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S M A R G O R P H YOJUUNTE - AUGUST 2017 MÁS INFORMACIÓN EN ESPAÑOL Programa Acuático - p. 16 Programas de Cuidado de Niños en Edad Escolar - p. 18-20 Centro Juvenil y Packer Pad & IGH Youth Center - p. 21

TriDistrict Community Education Serving Inver Grove Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan Area Schools


2017 SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAMS TriDistrict Community Education

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Family Programs

Sports & Recreation

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Brain Builders

Aquatics

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Imagine &Design

School Age Care

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10 Performing Arts

SSP Packer Pad IGH Youth Center

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& 13 Health Safety

Facility Locations

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Registration Form & Info

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Register for Youth Summer Programs online at https://tridistrict.ce.eleyo.com

Register your child(ren) for the grade they will be entering this coming fall. For more information on how to register turn to page 23.

TriDistrict Community Education Serving Inver Grove Heights, South St. Paul and West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan Area Schools

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See page 23 for registration information.


Family Programs Ballet for Parents & Kids

​ usic, movement, balance and the basic dance steps are M introduced in a fun, friendly and positive manner. This class includes mom or dad or another loved one participating in the class along with their little dancer. Our teacher will keep the music and curriculum moving along while parents take an active role in encouraging, supporting and keeping the little dancer on track; both adults and children will also learn about ballet technique. No class on July 4. Instructor: Victoria Parker Tuesdays, June 30 - Aug 1 5-6 pm #6752-S17 6 sessions - $70/pair, $35/extra person Moreland Elementary, WSP

Clay in a Day

Join us for a fun filled workshop with the Northern Clay Center. The whole family will have fun handbuilding their own creation. After the class is over, Northern Clay Center will fire your creation at their facility so you can enjoy your creation for years to come. TriDistrict Community Education will contact you when your pottery is ready to pick up from the ISD 197 District Office. Instructor: Northern Clay Center Thursday, June 22 #5753-S17 IGH Middle School, IGH

5:30-7:30 pm 1 session - $35

Community Kickball Tournament

TriDistrict Community Education – Family Programming is teaming up with the cities of West St. Paul, South St. Paul, Mendota Heights and Inver Grove Heights to throw a Community Kickball Tournament. We invite community members to create teams of 8-12 people for a day of fun, food and friendship. Each team must have 4 children ages 8+ on their roster. Each registered participant will also receive a meal on the day of the tournament. We thank the South Robert Street Business Association for their generous sponsorship of this event. If you are interested in volunteering at the event, please contact Hayley Ball at 651-403-8312. Teams are encouraged to register all together on our website. Saturday, August 5 10 am-2 pm #6755-S17 1 session - $5 person Harmon Park - 230 Bernard Street West, WSP

Reflect on Your Summer Adventure: Pop-Up Books! Create a Landscape Pop-Up Book and populate it with your favorite summer adventures! This amazing book structure is the perfect place to tell the story of your lazy day at the lake, your summit stargazing, or your mountain memories. There will be time at the end of class to work inside of your books, so bring ticket stubs, photos, or postcards if you wish to get started! For families with children grades 2 and up. Instructor: Minnesota Center for Book Arts

Thursday, August 10 6-8 pm #6756-S17 1 session - $25 per parent/child pair & $10 per family member Henry Sibley High School, MH

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Yoga Babies & Parents

Be with your baby and get in shape. The yoga sequence will bring babies and parents together and focus on breathing, joyful movements and peaceful rest. We will practice exercises that develop early healthy, physical and communication skills. Please bring a big towel or yoga mat and water bottle. Instructor: Lizzie Harte Thursdays, May 4 - 25 5:30-6:30 pm #6834-S17 4 sessions $45 parent/baby pair $35/additional parent 197 Early Learning Center, WSP 3


Brain Builders Brain Camp (Grades 3-8)

Brain Power Camp is a cognitive enrichment program for kids grades 3-8, Brain Camp is filled with fun activities that work on brain skills, like memory, attention and logic-core skills the brain uses to learn and think. At Brain Camp, students will also learn and practice: simple techniques for easy memorization; problem- solving skills: and the power of attitude, work ethic, self-motivation and more! Space is limited, Register early! Instructor: LearningRx Monday-Thursday, June 26-29 1-3 pm #4136-S17 4 sessions - $109 LearningRX 2874 Hwy 55, Eagan, MN

Crazy Chemworks (Grades 1-6)

Explore the chemistry of everyday life. This Mad Science camp is bubbling over with classic experiments and crazy concoctions with spectacular hands-on activities. The camp includes real chemistry tools, stunning demonstrations and your own set of lab ware to take home. Instructor: Mad Science Monday-Thursday, June 26-29 #4149-S17KEC Kaposia Education Center

9 am-12 pm 4 sessions - $118

Extreme Robotics: EV3 Battlebots (Grades 3-8)

New class with 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 students. Working each day in teams, students will 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 & a nut free snack daily. Instructor: Computer Explorers Monday-Thursday, July 17-20 #7154-S17 Moreland Elementary School

1-4 pm 4 sessions - $90

Hacking Minecraft (Grades 3-6)

New Mods explored! Minecraft, one of the most popular video games in history, offers an amazing world of endless possibilities, limited only by your imagination. This class is for Intermediate and Advanced Minecrafters. Students will learn how to expand their world’s abilities using popular game-enhancing mods. Participate in building challenges. We will also explore creating and editing skins and textures using gimp. Bring a USB drive, snacks and drink each day. Instructor: Computer Explorers Monday-Thursday, July 10-13 #3101-Su17 Hilltop Elementary School

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1:30-3:30 pm 4 sessions - $98

See page 23 for registration information.


Brain Builders Minecraft Game Designer (Grades 1-5)

Don’t just play Minecraft! Turn Minecraft from a game into a visual learning tool. This class will reinforce problem solving skills and spatial cognition through learning to create in-game puzzles, mazes and obstacle courses. Students will learn basic game design skills while they collaborate to build adventure maps as well as some advanced features of Minecraft, such as Command Blocks. This class has a strong emphasis on creativity, exploration and cooperative learning experiences. Students will be able to take their custom worlds home on a flash drive and will be able to continue to develop these worlds on their home computers. Please bring a drink and a nut free snack to class. Instructor: Computer Explorers Monday-Thursday, June 26-29 9:30-11:30 am #7156-S17 4 sessions - $90 Moreland Elementary School Tuesday-Thursday, July 25-27 1-4 pm #4153-S17 3 sessions - $98 Kaposia Education Center

Intro to Coding: Platform Games (Grades K-3)

Create YOUR OWN VIDEO GAME! New projects! Students as young as five years old can create their platform video games in this cool class! Add challenges and levels of difficulty, then share by email or post on the web to challenge family and friends. Now the 5-8 year olds can practice math, logic, and programming and put their video game talents to work! Game will be in an animated flash format, viewable in most internet browsers. Bring a jump drive to the last day of class or files can be emailed to parents. Bring a USB drive, snacks and drink each day. Instructor: Computer Explorers Monday-Wednesday, July 17-July 19 1:30-3:30 pm #3102-Su17 3 sessions - $78 Hilltop Elementary School

