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Youth Programs Summer 2017

Nature Play ° Legos ° Cooking ° Art Camp Enrichment & Fun!

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#CampPLSAS Summer planning is always fun, because it means winter is almost over and sunshine and warmth are on their way to MN! It’s also exciting to see what new camps we are able to pull together. Summer camp is a great time to try new programming at Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools Community Education. We think we have succeeded in bringing a lot of variety to the #CampPLSAS lineup this year, including returning favorites and new options in all sections of the catalog. In fact, it is packed so full, that you’ll want to be sure you read the online listings carefully- we have expanded descriptions online for many of our camps because the full descriptions just wouldn’t fit in the print edition!

Community Education is a program of Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools. Community Education Services Mailing Address: 4540 Tower Street SE, Prior Lake, MN 55372

We also encourage you to follow us on Twitter (see below!) and tweet about your family’s summer camp plans and experiences. Use the hashtag #CampPLSAS. We will use that hashtag to post camp reminders, pictures, highlights, and more. Please, join us in sharing there. Happy shopping for summer camps! Carrie Dobie @Carrie_Dobie Youth Programs Coordinator

Carolyn Yagla @CarolynYagla13 Youth Programs Assistant

Summer Safety Procedures In most cases, Community Education provides a Building Monitor or other staff person to be on site when we are offering programs at ISD 719 facilities. Feel free to contact the Community Education office if you have any questions about summer programming or safety. Help Us Ensure the Safety of Your Child. Please Follow these Class Safety and Behavior Procedures: • Provide an accessible daytime phone number and an additional emergency contact. • Drop off and pick up your child in the classroom on time each session. Late pick up fees will apply. • If someone other than a parent will be picking up your child from class, please let the instructor and/or a Community Education staff person know ahead of time. • If it is okay for your child (age 11 or over only) to walk or bike home following a Summer class, indicate that at registration. • Inform the instructor AND a Community Education staff person of any allergies, special needs, or behavioral concerns. Please note that 1:1 accommodations typically cannot be made for CE programs. • The behavior of students is expected to be appropriate for the class learning environment. We reserve the right to dismiss students immediately, without a refund, when behavior is not appropriate or jeopardizes the safety of themselves or other students.

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS: Sign up with a friend or sibling and request 10% off your total fee. See page 22 for details.

Table of Contents Imagine & Design..............................................4 Learn.................................................................. 7 Play ....................................................................8 Kids’ Company................................................. 10 Experiment with E-STEM............................... 12 Perform............................................................ 15 Teens & PreTeens............................................ 16 ECFE................................................................20 La ola del lago..................................................20 District Information........................................ 21 Guidelines & Procedures.................................22 Registration.....................................................23

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See What’s Available, Week-By-Week June 12-17 Camp Summer Fun with 4H Mountain Bike Summer Swim Amazing Athletes Training Academy Amazing Tots Engineer Lego Boats Lego WeDo Robotics Something’s Fishy Moana Musical Photoshop Phenom Fire It Up! Pottery Voice Lessons Driver’s Ed

Ages Pg 5-11 6 8-11 9 6ms+ 10 3-5 11 6-9 11 18-36ms 11 6-11 12 6-11 13 6-11 14 3-8 15 10-14 17 10+ 17 11-15 19 15+ 19

July 10-15 Camp Glow in the Dark Art Messiest Art Camp Creating a Reader Unlock Reader Potential Track and Field Summer Swim Amazing Athletes Training Academy Amazing Tots Nature Play Adventures in Nature Girls FIRST Robotics Lego X Varsity Builders Little Kicksters Jazz Summer Band-Beginner Summer Band-Private Stage Band Voice Lessons Drivers Ed

Ages Pg 4-9 4 5-12 5 5-7 7 8-11 7 6-12 8 6ms+ 10 3-5 11 6-9 11 18-36ms 11 3.5-5 12 6-11 12 10-13 13 6-11 14 6-12 15 11-12 19 11-18 19 13-18 19 11-15 19 15+ 19

August 7-12 Camp Passport to Pastel Cool Clay Critters Creating a Reader Unlock Reader Potential Soccer Lacrosse Volleyball Amazing Athletes Training Academy Amazing Tots Junior Scientist Mindstorms EV3 Summer Band-Beginner Summer Band-Private Stage Band Voice Lessons Drivers Ed

Ages Pg 7-12 5 6-12 6 5-7 7 8-11 7 3.5-4 8 7-12 9 7-12 9 3-5 11 6-9 11 18-36ms 11 5-7 13 10-14 18 11-12 19 11-18 19 13-18 19 11-15 19 15+ 19

June 19-24

June 26-July 1

Camp Ages Pg Disney Princess Art 3-6 4 Icky Poo Art 3-6 4 Summer Math Deadline 5-11 7 Basketball 5-12 9 Mountain Bike 8-11 9 Summer Swim 6ms+ 10 Amazing Athletes 3-5 11 Training Academy 6-9 11 Amazing Tots 18-36ms 11 VEX - Robotics 9-12 13 Farmer for a Day 5-11 14 Beauty & the Beast Musical 4-12 15 Mug Meals 10+ 17 Eggcellent Breakfast 10+ 17 Babysitting Classroom 11-15 18 My Boho Summer 10+ 19 Voice Lessons 11-15 19 Drivers Ed 15+ 19

Camp Art Explosion* Project Runway* Archeology Workshop* Summer Fun with 4H* Safe at Home* T-Ball* Baseball* Soccer Mountain Bike Tennis Horse Camp Summer Swim Amazing Athletes Training Academy Amazing Tots Aeronauctics & Drones* Forts and Mud Minecraft Edu* My Boho Summer* MS Math by Mail Hybrid Babysitting Advanced Babysitting Babysitting Classroom Voice Lessons Drivers Ed Arte En Espanol Ninja Warrior*

July 17-22 Camp Web Design Creative Cupcake Mania Sea Quest Art Creating a Reader Unlock Reader Potential Soccer Quick Start Tennis Basketball Tennis Horse Camp Summer Swim Amazing Athletes Training Academy Amazing Tots Girls FIRST Robotics Treasure Island Theater Summer Band-Beginner Summer Band-Private Stage Band Archery Voice Lessons Drivers Ed

July 24-29

Ages Pg 9-11 4 5-10 5 6-12 6 5-7 7 8-11 7 6-12 8 4-8 9 6-12 9 4-12 9&11 6-12 10 6ms+ 10 3-5 11 6-9 11 18-36ms 11 10-13 13 6-13 15 11-12 19 11-18 19 13-18 19 10-15 19 11-15 19 15+ 19

Camp Shopkins* Web Design Creative Art Extra. Craft Fair Clay & 3D Art* Unlock Reader Potential Creating a Reader Beginning Golf* Summer Swim Fencing* Amazing Athletes Training Academy Amazing Tots Minecraft Modding* Outdoor Skills LEGO Super Hero* LEGO Engineering* Hybrid Babysitting Advanced Babysitting Summer Band-Beginner Summer Band-Private Stage Band Voice Lessons Drivers Ed

August 14-19 Camp End of Summer Bash Safe at Home Build It! Play It! Kick It! Gran’s Guide Theatre Study Skills Boot Camp Get the Job! Drivers Ed

Ages Pg 5-11 5 9-13 5 6-12 5 5-11 6 8-11 7 5-7 8 7-9 8 4-8 8 8-12 9 4-12 9&11 6-12 10 6ms+ 10 3-5 11 6-9 11 18-36ms 11 7-12 12 3.5-11 13 5-7 14 10+ 16 11-14 17 11-15 17 11-15 18 11-15 18 11-15 19 15+ 19 5-8 20 6-11 24

Ages Pg 4-9 4 8-11 7 6-12 10 10-17 15 11-14 16 14-17 16 15+ 19

July 3-8 Camp Creating a Reader Unlock Reader Potential Amazing Athletes Training Academy Amazing Tots Archery

Ages Pg 5-7 7 8-11 7 3-5 11 6-9 11 18-36ms 11 10-15 19

July 31-August 5

Ages Pg 5-11 4 9-11 4 5-17 5 5-11 5 8-11 7 5-7 7 5-8 9 6ms+ 10 7-15 11 3-5 11 6-9 11 18-36ms 11 8-12 12 6-11 13 5-11 14 5-11 14 11-15 17 11-15 18 11-12 19 11-18 19 13-18 19 11-15 19 15+ 19

Camp Web Design Creative Authentic Art Superhero Art Summer Fun with 4H Creating a Reader Unlock Reader Potential Camp Kindergarten Wild Side Combo Camp Horse Camp Summer Swim Chess - Full & Half Day Amazing Athletes Training Academy Amazing Tots Jr. Engineer Battlebots Speech Camp Bake Your Cake & Eat It Summer Band-Beginner Summer Band-Private Stage Band Voice Lessons Drivers Ed Welcome to Spanish Ninja Warrior

Ages Pg 9-11 4 8-14 6 6-12 6 5-11 6 5-7 7 8-11 7 4-5 7 6-12 10 6-12 10 6ms+ 10 5-12 11 3-5 11 6-9 11 18-36ms 11 6-9 12 12-15 16 10+ 16 11-12 19 11-18 19 13-18 19 11-15 19 15+ 19 4-5 20 6-11 24

August 21-24 Camp Lego League Rewind Laker Youth Dance Camp Drivers Ed

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Ages Pg 9-13 13 5-14 18 15+ 19

Camp Connection

Create your own full day experience by linking a morning camp and an afternoon camp. We’ll handle supervision between camps! See our website for more information. Available the weeks of June 26-30 or July 24-28 for camps offered at TOMS only.

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Glow-In-The-Dark Art Part II with Kidcreate Studio (Ages 4-9) Back by popular demand with all new projects! These projects will rock your world long after the lights go out at night. You guessed it, all the projects will glow-in-the-dark! Work with a variety of different art supplies including clay, paint, and luminescent materials to create masterpieces you will be ready to show off in the dark! You do not need to have attended Glow-in-the-Dark Art- Part I to attend this class. Please pack a nut-free snack and drink. #2812C Monday-Thursday, July 10-13 TOMS 4 Sessions Kidcreate Instructor

9:00-11:30am Art Room $109

End of Summer Bash with Kidcreate Studio (Ages 4-9) Summer is coming to an end. Don’t let it slip by without creating some “sweet” art! Create art out of candy. You guessed it, our art materials will be frosting, gumdrops, marshmallows, and other candy treats. Come create a summertime beach scene with these sweet supplies. Please pack a nut-free snack and drink. #2812D Wednesday, August 16 TOMS 1 Session Kidcreate Instructor

9:00-11:30am Art Room $35

Disney Princess Dress Up Art with Kidcreate Studio (Ages 3-6) This fun filled camp will give you a chance to transform into your favorite Disney© princesses and fairies like Tinkerbell, Cinderella, and Elsa. Each day, you will create projects you can wear home! Make gowns, crowns, jewelry, masks and more. This is art you can play dress-up in! Please pack a nut-free snack and drink. #2812A Monday-Thursday, June 19-22 9:00-11:30am TOMS Art Room 4 Sessions $109 Kidcreate Instructor

Icky Poo Art Class with Kidcreate Studio (Ages 3-6) Back by popular demand! Parents, you deserve a break! Kids, express your creativity while you enjoy some time to yourself. This is your chance to do some super-duper unbelievably messy art! Please dress for a mess and pack a nut-free snack and a drink. #2812B Friday, June 23 TOMS 1 Session Kidcreate Instructor

9:00-11:30am Art Room $35

Web Design Creative 101 (Ages 9-11)

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No prior experience required! Have you ever wondered how Facebook, YouTube and Twitter websites were created? Join this class and become a web designer. Come learn the fundamental principles of web design and use your creativity to design your very own website. At the end of this course, you’ll be able to create lists, change color using Codi, and design your own unique web page. #2532A Saturdays, July 22-Aug. 5 DSC 3 Sessions Instructor: Olivia Skyberg

10:00am-Noon Room TBD $99

Shopkins Art Creations with Abrakadoodle (Ages 5-11) Unleash your imagination and bring your favorite Shopkins character to life. Learn how to draw, paint, collage and sculpt creatures from this wonderful realm. You can even draw yourself as a shopkin! What will you name yourself and what will be your motto? Will you be like Jessicake who says “Life is what you bake it?” Bring a beverage and a nut-free snack. #2806B Monday & Tuesday, July 24-25 TOMS 2 Sessions Abrakadoodle Instructor

1:00-3:30pm Art Room $69

Please bring a nut-free snack and beverage to camp each day.

