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Activity Guide Fall 2018

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Welcome to WA-WM Recreation & Community Services Fall Greetings from Shelly Strasser Director of Recreation and Community Services

It’s my pleasure to share with you the Fall 2018 Activity Guide. As we all know, fall is a time of change….change in the weather, change of schedules as kids head back to school, changing colors of leaves on the trees, time change with daylight savings. Change is constant and happens all of the time and yet so many of us struggle with change.

To change is to make different, alter, transform, take a different course or direction, replace, switch, undergo a modification. Let the WAWM RCS Department and it’s amazing team of instructors, staff and coaches help make the fall change easy on you by connecting you to some great opportunities. Make a change in your life by taking a class for yourself, modify your weekly schedule by registering for a program, if you already are in a program with us-try adding on a new class, transform your mind, body and spirit by actively engaging in a recreation program.

We don’t just talk the talk, we like to walk the walk. We have made a huge change to our Action programs with the new addition of AM Action, a before school care program at all 11 elementary schools. Some of the faces on our administrative team have changed and our fall program line up has changed with new programs and changes to existing programs/practices. Community recreation programs can bring us together - all of us, from all walks of life. Sharing these experiences and working through change together can create bonds that keep us connected as a community and help to build pride in West Allis and West Milwaukee. Change is good when it makes us better and is done together! We look forward to seeing how you decided to change with us this fall!

Shelly Strasser, Director

Meet the Leadership Team

Program Managers

604-4937

Linda Gritzmacher

604-4911

Kyle Holbach

604-4951

Early Childhood, Dance, Adult Fitness & Early Sport Instruction

Aquatics, Adaptive & Young at Heart

Amanda Schwichtenberg

Enrichment, Sport Instruction, Trips & Events

Dustin Smith

Adult Leagues & Facility Rentals

Cory Thompson

Youth Sports & Intermediate School Athletics

Out of School Time Manager

Before & After School Action, Non-School Day Camps

Office & Facilities Team

Cassie Stanton, Office Manager Tami Francis, Office Support Katie Lindgren, Office Support Jill Ponzi, Facility Scheduling Laura Wolske, Office Support Chris Johnson, Facility Support

604-4963 604-4938 604-4959 604-4968

604-4925 604-4943 604-4943 604-4940 604-4930

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Do you have a Talent or Idea?

We may be interested in hiring you as an instructor! We would love to hear your idea of a program on your “wish list.”

Please contact our office with your talent or ideas! We would love to hear from you! 604-4900 wawmrec@wawmsd.org

Adaptive Recreation . . . .

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Adult Enrichment . . . . . .

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Adult Sports & Leagues . .

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Adult Fitness . . . . . . . .

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Adult Trips . . . . . . . . .

Aquatics . . . . . . . . . . .

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Be A Champion For A Child . .

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Dance, Gymnastics & Baton . . 11 - 12 Community Information . . . . 39 - 40 Early Childhood . . . . . . . . .

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General Program Information . . Office Information . . .

OST Programs . . . . . . . .

Preschool Programs . . . . . . .

Program Locations . . . . . . . . Registration . . . . . . . . . . . .

Teen Ops. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Young at Heart . . . . . . . . . . . . Youth Enrichment . . . . . . . .

Youth Sports & Leagues . . .

IFC = Inside Front Cover

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Aquatics Early Childhood Youth Enrichment Family Events Youth Sports Adaptive OST Young At Heart Adult Fitness Adult Sports Adult Enrichment Community Registration

Table of Contents


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American Red Cross “Learn to Swim“ Lessons **SAFETY FIRST - IMPORTANT INFORMATION**

• All children must be at least 4 years of age to attend lessons on their own and MUST meet the height

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requirement for each specific pool. Please measure from the bottom of your child’s feet to their chin. Parent & Child classes are exempt from the height requirement. o Frank Lloyd Wright - 36 inches chin to toes o Nathan Hale - 38 inches chin to toes Participants must pass all skills to move to the next level. Class length will be 50 minutes, except Semi-Private which is 30 minutes. Swim goggles recommended for levels 3 - 6. Individuals must be toilet trained in order to enroll in all programs. No Swim Diapers Allowed. If you have any questions regarding swim level classification contact Kyle Holbach, Program Manager at 604-4951.

Pool Regulations

Aquatics

1. Per state code, all swimmers must thoroughly rinse off in the shower before entering the pool. 2. Swim caps are required of all swimmers whose hair is long or controlled by hair spray or oil. Swim caps are sold at the pool for $2. 3. Do not bring valuables to pool. The WAWM RCS Department is not responsible for lost or stolen articles. 4. Any swimmer who has entered 5 year old kindergarten must use their respective male/female locker room. 5. Strollers must be kept out of pool area. Please carry child or use child carrying device. 6. Use of cell phones and electronic devices is prohibited in locker rooms. 7. Street shoes are not allowed in pool area. Shoes must be removed.

Parent & Child Classes

Beginning water skills will be introduced. Skills include getting face wet in the pool, blowing bubbles, front and back float and glides. All children must be toilet trained to participate. Absolutely NO swim diapers of any kind are allowed. At least one adult per child is required.

Frank Lloyd Wright W 9/12 - 11/14 6 pm Sa 9/15 - 11/17 9 am $30 / $45 NR

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Water and air temperature is regulated by the District’s Facilities & Operations Department, not the WAWM RCS Department. They make every attempt to maintain a pool temperature of 82 degrees.

Swim Level Classifications

Our lessons are taught by American Red Cross Certified Water Safety Instructors. Please read swim levels carefully and check height requirements to assure your child is in the correct level. The WAWM RCS reserves the right to move your child out of a level for their own safety.

Level 1

Introduction of Water Skills

This is for first time students who may be fearful of the water or need to gain confidence and to be independent in the water. Skills worked on are bobbing in the water, back floats and submerging face in the water, and beginner stroke movements.

Frank Lloyd Wright M 9/10 - 11/12 6 pm Th 9/13 - 11/15 6 pm Sa 9/15 - 11/17 11 am Sa 9/15 - 11/17 3:30 pm

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Nathan Hale Tu/Th 9/11 - 10/11

6 pm

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6 pm

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$30 / $45 NR

$30 / $45 NR

Frank Lloyd Wright Tu/Th 11/20 - 12/20 (No class 11/22) $27 / $41 NR


Level 2

American Red Cross “Learn to Swim“ Lessons

Fundamental Aquatic Skills

Individuals will learn floating and swim skills without support devices. Jumping in alone, going underwater, treading water and front combined skills will be introduced.

Frank Lloyd Wright M 9/10 - 11/12 7 pm 301002.01 Tu 9/11 - 11/13 6 pm 301002.02 Sa 9/15 - 11/17 12:30 pm 301002.03 $30 / $45 NR

Mini Sessions

Nathan Hale Tu/Th 9/11 - 10/11 6 pm 301002.04 $30 / $45 NR

Tu/Th 11/20 - 12/20 6 pm 301002.06 (No class 11/22)

Stroke Development

Swimmers will learn to do front crawl, elementary backstroke and swim the width of the pool. They will be introduced to deep water skills, jumping in, simple dives and treading water. Frank Lloyd Wright Tu 9/11 - 11/13 7 pm 301003.01 Th 9/13 - 11/15 7 pm 301003.02 Sa 9/15 - 11/17 10 am 301003.03 $30 / $45 NR

Mini Session - Nathan Hale Tu/Th 10/16 - 11/15 6 pm 301003.04 $30 / $45 NR

Mini Session - Frank Lloyd Wright M/W 11/19 - 12/19 6 pm 301003.05 (No class 11/21)

Tu/Th 11/20 - 12/20 7 pm 301003.06 (No class 11/22) $27 / $41 NR

Stroke Improvement

Participants will practice front and back crawl strokes for 25 yards and learn butterfly, breast stroke and side stroke. Underwater swim and deep water skills to be introduced. Frank Lloyd Wright W 9/12 - 11/14 7 pm Sa 9/15 - 11/17 1:30 pm

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7 pm

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Nathan Hale M 9/10 - 11/12 $30 / 45 NR

Mini Session - Nathan Hale Tu/Th 10/16 - 11/15 6 pm 301004.04 $30 / $45 NR

Mini Session - Frank Lloyd Wright Tu/Th 11/20 - 12/20 7 pm 301004.05 (No class 11/22) $27 / $41 NR

$27 / $41 NR

Level 5

Stroke Refinement

Swimmers will practice front and elementary back stroke for 50 yards and breast stroke, side stroke and butterfly for 25 yards. Deep water skills will be refined.

Frank Lloyd Wright Sa 9/15 - 11/17 2:30 pm 301005.01 Nathan Hale Tu 9/11 - 11/13 $30 / $45 NR

7 pm

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Mini Session - Frank Lloyd Wright M/W 11/19 - 12/19 7 pm 301005.03 (No class 11/21) $27 / $41 NR

Level 6

Fitness Swimmer

Continue work with front crawl, elementary back stroke, back crawl, side stroke and butterfly while incorporating turns. This is a higher level exercise and endurance program.

Nathan Hale Tu 9/11 - 11/13 $30 / $45 NR

7 pm

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Mini Session - Frank Lloyd Wright M/W 11/19 - 12/19 7 pm 301006.02 (No class 11/21) $27 / $41 NR

Aquatics

Frank Lloyd Wright M/W 11/19 - 12/19 6 pm 301002.05 (No class 11/21)

Level 4

Level 3

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American Red Cross “Learn to Swim“ Lessons Intermediate School Student Swim Lessons

6th, 7th & 8th Grade Are you looking for a great way to improve your swimming techniques? Get involved in this awesome program to work on or improve your swimming skills. This class will help prepare participants for high school physical education swim class. This class is free to all school district students and residents. Nathan Hale Th 9/13 - 11/15 7 pm 301007.01 $45 Non-District Students

Semi-Private Swimming Lessons

Semi-private swim lessons are designed to meet the needs of participants who are seeking more individualized instruction. Lessons have mixed levels within one class and smaller instructor to student ratios.

Aquatics

Beginner: Little or no experience swimming or not comfortable in the water. Advanced: Have taken swim lessons or have experience with swim strokes and are comfortable in the water. $40 / $60 NR

Age

Skill

4-7 7 - 10

M 9/10 - 11/12 Frank Lloyd Wright Time

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Age

Skill

Beg

5 - 5:30 pm

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Adv

5:30 - 6 pm

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7 - 10

W 9/12 - 11/14 Frank Lloyd Wright

Time

Code

Adv

6 - 6:30 pm

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Beg

6:30 - 7 pm

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Time

Code

Age

Skill

Beg

5 - 5:30 pm

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4-7

Adv

5:30 - 6 pm

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7 - 10

Age

Skill

4-7 7 - 10

M/W Mini Session

11/19 - 12/19

M 9/10 - 11/12 Nathan Hale

Th 9/13 - 11/15 Frank Lloyd Wright Time

Code

Adv

5 - 5:30 pm

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Beg

5:30 - 6 pm

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Frank Lloyd Wright (No class 11/21)

$36 / $54 NR (M/W Mini Session only)

Age

Skill

Time

Code

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Skill

Time

Code

4-7

Beg

5 - 5:30 pm

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7 - 10

Adv

5:30 - 6 pm

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Open Swim

Come and have some pool fun swimming and splashing around! Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Only RCS Department provided balls and dive toys can be used.

Winter Break Open Swim Admission at the door: FLW Adults: $2 / $3 NR 12/26, 12/27, 12/28 Seniors: $1 / $2 NR 12 - 2 pm - 5th grade & under 18 & under: $1 / $2 NR 2 - 4 pm - 6th grade & up *No fee for parents/guardians who are spectating.

Nathan Hale Wednesday - All Ages 9/12 - 11/14 6 - 8 pm


Adult Aquatics Class length is 50 minutes

Do you enjoy being in the water and are looking to improve your swimming skills? We will work on a variety of swim strokes and other important aspects of swimming to get you feeling comfortable in the water!

Adult Water Exercise

Get moving with aerobic routines and stretching exercises done to music at varied intensity done at your own pace. This class is for the swimmer and non-swimmer. Weights and noodles will be used. Frank Lloyd Wright

Low Intensity MaryAnn Batchelor Tu 5 pm 9/11 - 11/13 $35 / $53 NR

Moderate Intensity Kristine Hartmann Tu 8 pm 9/11 - 11/13 $35 / $53 NR

Mini-Session 11/27 - 12/18 $14 / $21 NR

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Aqua Zumba

Come join instructor Kathleen Barbian for an entertaining mix of water aerobics and dance moves. Latin music and other rhythms will provide a “POOL PARTY�feel!

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$35 / $53 NR

Frank Lloyd Wright Th 8 pm 9/13 - 11/15

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Mini Session 11/29 - 12/20

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$35 / $53 NR $14 / $21 NR

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Frank Lloyd Wright M 9/10 - 11/12 8 pm 302004.01

Looking for Open swim? See page 3!

Aqua Boot Camp

Aqua Boot Camp is a high intensity workout that combines calisthenics, cardiovascular conditioning, core and muscle strength building along with swimming. Class will take place in the shallow end of the pool and will utilize weights, noodles and bands. Ability to swim is recommended but not required. Instructor: Kathleen Barbian Frank Lloyd Wright W 9/12 - 11/14 8 pm 302015.01 $35 / $53 NR

Mini Session W 11/28 - 12/19 8 pm $14 / $21 NR

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Aquatics

Mini Session 11/27 - 12/18 $14 / $21 NR

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Adult Swim Lessons

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Early Childhood Pint-Size Picassos

1½ - 4 years w/adult

Mushy-Gushy, Sticky-Icky, Smelly Fun 1½ - 4 years w/adult

Does your child love to play in bubbles, water, pudding, dirt, packing peanuts, and more? Each class will give your child the opportunity to explore using the five senses. Old play clothes are recommended for optimal messiness! Instructor: Natasha Ergen Franklin Fieldhouse W 9/12 - 10/17 11 am - 12 pm 303150.01 Early Childhood

W 10/24 - 12/5 (No class 11/21) 11 am - 12 pm 303150.02 $30 / $45 NR

Art is an essential way of expressing ideas and feelings in visual form. Children will learn painting, drawing, printmaking, three-dimensional creations and fun projects, while exploring exciting materials. This dynamic class will promote creative development and strengthen fine motor skills as well as social interaction. Instructor: Nathasha Ergen

$30 / $45 NR

A great way for kids to learn about the world around them is through their senses! Each class will be spent playing with sand and water tables, using fine motor skills, exploring different textures and more. We will learn by playing games based on what is around us. Old clothes are recommended for messy play! Instructor: Marissa Meier

$19 / $29 NR

A. 1 - 2 years w/adult B. 3 - 4 years

Franklin Fieldhouse W 9/12 - 10/17 9:30 -10:30 am 303152.01

W 10/24 - 12/5 (No class 11/21) 9:30 - 10:30 am 303152.02 Instructor: Marissa Meier Tu 11/20 - 12/18 6:30 - 7:15 pm 303152.03

Instructor: Marissa Meier Tu 11/20 - 12/18 5:30 - 6:15 pm $19 / $29 NR

Bundle of Senses

303150.03 Best Wishes for Early Childhood Instructor: Andrea Gordon

Franklin Fieldhouse Tu 9/11 - 10/9 A. 5:30 - 6 pm $13 / $20 NR

B. 6:15 - 7 pm $19 / $29 NR

Andrea has been teaching early childhood classes with us the past 4 years. She felt that working for the WAWM RCS Dept. has provided her an amazing opportunity to work with preschoolers. Watching them grow into their own individuals and developing their own thoughts and personalities is just one of the many bonuses to her job. She has seen many children start her programs nervous and apprehensive then gradually turn into happy, confident little people. Andrea’s creativity and innovative ideas came with a smile every day. She encouraged all students and by the time the session was over, the children were actively participating and engaged. Andrea knows kids are kids and they are going to get messy and make messes and they want to have FUN. That is what her classes were about. We wish the best to Andrea in all her new endeavors. THE WAWM RCS DEPT. WISHES YOU THE BEST AND THANKS YOU FOR ALL YOU HAVE DONE FOR ALL THE CHILDREN IN OUR COMMUNITY!!!!