JR. SCIENTIST (Grades K-2)

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. Instructor: Mad Science Monday-Thursday, July 10-13 #7160-S17 Moreland Elementary School

Pokemon Movie Making (Grades 3-6)

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New Class! Work on a stop motion animated POKEMON movie. Pick your favorite characters to star in your mini-movie: the possibilities are endless! Action figures, props and backdrops will be available for filming in class. Handle all the technical details including using a digital movie camera, filming scenes, stop-motion animation, digital editing and adding finishing special effects and transitions to the movie. Student groups’ final projects will be emailed to parents or student may bring a USB jump drive on the last day. Please bring a drink and a nut-free snack to class. Instructor: Computer Explorers Monday-Thursday, July 17-20 #4154-Su17 Lincoln Center Elementary

1-4 pm 4 sessions - $118

Monday-Thursday, Aug. 7-10 #7162-Su17 Moreland Elementary School

9:30-11:30 am 4 sessions - $82

9 am-12 pm 4 sessions - $118

If you bring a snack, make it NUT FREE! www.tridistrictce.org

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Brain Builders Star Wars Jedi Movie Making (Grades 2-5)

From a galaxy, far, far away, Star Wars comes to life! Work on a stop motion animated Lego Star Wars Movie. Star Wars action figures, Legos, and backdrops will be available for filming in class. Handle all the technical details including using a digital movie camera, filming scenes, stopmotion animation, digital editing and adding finishing special effects and transitions to the movie. In this exciting hands-on learning class, our instructors will take your student through the entire digital film making steps from start to finish using Frames Software. Student groups' final projects will be emailed to parents, or students may bring a USB jump drive the last day. Please bring a drink & a nut free snack daily. Instructor: Computer Explorers Monday-Thursday, June 19-22 9:30-11:30 am #7112-S17 4 sessions-$82 Moreland Elementary School

RC Robotics

ROCKET BLAST OFF

(Grades 1-5)

(Grades 2-6)

This action packed week focuses solely on rockets and rocket flight. Learn about model rocket design, building, aerodynamics, propulsion, launching, safety, recovery, and repair. Take part in daily launches. Take home your own rockets and an abundance of model rocket knowledge. Instructor: Mad Science Monday-Thursday, June 19-22 #7484-S17 Moreland Elementary School

1-3 pm 4 sessions - $99

Monday-Thursday, June 26 -June 29 1:30-3:30 pm #3104-Su17 4 sessions - $98 Hilltop Elementary School

SCIENCE KALEIDOSCOPE

Secret Agent

(Grades 1-5)

Have fun with Mad Science as you learn about chemistry, Egyptology and engineering. Help build a giant geodesic dome, build a model pyramid, and write with hieroglyphs. Make your own chromatography T-shirt and mix different ingredients to create sidewalk chalk, tootsie rolls, and ice cream. Instructor: Mad Science Monday-Thursday, July 31-Aug 3 #7164-S17 Moreland Elementary School

Students build vehicles and robots containing a LEGO Robotics Mindstorm Microcomputer which can then be controlled with a remote! Work with specialty Mindstorm LEGO pieces such as an advanced touch, heat and light sensors, fiber-optic cables, caterpillar treads, and gear trains. Play robotic tag with classmates, speed through obstacle courses, and disable enemy bots with "laser" signals sent through a fiberoptic cable. It's a fun way to learn about transmitters, receivers, sensors, robotics and microcomputers. Please bring a drink & snack daily. Instructor: Computer Explorers

9 am-12 pm 4 sessions - $118

(Grades 2-5)

Can you outwit the Mad Science Spy? James Bond’s gadgets weren’t all science fiction. Discover the science behind some real spy technology as you listen to distant voices and sounds. Learn about different secret codes, their use in clandestine communications and a little of the history behind them. Experiment passing your messages using a spy technique called a "dead drop". Instructor: Mad Science Monday-Thursday, July 24-27 #4152-S17 Lincoln Center Elementary

1-4 pm 4 sessions - $108

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Traveling Naturalist (Grades 1-5)

Wolves are the among the most misunderstood of wild animals. Myth or reality: Wolves attack humans? Wolves are wanton killers? Wolves howl at the moon? Learn the story behind these supreme communicator specialist of the animal kingdom. Instructor: Melonie Shipman: The Traveling Naturalist Wednesday, July 19 #4155-S17KEC 12:50-2 pm Kaposia Education Center 1 session - $10 Wednesday, July 26 #4155-S17LC Lincoln Center Elementary

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12:50-2 pm 1 session - $10

See page 23 for registration information.


Imagine & Design Beyond Pokemon Art Class with Kidcreate Studio (Grades 1-5)

Is your child going crazy for Pokemon? In this camp, your child will put their Pokemon skills to work as they create Pokemon inspired art. The kids will work with a variety of art materials as they make their own trading cards, Pokemon balls, a Pokemon inspired creature and a map of its habitat. Instructor: Kidcreate Studio Wednesday-Thursday, June 28-29 #4424-S17 Kaposia Education Center

9:30-11:30 am 2 sessions - $58

Bird House Painting and Seed Treats (Grades 1-6)

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Welcome feather friends into your backyard by painting them a new bird house. Students will customize a wooden bird house with their favorite colors of paint. After the house is decorated we will prepare several tasty bird seed treats for the birds to feast on. Participants will leave with a bird house ready to be hung in the yard and as many bird treats we can make in the time allowed. Dress for mess and prepare to have fun! Instructor: Renee Reinardy Tuesday, August 15 #4425-S17 Lincoln Center Elementary

9:30-11:30 am 1 session - $29

Ceramic Painting-All about the Shoes (grades 1-6)

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Students will chose from one of the following items: Sport Shoe Planter or Flip Flop Treasure Box. Several colors of paint will be available. Please indicate either flip-flop or planter when registering. Instructor: Renee Reinardy Tuesday, August 15 #4426-S17 Kaposia Education Center

Crazy for Horses Camp (Grades 1-5)

Clay and 3-D Art camp (Grades K-5)

Experiment with clay and create 3-D art that is eye-catching and unique. Make all kinds of 3D creations. Sculpt a coil pot, weave a basket, sculpt a person using tinfoil and plaster tape. Make a group sculpture using unique materials. Watch your projects come to life. Bring a beverage and nut free snack. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Monday & Wednesday, Aug. 7 & 9 #7488-S17 Moreland Elementary School

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1-2:30 pm 1 session - $22

9-11:30 am 2 sessions - $65

Crazy for Horses Art Camp! Fill your portfolio with all things horsey as we paint, sculpt and draw horses of all kinds! Learn the tips and tricks artists use to make their horses come to life through art. You will complete 1-2 horsey creations each day! Share your masterpieces with friends and family on the last day of camp with an art show! Instructor: Watch Me Draw Monday-Wednesday, June 19-21 #7484-S17    Moreland Elementary School

1-3 pm 3 sessions-$75

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Imagine & Design Messy, Sticky, Slimy Art Camp (Grades K-5)

