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ROOSEVELT COMMUNITY center 901 E. Santa Clara St. | (408) 794-7555

spring 2018

Inside this issue! programs for children, teens, adults & active adults

Afterschool & Preschool Programs | scholarship details inside

www.sanjoseca.gov/prns | www.sjregistration.com


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preschool programs | afterschool programs | youth enrichment classes | adult classes | therapeutic programs Scholarships are awarded as funding is available. Completion of the scholarship application does not guarantee approval of a scholarship.

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ROO SEVELT COMMU N I TY C E NTE R 901 East Santa Clara Street | (408) 794-7555

Spring Registration begins

SATURDAY FEB. 24, 2018

Three Easy Ways to Register

1. Visit us online at www.sanjoseca.gov/PRNS 2. Walk into your local Community Center as seen below. 3. Mail or fax your local Community Center.

C o mmu ni ty Center & Ci ty F ac i l i ty Loc a t i o n s

A lma C o mmunity Cent er

Al m ad en Commu nity Center

B asc om Commu n i t y C e n t e r

B e r r y e s sa Communi t y C ent er

C am den Commun ity Center

Cypress Community & Senior Center

Emma Prusch Farm Park Center

Everg r een Commun ity Center

Gar dner Commu n i t y C e n t e r

Hank Lopez Community Center

Mayfair Commu nity Cen ter

M illbr ook Comm u n i t y C e n t e r

Northside Community with Grace Art &

Roose v elt Commu nity Cen ter

Seven Trees Community Center

Bus Line: 65 | Therapeutic Rec

901 East Santa Clara Street 95116 (408) 794-7555 | FAX: (408) 294-7981 Bus Line: 22 & 64 | District 3

Southside Community & Senior Center

Willow Glen Community & Senior Center

M ain P R N S Of f i c e

136 West Alma Avenue 95110 (408) 794-6289 | FAX: (408) 294-0478 Bus Line: 82 | District 7 3050 Berryessa Road 95132 (408) 251-6392 | FAX: (408) 251-7687 Bus Line: 62 | District 4

647 South King Road 95122 (408) 794-6262 | FAX: (408) 926-9181 Bus Line: 22, 25 & 77 | Agricultural Heritage 1694 Adrian Way 95122 (408) 794-1630 | FAX: (408) 923-5215 Bus Line: 70 | District 5 Wellness Program 288 North 6th Street 95112 (408) 293-0422

5585 Cottle Road 95123 (408) 629-3336 | FAX: (408) 365-7135 Bus Line: 27 & 68 | District 2

6445 Camden Avenue 95120 (408) 268-1133 | FAX: (408) 997-1222 Bus Line: 63 | District 10

3369 Union Avenue 95124 (408) 559-8553 | FAX: (408) 559-1203 Bus Line: 27 & 62 | District 9 4860 San Felipe Road 95132 (408) 270-2220 | FAX: (408) 223-6063 Bus Line: 31 | District 8 2039 Kammerer Avenue 95116 (408) 794-1060 | FAX: (408) 347-9732 Bus Line: 22 & 77 | District 5

2175 Lincoln Avenue 95125 (408) 448-6400 | FAX: (408) 978-8291 Bus Line: 26 & 64 | District 6

Building Community Through Fun

1000 South Bascom Avenue 95128 (408) 794-6289 | FAX: (408) 280-5030 Bus Line: 62 | District 6 403 Cypress Avenue 95117 (408) 244-1353 | FAX: (408) 249-9460 Bus Line: 23 | District 1 520 West Virginia Street 95125 (408) 277-2474 | FAX: (408) 277-4640 Bus Line: 64 & Light Rail | District 6 3200 Millbrook Drive (408) 274-1343 Bus Line: 30 & 31 | District 8

3590 Cas Drive 95111 (408) 794-1690 | FAX: (408) 972-2175 Bus Line: 82 | District 7 200 East Santa Clara Street 95113 (408) 535-3570 | FAX: (408) 292-6299 Downtown San Jose


SPRING 2018– GENERAL INFO TA B L E O F C O N T E N TS

R O O S E V E LT C O M M U N I T Y CENTER HOURS

Spring Egg Hunt

3

Upcoming Programs

4

Summer Camps

5-8

San Jose Preschool Programs

9

Programs for Little Hands

10

Sports

11

Muisc Classes

12-13

Dance Classes

14

RYC & Spring Recess Camp

15

Active Adults (50+)

16

Fitness Center & Classes

17

Rental Information

18

Registration Policy

19

Registration Form

20

S TA F F Philip Solis

Supervisor

Stella Gutierrez

Senior Programs

Rhonda Vargas

Leisure Programs & SJ Rec Preschool

Carina Orozco

Youth/Teen Programs & Special Events

Maribel Roman

SJ Sports Arena & Fitness Center

Melissa Dominguez

Rental & Volunteer Coordinator

Monday–Thursday | 6 AM–8 PM Friday | 6 AM–6 PM Saturday | 9 AM–1 PM

C O N TAC TS Phone

(408) 794-7555

Fax

(408) 294-7984

SCHOLARSHIPS Did you know that PRNS offers a variety of scholarship opportunities to those individuals and families in need? Whetheryou are looking for a preschool program, after schoolprogram, youth enrichment class, summer camp, adults class, or therapeutic program, PRNS is committed to providing access to our recreation programs. The scholarship application is available to download at sanjoseca.gov/scholarships or you can inquire at your local community center. Apply as soon as possible!

