245 / $295

2545.1

4

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

12:00 - 12:45 pm

K5

12:15 - 3:45 pm 1:00 - 1:30 pm

7-8 2 - 3 yrs with adult

1:00 - 1:45 pm

1:45 - 2:30 pm

2:00 - 3:15 pm

2:30 - 3:15 pm

2:45 - 6:15 pm

3:30 - 8:00 pm 3:45 - 4:30 pm

K5

Zumba kids

Thurs

1/9 - 2/27

Atwater Multipurpose Room

$40 / $60

2147.1

Volleyball Instruction

Thurs

1/16 - 2/6

Lake Bluff Gym

$24 / $36

2430.1

Learning To Sew Basic

Wed

1/22 - 2/26

Lydell Community Center Room 22, Whitefish Bay

$50 / $60

2703.1

young American Martial Arts

Mon

Lake Bluff Gym

$190 / $240

2465.1

Ballet

Wed

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$30 / $45

2535.1

3:45 - 5:15 pm

6

14

3 yrs

K4

Per Person

3:45 - 5:00 pm

4:00 - 4:30 pm

Per Person

3:15 - 4:30 pm

4:00 - 4:45 pm

1

7 - 10

1/6 - 3/24 No class 1/20

1/8 - 2/12

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Y Ou T H PR O GR AM S B EG INN ING I N J ANu AR Y Time

Age

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5 - 6 7 - Adult

4:00 - 5:30 pm

2

4:30 - 5:15 pm

2

4:30 - 5:45 pm

how to Eat a Brownie: children’s Etiquette young American Martial Arts 7-8

5:00 - 5:45 pm

K5

5:30 - 6:30 pm

5:45 - 7:15 pm

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

course #

Wed

1/8 - 1/22

SHS  P.E. Building Coaches Conference Room

$76 / $114

2710.1

1/6 - 3/24

Lake Bluff Gym

$190 / $240

2465.2

Mon

No class 1/20

Sun

1/19 - 2/23

SHS Bowling Lanes

$22 / $33

2454.3

Ballet

Wed

1/8 - 2/12

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$30 / $45

2535.2

chess Beginning - Intermediate

Tues

1/28 - 4/1

Nicolet High School Room B111

$95 / $105

2755.1

7-8

North Shore Lacrosse Girls Skills clinic

Sat

1/4 - 1/18

Nicolet High School Gym 2

$50 / $60

2493.5

7 - 12

how to Eat a Brownie: children’s Etiquette

Wed

1/8 - 1/22

SHS  P.E. Building Coaches Conference Room

$76 / $114

2710.2

Ballet

Wed

1/8 - 2/12

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$30 / $45

2535.3

1/6 - 2/24

SHS Upper Gym

$20 / $30

2421.1

6:00 - 6:45 pm

Days

Bowling

 

5:00 - 6:15 pm

class

6:00 - 7:00 pm

Gymnastic Instruction

Mon

6:30 - 7:45 pm

chess Intermediate - Advanced

Tues

1/28 - 4/1

Nicolet High School Room B111

$95 / $105

2755.2

Ballet

Wed

1/8 - 2/12

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$30 / $45

2535.4

Mindful yoga

Thurs

1/9 - 2/27

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$38 / $57

2134.1

7:00 - 7:45 pm 7:00 - 8:15 pm

9 - 12

No class 1/20 & 1/27

YO uT H B OY S l AC R OS SE PR OG R AM Grade Grade Grade 7-8 3-4 5-6

Location

Dates

Time

Indoor - SHS Arena

Sunday, February 23 - March 23 and Tuesday & Thursday, March 25 - June 5 (No Session on 4/1 & 4/3)

2:00 - 3:00 pm

Outdoor - Atwater Soccer Field

4:00 - 5:00 pm

Fee R / N-R

$120 / $160

course #

Equipment Rental Fee

2493.1 $30

Indoor - SHS Arena

Outdoor - SHS Football Field

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Indoor - SHS Arena Outdoor - SHS Football Field

Sunday, February 23 - March 23 and Monday and Wednesday, March 24 - June 4 (No Session on 3/31, 4/2 & 5/26)

6:00 - 7:30 pm

Sunday, February 23 - March 23 and Monday and Wednesday, March 24 - June 4 (No Session on 3/31, 4/2 & 5/26)

6:00 - 7:30 pm

3:00 - 4:00 pm

4:00 - 5:00 pm

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$175 / $225

2493.2

$175 / $225

2493.3

Course # 2493.4


YO uT H P R OG RA M S BE GI NNIN G IN FEB R uA R Y Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5 - 6 7 - Adult

Time

Age

9:10 - 9:40 am

9 months - 4 yrs with adult

K4

9:30 - 10:30 am

3 yrs

1

9:30 - 11:00 am 9:50 - 10:20 am

4 9 months - 4 yrs with adult

K4

10:00 am - 12:30 pm

11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Music Maker & More

Tues

2/25 - 3/25

Lydell Community Center Room 19, Whitefish Bay

$55 / $65

2232.3

Roamer The Robot Beebot / Logo camp

Sat

2/15 - 3/8

Lydell Community Center Room 22, Whitefish Bay

$50 / $60

2775.1

climbing Team Beginners

Sat

2/1 - 3/22

Milwaukee Turners Climbing Gym

$150 / $200

2241.1

Music Maker & More

Tues

2/25 - 3/25

Lydell Community Center Room 19, Whitefish Bay

$55 / $65

2232.4 2703.2

2/1 - 3/1

Lydell Community Center Room 22, Whitefish Bay

$55 / $65

4

7-8

Shorewood Drama Junior Pop Goes the world

Sat

2/22 - 5/24

SHS Youth Center

$140 / $190

5

Lego crazy Action contraptions

Sat

2/15 - 3/8

Lydell Community Center Room 22, Whitefish Bay

$50 / $60

2775.2

Make It yourself!

Sat

2/8 - 3/1

Nicolet High School Room B133

$80 / $90

2607.1

7 - 12

No class 3/29

Zany Zines

Wed

2/5 - 2/26

Lake Bluff Room 215

$26 / $39

2648.2

K5

Art International

Wed

2/5 - 2/26

Atwater Room 213

$16 / $24

2655.1

youth Nia

Wed

2/5 - 2/26

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$18 / $27

2156.1

K5

Zany Zines

Mon

2/3 - 2/24

Atwater Room 213

$26 / $39

2648.1

K5

Art International

Tues

2/4 - 2/25

Lake Bluff Room 215

$16 / $24

2655.2

1

Mechanical Engineering Master Machines

Thurs

2/13 - 3/27

Atwater Room 213

$70 / $105

2778.1

hip-hop Dance

Wed

2/19 - 3/26

$26 / $39

2585.1

hip-hop Dance

Wed

2/19 - 3/26

SHS Dance Studio Room 276 SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$26 / $39

2585.2

Self-Defense Seminar

Wed

2/5

TBA

$16 / $24

2100.1

$26 / $39

2585.3

$220 / $240

2705.1

Whitefish Bay High School $220 / $230 Room 253

2705.2

K4 K5

 15 years adult

No class 3/6

No class 3/19 No class 3/19

hip-hop Dance

Wed

2/19 - 3/26

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

11 - 12

AcT Workshop

Mon

2/17 - 4/7

Nicolet High School Room F128

11 - 12

AcT Workshop

Tues

2/18 - 4/8

hip-hop Dance

Wed

2/19 - 3/26

No class 3/19

6:30 - 8:30 pm

7:00 - 7:45 pm

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2574.1 2574.2 (Tech)

5:30 - 6:30 pm 6:00 - 6:45 pm

course #

K5

3:45 - 4:45 pm

5:00 - 5:45 pm

Fee R / N-R

Sat

6

3 yrs

Location

Learning to Sew Intermediate

7 - 12

4:00 - 4:45 pm

Dates

7 - 10

2:00 - 4:30 pm

3:30 - 4:30 pm

Days

6

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

2:30 - 3:30 pm

7-8

class

No class 3/19

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SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$26 / $39