Awaken your creative forces while creating amazing pieces of art. Discover the creative force inside as you sculpt silly monsters, paint with shaving cream and make goodle. Tap into your artistic side and splatter paint Dalmatians that glow in the dark and craft a pencil/pen cup holder. It is sure to be a messy, sticky and slimy good time. Please bring a beverage and nut-free snack. Instructor: Abrakadoodle

Fairy and Dragon Gardens (Grades 1-5)

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Want to create a magical garden for a fairy to live in or maybe you want a place for dragons to hang out! You will have your choice of what kind of garden you create, what lives in it, and you will make all sorts of accessories for decorating. The garden will have succulents (plants) which require minimal care. Each creation will be unique and youth will have many stations where they create something special for a one of a kind garden! Instructor: 4-H Wednesday, July 5 #4427-S17LC 12:50-2 pm Lincoln Center Elementary 1 session - $15 Wednesday, July 12 #4427-S17KEC Kaposia Education Center

Flower Painting on Canvas (Grades 1-5)

12:50-2 pm 1 session - $15

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Students will learn about Georgia O’Keefe the artist and some of her favorite things to paint: flowers and desert cactus. We will look at some of these objects up close and paint them on canvas. Everyone will go home with their very own creation! Instructor: Abrakadoodle Wednesday, June 21 #4428-S17KEC 12:50-1:50 pm Kaposia Education Center 1 session - $10 Wednesday, June 28 #4428-S17LC 12:50-1:50 pm Lincoln Center Elementary 1 session - $10

Fun with Fashion Art Camp (Grades K-5)

Attention all fashionistas! Design your own unique fashions and accessories using clay, duct tape, fabric and more. Create duct tape bags and bracelets, design an outfit, bling up a fancy summer visor, construct headbands and string clay beaded necklaces. Invite your family to a fashion show on the last day to show off your creations. Bring a beverage and nut free snack. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Monday-Thursday, July 17-19 #7490-S17 Moreland Elementary School

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9-11:30 am 4 sessions - $94

Monday-Thursday, July 24-27 #7403-S17 Moreland Elementary School

1-3 pm 4 sessions - $105

LEGO Star Wars Art Camp (Grades K-5)

LEGO® bricks and Star Wars® - what an amazing combination! We’ll work as a team to paint a huge mural complete with stars, planets and far, far away galaxies. We’ll build starfighters out of LEGO bricks, stage an intergalactic battle and make a Darth Vader bobble head. We’ll even make our own lightsaber. We’ll work with LEGO bricks, paint, clay and other art supplies to create these masterpieces that your young Jedi will love! Instructor: Kidcreate Tuesday-Wednesday, July 11-12 #7480-S17 Moreland Elementary School

Pikachu

(Grades 1-5)

1-3 pm 2 sessions - $58

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Make and paint your own Pikachu clay slab. Instructor: Kidcreate Studio Wednesday, June 21 #4429-S17LC Lincoln Center

11:50 am-1 pm 1 session - $10

Wednesday, June 28 #4429-S17KEC Kaposia Education Center

11:50 am-1pm 1 session - $10

Princess and Fairies Art Camp (Grades K-4)

Create super sparkly and oh-so-cute Princess and Fairy art that you will LOVE creating! Paint a Disney princess on canvas, design a 3-D fairy house with clay and super fun embellishments, draw, sculpt and collage lots of magical art! Instructor: Watch Me Draw Monday-Wednesday, July 31-Aug. 2 #7492-S17 Moreland Elementary School

1-3 pm 3 sessions - $75

See page 23 for registration information.


Imagine & Design SIBLING CAMP! Lego Loco (Grades K-6)

Want to be inspired and challenged to create new and exciting LEGO® art? Then this is the class for you! You will get to use your awesome LEGO building skills to master a LEGO challenge and then you will create a larger than life clay sculpture of a LEGO brick. Instructor: Kidcreate Studio (classes for siblings to attend together) Thursday, July 6 #3411-Su17 Hilltop Elementary School

1:30-3:30 pm 1 session - $35/child

SIBLING CAMP! Unicorns & Their Fairy Friends (Grades K-6)

Unicorns, fairies, and more mystical creatures will inspire us at this magical camp. Your child will dream of swimming with mermaids, flying on the back of Pegasus, fighting a fire breathing dragon and more! Model Magic®, air-dry clay, paint, glitter and other magical materials will help bring their dreams to life. (Classes for siblings to attend together) Instructor: Kidcreate Studio Monday and Tuesday, July 17-18 #3410-Su17 Hilltop Elementary School

Sea Quest Art Camp (Grades K-4)

Have a blast drawing, painting, sculpting and crafting! Paint a stunning glow-in-the dark jellyfish on a black canvas; get crafty with real sand, shells & gems, explore resist art with a mermaid watercolor project and so much more! Take home 1-3 unique projects each day! Instructor: Watch Me Draw Monday-Wednesday, June 26-28 #7486-S17 Moreland Elementary School

1-3 pm 3 sessions - $75

1:30-3:30 pm 2 sessions - $58/child

Spectacular Spatter Painting with Kidcreate Art Studio (Grades K-6)

Battle summer slip with this educational art class! We will learn about and be inspired by Jackson Pollock and his super-duper messy painting technique called splatter painting. Instructor: Kidcreate Studio Thursday, July 13 #3412-Su17 Hilltop Elementary School

1:30-3:30 pm 1 session - $35/child

Your Room Rules Art Camp (Grades K-5)

There’s plenty of room for imagination in this camp! We’ll make tons of cool stuff for your room. From the walls to the windows and doors, we’ll make all the accessories you’ll need to transform your pad into your dream room! We’ll craft fantastic projects like clay trinket boxes and picture holders. We’ll even splatter paint on canvas to create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece. Best of all, we’ll make graffiti that your mom will actually let you put on your walls! Instructor: Kidcreate

Trolls with Kidcreate Studio (Grades 1-3)

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Your young artist will be as happy as Princess Poppy as they create a masterpiece inspired by DreamWorks’ movie Trolls. This project will even put a smile on Branch’s Grumpy face. Instructor: Kidcreate Studio Tuesday, June 27 #4423-S17 Lincoln Center Elementary

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9:30-11:30am 1 session - $29

Wednesday-Thursday, June 28-29 #7482-S17 Moreland Elementary School

9:30-11:30 am 2 sessions - $56

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Performing Arts ACT Theater presents Peter Pan (Grades 3-8)

The Darling children are nearly asleep when Peter Pan and Tinkerbell sneak into their house. After delighting them with his fanciful tales, he convinces them to come along for the trip of a lifetime - to Neverland! But, Captain Hook is lurking, along with the Amazons, a hungry crocodile, and a tribe of lost boys. Get ready for an adventure like no other! Director: Cassidy Hall Rehearsal dates: Saturday, June 17 Central Square Community Center Monday-Friday June 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28 Kaposia Education Center 9am-12 pm #4723-S17 $100 Performances at 2 pm and 7 pm on Thursday, June 29 at Kaposia Education Center Advanced tickets available at the Community Education Office 517 Marie Avenue, SSP, (9-3, M-F) after June 19 Tickets: $4 in advance or $5 at the door

Disney Dance Camp (Ages 3-11)

Become your favorite fairy princess/prince in an enchanted land where dreams really do come true! Dancers will transform into their favorite Disney characters while learning dance technique, vocab and participate in arts and crafts. Friends and families are invited to enjoy a magical performance by the students on the last day of camp. Students will be divided into groups based on age. Instructor: Short Dance Studio Monday-Thursday, June 19-22 #3701-Su17 Short Dance Studio

1:30-3:30 pm 4 sessions - $80

! NEW Dazzling Dave! Yo-Yo Fun and Science of Spin (Grades 1-5)

Join us as we watch Dave dazzle us with his yo-yo tricks! Instructor: Dave (National Yo-Yo Master) Wednesday, August 2 #4720-S17KEC Kaposia Education Center

12:50-2 pm 1 session - $12 (includes yo-yo)

Wednesday, August 9 #4720-S17LC Lincoln Center Elementary

12:50-2 pm 1 session - $12 (includes yo-yo)

remember register for the grade you are entering!