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S AV E T H E DAT E ! Spring Classes & Summer Camps February 24, 2018

Spring Egg Hunt

March 24, 2018 | 9:30 AM—12 PM


SPRING EGG HUNT | 3

Spring is here! We invite you and your loved

ones to our annual Spring Egg Hunt at Roosevelt Park. Enjoy a morning filled with fun activities & crafts to create lasting memories. Egg hunts will be held for each age group and a special prize will be give to those who find the GOLDEN EGGS!

YOUTH AGES 1.5-11 years

ADVANCED REGISTRATION

$6 per child Register in person or online: www.sjregistration.com

LATE REGISTRATION After March 17th

WHEN

Saturday March 24, 2018 9:30am--12:00pm

WHERE Roosevel Community Center 901 E. Santa Clara Street, San Jose, CA (408)-794-7555

EVENT SCHEDULE Activity #

Time

Age

234.3.1301

10:00am

1.5-2 years (w/parent)

234.3.1302

10:30am

3-5 years

234.3.1303

11:00am

6-8 years

234.3.1304

11:30am

9-11 years

$8 per child

Building Community Through Fun. www.facebook.com/rooseveltccsj

To Request an accomodation for City-sponsored events or an alternative format for printed materials, please contact the Roosevelt Community Center at (408)-794-7555 (TTY) as soon as possible, but at least three business days before the event. www.sanjoseca.gov/prns


4 | UPCOMING PROGRAMS PRESCHOOL

Little Learner for 3–4 years old

Registration: Feb. 24, 2018

Kinder Prep for 4—5 years old

For more information call Roosevelt at (408)-794-7555

Children will be introduced to socialization, positive self-esteem, following directions and simple learning concepts. This class prepares your child for kindergarten with age-appropriate activities, learning concepts, socialization skills and fun.

Spring 2018 Classes (p. 10-14) Music for Preschools

Piano Beethoven for 4 –5 years old

Basketball Classes for Preschoolers Parent & Me for 2—3.5 years old First Shots for 3.5—5 years old

Busy Bees

Parent & Child for 2—3 years old

Baby & Me Art

Parent & Child for 1.8—3 years old

Mini Gym Stars Ages 3—6

A great beginner gymnastic class teaching basic gymnastic skills, including movement exploration, balance, and cooridination, and at the same time teaching agility and improving motor skills.

Tap & Ballet Ages 3—8

This Ballet/Tap class will introduce dancers to basic movements and teach children to use their body as a rhythmic instrument.

Dance Sensations Ages 7-12

Learn Ballet, Jazz/ Hip Hop, and Tap Dance

NEW!

Gym Stars Ages 7—12

Learn cartwheels, handstands, rolls, round offs, and much, much more! Parents are allowed to stay for the first day of class and are encouraged to attend the last class for a great recital.

Hula Ages 4 –6; 7—12; and 13—Adults

Learn the art of graceful dancing through our new Hula class! This 8-week class will teach the basics of hula: hand movements that tell a story, foot and hip movement, coordination, and choreography. Experience the beautiful Hawaiian culture through dance, all while becoming a healthier you and having fun!

NEW!

MUSIC CLASSES FOR ALL AGES Drums for 8–Adults | Guitar for 6–Adults | Piano for 4–14 y/o Electric Guitar for 10–Adults NEW! Approval for distribu on of these materials does not imply endorsement by San Jose Uni ed School District. La aprobación para la distribución de estos materiales no implica reconocimiento alguno por parte del Distrito.

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SUMMER CAMPS | 5 Kinder Camp Ages 3-5

At Kinder Camp your child will participate in an unforgettable summer day camp experience ocmbining summer camp traditions with enrichment and educational activities. Children will play crazy fun games, sports, create cool arts and crafts projects, sing funny songs and embark on a weekly in house field trip. Activities incorporate educational features disguised in fun and entertaining activities and projects. Price includes a low leader to child ratio of 1:7, in-house field trips, a Camp shirt, skill building, new friendships, disguised learning and much more! Campers need to bring water, lunch* and sunscreen each day. *Check with your local community center for a complete list of field trips, lunch programs, scholarships and payment plans. Each Kinder Camp session runs for 1 week. In-House Field Trips (Subject to Change)

Res/Non Res: $150/$154 Week of July 4th: $140/ $144 *No meetings will be held on July 4th Course #

Time

Date

Day(s)

# of Mgts

234.1.1099

9:00am--3:00pm

6/4--6/8

M--F

5

234.1.1001

9:00am--3:00pm

6/11--6/15

M--F

5

234.1.1002

9:00am--3:00pm

6/18--6/22

M--F

5

234.1.1003

9:00am--3:00pm 6/25--6/29

M--F

5

234.1.1004

9:00am--3:00pm

7/2--7/6

M Tu Th F

4

234.1.1005

9:00am--3:00pm

7/9--7/13

M--F

5

234.1.1006

9:00am--3:00pm

7/16--7/20

M--F

5

234.1.1007

9:00am--3:00pm

7/23--7/27

M--F

5

234.1.1008

9:00am--3:00pm

7/30--8/3

M--F

5

234.1.1009

9:00am--3:00pm

8/6--8/10

M--F

5

Camp San Jose Ages 5-12

At Camp San Jose your child will participate in an unforgettable summer day camp experience combining summer camp traditions with enriching and educational activities. Children will play fun games, sports, create cool arts and crafts projects, sing funny songs and embark on a weekly field trip. Activities incorporate educational features disguised in fun and entertaining activities and projects. Price includes a low leader to child ratio of 1:10, field trips, a Camp San Jose shirt, skill building, new friendships, disguised learning and much more! Campers need to bring water, lunch* and sunscreen each day. *Check with your local community center for a complete list of field trips, lunch programs, scholarships and payment plans. Each Camp San Jose session runs for one week. Field trips are subject to change.