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Art Explosion with Abrakadoodle (Ages 5-11) Detonate your imagination this summer. This camp is exploding with fun and creative art projects. Make silly paper mache trolls, create colorful fireworks in a night sky, sculpt sea turtles, try your hand at circle weaving, paint a colorful canvas and more. Bring a beverage and a nut-free snack. #2806A Mon.-Thurs., June 26-29 TOMS 4 Sessions Abrakadoodle Instructor

12:30-2:30pm Art Room $109

The Messiest Art Camp Ever Part III with Kidcreate Studio (Ages 5-12) Back by popular demand with all new projects that take mess-making to the next level! Paint with plaster, tie-dye, make paper maché birds and fling paint like Jackson Pollock. You will even learn some art terms along the way. These are not projects to tackle at home- leave the mess with us. After all, art can be a marvelously messy good time! You do not need to have attended The Messiest Art Camp Ever! Part I or II to attend this camp. Please pack a nut-free snack and drink. #2182D Mon.-Thurs., July 10-13 TOMS 4 Sessions Kidcreate Instructor

1:30-4:00pm Art Room $109

Clay and 3D Art Camp with Abrakadoodle (Ages 5-11) Experiment with clay and create 3-D art that is eye-catching and unique. Make all kinds of 3D creations. Sculpt coil pots, weave a basket, sculpt a person from tinfoil and plaster tape. Make a group sculpture using unique materials. Watch your projects come to life. Bring a beverage and nut-free snack. #2806D Mon. & Tues., July 24-25 TOMS 2 Sessions Abrakadoodle Instructor

9:30am-Noon Art Room $69

Project Runway Fashion Week ‘17 with Youth Enrichment League (Ages 9-13) New summer projects! A swimsuit coverup, mini messenger bag, ear bud case and your personalized sewer’s handbook. Learn the basics of hand sewing, machine sewing, measuring, pinning and cutting patterns. No experience necessary. Dress up your summer with a new wardrobe that you made yourself! Visit YouthEnrichmentLeague.com for project pictures and more details. Don’t forget to mark your calendar for the project runway showcase the last day of camp. Make sure to secure your spot for summer haute couture. Fee includes $20 for materials. #2647E1 Mon.-Fri., June 26-30

Ages 9-11 9:00am-Noon

#2647E2 Mon.-Fri., June 26-30

Ages 12-13 1:00-4:00pm

TOMS Media Center 5 Sessions $149 Youth Enrichment League Instructor

ARCHEOLOGY WORKSHOP with Young Rembrandts (Ages 6-12) Explore the mysterious world of Egypt with Young Rembrandts! Spend four days digging into how the Egyptians lived. Investigate decorative objects in the treasured tombs including sarcophagi, hieroglyphics and more. Create drawings full of artifacts and Egyptian imagery using a variety of media. #2556A Mon.-Thurs., June 26-29 9:00am-Noon TOMS Room TBD 4 Sessions $135 Young Rembrandts Instructor

Passport to Pastel Workshop with Young Rembrandts (Ages 7-12) Grab your passport and join us for four days of adventurous fun as we explore many “locations” and experience a new medium, pastel. In your imagination, you’ll travel to three different locales to inspire each day’s pastel creation. Included locations are a cityscape, the Swiss Alps and a tropical scene full of color. Each day, you will create a 12 x 18 drawing in pastel chalks. A frame will be the proper place for display! No experience necessary. Please wear an old shirt or smock to class each day. #2556B Mon.-Thurs., August 7-10 9:00am-Noon TOMS Room TBD 4 Sessions $135 Young Rembrandts Instructor

Cupcake Mania (Ages 5-10) Indulge yourself in this sweet adventure! Learn several techniques for both frosting with frosting bags and tips and decorating cupcakes for various special occasions. You will learn the art of making buttercream frosting. Each day you’ll go home with your own decorated cupcakes creations. Cupcake Wars, here you come! All supplies are included but bring your own apron. Please bring a beverage and a nut-free snack each day. #2927A Mon.-Thurs., July 17-20 1:00-3:00pm 4 Sessions $195 TOMS Room 308 Instructor: Kelly Confectionary Creations

Art Extravaganza Art and Craft Fair (Ages 5-17) Bracelets and barrettes, pet leashes, paperclips, photography, pottery, cards, bookmarks, magnets, scarves, and jewelry, of course! Sell your creations at the third annual Art Extravaganza Art and Craft Fair! Whatever you create can be sold (no food or beverages, please), but it must be your own work. All vendors must pre-register, space is limited. Visit www.priorlakessavagece.com for more information. #2895 Tuesday, July 25 TOMS 1 Session

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4:00-7:00pm Lower Level Lobby $5

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Summer Fun with 4-H (Ages 5-11)

Sea Quest Art Camp with Watch Me Draw! (Ages 6-12)

Try 4H! This unique, learn-by-doing model teaches essential, transferrable skills that you’ll use throughout your lives, such as problem solving, decision making, coping, communicating and responding to the needs of others. Whether you like building machines, raising dairy cows, or being a super hero, 4-H gives you the skills you need to succeed in life. Join the staff from 4H for a series of programs you won’t want to miss! Each session will have a different theme. Sign up for two camps on the same day and make it a full day camp! Community Education Staff will supervise lunch for students taking am and pm camps.

This favorite camp is back with new and more daring Sea Quest art! Have a blast drawing, painting, sculpting and crafting! Paint a stunning glow-in-the dark jellyfish on a black canvas, get crafty and learn how to expand your creativity using real sand, shells & gems in your art, explore resist techniques using watercolor and oil pastels! Take home 1-3 unique projects each day!

#2826A Tuesday, June 13

Super Heroes 9:00am-Noon

#2826B Tuesday, June 13

Fun & Fitness 1:00-4:00pm

#2826C Kitchen Fundamentals for Kids Tuesday, June 27 9:00am-Noon #2826D Tuesday, June 27

Minnesota K-12 Education Subtraction and Credit

Minnesota offers education tax subtraction and credit for families whose children participate in after school enrichment programs. Some Community Education classes qualify for this program. Here are some of the qualifications: • Only the cost of instruction qualifies for subtraction or credit. • In order to apply for a credit or deduction, families must have evidence they have paid the amount indicated. If you have questions, please call the Minnesota Individual Income Tax Division at 1.800.652.9094.

Loom Knitting 1:00-4:00pm

#2826E Tuesday, August 1

Pinball Madness 9:00am-Noon

#2826F Tuesday, August 1

Robotics 1:00-4:00pm

1 Session TOMS 4-H Instructors

$20 Room TBD

Authentic Art with Dar Brooks (Ages 8-14) Your ideas, your subjects, your authentic art! Be inspired to create art at your next level, and develop your artistic potential. There are no mistakes in this camp, and you’ll be encouraged and given confidence to help you create art that is uniquely yours. You’ll select the painting you will create within each lesson category. Understand the different visual elements, such as line, shape, values, color and texture, and explore design concepts through a wide array of art materials and exciting techniques. Instruction will include the use of watercolors, acrylics, black ink, water soluble crayons, collage, and nature printing. Every hour is a new adventure in art. An Art Show may be presented on the final day. Please wear paint clothes and be prepared to go outside for breaks during camp. Please bring a beverage, nut-free snacks, lunch, and sunscreen each day.

#2891A Mon.-Thurs., July 17-20 TOMS 4 Sessions Watch Me Draw! Instructor

10:00am-Noon Room TBD $99

Superhero Art Experience! with Watch Me Draw! (Ages 6-12) KA-BAM...BOOM...CRASH...KA-POW! Whether your favorite superhero is Superman, Batman, Catwoman, Spiderman, or the Incredible Hulk, you’ll have a super hero art adventure sculpting, painting, crafting and drawing! Design super hero scenes, 3-D clay creations, a superhero shield, logo and more! Use glow-in-the dark and metallic paints to make uniquely yours super art! #2891B Mon.-Thurs., July 31-August 3 TOMS 4 Sessions Watch Me Draw! Instructor

1:00-3:00pm Room TBD $99

Cool Clay Critters Workshop with Watch Me Draw! (Ages 6-12) If you love clay in every way, don’t miss your chance to pinch, coil, press, stamp, and paint using air dry and animator’s clay to make uniquely designed critters! Learn fun techniques while creating a monster mug, a pinch pot fish, jungle toucan and more! Add paint, glitter, jewels, rocks, shells and other fun embellishments! Can’t wait to see what you create! #2891C Mons.-Weds., August 7-9 TOMS 3 Sessions Watch Me Draw! Instructor

1:00-3:00pm Art Room $79

#2537 Tues.-Thurs., August 1-3 10:00am-2:30pm TOMS Room TBD 3 Sessions $145 Instructor: Prior Lake Artist Dar Brooks

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Safe at Home on My Own (Ages 8-11) If you (or your parents!) are feeling nervous about you being home alone for a little while this summer, this class is the solution to helping you feel more prepared. Safe at Home will answer your questions about setting up your routine to be by yourself when your parents are not home. Class will cover common household emergencies, basic first-aid, and more. Fee includes student workbook. This class is intended as a tool to help families prepare youth for staying home alone. Safe at Home will not fully prepare all youth for the responsibilities involved with being at home alone. #2757A Tuesday, June 27