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Early Childhood

Mini Marvels

1½ - 3 years (adult optional)

These are one-day opportunities for your child to have fun and explore the day’s theme through crafts, stories, games, and movement activities. Register for one or all themes. Dressing for the theme is encouraged! Instructor: Natasha Ergen Franklin Fieldhouse F 9:30 - 10:30 am

9/14 - School Days 9/21 - Apple Tree 9/28 - Pirates 10/5 - Elephants and Animals 10/12 - Color of Fall 10/19 - Halloween 11/2 - Owls 11/9 - Bubble Trouble 11/16 - Thanksgiving 11/30 - Llama Llama 12/7 - Winter Wonder

Big Moves for Little Bodies 1½ - 3 years w/adult

Little bodies making some big moves. See how their gross motor skills improve as they use the balance beam, slides, hula hoops, play with instruments, utilize different balls, and much more. This class will keep your child busy and having fun. Instructor: Marissa Meier Franklin Fieldhouse Th 9/13 - 10/11 5:30 - 6:15 pm 303200.01 $19 / $29 NR

Franklin Fieldhouse Tu 9/11 - 10/16 9:45 – 10:30 am 303160.01

Tu 10/23 - 12/4 (No class 11/6) 11 – 11:45 am 303160.02

Watch Me Run

1 - 3 years w/adult

Children love to run, run and run some more! Join your child in a class where we will use their energy and love of running to learn through play! We will have a short circle time, sing songs and enjoy lots of time running and playing games. Children will release some energy, practice listening to instructions and begin socializing. Instructor: Marissa Meier Franklin School Sa 11/17 - 12/15 9 - 9:45 am $19 / $29 NR

Music can be so much fun. Bells, drums, horns, etc. can make such unique sounds and when put all together, kids can make beautiful music! Music fun is all about using different instruments to make some fun musical sounds. Instructor: Natasha Ergen

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$23 / $35 NR

Dr. Seuss Book Club 1 ½ - 3 years w/adult

Early Childhood

$5 / $8 NR per date

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Music Fun 1 ½ - 3 years w/adult

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Everyone loves Dr. Seuss books. Kids in general love to read, be read to or just look at pictures in a book. Come join Natasha Ergen as she picks a special Dr. Seuss book each week. Children will listen to the story then enjoy games, crafts and songs which are related to the book. Franklin Fieldhouse Tu 9/11 - 10/16 11 - 11:45 am 303405.01

Tu 10/23 - 12/4 (No class 11/6) 9:45 - 10:30 am 303405.02 $23 / $35 NR


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Early Childhood

Princess Playtime 3 - 4 years

Experience the life of a special princess. You will hear princess stories, make princess crafts, play princess games, and much more. Wearing princess outfits are encouraged!! Instructor: Natasha Ergen Franklin Fieldhouse Th 9/13 - 10/18 9:30 - 10:30 am 303563.01 Early Childhood

$30 / $45 NR

Fairytale Playtime 3 - 4 years

Super Hero Kids 3 - 4 years

Are you a Super Hero who is brave and wants to save the day? Enroll in super hero kids and experience stories, crafts, and activities with Natasha Ergen centered on characters that save the world! Dressing up is encouraged! Franklin Fieldhouse Th 9/13 - 10/18 11 am - 12 pm 303360.01 $30 / $45 NR

$30 / $45 NR

For more exciting sport opportunities for your little athlete, see page 16!

It’s ballet time! If your child loves to dance, watch ballet, twirl, and play, this is the class for them! The youngest ballerinas will enjoy bonding with parents and playing games to learn more about ballet. The older ballerinas will learn positions together and play games to practice them. Boys and girls are welcome! Instructor: Natasha Ergen Franklin Fieldhouse 2 - 4 years w/adult M 9/10 - 10/22 (No class 9/24) 10:30 - 11:15 am 303300.01 6:30 - 7:15 pm 303300.02 M 10/29 - 12/3 9:15 - 10:00 am 5:30 - 6:15 pm $23 / $35 NR

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Instructor: Marissa Meier A. 1 - 2 years w/adult B. 3 - 4 years w/adult

Does your child dream of fairy haven? Enroll your child to experience stories, crafts, and activities all centered on the world of fairies! Dressing up is encouraged! Instructor: Natasha Ergen

Franklin Fieldhouse Th 10/25 - 12/6 (No class 11/22) 11 am - 12 pm 303365.01

Mini Ballerinas

Tu 10/16 - 11/13 A. 5:30 - 6 pm $13 / $20 NR

Zoom Zoom - Planes and Trains! 3 - 4 years

Vroom! Are you fascinated by different cars, big and little trucks, and trains, then this class is for you. Through stories, art, games, songs and fun activities you will get to learn & play with these many vehicles. Instructor: Natasha Ergen

Franklin Fieldhouse Th 10/25 - 12/6 (No class 11/22) 9:30 - 10:30 am 303545.01 $30 / $45 NR

B. 6:15 - 7 pm $19 / $29 NR

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Early Childhood Bitty Sports

2 - 4 years w/adult

Tiny Glow-Run 2 - 10 years

This 2K fun run is for you and your child. It will be a unique run filled with glow sticks! Stay after the race to enjoy kicking and throwing balls around while the sun goes down! Instructor: Marissa Meier

$5 / $8 NR

TotWorks

TotWorks is an introduction to a classroom setting for toddlers and preschoolers. Each class focuses on a story and extends your child’s learning with opportunities for artwork, fine motor skills, and body movement. Children who attend develop social skills and independence. They learn and have fun at the same time. Instructor: Marissa Meier Franklin Fieldhouse Sa 9/15 - 10/20 A. 1½ - 3 years w/adult 10:15 - 11 am 303110.01 B. 3 - 5 years 11:15 am - 12 pm 303110.02 $23 / $35 NR

Franklin Elementary Combo 1 - (volleyball, tennis, golf, hockey, bowling, track) Sa 9/15 - 10/20 9 - 9:45 am 303800.01 $23 / $35 NR Franklin Fieldhouse Combo 2 - (baseball, basketball, football, soccer, track) W 10/17 - 11/14 5:30 - 6:15 pm 303800.02 $19 / $29 NR

Holiday Fun 2 - 6 years

Drop your kids off with us while you go and finish your holiday shopping or just take a break for yourself. Kids will have a blast singing and dancing, making crafts, reading books, and getting some energy out. (Each class will be filled with unique activities so feel free to come to more than one class.) Instructor: Marissa Meier Franklin Fieldhouse F 12/21 5 - 8 pm 303195.01 Sa 12/22 9 am - 12 pm $15 / $23 NR

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2 - 3 years w/adult

This class is a fun introduction to soccer. We will learn the basics of soccer through playing games and lots of action. This class allows kids to be active and enjoy playing soccer with their parent or guardian in a relaxed environment. Feel free to bring your own soccer ball if you have one. Instructor: Marissa Meier Franklin Fieldhouse Th 11/29 - 12/20 5:30 - 6:15 pm 303800.03 $15 / $23 NR

Tumble Bugs

2 - 4 years w/adult

Time for your imagination to get your body active. Natasha Ergen will use songs to interact and play with simple tumbling skills. Get excited to swing like a monkey from the bars, roll like a log on the floor and walk on the balance beams. Franklin Fieldhouse Session I M 9/10 - 10/22 (No class 9/24) 9:15 - 10 am 303205.01 6:30 - 7:15 pm 303205.02 Session II M 10/29 - 12/3 10:30 - 11:15 am 5:30 - 6:15 pm $23 / $35 NR

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Early Childhood

Frank Lloyd Wright Track F 8/31 A. 2 - 6 years w/ parent 7 - 7:30 pm 303210.01 B. 7 - 10 years w/parent 7:30 - 8 pm 303210.02

Come with your child and get a fun introduction to sports. These classes are designed for young children to work with their adult through playing games and practicing skills in each particular sport. Kids can be active in a relaxed, fun environment as they learn the basics of the sport. Instructor: Marissa Meier

Bitty Soccer

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Preschool Adventures

Preschool Programs

3 years & up (1 day per week)

Adventures will offer preschool activities that are fun, creative, and educational with Kim Rymer, certified classroom teacher and Tami Francis, classroom assistant. Your child will have the opportunity to participate in arts and crafts, music, stories, and learning centers that all revolve around the theme of the day. Basic academic skills like sorting, colors, patterns, shapes, numbers, and the ABC’s will be introduced along with the “Letter People.” Children are encouraged to use their creative energy to develop necessary social skills to learn and play successfully in a group setting. Child must be comfortable in a classroom setting without a parent and must be able to use the restroom independently. Registration is limited to one day (Monday OR Wednesday) per session, as the same curriculum is covered both days of the week. Preschool Programs

Franklin Fieldhouse 9 - 11:30 am M 9/10 - 10/29 W 9/12 - 10/31 $86 / $129 NR M 11/5 - 12/17 W 11/7 - 12/19 $75 / $113 NR

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Open House All Monday & Wednesday families Wednesday, August 29 5:30 - 6:30 pm

Families are invited to meet your Preschool Adventures teachers and explore the classroom.

Preschool Passageway 3½ years & up (2 days per week)

Children participate in a variety of independent, small, and large group activities. Early Literacy (“Letter People”), Pre-Math, Science, Art and large music/movement activities are weekly components of the program. Daily circle time activities offered will promote development of listening skills & encourage appropriate group participation. During this time, students will discuss the calendar, weather, “letter person” & themes for the week. Additionally, iPads will be available for students to explore with during free choice time. iPad Apps will be academically based reinforcing pre-math & pre-reading skills. Enroll your child in this Preschool Passageway to K4 with Kim Rymer, certified classroom teacher and Tami Francis, classroom assistant. Child must be comfortable in a classroom setting without a parent and must be able to use the restroom independently. Open House All Tuesday & Thursday families Tuesday, August 28 5:30 - 6:30 pm

All families are invited to meet your teachers & explore the classroom.

Franklin Fieldhouse Tu & Th 9/11 - 5/23 (days off will be given at class) 9 - 11:30 am 403400.01 $750 / $1,125 NR

** Installment billing plan is available.


Birthday Party Packages / Family Event

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Birthday Packages / Family Event

Riding With The Rec

1st Annual family bicycle event!

COME RIDE WITH US! The WAWM RCS Staff wants you to come and enjoy a bike riding adventure. Bring your family and friends of all ages to enjoy the outdoors and have fun on this 4 mile out and back bike ride! Event starts at Greenfield Park, Picnic Area #1 at 10 am and rides along an asphalt trail to Buena Park in New Berlin and then back to Greenfield Park for picnic and games. Helmets are required and any participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Sa 8/25 10 – 11:30 am

Ages 4 and under Ages 5 and up

Free! $5 per person

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The first 50 participants to register will receive a free “Riding With The Rec” T-Shirt! Get registered now!


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Dance Program

The WAWM RCS reserves the right to split up, combine classes for the benefit of the program

Dance classes help students develop coordination, range of motion and increased physical fitness through strength, flexibility and endurance. Additionally, social awareness develops as students dance together and begin to recognize themselves in relation to others. Self-discipline and self-confidence are developed as students learn technique and explore their own creativity. Creative Movement classes introduce young dancers (ages 4 - 6) to a structured environment where they learn the basics of dance and classroom etiquette which can be applied to any dance form. Basic dance steps are introduced, though the majority of the class is on a broader objective (balance, dynamics, musicality, etc.) Focus is on broad movement concepts, coordination and rhythm develop as the children explore movement and music through games and exercises. The young dancers will use pom pons, scarves, and other props to help them stay engaged and learn the basic movements. General Mitchell: Thursday Evenings and Saturdays, October 18 - March 9 *Recital: Friday, March 15 & Saturday, March 16, 2019 *Rehearsal: March 14 (*These dates are tentative and subject to change) *If your child is going to perform in the recital at the end of the dance season, there will be a costume fee. Costume fees range from approximately $30 - $40 per enrolled class.* $60 / $90 NR per class for the entire session October - March (Classes are 50 minutes in length.)

Classes Begin/Teacher Meet & Greet Th: 10/18

Sa: 10/20

Dance Program

It is highly recommended that all children are accompanied by a parent or adult guardian for the first 10 minutes of the first day. Parents will get to see where their child will be taking their class and meet the teacher. After the first 10 minutes, parents will be asked to return to the hallway to wait. Classes are closed sessions. Parent observation days will be scheduled throughout the year.

9 am

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Ballet Creative Movement 4 - 6 yrs 415400.01

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Saturday 11 am

*New this fall!* Aloha! Take a trip to paradise right here in West Allis. Learn and enjoy the graceful movements and stories of the Hawaiian hula and dances from Tahiti and New Zealand. Hula is for everyone. Have fun and melt away your stress! Hula instructors Janis Brensinger and Karen Hansen have been Hawaiian dancing for over 30 years. They have traveled to Hawaii and learned hula from the

masters.