Res/Non Res: $220/$224

Week of July 4th: $176/ $180

*No meetings will be held on July 4th Course # 234.1.1011 234.1.1012 234.1.1013 234.1.1014

Time 8:00am--6:00pm 8:00am--6:00pm 8:00am--6:00pm 8:00am--6:00pm

Date 6/11--6/15 6/18--6/22 6/25--6/29 7/2--7/6

Day(s) M--F M--F M--F M Tu Th F

# of Mgts 5 5 5 4

234.1.1015 234.1.1016 234.1.1017 234.1.1018 234.1.1019

8:00am--6:00pm 8:00am--6:00pm 8:00am--6:00pm 8:00am--6:00pm 8:00am--6:00pm

7/9--7/13 7/16--7/20 7/23--7/27 7/30--8/3 8/6--8/10

M--F M--F M--F M--F M--F

5 5 5 5 5

Register at any Community Center or Online at www.sanjoseca.gov/PRNS | Registeration Begins December 2nd | Page 5


6 | SUMMER CAMPS Extended Care Ages 3-12

Extended care is a great option for working parents. Participants will be supervised by Camp San José staff and participate in Camp San José activities. We recommend participants to bring a bottled water everyday to stay hydrated.

Res: $22 Week of July 4th: $18 Course #

Class

234.1.1041

*No meetings will be held on July 4th Time

Date

Day(s)

# of Mgts

AM Care

7:00am--8:00am

6/11--6/15

M--F

5

234.1.1051

AM Care

8:00am--9:00am

234.1.1042

AM Care

7:00am--8:00am

234.1.1052

AM Care

8:00am--9:00am

234.1.1043

AM Care

7:00am--8:00am

234.1.1053

AM Care

8:00am--9:00am

234.1.1044

AM Care

7:00am--8:00am

234.1.1054

AM Care

8:00am--9:00am

234.1.1045

AM Care

7:00am--8:00am

234.1.1055

AM Care

8:00am--9:00am

234.1.1046

AM Care

7:00am--8:00am

234.1.1056

AM Care

8:00am--9:00am

234.1.1047

AM Care

7:00am--8:00am

234.1.1057

AM Care

8:00am--9:00am

234.1.1048

AM Care

7:00am--8:00am

234.1.1058

AM Care

8:00am--9:00am

234.1.1049

AM Care

7:00am--8:00am

234.1.1059

AM Care

8:00am--9:00am

Res: $66 Week of July 4th: $53

M--F 6/18--6/22

M--F

5

M--F 6/25--6/29

M--F

5

M--F 7/2--7/6

M Tu Th F

4

M--F 7/9--7/13

M--F

5

M--F 7/16--7/20

M--F

5

M--F 7/23--7/27

M--F

5

M--F 7/30--8/3

M--F

5

M--F 8/6--8/10

M--F

5

M--F

*No meetings will be held on July 4th

234.1.1061

PM Care

3:00pm--6:00pm

6/11--6/15

M--F

5

234.1.1062

PM Care

3:00pm--6:00pm

6/18--6/28

M--F

5

234.1.1063

PM Care

3:00pm--6:00pm

6/25--6/29

M--F

5

234.1.1064

PM Care

3:00pm--6:00pm

7/2--7/6

M Tu Th F

4

234.1.1065

PM Care

3:00pm--6:00pm

7/9--7/13

M--F

5

234.1.1066

PM Care

3:00pm--6:00pm

7/16-7/20

M--F

5

234.1.1067

PM Care

3:00pm--6:00pm

7/23--7/27

M--F

5

234.1.1068

PM Care

3:00pm--6:00pm

7/30--8/3

M--F

5

234.1.1069

PM Care

3:00pm--6:00pm

8/6--8/10

M--F

5

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SUMMER CAMPS | 7

San Jose Athletics: Summer Futsal Camp Ages 7-14

Futsal is FIFA’s official indoor soccer game, which is, essentially, a scaled down version of outdoor soccer played indoors. It is a small-sided game (5v5) played on a smaller field (roughly the size of a basketball court) with a smaller (size 3-4) ball. This camp will focus on building a solid foundation of soccer skills as it applies to Futsal, learning successful game strategies and plays, developing and improving youth’s overall technique. Participants must wear gym appropriate shoes, bring a bottle of water and also bring a snack. Fall day campers must bring a bag lunch.

Res/Non Res: $171/$175 Course #

Time

Date

Day(s)

# of Mgts

234.1.1070

8:00am--3:00pm

6/18--6/22

M--F

5

234.1.1096

8:00am--3:00pm

7/9--7/13

M--F

5

Building Community Through Fun!

San Jose Athletics: Dodgeball Camp 7-14

Dodge, Duck, Dip, and Dive in this non-stop, outrageously fun, and enormously popular summer camp. Participants must wear gym appropriate shoes, bring a bottle of water, and also bring a snack.