9:00-11:00am

#2757B Monday, August 14

9:00-11:00am

TOMS Room TBD 1 Session $49 Instructor: Karlen Long, American Red Cross

Camp Kindergarten (Ages 4-5) Be more prepared for kindergarten! Experience a glimpse of kindergarten through a summer camp. Activities will be unique to each site and balance play and learning. They may include trying out the routine, exploring the outdoor learning sites and inside classrooms/pods and playground, getting to know each other through games, practice sitting and following directions, student initiated activities, access to maker spaces and/or technology and innovation opportunities, and more. This program is designed for students that will enter kindergarten in Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools in September 2017. See page 20 for a similar experience for incoming La ola del lago students. Please bring a beverage and a nutfree snack each day. #2940D1 Mon.-Thurs., July 31-Aug. 3 9:00-11:30am Jeffers Pond Room TBD 4 Sessions $85 Instructor: Licensed ISD 719 Teacher, Amy Alpaugh #2940D2 Mon.-Thurs., July 31-Aug. 3 12:30-3:00pm Jeffers Pond Room TBD Instructor: Licensed ISD 719 Teacher, Chelsea Anderson #2940G Mon.-Thurs., July 31-Aug. 3 9:00-11:30am Redtail Ridge Room 134 4 Sessions $85 Instructor: Licensed ISD 719 Teacher, Claire Duklet

Creating a Reader (Entering Grades K-2 with an Adult)

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Help your beginning reader. This class is designed to focus on the “the big 5” areas of reading instruction: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary. Learn through activities that can be reproduced at home. The final class will be held at the Scott County Library in Prior Lake. #2416B Saturdays, July 8- August 12 9:00-10:15am DSC Room TBD 6 Sessions $149 Instructor: Licensed Teacher, Allison Jordan

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Unlocking your NEW! Reader’s Potential (Entering Grades 3-5 with an Adult) Help your reader build better reading skills. This class is designed to help students who currently read to build proficiency in fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary development using fiction and non-fiction literature. Learn through activities that can be reproduced at home. The final class will be held at the Scott County Library in Prior Lake. #2416A Saturdays, July 8- August 12 10:30-11:45am DSC Room TBD 6 Sessions $149 Instructor: Licensed Teacher, Allison Jordan

Summer Math-By-Mail (Ages 5-11) Review and enrich your math concepts. Summer Math is not a tutoring program and is not designed to advance students ahead. It offers practice of previously learned concepts to keep skills sharp and build confidence. You will receive a pretest to determine math skills and individualize your program. Then you will receive ten weeks of lessons. After you have completed a week’s worth of work, mail it in, and we’ll make corrections, provide comments, and mail it back. Work at your own pace. You’ll love receiving your returned assignments each week in the mail! When all lessons are completed, you will receive a certificate of achievement and a restaurant meal coupon. #2700A Entering K-1st Grade #2700B Entering 2nd-6th Grade Students determine their own schedule. Enrollment Deadline: June 22 $85 Summer Math-by-Mail Instructor

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*Parents: Please drop-off and pick-up children in the Twin Oaks Lower Level Lobby for the camps with locations designated as Lower Lobby/Fields at TOMS. Weather permitting, these campers will spend most of their time outside.

Soccer with Skyhawks (Ages 3.5-12)

T-Ball with Skyhawks (Ages 5-7)

Skyhawks has a variety of soccer programs for parents looking to introduce their children to the fundamentals of the world’s most popular sport. The hour long camp for ages 3.5-4 teaches you balance, body movement, hand/eye coordination, and skill development through a series of sport-specific games tailored to your attention spans. The evening camps for ages 4-8 continues the progression of building soccer skills and focuses on the fundamentals of soccer, while teaching a series of interactive soccer specific games. The day camp for ages 6-12 uses a progressional curriculum, which helps you gain the technical skills and sport knowledge required for the next step into soccer. Designed for beginner and intermediate players, this camp focuses on dribbling, passing, shooting, and ball control. Throughout the week a wide variety of skill games and small sided scrimmages will be the focus. The day camp week culminates in a tournament day format, where participants can showcase their newly learned skills! For all camps, please bring appropriate clothing, a water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen each day. For the day camp (#2674C), please bring 2 nut-free snacks each day. All campers receive a t-shirt and merit award. Day campers will receive a soccer ball as well.

Skyhawks T-Ball staff teach the fundamentals of fielding, catching, throwing, hitting, and base running; all in a fun, positive environment. Specifically designed for beginning players, this program teaches athletes new baseball skills along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and responsibility. You will receive a t-shirt and merit award. Please bring appropriate clothing, two nut-free snacks, a water bottle, running shoes, a baseball glove, and sunscreen each day.

#2674A Ages 4-5 Mon.-Thurs., June 26-29 6:00-7:00pm 4 Sessions $55 PLHS Fields #2674B Ages 6-8 Mon.-Thurs., June 26-29 7:15-8:15pm 4 Sessions $55 PLHS Fields #2674C Mon.-Fri., July 17-21 5 Sessions TOMS

Ages 6-12 9:00am-Noon $129 Lower Lobby/Fields*

#2674D Ages 3.5-4 Mon.-Thurs., August 7-10 9:00-9:45am 4 Sessions $55 TOMS Lower Lobby/Fields* #2674E Ages 3.5-4 Mon.-Thurs., August 7-10 10:00-10:45am 4 Sessions $55 TOMS Lower Lobby/Fields* Skyhawks Instructors Weather Information: In the event of inclement or unsafe weather conditions, all outside programs will be moved to an indoor space. Whenever possible, programming will resume in a gym. When gym space is not available, instructors will be prepared with indoor activities to keep children engaged. Look for signs posted at the schools for more information about rain locations.

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#2670A Monday-Friday, June 26-30 9:00am-Noon 5 Sessions $129 TOMS Lower Lobby/Fields* Skyhawks Instructors

Baseball with Skyhawks (Ages 7-9) Skyhawks coaches teach the fundamentals of fielding, catching, throwing, hitting, and base running in a fun, positive environment. Athletes learn new baseball skills along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and responsibility. Please bring appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle, running shoes, a baseball glove, and sunscreen. You will receive a t-shirt and a merit award. #2670B Monday-Friday, June 26-30 9:00am-Noon 5 Sessions $129 TOMS Lower Lobby/Fields* Skyhawks Instructors

Track and Field with Skyhawks (Ages 6-12) Using special equipment, you’ll be taught the standard track & field events, including long distance, sprints, relays, shot put, discus, and standing long-jump. All exercises and drills prepare you, the young athlete, for a future in cross-country, track and field events, and distance running while inspiring a love for running and being active. You’ll put it all together for one fun-filled day at the Skyhawks track meet! Please bring appropriate clothing, two nut-free snacks, a water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen each day. You will receive a t-shirt and a merit award. #2747 Monday-Friday, July 10-14 9:00am-Noon 5 Sessions $129 TOMS Lower Lobby/Fields* Skyhawks Instructors

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Lacrosse with Skyhawks (Ages 7-12)

Tennis with Skyhawks (Ages 7-12)

Volleyball with Skyhawks (Ages 7-12)

You’ll be taught the fundamentals of stick handling, cradling, passing, and shooting in a fun, non-checking environment. Please bring appropriate clothing, a nutfree snack, water bottle, and sunscreen each day. You will receive a t-shirt and a merit award. Limited lacrosse kits are available for rent. Kits include helmet with full mask, lacrosse stick, and protective gloves. When you register, please select whether you will bring a helmet, lacrosse stick, and gloves to camp each day or if you need to rent an equipment kit for camp.

In Skyhawks tennis programs, players learn proper grips, footwork, strokes, volleys and serves during a series of drills designed to teach skills in a fun and dynamic way. You will also learn the rules and etiquette that make tennis an exciting game. Due to limited court space, these programs fill quickly. You will receive a t-shirt and player evaluation. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 8:1. Please bring a tennis racquet, appropriate clothing, two nut-free snacks, a water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen each day.

Volleyball skills are taught through drills and exercises that focus on passing, setting, hitting, and serving. This co-ed program is designed for beginning and intermediate players. Instructors will assist you in developing fundamental skills through game-speed drills and daily scrimmages aimed at developing the whole player. You will receive a t-shirt, volleyball, and player evaluation. The participant-tocoach ratio is approximately 10:1. Please bring appropriate clothing, two nut-free snacks, a water bottle, gym shoes, and knee pads.

#2671A Mon.-Thurs., June 26-29

3:30-5:30pm

#2671B Mon.-Thurs., July 17-20

3:30-5:30pm

#2676 Mon.-Fri., August 7-11 1:00-4:00pm 5 Sessions $129 TOMS Jerabek Skyhawks Instructors

#2896 Mon.-Fri., August 7-11 9:00am-Noon 5 Sessions $129- Participant Supplies Equipment $158-Registration with Equipment Rental TOMS Lower Lobby/Fields* Skyhawks Instructors

Basketball with Skyhawks (Ages 5-12) Designed for beginning to intermediate players, this camp focuses on teaching you the skills needed both on and off the court to be a better athlete. Each day will start with a “skill of the day” and progress into drills and games. The week ends with a tournament where you will showcase your newly learned skills. Please bring two snacks and a water bottle each day. You will receive a basketball, t-shirt and merit award. #2669A Mon.-Fri., June 19-23 5 Sessions TOMS

Ages 5-6 10:00am-Noon $95 Jerabek

#2669B Ages 7-12 Monday-Friday, June 19-23 1:00-4:00pm 5 Sessions $129 TOMS Jerabek #2669C Ages 6-12 Monday-Friday, July 17-21 1:00-4:00pm 5 Sessions $129 TOMS Jerabek

4 Sessions TOMS Skyhawks Instructors

$79 Tennis Courts

Beginning Golf with Skyhawks (Ages 5-8) This camp will focus on the fundamentals of form, chipping, putting, driving and proper alignment. To assist in this training, Skyhawks has adopted the SNAG (Starting New At Golf) system to its curriculum. SNAG is specifically designed for the entrylevel player; SNAG simplifies instruction so that young players can make an easy and effective transition onto the golf course. No need to bring your own clubs all equipment is provided. Please bring appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen. All participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award. #2856A Mon.-Fri., July 24-28 9:00am-Noon 5 Sessions $135 TOMS Lower Lobby/Fields* Skyhawks Instructors

Skyhawks Instructors

Quickstart Tennis with Skyhawks (Ages 4-8) Skyhawks tennis with Quickstart helps young kids learn and play tennis. To create a successful learning environment, modifications have been made to Skyhawks’ traditional tennis program. In addition to developing a love for tennis, you will learn the rules and etiquette that make tennis such an exciting game to play. You will receive a t-shirt and merit award. Please bring appropriate clothing, two nut-free snacks, a water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen each day. Tennis racquets will be provided. $55 #2656A Ages 4-6 4 Sessions Tennis Courts Mon.-Thurs., July 17-20 6:00-6:45pm TOMS #2656B Ages 7-8 Skyhawks Instructor Mon.-Thurs., July 17-20

Mountain Biking: Become a Mountain Bike “Ninja”! with PLHS Mountain Biking Team (Ages 8-11) Master the basics needed to safely and skillfully navigate local single-track mountain bike trails. This handson mountain bike class will focus on mountain biking skills for the beginner to experienced rider. Safety, basic bike skills and techniques and trail riding will all be addressed through demonstration, drills and games that will allow you to progress your skills through multiple levels of skill building and earn the “Mountain Bike Ninja” badge. Get ready to attack the single-track! The sessions will be held at Redtail Ridge Elementary and the beginner trail at Murphy Hanrehan Park Reserve. Participants must provide a mountain bike in good working order and wear a helmet for all sessions. Parents are encouraged to register & participate with their kids. Camp proceeds will benefit the Prior Lake High School Mountain Bike Team. Students must be accompanied by a parent for drop off and pick up. #2857 Wednesdays, June 7-28 6:00-7:30pm 4 Sessions Fee $49 Redtail Ridge Outside Field Instructor: PLHS Mountain Biking Team & Coaches