12 pm

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Acrobatics 10 - 13 yrs 415600.03

Acrobatics 7 - 9 yrs 415500.06

Poms 10 - 13 yrs 415600.02

Poms 7 - 9 yrs 415500.04

Poms Creative Movement 4 - 6 yrs 415400.04

Tap Level 2 7 - 9 yrs 415500.02

Tap Creative Movement 4 - 6 yrs 415400.03

Tap Level 1 7 - 9 yrs 415500.07

Ballet Level 1 7 - 9 yrs 415500.03

Ballet Level 2 7 - 9 yrs 415500.05

Ballet 10 - 13 yrs 415600.04

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7 pm

8 pm

Thursday

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Tap Level 1 Teen/Adult 415700.02

Hawaiian Creative Movement 4 - 6 yrs 415400.07

Hawaiian 7 - 9 yrs 415500.08

Ballet Creative Movement 4 - 6 yrs 415400.06

Adult

Jazz 415700.04

Ballet Adult 415700.03

Hawaiian Teen/Adult 415700.05

1 pm

Jazz 10 - 13 yrs 415600.05 Ballet Creative Movement 4- 6 yrs 415400.05


Dance / Gymnastics / Baton

Trixters Gymnastics

Improve your child’s flexibility, strength, coordination and self-confidence while exploring the fun world of gymnastics. Your gymnast will work on their skills in the areas of the floor, uneven bars and balance beam under the guidance of local gymnasts. The gymnasts will be evaluated into four groups, grouping the gymnasts with similar skill levels. Due to space limitations, classes are closed sessions, but we will have parent observation nights for you to see your gymnast’s progress. Your gymnast will be sure to score a perfect “TEN” in your heart during this program. Nathan Hale Upper Gym Tu,Th 9/25 - 12/13 (No class 10/25, 11/6, 11/20, 11/22)

4 - 6 years 6 - 6:40 pm

7 - 9 years 6:45 - 7:25 pm

10 years and up 7:30 - 8:10 pm

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Extra Skills Practice (8 years & up) 8:15 - 8:45 pm

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$30 / $45 NR

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Love to dance? Poms, Tap, Ballet, Jazz, Acrobatics and Hawaiian oh my! Not sure which dance class to get signed up for, come join the 2018-19 dance staff for the opportunity to try each form of dance. Try-It will begin at 10 am and last until 3 pm. Parents are welcome at 2:30 pm to watch short presentation by participants in the gym. Participants should bring a bag lunch and something to drink. General Mitchell Sa 10/6 10 am – 3 pm $15 / $23 NR

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Diamond Twirlers

Instructional Classes and Teams

This is an excellent way of developing hand-eye coordination, rhythm, timing, poise, gracefulness, endurance, self-discipline and overall coordination. Offerings for ages 3 through adult in areas of baton twirling and half time show classes.

Taste of Baton

3 - 6 years with no experience

This class will expose your child to a few different elements to twirl, manage, or dance with. “Taste” and see if baton is for your child. General Mitchell Sa 10/27 - 11/10 12:15 - 1 pm $12 / $18 NR

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Half Time Mini Show Class 3 - 5 years

Poms, ribbons, and props are used in a variety of half time performances for football, sporting events and band shows. This class gives some introductory skills to help create your own show routine and basic moves and skills that can be used in other classes and performances. General Mitchell Sa 10/27 - 11/10 11:45 am - 12:30 pm $12 / $18 NR

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Mini Camp - Baton Twirling

Dance / Gymnastics / Baton

$60 / $90 NR

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Try-It Dance

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Geared for those who have taken some baton classes or were a part of the Parade Boot Camp. Come add more skills to your abilities to get you ready for classes or teams in January. General Mitchell Sa 10/27 - 11/10 1 - 1:30 pm 315210.03 (1 - 2 years experience in camp or baton classes at WAWM RCS) 1:15 - 1:45 pm 315210.04 (3+ years experience in camp or baton classes at WAWM RCS) $10 / $15 NR

All levels are welcome to be a member of any of the baton, show or pom pons teams. For more information about costumes, batons and props for certain groups or about fundraising, please contact Kathy Kugi-Tom, Diamond Twirlers voice mailbox at 604-4900 ext. 5931


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Let’s Act

Youth Enrichment / Family Events

7 - 12 years

Lights, camera, ACTION! Your child will work on their acting chops under the direction of Kathleen Mohr. Character development, mime and stage blocking are just the few building blocks that will lead to your child’s performance in the creative dramatic play of “Fire & Stone.” Horace Mann Auditorium Tu 9/25 - 10/23 6:30 - 7:30 pm 312006.01 Youth Enrichment / Family Events

$40 / $60 NR

Manga Characters 8 years & up

Do you have an interest in Anime? Join Nick Katzfey, graphic artist and cartoonist, in learning how to draw manga-style in our multi-part workshop. You’ll learn to draw from the ground up including the basics of character drawing, character design, and all sorts of fun tricks to help you draw cool characters! You’ll also learn interesting ways to put together your own comics - characters, plot lines and more! Experienced artists and novices are all welcome. Bring along something to draw with and join the fun! Horace Mann Rm 112 W 10/3 - 10/17 304595.01 W 11/28 - 12/12 304595.02 6:15 - 7:15 pm $33 / $50 NR

Young Rembrandts 5K - 5th Grade

Challenge Island 5K - 8 Grade

Being stranded on this island is a dream come true for your child. Challenge Island is a one-of-a-kind program on the cutting edge of STEAM Education. Your child will be working collaboratively in tribes by grade level to tackle various STEM / STEAM challenges using materials in their treasure chest and their boundless imagination. We will travel to Carnival Island, where we will have the most STEMtastic time on the fairgrounds. Your child’s tribe of friends will visit action-packed destinations including Marshmallow Blast Mountain, Airshow Fields and the Midway Arcade. Carnival Island promises to be a grand prize! Program provided by Challenge Island staff. Franklin Fieldhouse MPR Sa 9/22 - 10/13 10 - 11 am 304700.01 $25 / $38 NR

Young Rembrandts will teach the drawing skills children need by introducing concrete ideas and techniques that enlarge and enrich their visual vocabularies, their imaginations and their minds. Based on an acclaimed step-by-step drawing method that is designed to tap into the three modalities children use to learn: visual, auditory and tactile/kinesthetic. Young Rembrandts celebrates each child’s accomplishment according to individual development. 3:35 - 4:35 pm $49 / $74 NR

Mitchell Elementary Tu 9/25 – 10/16 Irving Elementary W 9/26 – 10/17

Wilson Elementary Tu 10/23 – 11/20 (No class 11/6)

Hoover Elementary W 10/24 – 11/14

Jefferson Elementary Tu 11/27 – 12/18 Walker Elementary W 11/28 – 12/19

Halloween in the Park

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In Partnership with CAAD Saturday, October 20 4 - 8 pm Celebrate Halloween family style by joining us for hay rides, arts and crafts, and much more family fun in Greenfield Park. Visit www. westalliswi.gov.caad for more information.


Private Music Lessons 3rd Grade - Adult

All Band Instruments, Guitar & Piano

Hitting sour notes? Bob or Judy Halat will help you achieve the right note. Your individual lessons are designed to help you achieve your musical needs and ambitions. Lesson times range between 3:15 6:45 pm with each lesson consisting of 30 minutes. If you are a first time musician, trying get back in tone or looking to further your musical ability this is a great opportunity for you.

Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate M 9/10 - 10/15 317100.01 10/22 - 11/26 317100.02 Tu W

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9/5 - 10/10 317100.05 10/17 - 11/28 317100.06 (No class 11/21) 9/6 - 10/11 317100.07 10/18 - 11/29 317100.08 (No class 11/22)

9/7 - 10/12 317100.09 10/19 - 12/7 317100.10 (No class 10/26 & 11/23)

Bob or July Halat will contact musicians prior to the first lesson to schedule a time. Bring your instrument and lesson book. Any questions, contact Bob Halat at 604-4800 ext. 7235 $90 / $135 NR

Flavortown

6th - 8th Grade

Bam…Now that’s some flavor! Compose your very own plates that will surely satisfy your taste buds. Recipes that are sure to be your new favorite home-cooked meal will be shared as well as kitchen safety and hacks. Your cooking will be the best thing since sliced bread! Irving Fieldhouse M 10/1 - 10/29 6:15 - 7 pm $24 / $36 NR

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Incredible Edibles 5 - 7 years

Don’t have any more room on the refrigerator for your child’s artwork? That’s no problem with this class; your child’s creation is made entirely out of yummy treats. Your child is allowed to play with their food in this class to create one of kind masterpieces. Your child will be inspired by a story of the day in order to create their edible that can be made of a variety of delicious ingredients. Irving Fieldhouse M 11/5 - 12/3 6:15 - 7 pm $24 / $36 NR

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Kids Cuisine

American Red Cross Babysitting

Babysitting is one of the most important jobs a young person will ever have. Babysitting can be a lot of fun but the responsibility of it should never be taken lightly. This course is open to boys and girls 10 years and above and will include instruction based around four themes: Leadership, Safety and Safe Play, Basic Care and First Aid (including rescue breathing). Each participant should bring paper, pencil, cabbage patch size doll, snack and drink to class. Instructor: Ramona Kaiser, Red Cross Certified Mitchell, MPR W 10/10 - 10/24 5:30 - 7:40 pm $60 / $90 NR

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Special One Day Session!! Please bring a bag lunch for this session. Horace Mann, IMC 8:30 am - 3 pm Tu 11/6 W 11/21 $55 / $83 NR

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Each week a new cooking experience will be presented demonstrating tasty healthy eats. Our chefs will prepare and eat what they create giving them a feeling of satisfaction and accomplishment. We will also cover cooking terms, measuring, manners, place settings and kitchen safety with instructor Ramona Kaiser.

Irving Fieldhouse Tu 9/25 - 11/6 (No class 10/2) 5K - 2nd Gr. 5:45 - 6:30 pm Tu 11/13 - 12/18 3rd - 5th Gr. 5:45 - 6:30 pm $30 / $45 NR

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Youth Enrichment

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9/4 - 10/9 10/16 - 11/20

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Teen Ops

Teen Union

6th – 8th Grade

Trivia Night

Teen Ops

Are you a smarty pants? Come alone or with a group of friends for our first Trivia Night of the year. Teams will compete in knowledgeable categories such as history, geography, current events, math, brain teasers and of course pop culture among others to earn the most points for the evening. Prizes will be awarded for the highest score. Register as an individual and teams will be formed at Trivia Night. Join us for laughs, knowledge and a good time! Frank Lloyd Wright Cafeteria (Enter through North Main Entrance Doors) F 11/9 6:30 - 8 pm 304609.01

Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark Trip 5th – 8th Grade

The summer fun doesn’t have to end because school started. Spend the day at Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark in Lake Geneva. We will spend the day venturing through the indoor waterpark that includes waterslides of various thrills and a lazy river for the times we need to chill. If swimming isn’t your “thing,” Timber Ridge has an arcade, concessions and mini golf that would be available for an additional cost. A pizza lunch is included. What else would you be doing on a non-school day? Lane Intermediate Main Gym M 9/24 7:30 am - 5:30 pm 365115.05

Looking for a fun, safe place to hang out on a Friday night? We will be hosting open gym and a place for you to socialize with your friends. Shoot around in the gym or join in on some organized activities like Dodgeball or Ga-Ga Ball. Once you’ve worked up a sweat, cool down with your friends talking about your time here at Teen Union or crafting bracelets for you or your friends. Lane Intermediate Aux Gym and Cafeteria F 9/14 365115.01 F 10/19 365115.02 F 11/16 365115.03 F 12/14 365115.04 6:30 - 8:30 pm $5 / $8 NR

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Turkey Day

5th – 8th Grade

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Looking to kick off your Thanksgiving with a thrill? The RCS Dept. will be hosting a trip to Lasertag Adventure in Waukesha for an afternoon of UNLIMITED lasertag, trampoline, dodgeball and bowling. Arcade games are available at an additional cost. A pizza lunch is also included. We will spend the rest of the day having organized gym activities, open gym and other structured activities to keep everyone entertained. Lane Intermediate Main Gym W 11/21 7:30 am - 5:30 pm 365115.06 $35 / $53 NR


Shoot to the Hoops

3 - 6 years (adult optional)

Come join us this summer for lots of basketball fun! We will spend the first half of the class learning skills and the second half of the class playing mini-scrimmages on child-sized hoops. Instructor: Marissa Meier Franklin Fieldhouse Sa 9/15 - 10/20 12:30 - 1:30 pm 305101.01 $30 / $45 NR

Volleyball

Bump, Set, Spike! An introductory class with modified equipment to give your child the experience of serving, bumping, setting and spiking through drills and modified games on a lower net. Kneepads are helpful but not required. Instructor: Marissa Meier Franklin Elementary

Volley Kids

Volley Tots

6 - 8 years

3 - 5 years

Sa 11/17 - 12/15 10 - 10:45 am $19 / $29 NR

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Start Smart Soccer 3 - 5 years w/adult

3 - 5 years w/adult

By working one-on-one with parent or guardian, children will learn basic skills of basketball in a FUN and non-threatening environment. Through exercises that become increasingly more difficult as the children progress, they will work on dribbling, ball handling, shooting, passing, catching, running and agility. Instructor: Marissa Meier Franklin Fieldhouse Th 11/29 - 12/20 6:45 - 7:45 pm $20 / $35 NR

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By working one-on-one with parent or guardian, children will learn basic skills of soccer in a FUN and non-threatening environment. Through exercises that become increasingly more difficult as the children progress, they will work on dribbling, kicking and passing, trapping, throw-ins, and agility to help prepare them to participate in organized soccer. Instructor: Marissa Meier Franklin Fieldhouse W 10/17 - 11/14 6:45 - 7:45 pm $25 / $38 NR

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Sa 11/17 - 12/15 11 am - 12 pm $25 / $38 NR

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Kids Tennis Club

Kids' Tennis Club gives children the opportunity to try tennis in a FUN, safe, supportive, and non-traditional setting focusing on the basics. Even if you’ve never picked up a racket you will not want to miss out on this exciting program! Equipment will be provided. Horace Mann Elementary Gym W 9/26 - 10/31 5K - 2nd grade 6 - 6:50 pm 3rd - 5th grade 7 - 7:50 pm $20 / $30 NR

Sports of Sorts 4 - 6 years

Youth Sports

Start Smart Basketball

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Youth Sport Instruction

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Introduce your child to the basic skills of different sports in a fun environment. Kids are kept excited, active, and engaged using hands-on drills, games, and music involving sports equipment such as basketballs, baseballs, footballs, soccer, hockey, golf, and others. Instructor: Marissa Meier Franklin Fieldhouse Th 9/13 - 10/11 6:45 - 7:45 pm 305002.01 $25 / $38 NR


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Youth Sport Instruction

Tiny Track Meet

4 - 8 years w/adult

Rock Climbing

On your mark, get set, GO! The schedule of events will be as follows: 100 m dash, long jump, shot put, discus and hurdles. We will all run or participate in each event at the same time and our meet will finish with an awards ceremony for all those who participate. Instructor: Marissa Meier Frank Lloyd Wright Track Sa 9/8 9 - 11 am 305005.01

Youth Sports

$10 / $15 NR

Looking for a new adventure for your child this fall? Rock climbing will not only improve your child’s strength but will work to improve your child’s intellectual, social, and emotional well-being. We will guide your child through a fun and exhilarating adventure education course using one of the school district’s horizontal traverse climbing walls. That’s right; your child will be climbing horizontally not vertically. This course will provide your child an opportunity to develop self-concept, self-trust, self-reliance, improved social connections, and relationship building skills. Rock climbing isn’t just about how high you can go, it’s about the journey. Horace Mann Elementary Th 10/4 - 11/15 (No class 10/18) K5 - 2nd grade 5:45 - 6:45 pm 3rd - 5th grade 7 - 8 pm $50 / $75 NR

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Table Tennis Instruction

Youth Golf Instruction

6 - 15 years Looking to expand your child’s knowledge of golf past the usual putt-putt course? Professional golf instructor, Jim Rewolinski, will guide your child through the basics of golf. During lessons, your child will work on their golf skills at the golf range, practice green and 3 practice holes. Participants will be responsible to purchase practice balls and pay additional green fees. Costs may vary depending on basket sizes. Please have your child bring their own clubs to lessons. It’s never too early to start a life sport. Just think, the sooner your child builds their golf skills, the sooner they can join you on the links. For weather cancellations, please call Deer Haven Golf Club at 262-650-0760. 19180 W. Cleveland Ave. Sa

9/15 - 10/6

6 - 10 years 10 - 11 am

11 - 15 years 11 am - 12 pm $24 / $36 NR

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8 - 16 years Learn the Olympic sport of table tennis. Table tennis is one of the fastest sports in the world, it is lots of fun and very diverse. It is a sport for everyone, big and small, boys and girls. Participants will be taught by USATT certified coaches in a partnership with the Milwaukee Table Tennis Club. Some of the items that will be covered are: proper racket grip; forehand and backhand drives, spin, footwork, rules and serving. Games to improve skills and techniques will be used. Irving Elementary Gym

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9/25 - 10/30

6 - 7 pm

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Girls Volleyball / Flag Football

The WAWM RCS Department reserves the right to split up, combine leagues or move locations for the benefit of the program

Girls Volleyball Leagues 9/22 - 11/10

Are you looking to get your child involved in a new sport? Join our program and learn the basic skills of volleyball while having fun and making new friends. There will be one practice per week and a game.