2585.4


Y Ou T H PR O GR AM S B EG INN ING IN M AR C H Time

Age

8:00 - 8:30 am

2 - 4 yrs with adult

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5 - 6 7 - Adult

Dates

Location

Fee R / N-R

course #

3/4 - 4/22 No class 3/18 & 4/1

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$24 / $36

2521.1

Sat

3/8 - 3/22

SHS Arena & North Gym

$20 / $30

2436.1

Sat

3/8 - 3/22

SHS Arena & North Gym

$30 / $45

2436.2

Sat

3/8 - 3/22

SHS Arena & North Gym

$30 / $45

2436.3

Teen Strength & Agility

Wed

3/12 - 5/7

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

$40 / $60

2195.2

Lake Bluff Room 215

$26 / $39

2650.1

class

Days

Mommy/Daddy & Me Jazz & Tap Dance

Tues

10:30 - 11:30 am

Shorewood Little League Baseball camp

11:45 am - 1:15 pm

1:45 - 3:15 pm 2:30 - 3:15 pm

7-8

2:30 - 3:30 pm

No class 4/2

3/5 - 4/9

K5

Woven Wonders

Wed

K5

printmaking

Wed

3/5 - 3/26

Atwater Room 213

$16 / $24

2656.2

youth Nia

Wed

3/5 - 3/26

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$18 / $27

2156.2

Atwater Room 213

$26 / $39

2650.2

3/4 - 3/25

Lake Bluff Room 215

$16 / $24

2656.1

3/3 - 4/14

Atwater Room 105

$245 / $295

2545.2

3/13 - 5/1

Atwater Multipurpose Room

$36 / $54

2147.2

3/4 - 4/29

Atwater Room 106

$40 / $60

2133.1

3/12 - 5/7

Lydell Community Center Room 22, Whitefish Bay

$65 / $75

2703.3

3/4 - 4/29

Fitness Center Aerobics Room

$44 / $66

2134.2

7 - 12 K5

Woven Wonders

Mon

K5

printmaking

Tues

piano Lessons

Mon

Zumba kids

Thurs

3:30 - 4:30 pm

3:30 - 8:00 pm

3:45 - 4:30 pm

K5

3:45 - 4:45 pm

K5

7-8

Mindful yoga for kids

Tues

6

7 - 10

Learning To Sew Studio

Wed

9 - 12

Mindful yoga

Tues

3:45 - 5:15 pm 7:00 - 8:15 pm

No class 3/19 & 4/2

3/3 - 4/7 No class 3/17 & 3/31

No class 3/31 No class 4/3 No class 3/25 & 4/1 No class 4/16 No class 4/1

T - BA l l & CO AC H-P IT CH B AS EB Al l PR O GR A MS DEADLINE: ApRIL 18

* GRADES FOR hITTERS T-BALL AND SLuGGERS cOAch-pITch ARE AS OF ThE 2014 - 2015 SchOOL yEAR Time

Grade k4 - k5

Grade 1-2

K4 See Page 27

K5 1 2

17

class

Dates

hitters T-Ball program

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: ApRIL 18

Sluggers coach-pitch program

Saturday 5/19 - 7/26

Location

Fee R / N-R

course # 4401.1

Lake Bluff Diamond

Reg is t er onl ine a t w ww. s hor ewood s c hoo ls .or g

$60 / $90

4401.2

per course

4402.1 4402.2


YO uT H PR O GR A MS BE GIN NIN G IN APR Il Time

Age

9:10 - 9:40 am

9 months - 4 yrs with adult

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade k4-k5 1 - 2 3-4 5 - 6 7 - Adult

9:30 - 11:00 am 9:50 - 10:20 am

4

7-8

9 months - 4 yrs with adult

2:30 - 3:30 pm

Fee

class

Days

Dates

Location

Music Maker & More

Tues

4/22 - 5/20

Lydell Community Center Room 19, Whitefish Bay

$55 / $65

3232.1

climbing TeamAdvanced

Sat

4/26 - 5/31

Milwaukee Turners Climbing Gym

$150 / $200

3241.1

Music Maker & More

Tues

4/22 - 5/20

Lydell Community Center Room 19, Whitefish Bay

$55 / $65

3232.2

R / N-R

course #

K5

Art & Nature

Wed

4/16 - 5/7

Lake Bluff Room 215

$26 / $39

3652.1

K5

painting In color

Wed

4/9 - 4/30

Atwater Room 213

$16 / $24

3656.1

youth Nia 

Wed

4/9 - 4/30

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$18 / $27

3156.1

7 - 12 K5

Art & Nature

Mon

4/14 - 5/5

Atwater Room 213

$26 / $39

3652.2

K5

painting In color

Tue

4/8 - 4/29

Lake Bluff Room 215

$16 / $24

3656.2

piano Lessons

Mon

4/28 - 5/19

Atwater Room 105

$170 / $220

3545.1

T-Ball Instruction

Tues

4/22 - 5/20

Lake Bluff Diamond

$16 / $24

3460.1

ultimate Frisbee

Mon

4/28 - 5/19

Atwater Field

$16 / $24

3401.1

young American Martial Arts

Mon

4/7 - 6/30

Lake Bluff Gym

$190 / $240

3465.1

Jazz & Tap Dance

Wed

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$30 / $45

3521.1

young American Martial Arts

Mon

Lake Bluff Gym

$190 / $240

3465.2

Jazz & Tap Dance

Wed

4/9 - 5/14

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$30 / $45

3521.2

Jazz & Tap Dance

Wed

4/9 - 5/14

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$30 / $45

3521.3

Jazz & Tap Dance

Wed

4/9 - 5/14

SHS Dance Studio Room 276

$30 / $45

3521.4

3:30 - 4:30 pm

3:30 - 8:00 pm

3:45 - 4:30 pm

3:45 - 5:00 pm

4:00 - 4:30 pm 4:00 - 4:45 pm

3 yrs

6:00 - 6:45 pm 7:00 - 7:45 pm

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1

K4

2

4:30 - 5:15 pm 5:00 - 5:45 pm

K5

  

7-8

No class 5/26

4/9 - 5/14 4/7 - 6/30 No class 5/26

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HE RS HEY T R AC K AND F IEl D M EE T Coed, Age 9 - 14 Local Qualifying Meet for District Hershey Meet Date: Friday, May 30 Location: Shorewood High School Track Fee: FREE Time: 4:00 pm (Check in time begins at 3:45 pm) Local winners will advance to the District Meet. Registration: Return the 2014 Hershey Track & Field form to the Shorewood Recreation Department by Monday, May 26 at Noon. The Recreation Department must verify your child’s date of birth from your child’s ORIGINAL birth certificate at the office. No copies of the birth certificate will be accepted. Age Divisions - Boys and Girls: Participants compete per their age as of December 31, 2014. 9 & 10 year olds (born in 2004 or 2005) 11 & 12 year olds (born in 2002 or 2003) 13 & 14 year olds (born in 2000 or 2001)

Events: 9 & 10 year olds - 50, 100, 200 & 400 meter dash, 4 x 100 meter relay, standing long jump and softball throw 11 & 12 year olds - 100, 200 & 400 meter dash, 800 meter run, 4 x 100 meter relay, standing long jump, softball throw 13 & 14 year olds - 100, 200 meter dash, 800 & 1,600 meter run, 4 x 100 meter relay, standing long jump, softball throw

District Meet: Location:

Saturday, June 21 West Allis-West Milwaukee

Race / Event Eligibility *Enter in two running events (includes relay) and one field event OR two field events and one running event (includes relay).

State Meet: Location:

Saturday, June 28 West Allis-West Milwaukee

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Y Ou T H PR O GR AM S B EG INN ING IN M AY Time

Age

Grade Grade Grade Grade Grade k4 - k5 1 - 2 3-4 5 - 6 7 - Adult

See Page 29

10:00 - 11:45 am 3:45 - 4:30 pm 4:45 - 5:30 pm 7:00 - 9:00 pm

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K5 3 yrs

1

K4 6

class

Days

Date

Location

Fee R / N-R

course #

Age 15+

American Red cross Lifeguarding certification

Fri, Sat & Sun

5/2 - 5/11

SHS West Mac Lab VHE Pool

$240 / $290

3383.1

7-8

Fastpitch Greyhound Girls clinic

Sat

5/3 - 5/24

SHS Diamond

$36 / $54

3435.1

SLap (Soccer Learn & play)

Thurs

5/1 - 5/22

Atwater Diamond

$52 / $78

3440.1

SLap (Soccer Learn & play)

Thurs

5/1 - 5/22

Atwater Diamond

$52 / $78

3440.2

6th Grade Activity Night

Fri

5/2

SIS Commons

$5

3802.1

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T EE N PR O GR AM S INTRAMuRAL SpORTS

AcTIVITy NIGhTS Grade 7 - 8 Come join your friends at Activity Night for lots of fun and music. Activity Nights include a DJ for dancing and open gym. Activity Nights will be held from 7:00 - 9:00 pm at the Shorewood Intermediate School. Activity Nights will be supervised by parent chaperones. For more information call Nick Phalin at the Recreation Department, (414) 963-6913 x 4 or email at: NPhalin@shorewood.k12.wi.us. Students must pre-register for the activity nights. We will not accept money at the door. Concessions are available for purchase at a nominal price. Students should not bring more than $5 for concessions per Activity Night. Day: Friday Remaining 3 Dates

Fee $15

course # 2801.3

Individual Dates January 10, 2014 February 21, 2014 April 25, 2014

Fee $10 $10 $10

course # 2801.1 2801.2 3801.1

The Shorewood Recreation Department offers High School Intramural Sports. These sports will be held Wednesday afternoons from 2:30 - 3:30 pm. Look for the upcoming dodgeball season. Do you know of another sport to offer that high school kids are playing? For any suggestions or more details, please call (414) 963-6913 x 4 or stop in the Recreation Department.

TEEN VOLuNTEERS Grade 7 - 12 Do you like working with children? Do you like arts and crafts, drawing, active games, sports, music, etc.? The Shorewood Recreation Department is looking for individuals who are friendly, dependable, and enthusiastic to help out with various programs throughout the winter-spring. If you are interested in volunteering this winter-spring, please fill out a Teen Volunteer Application located at shorewoodschools.org under the Recreation and Community Services Tab. NOTE: If you were a Teen Volunteer in the past, there is no need to fill out a new application. Simply login to your VICnet account and sign up for volunteer opportunities as you did for previous recreation programs.