7:00-7:45pm

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“Build It! Play It! Kick It!” Combo Camp NEW! with Skyhawks and Bricks 4 Kidz (Ages 6-12) Take an all-day camp for guaranteed fun with Bricks 4 Kidz and Skyhawks Sports. Two of our popular vendors have combined efforts to create a fun, full day camp experience. Spend the mornings in a LEGO Engineering S.T.E.M. with Bricks 4 Kidz. Get started by building a variety of theme-based, fun-filled motorized models utilizing LEGO® Bricks and Technic® elements. After a supervised lunch you’ll get active with Skyhawks! This multi-sport camp offers a wide variety of sports and activities to explore in a fun and interactive setting. Skill building will focus on soccer and flag football, but camp will also include camp games like capture the flag, ultimate Frisbee and a few others. Please bring a beverages, 2 nut-free snacks, a lunch, and sunscreen each day. #2938B Mon.-Thurs., Aug. 14-17 9:00am-4:00pm 4 Sessions $199 TOMS Room TBD and Outside Skyhawks and Bricks 4 Kidz Instructors

Kids’ Company Summer Kids’ Company offers a variety of activities and experiences for children Pre-K through those entering grade 5. Activities include field trips, service projects, environmental learning, team building and much more! Check us out and be a part of the fun! Contact Kids’ Company at 952-226-0090 for more information or visit www.priorlakesavagece.com. Check out The Wave on page 18 for a program for 6th-8th graders.

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Music Together (Newborn-6 Years with Adult) Music and movement classes for babies, toddlers and preschoolers—and the grownups who love them! Infants under 8 months are free with a paid sibling. Cosponsored by Community Education, City of Prior Lake Recreation, and Music Together. A mandatory $42 materials fee will be collected at the first class. Try a demo in June. No discounts. Please see the full listing online at www.priorlakesavagece.com.

Summer Swim Lessons (6 mos.-18 years) Community Education is offering Summer Swim Lessons at Twin Oaks Middle School. Session dates are as follows: Session 1: Monday-Thursday, June 12-22 Session 2: Mon.-Thurs., June 26-29 & Mon.-Fri., July 3-7 (no class on 7/4) Session 3: Monday-Thursday, July 10-20 Session 4: Mon.-Thurs., July 24-August 3 Register online at www.priorlakesavagece.com or register in-person at the District Services Center between the hours of 8:00am-4:00pm, Monday through Friday. Please call Bobbi at 952.226.0081 with questions.

Wild Side Combo Camp with Skyhawks and Young Rembrandts (Ages 6-12) Take an all-day walk on the wild side with this fun-filled Young Rembrandts art and active Skyhawks Sports camp. Two of Community Education’s most popular vendors have combined efforts this summer to create a fun, full day camp experience. Spend the mornings in a Cartooning under The Sea Workshop with Young Rembrandts instructors. You will draw pets, cartoon animals and horses. Get started by drawing realistic renderings of various household pets. Learn how to personify ordinary animals, transforming them into fullyrealized cartoon characters. After a supervised lunch you’ll get active with Skyhawks! Skill building will focus on soccer and flag football, but camp will also include camp games like capture the flag, ultimate Frisbee and a few others. Please bring a beverages, 2 nut-free snacks, a lunch, and sunscreen each day. Visit our website for additional information. #2938A Mon.-Fri., July 31-Aug. 4 8:30am-4:00pm TOMS Room TBD and Outside 5 Sessions $229 Skyhawks and Young Rembrandts Instructors

Horse Camp (Ages 6-12) If you are horse crazy, this is your perfect introduction to horses. Learn how to care for horses and enjoy an introduction to riding a horse in this three day horse camp. Each day there will be a horse related activity along with a craft and game. Horseback riding is a sport that can be enjoyed year and throughout your life. Fee includes a snack each day and all craft supplies. Additional items, such as photos, and camp t-shirts will be available for sale at camp. All participants must submit a waiver, signed by a parent or guardian prior to camp. *For camp July 17-19, bus transportation to/from camp is available, with pickup and drop off at Jeffers Pond for an added fee of $45. Visit our website for complete details and to register. #2922A Mon.-Wed., June 26-28

9:00am-Noon

#2922B Mon.-Wed., July 17-19*

9:00am-Noon

#2922C Mon.-Wed., July 31-Aug. 2

9:00am-Noon

3 Sessions $150 Location: Capall Stables in Lonsdale Capall Stables, 4804 Clearwater Trail Lonsdale, MN 55046 Instructor: Capall Stables, Dustin Freiheit

Visit www.priorlakesavagece.com or call 952-226-0080


Chess Summer Camp with Youth Enrichment League (Ages 5-12)

Ninja Warrior (Ages 4-11)

All levels welcome. This camp works with all levels of students. Beginners learn piece movement, capturing, check, checkmate, castling and more; returning students study intermediate lessons (pins, forks, back rank mates, as examples); advanced students will study Elimination of Defense, Opening Theory and other advanced concepts. Our summer camps are fun, fast-paced and packed with information. Battle summer brain drain and procure the necessary tools to beat your dad at chess! Sign up today! Full Day Option includes supervised lunch. Bring a nut-free lunch.

#2950A Mon.-Thurs., June 26-29 4 sessions

#2893A Mon.-Fri., July 31-Aug. 4 9:00am-4:00pm Full Day Option $209 #2893B Mon.-Fri., July 31-Aug. 4 9:00am -12:30pm ½ Days, Morning Option $129 #2893C Mon.-Fri., July 31-Aug. 4 1:00-4:00pm ½ Days, Afternoon Option $129 TOMS Room TBD 5 Sessions Youth Enrichment League Instructor

Fencing with Youth Enrichment League (Ages 7-15) New and returning students are invited. Youth Enrichment League (YEL) fencing has evolved. Olympic Coach Ro Sobalvarro now heads up YEL’s curriculum, instructor training and tournament consultation. Coach Sobalvarro brings with him an immense knowledge of national and international fencing for youth. It’s fun, too. Your favorite instructors return with more knowledge, refined coaching skills and, of course, your favorite fencing games and arm bands. Safety is our first priority. We supply safety swords, protective masks, chest plates and jackets, in a high-octane, inclusive environment. Sign up today to join this sport deemed the “sport of the intellectual athlete”! Please bring a beverage and a nut-free snack each day. #6113A Ages 7-10 Monday-Friday, July 24-28 9:00am-Noon #6113B Ages 11-15 Monday-Friday, July 24-28 1:00-4:00pm TOMS Cafeteria 5 Sessions $149 Youth Enrichment League Instructor

NEW!

Please see full description on back cover. Ages 6-11 9:00am-Noon $119

#2950B Ages 4-6 Mon.-Thurs., July 31-Aug 3 10:00a-Noon 4 sessions $89 #2950C Ages 6-11 Mon.-Thurs., July 31- Aug. 3 12:30-3:30pm 4 Sessions $119 TOMS Revolutionary Sports Instructor

Jerabek

Tennis with Carlson Tennis (Ages 4-11)

Amazing Athletes (Ages 3-5) Get moving while learning new sports and skills! Amazing Athletes teaches athletic fundamentals along with handeye coordination, gross motor skills and cognitive development. Sports include baseball, golf, football, hockey, lacrosse, soccer, tennis and volleyball. #2910A Weds., June 14-July 12 (no class July 5)

9:35-10:20am

#2910B Weds., July 19-Aug. 9

9:35-10:20am

TOMS 4 Sessions Amazing Athletes Instructor

Room TBD $59

The goals are development, fun, & success. We use low compression balls, smaller rackets, and shorter courts to get the kids playing right away.

Training Academy NEW! with Amazing Athletes (Ages 6-9)

Little Stars (Ages 4-6) This class is for the youngest players. Agility, balance, and coordination are emphasized.  #2866A1 Mon.-Thurs., June 26-29

9:00-9:45am

Let’s get active! Amazing Athletes Training Academy is a cross-training fitness program designed to promote active wellness through advanced physical fitness challenges, partner-based sports lessons, and age appropriate strength training.

#2866A2 Mon.-Thurs., July 17-20 4 Sessions

9:00-9:45am $70

#2910C Weds., June 14-July 12 (no class July 5)

Ages 6 & 7 10:25-11:15am

#2910D Weds., June 14-July 12

Ages 8 & 9 11:20am-Noon

#2910E Weds., July 19-Aug. 9

Ages 6&7 10:25-11:15am

#2910F Weds., July 19-Aug. 9

Ages 8 & 9 11:20am-Noon

Rising Stars (Ages 7-8) This camp is about control and is the first Rally Stage. Rally by the 2nd lesson and the final day will be full of games and competitions. #2866B1 Mon.-Thurs., June 26-29

9:45-10:45am

#2866B2 Mon.-Thurs., July 17-20 4 Sessions

9:45-10:45am $85

Future Stars (ages 9-11) The emphasis for this camp is to play and understand the fundamentals of the forehand and backhand groundstrokes, volleys, and serve. You will be rallying from the beginning. #2866C1 Mon.-Thurs., June 26-29 10:45am-Noon #2866C2 Mon.-Thurs., July 17-20 4 Sessions TOMS Carlson Tennis Instructor

10:45am-Noon $95 Tennis Courts

Rain make-ups for all Carlson Tennis programs will be on the Friday of the same week.