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Performing Arts Hip Hop Fundamentals of Breaking NEW! and Northern Indian Dance (Grades 1-5)

Hip Hop will have you spinning on the ground, kicking your legs in the air and top rocking the dance floor. We will trace the evolution of Hip Hop culture from its roots in NYC to its present state in the music industry and discover what real Hip Hop is all about. Students will gain an understanding of how these Hip Hop movements have revolutionized dance worldwide. Northern Indian Dancing is the traditional 16th century dance form of Northern India. Your student will be immersed in cultural learning as they tell stories through symbolic hand gestures. Each class will be 30 minutes in length. Instructor: Cowles Dance Theater Wednesday, July 5 #4718-S17KEC Kaposia Education Center

12:50-2 pm 1 session - $10

Wednesday, July 12 #4718-S17LC 12:50-2 pm Lincoln Center Eementary 1 session - $10

Just Dance

(Ages 3-6 & 7-11)

“FUN of DANCE� Grab a friend and just dance! Gain confidence, flexibility and coordination while strengthening teamwork and creating many fun memories! Students will work Tap, Ballet, Jazz, Tumbling skills and everything in between. Try out a few types of dance to see what you like! Instructor: Short Dance Studio Monday-Thursday, June 19-22 Ages 3-6 5-6:15 pm #3703-Su17A 4 sessions - $65 Ages 7-11 #3703-Su17B

6:15-7:30 pm 4 sessions - $65

Monday-Thursday, July 31-Aug. 3 Ages 3-6 5-6:15 pm #3703-Su17C 4 sessions - $65 Ages 7-11 #3703-Su17D Short Dance Studio

Kids Magic Show (Grades 1-5) NEW

6:15-7:30 pm 4 sessions - $65

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Join us for a fun-filled hour of magic with Kevin, the Magic Maniac! You will see comedy, magic and wacky escapes! Instructor: The Magic Maniac

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Wednesdays, August 9 #4719-S17KEC Kaposia Education Center

12:50-2 pm 1 session - $10

Wednesdays, August 2 #4719-S17LC Lincoln Center Elementary

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Performing Arts Non-Stop Hip Hop (Ages 4-11)

Learn to pop, lock and glide while becoming a part of a “crew” of good friends. Fun and energetic classes will build confidence and provide the student with moves to bust out on any dance floor. Friends and family are invited to a fun music video performance on the last day. Instructor: Short Dance Studios Ages 4-7 Monday-Thursday, July 24-27 #3704-S17 Short Dance Studio Ages 8-11 #3704-S17 Short Dance Studio

3-4 pm 4 sessions - $55 2-3 pm 4 sessions - $55

Piano Level 1 and 2 (Grades 2-6)

Join us for piano lessons using Yamaha’s Music and Education Program. The music book is included in the class fee. Instructor: Lori Lencowski Tuesdays, June 27-August 15 (No class July 4) #4700-S17KEC Kaposia Education Center

11-12 pm 7 sessions - $72

Tuesdays, June 27-August 15 (No class July 4) #4700-S17LC Lincoln Center

12:30-1:30 pm 7 sessions - $72

Star Makers (Grades K-12)

Learn to pop, lock and glide while becoming a part of a “crew” of good friends. Fun and energetic classes will build confidence and provide the student with moves to bust out on any dance floor. Friends and family are invited to a fun music video performance on the last day. Instructor: Short Dance Studios Monday-Friday, July 17-21 #3705-S17 Short Dance Studio

9:30 am-2:30 pm 5 sessions - $275

Where the Wild Things Are (Grades 1-3)

Creative dramatics and movement with fun and focus, theatre games and pantomime. Learn elements of theatre. Develop individual imagination and group cooperation acting out of children’s literature. “Caps for Sale”, “Three Billy Goats Gruff”, “Goldilocks and the Three Bears”, “The Three Little Pigs” and Maurice Sendak’s “Where the Wild Things Are”. Instructor: Homeward Bound Monday-Thursday, August 7-10 #4721-S17 Kaposia Education Center

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9:30-11 am 4 sessions - $48

See page 23 for registration information.


Health & Safety

One Day Class! Certified Babysitter’s Training (Ages 11 and up)

This course is designed to provide youth who are planning to babysit with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children and infants. Youth will learn skills in four core areas: leadership and professionalism, safety, basic care for infants and children and first aid. Participants will receive their Babysitter’s Training Certification and Babysitter’s Handbook. Babysitter’s Handbook is included with the fee. Please bring a nut free bag lunch and a beverage. Instructor: Deb Gutzman or Allison Curtis Saturday, June 3 #4202-S17A Central Square Community Center

9 am-2:30 pm 1 session - $70

Saturday, June 10 #7000-S17A Moreland Elementary School

9 am-3 pm 1 session - $80

Friday, June 16 #3204-Su17A IGH Middle School

9 am-3 pm 1 session - $80

Saturday, July 22 7000-S17B Moreland Elementary School

9 am-3 pm 1 session - $80

Friday, July 28 #3204-Su17B IGH Middle School

9 am-3 pm 1 session - $80

Monday, July 31 #4202-S17B Central Square Community Center

9 am -2:30 pm 1 session - $70

Saturday, Aug. 26 #7000-S17C Moreland Elementary School

9 am-3 pm 1 session - $80

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Safekids 101-Preparing Kids to Stay Safe at Home or in the Community (Ages 8 and up)

Safekids 101 helps kids with the next step in independence and helps parents rest in the knowledge that this course will help their child stay safe at home and in the community. The class focuses on safety for children regardless if they are home alone or not. Topics Include: Responsibilities when staying home alone, how to decide whether to answer the door (even if a parent is home), simple first aid and identifying fire and tornado safety rules including getting to safety. Understanding safety in unfamiliar scenarios: around guns, online safety and near aggressive dogs. Knowing the truth about abuse, abduction and stranger danger. Instructor: Deb Gutzman Monday, June 12 9-11:30 am #4203-S17A 1 session - $30 Central Square Community Center Saturday, July 29 #4203-S17B Central Square Community Center

9-11:30 am 1 session - $30

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Sports & Recreation Cheer America (Grades 1-7)