Res/Non Res: $145/$149 Course #

Time

Date

Day(s)

# of Mgts

234.1.1096

9:00am--1:00pm

7/23--7/27

M--F

5

San Jose Athletics: Summer Hockey Camp Ages 7-14 Does your child want to learn to play hockey? This Roller Hockey Camp serves as a great introduction to hockey or the perfect place to develop your skills! Participants will learn the fundamentals of hockey including skating, stick handling, passing, shooting, offensive and defensive strategy along with the rules and regulations of the game. Taught by skilled instructors, players will participate in drills and games to enhance their skills. All equipment necessary to play from head to toe will be provided (skates limited) so that all that is needed is a desire to learn. Please bring a lunch and water to camp each day.

Res/Non Res: $160/$164 Course #

Time

Date

Day(s)

# of Mgts

234.1.1076

9:00am--1:00pm

6/18-- 6/22

M--F

5

234.1.1077

9:00am--1:00pm

7/9--7/13

M--F

5

234.1.1078

9:00am--1:00pm

7/30--8/3

M--F

5

Register at any Community Center or Online at www.sanjoseca.gov/PRNS | Registeration Begins December 2nd | Page 7


8 | SUMMER CAMPS FIT Camp Ages 7-12

Come join us at F.I.T. Camp, a two week long camp where your kids will develop a balanced approach of knowledge, skills and confidence to be physically active for a lifetime! Campers will learn healthy habits from our leaders who use evidence based curriculum. This summer, your kids will build friendships, grow their confidence, and benefit from outdoor activities and field trips. Field trips are subjects to change. NOTE: please mention all allergies or other concerns to leaders on first day of camp.

Res/Non Res: $335/$339 Week of July 4th: $302/ $306 *No meetings will be held on July 4th

Course #

Time

Date

Day(s)

# of Mgts

234.1.1071

9:00am--3:00pm

6/11--6/22

M--F

10

234.1.1072

9:00am--3:00pm

6/25--7/6

M--F

9

234.1.1073

9:00am--3:00pm

7/9--7/20

M--F

10

234.1.1074

9:00am--3:00pm

7/23--8/3

M--F

10

NEW!

Leadership Camp Ages 13-16

Leadership Camp is designed for teens, who want to have a fun summer while gaining leadership skills and introductory work experience. This program includes age-appropriate camp activities such as sports, art projects and cooking classes along with training in game leadership, program planning, and field trip safety/supervision. Teens will get mentorship from recreation staff, learn the value of teamwork and become role-models for younger campers. A weekly field trip is included.

Res/Non Res: $160/$164

Week of July 4th: $128/ $132

*No meetings will be held on July 4th

Course #

Time

Date

Dates

# of Mgts

234.1.1061

8:00am--1:00pm

6/11--6/15

M--F

5

234.1.1062

8:00am--1:00pm

6/18--6/22

M--F

5

234.1.1063

8:00am--1:00pm

6/25--6/29

M--F

5

234.1.1064

8:00am--1:00pm

7/2--7/6

M Tu Th F

4

234.1.1065

8:00am--1:00pm

7/9--7/13

M--F

5

234.1.1066

8:00am--1:00pm

7/16-7/20

M--F

5

234.1.1067

8:00am--1:00pm

7/23--7/27

M--F

5

234.1.1068

8:00am--1:00pm

7/30--8/3

M--F

5

234.1.1069

8:00am--1:00pm

8/6--8/10

M--F

5

RYC Teen Summer Drop in 6th-12th Grade

Roosevelt Youth Center has your summer planned! RYC teen members can drop in any day to hang out, play fun games, and make new friends. Youth will design S.T.E.M. & art projects, learn new skills, and take awesome field trips all summer long. Trips are taken every week and may have varying hours. (Nominal fee applies for some trips).

Membership $10 Time

Date

Day(s)

1:00pm--6:00pm

6/11--8/10

M--F

*No meetings will be held on July 4th *Includes free drop-in all summer *Must have membership to attend field trips

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CODING ACADEMY| 9 NEW!

Roosevelt’s Coding Academy Ages 9-14

Camp Description: Coding is writing instructions that a computer interprets to run programs. Coding is a fun and useful skill that is integral to the tech industry. The Roosevelt Coding Camp aims to teach youths aged 9-14 to code by writing interactive exercises and games. By the end of this one-week camp, each student will have written their own choose-your-own-adventure game with programs such as; Ruby, Scratch and Stencyl. Required Materials for Students:In order to participate in this camp, each student must have access to their own email account, and must be able to access this account from the Internet. Students will also need an account on Cloud9 (http://c9.io/), which will be created on the first day using the students email address. A USB drive is optional; some students may find it helpful for saving notes, but all camp coding will be done on Cloud9.

(Check back with us for schedule)

Res/Non Res: $167/$171 Week of July 4th: $145/ $149 *No meetings will be held on July 4th Course #

Time

Date

Day(s)

234.1.1294 234.1.1295 234.1.1296 234.1.1297

8:00am--3:00pm 7/2--7/6 M Tu Th F 8:00am--3:00pm 7/9--7/13 M--F 8:00am--3:00pm 7/16--7/20 M--F 8:00am--3:00pm 7/23--7/27 M--F

234.1.1298 234.1.1299

8:00am--3:00pm 8:00am--3:00pm

7/30--8/3 8/6--8/10

# of Mgts 4 5 5 5

M--F M--F

5 5

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PRESCHOOLS Little Learners Ages 3-4

Children will be introduced to socialization, positive self-esteem, following directions and simple learning concepts. Children will work on hand eye coordination, motor skills, and gain independence through the use of circle time, music, songs, stories, play and arts and crafts. Food will be provided for cooking activities and may be provided for special events. Children must be fully potty trained before the start of class. Requirements for parent attendance, volunteers, snacks, etc. varies by center.