“Spikers”- NEW! Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to practice and prepare for your intermediate school season in 2nd/3rd Grade “Set it Up” 305142.01 the spring! 4th/5th Grade “Bumpers” 305142.02 Games will be Saturday mornings 6th/7th Gr. 305142.03 8th Gr. 305142.04 Lane Intermediate Mandatory draft clinic Saturday, September 22 $35 / $53 NR Earlybird 6th graders report at 9:30 am $40 / $58 NR after 9/14 7th graders report at 10:30 am 8th graders report at 11:30 am Parent coaches are needed 1-2 hours per week! Confidential background checks are required for all volunteer coaches. Players will be contacted after the coaches meeting and prior to the start of the program. * Volleyball coaches meeting: Wednesday, September 12 at 6 pm at the Nathan Hale Cafeteria (northeast entrance.) Games will be Saturday early Afternoons

* Flag Football coaches meeting: Wednesday, August 29 at 6 pm at the Nathan Hale Cafeteria (northeast entrance.)

Flag Football

“Little Lineman”

K5 & 1st Grade Flag Football

Games and practices will be held Saturday mornings at the WA Athletic Complex.

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$35 / $53 NR Earlybird $40 / $58 after 8/28

“First and Goal”

2nd & 3rd Grade Flag Football

Games will be on Saturday mid-mornings at the WA Athletic Complex. Practice will be on Monday or Tuesday evenings at Franklin Elementary. 305500.02

”Blitz”

4th & 5th Grade Flag Football

Games will be on Saturday afternoons at the WA Athletic Complex. Practice will be held on Wednesday or Thursday evenings at Franklin Elementary 305500.03

“Go Deep” 7 on 7 Flag Football League

6th, 7th & 8th Grade Have FUN by getting involved. 6th - 8th graders can participate in an awesome flag football league with no contact involved. EVERYONE gets to play. All skill levels welcome. Games will be played on Saturday Mornings at WA Athletic Complex. Practices will be held on Wednesday or Thursday evenings at Franklin Elementary. There will be a Mandatory Draft on Saturday, September 8 at 9 am at WA Athletic Complex. Players will be contacted with practice information following the draft. 305500.04

For more information, call Cory Thompson, 604-4959 or thompsonc@wawmsd.org. In case of inclement weather, call 604-4900, Option 2. Requests to play with someone are not guaranteed unless you have a sibling or child playing with a parent volunteer coach.

Youth Sports

9/8 - 10/27 Blue 52! Green 18! Become involved in a FUN, EXCITING and SAFE way to play football. Leagues will focus on participation, skill development, teamwork, self-worth, and sportsmanship.


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Outdoor Soccer

The WAWM RCS reserves the right to split up, combine leagues or move locations for the benefit of the program

4K “Mini-Grasshoppers” Instructional Soccer

Get a jump start with soccer. This fun instructional league will work on basic skills and fundamentals through drills and small games. Recreation Center 6 - 6:45 pm 305700.01 7 - 7:45 pm 305700.02 F 9/14 - 10/19 $27 / $41 NR Earlybird $32 / $46 NR after 9/7

Soccer Leagues

9/8 - 10/27 Become involved in our soccer leagues! Leagues will focus on participation, skill development, game play, teamwork, self-worth, and sportsmanship. Please check below for specific details. Players will be contacted by phone prior to the start of the program after the coaches meeting Wednesday, August 29. $35 / $53 NR Earlybird $40 / $58 NR after 8/28

“Little Strikers” K5 & 1st Grade

Youth Sports

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“United” 2nd & 3rd Grade

Games will be played on Saturday mornings at Reservoir Park. Practices will be on Wednesday or Thursday evenings at Recreation Center. Boys 305702.03 Girls 305702.04

”World Cup” 4th & 5th Grade

Games will be played on Saturday mornings at Reservoir Park. Practices will be held on Monday or Tuesday evenings at Recreation Center. Boys 305702.05 Girls 305702.06

“Inferno” Co-Ed 6th - 8th Grade

Games will be played on Saturday afternoons at Reservoir Park. Practices will be held on Monday or Tuesday evenings at Recreation Center. Co-Ed 305702.07 There will be a Mandatory Draft on Saturday, September 8 at 12 pm at Reservoir Park. *Players will be contacted with practice information following the draft. Parent coaches needed 1 - 2 hrs. per week. Confidential background checks are required for all volunteer coaches. Coaches meeting will be held Wednesday, August 29, 6:30 pm at Nathan Hale Cafeteria.

For more information, call Cory Thompson, 604-4959 or thompsonc@wawmsd.org. In case of inclement weather, call 604-4900, Option 2. Requests to play with someone are not guaranteed unless you have a sibling or child playing with a parent volunteer coach.


Boys & Girls Basketball Leagues

The WAWM RCS reserves the right to split up, combine leagues or move locations for the benefit of the program

“Junior Dribblers” 5K & 1st Grade

Get introduced to the basics of basketball in a friendly team environment with the emphasis on fun while learning to dribble, pass, and shoot as well as offense and defense and playing as a team. Practices/games will be 50 minutes on Saturday mornings or early afternoons. You will be contacted prior to the start of the program with practice time information. Horace Mann Elementary Gym Sa 1/5 - 2/23 Boys: 305102.01 Girls: 305102.02

$35 / $53 NR Earlybird $40 / $58 NR After 12/29

“Hoop It Up”

“Fast Break”

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2nd & 3rd Grade Boys & Girls 4th & 5th Grade Boys & Girls Sa 12/8 - 2/16

This program will combine practices and games under modified rules. League play will be held on Saturday mornings and early afternoons. Practices will be held Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday evenings based on coach availability. Lane or Frank Lloyd Wright Intermediate

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You will be contacted with practice time information after the coaches meeting on Tuesday, December 4.

Parent coaches are needed only 1 - 2 hours per week! Confidential background checks are required for all volunteer coaches. Coaches meeting for Hoop It Up & Fast Break will be held on Tuesday, December 4, 6 pm at Nathan Hale Cafeteria. $40 / $60 NR Earlybird $45 / $65 NR after 12/1

1/5 – 2/23

Youth Sports

“Shooters” 6th, 7th & 8th Grade Basketball League

Does your child love to play the game of basketball or wants to give it a try? If so, the Shooters league is for them. Play basketball in a fun and relaxing environment where you don’t have to worry about playing time while learning the skills of the game. This league is for all skill levels. Teams will have one weekly practice. Players are placed on teams by a draft process completed by volunteer parent coaches and staff. Players will be contacted with practice information following the draft. “Shooters” Boys 305102.07 Games will be Saturday Early Afternoons ** Mandatory draft/clinic on 1/5 6th/7th Grade – 12 - 1 pm 8th Grade – 1 - 2 pm

“Shooters” Girls 305102.08 Games will be Saturday Early Afternoons ** Mandatory draft/clinic on 1/5 10 - 11 am

James E. Dottke School $35 / $53 NR Earlybird $40 / $58 NR after 1/2

For more information contact Youth Sports Manager, Cory Thompson at 604-4959 or thompsonc@wawmsd.org


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Youth Sports

High School Intramurals 9th - 12th grade

Are you interested in playing sports but not at a high competitive level? Join our fun and relaxed high school intramural sports. Watch for information at your school or visit our website at www.wawmrec.com. *You are not eligible to participate in WAWM RCS intramurals if you are a member of a WIAA sport team that is in season. For more information contact Cory Thompson at 604-4959. Get your team together and sign up today! WAWM Intermediate School Interscholastic Sports

Youth Sports

Join us for Intermediate School Sports Action! Opportunities are open to all 6th, 7th, and 8th grade school district residents including those students who attend a parochial school, private school, home school, or public school outside the district that does not offer sports. All students participate with their attendance area school. Track Sports offered: Basketball Wrestling Cross Country Pom/Dance Volleyball

This ad is paid for by New Berlin Swim Club

We have some exciting news to announce!

For Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball and Volleyball ONLY: FLW and Lane will join the Jr. Parkland Conference. West Milwaukee will join the Jr. SEC Conference.

As a result of the Conference Alignments: ●6th graders will participate in a NEW after school intramural sports program for basketball and volleyball. This will help to create a more inclusive opportunity for all interested athletes during their intermediate school transition year as there will not be a try-out process. ●The 7th and 8th grade seasons will be: Girls Basketball: September – October Boys Basketball: Mid November – Mid-January Girls Volleyball: February – March ●The Jr. Parkland Conference allows 2 teams at each grade level for boys basketball which will provide the opportunity for more boys to participate. ●If time and space permits, we will schedule Non-Conference games for FLW, Lane, and West Milwaukee to play against each other. All other sports programs will remain the same (Cross Country, Wrestling, Track, Poms/Cheer) New this year - Try-outs for Poms/Cheer will take place in August.

For more information or questions, please contact Cory Thompson at thompsonc@wawmsd.org or 604-4959.


Volunteers Needed

Adaptive Recreation

Questions? Call Kyle Holbach, 604-4951 or holbachk@wawmsd.org

Fall Dance

GO PACK GO! Do you like tailgating and celebrating your favorite football or other fall sports team? If you do, we’re having a “PACKERS TAILGATING DANCE.” Participants with disabilities and their families are invited to attend. There will be music, dancing and contests including best outfit, so let’s see your support for your favorite sports team. Snacks will be provided. Volunteers are needed and will be subject to a background check beforehand. Let’s party! Nathan Hale Cafeteria Th 10/18 6 - 8 pm 313020.01 $10 / $15 NR

Enroll now in the Community Based Transition Program which serves adults, ages 18 and older with special needs. The recreation program provides experiences which focus on the areas of daily living skills, personal/social skills, leisure/recreation skills and vocational skills. We meet Mon - Wed, 9 am - 2 pm at Franklin Fieldhouse, Thursdays, 9 am - 2 pm at AMF West Bowling Lanes and on Fridays, 9 am - 2 pm at Southwest YMCA. All participants must provide their own transportation, be independent in personal care and able to work in a group setting. Please call or email Kyle Holbach to obtain a registration form. Fees are based on the amount of activities and days a participant attends. Volunteers Needed Community Based Transition Program

The Community Based Transition Program is in need of volunteers. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Contact Kyle Holbach at 604-4951 or holbachk@wawmsd.org for more information. All volunteers are subject to a confidential background check.

Ages 8 & up

Hey…. Guess what night it is? It’s Wednesday Bingo Night! Sign up now for this awesome relaxing environment! Anyone under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

Franklin Fieldhouse W 9/12, 9/26, 10/10, 10/24, 11/7 6 - 7:30 pm 313002.01 $15 / $23 NR

Wheelchair, Not “disABLED”

Sports Open Gyms - Discover Ability All ages and abilities are invited to attend!

disABILITY or not, The Ability Center invites you to learn, try & play adaptive sports in a fun, non-competitive environment. Each month, we will offer numerous adaptive sports opportunities plus a “featured” sport. This program is offered to people with and without disabilities. Equipment will be provided. For information and dates please visit, Wisconsinadaptivesports.org

West Allis Special Olympics

Become involved!! Special Olympics provides year round opportunities for exercise, sports trainings and athletic competitions for persons 8 years of age and above with cognitive disabilities. For more information regarding sports available or to become a coach or volunteer contact Claudia Derringer at 257-4610.

Adaptive

Community Based Transition Program

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Before School AM Action

New This Year! The WAWM RCS Department is pleased to announce the implementation of AM Action, our new and exciting Before School program. AM Action will be offered at all 11 elementary schools in the district on days when school is in session.

Program Format

Parent/Guardian must enter the school and sign their child into AM Action when being dropped off in the morning. Drop off begins at 7:00 am, no earlier. Children will be able to participate in fun and engaging activities and will be dismissed when playground supervision begins. AM Action participants will have access to the regular school breakfast program that is served daily before school. Breakfast service operates separately from the AM Action program. The AM Action program is open to all school district residents including those students who attend a parochial school, private school, home school or public school outside the district. OST Program

How To Register

You can register online at www.wawmrec.com, by phone at 604-4900, or in person at 1205 S. 70th St., Monday through Friday 8 am - 5 pm. Registration forms are located at sites, online or at the WAWM RCS Dept. AM Action representatives will be present at all back to school registration events.

Fees

There is a one time registration fee of $200 per year. Based on the program fee structure, fee waivers and discounts are not given for enrollment in both programs (AM Action and Action 330) or for multiple children. Fees are not prorated based on the number of days that you use the program. Biweekly or monthly installment billing plans are available and a signed contract is required at the time of enrollment. Deadline to register to guarantee first day of school participation is August 29th. For those that register after the program begins, there is a one business day wait before attending.