Cheer America is an exciting cheerleading and dance program. Students learn popular cheers, chants, jumps, leaps, choreographed pom pom/ dance routines, parade marching techniques and other skills involved in performances, competitions and school cheerleading team tryouts. The program also promotes improved coordination and physical fitness, personal esteem and working as a cooperative team member with other children on the cheerleading squad. Please call Jeff Wood at CheerAmerica for pricing on pom-poms and uniforms (optional) 952.997.7732 Instructor: CheerAmerica Tuesdays, June 13-August 22 (no class July 4) 4:30-5:15 pm #4800-S17 10 sessions - $71 Lincoln Center Elementary (Please use door 4 on the north side of the school)

Summer Fun Golf Camp for Beginners and Intermediates

(Grades 1-8) (All lessons are at Emerald Green Golf Course)

Develop friendships, confidence and sportsmanship while learning a great lifelong sport! One Week Golf Camps for beginner and intermediate golfers. Class includes 1.75 hour lesson per day, use of all equipment, a bag tag and a golf t-shirt. Four daily lessons running Monday through Thursday of the same week. (Fridays will be used for makeup days for any rainouts.) Students will be grouped according to age and ability. Topics include: Full Swing I and II, putting, chipping, safety, terminology and etiquette. For more information on Weekly Golf Lessons for Beginners/Intermediates, please call Barry Wallin at 651.245.5899. Instructor: Barry Wallin (assisted by accomplished collegiate and high school golfers) #4801-S17A #4801-S17B #4801-S17C #4801-S17D #4801-S17E

June 19-22 June 19-22 June 19-22 June 19-22 June 19-22

10-11:45 am 12-1:45 pm 2:30-4:15 pm 4:30-6:15 pm 7:00-8:45 pm

$99 $99 $99 $99 $99

#4801-S17F #4801-S17G #4801-S17H #4801-S17I #4801-S17J

June 26-29 June 26-29 June 26-29 June 26-29 June 26-29

10-11:45 am 12-1:45 pm 2:30-4:15 pm 4:30-6:15 pm 7:00-8:45 pm

$99 $99 $99 $99 $99

July 17-20 July 17-20 July 17-20 July 17-20 July 17-20

10-11:45 am 12-1:45 pm 2:30-4:15 pm 4:30-6:15 pm 7:00-8:45 pm

$99 $99 $99 $99 $99

#4801-S17K #4801-S17L #4801-S17M #4801-S17N #4801-S17O

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Kung Fu (Ages 5 and up)

Kung Fu is the art of fitness and self defense. Learn practical Kung Fu techniques that will benefit you throughout your life, through a skill building progressive training program for beginners through Black Belt. You will become more aware of self and surroundings, improve your self-esteem and confidence. This is a noncompetitive, full participation and fun class which will strengthen the mind and body, promote leadership, discipline, concentration, coordination and balance. Optional uniform and certificate for white to black belt are available. Instructor: National Treasure Kung Fu, Inc. Director Al Lam Beginner and White Belt Wednesdays, June 14-July 26 (No class July 5) #7822-S17A Moreland Elementary School

6:15-7 pm 7 sessions - $81

Advanced Yellow - Black Belt Wednesdays, June 14-July 26 (No class July 5) #7822-S17B Moreland Elementary School

7-7:45 pm 7 sessions - $81

See page 23 for registration information.


Sports & Recreation

Vertical Endeavor Rock Climbing Camp Vertical Endeavors St. Paul ½ Day Rock Climbing Camps offer children ages 6 to 16 the opportunity to explore the sport of rock climbing in a controlled setting that is fun and exciting for kids of all skill levels. No experience is necessary. In addition to our focus on fun, all of our camps place a strong emphasis on risk management in the sport of rock climbing. The week will culminate with a pizza party and zip line. Your child will leave camp with a deeper understanding of rock climbing. Base Camp (ages 6-9) will introduce kids to the sport of climbing by teaching climbing basics. We will cover risk management, knot tying, and an introduction to climbing routes. The campers will improve their climbing skill and confidence through a variety of activities and games. Peak Experience (ages 10-12) will explore more climbing techniques, including knot tying, belaying, ascending, and rappelling. The campers will learn to belay one another on the first day, which will allow them to more independently pursue individual climbing projects. They will leave with an increased confidence and a greater appreciation for the sport of rock climbing. High Summit Adventure (ages 13-16) will learn fundamentals of advanced climbing, including, technique and movement, rope management skills, and technical knowledge. The campers will also gain exposure to lead climbing and belaying. They will expand their knowledge base regarding skills that could eventually be used in an outdoor setting.

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Please assure that your students bring the following: Facility waiver available online at: www.verticalendeavors.com/stpaul/waivers Comfortable clothing, water bottle, peanut-free snack St.Paul Vertical Endeavors 855 Phalen Boulevard Ages 6-12 Monday-Friday, June 19-23 #4805-S17

9 am-1 pm 5 sessions - $190

Ages 6-12 Monday-Friday, July 10-14 #4805-S17

9 am-1 pm 5 sessions - $190

Ages 13-16 Monday-Friday, July 17-21 #4805-S17

1-5 pm 5 sessions - $190

Ages 13-16 #3801-Su17A #3801-Su17B #3801-Su17C #3801-Su17D

1pm-5 pm 5 sessions - $190 Monday-Friday, June 12-16 Monday-Friday, June 19-23 Monday-Friday, July 31-August 4 Monday-Friday, August 7-11

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Aquatics

All aquatics programs will be held at the West St. Paul City Pool 92 West Orme Avenue, West St. Paul PRIVATE LESSONS

GROUP LESSONS Time

Class Monday-Thursday, June 19-22

8:30 am - 9:00 am

Course Number 8 sessions - $70

Preschool Swimmers 1 Level 1 Level 2

#7911-S17A #7901-S17A #7902-S17A

9:15 am - 9:45 am

Preschool Swimmers 2 Level 4 Level 5

#7912-S17A #7904-S17A #7905-S17A

10:00 am - 10:30 am

Tiny Tots Level 3

#7900-S17A #7903-S17A

Class

Course Number

Time

Monday-Thursday, July 10-20

8 sessions - $70

8:30 am to 9:00 am

Preschool Swimmers 1 Level 1 Level 2

#7911-S17B #7901-S17B #7902-S17B

9:15 am to 9:45 am

Preschool Swimmers 2 Level 4 Level 5

#7912-S17B #7904-S17B #7905-S17B

10:00 am to 10:30 am

Tiny Tots Level 3

#7900-S17B #7903-S17B

Time

Class Monday-Thursday, July 31-Aug. 10

Time

Course Number

Monday-Thursday, June 19-22 10:00 am to 10:30 am

#7910-S17A

10:45 am to 11:15 am

#7910-S17B #7910-S17C #7910-S17D

Time

Course Number

Monday-Thursday, June 26-29

4 sessions - $65

10:00 am to 10:30 am

#7910-S17E

10:45 am to 11:15 am

#7910-S17F #7910-S17G #7910-S17H

Time

Course Number

Monday-Thursday, July 10-13

4 sessions - $65

10:00 am to 10:30 am

#7910-S17I

10:45 am to 11:15 am

#7910-S17J #7910-S17K #7910-S17L

Course Number 8 sessions - $70

8:30 am to 9:00 am

Preschool Swimmers 1 Level 1 Level 2

#7911-S17C #7901-S17C #7902-S17C

9:15 am to 9:45 am

Preschool Swimmers 2 Level 4 Level 5

#7912-S17C #7904-S17C #7905-S17C

10:00 am to 10:30 am

Tiny Tots Level 3

#7900-S17C #7903-S17C

*Scholarships are available, please call for qualifications, 651-403-8313.