TEEN FITNESS cERTIFIcATION ShOREWOOD ROLLER-SkATE DAy @ SkATE-LAND Grade 7 - 8 Shorewood residents and Shorewood Public School students, join us to go rollerskating on your day off of school. Skate-Land in Butler will be closed to the public and only open to our group on this skate day! We will have different games to play with a DJ and all new music! There will be a full concession stand, so bring some extra cash for lunch or snacks. Participants may bring their own roller-skates or rollerblades. Get a group of friends together and sign up today! course #: 2982.1 Location: SHS Parking Lot Date: Monday, January 20 Time: 12:15 - 3:45 pm Fee: $15

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Grade 7 - 8 Students can become certified to use the Shorewood Community Fitness Center without the supervision of a parent/guardian. During a 60 minute session with a personal trainer, the student will learn proper techniques and safety when using equipment at the SCFC. If the student can demonstrate required knowledge, they will be given a membership to the SCFC for the 2013 - 2014 school year. Contact the Fitness Center at (414) 961-3100 to sign for this program.

TEEN STRENGTh AND AGILITy This class will teach students the basics of strength and agility training at the Shorewood Community Fitness Center. Throughout the sessions, the course will progress in training techniques to help the students learn and advance physically and mentally. Completion of the class includes a membership to the SCFC for the 2013 2014 school year and certifies the student to workout independently. For more information see pages 14 & 17.

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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.

S W I M l E S S O N S

Level

Requirements

Skills Taught In The class

Diaper Diver

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

parent / child

15

Age 2 - 3 years. Child must be accompanied in the water with an adult.

Program will build on the skills introduced in Diaper Diver. Participants improve on these skills and learn more advance skills in Parent/Child.

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

Participants 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

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

8

Age 6 years and older

Participants start developing positive attitudes, good swimming habits and safe practices in and around the water.

8

Passed Level 1

Participants learn to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. This level marks the true beginning of locomotion skills.

8

Passed Level 2

Participants will learn the survival float, swim the front crawl and the elementary backstroke. The introduction of scissors and dolphin kicks and build on the fundamentals of treading water.

10

Passed Level 3

Participants improve their skills and increase their 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

Participants will refine all their strokes, swim greater distances and be introduced to flip turns.

10

Passed Level 5

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

Beginner Swim for the Older child

10

Age 8 - Grade 8

This class will help beginner swimmers 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

This class will help 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.

Level 1 Introduction to Water Skills

Level 2 Fundamental Aquatic Skills

Level 3 Stroke Development

Level 4 Stroke Improvement

Level 5 Stroke Refinement

Level 6

Swimming and Skill proficiency

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class Size


GROuP SWIM lESSONS Y O u T H & A D u l T S W I M l E S S O N S 22

Location: Fee:

SHS Pool & VHE Pool Resident - $40 / Non-Resident - $60

TuESDAy, MARch 18 - MAy 13 (NO cLASS ON ApRIL 1)

SATuRDAy, MARch 15 - MAy 17 (NO cLASS ON MARch 29 & ApRIL 5) Time

9:00 - 9:30 am

9:35 - 10:05 am

10:10 - 10:50 am

10:55 - 11:35 am

class / Level

course #

Diaper Diver

2301.1

Alligator

2303.1

Seal

2304.1

parent / child

2302.1

Dolphin

2305.1

Beginner Swim for the Older child

2313.1

Level 1

2306.1

Level 2

2307.1

Level 3

2308.1

Level 1

2306.2

Level 4

2309.1

Level 5 / 6

2310.1

Time

class / Level

course #

Alligator

2303.2

Seal

2304.2

Level 1

2306.3

Level 2

2307.2

6:35 - 7:05 pm

Beginner Swim for the Older child

2313.2

6:35 - 7:15 pm

Level 2

2307.3

Alligator

2303.3

Dolphin

2305.2

Level 3

2308.2

Level 4

2309.2

Level 5 / 6

2310.2

6:00 - 6:30 pm

6:00 - 6:40 pm

6:45 - 7:15 pm

7:20 - 8:00 pm

ThuRSDAy, MARch 20 - MAy 15 (NO cLASS ApRIL 3) Time

6:00 - 6:30 pm

6:00 - 6:40 pm

6:35 - 7:05 pm

6:45 - 7:25 pm

7:10 - 7:50 pm

7:30 - 8:10 pm

class / Level

course #

Diaper Diver

2301.2

Alligator

2303.4

Seal

2304.3

Level 1

2306.4

parent / child

2302.2

Alligator

2303.5

Dolphin

2305.3

Level 3

2308.3

Level 2

2307.4

Level 4

2309.3

Level 5

2310.3

Adult Swim Instruction

2330.1

private Swim Interest List Each 8 week 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). Our interest list is free of charge. The interest list does not guarantee a private swim lesson. Register for course # 2328.1 for Saturday morning lessons Register for course # 2328.2 for Tuesday and Thursday evening lessons

please note: As the VHE will be down for cleaning and maintenance, group and private lessons will take place in the SHS Pool until March 27. Starting on April 8, classes will be moved to the VHE Pool. Dates are subject to change. Participants will be notified via email if dates are changed.


PRIVATE SWIM lESSONS Age 4 - Adult Location: Fee:

SATuRDAy pRIVATE SWIM LESSONS

P R I V A T E S W I M l E S S O N S

Time

Date

course #

3/15 - 4/19 9:00 - 9:25 am

No Class 3/29 & 4/5

2326.1

4/26 - 5/17

3326.1

3/15 - 4/19

2326.2

No Class 3/29 & 4/5

9:30 - 9:55 am

10:00 - 10:25am

10:30 - 10:55 am

11:00 - 11:25 am

4/26 - 5/17

3326.2

3/15 - 4/19

2326.3

No Class 3/29 & 4/5

4/26 - 5/17

3326.3

3/15 - 4/19

2326.4

No Class 3/29 & 4/5

4/26 - 5/17

3326.4

3/15 - 4/19

2326.5

No Class 3/29 & 4/5

4/26 - 5/17 3/15 - 4/19

11:30 - 11:55 am

3326.5

No Class 3/29 & 4/5

4/26 - 5/17

TuESDAy pRIVATE SWIM LESSONS Time 5:30 - 5:55 pm

Date

course #

3/18 - 4/15

2324.1

No Class 4/1

4/22 - 5/13

3324.1

ThuRSDAy pRIVATE SWIM LESSONS Time 5:30 - 5:55 pm

2326.6

Date

course #

3/20 - 4/17

2325.1

No Class 4/3

4/24 - 5/15

3325.1

*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) 9636913 x 4. For an additional child, add $30 and $25 for the third. please note: As the VHE will be down for cleaning and maintenance, group and private lessons will take place in the SHS Pool until March 27. Starting on April 8, classes will be moved to the VHE Pool. Dates are subject to change. Participants will be notified via email if dates are changed.

3326.6

WATER AEROBICS The Water Aerobics Flex Plan entitles you to 10 or 20 visits to any of the classes listed below. All punch cards have an expiration date of one year. Punch cards can be purchased by mail, fax, walk-in or telephone. For pool closings, please check our website at: www.shorewoodschool.org. All classes listed are ongoing, new participants are welcome at any time. Depending on participation level, additional evening deep water aerobics classes may be included in our schedule.

Time

Mon Tue Wed Thu

7:00 - 8:00 am

8:30 - 9:30 am

class

Dates

Description

Deep Water Aerobics - AM

1/7 - 2/20 & 4/8 - 6/12

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.

Shallow Water Aerobics

1/6 - 2/19 & 4/7 - 6/11

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.

NoClass 5/26

5:30 - 6:30 pm

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VHE Pool & SHS Pool Resident - $70 / Non-Resident - $105

Deep Water Aerobics - pM

4/8 - 5/15

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. This class is great for Cross Training Athletes! It gives your joints a break!

Fee R / N-R

Flex plan $40 / $60 (10 classes) OR

$80 / $120 (20 classes)

Between February 22- April 6 the VhE pool closed for cleaning and maintenance. Water Aerobics Schedule for the ShS pool will be posted by February 13th.


SHOREWOOD HIGH SCHOOl - VHE POOl

C O M M u N I T Y

NO cASh WILL BE AccEpTED AT ANy cOMMuNITy SWIMS. All swimmers must present a community swim punch card, a current Shorewood community Fitness center membership card, or a single swim pass which can be purchased at the Recreation Department or the Shorewood community Fitness center during business hours. Identification is required to prove residency. SINGLE SWIM pASS FEES

cOMMuNITy SWIM puNch cARD

pass Resident Fee Non-Resident Fee Adults $4 $6 Senior $3 $5 Youth $3 $5 Age 5 & Under --------------FREE-----------------Open Swim is included in the Shorewood community Fitness center membership. Must show membership card to lifeguard at each Community Swim.

card Resident Fee Non-Resident Fee Adult $60 $90 Senior $40 $60 Youth $40 $60 Punch cards allow for 20 visits for community swim and each punch card carries an expiration date of one year.

cOMMuNITy SWIM INFORMATION

cOMMuNITy SWIM SchEDuLE

Everyone must wear appropriate swimming attire in the pool. No swim suits, caps, or towels are issued at any of the community swims.

Monday, January 6 - Friday, February 21 & Monday, April 7 - Sunday, June 15

Before entering the pool, it is mandatory to shower.

S W I M

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 and we strongly recommend you use a lock. Enter the VHE pool from the lobby glass doors.

*Between February 22- April 6 the VhE pool closed for cleaning and maintenance. Revised pool schedule will be posted by February 15.

