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Lakeville CE Winter Spring 2020

Lakeville Community Education Winter Spring Catalog 2020

Winter & Spring 2020

Programs and Classes for All Ages

Adult Enrichment • Adult Basic Education • Youth, Middle & High School Enrichment
Gymnastics • Aquatics • Early Childhood Family Education • Small Wonders Preschool

Wonder Zone • Kid Zone


Celebrating 50 Years of Community Education in Minnesota.
Serving the Lakeville Area Community since 1972. | 952-232-2150

Early Childhood Family Education • Early Childhood Screening
Small Wonders Preschool • Wonder Zone • Kid Zone • Summer Adventures
Aquatics & Safety • Youth Enrichment • Youth Service and Devolpment • Performing Arts
Adult Enrichment • Adult Basic Education • Adults with Disabilities • Facility Use

Adult Basic Education...............................18-19 Independent School District 194 CONTENTS
Board of Education
Adult Enrichment........................................4-17
Cooking, 10-11 Zach Duckworth, Chair Lynn Gorski, Director
Hobbies & Creative Arts, 4-6 Kathy Lewis, Vice-Chair Terry Lind, Director
Fitness & Health, 13-16
Martial Arts, 22 Judy Keliher, Clerk Superintendent
Money Matters, 6-7 Bob Erickson, Treasurer Michael Baumann
Personal Development, 8-9
Special Interests, 6 Thank you to Our Advertisers!

Aquatics & Safety.......................................40-44 Lakeville Arenas TYhoaun! k
Certification Classes, 44 Lakeville Chamber of Commerce
Open Swim, 41 Lakeville Fast Pitch
Swim Lessons, 40-41 Lakeville Works
Swim Lesson Schedule, 42-43 Salvo Soccer Club
Teachers on Call
Building Key & Locations............................... 73
Benefits of Advertising with Us!
Community Education Directory.................. 72 The Community Education catalog is a major
source for Lakeville Area School District
Early Childhood Family Ed........................45-54 residents to access information on programs,
Birth to 5 Classes, 50 activities and resources for babies through
ECFE Information, 45-46 seniors. Please call 952-232-2170 for more
Evening Classes, 51 information!
Family School, 49
Infant & Toddler Classes, 47-48 Para preguntas en español, llame a:
Stepping Stones, 49 952-232-3063 or 952-232-2067

Early Childhood Screening, 54 Haddii aad su,aal qabtid fadlan soo wac
layankan Somalihaah: 952-232-3066
Facility Scheduling, 72 ISD194 School Success Liaisons

Cheerleading, 24 African American: Regina Smith, 612-440 8828,
[email protected]
Kid Zone School Age Care, 68-70
American Indian: Margaret Wolf, 952-232-5044,
Middle & High School Programs..............25-28 [email protected]
ACE, 25
Somalia: Huda Ali: 952-232-3066,
Registration Information, 74-75 [email protected]
Spanish: Hugo Muñoz: 952-232-3063,
River Valley Project Explore, 21
[email protected] and
Small Wonders Preschool, 55-63 Cassandra Fernandez De Castro, 952-232-2075,
Academy, 59
Preschool Enrichment Classes, 62-63 [email protected]

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Youth Enrichment......................................22-33 This catalog is
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Before & After School Programs, 34-37
K-12 Cheerleading, 24
Gymnastics, 38-39
Martial Arts, 22
Middle & High School Classes, 25-28
Youth Enrichment, 29-33