Visit www.priorlakesavagece.com or call 952-226-0080

4 Sessions TOMS Amazing Athlete Instructor

$59 Room TBD

Amazing Tots with Amazing Athletes (Ages 18mos–36mos) This discovery-based program is designed to get your toddler moving! Enjoy physical challenges and organized physical exploration activities that increase major motor development. Put on your tennis shoes as you explore and learn basketball, soccer, volleyball and football with your child. #2910G Weds., June 14-July 12 (no class July 5) #2910H Weds., July 19-August 9 TOMS 5 Sessions Amazing Athlete Instructor

9:00-9:30am

9:00-9:30am Room TBD $59

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Experiment

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Engineer Lego Boats with Tech Tac Toe (Ages 6-11) All Aboard! Summer and water goes together and what better way to have a blast than building LEGO boats that actually float?! Use your engineering mind to construct boats with different propulsion systems, from paddles to propellers and much more. You’ll be using LEGO® Technic pieces and electric motors to build the fastest boat. Then you’ll captain your boat to race it against friends. This is a summer Fungineering Adventure you’ll never forget! Please bring a nut-free snack and a beverage and apply sunscreen to your child. #2916A Monday-Thursday, June 12-15 4 Sessions TOMS Tech Tac Toe Instructor

9:00-11:50am $125 Room TBD

Minecraft Modding with Java with Tech Tac Toe (Ages 8-12) Discover how to modify Minecraft code to mod your very own items, including swords, tools, blocks and more! Have a blast creating your very own items in Minecraft and delve into Java, one of the most important programming languages. Basic Windows and keyboarding skills required. Please bring a nut-free snack and beverage. Make sure you bring a USB Jump Drive to save your work. #2916C Monday-Thursday, July 24-27 4 Sessions TOMS Tech Tac Toe Instructor

1:00-4:00pm $139 Room TBD

Jr. Engineer Battlebots with Tech Tac Toe (Ages 6-9) Have a blast engineering amazing battle bots to battle other teams! With tons of gears, Lego Technic pieces and moving parts for you to lay hands on, small teams will create their very own Remote Control Battle bot, rescue bot, racing car and more! Battle your friends, improve your design and test again. An awesome way to enjoy a fungineering summer! Please bring a nut-free snack and beverage. #2916D Mon.-Thurs., July 31-Aug. 3 4 Sessions TOMS Tech Tac Toe Instructor

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9:00-11:50am $115 Room TBD

Engineering Aeronauctics and Drones with Tech Tac Toe (Ages 7-12) Explore flight like never before flying drones and engineering amazing flying machines! Learn about state of the art flying robotic technology, the four Forces of Flight, Bernoulli’s principle, the effect of properties of air on aircrafts and much more! You’ll learn to fly drones, hone your skills and join an aerial competition! You will also engineer multiple aircraft designs to take home, from helicopters to gliders to propeller propelled planes. Bring a Lego Minifigure for a surprise project! This is an awesome camp to get exposed to the latest robotic flight technology. Please bring a nutfree snack and beverage. #2916B Monday-Thursday, June 26-29 4 Sessions TOMS Tech Tac Toe Instructor

1:00-3:50pm $125 Room TBD

Nature Play Adventures with Anna Dutke (Ages 3.5-5) From puddle stomping to balancing on logs, this camp reconnects you with the great outdoors! Rain or shine, let your imagination and creativity guide your adventures. Please bring a water bottle, a nut-free snack, running shoes and sunscreen each day. #2932C Tuesday-Thurs., July 10-13 9:00-11:30am Jeffers Pond Room 211 4 Sessions $79 Instructor: Licensed ISD 719 Teacher, Anna Dutke

Adventures in Nature with Anna Dutke (Ages 6-11) Creativity and imagination will serve as your guide as you explore the great outdoors. Spend time creating new games, nature art masterpieces, and exploring new places you’ve never been. Use what you learn & do to create an Adventure Guide to take home. After camp is over, you’ll never be able to say “I’m bored” during summer again! Please bring a water bottle, a nut-free snack, and sunscreen each day. #2932D Mon.-Thur., July 10-13 1:00-4:00pm 4 Sessions $89 Jeffers Pond Room 211 Instructor: Licensed ISD 719 Teacher, Anna Dutke

Visit www.priorlakesavagece.com or call 952-226-0080


Outdoor Skills with Anna Dutke (Ages 6-11) Join a week of learning all the basic skills you need for surviving in the wilderness. Learn all about shelter building, fire starting and cooking in the outdoors! You’ll also learn about fun ways to integrate technology into outdoor adventures. Please bring a water bottle, a nut-free snack, and sunscreen each day. #2932E Monday-Thurs., July 24-27 9:00am-Noon Jeffers Pond Room 211 4 Sessions $89 Instructor: Licensed ISD 719 Teacher, Anna Dutke

Forts & Mud with NEW! Anna Dutke (Ages 3.5-11) Use nature to learn about the engineering design process. Activities will include designing and building forts, studying the structure of common Minnesota animal homes and creating your own design challenges using only natural materials. Please bring a water bottle, a nut-free snack, and sunscreen each day. #2932A Mon.-Thur., June 26-29 4 Sessions

Ages 3.5-5 9:00-11:30am $79

#2932B Mon.-Thur., June 26-29 4 Sessions

Ages 6-11 1:00-4:00pm $89

Jeffers Pond Room 211 Instructor: Licensed ISD 719 Teacher, Anna Dutke

LEGO WeDo Robotics with Youth Enrichment League (Ages 6-11) Build it, program it, play with it and learn from it! Build race cars, a forklift, boat and more, then program them to complete various tasks using LEGO Mindstorms WeDo software. In this Youth Enrichment League summer camp, you will be are challenged to build, test, program and modify multiple projects, then use those projects to investigate basic engineering concepts as well as introductory computer coding. Restrain summer brain drain, sign up today. #2647A Monday-Friday, June 12-16 1:00-4:00pm TOMS Room TBD 5 Sessions $125 Youth Enrichment League Instructor

LEGO League Rewind Robotics Camp with KING TeC (Ages 9-13)

Girls FIRST Robotics Camp with KING TeC NEW! (Ages 10-13)

Work with a team to design, build, and program a robot in this exciting robotics camp! Learn basic programing skills with EV3 technology and build using LEGOs to create robots that perform tasks to complete missions. This camp is a great way to see what LEGO League is all about and get a head start on learning how to build and program your robot. Already participated in LEGO League? Use this camp to try out different programs or missions you weren’t able to complete during the regular season. Each team will have multiple mentors from the high school robotics team, KING TeC, to guide them through the build process. The final class will be a tournament where teams will compete to have the highest scoring robot. Students with all levels of experience are encouraged to register. Register by July 1st to receive a T-shirt. Please bring a water bottle to camp each day.

Join KING TeC in our first ever camp geared towards girls. Engage your mind, challenge yourself and have loads of fun. Be inspired to think outside the box. Teams will design, prototype, build and play on a game field designed by you, using the robots you build and program. The girls of KING TeC (and boys too!) want to share their joy of all things STEM. Learn strategy, design in CAD (computer-aided design), be shown skills in mechanics, electrics and computer engineering, learn presentation and public speaking skills, but most importantly, experience processes that spark great teamwork and success. Everyone will create parts of the gaming field, which their robot will navigate through on the final day of the camp. Family and friends are invited to test their skills with your robot, on the fields you created, and see who has the higher score through the obstacles. You will receive a snack during the camp and will be provided a t-shirt, please register by May 30th. Please bring a water bottle to the camp each day.

#2933 Monday-Friday, Aug. 21-25 6:00-8:30pm TOMS Room TBD 5 Sessions $89 Instructors: KING Tec Members and Advisors

VEX Robotics with KING TeC 2169 Members (Ages 9-12) This robotics camp is engineered to challenge your mind in programming, mechanical building, and much more. Members will create teams of 4-5 students. The camp uses the same VEX robot kit as the fall middle school robotics program. Each team will design, build, and program a robot with the help and advice of at least 1 KING TeC mentor per team. At the end of the week, each team will compete in a competition and be able to show off what they have accomplished and learned. You will also be given glimpses of what it is like to be part of KING TeC, the Prior Lake High School’s robotics team. All experience levels are encouraged to register. You will receive a snack each day. Register by May 30th to receive a T-shirt. Please bring a water bottle and a nut-free snack each day.

#2887 Monday-Friday, July 17-21 1:00-5:00pm 5 Sessions $50 TOMS Room TBD Instructors: KING TeC Students, Parents, and Advisors

Junior Scientist with Mad Science (Ages 5-7) Have you ever wanted to be a chemist, geologist, biologist, illusionist, or paleontologist? These are just some of the Mad Science scientists you will become while learning about bugs, sea life, fossils, minerals, optical illusions, magic and what makes slime slimy and putty sticky. Enjoy hands-on fun and experiments as you explore a different theme each day. Please bring a beverage and a nut-free snack each day. #2501A Monday-Friday, Aug. 7-11 9:00am-Noon TOMS Art Room 5 Sessions $149 Mad Science Instructors

#2875 Monday-Friday, June 19-23 5:30-9:00pm TOMS Room TBD 5 Sessions $129 Instructors: KING TeC Members and Advisors

Visit www.priorlakesavagece.com or call 952-226-0080

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Lego X Varsity Builders Camp with Youth Enrichment League (Ages 6-11) LEGO builders, get ready for a challenge! We’ve saved our most challenging LEGO projects for this summer camp. Build a robotic DogBot, a motorized BugBot, geared up Racer and a scary Bat...all using LEGOs...all challenging for even discriminating LEGO builders. Then, use these projects (and more) to investigate engineering concepts. We keep it fun too with open ended, creative projects. Unshackle the ball and chain of summer brain drain. #2647B Monday-Friday, July 10-14 9:00am-Noon 5 Sessions $125 TOMS Room TBD Youth Enrichment League Instructor

MinecraftEdu with Computer Explorers (Ages 5-7) In our course, explore, learn, problem solve, and create amazing and unique worlds together using Minecraft for the PC. This class is for beginner Minecrafters. Play in a custom created world, on a special MinecraftEDU modded Server. Learning minecrafting basics, following a progressive story of survival on a desert island and then learn to work collaboratively to survive. Work towards a common goal of solving the mystery of the island and conquering the tyrant in charge. At the end of class, you will be given complete creative freedom to develop an island. Students will be working on individual computers. Please bring a drink & nut-free snack daily. #2787X Monday-Thursday, June 26-29 TOMS 4 Sessions Computer Explorers Instructor

1:00-4:00pm Room TBD $145

LEGO Super Hero NEW! Academy with Bricks 4 Kidz (Ages 5-11) Join Bricks 4 Kidz for building Super Heroes with LEGO® bricks. Explore all the caped crusaders and discover their super powers. Create a fantasy world and protect it against all the evil arch enemies with custom contraptions made with LEGO® bricks. #2915 Monday-Thursday, July 24-27 4 Sessions TOMS Bricks 4 Kidz Instructor

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1:00-4:00pm $99 Room TBD

Something’s Fishy! (Ages 6-11) Fishing and ESTEM; Research, design, and create! Learn about our Minnesota Walleye, Sunny, Crappie, Northern, and other interesting fish. Learn how to cast a lure and use a fishing pole, I.D. our MN fish, and have fun! Design and engineer your own Flashy Fish Catching Lure. Instructors are all licensed ISD 719 teachers with strong ESTEM knowledge. We’ve partnered with the Minnesota DNR though a grant and have engineered a very hands-on, outdoor learning experience for young scientists. Curriculum is all new or expanded, and is appropriate for new or returning campers. Fees are reduced due to funding provided by the Prior Lake Spring Lake Watershed District. Extended day is available through Jeffers Pond Kids’ Company from 3:00-5:00pm. Add extended days at the time of your registration. See www.priorlakesavagece.com for more information. Dress to be outside. Bring a lunch, water bottle, Life Jacket, and sunscreen each day. #2701A Mon.-Thurs., June 12-15 9:00am-3:00pm Jeffers Pond 1st Grade Pod 4 Sessions $99 Instructors: Licensed ISD 719 Teachers

Lego Engineering Camp NEW! with Bricks 4 Kidz (Ages 5-11) Build a variety of theme-based, fun-filled motorized models utilizing LEGO® Bricks and Technic® elements with themes such as space exploration, cranium contraptions, amazing animals, interesting inventions, construction, transportation, energy is everywhere, exploring the everglades, natural science and factory fun. Activities are designed to build self-esteem while triggering your imagination. #2915A Monday-Thursday, July 24-27 (no class July 4) TOMS 4 Sessions Bricks 4 Kidz Instructor

9:00am-Noon Room TBD $99

NEW! Farmer for a Day (Ages 5-11 with an Adult) Wozupi Tribal Gardens is home to a children’s garden, laying hens, goats and several acres of vegetables. Help with farm chores and feed animals collect eggs, and tend the garden. Take home a sunflower you’ve planted. Experience the wonders of a small farm! #2947 Saturday, June 24 11:00am-12:30pm Wozupi Cabin 2041 140th St. NE, Prior Lake 1 Session $10 Instructor: Angelica Adams, SMSC

Visit www.priorlakesavagece.com or call 952-226-0080


Moana Musical Theater Camp with Mayer Arts (Ages 3-8)

Little Kicksters Jazz and Kick Dance Class (Ages 6-12)

The Ocean is Calling! Dance and sing to the music from Moana as we put together our own musical! Everyone will learn how to put together a show from start to finish. Learn how to properly speak lines, block a scene, develop a character and much more! No experience necessary. All that is needed are comfortable clothing and lightweight tennis shoes or dance shoes. Please bring a nut-free snack and beverage daily. Friends and family are invited to observe our show during the final 30 minutes of the final class.