Kinder Prep Ages 4-5

This class prepares your child for kindergarten with ageappropriate activities, learning concepts, socialization skills and fun. Your child will gain a basic understanding of shapes, colors and pre-phonics and literacy building (i.e. identifying letter sounds, and writing the alphabet and simple words), as well as number recognition, and counting up to 30. The goal is to have fun, participate and learn. Children must be fully potty trained before the start of class. Requirements for parent attendance, volunteers, snacks, etc. varies by center.

Fees will be Prorated after first month. Ask about Scholarship Program!

No class for either class on the following dates: September 7

October 12

November 11

November 25–27

December 21–January 2 (Winter Closure) January 18 February 15

March 31

April 1

May 23

Register at any Community Center or Online at www.sanjoseca.gov/PRNS | Registeration Begins December 2nd | Page 9


10 | PROGRAMS FOR LITTLE HANDS Baby & Me Art Class Ages 1.8-3

You may not know it, but you may have the next Oscar-Claude Monet. Come and learn what your little one can create. Best of all you can do it together and make a different guided project each week. A parent and child hands on art class. Time for both child and parent to get a little dirty and explore art projects together.

Busy Bees Ages 2-3

Buzz Buzz! If you are looking for a program for your 2 to 3 years old we have a program for you. This is a program that has been designed to meet social, cognitive and recreational needs of the youngest member of our community. Activities include: social play, art, story telling, singing, and group games. Parent must attend with registered child for first class then we will work on leaving your child for an hour.

Piano Beethoven Beginners Ages 4-5

Come learn piano with Beethoven Bear and Mozart Mouse! Students will learn music theory and piano basics in a fun and positive environment. Access to piano/keyboard at home is essential. Parent or guardian must attend with child.

Hula Ages 4 –6

Learn the art of graceful dancing through our new Hula class! This 8-week class will teach the basics of hula: hand movements that tell a story, foot and hip movement, coordination, and choreography. Experience the beau ful Hawaiian culture through dance, all while becoming a healthier you and having fun!

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Res

Non Res

Course#

Class

Time

Date

Day

Age

# of Mtgs

234.4.0101

Baby & Me Art

10:00 AM–11:00 AM

4/12–5/17

Thu

1.8–3

6

$22.50

$90

$94

234.4.0401

Busy Bees

9:30 AM–11:00 AM

4/10–5/15

Tue

2–3

6

$32.50

$130

$134

234.4.0630

Piano Beethoven Beginners

9:15 AM–10:00 AM

4/14–5/19

Sat

4–5

6

$25

$100

$104

234.4.0211

Hula

4:00 PM–4:45 PM

4/5–5/24

Thu

4–6

8

$20

$80

#84

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SPORTS | 11 Mini Gym Stars Ages 3-6

A great beginner gymnastic class teaching basic gymnastic skills, including movement exploration, balance, and coordination, and at the same time teaching agility and improving motor skills. Parents are allowed to stay for the first 10 minutes on the first day of class and are encouraged to attend the last class for a great recital.

Gym Stars Ages 7-12

Be a gymnastic star! Learn cartwheels, handstands, rolls, round offs, and much, much more! Parents are allowed to stay for the first day of class and are encouraged to attend the last class for a great recital.

Parents & Me Basketball Ages 2-3.5

This parent-child class develops motor skills and coordination pertinent to the game of basketball. Repetition permits children to build their confidence and esteem. Activities include organized games that help children to develop skills and learn to follow directions. No class on Saturday, Feb. 17th

First Shots Basketball Ages 3.5-5

Discover the fundamentals of basketball in a fun recreational environment. Preschool class include age appropriate activities and emphasize basketball skills such as shooting, dribbling, and passing. Fun games will be played in each class, please be sure your child wears proper sport clothes and shoes (no boots or open toed shoes) and bring a water bottle, seasonal fruit to be eaten at the end of the class, and a small towel. No class on Saturday, Feb. 17th Res # of ScholarCourse# Class Time Date Day(s) Age Mtgs ship as low as

Res

Non Res

234.4.0802

Mini Gym Stars

5:00 PM–5:45 PM

4/3–5/22

Tue

3–6

8

$25.50

$102

$106

234.4.0803

Gym Stars

6:00 PM–6:45 PM

4/3–5/22

Tue

7–12

8

$25.50

$102

$106

234.4.0831

Basketball: Parent & Me

9:15 AM–9:30 AM

4/14–5/19

Sat

2–3.5

6

$19.50

$78

$82

234.4.0832

Basketball: First Shots

10:45 AM–10:15 AM

4/14–5/19

Sat

3.5–5

6

$22.00

$88

$92

SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Did you know that PRNS offers a variety of scholarship opportunities to those individuals and families in need? Whether you are looking for a preschool program, after schoolprogram, youth enrichment class, summer camp, adults class, or therapeutic program, PRNS is committed to providing access to our recreation programs. The scholarship application is available to download at sanjoseca.gov/scholarships or you can inquire at your local community center.

Openings fill up fast. Apply as soon as possible! Register at any Community Center or Online at www.sanjoseca.gov/PRNS | Registeration Begins December 2nd | Page 11


12 | MUSIC CLASSES

Guitar– Beginner Level 1 for both Acoustic & Electric Ages 6-8

Carlos Santana, Jimi Hendrix, and Eddie Van Halen all started here, at the beginning. Here is Guitar Beginner, the primary focus is learning the guitar basics. Material covered will include reading chord diagrams, chord charts, charts, and playing scales and melodies. Come aspire to greatness with us! No experience necessary! Bring your own pick!