Time

Course Number

Monday-Thursday, July 17-20

4 sessions - $65

10:00 am to 10:30 am

#7910-S17M

10:45 am to 11:15 am

#7910-S17N #7910-S17O #7910-S17P

Time

Course Number

Monday-Thursday, July 31-Aug. 3

4 sessions - $65

10:00 am to 10:30 am

#7910-S17Q

10:45 am to 11:15 am

#7910-S17R #7910-S17S #7910-S17T

Time

Course Number

Monday-Thursday, Aug. 10-13

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4 sessions - $65

4 sessions - $65

10:00 am to 10:30 am

#7910-S17U

10:45 am to 11:15 am

#7910-S17V #7910-S17W #7910-S17X

See page 23 for registration information.


Aquatics All aquatics programs will be held at the West St. Paul City Pool, 92 West Orme Avenue, West St. Paul Tiny Tots

This is a parent/child class for children 6 months to 2 years of age. An adult must accompany each child in the water. Parents and children learn together to increase a child's comfort level in the water and build a foundation of basic skills, such as arm and leg movements and breath control as well as water safety. Water diapers are required for infants and toddlers.

Preschool Swimmers 1

This class is designed for younger preschooler’s ages 2-3 years who are ready to be in the water without a parent. Students will learn basic aquatic skills such as submerging mouth, nose, and eyes in the water, bobbing and kicking as well as learn to enter and exit the water safely. Parents are not required to be in the water with their child. Water diapers are required for toddlers.

Preschool Swimmers 2

This class is designed for older preschooler’s ages 4-5 years who are ready to be in the water without a parent. Students will learn basic aquatic skills such as fully submerging and holding breath, front and back floats, treading water and water safety. Parents are not required to be in the water with their child.

Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills

This class will help students feel comfortable in the water and build a foundation of basic water skills that they will build upon as they go through the “Learn to Swim” program. Students will learn to enter and exit the water safely, bobbing, retrieving submerged objects, front and back glide, back float and arm and leg actions. Children must be at least 5 years of age.

Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills

Students will improve their skills from level 1 and learn new skills such as jumping into the water, rotary breathing, rolling from front to back, treading water and combined arm and leg action on front and back.

Level 3 - Stroke Development

This class will primarily focus on stroke development in front and back crawl and will introduce the elementary back stroke. Skills are taught in both shallow and deep water and students will swim independently over short distances.

Level 4 - Stroke Improvement

Students will continue to practice strokes from Level 3 and be introduced to the breaststroke and sidestroke. They will work to build endurance in both shallow and deep water swimming independently under water over medium distances. They will also learn headfirst entries from the side of the pool.

Aquatics Program Information • Learn to Swim is a nationally recognized program of the American Red Cross. It encourages each child’s success by developing strokes and swimming endurance, one step at a time. • Red Cross Swimming Instructors are American Red Cross certified in water safety instruction and/or lifeguarding. • Please read the lesson description thoroughly to determine the appropriate level for your child. If you have questions about your child’s level, please be sure to attend the first session. A member of the staff will review swimming skills and determine if children are placed in the correct class. Placement of all students is subject to the discretion of the instructor and the pool supervisor. • If your child has a disability of some sort, please let us know. • Students must furnish their own towel and suit. Goggles optional. • Please leave valuables at home. Neither the aquatics staff nor Community Education will be responsible for lost or stolen items. • Spectators must be seated in the bleachers. For the safety of all, children not enrolled in the class must remain in the bleachers with a parent. • Please be on time! Every minute of our swim lessons is important. We ask that all students arrive in plenty of time to be ready to enter the water at the exact start time. • For notifications and weather cancellations please call the swim line at 651-403-8314.

Para notificaciones y cancelaciones por el mal clima, por favor llame a la línea de natación al 651-403-8314.

Level 5 - Stroke Refinement and Proficiency

This class provides further coordination and refinement of strokes. Students will build endurance to swim greater distances and will learn flip turns and be introduced to the butterfly stroke.

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PROGRAMA DE VERANO SAC EN INVER GROVE HEIGHTS

Inver Grove Heights School-Age Care is a Community Education program brought to you by the Inver Grove Heights School District. El Cuidado de Niños en Edad Escolar (School-Age Care) de Inver Grove Heights es un programa de Educación para la Comunidad que presenta el Distrito Escolar de Inver Grove Heights.

Summer 2017 Program Programa de Verano 2017

IGH SAC offers an all-day program during the summer that is open to children who are entering kindergarten through 5th grade. Children who attend another district during the school year are welcome to participate in the summer program. Join us for weekly field trips, special guests, enrichment classes, reading program, indoor and outdoor activities, service learning projects and much more. El Cuidado de Niños (School-Age-Care) de IGH Ofrece un programa de todo el día durante el verano que esta abierto a los niños que empiezan el kínder hasta quinto grado. Los niños que van a la escuela en otro distrito durante el año escolar son bienvenidos a este programa de verano. Únete con nosotros para excursiones semanales, invitados especiales, clases de enriquecimiento educativo, programa de lectura, actividades adentro y al aire libre, campamentos semanales, proyectos de servicio para la comunidad y mucho más.

LOCATIONS - Lugar

Salem Hills Elementary School 5899 Babcock Trail E., Inver Grove Heights

DATES & HOURS - Fechas y Hora

Wednesday, June 14 - Friday, Aug 25 6 a.m. - 6 p.m., Monday-Friday Closed on Tuesday, July 4, 2017 Miércoles, 14 de Junio – Viernes 25 de Agosto 6 a.m. - 6 p.m., Lunes-Viernes Cerrado el Martes, 4 de Julio 2017

PROGRAM FEES Number Full Time of Days Weekly Rate

Daily

Wrap-Around Care (Summer Academy Attendees only)

5

$155

$31

NA

4

$140

$35

$120

3

$135

$45

$90

2

$90

$45

$60

1

$45

$45

$30

There is a non-refundable $27.50 registration fee per child for all families. Weekly field trip entrance fees are included in the program fees.

COSTO DEL PROGRAMA Tipo de cuidado/Servicio

Cuota

Tiempo Completo (5 días/semana)

$155/semana

Tiempo parcial (4 días/semana)

$35/día

Tiempo Parcial (1-3 días/semana)

$45/día

Hay un costo no reembolsable de inscripción de $27.50 por niño para todas las familias. Las entradas de los lugares de excursión están incluidas en el costo del programa.

Register Online at: If you are new to the program you will need to create a profile first. If you have any questions regarding registration or billing please call Pam, 651-306-7502. Si es nuevo en el programa necesita crear una cuenta primero. Si tiene preguntas para registrarse o para pagos llame a Pam al 651-306-7502.

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See page 23 for registration information.