ADULT ENRICHMENTBarn Quilt Painting Emotions + Essential Oils

Join us for a fun night out painting Monogram Wood Serving A new year is here. But life is still
a stunning Barn Quilt to add some Tray and Etched Wine life, and we all still need loads of
color to your shed, garage or walls! Glass emotional support however we can
The 16” x 16” wood quilt patterns get it, especially during the long
are part of our Design by Line winter. Join us as I share how we can
projects and are perfect for all skill walk through life using essential oils
levels. Each piece has the design to support emotional balance.
etched into the wood, so all you
need to do is paint within the lines. #602-004 Thur., Feb. 13
4 designs are available, and you will 6:30-7:30 pm CLC, Studio 2
select from over 50 colors of paint
the night of the event. (This project After this class you will be ready to $10/1 session
is constructed with weatherproof entertain in style! This 11” x 24”
material; however, it must be treated pallet style wood tray is ready for you Spring Cleaning Without
with a sealant after painting). to customize with your family name! the Toxins
Several options of wood stain and
#602-000 Tues., April 28 paint colors will be available to match You and your family deserve to live
6:00-8:30 pm KTMS, Room 101 to your home décor. You will also in a home that is safe for you all.
etch 2 monogram wine glasses. We Together we’re going to learn how
$49/1 session will take you through the process step to kick toxic chemicals out of your
by step-no experience is needed! All home! Join us as we share the facts,
supplies are included. dispel myths, and walk you through
step by step to give easy, simple and
#602-001 Thur., Feb. 20 affordable steps that anyone can take
6:30-8:30 pm LSHS, A101 FACS for spring cleaning with the best
$59/1 session essential oils on the planet. It’s time
to take control of the yuck in your
Glass Mosaic Sign or Winter Wellness With home and kick it to the curb! Walk
Picture Frame Essential Oils away with an all-purpose cleaner
made from essential oils that you can
Create a beautiful photo frame Nobody wants to have a red nose, use throughout your home!
to highlight your special photos. scratchy throat, or feel rundown
Sign ideas include welcome, house through the winter season. Join us #602-005 Thur., March 19
numbers, state of MN, flowers. All to learn all natural tips, ideas and 6:30-7:30 pm CLC, Studio 2
the cutting is already done, we just recipes using essential oils and natural
need you and your creativity (or products for boosting your immune $15/1 session
you can use one of our patterns). system and thriving through winter!
Both projects are wonderful for Make your own breathe-easy roller or Self-Publishing
home decorations or to give as gifts. stay well roller to take home, along
On night one, you will design your with a guidebook to start using right Join Jim Keopke, the founder of the
project and attach the glass pieces. away! Bloomington Writer’s Festival, as
On night two, prepare to get messy he leads you through the process of
as we grout our projects. #602-003 Thur., Jan. 23 self-publishing. You will discover
6:30-7:30 pm CLC, Studio 2 the why and how of self-publishing,
starting with the basic setup of a
#602-002 Mon, May 4 & 11 $19/ 1 session manuscript and move on to editing,
6:00-9:00 pm KTMS, Room 101 cover design and marketing. Walk
away feeling confident in the basic
$39 + $14-20 materials fee principles of self-publishing and
begin the process of publishing your

Find us on #602-015 Tue., Jan. 28
6:00-7:00 pm CLC, Studio 2
Facebook $35/1 session


Photo Organization - Print ADULT ENRICHMENT
& Digital

Having organized photos assures Chords are Key for Guitar
peace of mind. Learn about a
system to once and for all get every Have you ever wanted to learn the guitar but simply find it difficult to find
printed photo, digital photo and the time? In just a few hours you can learn enough about playing the guitar
your memorabilia organized. Learn to give you years of musical enjoyment, and you won’t have to take private
about scanning for slides, movies, lessons to do it. This crash course will teach you some basic chords and get
prints.... backing up, cloud storage & you playing along with your favorite songs right away. Bring your acoustic
scanners. We will also demonstrate guitar. Class limited to 15 students. For ages 13+. For more information, go
easy ways to repair old photos. You’ll to Fee includes an online book and online instructional
leave with a plan for a system that videos.
allows you to access every photo you
own in literally seconds!

#602-006 Tue., Feb. 18
6:30-8:30 pm MMS, Lecture Hall
$15/1 session

#602-106 Thurs. April 23
6:30-8:30 pm MMS, Lecture Hall
#602-007 Mon., Jan. 27 6:30-9:00 pm
$15/1 session KTMS, Choir Room $59/1 session

Instructor: Charles Wilson

Instant Piano for Hopelessly Busy People

Some music teachers may not want you to know this, but you don’t need years
of weekly lessons to learn piano. In just a few hours, you can learn enough
secrets of the trade to give you years of musical enjoyment. How do we do it?
While regular piano teachers teach note reading, piano professionals use chords.
And you can learn all the chords you’ll need to play any song in this one
session. Any song. Any style. Any key. If you can find middle C and know
the meaning of Every Good Boy Does Fine, you already know enough to enroll
in this workshop. Fee includes an online book and online video instruction.

#602-008 Mon., April 20 6:30-9:30 pm
KTMS, Choir Room $59/1 session

Instructor: Jim Anderson

CPR/AED and Wilderness First Aid Training
(Ages 14-Adult)
Join us for a CPR/AED and Wilderness First Aid training combination class.

Saturday morning will start with the CPR/AED program and gives you the knowledge and skills
necessary to recognize and provide basic care for breathing emergencies until advanced medical
personnel arrive and take over.

The rest of the weekend will involve the Red Cross Wilderness and Remote First Aid training.
Its purpose is to provide individuals a foundation of first aid knowledge and skills to be able to
respond to emergencies and give care in areas that do not have immediate emergency medical
services response, such as wilderness and remote environments. In this training, you will also
develop leadership skills and learn how to help prevent, plan for, and respond to emergencies.