Guitar– Beginner Level 2 Ages 8-14

Beginner Level 2 you will learn more chords getting you ready for intermediate class. Material covered will include reading chord diagrams, chord charts, charts, playing scales, melodies, and simple composers to play in a duets. Must have taken Beginner Level 1. Bring your own pick!

Guitars are available to play at Roosevelt Community Center– We have small group guitar lessons.

Guitar– Intermediate Ages 9-14

Whether you’re aspiring to be the next Carlos Santana or Jimi Hendrix, come and progress your aspirations to greatness with Guitar— Intermediate. Experienced guitar players will learn to sight read and perform work from a variety of periods and composers in duets, trios or quartets. Designed for continuing/experienced students. Must have taken Beginner Level 2. Bring your own guitar/pick to class.

Future Rockstars 101–Drums Edition Ages 8-10

Does your child have too much cool to contain? Our Future Rock Star—Drums Edition will teach your future celebrity basic drum beats, introduction to music notes and develop coordination and rhythm, while having fun in a safe, learning environment. Best of all—out of your earshot! No class on Monday, Feb. 19th.

Scholarships are available for classes. Class can be as low as $25. For more information on the Scholarship Program come into Roosevelt Community Center. No classes on Saturday, Feb. 17th and Monday, Feb. 19th

Res/Non Res: $100/$104 Course#

Class

Res Scholarship as low as $25 Time

Date

Day

Age

# of Mtgs

234.4.0610

Guitar– Beg Level 1 9:00 AM–9:45 AM

4/14–5/19

Sat

6–8

6

234.4.0611

Guitar– Beg Level 2

9:00 AM–9:45 AM

4/14–5/19

Sat

8–14

6

234.4.0612

Guitar– Beg Level 1

10:00 AM–10:45 AM

4/14–5/16

Sat

9–14

6

234.4.0613

Guitar– Interm

10:00 AM–10:45 AM

4/14–5/19

Sat

9–14

6

234.4.0615

Guitar– Beg Level 1 5:00 PM–5:45 PM

4/11–5/16

Wed

10+

6

234.4.0616

Guitar– Beg Level 2

6:00 PM–6:45 PM

4/11–5/16

Wed

10+

6

234.4.0618

Electric Guitar– Beg

7:00 PM–7:45 PM

4/11–5/16

Wed

10+

6

234.4.0641

Drums

5:00 PM–5:45 PM

4/10–5/15

Tue

8–10

6

234.4.0642

Drums

6:00 PM–6:45 PM

4/10–5/15

Tue

10+

6

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MUSIC CLASSES | 13

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Piano Beethoven Beginners Ages 4-5

Come learn piano with Beethoven Bear and Mozart Mouse! Students will learn music theory and piano basics in a fun and positive environment. Access to piano/keyboard at home is essential. Parent or guardian must attend with child.

Piano Keyboard– Beginner Level 1 Ages 6-8; 9-14

Discover the key to your child’s future success. Studies show that children who are introduced to music have an IQ jump of 3 points in the first six months! Learning to play the piano is a great way to introduce a child to this world. Class starts with basic piano skills and music reading. Giving your child the opportunity to take piano lessons allows them to learn and share a much cherished talent. Keyboards and materials are provided. Bring a set of headphones with a 1/4” adapter for use in class.

Piano Keyboard– Beginner Level 2 Ages 6-14

A continutation class for student who have completed our beginners course. Students will be instructed on good practice skills, note reading, rhythm, theory, technique, and performance. Access to piano/keyboard at home is essential for progress. Bring a set of headphones with a 1/4” adapter for use in class.

Piano Keyboard– Intermediate Ages 7-14

This course is for those who have taken Piano Level 1 and 2. This course is designed to help your child develop comprehensive practice strategies as well as how to develop their dexterity and playing abilities.

Res/Non Res: $100/$104

Res Scholarship as low as $25

Course#

Class

Time

Date

Day

Age

# of Mtgs

234.4.0630

Piano Beethoven

9:15 AM–10:00 AM

4/14–5/19

Sat

4–5

6

234.4.0631

Piano– Beg Level 1

10:15 AM–11:00 AM

4/14–5/19

Sat

6–8

6

234.4.0632 Piano– Beg Level 1

11:15 AM–12:00 PM

4/14–5/19

Sat

9–14

6

234.4.0633 Piano– Beg Level 2

9:30 AM–10:15 AM

4/14–5/19

Sat

6–14

6

234.40634

10:30 AM–11:15 AM

4/14–5/19

Sat

7–14

6

Piano– Interm

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14 | DANCE CLASSES Tap & Ballet Ages 3-8

Have your dancer plié and glissade into class! This Ballet/Tap class will introduce dancers to basic movements and teach children to use their body as a rhythmic instrument. All dancers will show off their intricate routines for parents at a final class production. Tap shoes are optional. Children can wear comfortable clothing. Parents can stay for the first ten minutes of the class.

NEW!

Dance Sensations Ages 7-12

A fun beginning dance class where students will learn Ballet warm ups, Jazz/Hip Hop dance and Tap steps! Parents are allowed to stay for the first 10 minutes on the first day of class and are encouraged to attend the last class for a great recital

NEW!

Hula Ages 4-6; 7-12; 13-Adults

Learn the art of graceful dancing through our new Hula class! This 8-week class will teach the basics of hula: hand movements that tell a story, foot and hip movement, coordination, and choreography. Experience the beautiful Hawaiian culture through dance, all while becoming a healthier you and having fun!