Monday

Lap Swim Lap Swim Adult Swim Adult Swim

6:15 - 7:30 am 8:30 - 9:30 am 11:00 am - 2:00 pm 8:10 - 9:10 pm

Tuesday

Lap Swim Adult Swim Adult Swim

6:15 - 8:00 am 11:00 am - 2:00 pm 8:10 - 9:10 pm

Wednesday

Lap Swim Lap Swim Adult Swim Adult Swim

6:15 - 7:30 am 8:30 - 9:30 am 11:00 am - 2:00 pm 8:10 - 9:10 pm

Thursday

Lap Swim Adult Swim Adult Swim

6:15 - 8:00 am 11:00 - 2:00 pm 8:10 - 9:10 pm

Lap Swim Adult Swim All Age Swim Adult Swim

6:15 - 7:30 am 11:00 am - 2:00 pm 7:05 - 8:05 pm 8:10 - 9:10 pm

All Age Swim Adult Swim Lap Swim

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

Toys and 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/Whirlpool (Adults only) will be open during Adult and Lap Swims. Only towels are allowed in sauna. 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.

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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 temperature will be corrected as soon as possible. Pool temperature is set between 78 and 81 degrees and the sauna temperature is set between 100 and 104 degrees. Your patience and understanding is appreciated. If you have concerns about our pool facilities, please contact District Facility and Operations at

(414) 963-6918.

Friday

Saturday & Sunday

ThE VhE pOOL WILL BE cLOSED ALL DAy ON: Wednesday, January 1 Saturday, January 18 Saturday, January 25 Sunday, January 26 Friday, April 18 Sunday, April 20 Monday, May 26

ThE VhE pOOL WILL BE cLOSED DuRING ThE EVENING ON: Wednesday, January 8

pool hours are subject to change. updates will be posted on the VhE pool bulletin board, VhE pool Information Line at (414) 963-6913 x 1, and on www.shorewoodschools.org.


wanted: volunteerS & SPonSorS! V O l u N T E E R & S P O N S O R R E C O G N I T I O N

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diStriCt volunteerS Do you possess a special skill or area of expertise that you think would benefit the Shorewood School District? Do you enjoy working with children? District volunteers are utilized in several capacities such as one-on-one homework tutors, organizing teacher libraries, coaching youth sports teams, chaperoning field trips, photocopying and laminating, and ushering SHS Drama productions. The Shorewood School District Volunteer Program is now managed through an online database, referred to as VICnet coordinated by the Recreation Department. For more volunteering information go to: www.shorewoodschools.org under the Family Resources tab.

teen volunteerS Grades 7 - 12 Do you like working with children? Do you like arts and crafts, active games, sports, music, dance, etc? The Shorewood Recreation Department is seeking individuals who are friendly, dependable and enthusiastic to help out with various programs throughout the season. If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out a Teen Volunteer Application located at shorewoodschools.org under the Recreation & Community Services Tab. Any questions, please contact Megan at the Recreation Department at (414) 963 - 6913 x 4 or via email at: Mwelch@shorewood.k12.wi.us.

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 costs. 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 ‘14

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 flag football (fall), basketball (winter), coach pitch baseball (summer) and T-ball (summer). If you are willing to help coach in our programs, contact the Recreation Department at (414) 963-6913 x 4.

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. Mike Aldana Marc Becker Adam Bellmer Nate cade Willie coffou Bud DeGraff Tom Dolgaard Marc Falkner Martha Ghebregziabiher Tom Gough Mazin hamdan Julia holmes Alex huggard kristie Jochmann

clay Jones Mike Joyce kevin kane Matt kasper Andrew klemen Andy knoernschild Mark Lien carlos Maldonado-cruz Ben Nelson Sean O’connor Brad O’keef Bella Otevrel Tom pheister Brian quandt

Jamie Reeve Michael Reid Ben Rosenblatt Dan Schuurman Andy Skwierawski pete Swenson Saj Thachenkary Tim Vander Mel Les Wade Sarah Weber John Wettstein Oscar Wille Greg Womack

E. CAPITOL DRIVE SHOREWOOD


MA RK YOuR CA lEN DA R. . .

ShOREWOOD hIGh SchOOL kEEpSAkE ORNAMENT

yOuR INVITED TO BRIGhT BEGINNINGS pRESchOOL OpEN hOuSE! For current and prospective parents and students. Location: Atwater & Lake Bluff Early Education Building Classrooms Date: Thursday, January 23 Time: 6:30 - 7:30 pm

WEST SIDE STORy- ShOREWOOD hIGh SchOOL DRAMA The world's greatest love story takes to the streets in this landmark Broadway musical that is one of the theatre's finest accomplishments. Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet is transported to modern-day New York City, as two young idealistic lovers find themselves caught between warring street gangs, the "American" Jets and the Puerto Rican Sharks. Their struggle to survive in a world of hate, violence and prejudice is one of the most innovative, heart-wrenching and relevant musical dramas of our time. Performances: SHS Auditorium Friday, May 9 at 7:00 pm Saturday, May 10 at 7:00 pm Sunday, May 11 at 2:00 pm Thursday, May 15 at 7:00 pm Friday, May 16 at 7:00 pm Saturday, May 17 at 7:00 pm To order tickets, please call the Box Office at (414) 963-6940 or go to their website: www.shorewooddrama.org

ShOREWOOD cONNEcTS 3RD ANNuAL SpRING cLEANup! Join your neighbors this spring for a morning of yard clean-up to benefit older and disabled adults throughout Shorewood. Date: Time:

Saturday, May 3 8:00 - 10:00 am

To volunteer, contact Shorewood Connects Coordinator, Michelle Boehm via email at michelle.boehm@sbcglobal.net or (414) 698-4369. Older and disabled adults seeking assistance, please contact Elizabeth Price at the Shorewood Senior Resource Center via email at eprice@villageofshorewood.org or (414) 847-2727.

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Looking for a great keepsake gift or stocking stuffer? The Shorewood Recreation Department is selling Shorewood High School ornaments. All ornaments are red with white print. Each ornament is only $5. You may pick your ornament up at either the Recreation Office or Fitness Center. Call the Recreation Department for more information at (414) 963-6913 x 4.

BE OuR GuEST SENIOR cITIZEN pASS Shorewood Residents, 60+ It is the policy of the Shorewood School Board 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) Band and Orchestra performances Dramatic productions (Except Spring Musical and AFS Showcase)

Get your pass at the Shorewood Recreation Department Today!


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BADMINTON - ADuLT 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. No class 3/5, 3/19, 3/26, or 4/2. page 7 Instructor: Doug Kane BALLET Students will learn the fundamentals of ballet movements and terms, as well as a dance at the end of the session! Please be sure to wear fitted, comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle. Ballet shoes are recommended. page 14, 15 Instructor: Deanna Lewis BALLET, MOMMy/DADDy & ME New Come and join in to see what your children have been learning! In this class you and your child will be able to learn basic movements and vocabulary in Ballet! Parents and children will be doing interactive exercises and learn basic movement combinations. Please be sure to wear fitted, comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle. Ballet shoes are recommended. The fee includes both parent and child. page 14 Instructor: Deanna Lewis BASEBALL cAMp, ShOREWOOD LITTLE LEAGuE This baseball camp will instruct the areas of hitting and fielding. The Shorewood Recreation Department is working with Shorewood Little League to produce this camp for all talent levels. Whether you are a beginner, learning the proper technique, or a returning player trying to perfect your skills, this camp is for you! Coaches from Shorewood High School and Little League will instruct this camp, using their knowledge along with skills and drills from other popular local camps. Participants must bring their glove. Please wear comfortable clothes. Bringing a bat is optional. page 17 Instructor: Shorewood Little League Coaches 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 7, 9 BOOT cAMp FITNESS This 30 minute class is a total body workout that includes a warmup, free weights, benches, resist-a-balls, resistant tubing, body bars, and more to perform various exercises. The class format is designed to do a series of exercises, and repeat them, in order to keep the heart rate up as much as possible. While modifications are available for most movements, participants should be able to do some lunges and/or squats in each class. page 6, 8 Instructor: Joanne Dixon, Certified AFAA Instructor BOWLING Come and experience the Shorewood High School Bowling Alley. We will Moon-Glow Bowl the last Sunday of the session. Enjoy bowling with friends or family! Participants must be grade 1 or above. page 14, 15

BOWLING, SENIOR New This recreational bowling program is for senior bowlers of all skill levels. Whether you are interested in competition, socializing, or improving your game, this league is for you. Each class, participants have the opportunity to bowl as many games as they wish between 3:30 and 4:30 pm. Bowlers have the option of keeping score for leisure or for competition. Fee includes shoe and ball rental for all meeting dates. page 6, 10 cAMERA IN yOuR SMARTphONE CO-OP Charge up the battery and bring your Apple or Android smartphone to this two-hour, hands-on class covering the apps and techniques for making pictures and video. This class will cover your smartphone’s camera, email, messaging, backup and printing options. This class does not cover Windows 8 or Blackberry smartphones. page 9 Instructor: C.T. Kruger, Vendor Program cARDIO STEp This 40 minute cardio workout involves choreographed, low-impact, and aerobic movements on and off a height-adjustable bench. page 6 , 8 Instructor: Joanne Dixon, Certified AFAA Instructor chESS CO-OP Beginning - Intermediate: This class is for those new to chess or with ratings less than 800. Students will work on opening game strategies and tactics. Intermediate - Advanced: this class is for veteran tournament players with ratings above 800 and/or with 3 to 5 years of chess playing experience. Players will work on middle game and end game strategies. For more information call (262) 573-5624. page 15 Instructor: Wisconsin Scholastic Chess Federation Staff, Vendor Program chORAL ARTS, ShOREWOOD This adult community chorus is open for anyone who loves to sing! The concert will take place on Sunday, June 8th. page 9 Instructor: Jason Clark cLIMBING TEAM - ADVANcED New This program is for students who would like to take the next step into climbing. The team is open to climbers who have successfully completed the beginning climb team and demonstrated they have the needed skills and interest in continuing on. This course will introduce the student to systems employed in top roping, single and multiple pitch rock climbing and sport climbing. Climbing safety will be stressed and exercised thoroughly and consistently in order to guarantee a safe and successful experience for your child. Course content will include: continued skill and strength development needed for outdoor climbing by working with the individual goals set by each climber, climbing knots and basic top rope anchor set up. Emphasis will be placed on teamwork, self-motivation, self-confidence, communication, and safety in the outdoors. This is all done under the tutelage of experienced staff. All equipment is supplied. page 18 Instructor: Riverwest Outdoors Staff, Vendor Program