#602-016 Sat.- Sun., Jan. 11 & 12
Sat.: 9:00 am-8:30 pm Sun.: 1:00 pm- 8:30 pm
CLC, Studio 1
$199/2 sessions, and certifications
Registration Information Page 75

ADULT ENRICHMENTCooking Skills of Special Imteresr
Yesteryear at Dakota City

Learn to cook on a wood fired Get to Know Your Muslim Neighbor
stove in our 125-year-old historic
farmhouse as you make and eat a Join other community members for an evening of open conversation,
rustic meal of beef stew, biscuits with questions and learning. Start your evening with a light dinner, provided
butter, lemonade and dessert. at no cost to you, as we start to get to know a little bit more about
Muslim culture and beliefs. Explore this culture in an open, safe and
#602-009 Sat., May 2 educational environment. This face to face class will allow you to learn
9 am – 1 pm $25/person about your Muslim neighbors and correct misconceptions.
Dakota City, Dakota County

Fairgrounds #602-013 Tues., March 17 CLC, Studio 1
6:30-8:30 pm Free, registration required

Handcrafts of Yesteryear at Your American Government
Dakota City
How it came to be and how it works for you!
Learn the basics of 1900 handcrafts:
knitting, needlepoint, treadle sewing Part 1: American Foundations
machine and hat decorating. In our Follow the journey of how thirteen English Colonies came to declare their
historic buildings, you will make independence from England and build a nation. Over this 6-week course,
items to take home with you. Bring you will learn about the following topics:
your own straw hat with you to • The Road to Independence—The Making of the Declaration
decorate, all other supplies included! • The Struggles with Self-governance After the Revolution—The Failure

#602-010 Sat., May 2 of the Articles
1:30-4:30 pm $25/person • Inventing a Nation—What really happened in Philadelphia and
Dakota City, Dakota County
immediately afterward?
Fairgrounds • Article 1: The Legislative Branch—The power of the Commerce Clause

Trade Skills of Yesteryear • Article II: The Executive Branch—The Powers of the Presidency
at Dakota City • Article III: The Judicial Branch and Articles IV-VII—What is

Judicial Review?

Get an introduction to basic labor #602-014 Tue., Feb 3-Mar. 9
skills of 1900 in the blacksmith, 6:30-8:00 pm CLC, Studio 2
carpenter and print shops at Dakota $59/6 sessions
City! Operate machines and tools in
the historic buildings as you create The Most Common Estate Planning Mistakes and How to
something to take with you. Avoid Them
We will review the most common mistakes individuals and families make
#602-011 Sat., May 2 when creating wills, trusts, and other estate planning documents. Review how
1:30-4:30 pm $25/person to avoid probate, taxes, and government interference with your planning. Gain
Dakota City, Dakota County an understanding of the latest strategies and estate planning options available,
while learning about ten costly estate planning mistakes.

#602-042 Tue., Jan. 21 6:30-8:00 pm MMS, Lecture Hall
$9/1 session

#602-043 Tue., Feb. 25 6:30-8:00 pm CLC, Studio 2
$9/1 session

#602-044 Tue., March 24 6:30-8:00 pm MMS, Lecture Hall
$9/1 session

Location Key on page 73

Military Pay and Benefits 101 ADULT ENRICHMENT

The instructor will walk through many of the pay and
benefits available to members of the US Armed Services
whether serving on Active Duty, in the National Guard,
in the Reserve, or retired. The instructor will also provide
information about benefits available during deployments
to a tax-free zone, and how to prepare in advance to take
advantage of them.

#602-041 Wed., Feb. 26 6:00-8:00 pm
CLC, Studio 2 $9/1 session
Probate School

Nobody says, “I hope everything I have worked hard for Retirement Planning Today
in my lifetime goes to the government and some nameless
attorney.” Unfortunately, few people do anything about it. This in-depth Retirement Education course is designed
Learn the ABC’s of probate and how best to protect your to prepare you for a successful retirement.  You will learn
assets for your loved ones when you are gone. how to manage investment risks, use tax laws to your
advantage, understand cash-flow planning for retirement
#602-036 Wed., Jan. 22 6:30-7:30 pm in addition to managing healthcare, long-term care,
company retirement plans, estate planning and much
CLC, Studio 2 $5/1 session more. 