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Out Of School Time Programs

Afterschool Action 300

Afterschool Action 330

Intermediate Afterschool Program

Elementary Afterschool Program

A fun way to end the school day! WAWM RCS Dept. offers after school programs located at all Intermediate Schools. Action 300 runs Monday - Friday when school is in session, from the end of the school day until 5:30 pm. Action 300 is a recreation based program. As part of the program participants will receive a snack, have the opportunity to engage with friends and have access to gyms and outdoor areas. Action 300 participants are able to leave once checked out by their designated parent or guardian or with a signed permission slip allowing them to leave independently. Check out our Afterschool Action Handbook for more information on program expectations. Just a few reminders: •When calling in an absence/change of plans at your school please state that the Action program should be notified. •Behavioral expectations parallel school expectations, participants who do not adhere to our behavior expectations may be dismissed from the program. Afterschool Action programs and Non-School Day Camps are open to all school district residents including those students who attend a parochial school, private school, home school or public school outside the district. You can register online at www.wawmrec.com, by phone at 604-4900, or in person at 1205 S. 70th St., Monday through Friday 8 am - 5 pm. Registration forms are located at sites, online or at the WAWM RCS Dept. Afterschool Action representatives will be present at all back to school registration events. There is a one time registration fee of $250 per year. Based on the program fee structure, fee waivers and discounts are not given for enrollment in both programs (AM Action, Action 330 or Action 300) or for multiple children. Fees are not prorated based on the number of days that you use the program. Biweekly or monthly installment billing are available and a signed contract must be signed at the time of enrollment. Deadline to register to guarantee first day of school participation is August 29th. For those that register after the program begins, there is a one business day wait before attending.

We want your kids to have fun! WAWM RCS Dept. offers Afterschool Programs located at all elementary schools. Action 330 runs Monday - Friday when school is in session, from the end of the school day until 5:30 pm. Action 330 is a recreation based program keeping kids active and socially engaged. Participants check in, receive a daily nutritional snack and then programming begins. Daily activities include supervised play, organized gym/outdoor activities, and arts & crafts. Participants are able to leave once checked out by their designated parent or guardian.

OST Program

Phones are active during program hours only. You are welcome to leave a message outside of program hours.

Franklin General Mitchell Hoover Horace Mann

550-3516 254-9157 588-1459 651-7104

Irving Jefferson Longfellow Madison

254-9235 531-3346 416-3154 588-1475

Pershing Walker Wilson

254-6961 254-7986 254-7607

Make School Breaks Fun!

The WAWM RCS Dept. will offer a series of day camps when school is not in session. Camps are hosted at Horace Mann Elementary and open to all students in 4K - 5th grade. Registration is on a first come, first served basis and camp dates often fill. Informational flyers will be distributed through WA-WM Schools, Action Programs, and online at www.wawmrec.com.

Frank Lloyd Wright 604-3417 Lane 659-3932 West Milwaukee 254-1314

2018 - 2019 Camp Dates Look for Non-School Day Camp information on our website and Facebook page. 8

September 24 October 26 November 6, 21 December 26, 27, 28 January 21, 22

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Young at Heart

Questions? Call Kyle Holbach, 604-4951 or holbachk@wawmsd.org

Get Up and Walk

Young at Heart

Start your morning off right by getting off Are you an older adult age 55+ the couch looking for some lower intensity and walking exercise options or opportunities for an hour! to meet some new people in a fun Class will setting? meet at the Our Young at Heart programs Recreation are for you! These programs are Center where we will walk around geared towards seniors in our the neighborhood. We will keep community and offer social as well track of how many classes you as fitness options. attend and the more you attend, the If you have any feedback on more prizes you win! Bring a water programs or potential new bottle and comfortable shoes. 1-day programs that you would like to drop in passes are available for $2. participate in please contact Kyle Recreation Center Holbach at 604-4951 or M,W 9/10 - 10/31 holbachk@wawmsd.org. 9:30 - 10:30 am 330010.01 5:30 - 6:30 pm 330010.02 Card Club

Come make new friends and enjoy playing cards in this relaxing environment. Bridge, Cribbage and Sheepshead are just a few games that might be played! Don’t worry if you don’t know how to play, instructions will be available and we will teach you! Recreation Center Tu,Th 9/18 - 12/13 1 - 3 pm 330200.01 (No class 11/20, 11/22)

$15 / $23 NR

Active Living Every Day

Participants come together for one hour weekly sessions for 12 weeks of education and discussion to learn skills (i.e., identifying and overcoming barriers, setting goals, creating an action plan) needed to become more physically active. A variety of moderate and vigorous physical activities are discussed in the program, giving the background for individuals to make their personal decisions for the type and amount of exercise they want to do. Participants do their actual physical activity outside of the group setting. Recreation Center W 9/12 - 12/5 (No class 11/21) 11 am - 12 pm

Challenge Yourself Incentives 5 classes Water bottle 330100.01 7 classes Sunglasses $48 / $72 NR 9 classes Pedometer 11 classes WAWM RCS T-shirt 13 classes $5 off class coupon 15+ classes Featured Walker Proud Partner of (free adult exercise class, fanny WAWM RCS Department pack, social media post.)

$45 / $68 NR Club Membership $4 / $6 NR Daily drop in passes (pay at the door) Proud Sponsors of WAWM RCS Department Youth Sports Programs

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Forever Fit

During this class you will improve body composition, flexibility, strength and endurance. Emphasis is on sculpting the muscles of the arms, back, chest, abdominals, gluteals and legs. De-stress with a relaxing stretch at the end. Wear comfortable clothes and cross training shoes. Bring a water bottle. (Hand weights provided.) This non-aerobic workout is perfect for seniors or those needing a less-intense workout. Instructor: Erika Drilling

Recreation Center Tu 9/11 - 12/11 (No class 11/20) 9:15 - 10:15 am 308000.01 $52 / $78 NR

Senior Morning Stretch

Need an easier workout that does not involve aerobic exercise? This is your class. Stretch out and learn to help keep these muscles stretched out. Start your day off with a great stretch. Instructor: Betty Marr 308008.01 308008.02

Line Dance Fitness Class

Non-aerobic exercise that tones your entire body. Body ball, weights and exer-bands are provided. Cross training or aerobics shoes and a large towel or exercise mat are required. Instructor: Kay Farber, CPR certified. Recreation Center M 9/10 - 12/17 (No class 11/19) 6 - 7 pm 308500.01

W 9/12 - 12/19 (No class 11/21) 6 - 7 pm 308500.02 $56 / $84 NR

Come join us for some fun exercise and learn awesome line dances. You can Wobble, Slide, Hustle, Cha Cha, and Tush Push those calories away! No dance experience needed. You will learn these dances as we go. Energy, fun, a bottle of water and your tennis shoes are all you need! Come prepared to have a good time, laugh and love every minute of this cardio class. Instructor: Vicki Francolucci, certified in Group Fitness, Spin, Zumba & Stability Ball

Lane Intermediate Th 9/13 - 12/13 (No class 10/18, 11/22) 6 - 7 pm 308230.01 $48 / $72 NR

Walk With Ease Through Arthritis Pain

No matter if you need relief from arthritis pain or just want to be active, the Arthritis Foundation’s six class Walk With Ease program is for you. This class will teach you how to reduce the pain of arthritis and safely make physical activity part of your everyday life. Session I / II - Frank Lloyd Wright Outdoor Track (If weather is bad, we will move indoors.) Session I M/W 9/10 - 9/26 6:15 - 7:15 pm

Session II M/W 10/8 - 10/24 6:15 - 7:15 pm

308120.01 308120.02

Session III / IV - West Allis Central Session III M/W 10/29 - 11/14 6:15 - 7:15 pm Session IV M/W 11/26 - 12/12 6:15 - 7:15 pm

308120.03 308120.04

$10 / $15 NR includes book and pedometer. (Scholarships available, please contact Linda at gritl@wawmsd.org or Shelly at stram@wawmsd.org)

Adult Fitness

Recreation Center M 9 - 9:45 am 9/10 - 10/22 10/29 - 12/17 (No class 11/19) $21 / $32 NR

Total Stretch

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Chair Yoga For Seniors

Chair Yoga is designed to meet the specific needs of seniors and is structured to benefit everyone at any level of health and fitness. Class will include a combination of stretching and breathing exercises designed to relieve stress, calm the mind and increase mobility, balance and body awareness. The yoga poses used are adapted for seniors and are done either standing or seated. Chairs will be provided to keep everyone safe and supported. There is no need to bring a yoga mat. Instructor: Betty Marr Recreation Center W 9 - 9:45 am 9/12 - 10/24 10/31 - 12/19 (No class 11/21) Adult Fitness

$21 / $32 NR

308001.01 308001.02

Adult Fitness

Hatha Yoga

Relax and refresh your body, mind, and spirit while practicing Hatha style yoga. With an emphasis on proper alignment, you will be able to safely build a stronger core and increase flexibility and balance. ALL levels of experience welcome! Please bring your yoga mat. Instructor: Crystal Perry, RYT-200

Beginner Yoga

Yoga benefits are always being talked about. What are they? This beginner yoga class is not only for beginners but anyone seeking to deepen their knowledge of yoga postures and breathing techniques. Bring a mat, water bottle, and wear comfortable clothing. Instructor: Betty Marr Lane Intermediate Tu 6:30 - 7:15 pm 9/11 - 12/18 308110.01 (No class 10/9, 11/20) $39 / $59 NR

Hoover Elementary Tu 9/18 - 12/18 (No class 11/6, 11/20) 6 - 7:10 pm 308110.03 $52 / $78 NR

Check out our Young at Heart programs on page 25!

Yoga Right Now

Class will focus on the flow of vinyasa style yoga as well as the strength and focus of a Hatha practice. You will journey through Chair Yoga for Healing slower movements and progress This supportive class is designed for people dealing with chronic into a faster moving flow as you illness, injury or any other kind of physical limitations. Move through increase strength and comfort in gentle postures to enhance mobility with the support of a chair and other our poses and breath. All levels props. Special emphasis will be placed on breathing techniques welcome. Please bring a mat and strengthening the mind/body connection to tap into the body’s natural water bottle. ability to heal. A guided meditation will end each class. No mat Instructor: Helen Hubmann necessary - chair will be provided. Recreation Center Instructor: Susie Melott (RYT200) Tu 9/11 - 12/11 Recreation Center (No class 11/6, 11/20) Tu 10:30 - 11:15 am 6 - 7 pm 308110.02 9/11 - 10/23 308002.01 $48 / $72 NR 11/6 - 12/18 308002.02 $21 / $32 NR


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Adult Fitness Zumba Gold

Zumba is a high energy class combined with motivating music and unique moves that allows you to dance away your worries while getting a great overall body workout. Zumba fuses Latin and international music with dance themes creating an easy to follow energizing experience. Dress comfortably and wear athletic shoes.

Lane Intermediate M 9/10 - 12/10 (No class 10/29) 6 - 7 pm 308100.01 Instructor: Jill Farina

Zumba Gold Certified.

Recreation Center Th 8:45 - 9:30 am 9/13 - 10/18 10/25 - 12/6 (No class 11/22)

308101.01 308101.02

$18 / $27 NR

$48 / $ 72 NR

Recreation Center F 9/14 - 12/14 (No class 11/23) 5:30 - 6:30 pm 308100.04 Instructor: Candace Gorecki $52 / $78 NR

Any registered participant may bring a friend to class on the first day only by bringing in three non-perishable food items (such as peanut butter, canned fruit, canned vegetables, or any other healthy option.) If they want to register, they can contact the WAWM RCS Dept. to sign up!

Are you Ready to WERQ®? WERQ® is the fiercely fun dance fitness workout class based on pop, rock, and hip hop music taught by Certified Fitness professionals. The WERQ® warm up previews the dance steps used in class and the WERQ® cool down includes balance and yoga-inspired poses. Get ready to WERQ®! Instructor: Dana Peck Franklin Fieldhouse Tu 9/11 - 12/11 (No class 11/6, 11/20) 6 - 7 pm 308211.01

Franklin Fieldhouse Th 9/13 - 12/13 (No class 11/22) 6 - 7 pm 308100.03 Instructor: Joe Gorichanaz

*Special Offer*

WERQ®

Zumba Fitness Halloween Bash!

Zumba, door prizes & Fun! All proceeds will go to the WA-WM School District Sodexo Backpack program. More information coming in September at wawmrec.com, Facebook & adult fitness classes. Lane Intermediate F 10/12 6:30 - 8 pm 308102.01 $15 advanced fee $20 at the door

Adult Fitness

Franklin Fieldhouse W 9/12 - 12/12 (No class 11/21) 6 - 7 pm 308100.02 Instructor: Candace Gorecki

Don’t know Zumba steps? Want to take Zumba but think it is too hard even though you have not tried it? This is your class to join. Come learn the easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion, and coordination. Zumba Gold is a cardio exercise at a lower intensity. Come ready to sweat and prepare to leave empowered and feeling strong! Instructor: Jill Farina, Zumba &


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Group Cycling

Spin your way into FITNESS! Group cycling will help you burn calories, build strength and gain endurance. Your instructors will take you on a ride using varying pedaling speed and resistance through hills, sprints and drills all while listening to fun music. These indoor cycling classes are designed for all fitness levels. Bring a water bottle. Recreation Center

MaryAnn Batchelor Tu 9/11 - 12/11 (No class 11/20) 6:15 - 7:15 pm 308400.01 $52 / $78 NR Adult Fitness

Melissa Olenchek Sa 9/22 - 12/22 9 - 9:45 am $42 / $63 NR

Spin/Yoga Fusion

Perfect Balance

Tone muscles and build cardiovascular strength with a 30 minute indoor cycling class followed by a 30 minute stretch yoga class. A perfect blend for anyone who wants a full body workout in a new and fun way. Feel the benefits of both classes with instructors Melissa Olenchek and Susie Melott. Bring a water bottle and mat to class.

Get a full-body cardio, strength and stretch focused class in just 70 minutes. You’ll start with 30 minutes of high-energy cycling followed by 40 minutes of yoga to strengthen and lengthen your muscles. Instructors MaryAnn Batchelor and Helen Hubmann will lead you each week in a class you can’t wait to come back to. Bring water bottle and mat to class.

$60 / $90 NR

$56 / $84 NR

Recreation Center M 9/10 - 12/17 5:45 - 6:45 pm 308403.01

Recreation Center Th 9/13 - 12/13 (No class 11/22) 6 - 7:10 pm 308404.01

First time cyclists, please come 10 minutes early to first class to be shown how to adjust your bike. R.I.P.P.E.D.

308400.03

Mike Hanrahan Strength & Endurance Advanced spinners workout Hills, Sprints, Ladders & more to maximize conditioning. Towel is recommended. W 9/12 - 12/12 (No class 11/21) 6:30 - 7:30 pm 308400.02 $52 / $78 NR

Adult Fitness

Cardio Kickboxing

Come develop new skills and a strong core with instructor Joe Gorichanaz as you burn a ton of calories in this fierce but fun kickboxing class. Easy to follow combinations of upper body strikes, blocks and athletic drills make up this killer cardio workout.