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cLIMBING TEAM - BEGINNERS Rock climbing is a fun and satisfying sport that strengthens the body and mind. Rock climbing allows climbers to enjoy a sport in a non-competitive environment while still emphasizing teamwork, motivation, and self-confidence. Rock climbing also builds muscular endurance, flexibility, coordination, and mental focus. We aim to build strong, responsible climbers. This co-ed team welcomes climbers of all ability and experience levels. Training on equipment and safety will be conducted in order to guarantee a safe and successful experience for your child. All equipment, including helmets, is supplied. The team will be taught by experienced and knowledgeable coaches with a focus on, skill and strength development, communication and safety, mental strategy, movement, and environmental stewardship. page 16 Instructor: Riverwest Outdoors Staff, Vendor Program cOMpuTERS, INTRO TO, BEGINNER & INTERMEDIATE CO-OP This program is designed for those who have never used a computer and is geared for the older beginner. It will slowly walk participants through the concepts. We will cover Microsoft basics and general use of a PC (not Apples or Macs). page 7 Instructor: Mike Brown, Vendor Program DRAMA JR., ShOREWOOD Pop Goes the World - To conclude our journey through great Victorian literature, Shorewood Drama Jr.’s spring production is a reimagining of one of the greatest adventure tales of all time, Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne. Updated and teeming with pop songs, movie melodies, Broadway show tunes and world music, our musical revue, Pop Goes the World, sends teams of kids from around the globe…around the globe in the international “Tour de le Monde” contest. Students will meet characters from all over the Earth, travel to lands both familiar and strange, experience new and exciting cultures and, once again, be part of a timeless tale told in a brand new way. Production dates are Saturday, May 24 at 1:30 pm and 7 pm, and Sunday, May 25 at 1:30 pm. page 16 Instructor: Sara Van Loon & Amanda Hull ESTATE AND FINANcIAL pLANNING FOR pEAcE OF MIND CO-OP Everyone, regardless of age or wealth, should have an estate plan. Wills, trusts, and beneficiary planning provide necessary direction and continuity when passing on your assets after death. Estate planning also should address during-life issues such as health care directives, durable powers of attorney, and proper financial planning for your long-term needs. We will discuss strategies to help you protect your assets and ease the burden on your loved ones. page 9 Instructor: Jess Henrickson, Financial Advisor Dan McDermott, Attorney, Vendor Program FASTpITch GREyhOuND GIRLS cLINIc Fielding ground balls, fly balls, throwing and hitting will be covered. All players should bring their own fielding glove. Should inclement weather occur, we will relocate to the SHS North Gym. Please bring tennis shoes for indoor practice. page 19 Instructor: Dave Berghaus, SHS Varsity Fastpitch Coach

FIT pOWER MIX This class observes the benefits of functional training, and the importance of covering fitness on all levels. From aerobic exercise to strength, power, balance and stability - we’ve got you covered! page 6, 8 Instructor: Otto Wichman, Certified BCRBA Instructor FuLL BODy OVERhAuL These classes incorporate weights, bands, plyometric exercise along with other training styles to get a full-body overhaul. page 6, 7, 8, 9 GET pREpARED FOR TAX SEASON New CO-OP Get ready for the upcoming tax season and learn what’s new for 2014. Applicable to both individuals and small business owners, we will highlight practical tips to help ease your tax burden. Come with questions for this interactive discussion. page 7 Instructor: Bruce Wong, CPA, BKW, LLC, Vendor Program GyMNASTIcS INSTRucTION This class will take you through the basic fundamentals involved in the vault, uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise. Participants will be divided to allow for instruction appropriate to skill level. page 15 Instructor: Samantha Schilling, SHS Varsity Gymnastics Coach & Gymnasts hIp-hOp DANcE Students will learn basic movements and multiple dances throughout the weeks to the latest music from Justin Bieber to Selena Gomez and many others! Students will learn and be given the opportunity to explore their artistic creativity with freestyle movement in class each week! Please be sure to wear fitted, comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle. page 16 Instructor: Deanna Lewis hOW TO EAT A BROWNIE: chILDREN’S ETIquETTE This course will introduce children to basic etiquette skills and will begin with proper introductions, shaking hands, good posture and showing confidence. We will continue with conversation skills, family etiquette, what the “R” stands for in R.S.V.P; and when and how to write memorable thank you notes. Brownies (no nuts) will be served in the last class when participants will learn how to hold silverware European style. page 15 Instructor: Margery Sinclair, Vendor Program IcE SkATING LESSONS AT pETTIT NATIONAL IcE cENTER page 13 Instructor: Pettit Center Staff, Vendor Program INDIAN cOMFORT FOODS CO-OP Did you know that there are favorite comfort foods that are Indian? Ms. Pack will share hers with you. Participants will make a dish with rice in a buttermilk curry, Aloo Saag (potatoes and spinach), a lentil soup and chutney. You will leave with a feeling of contentment. page 7

Instructor: Susan Pack, Vendor Program INDIAN MEAL, LIGhT CO-OP Spring is normally the time for cleansing. Participants will make a light Indian meal by using fresh, seasonal ingredients. Join Ms. Pack in making a light soup, a simple, yet tasty, asparagus stir-fry, a rice dish and a lassi to drink. page 9 Instructor: Susan Pack, Vendor Program JAZZ & TAp DANcE Come join a high energy class with BOTH tap AND jazz! Students will learn basic movements, vocabulary, and combinations throughout the weeks; as well as a dance at the end of the session! Please be sure to wear fitted, comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle. Tap shoes are required. page 18 Instructor: Deanna Lewis JAZZ & TAp DANcE, MOMMy/DADDy & ME New Come and join in to see what your children have been learning! In this class you and your child will be able to learn basic movements and vocabulary in Tap and Jazz! Parents and children will be doing interactive exercises and learn basic movement combinations. Please be sure to wear fitted, comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle. Tap shoes are required. The fee includes both parent and child. page 17 Instructor: Deanna Lewis JIu JITSu TRAINING New Made popular by the world of mixed martial arts, Jiu Jitsu has been named one of the most effective martial arts in the world today. It promotes the principle that a smaller person using leverage and proper technique can successfully defend themselves against a bigger, stronger assailant. Recommended for adults and teens ages 14 and up. page 6, 8 Instructor: Nate Ziegler, Certified ACE-PT kETTLE BELL cIRcuIT TRAINING This class will incorporate a variety of kettle bell exercises to challenge your entire body. Kettle bells allow for new movements so it will work new muscle groups. Please bring a kettle bell of your desired weight. page 6, 8 Instructor: Neal Schuster LAcROSSE, BOyS yOuTh Students may participate on this team if they are Shorewood, Milwaukee or WFB residents that live south of Henry Clay Street. Lacrosse is a fast, physical, contact sport that combines aspects of soccer, hockey and basketball. Spring is the official outdoor season. Indoor practices are on Sundays starting February 23. Outdoor practices start the week of March 24. We will schedule approximately 10 games to be held on be Friday nights, Saturday mornings or Sunday afternoons, starting late April and ending in early June. Coach Kane will contact all registered players with game schedule. All practices and home games will be at SHS or Atwater Elementary School. Helmets will be provided to all