Join “Little Kicksters” dance class this summer! It is a high-energy, exciting class filled with high kick and jazz movement. You’ll work on a routine, play games that enhance your dance skills, and fine-tune your dance technique. No previous dance experience is required. You will show off your routine the last 15 minutes of class on the last day. Please wear comfortable clothing, tennis shoes or dance shoes. Please bring a beverage and a nut-free snack each day.

#2644A Monday-Friday, June 12-16 5 Sessions

Ages 3-4 11:00am-Noon $65

#2644B Monday-Friday, June 12-16 5 Sessions

Ages 4-8 1:00-4:00pm $115

TOMS Auditorium Mayer Arts Instructor

Beauty and the Beast Musical Theater Camp with Mayer Arts (Ages 4-12) Tale As Old As Time! Learn songs and dances from Beauty and the Beast and put on a show! Everyone will learn how to put together a professional show from start to finish. Learn how to properly speak lines, block a scene, develop a character and much more! No experience necessary. All that is needed are comfortable clothing and lightweight tennis shoes or dance shoes. Please bring a nut-free snack and beverage daily. Friends and family are invited to observe our show during the final 30 minutes of the final class. #2644C Mon.-Fri., June 19-23 5 Sessions

Ages 4-8 9:00am-Noon $115

#2644D Mon.-Fri., June 19-23 5 Sessions

Ages 7-12 1:00-4:00pm $115

TOMS Auditorium Mayer Arts Instructor

Laker Dance Team Youth Camp (Ages 5-14) Please see page 18 for more information. #2707A Mon.-Wed., August 21-23 9:00-11:00am TOMS Jerabek Performance: Thursday, August 24 PLHS Outside 4 Sessions $90 Instructor: PLHS Laker Dance Team

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#2841A Monday-Thursday, July 10-13 9:30-11:30am 4 Sessions $85 TOMS Room TBD Instructor: Licensed Teacher ISD 719, Laresa Pickens

Gran’s Guide to Stop NEW! an Ogre with Child’s Play Theatre (Ages 10-17) Feel like you don’t fit in? Feel like you are picked on? Come learn how Gran thinks you should handle those bullies! Many speaking parts and we’ll focus heavily on character development and advanced acting skills in this production. For actors with several shows of experience. Additional fees are charged to attend performances ($1 per student, $5 per adult). Please bring a water bottle and nut-free snack to each session. #2868B Monday-Friday, August 14-18 8:00am-Noon Showtimes: Friday, August 18 1:00 & 7:00pm 6 Sessions $85 TOMS Auditorium Child’s Play Theater Instructor

Treasure Island with Child’s Play Theater (Ages 6-13)

NEW!

Join Jim Hawkins and the crew of the Hispaniola as the fight Long John Silver and his pirate crew for the buried gold on Treasure Island! Many speaking parts and fun pirate songs. Aaargh! Join us for the fun, Matey! Additional fees are charged to attend performances ($1 per student, $5 per adult). Please bring a water bottle and nut-free snack to each session. #2868A Mon.-Fri., July 17-21 8:00am-Noon Showtimes: Friday, July 21 1:00pm & 7:00pm 6 Sessions $85 TOMS Auditorium Child’s Play Theater Instructor

Visit www.priorlakesavagece.com or call 952-226-0080

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Teens and

PreTeens

Speech Camp with PLHS Varsity Speech Team (Ages 12-15)

Study Skills Boot Camp with Sylvan Learning (Ages 11-14)

The Prior Lake High School Speech Team is hosting a summer speech camp for incoming 6-9 grade students and future speech hopefuls. This camp will offer training and guidance on improving your public speaking abilities by focusing on the art of persuasion, displaying emotion and acting skills. Those attending will choose a speech or learn to research and write their own speech. Current Speech Team members will help you choreograph and learn blocking techniques while putting the finishing touches to your presentation. The last day of this camp will offer a showcase parents are welcome to attend. Please bring a beverage and a nut-free snack each day.

Middle school requires a lot of organization and individual accountability. This interactive, yet personal approach to teaching improves study habits, goal setting and achievement as well as a focus on time management and organization. You’ll identify learning preferences and tackle barriers. This class is planned to give you an improved skill set for your academic future and life’s journey. All materials are included. Bring a beverage and nut-free snack each day.

#2923 Monday-Friday, July 31-Aug. 4 8:00am-Noon 5 Sessions $129 PLHS Room TBD Instructors: PLHS Varsity Speech Members and Advisors

Get the Job! (Ages 14-17) Are you planning to start working soon? Getting a job can be more complicated than showing up and asking for one. Learn to land the perfect first job! On the first day, learn where and how to look for job opportunities, how to apply (including an actual application), what to do, say, wear, and ask at an interview, and how to make an impression that will help you get the job you want or need. The second night of class requires a completed application. Mock interviews will be scheduled and staggered throughout the class time. Class includes connections to local businesses hiring high school students and mock interviews may lead to job offers for the ideal candidates. #2831 Tues. & Thurs., August 15 & 17 2:00-4:00pm 2 Sessions $49 TOMS Room TBD Instructor: Renee Hengenmuhle, Inspired HR Services

Art Extravaganza Art and Craft Fair (Ages 5-17) Please see full description on page 5. #2895 Tuesday, July 25 4:00-7:00pm 1 Session $5 per table TOMS Lobby

#2899 Mon.-Thurs., August 7-10 4 Sessions TOMS Sylvan Learning Instructors

1:00-3:00pm $135 Room TBD

Bake Your Cake & Eat It Too! (Ages 10-18) Everyone loves cakes and cupcakes! In this camp you will learn how to bake your own small cakes and cupcakes, make your own buttercream frosting and fill your frosting bags, fitted with frosting tips. Decorate various fun designs for different special occasions. Try your hand at some fondant work to create a variety of adorable small cakes and cupcakes! Learn the art of cake decorating right from a professional cake decorator. Each day you will go home with your decorated creations. Cupcake Wars, here you come! All supplies are included but you should bring your own apron. #2927B Mon.-Thurs., July 31-Aug. 3 1:00-4:00pm 4 Sessions $289 TOMS Room 308 Instructor: Kelly’s Confectionary Creations

My Boho Summer (Ages 10+) Free spirits welcome! Take the road NEW! less traveled and make Bohemian style crafts, décor, and personal accessories. Combine items found in nature with individual artistic flair, such as twigs, feathers, rocks, and flowers. Use free, flowy fabrics, yarns, beads and paint. Sign up for both sections, each section will have different projects. If you are planning on registering for “Art Extravaganza Art and Craft Fair on Tues., July 25, this camp is perfect to help you ignite your creativity. #2949A Monday-Thursday, June 19-22

1:00-4:00pm

#2949B Monday-Thursday, June 26-29 9:00am-Noon 4 Sessions TOMS Instructor: Angela Haugen

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$99 Room TBD

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Photoshop Phenom with Mary Jo Pauly (Ages 10-14)

Babysitting-Online and Adventures in Cooking: Classroom Hybrid Mug Meals (ages 10+) Microwave Mug Meals are for everyone! (Ages 11-15)

Design a logo for your lawn-mowing business and edit crazy photos that make you look like a superhero or an alien living on a distant planet! This and more as you learn graphic design and photo-editing basics using the amazing power of Adobe Photoshop. What creative (ad)ventures will you embark on? In addition to providing an introduction to the exciting possibilities of this industry standard software, learn design fundamentals with an emphasis on photographic exploration and free hand digital drawing. Instead of simply “doodling,” you will learn to think critically about aesthetics and composition. Please bring a beverage and a nut-free snack each day.

The Red Cross offers Babysitting Certification online, but practical application using the online info is important for many students. This hybrid option allows for all the learning required for certification, plus practice with these new skills. And, it only requires 3 hours of classroom time for busy families. To participate, please register for the practical portion at www.priorlakesavagece.com (space is limited). Approximately 2 weeks prior to the practical course, this section will be confirmed or cancelled based on enrollment. Students will be emailed the link to the Red Cross website, where the online course should be completed. No refunds after this time. This online portion must be completed prior to the classroom portion. Upon completion of the online program, you will receive a Certificate of Completion. Please bring that Certificate of Completion to the practical application class, which covers baby care, practice exercises related to child/infant conscious choking, rescue breathing, checking for consciousness, and First Aid Skills to use in emergency situations. The $35 fee is for the classroom portion only. There is a $25 fee to complete the Red Cross online program.

#2935 Monday-Friday, June 12-16 9:00-11:30am 5 Sessions $99 TOMS Room TBD Instructor: Licensed ISD 719 Teacher, Mary Jo Pauly

Middle School and High School Standards Based Math-By-Mail (Ages 11-14) Keep your young mind active. Created by current middle school math teachers with 40+ years of combined experience, Minnesota Standards, Math Frameworks and Minnesota Benchmarks are the basis for this curriculum. Creative problem solving, multiple choice, and short answers are embedded into an 8 week course of independent study. You’ll be given a pretest then placed in an appropriate skill level necessary to strengthen your individual math needs. You’ll receive 8 packets to complete at your own pace. As packets are finished, mail them back for feedback. All packets are due back by August 14 in order to provide timely feedback. #2700C Entering 6th-9th Grade Students determine their own schedule. Enrollment Deadline: June 30 $89 Math-by-Mail Instructor

#4008D1 Tuesday, June 27

Noon-3:00pm

#4008D2 Tuesday, July 25

9:00am-Noon

1 Session $35 TOMS Room TBD Karlen Long, American Red Cross Certified Instructor

Fire it Up! Pottery (Ages 10+)

NEW!