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Res Scholarship as low as

Res

Non Res

Time

Date

Day

Age

# of Mtgs

234.4.0203 Dance Sensations

6:00PM--6:45PM

4/4--5/23

Wed

7-12

8

$25.50

$102

$102

234.4.0201

Tap & Ballet

5:00 PM--5:45 PM

4/4--5/23

Wed

3–8

8

$25.50

$102

$106

234.4.0211

Hula

4:00 PM--4:45 PM

4/5--5/24

Thu

4–6

8

$20

$80

$84

234.4.0212

Hula

5:00 PM--5:45 PM

4/5--5/24

Thu

7–12

8

$20

$80

$84

234.4.0213

Hula

6:00 PM--6:45 PM

4/5--5/24

Thu

13+

8

$20

$80

$84

Course#

Class

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RYC & SPRING RECESS CAMP | 15 Spring Recess Camp

Your child will participate in an unforgettable week of fun games, sports, create cool art and crafts projects, and embark on a field trip. Activities incorporate educational features disguised in fun and entertaining activities and projects. Price includes a low leader to child ratio of 1:10, Field Trip, skill building, new friendships, disguised learning and much more! CAMPERS

No Camp on Monday, February 20th in observance of President’s Day.

NEED TO BRING THEIR

OWN LUNCH AND WATER.

Course#

Activity

Time

Date

Day

Age

# of Mtgs

Res Scholarship

Program Fee

234.4.1001

Camp

8:00 AM –3:00 PM

4/9—4/13

Mon–Fri

5–12

4

$36.75

$147

234.4.1003

PM Care

3:00 PM –6:00 PM

4/9—4/13

Mon–Fri

5–12

4

$12.75

$51

HOURS M–Th 3PM-7PM Fri 3PM-6PM

ROOSEVELT

YOUTH CENTER For Grades 6th to 12th

HOURS: M–Th 3PM-7PM & Fri 3PM-6PM

Homework Assistance Clubs & Recreation Sports Leagues College Visits Resume Help Field Trips Gamer Lounge Computer Access For more info, contact Carina Orozco at: (408) 794-7555 | Carina.Orozco@SanJoseCA.gov Register at any Community Center or Online at www.sanjoseca.gov/PRNS | Registeration Begins December 2nd | Page 15


16 | ACTIVE ADULTS (+50)

Ping Pong

Table tennis is the most popular racket sport in the world! Join up at your local community center and play with other table tennis enthusiasts. This is a great group that enjoys competition, fitness, and fun! Course#

Date

237.4.1949

4/2—4/30

237.4.1950

5/1—5/31

237.4.1951

6/1—6/29

Time

Day

Age

M / NM Cost

9 AM--12 PM, BREAK,

M-F

50+

$20 / $28

1 PM--4 PM

Chinese Karaoke

Be a star and sing your heart out! Participants are welcomed to come and listen—no singing experience required. Karaoke singers must provide their own Karaoke CDs. The center provides the sound system & microphone. Beginners are welcome! Course#

Date

237.4.1957

4/5—4/26

237.4.1958

5/3—5/31

237.4.1959

6/7—6/28

Time

1:00 PM– 3:00 PM

Day

Thu

Age

50+

M / NM Cost

$5 / $13

Line Dancing

Come find out how much fun it is to Line Dance. Lessons are easy and provide great exercise. You do not need a partner or any experience to dance. You will learn classic and popular line dances. Dance shoes needed. Course#

Date

237.4.1985

4/4—4/25

237.4.1986

5/2—5/30

237.4.1987

6/6—6/27

Day

Age

M / NM Cost

10:00 AM– Wed 12:00 PM

50+

$5 / $13

Time

Chinese Folk Dance

It is never too late to learn Chinese Folk Dance. This group is led by an experienced professional volunteer instructor. You will learn various Chinese Folk Dances and have opportunities to perform in community centers. Anyone can join regardless of your dance experience. Get in shape while learning about Chinese culture & making new friends. Course#

Date

237.4.1960

4/5—4/26

237.4.1961

5/3—5/31

237.4.1962

6/7—6/28

Time

Day

Age

M / NM Cost

2:00 PM– 4:00 PM

Thu

50+

$5 / $13

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FITNESS CENTER & CLASSES | 17 FITNESS CENTER

MEMBERSHIP i n c l u d e s u s a g e o f F i t n ess M achi n es & F r ee Wei ght s

Annual Fees Adult (18-49) Senior (50+) Youth (14-17) Disabled

Monthly Fees

$139

$139

Adult (18-49) Senior (50+) Youth (14-17) Disabled

Drop-In Fees

$25.99

$20

Adult (18-49)

$5.50

Youth (14-17)

$2.75

Senior (50+)

$2.75

Roosevelt Fitness Center Equipment

Fitness Center Hours Monday–Thursday 6AM–8PM Friday 6AM–6PM

Steppers

Bikes

Treadmills

Ellipticals

Saturday 9AM–1PM

Free & Stationary Weights

Yoga This class will increase your strength, flexibility, inner balance, and vitality. This class focuses on

relieving tension in proper alignment to enhance energy flow and posture. All levels are welcome. Wear loose clothing and bare feet. Mats are provided.

NEW!

Hula Learn the art of graceful dancing through

our new Hula class! This 8-week class will teach the basics of hula: hand movements that tell a story, foot and hip movement, coordination, and choreography. Experience the beau ful Hawaiian cult ure through dance, all while becoming a healthier you and having fun!