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LAcROSSE, BOyS yOuTh (cONT.) participants. Players can rent lacrosse equipment ($30). Players must provide mouth guard and athletic cup. Cleats are recommended. It is expected that players doing multiple sports will split conflicts equally. All players must join US Lacrosse (additional $25). We encourage you to sign up for the waiting list if the class roster is full. page 15 Instructor: Kevin Kane LAcROSSE, NORTh ShORE GIRLS, SkILLS cLINIc In preparation for the 2014 season, or if your child wants to try lacrosse before committing, North Shore Lacrosse is holding a Winter Skills Clinic. We will concentrate on catching, throwing, cradling, shooting and dodging. Before the first clinic, if you need to borrow equipment, please contact: nsbluejayslax@gmail.com. page 15 Instructor: North Shore Lacrosse Coaching Staff, Vendor Program LATIN DANcE: SALSA & MERENGuE/BAchATA Come ready to learn the basic steps and rhythms of these Latin Dances. No partner necessary. All ability levels are welcome! page 7 Instructor: Rosalita Villa LEGO cRAZy AcTION cONTRApTIONS New CO-OP Work with a partner to build exciting and crazy contraptions. Using Lego Technic pieces and rubber bands, we will build the supercharged Rubber Band Racer, Automatic Field Goal Kicker, Candy Machine, Trapdoor Car Parachute Machine and the Ping Pong Popper. All these contraptions spin, stretch, speed or otherwise spring into action. Push your imagination to the limit and build awesome contraptions with clear instructions and step-by-step diagrams. page 16 Instructor: Computer Tot Staff, Vendor Program LIFEGuARDING cERTIFIcATION, AMERIcAN RED cROSS Are you interested in becoming a lifeguard and over the age of 15? You will learn concepts of responsibility, work ethic, leadership and approachability that will prepare you for a job as a lifeguard. The American Red Cross Lifeguard course will cover the knowledge and skills to get your lifeguard, CPR/AED and first aid certifications. Successful completion of the course earns you a 2-year, nationally recognized certification in Lifeguarding/First-Aid/CPR/AED. Attendance at ALL meeting dates is mandatory. Certification is not guaranteed as participants must score above an 80% on a written test and pass an in-water skills test. There is a mandatory pretest on the first day of class. Please bring swimsuit, towel and snacks each meeting day. Class meets on Fridays from 5:00 - 9:00 pm, on Saturdays from 12:00 - 8:00 pm and on Sundays from 1:30 - 7:00 pm. page 10, 19 Instructor: Amy Johnson, Red Cross Certified Lifeguard Instructor, Vendor Program MAkE IT yOuRSELF! New CO-OP Why wait for someone else to cook or bake something wonderful when you can do it yourself? This course will teach you how to make great tasting food using natural and locally sourced ingredi-

ents. This is a hands-on class; participants will do the cooking and baking with instruction and supervision. No prior experience necessary! Classes include: Bread and Butter, Pasta Perfect/Salad Days, Breakfast for Dinner, and Let Us Eat Cake/Pie in the Sky. page 16 Instructor: Lisa Harper, owner of Mrs. Whoopie, Vendor Program MARTIAL ARTS, yOuNG AMERIcAN This innovative martial arts program will encourage your child to develop a positive attitude, perseverance, self-confidence and selfdiscipline. All this and more in the fun-filled challenges of the Young American Martial Arts Club. Class fee includes testing. Sibling fee is $145. page 14, 15, 18 Instructor: Young American Martial Arts Club Staff, Vendor Program MEchANIcAL ENGINEERING - MASTER MAchINES New During the Mechanical Engineering classes, students use the Engineering Design Process to design, create, test, and refine a variety of machines and mechanical systems. Students learn basics of fluid mechanics, simple machines, and other design and engineering concepts while constructing roller coasters, egg-drop vehicles, and an incredibly fast air powered dragster they keep at the end of the course. page 16 Instructor: Engineering for Kids Staff, Vendor Program MIcROSOFT EXcEL - INTERMEDIATE CO-OP In this series of sessions, intermediate concepts will be taught in Microsoft Excel, a popular spreadsheet program. Participants should have basic computer experience. Includes advanced cut/copy/paste commands, absolute vs. relative cell reference, and charting & graphing. page 9 Instructor: Mike Brown, Vendor Program MIcROSOFT WORD CO-OP In this series of sessions, introductory concepts will be taught in Microsoft Word, a word processing program. Participants should have basic computer experience. Word I - Beginner: includes text options, cut/copy/paste, formatting, bulleting/numbering, and saving/opening/creating documents. Word II - Intermediate: includes tables, tab stops, indenting, inserting images, watermarks, headers/footers, shading and spiking. page 7 Instructor: Mike Brown, Vendor Program MONEy 101 CO-OP Join this interactive and informative session aiming to educate about the basics of investing, budgeting, and general financial planning. The importance of these issues can range from retirement planning, education funding, monthly household budgeting, and beneficiary and estate planning. An effective financial plan can help put you on the path toward achieving your financial goals. page 9 Instructor: Jess Henrickson, Financial Advisor Dan McDermott, Attorney, Vendor Program

MuScLE FITNESS This 30 minute workout is designed to strengthen and tone all major muscle groups, as well as improve your core and balance using personal resistance, weights, bands and resist-a-balls. For safety purposes, we ask that you warm-up before coming into the class. Please bring an exercise mat. page 6, 8 Instructor: Joanne Dixon, Certified AFAA Instructor MuSIc MAkER & MORE 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 14, 16, 18 Instructor: Abbie Wallschlaeger, Vendor Program NATuRAL LAWN cARE New CO-OP Join Amy Joyce for a workshop on how to create a beautiful, healthy lawn that is safe for your family, pets and the environment. Learn the fundamentals of natural lawn care, why it’s such a great idea and how to get started. Bring your lawn care questions. page 9 Instructor: Amy Joyce, Co-founder/Co-director, Healthy Communities Project, Vendor Program NEVER TOO OLD TO LEARN NEW TRIckS New CO-OP Facebook: Learn how to use the biggest social networking program in the world. Make new friends and rediscover relatives that you haven’t seen, classmates and old friends. using E-Mail: This presentation will show people the etiquette of using E-Mail. Learn how to make your life easier by types of e-mail from free to paying, how to set one up, where to get one, and how to send attachments and more. Internet: Learn to surf the internet and find sites that you would not have found before. Things To Do To keep your computer healthy: In this session we will be talking about virus protection, malware protection, spyware, spam and ads. How to fix simple computer problems by yourself. page 6, 7, 8, 9 NIA, yOuTh New Nia is a sensory-based movement practice that leads to health, wellness and fitness. It is a dynamic fusion of carefully selected movements and concepts from the dance arts, martial arts and healing arts. Classes are taken barefoot to music of many different genres. Together the music and the movement inspire a body, mind, emotion and spirit connection. Beginners and highly fit athletes alike can adapt Nia to meet their needs and abilities in the present moment. Experience the joy of movement and the benefits of moving your body…the body’s way. page 16, 17, 18 Instructor: Dori Frankel Steigman, Certified Nia Blue Belt Instructor pAINTING IN cOLOR New Using paint to explore the color relationships of complimentary


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pAINTING IN cOLOR (cONT.) colors, shading, and use of different color palettes. page 18 Instructor: Eston Bennett 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 14, 17, 18 Instructor: Olga Volodarskaya pIckLEBALL New CO-OP Yes, PICKLEBALL - the fun game with the funny name! Pickleball is a combination of badminton, tennis and table tennis, and is enjoyed by people of all ages. Using a badminton-sized court, tennis-height net, table tennis-type paddle, and a baseball-sized wiffle ball, usually played by doubles, this game has few rules and is far less strenuous than tennis. page 6, 10 pILATES Pilates is designed to tone and elongate muscles and to isolate, activate and condition deep muscles in your body. It also works to flatten abdominals and improve body mechanics. It alleviates stress/tension and refines breathing patterns. Bring an exercise mat. page 6, 8 Instructor: Elizabeth Klijnsmit,Stott Pilates Instructor pRINTMAkING Simple at home ways to engage in one of the oldest art traditions. From mono-printing to potato printing, students must be capable of using carving equipment. page 17 Instructor: Eston Bennett ROAMER ThE ROBOT / BEEBOT / LOGO cAMp CO-OP Come explore LOGO programming with Roamer the Robot and friends. LOGO programming is a simple, sequence language that students of all ages find to be fun and challenging. The various robots will teach estimation, addition, subtraction, fractions, angles and much more! Wait until you meet their special friend - he is a class favorite and is sure to delight all! The robots will share their favorite stories, complete obstacle courses and will even bowl with the students. page 16 Instructor: Computer Tot Staff, Vendor Program ROLLER-SkATE DAy Shorewood residents or Shorewood Public School students, join us to go roller-skating on your day off of school. Skate-Land in Butler will be closed to the public and only open to our group on this skate day! We will have different games to play with a DJ and all new music! There will be a full concession stand, so bring some extra cash for lunch or snacks. Participants may bring their own roller-skates or rollerblades. Get a group of friends together and sign up today! page 14, 20

SENIOR STRENGTh WITh BALANcE AND FLEXIBILITy Using bands and light weights to strengthen various muscle groups, the class will also focus on movements that enhance balance and flexibility. page 6, 8 Instructor: Elizabeth Klijnsmit, Certified NETA Instructor SEW, LEARNING TO CO-OP Youth sewing classes are offered at three levels. Basic Sewing teaches the fundamentals for machine sewing as students make several fun projects. Intermediate Sewing focuses on basic garment construction, as students make a pair of flannel lounge pants and a small stuffed animal using a commercial pattern. Studio Sewing offers an opportunity for students to continue developing their skills by working on their choice of project, with the instructor serving as a resource throughout the process. page 14, 16, 17 Instructor: Sandy Saltzstein, Vendor Program SEWING pROGRAMS WITh AVIS MARSh New CO-OP Sewing classes for everyone! Learn the basics or hone your skills. Find new sources for fabrics, discover new techniques, exchange fashion ideas and realize how easy and fun it is to sew under the expert tutelage of Avis Marsh. page 7 Instructor: Avis Marsh, Vendor Program 6Th GRADE AcTIVITy NIGhT 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 is from 7:00 - 9:00 pm and will be supervised by parent chaperones. For more information email Nick Phalin at: NPhalin@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 19 SkI AND SNOWBOARD cLuB AT SuNBuRST page 13 Instructor: Sunburst Staff, Vendor Program SNOWShOEING, FAMILy New Travel with us along the surrounding areas on our way to the Urban Ecology Center and back. This section parallels the Milwaukee River Basin and various County Parks making for excellent snowshoeing for both the beginner and advanced participants. Listen and ask questions of our Guide while viewing the many wonders and wildlife that inhabit this time of year. Bring your camera and enthusiasm. Dress for the weather. Riverwest Outdoors will provide snowshoes for participants. page 14 Instructor: Riverwest Outdoors Staff, Vendor Program SOccER, SLAp New The KidsSports, SLaP (Soccer Learn and Play) program is designed to introduce the game of soccer in a fun but challenging out-