Explore clay and pottery that will expand your imagination while learning the basics of wheel thrown pottery. Learn how to create functional pottery. This camp is a perfect complement to “Adventures in Cooking: Mug Meals.” Design your microwave safe mug that will be perfect to use in that camp. It’s time to clay! Dress for mess! #2650A Mon. & Tues., June 12 & 13 9:00-11:30am 2 Sessions $49 HOMS Art Room Instructor: Licensed ISD 719 Teacher, Julie Pyle

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Whether you are always on the go, living in a dorm, want to eat single serving portions of real meals that will satisfy your appetite, or want to eat something healthy and save time, mug meals are the way to go. Learn to make and create a day’s worth of Microwave Mug Meals from breakfast to dinner, and everything in-between. Don’t worry, we won’t forget dessert. Please bring a microwavable safe mug to class each day or register for “Fire it Up! Pottery” and make your own mug for this camp! #2937B Mon.-Thurs., June 19-22 1:00-3:00pm 4 Sessions $85 TOMS Room 308 Instructor: Licensed ISD 719 Teacher, Amanda Fay

Adventures in Cooking: Chopped! EggCellent Breakfasts (ages 10+) Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Learn techniques and recipes for creating delicious breakfast or brunch items. For many chefs and cooks, breakfast represents just part of a huge repertoire of skills and abilities. One of the most popular sayings among cooks is that the one true test of culinary skill is how well you cook eggs. In each class you’ll be given basic ingredients along with secret ingredients for creating delicious breakfasts and brunches. Bring your enthusiasm, creativity and willingness to explore new recipes. Are you ready? Sign up for this popular camp, you will have an Eggcellant time! #2937A Mon.-Thurs., June 19-22 9:30-11:30am 4 Sessions $85 TOMS Room 308 Instructor: Licensed ISD 719 Teacher, Amanda Fay

Fencing with Youth Enrichment League (Ages 7-15) Please see page 11 for more information. #6113A Ages 7-10 Monday-Friday, July 24-28 9:00am-Noon #6113B Ages 11-15 Monday-Friday, July 24-28 1:00-4:00pm 5 Sessions $149 TOMS Cafeteria Youth Enrichment League Instructor

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Teens and

PreTeens

The Wave (6th-8th Grade)

The WAVE is a spin-off of Kids’ Company. Be with friends and plan your field trips and activities. Flexible scheduling allows families to choose which days you will attend and allows you to participate in summer band, summer school, sports, enrichment, etc. Field trips are held Tues., Weds., and Thurs. Mon.-Thurs., June 19-Aug. 17 TOMS 7:00am-5:00pm $75 Registration Fee $36/Day Call for more info.

Babysitting-Classroom Based Program (Ages 11-15) This Babysitting Training class prepares you to safely and responsibly care for yourself and children or infants in the absence of a parent or guardian. This class will help you develop leadership skills, learn how to develop a babysitter’s business, keep yourself and others safe, help children behave, and learn basic child care and First Aid. You must complete all hours to earn a completion certificate. You will receive a Babysitter’s Bag with a handbook. Classes are taught by American Red Cross certified instructors. #4008A Mon. & Tues., June 19 & 20

8:30am-Noon

#4008B Mon. & Tues., June 19 & 20

1:00-4:30pm

#4008C Wed. & Thurs., June 21 & 22

8:30am-Noon

#4008D Wed. & Thurs., June 21 & 22

1:00-4:30pm

#4008E Mon. & Tues., June 26 & 27

8:30am-Noon

#4008F Wed. & Thurs., June 28 & 29

8:30am-Noon

#4008G Wed. & Thurs., June 28 & 29

1:00-4:00pm

2 Sessions $79 TOMS Room TBD Instructor: Licensed ISD 719 Teacher Maureen Johnson

Mindstorms EV3 Battlebots with Computer Explorers (Ages 10-14) New builds and challenges! Combining the versatility of the LEGO building system and the Mindstorms EV3 (the most sophisticated microcomputer brick ever made by LEGO), this camp will energize and excite you. Working each day in teams, you’ll construct fun LEGO models, experiment with programs, and compete in robotic challenges. Robot building, block programming, and teamwork will be part of each day’s activities. Final challenges will be centered around target hitting and a sumo battle. Please bring a drink & nut-free snack daily.

Advanced Babysitting (Ages 11-15) Set yourself apart! This class is not offered in many areas, so it could increase the demand for your babysitting service. This class will prepare you to deal with life threatening first aid emergencies when caring for other children. Class covers Child/Infant CPR, Advanced First Aid to include splinting, slings and sudden illnesses such as allergic reactions, diabetic emergencies, use of an inhaler, and exposure to an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). You will receive certification in Child/ Infant CPR/AED (valid for 2 years). You must complete the Babysitting Training class prior to starting Advanced Babysitting. You will receive a First Aid kit. #4000A Wednesday, July 26 9:00am-Noon 1 Session $69 TOMS Room TBD Karlen Long, American Health and Safety Institute Certified Instructor

Laker Dance Team Youth Camp (Ages 5-14) Attend a four-day camp put on by the Laker Dance Team! After being divided into groups by grade, dancers will learn a variety of skills from current Laker dancers, play games, and learn a short routine. Fee includes a t-shirt. Please indicate t-shirt size when registering (Youth Small-Adult Medium). Registrations received after Friday, August 4th cannot be guaranteed a t-shirt. After attending this clinic, participants will be invited to perform at the Blue & Gold PLHS football game on Thursday, August 24th at 7:00pm. Parents are invited to this game to see the performance. Wear comfortable clothing, lightweight tennis shoes or dance shoes. Camp proceeds benefit the PLHS Dance Team. Please bring a beverage and a nut-free snack each day. #2707A Mon.-Wed., August 21-23 9:00-11:00am TOMS Jerabek Practice Thursday, August 24 5:30pm PLHS Gyms Followed by Performance Outside PLHS 4 Sessions $90 Instructor: PLHS Laker Dance Team

#2787C Mon.-Thurs., Aug. 7-10 9:00am-Noon TOMS Room TBD 4 Sessions $129 Computer Explorers Instructor

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Driver’s Education with A+ Driving School (Ages 15+) Community Education and A+ Driving School offer a comprehensive program exceeding the standards required by the state of MN. The complete program includes 30 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours of private behind-the-wheel training. We offer both the Traditional and Flex courses, and each includes defensive driving techniques and hands-on, dynamic curriculum with experienced, certified instructors. The flexible course offers ease in scheduling classroom time around vacations, activities and a busy lifestyle, and allows for more practice time driving with the permit. This allows you to be eligible to test for your permit after the first 15 hours of classroom instruction. Students are eligible to receive classroom instruction at age 14.5 or older, however you need to be 15 to test for the learner’s permit. The fee of $185 is due upon registration for the Permit course. You may take the Skills course immediately following the completion of the 5 Permit course sessions, and test for your permit at the completion of both courses, or break the Permit and Skills courses up and practice driving with a permit before beginning the Skills courses. We strongly recommend that you register for both the Permit Course and a Skills Course upfront. There is no additional fee for the Skills course. Once you receive a valid permit, behind the wheel lessons are scheduled online or by calling A+ Driving School directly. Behind the Wheel lessons include home pick-up within the boundaries of ISD 719. Please see the full listing online at www.priorlakesavagece.com.

Private Voice Lessons (Ages 11-15) Voice lessons will be individualized for you to focus on specific skills and strategies to help you become a better singer and all around musician. You’ll experiment with music from different genres and work on posture, breathing and other technical aspects of music, all designed to elevate your voice and confidence when you perform. Each lesson is 30 minutes, select your time slot when registering online. #2752 Tues., June 13-August 8 8:00am-2:30pm (no lessons July 4) 8 Sessions $200 TOMS Room 104 Instructor: Licensed ISD 719 Teacher, Alicia Fitchett

Summer Band-Beginners (Entering 6th Grade) Beginner Band in ISD 719 starts this summer with the Community Education sponsored Summer Band Program. To register, please attend our registration event or visit www.priorlakesavagece.com to select your assigned instrument and a lesson time. If you have any questions related to the Summer Band Program, or you need an instrument, we recommend you attend the registration night for Summer Band, where you can meet with instructors and/or instrument vendors at Twin Oaks on May 23rd from 5:007:00pm. We highly recommend meeting with one of the instrument vendors to obtain an instrument for your child to play. Vendors will be available in the Twin Oaks Middle School Gym from 5:00-7:00pm, on May 23rd. If you are unable to meet with a vendor and your child needs an instrument, please arrange to rent or purchase your instrument ASAP. An instrument is required prior to participation in the Summer Band program. Registration opens May 1st. Includes 2 group lessons per week. Week 1 lessons are 1 hour. Weeks 2-5 lessons are 30 minutes. Mon.-Thurs., July 10-August 10 10 Sessions $89 TOMS Music Rooms Licensed ISD 719 Band Teachers

Summer Band-Its (Stage Band) (Entering 8th-12th Grade) Have you ever thought about playing in Jazz Band or wanted a summer opportunity to make rockin’ and swingin’ music? This group is open to all regular concert band and jazz band instrumentation, but will feature rock and swing music styles, with a rhythm section (drum set, bass guitar, electric guitar, piano). Rehearsals will be twice a week with an off-site gig the last week. Register at www.priorlakesavagece. com. Prerequisite: You must be currently enrolled in the Prior Lake Band Program and have completed at least the 7th grade, or have been a member of one of the school jazz bands. Space is limited. Students may be added from the waitlist, if necessary, based on strengths and specialties of students and the needs of the complete band. #2882 Tues. & Thurs., July 11-Aug. 10 1:15-2:15pm 10 Sessions $115 TOMS Room TBD Performance: August 8, Time TBD TOMS Instructors: Licensed ISD 719 Teachers Brian Melody & Dagan Hanson

Summer Band-Private Lessons (Entering Archery Camp (Ages 10-15) 6th-12th grade) Step up to the challenge and take your shot! Learn proper shooting techniques and range safety, and hang out with other youth interested in developing archery skills. This club is designed for archers with beginner to intermediate skills. You will learn to shoot compound bows, work on accuracy, and learn techniques to shoot at different yardage points. Along with archery, you will have the opportunity to try out hunting techniques with atl-atls. All equipment is provided. Unless weather is severe, this is a rain or shine, outside program. Dress for the weather. Parents are responsible for pick up and drop off at the range at Cleary Lake Park (18106 Texas Avenue, Prior Lake). Class size is limited to 20, so register today. #2842A Wednesday-Friday, July 5-7 1:00-4:00pm #2842B Mon.-Weds., July 17-19 9:00am-Noon 3 Sessions $59 Cleary Lake Regional Park Visitor Center Three Rivers Park District Instructors

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Band continues through the summer with individual weekly lessons. Thirty minute lessons occur once per week. Register at www.priorlakesavagece.com. Choose your lesson time and instructor based on availability. Space is limited. Register early for a time slot that fits your schedule. Registration opens May 1st. Monday-Thursday, July 10-August 10 Register for 1 day/week 5 Sessions $125 TOMS Music Suite Licensed ISD 719 Band Teachers

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La ola del lago

Edgewood School

Arte en Espanol (Kindergarten-3rd grade) Learn about Spanish-speaking artists and create several works of art in their style! This camp immerses you in the Spanish language while teaching about several Spanishspeaking artists. Focus on one artist each day and then create art in that artist’s style. This class is taught in Spanish. Class is only open to Spanish immersion students entering Kindergarten-3rd Grade in the fall of 2017. Please bring a beverage and a nut-free snack each day. #2921C Mon.-Thurs., June 26-29 9:30-11:30am 4 Sessions $79