Experience this total body “plateau-proof formula” workout utilizing resistance and cardio training. RIPPED combines Resistance, Intervals, Power, Plyometrics, Endurance, and Diet components to strengthen muscles and greatly improve the cardiovascular system in ways that are fun, safe, and effective. Go from unhealthy and unfit to healthy, strong, and energized! Modifications are given so all can participate. Mat and water bottle are recommended. Other equipment for class will be provided. Instructor: Karen Lawton

Franklin Fieldhouse

Recreation Center Tu 9/18 - 12/18 (No class 11/20) 6 - 7 pm 308600.01

$52 / $78 NR

$52 / $78 NR

M 9/10 - 12/10 (No class 11/19) 6 - 7 pm 308132.01

Th 9/20 - 12/20 (No class 11/22) 6 - 7 pm 308600.02


Adult Fitness

Crunch Time

Come work one ½ hour on your CORE (or middle section). Trim your middle section and increase your strength. Power packed exercises in 30 minutes. Instructor: Betty Marr

Lane Intermediate Tu 9/11 - 12/11 (No class 10/9, 11/20) 5:45 - 6:15 pm 308805.01 $24 / $36 NR

“Define” Butz, Gutz and Weights

If you want work on your CORE, ABS, ARMS and LOWER BODY, then “DEFINE” is your class. You will target those areas in class while having a great time. Instructors: Betty Marr / Vicki Francolucci Lane Intermediate Tu 9/11 - 12/11 (No class 10/9, 11/20) 6:30 - 7:30 pm 308800.01 $48 / $72 NR

Thriller Workshop

Franklin Fieldhouse Sa 10/27 12 - 2 pm 308204.01 $10 / $15 NR

Raqs Sharqi, or belly dance, as it is often called, is a cultural art form with its roots in ancient folkloric dance. Learn the basics of belly dancing while increasing strength, flexibility and improving posture. Great for any age, size, or fitness level. All are welcome in an encouraging environment that fosters a positive body image and increases self-esteem. Please wear clothing that is comfortable to move in and be prepared to dance in bare or stocking feet, or dance shoes. No prior dance experience necessary. Instructor: Zahra Sagira Recreation Center

Tu 6 - 7 pm 9/4 - 10/9 308202.01 10/23 - 12/11 308202.02 (No class 11/6, 11/20) $24 / $36 NR

Adult Fitness

Don’t let the title “scare” you, this is one fun workshop! Learn the original choreography from Thriller! No dance experience is necessary. We will break down every step. Zombie costuming is encouraged but not required! We will end the workshop with performing the whole dance! This is a one fun workshop! Instructor: Dana Peck

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Adult Table Tennis Instruction

Love to play ping pong? Come out of your basement rec room and learn how to play the sport of table tennis so that you can dominate at your next family party. Participants will be taught by USATT certified coaches in partnership with the Milwaukee Table Tennis Club. Some of the items that will be covered are: proper racket grip, forehand and backhand drives, spin, footwork, underspin push, rules and serving. Drills to improve stroke techniques will be used. Irving Elementary Tu 9/25 - 10/30 7 - 8:15 pm 307901.01 $25 / $38 NR

Adult Sports

Adult Sports

Please contact Dustin Smith at 604-4938 - smitdu@wawmsd.org for more information.

Pickleball

Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in America. Now is your chance to learn more about this up and coming sport. Pickleball is a racquet sport that combines elements of tennis, table tennis, and badminton. The court is smaller than a tennis court and therefore easier for adults to play than traditional tennis. The "racquet" is a paddle, and the ball looks like a wiffleball. Learn the basic rules, shots, and strategies of this fun sport. 3 weeks of instruction and 3 weeks of open play provided by Southridge Athletic Club. Lane Intermediate Tu 9/25 - 10/30 6:30 - 7:30 pm $25 / $38 NR

307105.01

Open Badminton and Pickleball

Open Badminton and Pickleball will take place on Monday evenings. All ages and abilities are welcome to participate. Equipment will be provided for those who need it. Lane Intermediate M 8/6 - 12/17 7:30 - 9:30 pm

Fee per night: $2 / $3 NR Dates for the winter session will be available after 9/1. Please be advised that cancellations may occur without notice due to school events.

Open Table Tennis

The Milwaukee Table Tennis Club offers open play every Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm and every Sunday from 1 to 4 pm at Irving Elementary. It is open to everyone for a nominal fee to be paid at the door. All ages and levels of play are welcome. WAWM RCS Department’s 45th Annual Alumni Basketball and Volleyball Tournaments

Calling all graduates from West Allis Central, Nathan Hale, West Milwaukee, or James E. Dottke, get your team together and enter the 2018 Alumni Men’s Basketball or Co-Ed Volleyball tournaments. You do not have to be a former player on your high school team. All graduates are invited to play. Players need to be a graduate of one of our district high schools. The dates for this year’s tournament are December 26th and 27th. The Men’s Basketball tournament will be comprised of three divisions. Division I will be made up of teams graduating from the same high school and year from 2008 - present. Division II will be made up of teams graduating from 2008 - 1998. Teams must be formed from the same high school and may combine two consecutive years in the 1998 - 2007 graduating classes. Division III, 1997 and earlier, teams may combine as many years as needed and will play a limited schedule. This years basketball tournament will be held at multiple locations throughout the district. $50/team. Co-Ed volleyball teams can combine high schools and years as needed to form a team.

If you are interested please contact Dustin Smith at smitdu@wawmsd.org or visit the adult sports page at wawmrec.com to receive registration information.

Congrats to our 2017 Champions Men’s Basketball Division 1 - Hale 2010 Men’s Basketball Division 2 - Hale 2005


Adult Sports Leagues

Please contact Dustin Smith at 604-4938 - smitdu@wawmsd.org for more information.

Fall Softball Leagues

Grab your glove, call your friends and enjoy a night of Men’s fall softball. 7 week leagues will take place at Thomson Field Tuesday or Thursday evenings. If rainouts occur during the season, games will be made up the following day. 4 week leagues will be hosted at Liberty Heights. Teams will play twice each week with one game on Monday and Wednesday. Rainouts will be added to the end of the schedule. Thomson Tuesdays - 7 week season Thursdays - 7 week season

Liberty Heights Mondays & Wednesdays - 4 week season $225 / $275 NR - Includes all player fees.

Deadline for returning team registration: Friday, August 3rd

New team registration begins: Monday, August 6th

Co-Ed Fall Kickball League

Remember when you were a kid and played kickball with your friends? Relive the fun by joining our kickball league! Not only is kickball enjoyed on the school playground, it’s also a competitive league game, like softball. The kickball season starts September 6th at the West Allis Athletic Complex. $120 / $171 NR

The WAWM RCS Department is looking for experienced adult sports officials for softball, volleyball, basketball and kickball. If you are interested please contact Dustin Smith at 604-4938 or smitdu@wawmsd.org to receive an application.

Men’s Fall Basketball League

Come and get your skills ready for the upcoming winter basketball season by joining us for a Fall Men’s Basketball League. The season will start September 25th and take place at Dottke School. This will be a 6 week league on Tuesday evenings. Team registration will begin Monday, August 6th. $300 / $350 NR

Free agents are individuals who have not been able to form a team of their own but are looking to participate. On occasion there are teams that are a person or two short, or there are individuals looking for a team to play on. That's where our free agent program comes in! If you are an individual looking for a team, contact Dustin Smith at smitdu@wawmsd.org or 604-4938 to register as a free agent. Your free agent contact information may be provided to teams that request it and it will also be made available at the manager’s meeting prior to the season. Joining the free agent list does not guarantee placement on a team.

Volleyball Leagues

The 2018 - 2019 Fall/Winter Volleyball Leagues will start the week of September 17th. Leagues will take place at Frank Lloyd Wright and Lane. Team registration will begin in August. Sign up for both sessions and receive a special discount. Mondays: FLW - Co-Ed League Wednesdays: FLW - Women’s A Wednesdays: FLW/ Lane - Women’s B Thursdays: FLW - Men’s

$450 / $550 NR (Both sessions) $235 / $285 NR (One session) *New this year!* Fee includes all player fees.* Deadline for returning team registration Friday, August 31st New team registration begins Tuesday, September 4th

Men’s Winter Basketball Leagues

The 2018 - 2019 Winter Men’s Basketball Leagues will start in December. Leagues will take place at Dottke Monday through Thursday evenings. Deadline for returning team registration: Friday, October 5th

New team registration begins: Monday, October 8th

Dottke School M, Tu, W, Th 6:15 - 10:15 pm $465 / $515 NR

Adult Sports

Leagues start the week of September 3rd

Adult Sports Free Agents

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Moving Beyond Garter Stitch

Looking to move past the basics of knitting? The Greater Milwaukee Knitting Guild will teach you to read your stitch pattern then add texture and variety to your projects. Advanced knitters will need to know how to knit and purl for the cowl project. Are you ready to spice up your knitting projects? Franklin Fieldhouse M 11/19 - 12/10 6 - 8 pm 306500.03 $30 / $45 NR

Adult Enrichment Knitting 101

The Greater Milwaukee Knitting Guild will show you the ins, outs and yarnovers of knitting. This class will be a great start for you. You will learn both knit and purl stitches. Various ways to cast on, bind off, increases and decreases will also be covered. Needles and yarn are included in the class fee. Franklin Fieldhouse M 9/10 - 10/1 6 - 8 pm 306500.01 $30 / $45 NR

Adult Enrichment

Franklin Fieldhouse Tu 10/23 6:30 - 8:30 pm 306004.02 $16 / $24 NR

Fall & Winter Essential Oils

Franklin Fieldhouse M 10/15 - 11/5 6 - 8 pm 306500.02

Oil & Acrylic Painting

Healthy Lifestyles with Essential Oils

Trying to go green or avoid unnecessary chemicals in your world? Jill Wessel will share the best essential oils that will help your health and also your environment. Pick up tips about which essentials oils not only help you feel good but also look good. Learn about which essential oils can help your health, can be added to your makeup and skin care and other oils that can help clean your environment of toxins. There’s really nothing, essential oils can’t do.

Not only are essential oils great smelling, but they are used in a variety of different ways from being your room’s air freshener to enhancing flavors in your cooking, not to mention their holistic benefits. Jill Wessel will share her secret recipes for diffusers, fall cooking and ways essential oils helps your pets. There will be a small take away of essential oils for you. Franklin Fieldhouse Tu 11/13 Franklin Fieldhouse 6:30 - 8:30 pm 306004.03 Tu 9/18 6:30 - 8:30 pm 306004.01 $16 / $24 NR $16 / $24 NR

Planning on having a new family addition any time soon? The Greater Milwaukee Knitting Guild will guide you in making a very personal gift for your little loved one. Advance your knitting skills by moving on to pattern reading, how to increase and decrease, make buttonholes and seaming while making a cute top down baby sweater.

$30 / $45 NR

Medicine Busters

Afraid of the dreaded flu season ahead? Instead of using Tylenol Flu or Theraflu to fight the flu, Jill Wessel will share the best essential oils that will help you naturally. Don’t be stuck relying on the over the counter drugs to stay healthy.

Basics of Making a Baby Sweater

Drawing skills not required. Learn to create form and illusions using techniques such as shading, highlighting, color contrast, stroke work, brush loading, etc. on actual projects. Drawings are used as a base of reference along with step by step instructions and demonstrations. This is a step by step program with instructor Evelyn Wessel. Students are responsible for supplies and surfaces. Approximate startup cost is $40. Supplies will be available to purchase at class. Recreation Center

W 9/19 - 11/14 6:30 - 9:30 pm F 9/21 - 11/16 9 am - 12 pm $45 / $68 NR

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Adult Enrichment

Acupuncture for Everything!

Nathan Hale Rm 167 W 9/26 6:30 - 8:30 pm 306049.01 $8 / $12 NR

14 Years & Up

Aikido is one of the best kept secrets in martial arts. This Japanese art of self-defense employs locks, throws, and holds utilizing the principle of nonresistance to cause an opponent’s momentum to work against them. Join Matthew Fanning, a district educator and a member of the Midwest Tomiki Aikido Yudanshakai, in learning the proper techniques of Aikido. There will be tumbling involved. Similar to other martial arts programs, Aikido is a ranking system and students can earn rank as they study this style of martial arts. Horace Mann Elementary Cafeteria Th I. 9/20 - 11/1 (No class 10/18) II. 11/8 - 12/20 (No class 11/22)

Adult Enrichment

Do you have back pain, sciatica, shoulder or neck pain, or suffer from headaches? Trouble sleeping or digestive issues? Hot flashes or hormonal issues? Want to feel more relaxed? Try acupuncture. It works! Acupuncture is the fastest Adult Golf Instruction growing healthcare method in Fore! Is that a common phrase in America and is a form of therapy that promotes natural healing of your golf game? No worries, the body. Acupuncture works professional golf instructor, Jim extremely well for pain relief and Rewolinski, will cover the improving digestive functions and fundamentals and then some to is also a drug-free therapy. help you shape your golf game for the upcoming season. Please bring According to the World Health Organization, acupuncture can your own clubs. The lesson plan successfully treat allergies, dental consists of trips to the golf range, a pain, menstrual cramps, tennis trip to the practice green and a trip elbow, fibromyalgia, low back to three practice holes at Deer pain, arthritis, and asthma. Haven Golf Club. Acupuncture can even help to Participants will be responsible combat addiction and depression. to purchase practice balls and pay Curious? Do you want to know practice green fees during lessons, more? Would you like to see a live additional costs may vary demonstration? If so, this depending on basket sizes. workshop is for you! Take a Minimize your “duff” shots by journey and explore the true joining us! For weather cancellations, please benefits of Acupuncture. Discussion to include how it call Deer Haven Golf Club at works, how will it help my 262-650-0760. conditions, are the needles safe, 19180 W. Cleveland Ave. what do the needles look like, does Adult Any Skill Level it hurt, how many treatments will I M 9/10 - 10/1 need, and is acupuncture covered 5:30 - 6:30 pm 307600.01 by health insurance. Come, sit back, and relax and listen to W 9/12 - 10/3 Monica A. Judge, L. Ac., MSOM, 5:30 - 6:30 pm 307600.02 BS Nutrition, about the $22 / $33 NR acupuncture phenomenon and how it can improve your quality of life.