door environment. Our group of highly-trained instructors will teach proper soccer skills like dribbling, passing, trapping, shooting, defending as well as other basic soccer concepts such as rules. Our class consists of 45 minutes energized age appropriate games and activities each week along with organized actual 3 v 3 league matches with other teams with the group. page 19 Instructor: KidsSports Staff, Vendor Program STEp & ScuLpT This class will be using step for the cardio portion of the class and toning movements utilizing exercise tubes, weights, bars and fitness balls. Abdominal training included. This class consists of a warm-up, cardio workout, toning movements and a final stretch portion. Bring an exercise mat. page 6, 8, Instructor: Joanne Dixon, Certified AFAA Instructor - Fri Elizabeth Klijnsmit, Certified NETA Instructor - Sat STRONG & FIT INDOOR/OuTDOOR BOOT cAMp This class uses a combination of the indoors and outdoors to provide a full body workout. Participants will use free weights and one’s own body weight with short bursts of cardio to tone and burn fat. page 6, 9 Instructor: Renee Scherck-Meyer, Certified AFAA Personal Trainer T-BALL INSTRucTION Begin to learn the fundamentals of baseball - throwing, hitting and catching. We will use a batting tee. Be sure to join the t-ball/coachpitch league as well. page 18 T-BALL AND cOAch-pITch BASEBALL pROGRAMS T-Ball games will be played on Saturday at 10 or 11 am. Coach Pitch games will be played on Saturday at noon or 1 pm beginning May 31 and will end July 26. Practices will be arranged by volunteer coaches and will begin mid-May. Players’ 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. Please indicate the t-shirt size on registration form. If you know a night that will not work for practice, please indicate that to the Rec. Dept. Players will be assigned to each team at random. Player requests will not be honored. Grade indicated is as of the 2014-2015 school year. page 17 TEEN STRENGTh AND AGILITy This class will teach students (Grades 7 & 8) the basics to strength and agility training at the Shorewood Community Fitness Center. Throughout the sessions, the course will progress in training techniques to help the students learn and advance physically and mentally. Completion of the class includes a membership to the SCFC through the 2013 - 2014 school year and certifies the student to workout independently. page 14, 17, 20 Instructor: Hunter Kottke TENNIS INSTRucTION - pEEWEE Interested in tennis but haven't ever tried it? Start with PeeWee


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TENNIS INSTRucTION - pEEWEE (cONT.) Tennis to see if you enjoy it. QuickStart Tennis makes this sport much more developmentally appropriate for kids ages 10 and under. We will have smaller nets, higher compression tennis balls and smaller racquets available. page 14 TENNIS INSTRucTION - BEGINNER Want to work on your tennis this winter? If you have never played tennis, this is a great time to start. QuickStart Tennis makes this sport much more developmentally appropriate for kids ages 10 and under. We will have smaller nets, higher compression tennis balls and smaller racquets available. page 14 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 14 Instructor: Samantha Schilling, SHS Varsity Gymnastics Coach, & Gymnasts TOTAL BODy cONDITIONING Using a variety of equipment, this strength training class targets major muscle groups for the total body workout. Abdominal exercises are always included. This is a great way to increase your metabolism, burn fat and get a great workout! Bring an exercise mat. page 6, 8 Instructor: Elizabeth Klijnsmit, Certified NETA Instructor uLTIMATE FRISBEE This course will offer a chance to learn skill sets in Ultimate Frisbee. We will participate in basic fundamentals of throwing, catching, and basic offensive and defensive skills. Drills and games will be designed to increase your knowledge and ability as well as your love for the game. We will also learn all of the basic rules of ultimate following the USA Ultimate guidelines. If you are a veteran player or a beginner, come out and have a blast. page 18 Instructor: UWM Ultimate Club Coaches and Players uNLOckING SOcIAL SEcuRITy: MAkING yOuR BENEFITS WORk FOR yOu CO-OP We will provide tips to help you maximize your Social Security benefits. We also will discuss common concerns and unique strategies relating to: (1) when to file for benefits, (2) spousal benefits, and (3) working while receiving Social Security. We also will highlight financial and estate planning strategies that coincide with preparing for retirement. page 10 Instructor: Jess Henrickson, Financial Advisor Dan McDermott, Attorney, Vendor Program VOLLEyBALL - cOED OpEN Serve, bump and volley. Come improve your skills during open volleyball. This course is for beginning to advanced players. This is a great class to sign up with a friend. page 7

VOLLEyBALL INSTRucTION Girls and boys who have an interest in the 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 class is for you. page 14 Instructor: Brian Rushmer, Germantown Boys Varsity Volleyball Coach WOVEN WONDERS New In this class we will be investigating different methods of weaving in contemporary art practices. Our weavings will incorporate recycled materials, images, drawings, paper, and textiles. page 17 Instructor: Anna Grosch yOGA, MINDFuL Mindful yoga will be a well-rounded yoga practice, created to increase strength and flexibility, decrease anxiety and stress through breathing techniques, and inspire self-acceptance, self-awareness and self-confidence. Classes will include breath awareness, the breakdown and teaching of asanas (poses) and focusing techniques, which will be helpful during study hours, test-taking, sports activities, and performances. page 15, 17 Instructor: Pam Miller, Certified Yoga Instructor yOGA FOR kIDS, MINDFuL Kids learn the basics of Yoga through non-competitive games and activities. Make friends, increase coordination, and encourage a healthy lifestyle. Have fun! page 17 Instructor: Pam Miller, Certified Yoga Instructor ZANy ZINES A Zine is a self-published booklet or magazine, usually produced by one person or a few individuals. In this class, each child will create a personalized zine over the course of the four weeks. We will use the zines to discover personal identity, while learning about illustration and design techniques in art. page 16 Instructor: Anna Grosch ZuMBA Zumba is a fusion of Latin and International music with 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 follow dance steps. page 7, 9 Instructor: Michelle (Streng) Miller, Licensed Zumba Instructor Certified AFAA Group Fitness Instructor ZuMBA kIDS New Zumba is now available for kids! Zumba Kids classes are high-energy fitness parties that increase focus and self-confidence, boost metabolism and improve coordination. Participants will learn cho-

reographed routines to the latest music, like hip-hop, reggaeton, and cumbia. Come join us for this dance party for kids! page 14, 17 Instructor: Laura Lopez, Licensed Zumba Kids Instructor ZuMBA TONING/SENTAO This course is a combination of two new Zumba classes - Zumba Toning and Zumba Sentao. The class will switch every other week with Toning and Sentao. Zumba Toning takes the original Zumba dance-fitness class to the next level, utilizing an innovative muscle training program with the addition of light weight toning sticks or dumbbells. This program is assured to provide the participant with a safe and effective, redefining total body workout! Zumba Toning creates the same party atmosphere which keeps the participant engaged and coming back. Zumba Toning is fun, different, challenging and effective and provides a new avenue to weighted activity. Zumba Sentao combines strength and resistance training with innovative dance-fitness moves, all centered around a chair. Infused with the famous Zumba party atmosphere and energizing world rhythms, this never-before-seen workout tones muscles, strengthens the core and torches calories in a unique and consistently thrilling way. You will need to bring a set of either 1 lb weights or 2.5 lb weights with you to class each week. If you would like to purchase weights through the instructor, please contact the Recreation Department. The cost is $20 for a set of 1 lb weights and $30 for a set of 2.5 lbweights. page 7, 9 Instructor: Michelle (Streng) Miller, Licensed Zumba Instructor Certified AFAA Group Fitness Instructor

cO-Op pROGRAM cONTAcT INFORMATION 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. www.mtsd.k12.wi.us 11040 N Range Line Rd Mequon, WI 53092

(262) 238-7535

Nicolet Recreation Department www.nicolet.k12.wi.us 6701 North Jean Nicolet Road Glendale, WI 53217

(414) 351-7566

Whitefish Bay Recreation Department www.wfbschools.com 5205 N Lydell Avenue Whitefish Bay, WI 53217

(414) 963-3947


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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 particpants being where they should not be. Your cooperation with this is greatly appreciated.

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 to $29.99 $30 and above

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

Programs that do not qualify for a discount rate include vendor programs, field trips, co-op programs, activity nights, Fun Friday Events and summer enrichment. 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.

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 impacts 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: 1. Verbal contact between instructor and program participant and/or parent. 2. Verbal contact between the Recreation Department and program participant and/or parent. 3. Reoccurance 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.

6. 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 give for class cancellations. For program closing due to inclement weather, or other reasons, call (414) 963-6913 x 3 or check the website at: shorewoodschools.org.

4. ON-SITE REGISTRATION Instructors will not accept registration or payment at the class site. All registration transactions must be completed at the Recreation Department or Fitness Center at least three business days prior to the class beginning or an administrative late fee will be assessed.