South St. Paul school age care South St. Paul Kids’ Choice School- Age Care is a Community Education program brought to you by the South St. Paul School District. El programa Kids’ Choice de South St. Paul para cuidado de niños en edad escolar es un programa de Educación para la Comunidad que ofrece el Distrito Escolar de South St. Paul.

Summer 2017 Program - Programa de Verano 2017

Kids’ Choice offers an all-day program during the summer that is open to children who are entering kindergarten through 7th grade. Children who attend another district during the school year are welcome to join the summer program. Join the summer Kids’ Choice program where youth participate in fun indoor/outdoor activities, go on weekly field trips and socialize with friends, all in a safe engaging atmosphere. Activities include theater, cooking, sports, service learning opportunities, walking field trips, special guests and youth enrichment classes. Breakfast and snack provided daily. Kids’ Choice ofrece un programa para todo el día durante el verano, que esta abierto para los niños que están entrando al kínder y hasta 7 grado. Los niños que atienden otro distrito escolar durante el año son bienvenidos a participar en este programa de verano. Únete al programa de verano de Kids’ Choice donde los niños participan en actividades divertidas adentro y al aire libre, excursiones semanales y socialización con amigos, todo en una atmsfera segura y atractiva. La actividades incluyen teatro, cocina, deportes, oportunidades de servicio a la comunidad, excursiones caminando, invitados especiales y clases de enriquecimiento educativo.

Locations - Lugares

Kaposia Education Center 1225 First Ave. S., South St. Paul Lincoln Center 357 Ninth Ave. N., South St. Paul

Dates & Hours - Fechas y Hora

Wednesday, June 14 - Friday, August 25 6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m., Monday-Friday Kids’ Choice will be closed on Tuesday, July 4, 2017. Miercoles 14 de Junio – 25 de Agosto 6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m., Lunes-Viernes Kids’ Choice estará cerrado 4 de Julio 2017.

REGISTRATION Online - WWW.TRIDISTRICT.CE.ELEYO.COM For additional information please call 651-306-3631. You may also visit us online at www.sspsac@tridistrictce.org

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PROGRAM FEES

There is a non-refundable $30 registration fee per child for all families. Type of Care

Days/Week

Fee/Day

5

$32.55*

Pick Your Days

5-1

$33.60*

Half Days - 6:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

4-1

$16.80*

Half Days - 12-6 p.m.

4-1

$16.80*

Full Day

*Fees are based on a set schedule. Half Days are not available on Fridays due to field trips. Drop In - Add a Day Full Day

Fee/Day $37.80

Half Days - 6:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

$21

Half Days - 12-6 p.m.

$21

Drop In days are available M-Th only and NOT available on Fridays or Field Trip Days. Children must be registered in the program. Availability is based on enrollment and activities on the day requested.

COSTO DEL PROGRAMA

Hay una cuota de inscripción no reembolsable de $30 por niño para todas las familias. Tipo de Cuidado Día Completo

Días/Semana

Cuota/Día

5

$32.55*

Usted escoge los días

5-1

$33.60*

Medios Días - 6:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

4-1

$16.80*

Medios Días - 12-6 p.m.

4-1

$16.80*

*Las cuotas están basadas en un horario establecido. Días improvisados sin registrarse – Días extras Día Completo

Cuota/Día $37.80

Medios Días - 6:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

$21

Medios Días - 12-6 p.m.

$21

Puede venir a clases improvisadamente donde no es necesario registrarse de Lun-Jue. NO disponibles los Viernes o días de excursión. Los niños deben estar registrados en el programa. La disponibilidad depende de la inscripción y de las actividades en los días requeridos. 19


SUMMER SCHOOL-AGE CARE PRESENTS: SAC ATTACK & SAC STORM

Brought to you by West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan Area Schools

Summer SAC Attack and SAC STORM are childcare programs brought to you by the Community Education department of West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan Area Schools.

SUMMER 2017 FEES

Los programas de Verano SAC Attack y SAC STORM son programas que ofrece el departamento de Educación para la Comunidad en las escuelas del Área de West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan.

CUOTAS PARA VERANO 2017 Full-time rate: One to five days/week from 6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. Tarifa para tiempo completo: De uno a cinco días/semana de 6:30 am - 6 pm Half-day rate: Can be applied to any day Monday-Thursday for either 6:30 am - 12 pm or 12 pm - 6 pm Costo por Medios Dias: Puede ser aplicado a cualquier día de Lunes-Jueves de 6:30 am -12 pm, 12 - 6 pm Drop-in rate: is $48 per day. Costo por venir un dia improvisadamente: $48 por día.

Daily Rate

OPEN HOUSE FROM 3:30 - 6 P.M. TUESDAY, JUNE 13TH AT MORELAND

Days/Week

Full-time Weekly Rate

Half-Day Rate

5

$190

$38

N/A

4

$162

$40.50

$124

3

$130.50

$43.50

$93

2

$91

$45.50

$62

1

$48

$48

$31

Días/ Semana

Tiempo Completo Tarifa Semanal

Tarifa Diaria

Tarifa Medio Día

5

$190

$38

N/A

4

$162

$40.50

$124

3

$130.50

$43.50

$93

2

$91

$45.50

$62

1

$48

$48

$31

SAC Attack (Entering Grades K-4, Para los niños que empiezan Kínder - 4o.)

The SAC Attack program allows children to participate in fun indoor and outdoor activities, go on field trips and socialize with friends, all in a safe and engaging environment. Activities include theater, service learning, sports, cooking, fitness and wellness and more. A summer camping unit is offered in July with an optional overnight trip available. Kindergartners are now invited to attend the SAC Program. El programa SAC Attack invita a los niños a participar en actividades adentro y al aire libre, ir a excursiones y socializar con amigos; todo en un ambiente seguro y divertido. Las actividades incluyen teatro, servicios comunitarios, deportes, cocina, ejercicios y salud, trabajos con madera y más. También tenemos la opción de una excursion en Julio con la opción de quedarse a acampar en la noche. Los niños de kínder también están invitados a participar en el programa SAC.

Site Hours & Location - Lugares y Horas Monday-Friday, 6:30 am - 6 pm Moreland Elementary School 217 W. Moreland Ave., West St. Paul, MN 55118 The Noreen Center 1575 Charlton St., West St. Paul, MN 55118 June 14- Aug. 18 *Closed July 3 & 4

STORM OPEN HOUSE Tuesday, June 13 at the Noreen Center, 3:30-6 pm Light picnic supper provided.

SAC STORM (Entering Grades 5-8, Para niños que empiezan 5o-8o grados)

REGISTRATION & CONTACT INFORMATION

For additional information or registration materials, please call Jen at 651-403-8054. You may also visit us online at www.197sac.tridistrictce.org.

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The SAC STORM program allows youth to participate in fun activities with other children their age. Activities include sports, indoor and outdoor games, youth leadership groups, field trips, service learning opportunities and more. El programa SAC STORM permite a los jóvenes participar en actividades divertidas con otros niños de su edad. Las actividades incluyen deportes, juegos adentro y al aire libre, grupos de liderazgo juvenil, excursiones, servicios para la comunidad y más. See page 23 for registration information.