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Beginner: No experience necessary 6:30 - 7:30 pm I 306304.01 II 306304.04 Intermediate: Green - Blue Belt 7:45 - 8:45 pm I 306304.02 II 306304.05 Advance: Brown - Black Belt 9 - 9:45 pm I 306304.03 II 306304.06 $30 / $45 NR


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Taming the High Cost of College

Adult Enrichment

Graduation is the happiest time for you and your family, don’t let the moment dim because of the fear of college costs. Brad Baldridge, College Funding Consultant, invites you to attend his workshop and discover how to send your children to college without going broke! You will learn: how some students attend an expensive private university for LESS, strategies to qualify for MORE need-based financial aid, the best tips when applying for financial aid, how to use tax strategies to SAVE on college, and the best ways to save money and win scholarships even if you do not qualify for need based aid. Come see for yourself how to save money, save time, and reduce stress when applying to and paying for college! Nathan Hale Rm 118 W 11/7 7 - 8:30 pm 306711.01 $10 / $15 NR

iPad/iPhone – Tips, Tricks & Techniques

This hands-on class is specific to Apple iPhone, iPad tablets and iPad Mini devices. C.T. Kruger will share some tips, tricks and techniques to navigate, organize, backup and add useful apps to your iPhone, iPad or iPad mini device. Nathan Hale, Room 118 M 10/22 6:30 - 8:30 pm 306100.01 $20 / $30 NR

Adult Enrichment The ABC’s of Medicare

Are you getting closer to the age of 65 and feel like you don't know a thing about Medicare? Join Marsha Kowalski as she explains Medicare A, B, C, D as well as many important issues you need to know about. Previous attendees have said "I am so glad I attended this class!". "Best thing I did when it came to understanding my choices for Medicare". "I really learned a lot at this seminar. The presenter gave me the facts I needed to know and cleared up the misconceptions many people have about Medicare choices/options." Nathan Hale Rm 118 Sa 10/20 9 - 10:30 am 306708.01 $20 / $30 NR

You Have Pictures In Your Cameras – Now What

We have hundreds - if not thousands - of pictures in our cameras, smartphones and computers. Now what…? C.T. Kruger will share techniques on how to save pictures from cameras and smartphones to your computer, to external devices and to “the Cloud.” He will cover how to organize your pictures, viewing pictures from any device, printing options, and how to archive your pictures for the decades to come. Nathan Hale, Room 118 M 10/29 6:30 - 8:30 pm 306100.02 $20 / $30 NR

Intelligent Investing for Retirement

Looking for a framework to manage your investments, such as in a 401K or IRA? Not sure what is in your portfolio? Many investors, concerned with safely growing their assets, spend time understanding the basics. Adam Ryback will share the fundamental principles of investing using the theories of Benjamin Graham, billionaire Warren Buffett’s mentor. We will use Benjamin Graham’s classic book, The Intelligent Investor, which Warren Buffett calls the best book on investing ever written, as a guide. Franklin Fieldhouse 6 - 7:30 pm Tu 10/9 306710.01 W 11/14 306710.02 $6 / $9 NR

The Camera in Your Smartphone

It’s a camera, it’s a photo album, it’s a television - it’s your phone. Learn about apps, tips, tricks and limitations for pictures and video from iPhone and Android smartphones and tablets. C.T. Kruger will cover your device’s camera, home and Cloud storage options, printing and more. Nathan Hale, Room 118 M 11/5 6:30 - 8:30 pm 306100.03 $20 / $30 NR


Adult Enrichment

All Cooking Classes are held at Nathan Hale - Room 167. Enter at the northeast doors by the cafeteria

“Fall Cooking” Series with Staci Joers

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Instructor Staci Joers has an Associate’s Degree from MATC in Restaurant and Hotel Cooking. She has had the privilege of working with many great chefs. Staci will demonstrate how to prepare these recipes and you will observe and sample. Classes are for ages 14 and up. A withdraw from these cooking classes needs to be done at least 72 hours prior to the scheduled class, or no refund will be granted. $25 / $38 NR per class

Balsamic Vinegar Workshop

Tu 9/11 6:30 - 8:30 pm

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Taco Tuesday!

Explore the world of tacos outside of “the Bell.” Staci Joers will share the history of the taco including how Mexican silver miners likely invented the taco, how Mexican Americans in the Southwest reinvented it and how businessman, Glen Bell, mass-marketed it to Anglo palates via the crunchy Taco Bell shell. The recipes for tonight will include some old and new delicious tacos that are sure to please. You will sample: Cuban Picadillo (fragrant stew of Ground Beef, Tomatoes and Olives) served on a crunchy taco with Avocados, Pabellon Criollo (Venezuelan Shredded Beef) with Black Beans and Rice and Plantains on soft shells and Chicken Tinga Tostadas. Tu 10/9 6:30 - 8:30 pm

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Chili is the perfect winter food. It’s a hearty and satisfying stew containing chili peppers, meat (usually beef), and often with tomatoes and beans. Usually, every family has their favorite, but Staci Joers is here to change that and introduce you to some “new classics,” plus a couple of side dishes to finish out the meal. The evening will include samples of Turkey Chili with Butternut Squash, Vegetarian Chili, Staci’s World Famous Beer-Laced Chili, Gluten-Free Cornbread and Super Creamy Cole Slaw (Hint – it’s made with heavy cream.) Tu 11/6 6:30 - 8:30 pm

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Fabulous Steakhouse-Style Holiday Get-Together

Steakhouses are great (particularly if someone else is paying) because you have the opportunity to indulge yourself in a borderline dangerous amount of beef in the classiest of surroundings. That’s only part of the story. The unsung heroes that make any steakhouse visit complete are the sides and desserts. Staci Joers has put together a full classic steakhouse menu for you to taste and to take home to impress your family and friends. It’s more intimate and fun to eat with family and friends at home and by staying home you can treat everyone to a great meal without a second mortgage. The tasting menu includes: Beef Wellington with Madiera Sauce, Hasselback Potatoes with Herbs, Creamed Peas and Flaming Cherries Jubilee with Ice Cream. Tu 12/11 6:30 - 8:30 pm

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Adult Enrichment

Made from grapes, balsamic vinegar is known for its rich flavor and velvety black color. It’s fermented in wooden barrels, much like wine, and the taste of balsamic vinegar intensifies the longer it is aged. Salads and breads are enhanced with balsamic vinegar as well as other delicious cooked meals. Tonight, Staci Joers, will lead you through a journey of the world of balsamic vinegar and you will sample some of her recipes that feature balsamic vinegar as the main ingredient. The tasting menu includes: Boston Lettuce with Tomato, Balsamic and Blue Cheese, Seared Sea Scallops with Balsamic Drizzle, Roasted Balsamic Cauliflower and Strawberries with Balsamic Vinegar.

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Adult Enrichment

Homemade Christmas Cards

‘Tis the season to be jolly and there is no better way to show others you care than homemade cards. Get a jump on the holidays and make twelve Christmas cards with Suzanne Boulton in one night! Make four cards each of three different designs for a total of twelve cards for those special people on your Christmas card list. All papers will be supplied. Supplies needed for this class: ruler, sharp paper cutting scissors and double-sided sticky tape (Tombo Mono Permanent Adhesive suggested). Don’t be the Grinch this season, show others you care with your creativity! Adult Enrichment

Lane Intermediate Cafeteria W 11/14 6 – 9 pm 306502.02 $48 / $72 NR

Tomatoes Salsa Fest

At the end of summer, tomatoes are delicious and plentiful — the perfect combination to put up jars of tomato sauce, tomato paste and whole tomatoes. In class under the guidance of Jeanine Becker, we’ll make one or two kinds of salsa while also realizing how great your winter soups and stews will taste with your own preserved summer tomatoes. Nathan Hale Room 167 W 9/12 6 - 7:30 pm 306001.01 $25 / $38 NR

Creative Card Making

Tired of paying high prices for store-bought cards? Explore making your own greeting cards. Create at least three cards each class exploring a different technique each week. Suzanne Boulton will share techniques such as rubber stamps, dry embossing, dies, alcohol inks, alcohol markers and embossing folders. All skill levels invited. All papers will be supplied each class. Supplies needed for every class: ruler, sharp paper cutting scissors and double-sided sticky tape (Tombo Mono Permanent Adhesive suggested). Who needs Hallmark, when you can do it yourself? Lane Intermediate Cafeteria W 10/10 – 11/7 (No Class 10/31) 6 – 8 pm 306502.01 $48 / $72 NR

Jammin’ for the Season

There’s nothing like sweet homemade jams. Jeanine Becker, Master Food Preserver certified and owner of Madam J’s Finger Jams and Jellies, will share her knowledge of jammin’. Learn how to preserve fruits of the season to enjoy in the dark days of winter. Nathan Hale Room 167 W 10/17 6 - 7:30 pm 306001.02 $25 / $38 NR

Did You Know?

Our health is not just driven by what happens in a doctor’s office, or by our habits and behaviors, but also by the conditions in which we live, grow, work and learn. Collectively these are referred to as social and environmental determinants of health, and include education, income, employment, family and social support, community safety, air and water quality and housing and transit. Monica A. Judge, L. Ac., Dipl. Ac., MSOM, BS Nutrition, will help you reach your health goals. Nathan Hale Room 167 M 9/17 6:30 - 8 pm 306051.01 Recreation Center Tu 10/9 10 - 11:30 am $8 / $12 NR

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Adult Trips

For more information contact Amanda Schwichtenberg at 604-4963 or schwictenberg@wawmsd.org

Exploring New Places, Meeting New People and Discovering Our Own Backyard!

Warrens Cranberry Festival

Did you know that the cranberry is Wisconsin’s state fruit? Join us as we celebrate one of the greatest festivals Wisconsin has to offer. Not so sure what’s so great about cranberries, join us for the day as we travel to Warrens to experience their 45th Annual Cranberry Festival. The festival has many offerings such as craft booths, contests, flea markets, marsh tours, food, demonstrations, and a farmers market. The coach bus will depart from Nathan Hale Commons (West Entrance) at 8 am and will return to Nathan Hale at approximately 8:30 pm. A continental breakfast will be served at 7:30 am.

$30 per person

Are you up for an adventure? Allow us to plan your trip! You will not know where we are going but we will have your travel itinerary and your experience planned for you. What could the Mystery be? Could it be a city? A festival? A Museum? A tour? Who knows but it will be a good time. We will travel by bus to wherever the Mystery is located. The bus will depart Nathan Hale at 9 am and return to Nathan Hale at approximately ???? Are you ready to solve the Mystery?

Day Trip to Door County

Enjoy scenic Wisconsin as we venture to the beloved Door County for a day of Fall celebration. We will travel to Sister Bay in Door County by coach bus to join in their festivities of Sister Bay Fall Fest. While enjoying the festival you can tour local shops for one of a kind finds and restaurants to satisfy your taste buds. Nathan Hale Commons (West Entrance) Sa 10/13 8 am - 9 pm 320008.01 $35 per person

Nathan Hale Commons (West Entrance) Sa 11/10 320007.01 $30 per person

Chicago Shopping Trip

Come see the holiday sights that Chicago has to offer along the Magnificent Mile. If you don’t wish to shop, the theatre district is not far from our drop-off point so you can see a show or you can hop on a train and travel to the Museum of Science and Industry and see their exhibits. A continental breakfast will be served at 7:30 am. The trip departs from Nathan Hale Commons (West Entrance) at 8 am and departs Chicago at 8 pm arriving at Nathan Hale at approximately 9:30 pm. Transportation is by deluxe motor coach. Sa

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A parent or guardian must accompany anyone under 18 years of age. Reservations are based on a first come, first served basis, with all reservations being final. If you cannot attend the trip, you may find someone else to take your place on the trip, but the trip is non-refundable.

Adult Trips

Nathan Hale (West Entrance) Sa 9/29 320005.01 8 am - 8:30 pm (Approximate)

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Community Organizations

Suburban Singers

West Allis Players Presents

Community

“Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”

The West Allis Players Community Theater will begin its 49th season with the Tennessee Williams’ drama, “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.” This play was one of Williams’ favorites among all his works and won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1955. “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” is set on a Southern plantation of some wealth and ruled by the iron fist of patriarch Big Daddy. The family – Big Mama, son Gooper and wife Mae, and son Brick and his wife Maggie – are gathered to celebrate Big Daddy’s birthday. Secrets are revealed throughout the evening. Human frailties are exposed and emotional strengths are tested. “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” ran on Broadway in 1955 with many revivals. This powerful story is NOT to be missed! This play may not be appropriate for young children. For complete details on this and all West Allis Players’ shows, visit our website: westallisplayers.org. Our show dates are: 7:30 pm October 5, 6, 12, 13 and 2 pm on October 14. We accept cash, checks and credit cards at the door! Tickets are $15 for adults, $13 for seniors and students.

The Suburban Concert Band

The Suburban Concert Band and Swing Street Big Band are in their 35th season of performing beautiful music. The band is composed of both professional and amateur musicians from West Allis and the surrounding greater Milwaukee area. We rehearse at Nathan Hale High School on Thursday evenings from 7 pm- 8:30 pm. (Big Band rehearses from 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm) from September thru May. We perform on average 8-10 times per year, including both formal concerts and community events. We welcome high school, college and adult musicians and from all communities throughout Southeastern Wisconsin. Please visit our website, suburbanbands.com, for our Fall and Winter concert schedule.

Love to sing? Join the Suburban Singers for their 2018 fall semester! The Suburban Singers are an adult mixed choral group that performs 3 – 6 times per calendar year with formal concerts in December and May. The group is comprised of West Allis residents and non-residents alike. Directed by Patricia Eby, the Suburban Singers perform a wide variety of music, including classical and contemporary choral works, pop favorites, Broadway show tunes, standards, and traditional folk tunes. Interested singers are welcome to meet the choir and learn more about membership at open rehearsals on Tuesday, September 11 from 7 – 9 pm and/or Tuesday, September 18 from 7 – 9 pm at West Allis Central High School. The choir rehearses regularly on Tuesdays from 7 – 9 pm at West Allis Central. Male singers are particularly encouraged to join! Membership fees for the 2018-19 season are $35 / $53 NR per semester, or $60 / $90 NR for the year. Email thesuburbansingers@gmail.com for additional information. Share your passion for singing with the Suburban Singers this fall!

West Allis West Milwaukee Sinfonia

West Allis-West Milwaukee Sinfonia is a new orchestra for string players in high school and college and beyond, who have prior experience playing violin, viola, cello, or bass. The ensemble will rehearse at West Milwaukee Intermediate starting Thursday, September 20-December 20, 7:30-9:30 pm and will perform one formal concert per semester with additional community events scheduled as needed. A variety of music from classical to pop/modern will be performed. Musicians should indicate primary and secondary string instruments when they register for the WAWM Sinfonia. Membership fees for the 2018-19 season are $35 / $53 NR per semester, or $60 / $90 NR for the year. We welcome string players from all communities in Southeastern Wisconsin. Email WAWM Sinfonia Director, Mary Pat Michels michm@wawmsd.org for additional information or to help recruit new members.


Community Resources

ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES

We invite you to advertise your business in our activity guide. Our activity guide is sent out three times per year to over 47,000 homes in West Allis, West Milwaukee and surrounding communities. We also reach many others via online access to our activity guide. Prices per issue are listed below: Business Card $25

Quarter Page $50

Half Page $100

Full Page $200

Please contact Shelly Strasser for more information at stram@wawmsd.org or call 604-4937.

Rental Space Available

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Are you looking for the perfect space for your athletic event, theatre performance, birthday party, shower, meeting or special event? Our district offers state of the art facilities along with professional customer service to suit most events. Please contact Dustin Smith at smitdu@wawmsd.org or 604-4938 for availability and pricing. You can also download a facility usage request form and our district facility use guidelines by visiting www.wawmrec.com and clicking on the facility rentals tab.

Now Accepting Applications for Part Time Employment Application is available online at www.wawmrec.com 604-4900

WA Athletic Complex

GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE

Looking for a GREAT Gift Idea?

Give the unique gift of Fun, Fitness, Adventure, Learning and so much more! Gift Certificates can be purchased at the Recreation Department for any denomination. They don’t expire and can be redeemed at our office or online. (purchases only with cash or credit card)

Prevent youth substance abuse - Talk early, talk often. Go to the Coalition’s website to • Check out the Talk To brochure • Sign the Family Pledge • Find resources and more information www.wawmcc.org You CAN make a difference.