8. LATE FEE REGISTRATION All program registrations must occur two days prior to classes starting, or by the sign-up deadline. A $10 late fee will be assessed if we receive your registration after these two days or the deadline. Please register early.

5. REDucE/WAIVER OF FEES The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department recognizes that some of the residents 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 (2) business days after receiving your application. Upon approval of your request, payment will

9. REFuND pROcEDuRE Full refunds will not be issued unless a program is cancelled by the Recreation Department.

7. ShARING OF pERSONAL INFORMATION The Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Department requires personal information from 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.

10. RETuRNED chEckS There will be a $25 service fee on all returned checks. 11. 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. 12. VENDOR pROGRAM As indicated next to the individual program and 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. 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. 14. pAyMENT pLAN Payment plans are available for those people that sign up for more than $200 worth of program fees. Please contact the Recreation Department for more information at (414) 963-6913 x 4. 15. INcLEMENT WEAThER cANcELLATIONS Outdoor 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 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 waiting list. 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 in the appropriate box on the registration form. You can donate online by going to Donation For Recreation or with your phone registration. 19. SAy chEESE! For program promotion, photographs may be taken of participants from time to time. If you do not wish to have your photo 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 photo posting. 20. REcREATION BuLLETIN SuBScRIpTION Residents of Shorewood will continue to receive our bulletin from the post office. For non-residents, for a fee of $6 per year, we will mail the three seasonal bulletins to your home. Please indicate subscriber on your registration form and include your payment.


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21. A GREAT GIFT IDEA - GIFT cERTIFIcATE Do you have a friend or family member who 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 bulletin. Contact us for more information. 22. 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 on-line to the School District website: shorewoodschools.org. 23. EMpLOyMENT OppORTuNITIES Applications are being accepted for job opportunities including lifeguards, swim instructors, aerobic and water aerobic instructors, sports instructors, arts and crafts specialists, and fitness instructors. Applications can be downloaded from the District website: shorewoodschools.org. 24. hOSpITAL/MEDIcAL INSuRANcE The School District of Shorewood does not provide hospital/medical insurance coverage for people participating in sponsored activities. 25. 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. 26. ShOREWOOD REcREATION ADVISORy cOMMITTEE A special thank you to the individuals who are serving on the 20122013 Shorewood Recreation and Community Services Advisory Committee. Jennifer Anderson Fred Gayle Alandria Gladney Carol Gosse

Mary Jo McDonald Ann McKaig Maggie Reeve Barbara Weber

If you are interested in serving on the Recreation Advisory Committee, please contact the Recreation Department at 963-6913 x 4. 27. 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. 28. INDIVIDuALS WITh SpEcIAL NEEDS Shorewood Recreation & Community Services Department programs are open to all children and adults, including those with special needs. For assistance and information, please call 963-6913 x 4.

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29. 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, or physical, mental, emotional or learning disability or handicap.

30. DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED ON SchOOL DISTRIcT GROuNDS. 31. 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: shorewoodschools.org. 32. ONLINE REGISTRATION Just follow these quick steps to register online:  Go to shorewoodrecreation.org  Log in (forgot password, or unsure if you have an account please call our office).  Type in search window (upper right corner) 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 and 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.

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, building assets and to enhance safety for students, staff, faculty, and visitors. The following guidelines will be used by the High School for use of such equipment: • Camera placement and use allows for the recording of persons present on the school grounds.

• The date, time and location of each recorded session and the video images will be stored on our server for at least seven days. Selected data may be archived. • School administrators may, in accordance with State and Federal law, use video images to investigate student behavior and support student discipline, including suspension and expulsion proceedings. • Recorded video images may be “pulpil records” under Wis. Stat. 118.125. Disclosure of any video image that is confidential student record shall only be in accordance with applicable law.

Please provide appropriate credit card information. If you would like our department to walk you through the registration process, please do not hesistate to call. 33. uNABLE TO uSE cREDIT FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION Unfortunately in-house credit can only be applied by our staff. Therefore your credit can not be utilized during online registration. We are sorry for the inconvenience. 34. NON-RESIDENT ONLINE REGISTRATION We reserve the right to cancel an online Non-Resident registration made prior to the Non-Resident registration date in order to accommodate Shorewood Residents. 35. 90+ cLuB Are you 90 years or older, live in Shorewood, and participate in Shorewood Recreation Department programs? If so, please contact the Recreation Department ! You are eligible to participate in our programs FREE. The 90+ Club does not include co-op programs, vendor programs, and fieldtrips. 36. SpEcIAL EDucATION For Special Education information, please call Shorewood Intermediate School at (414) 963-6951.

FAcILITy uSAGE AFTER 5 pM AND WEEkENDS Please use these doors to enter and exit the building after 5 pm, Monday through Friday, and on the weekend. 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 administration parking Science Building VHE Pool entrance and middle entrance

please call the Recreation Department at (414) 963-6913 x 4 if you have any questions regarding our guidelines.

Performing Arts Building Southwest door, across from Administration Building Arena, Bowling Lanes, and Youth Center Arena Building Front Door Fitness Center Main door


SHOREWOOD RECREATION’S PROGRAM REGISTRATION FORM (ONE FORM pER hOuSEhOLD)

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MAIL TO: Shorewood Recreation and community Services Department 1701 E. capitol Drive, Shorewood, WI  53211 ONLINE: www.shorewoodschools.org OR FAX: (414) 961-3175 questions? please call (414) 963-6913 x 4 Special considerations? (medications, disabilities, etc)

Name (parent /guardian)______________________________Date of Birth____/___/____Gender_____ Address_______________________________________________________________Apt.______ city_____________________Zip_____________Email ___________________________________ primary phone (

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Name of participant First

Last

Male Female

Date of Birth

Grade

T-Shirts (If applicable, t - shirt will be indicated in the program description) Name____________________________Size______ Name____________________________Size______

)____________________ Attends Free & Reduced Shorewood Lunch public Schools? program? yes / No

_____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________

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

program Title

Reduced/waiver Fees: participants may receive discounts on programs. See #5 on page 32 for more information.

program Fee

Total from other forms credit

Round up for Recreation: Rounding Up your program fees help provide financial support to those who are Round up For Recreation unable to afford the program fee for activities. See #18 on page 32 for more information.

Late Fee

Name____________________________Size______

Total Amount

I, the undersigned, do hereby agree to allow the individual(s) named herein to participate in the activity(ies) indicated. I am aware of and understand that there may be potential risks inherent with participation in any recreation activity and that the Shorewood School District and the 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 any 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:________________________________________________________________________

course #

Date:______________________________

Date Processed: ________/________/________ _______Cash _______#Check (payable to Shorewood Rec Dept) _______Credit Card (Mastercard / Visa / Discover) Card #

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Exp______/_______ Security Code_____________


BIRTHDAY PARTIES Let the Shorewood Recreation Department host your child’s next birthday party. Parties must be booked at least two weeks in advance. Reservations are for Saturdays and Sundays only. Adjustments (ie: number of guests, time or theme) will not be honored after two weeks prior to the party date. Adult supervision is required. Please see below for party options and specifics.

DANcE BIRThDAy pARTy Grade K4 - 5 Are you ready to move? Celebrate your birthday by dancing with your friends. The birthday child can choose their favorite dance or learn a new ballet, hip-hop or creative dance routine. When scheduling your party, let us know what type of music you like. Fee includes up to 15 guests. Due to limited space, no additional guests will be permitted. Location: Length: Fee:

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SHS Performing Arts Building Dance Studio Room 276 & VHE Pool Upper Lobby. 1 ½ hours (1 hour dancing, ½ hour party gathering) Resident - $100 / Non-Resident - $150

pOOL BIRThDAy pARTy Grade K5 - 6 Swim in the SHS Pool with your friends for one hour and then celebrate in the Youth Center for another 45 minutes for the party gathering. There must be at least 2 adults in the water at all times. Our staff will facilitate pool games. Fee includes up to 12 guests. Additional guests are welcome at $4/guest not to exceed 24 guests. Location: Length: Fee:

SHS Pool & Youth Center 1 ¾ hours (1 hour swimming, ¾ hour party gathering) Resident - $100 / Non-Resident - $150

SpORTS BIRThDAy pARTy

BOWLING BIRThDAy pARTy

Grade K5 - 8 Come enjoy the use of Shorewood High School’s North Gym. You can choose the sport; soccer, kickball, dodge ball, or floor hockey and we’ll provide the equipment. Our staff will facilitate the sport. The VHE Pool Upper Lobby is included for the party gathering. Fee includes up to 18 guests. Additional guests are welcome at $4/guest not to exceed 24 guests.

Grade 1 - 5 Come celebrate your birthday by bowling in the Shorewood High School bowling lanes. Our lanes feature moon-glow lighting if participants choose to use it. The birthday child will receive a special gift at the end of their party - a bowling pin signed by all party goers. Fee includes up to 16 guests. Due to limited space, no additional guests will be permitted.

Location: Length: Fee:

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North Gym & VHE Pool Upper Lobby 1 ½ hours (1 hour gym time, ½ hour party gathering) Resident - $80 / Non-resident - $120

SHS Bowling Alley and Youth Center 1 ½ hours (1 hour bowling, ½ hour party gathering) Resident - $100 / Non-Resident - $150

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SHOREWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT Recreation and Community Services Department 1701 E. Capitol Dr. Shorewo od, WI 53211 (414) 963-6913 x 4 shorewo odscho ols.org

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