EW/La ola del lago Room 247 Licensed La ola del lago Teacher, Molly Mancia

Welcome to Spanish Immersion! (Kindergarten) ¡Bienvenidos a Kinder! The 2017-18 La ola del lago Kindergartners will get a glimpse of the Spanish Immersion experience all while building/reviewing their basic Spanish vocabulary for classroom objects, colors, and numbers. This is an exciting opportunity for you to get to know teachers, the building, and the language before the start of the school year. Each day will have a different animal theme. We will read a book about the animal, make a craft about the animal and play a game with that animal- all in Spanish. Camp is open to students entering Kindergarten at La ola del lago. Please bring a beverage and a nut-free snack each day. #2921A Mon.-Thurs., July 31-Aug. 3 9:00-11:30am 4 Sessions $85

EW/La ola del lago Room 218 Licensed La ola del lago Instructor, Jillian Sullivan

EARLY CHILDHOOD FAMILY EDUCATION (ECFE) ECFE is a Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools Community Education Program that strengthens families with young children through play, education, and support. Did you know? ECFE is not just for parents! All special grown-ups are invited to participate in ECFE! Grandparents, nannies, aunts & uncles all enjoy and participate in classes. Parent/Caregiver Perks: • Support & encouragement in your role as a parent or caregiver • Current, research-based information on child development • Peer connections: We are in this together • Community connections: Awareness of community resources and support services • Dedicated time together with your special little one

Child Benefits • Forming friendships • Identity development • School readiness support • Discovery, exploration, and creation • Dedicated time together with your special grown-up

Visit our ECFE webpage for more information about future class offerings: www.priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us/community/early-childhood-programs/ecfe

CIRCLE OF FRIENDS PRESCHOOL Circle of Friends Preschool is enrolling students for the 2017-2018 school year! We serve all learners in an inclusive, caring environment. Using a child-centered approach, teachers support all learners to feel safe, cared for and encouraged. This empowers learners to challenge themselves and take appropriate risks to deepen their learning. Children learn through play, and exit ready for K! Circle of Friends Preschool has again earned a Parent Aware Four Star Rating, which is the highest rating possible through the Minnesota Department of Education. The rating system allow families to easily identify child care and early education programs using research-based best practices to prepare children for kindergarten. In addition to preschool classes at Edgewood School, Jeffers Pond Elementary and Grainwood Elementary, we are excited to be able to offer some new half-day, nature preschool class options for 4-year-olds at Glendale Elementary next year. These classes will be able to utilize McColl Pond Environmental Learning Center’s outdoor nature space during the school day! Find more information about Circle of Friends Preschool and our registration process on our preschool website: www.priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us and click on “Our Schools” or call 952-226-0956 to learn more about our program.

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COMMUNITY CONTACTS Boy Scouts & Cub Scouts (Northern Star Council) 763-231-7201 www.northernstarbsa.org

Thank you for Choosing Community Education We are excited that you have taken some time to explore our catalog to learn more about the exciting summer programs and services we offer to hundreds of youth in our community.

Camp Fire USA 612-235-7284

Teri Staloch, Ed. D. Superintendent

We pride ourselves in providing dozens of opportunities for students to develop skills, determine interests and discover talents.

City of Prior Lake 952-447-9800 www.cityofpriorlake.com City of Prior Lake Parks and Recreation Dept 952-447-9820 www.priorlakerecreation.com City of Savage Parks and Recreation Dept 952-224-3420

Our programs align with the mission of the district, which is to educate all learners to reach their full potential as contributing and productive members of our ever-changing global community.

District 719 Circle of Friends Preschool 952-226-0956

As such, we strive to offer programs we know have a high interest level in our community, enrich students’ lives and help them succeed, all while having a great time. Our instructors are experts and eager to share what they know with students. We know you and your child will have a great summer participating in Community Education programs!

GED Testing 952-567-8136 GED & Adult Basic Ed 952-226-0081

English Language Classes 952-226-0081

Girl Scouts (River Valley Council) 800-845-0787 www.girlscoutsrv.org HeadStart 651-322-3500 www.capagency.org

Teri Staloch, Ed. D.

PLAY www.playinfo.org (Prior Lake Athletics for Youth)

Superintendent

Prior Lake Soccer Club www.priorlakesoccer.org

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the Community Education (CE) Office at 952.226.0080 if you are not satisfied with any class or activity in which you participated. We appreciate being notified as soon as a concern is noticed, so that we may have the opportunity to improve the program for all participants. Refunds - Your money will be refunded if your class is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment or if the class is filled before we receive your registration. If you choose to cancel your class registration, to be eligible for a full refund we need to receive your request no later than 4pm, five business days prior to the first day of class. You must call or visit the CE Office to request a cancellation. Cancellations cannot be processed online by a consumer. Refunds are not issued after that time due to commitments made to instructors. Cancellations received after five business days will be subject to no refund. A $10 processing fee will be deducted from any refund. Cancellation - Community Education reserves the right to withdraw a course due to lack of enrollment or loss of a suitable facility. If we have to cancel a class, every effort will be made to contact all the participants who preregistered. Please include on your registration form a phone number where you can be contacted during the day. Community Education assumes no responsibility for reaching registrants who do not provide an accessible daytime phone number. Whenever possible, messages will be left on voicemail/answering machines. If an email is provided at the time of registration, notifications will also be sent to the address provided.

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Classes may be cancelled due to inclement weather or for other unavoidable reasons. These sessions are made up whenever possible. If school closes during the day due to bad weather, Community Education will cancel all activities. Listen to WCCO 830 AM radio for official school closure notices. Call 952.226.0080 for evening or weekend cancellation information.

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off your total fee (maximum discount of $15). You must be taking the same classes and request the discount at the time of registration. This discount cannot be combined with any other coupon or offer. Not valid on ECFE, Driver’s Education classes, private sessions, or where otherwise noted. All UCare Minnesota members may take up to a $15 discount per class. Any coupons used will be accepted with registration form by mail or dropped off only.

with specialists in their fields who are interested in presenting classes in their areas of expertise to the community. We do not endorse the opinions or business affiliations of the instructors. Class Confirmations - Community Education does not mail class confirmations. If you provide a valid email address at the time of registration, a confirmation will be emailed to you. We will contact you by phone or email if there is a change. Please list a daytime phone number so we can reach you if a class is cancelled. If there is a last minute change, signs are posted at each site with your class information, including class title, room number and time of classes. Privacy - The information requested on registration forms will be used to verify eligibility as well as determine staff, facility and equipment needs. You or your child’s registration information may be provided to school district staff, volunteers, instructors, the school district attorney, insurer and auditor. Your email information is for internal use only and will not be sold or solicited. Photographs or videos of classes in action may be taken and used for district publications and web pages. If you object to having your picture used, please notify the Community Education Office at 952.226.0080 each time you register. Community Use of Facilities - Need a place to meet? Community members and organizations are invited to apply to use district facilities and grounds for their meetings and activities. Community Education Services coordinates all community group or individual requests for facility usage after school, on evenings, weekends and during summer months. All requests must be made at least 7 business days before the intended activity. For more information, please call Gina Fern, M-F, 8am-4pm at 952.226.0095 or email facilityuse@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us. Policy, pricing and guidelines for community use of facilities, calendars and facility use application forms are available online at www.priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us, or call Gina Fern to have an application mailed. Liability insurance is required for use of ISD 719 district facilities and grounds. Please visit our website for directions to all buildings.

Tuition Assistance - Reduced fees, scholarships, and payment plans are available for families experiencing financial hardship. Assistance is limited to one program per person in each quarter with a limit of $100 per person/per quarter. Some programs are not eligible. You must be a resident of ISD 719 to qualify. Call 952.226.0080 to request assistance. Lost or Stolen Items - Community Education is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged items. Please do not bring valuables with you to class. Student Absences - To be eligible to participate in Community Education programs, classes, or events, students are expected to be in school all day. Students who are ill or miss for other reasons not considered excused absences (such as a doctor’s appointment), will not be allowed to participate in Community Education programs on that day.

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Debra Schaff District Facility Use Secretary

Leanne J. Weyrauch Community Education Director

952-226-0082

Carrie Dobie Youth Programs Coordinator

952-226-0088

KIDS’ COMPANY OFFICE Kelly Vossen Coordinator

Carolyn Yagla Youth Programs Assistant

952-226-0094

Bobbi Birkholz Community Education Secretary

952-226-0081

Ann-Marie Nopola Community Education Receptionist

952-226-0086

Jenny Nagy 952-226-0085 Community Involvement Coordinator Linda Ringstad Community Education Specialist

952-226-0083

Gina Fern District Facility Coordinator

952-226-0095

952-226-0087

952-226-0092

Kristi Gaudette 952-226-0093 Kids’ Company Assistant Coordinator Danielle Kleist Kids’ Company Secretary

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Lisa Kraft Kids’ Company Secretary

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION SERVICES ADVISORY COUNCIL Laila Barr, Angie Barstad, Greg Boatman, Connie Carlson, Carrie Dobie, Jenny Nagy, Linda Ringstad, Lee Shimek, Catlin Soukup, Quinn Sturm, Jerry Young and Leanne Weyrauch

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Online - www.priorlakesavagece.com Phone - 952-226-0080 • Fax -952-226-0099 By Mail or In Person- ISD 719 Community Education 4540 Tower St SE, Prior Lake, MN 55372

Youth Registration Form Child’s Name___________________________________ Birthdate______________ Grade 2017-18________ Child’s Name___________________________________ Birthdate______________ Grade 2017-18________ Child’s Name___________________________________ Birthdate______________ Grade 2017-18________ Parent/Guardian_______________________________________ I give permission for my child/children to □ Walk □ Ride Bike □ Other After Camp

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Note: The option to walk/bike is only available for youth 11 and older. Home Phone_________________________ Daytime/Cell_________________________ Address_____________________________________________ City________________ Zip____________ Email Address for Confirmation_____________________________ I have read and agree to the Community Education Summer Safety Procedures (on page 2). Signature____________________________________________ Date______________ Person picking child up other than parent_______________________________________________________ Does your child have any allergies, special needs, medical or other related conditions that the instructors should be aware of? _____________________________________________________________________________ Child

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Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Permit No. 30 Prior Lake, MN

4540 Tower St SE Prior Lake, MN 55372

Questions? Call Community Education at 952.226.0080 or visit www.priorlakesavagece.com

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Ninja Warrior (Ages 4-11) Ninja Warriors Adventure Camp will advance your movement, strength and agility skills. Training uses similar obstacle concepts as seen on the show, modified to a gym setting. Focus is on developing balance, speed and strength skills to accomplish the obstacles that make up the obstacle course challenge. #2950A Mon.-Thurs., June 26-29 4 sessions

Ages 6-11 9:00am-Noon $119

#2950B Mon.-Thurs., July 31-Aug 3 4 sessions

Ages 4-6 10:00a-Noon $89

#2950C Mon.-Thurs., July 31- Aug. 3 4 Sessions

Ages 6-11 12:30-3:30pm $119

TOMS Revolutionary Sports Instructor

Jerabek

Pls commedbk summer2017  

Prior Lake-Savage Community Education

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