Superintendent of Schools Martin G. Lexmond, Ed.D. Board of Education

Dan Bailey Brian Keller Stephanie Emons Christine Klug Heather Justham Noah Leigh

Gary Schultz Jeff Sikich Bill Ustruck

Community

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Weather Cancellations

General Program Information

For weather related cancellations, please call our weather hotline at 604-4900, press 2. You can also visit our website at www.wawmrec.com, Twitter or Facebook for weather updates.

Program Locations

Site Address Administration Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1205 S. 70th Street Central High . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8516 W. Lincoln Ave. No Smoking/Alcohol or Facsimiles Dottke High . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7815 W. Lapham Ave. FL Wright Intermediate . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9501 W. Cleveland Ave. The use of all tobacco products and facsimiles or drinking alcoholic Franklin Elementary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2060 S. 86 Street beverages on premises owned by the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District is prohibited by state law. Your cooperation in upholding this law Franklin Fieldhouse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1964 S. 86 Street Horace Mann Elementary . . . . . . . . . . . .6213 W. Lapham Street is necessary. Hoover Elementary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12705 W. Euclid Ave. Irving Elementary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10230 W. Grant Street Accident Insurance Jefferson Elementary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7229 W. Becher Street The RCS Department does not provide hospital/medical insurance for Lane Intermediate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1300 S. 109th Street people participating in sponsored activities. The Board of Education, Longfellow Elementary . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2211 S. 60 Street School District of West Allis-West Milwaukee, et al does not provide Madison Elementary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1117 S. 104 Street hospital/medical coverage for RCS Department activities. Participants are Mitchell Elementary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10125 W. Montana Ave. Nathan Hale High . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11601 W. Lincoln Ave. encouraged to obtain their own medical insurance. Pershing Elementary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1330 S. 47 Street Resident/Non-Resident Fee Policy Recreation Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2450 S. 68 Street Walker Elementary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .900 S. 119 Street Resident status includes individuals living in the West Allis-West West Milwaukee Intermediate . . . . . . . .5104 W. Greenfield Ave. Milwaukee School District and all students enrolled in a West Allis-West Wilson Elementary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8710 W. Orchard Street Milwaukee public school. Residency is determined by where the

participant resides, not where the person paying resides.

Be Our Guest Senior Citizen Pass

Registration

Senior Citizen passes are available for West Allis-West Milwaukee School District residents who are at least 60 years of age.  This pass is a small “Thank You” to our senior citizens who have provided tremendous support for our schools.  The pass entitles the holder and a companion to be admitted, without charge, to all athletic events (except WIAA tournament games) and school drama productions. Get your pass at the WAWM RCS Department today!

Fields/Athletic Complexes Dorow Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2450 S. 68 Street Franklin Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1964 S. 86 Street Klentz Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2601 S. 72 Street Liberty Heights Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1540 S. 62 Street Reservoir Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1725 S. 96 Street West Allis Athletic Complex . . . . . . . . . . .2606 S. 117 Street (WAAC) (117th & W. Cleveland Ave)

Class Sizes

All programs have a minimum/maximum enrollment number. If we do not meet our minimum requirement, classes may be cancelled with refunds issued or you may transfer to a different class. If a program is full you will be notified and you will be issued a full refund or credit. Upon notification you can be added on a waiting list where in the event of a cancellation or new class creation, you will be notified.

Waiting Lists

The RCS Department will make every effort to accommodate individuals on waiting lists. If an opening becomes available you will contacted by telephone.

Photography Policy

The RCS Department occasionally uses photos of participants for promotional purposes. By registering for the program you have granted us permission to use your photograph for promotional purposes unless otherwise noted.

Child Care

Child care is not provided for adult programs. Children are not permitted to attend adult programs without supervision of another adult who is not actively participating in the program.

Confirmation Notices

Your receipt is your confirmation. You will not receive additional confirmation of program registration. Please provide an email address for receipt to be sent or if you prefer to have it US mailed, you will need to include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your registration. Transfer requests will be honored up until one week prior to the start of class if openings exist.

Activity Guide

Activity Guides can be viewed at www.wawmrec.com, at each of the district schools’ office, Health Department, Library, City Hall & West Milwaukee Village Hall. The RCS Department publishes 3 activity guides per year which are mailed to WA-WM District residents. The Fall activity guide is mailed early August, the Winter/Spring activity guide is mailed early December and the Summer activity guide is mailed early April.


5 Easy Ways to Register

If you are new to online registration, we welcome you to log on to www.wawmrec.com, click on “Create An Account.” Your resident status will be verified and your log in information will be e-mailed to you. Returning customers log in & click “Registration.” Enter your user name and password.

Resident Registration Online Mail In Drop Box

*There are no fees for registering online.

The Recreation & Community Services Office is located at 1205 S. 70th Street West Allis, WI 53214 604-4900 www.wawmrec.com Satisfaction Matters “We strive to deliver high quality programs. If you are not satisfied, we want to hear from you” wawmrec@wawmsd.org or call 604-4925

Begins August 6

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Begins August 13

There will be a service charge of $15 assessed for all checks returned

Non-Resident Registration Begins August 20

All Non-Resident registration received prior to August 20 will be processed on August 20 in the order it was received.

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Our office will be closed the following dates: September 3, November 22, 23 December 24, 25, 31, January 1

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Registration

Call 604-4900, press “0” to charge by phone using VISA, MasterCard or Discover. Office hours are Monday - Friday, 8 am to 5 pm

Credit / Refund Policy

The policy of the WAWM RCS is to credit/refund registration fees only under the following circumstances: 1. A refund request form must be completed. 2. 2 business days or more prior to the start of a class a full refund will be given minus 20% service fee for a refund check & 10% service fee for refund via credit card 3. To avoid a service fee, class/program fee can be credited to your account for future use. 4. Less than 2 business days prior to the start of a class/ program, but prior to the start of second half, 50% refund will be given. 5. After the first half of the class has passed, no refunds will be given. 6. A full refund will be given when the WAWM RCS Department cancels a class. 7. Separate refund policies apply below. Please call 604-4900 for further information. 7a. Adult sports: 50% refund will be given prior to the schedules being printed. No refunds will be given after that occurs. 7b. Trips: Refunds will be given only if a participant on the waitlist fills your spot. Reservations are transferable and may be given to another person if you cannot attend trip. 7c. Non-School Day Camps: Refunds will not be available once program has started, if absent due to illness please call ahead and a credit may be offered. 7d. Action Programs: Refunds will not be available after the 8th week of the semester.

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2018 - 2019 AM Action Program Registration Form - Elementary

AM Action (School) Location Child Attends __________________________________________ 1 Male

Date child will begin AM Action _________________________ (1 business day wait before attending)

1 Female

Student’s Name ______________________________________________ Date of Birth _______________ Grade ___________ (First) (Last) Address _________________________________City_________________________ Zip___________________ Name of Person Paying ___________________________________________________________________

Home Phone _________________________ Work Phone ________________________ Cell Phone _______________________ Email ______________________________________________

YES, Please sign me up for the Monthly E-Newsletter

$200 yearly program fee per child. For installment billing, a $40 deposit per household will be required at the time of enrollment. Registration

qFull pay - Payment due at the time of registration qBi-weekly installment bills (16 bills) qMonthly installment bills (8 bills) Make checks payable to the WA-WM Recreation Department

qCheck qCash qCredit Card** **Credit Card Online, In House or by Phone

Enrollment & Emergency Information

Days Attending (please circle) Mon Tue   Wed   Thurs Fri

Usual Time of Drop Off _______________

Program starts at 7:00 am

*All Children will need to be checked in by an adult.*

Allergies or Medical Concerns ___________________________________________________________________

In the event of an illness or emergency, we will always attempt to contact the parent listed below first. If the parent cannot be reached, please indicate who we have permission to contact in order of preference. Parent Name ______________________________________ Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work Name ____________________________________________Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work Name ____________________________________________Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work

The signature of a parent/guardian is required for youth registration. I, the undersigned or parent/guardian of the individual(s) named above, do hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District and its employees, officers and agents from and against any and all liability resulting from participation in the activities listed below. I understand that the program(s) in which I am enrolling, like all activity programs, has some inherent risk, for which I agree to assume the liability, Furthermore, the individual named herein are in good physical health appropriate for the activities in which they will be participating. I understand that the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District does not provide accident insurance. Signature (parent/guardian of minors listed above) _________________________________________________________


2018 - 2019 Action 330 Program Registration Form - Elementary School Action 330 (School) Location Child Attends __________________________________________ 1 Male

Date child will begin Action 330 _________________________ (1 business day wait before attending)

1 Female

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Student’s Name ______________________________________________ Date of Birth_______________ Grade___________ (First) (Last) Address _________________________________City_________________________ Zip___________________ Name of Person Paying ______________________________________________ Phone_______________________ Email ____________________________________________

YES, Please sign me up for the Monthly E-Newsletter

qFull pay - Payment due at the time of registration qBi-weekly installment bills (16 bills) qMonthly installment bills (8 bills)

qCheck

$250 yearly program fee per child. For installment billing, a $40 deposit per household will be required at the time of enrollment.

Make checks payable to the WA-WM Recreation Department

qCash

qCredit Card**

**Credit Card Online, In House or by Phone

Enrollment & Emergency Information

Days Attending (please circle) Mon Tue   Wed   Thurs Fri

Usual Time of Pick Up _______________

Program ends @ 5:30pm

Allergies or Medical Concerns ___________________________________________________________________

Parent Name ______________________________________ Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work Name ____________________________________________Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work Name ____________________________________________Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work

Pick Up Information

It is the responsibility of the parent to notify staff of who will be picking up, and if any changes are being made. Indicate the people that are authorized to pick up your child. Students enrolled in Action 330 are not able to sign themselves out. Name ____________________________________________Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work Name ____________________________________________Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work Name ____________________________________________Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work Name ____________________________________________Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work Name ____________________________________________Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work

The signature of a parent/guardian is required for youth registration. I, the undersigned or parent/guardian of the individual(s) named above, do hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District and its employees, officers and agents from and against any and all liability resulting from participation in the activities listed below. I understand that the program(s) in which I am enrolling, like all activity programs, has some inherent risk, for which I agree to assume the liability, Furthermore, the individual named herein are in good physical health appropriate for the activities in which they will be participating. I understand that the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District does not provide accident insurance. Signature (parent/guardian of minors listed above) _________________________________________________________

Registration

In the event of an illness or emergency, we will always attempt to contact the parent listed below first. If the parent cannot be reached, please indicate who we have permission to contact in order of preference.


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2018 - 2019 Action 300 Program Registration Form - Intermediate School

Action 300 (School) Location Child Attends __________________________________________ 1 Male

Date child will begin Action 300 _________________________ (1 business day wait before attending)

1 Female

Student’s Name ______________________________________________ Date of Birth_______________ Grade___________ (First) (Last) Address _________________________________City_________________________ Zip___________________ Name of Person Paying ______________________________________________ Phone_______________________ Email ____________________________________________

qFull pay - Payment due at the time of registration qBi-weekly installment bills (16 bills) qMonthly installment bills (8 bills)

YES, Please sign me up for the Monthly E-Newsletter

$250 yearly program fee per child. For installment billing, a $40 deposit per household will be required at the time of enrollment.

Make checks payable to the WA-WM Recreation Department

qCheck qCash qCredit Card** **Credit Card Online, In House or by Phone

Enrollment & Emergency Information

Days Attending (please circle) Mon Tue   Wed   Thurs Fri

Usual Time of Pick Up _______________

Program ends @ 5:30 pm

Allergies or Medical Concerns ___________________________________________________________________

Registration

In the event of an illness or emergency, we will always attempt to contact the parent listed below first. If the parent cannot be reached, please indicate who we have permission to contact in order of preference. Parent Name ______________________________________ Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work Name ____________________________________________Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work Name ____________________________________________Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work

Pick Up Information

It is the responsibility of the parent to notify staff of who will be picking up, and if any changes are being made. Indicate the people that are authorized to pick up your child. q If my child does not attend Action 300 on the days indicated and was in school please contact me.

q My child has permission to attend Action 300 as they wish. You do not need to contact me if they do not attend. q My child has permission to leave Action 300 and walk home q At any time OR q at___________pm

q My child will be picked up by ______________________________________________________________

Name ____________________________________________ Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work Name ____________________________________________ Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work Name ____________________________________________ Phone Number _______________________ Home / Cell / Work

The signature of a parent/guardian is required for youth registration. I, the undersigned or parent/guardian of the individual(s) named above, do hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District and its employees, officers and agents from and against any and all liability resulting from participation in the activities listed below. I understand that the program(s) in which I am enrolling, like all activity programs, has some inherent risk, for which I agree to assume the liability, Furthermore, the individual named herein are in good physical health appropriate for the activities in which they will be participating. I understand that the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District does not provide accident insurance. Signature (parent/guardian of minors listed above) _________________________________________________________


q Myself

q Spouse

q Parent/Guardian

q Other_______________________________

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Youth Size:

6-8

10-12

14-16

Adult size:

S

M

L

XL

XXL

Birth Date “18-19“ M / F Required Grade M/D/Y

If program includes a T-shirt as part of registration fee, participants T-shirt sizes available: Please circle one:

Participants Name (First, MI, Last)

q check

q cash

Alternate:

Alternate:

*Online or Call-In

Fee

XXL

Total $____________

$ 1st Choice:

q Credit Card*

$

Alternate: 1st Choice:

$

XL

$

Make check payable to: WA-WM RCS Department

Registration #

L

1st Choice:

Alternate:

1st Choice:

Class Name

Name _________________________________ Phone Number _____________________ League _________________________ T-Shirt Size: Adult M

Please indicate if interested in coaching youth sports:

Signature (Participating adult or parent/guardian of minors listed below):_________________________________________________________________

Liability & Photo Permission Statement: Each adult participant must sign below.  The signature of a parent/guardian is required for youth registration. I, the undersigned or parent/guardian of the individual(s) named below, do hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District and its employees, officers and agents from and against any and all liability resulting from participation in the activities listed below. I understand that the program(s) in which I am enrolling, like all activity programs, has some inherent risk, for which I agree to assume the liability. Furthermore, the individuals named herein are in good physical health appropriate for the activities in which they will be participating. I understand that the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District does not provide accident insurance.

Emergency Name & Phone ________________________________________________________ Relationship to registrant(s) ____________________________________

YES, Please sign me up for the monthly E-Newsletter !

School child attends (required):_________________________________________ Home Phone of enrollee if different from person paying _______________________

Home Phone:____________________ Work Phone ____________________ Cell Phone:__________________ Email ____________________________________________

Name of Person Paying ________________________________________Address _______________________________City ______________________ Zip ____________

Please indicate your relationship to registrant/s

General Recreation Classes ~ Please print clearly.


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West Allis-West Milwaukee Recreation and Community Services Mission Statement The West Allis-West Milwaukee Recreation and Community Services Department provides recreational experiences and learning opportunities that serve our community.

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