Res/Non Res: $100/$104

Scholarship: $20

Course#

Class

Time

Date

Day(s)

Age

# of Mtgs

234.4.0521

Yoga

10:30 AM–11:30 AM

4/7—6/2

Sat

16+

8

234.4.0521 Yoga - Gentle

10:30 AM–11:30 AM

4/7—6/2

Sat

16+

8

234.3.0214

6:00 PM–6:45 AM

4/5—5/24

Thur

13+

8

Hula

Schedule & hours are subject to change. Participants must be at least 14 years old to participate in drop-in sports & fitness programs. Check Policies & Procedures prior to participation. We observe all City holidays. To request an accommodation for City-sponsored events or an alternative format for printed materials, please contact the Bascom Community Center at (408) 794-6289 as soon as possible, but at least three business days before the event.

To request an accommodation for city-sponsored events or an alternative format for print materials, please contact Philip Solis at (408) 795-7555 or (800) 735-2922 (TTY) as soon as possible, but at least three business days before the event. Register at any Community Center or Online at www.sanjoseca.gov/PRNS | Registeration Begins December 2nd | Page 17


18 | RENTAL INFORMATION Community Center Rental Rates for: Almaden, Bascom, Camden, Edenvale, Gardner, Mayfiar, Northside, Roosevelt & Seven Trees Facility Reservation Fees

Fees subject to change at the discretion of Director of PRNS

Peak Hours Hours: Friday 4 PM– Sunday Midnight

Non-Peak Hours Hours: Operating Hours Monday– Thursday & Friday until 4 PM

2 Hour Minimum for Rentals

Basic Hourly Rate

Discounted Hourly Rate*

Basic Hourly Rate

Discounted Hourly Rate*

Non-Refundable Application Fee

$60

$40

$60

$40

Room Capacity Under 50

$62 per hour

$31 per hour

$47 per hour

$11 per hour

Room Capacity 50–150

$134 per hour

$52 per hour

$78 per hour

$21 per hour

$155 per hour

$62 per hour

$134 per hour

$31 per hour

Room Capacity 151+

Fee will not be collected until an appointment has been made by the Faculty Coodinator

Special Lobby Cleaning (Flat Fee) (Flat Fee)

$150 $166

Warming Kitchen (Flat Fee)

$100

*Valid proof of non-profit status is required for Discounted Rate.

Cleaning & Damage Deposit (per application) Room Capacity under 50

$50

Room Capcity 50–150

$250

Room Capacity 151+/Gym

$500

Note: Groups that intend to serve alcohol will pay an additional deposit of $500 per application.

Exceeding Time Limit A fee of two (2) times your hourly rate or $25 per hour (whichever is greater) for each hour or fraction of an hour used. All exceeded time will be charge in one (1) hour increments.

Additional Fees Facility Attendant: All rentals require a minimum of one (1) staff member.

$25/hr per staff

San José Police Officer(s): A minimum of one (1) officer may be required for your event. Two (2) officers are required if alcohol is being served. Note: A seperate invoice/bill will be created by the Secondary Employment Unit to pay for the officers.

$55/hr per officer (minimum of 3 hours)

Security Guard(s)

$28/hr per staff (minimum of 4 hours)

General Equipment: TV & VCR/DVD; Build-In Movie Screen, LCD Projector, Sound System

See Center for Daily Fees

Special Cleaning

$166 flat rate

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REGISTRATION POLICY | 19

Please consider the following policies and requirements before registering for a San Jose Recreation Preschool Class:

• Requirements for parent participation, volunteer, snack, etc. varies by center. • Teacher to child ratio is 1:10 or better. • Participants must be toilet trained by first day of program • Non-registered children are not allowed in the class at any time. Please make arrangements for siblings on your participation day. • A birth certificate may be requested for age confirmation. • The City of San Jose, Department of Parks, Recreation, and Neighborhood Services provide recreational programs ONLY and not licensed childcare. • After reaching the class capacity, your child can be put on a waitlist. If a spot becomes available at any San Jose Recreation Preschool Center, you will recieve a call and be given the option to enroll at that center or to stay on the waiting list. • Monthly payment plan is available, with auto-pay on the 20th of each month. A valid credit card must be on file for auto-pay option. (Kinder Prep & Learners only)

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R.O.C.K. AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM

Not Licensed Childcare

AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM OFFERS: A Safe and Nurturing Environment | Homework Assistance Recreational Activity | Science | Arts | Cultural Activities Register online at sjregistration.com

All Access Sports & Recreation Specialized Programs All Access Sports and Recreation (AASR) provides a wide range of programs for individuals of all ages with all ability levels, including those with ambulatory and cognitive disabilities, such as, power soccer, cooperative dances, play camps and group arts. For more information check out our website at sanjoseca.gov/therapeutics Inclusion:Â We welcome people of all abilities and all ages to participate in our programs! If you or your child has a disability, behavior concern, severe allergy, or other condition requiring accommodation, please let us know at the time of registration. Please register early to allow adequate time to process requests. Requests can take up to two weeks to process. Inclusion describes an approach wherein participants with special needs spend most or all of their time with people who are non-disabled peers.


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SPRING BREAK CAMPS

Spring Break Camps are a great way to keep your child active and entertained during the school year break. Activities include arts & crafts, sports, break. Activities include arts & crafts, sports, science, dance, language and more!

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SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE!

•• preschool programs preschool programs •• afterschool programs after school programs •• youth enrichment classes youth enrichment classes •• adult classes adult classes •• therapeutic programs therapeutic programs

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