IGH YOUTH CENTER For students entering grades 6-9

This is an awesome place to spend your summer! Hanging out with your friends, going to the pool, playing games, doing crafts and service projects, listening to music, going on field trips- who could ask for anything better! Plus you have the freedom to come when you choose- spend the whole day or part of the day with us, it’s up to you! Registration starts on April 10- Register early- space is limited. Students bring their own lunch. Weekly field trips- transportation and admission are included in the program fee. NEW! IGH Middle School is taking part in the summer feeding program. A free hot lunch will be available June 19-July 18.

I nver G rove H eights M iddle S chool M on .-T hurs ., 8 am -3:30 pm * W ednesday , J une 14 - T hursday , A ug . 3 (C losed J uly 3-6) #3824-S17 $225 *Need earlier start and/or later end time? Please call the Youth Programs Coordinator at 651-306-7866 or email aplatek@tridistrictce.org

FIELD TRIPS

Grand Slam PINZ Bunker Beach The Thrill Factory Apple Valley H2O Valley Fair & Drkula’s. Walking trips to The Grove (entrance fee not included)

Inver Glen Library

(participating in their summer enrichment classes)

For students entering grades 6-8 Packer Pad is an awesome place to hang out with your friends! We will spend time going to the pool, playing games, doing crafts, listening to music, going on field trips-who could ask for anything better! You have the freedom to come when you choose-spend the whole day or just part of the day, it’s up to you! Packer Pad received a grant from the South St. Paul Educational Foundation to partner with Urban Boat Builders to construct a two person Urban Traveller Canoe and paddles. Youth will be working on this project daily and will launch the canoe in August. The canoe will be raffled off at the SSP Educational Foundation Gala in late August.

Monday-Thursday June 19-August 10 (Closed the week of July 3) 8 am-3:30 pm #4601-S17 $215 South St.Paul High School Free breakfast and lunch available June 19-July 27

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Field Trips include: Nickelodean Universe Bunker Beach Sky Zone Cascade Bay Grand Slam Boat Launch Valleyfair

Students bring own brown bag lunch/beverage or $ on field trip days.

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Summer Facility Locations West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan 1 Community Education Office (District Office) Henry Sibley High School 1897 Delaware Ave. - Mendota Heights 6 Moreland Elementary School 217 W. Moreland Ave. - West St. Paul 10 West St. Paul Pool 92 W. Orme - West St. Paul 11 St. Stephan’s Church - The Noreen Center 1575 Charlton St., West St. Paul

South St. Paul CE Community Education Office 517 Marie Avenue CS Central Square Community Center 100 Seventh Ave. N. K

Kaposia Education Center 1225 First Ave. S.

L

Lincoln Center 357 Ninth Ave. N.

Not on Maps Emerald Greens Golf Course 14425 Goodwin Ave. - Hastings Ivy Hills Park 635 Butler Ave. - MH Learning RX 2874 HWY 55 - Eagan Mendota Heights Par 3 1695 Dodd Rd. - MH Rogers Lake Park 1000 Wagon Wheel Trail - MH

YE Youth Enrichment Office 517 Marie Avenue

Short Dance Studio 855 Phalen Blvd. - St. Paul

SS South St. Paul High School 700 Second St. N.

Vertical Endeavors 855 Phalen Blvd. - St. Paul

Inver Grove Heights S

Simley High School 2920 80th St. E.

DO District Office/Community Ed Office 2990 80th St. E MS IGH Middle School 8167 Cahill Ave. HT Hilltop Elementary School 3201 68th ST. E. ELC IGH Early Learning Center 3203 68th Street E. SH Salem Hills Elementary School 5899 Babcock Trail

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See page 23 for registration information.


Registration Information Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and must be in at least three days prior to the start of the class. All classes need a minimum number of participants in order to take place.

Refunds

Confirmation

Requests for a refund must be received by our office five days prior to the first class session. There is an $10 service charge for all refunds requested by participants before the first session.

Classes will be held unless you are notified otherwise. Confirmations are not sent verifying your registration. You will be contacted if the class is full.

Cancellation Policy

Financial Help

Photographs

If a class is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment, you will be notified by phone or email and receive a full refund. If class is cancelled because of the weather or unavoidable re asons, it will be rescheduled when possible.

A limited number of scholarships are available or there are payment plan options. Please call, 651-306-7870 (IGH), 651-306-3631 (SSP) or 651-403-8313 (WSP).

Photographs taken at classes and activities may be submitted to newspapers, or District publications. Written requests not to publish photos of specific students will be honored.

Child’s Name: ______________________________ Grade in Fall 2017: _______ DOB: ___________School:_____________________ nombre del nino

Grado en Otono de 2017

Fecha de Nacimiento

Escuela

Parent/Guardian’s Name: ___________________________________________________________ T-shirt size:___________________ Talla de camiseta (si es que aplica)

nombre del Padre/Tutor

Address: ___________________________________________________ City: _____________________________ Zip: ____________ Dirección

Ciudad

Código Postal

Work □ Yes Cell Phone:_______________________ Email: ___________________________ Can receive sims text regarding class □ No Home

Emergency Contact Name: _____________________________________________________ Phone : _________________________ teléfono (other than parent/guardian) En caso de emergencia llamor a (diferente de Padres ó tutores)

□ Check here if you would not like your child to be photographed

Members only ID #: ________________

for media use by Community Education.

sólamente miembros ID#

Indique aquí si NO QUIERE que su niño sea fotografiado por los medros de Community Education

Please list any concerns you have or the registrant has that the instructor should be aware of: ______________________________

Por favor anote la informacion que a usted le preocupa de su nino y que el Instructor de ba sabor

Course Title

Nombre del Curso

Course Number

Location

Número del Curso

Course Dates

Lugar

Feches del Curso

Fee

Costo

Voluntary Questions: Collecting this information helps us provide programs/services that meet the needs of our entire community. Preguntas Voluntarias: Al obtener esta informaión, usted nos ayuda a proveer programas / serviciós que cubran las necesidades de toda la comunidad. Race of Registrant: □ Asian □ Black/African American □ American Indian/Alaska Native □ Latino/Hispanic Raza de la persona Asiático Negro/Africoamericano Indioamericano/Nativo de Alaska que se registra □ Native Hawaiian/other Pacific Islander □ White □ Two or more races □ Unknown/Other__________________ Nativo de Hawaii/otra Isla del Pacifico Blanco Dos ó más razas Desconocid/otro Gender of Registrant: □ Male Género de la persona Hombre que se registra

□ Female Mujer

If you currently have a parent/guardian on active duty in the military please call to register to receive 15% off your class. Si actualmente tiene un padre o tutor activo en el ejército. Por favor llame por teléfono para recibir 15% descuento en su clase Complete if Paying by Credit Card - Type of Card: □ Visa Si paga con tarjeta de crédito, por favor complete lo síguienta

□ Master Card

□ Discover

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Amount charged: $___________ Cantidad $

Signature:_________________________________________________________________________________ *Please make checks payable to Community Education Firma *Si paga con cheque por favor hágolo a nombre de Community Education Exención de respunsabilidad: Considerando que acepten a mi hijo en el programa Signature_________________________________________________________ Firma

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