Estate Planning #602-045 Sat., Jan. 25 & Feb. 1

Enjoy an entertaining review of the latest estate planning 9 am-12 pm MMS, Lecture Hall
strategies while learning about the costliest estate planning $49/person or couple
mistakes and how to avoid them. Proper planning saves
your family time and money during a difficult time. Join #602-046 Thur., Jan. 30 & Feb. 6
us to learn how to avoid these mistakes and make sure 6:00-9:00 pm MMS, Lecture Hall
your wishes are carried out just as you want. $49/person or couple

#602-038 Wed., Feb. 12 6:30-7:30 pm Foundations for Retirement
MMS, Lecture Hall $5/1 session This is a comprehensive class on retirement planning with
emphasis on creating a financial plan for retirement. In
Incapacity Planning 101 class you will focus on: goal setting, income projections,
tax strategies, medical expenses and estate planning. You
Learn how to protect yourself and others in the event that will receive a course book to take home.
you become incapacitated. Topics covered will include
health care directives and power of attorneys, as well as #602-047 Thur., Feb. 20 & 27
guardianship and conservatorship for minors in your care. 6:30-9 pm LNHS, Lecture Hall
$49/person or couple
#602-037 Thur., April 16 6:30-7:30 pm

MMS, Lecture Hall $5/1 session #602-048 Tue., March 10-17
6:30-9:00 pm MMS, Lecture Hall
$49/person or couple
College Planning Workshop
Begin your journey of college planning. Discover why
published costs may not be as important as you think.
Get a grip on what FAFSA is and why it is important.
Learn the cost of attendance, out of pocket, expected
family contribution, need-met and gift-aid ratios. Get the
inside track on how to apply and how to improve your
odds of graduating in four years. 

#602-039 Thur., Jan. 16 6:30-7:30 pm
LSHS, Auditorium $9/1 session

#602-040 Thur., Jan. 23 6:30-7:30 pm
LNHS, Lecture Hall $9/1 session

Registration Information Page 75 7

ADULT ENRICHMENTPersonal Development Series • Wednesday, May 6

Join Community Education for a day of learning and development. Pick one class, a few or all!
These classes are presented at the Community Learning Center, Studio 2.

The Business Block 250 Legitimate Home-based

Extreme Couponing! Business Ideas

Learn how to save money every day with extreme Tired of working for someone else?
couponing. Coupons are NOT just for groceries. Do you need to make extra money? Turn your talents and
The savings can add up to HUNDREDS or even hobbies into profits by starting a home business. Jump
THOUSANDS of dollars every year. This comprehensive into this comprehensive business start up workshop and
workshop will teach you: discover:

• where to find all different types of coupons, even for • more than 250 legitimate home business ideas
high ticket items • mandatory legal documentation
• many ways to market your product/service
• how to find the best coupon apps and websites • how to take tax deductions
• how to match coupons with sales for maximum If you really want to succeed in a home business, this step-
by-step session is a must!
• how to find other people to trade coupons and #602-020 1:00 -3:00 pm

merchandise with $25/1 session + $20 materials fee due in class

#602-017 10:00-11:00 am
$15/1 session + $10 materials fee due in class
Virtual Assistant/Word Processing
Monetize Websites, Blogs, & Social Media Business*
If you can type, you can make money at home using your
Earn a passive monthly income from selling other people’s computer. Discover how and where to find clients, 50
products by placing a merchant-provided advertisement ways to advertise/market your services, effective home
link on your site and get a commission for every sale, office equipment choices, and 100 ways to make money
click or lead. Learn where to find 1000+ free and low cost with a computer. Learn to be your own boss, set your own
opportunities and how to avoid scams or links that won’t hours, and make more money.
offer a beneficial return on investment. Learn how to
find high, recurring, and second-tier commissions. You’ll #602-021 3:00-4:00 pm
also learn SEO secrets to increase your site’s ranking and $15/1 session + $10 materials fee due in class
visibility on search engines like Google.
*participants must also be enrolled in “Explore 250
#602-018 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Legitimate Home-Based Business Ideas”

$15/1 session + $10 materials fee due in class The Writers’ Block

Mystery Shopping Business* Introduction to Screenwriting for
Have you seen ads telling you how to become a shopper, Television or Movies
but only if you send them a lot of money? You do not
have to pay to begin your new career in this exciting field. In this comprehensive session, you will learn about special
Learn how to start your business endeavor, sign up with screenwriting terms and formats for television and the big
legitimate mystery shopping companies WITHOUT screen. Learn how to plot a story, develop characters, and
FEES, avoid the pitfalls and scams, create a required execute your work in the proper screenwriting format.
mystery shopping resume and profile, and take care of Discover the difference between a Treatment, a Spec
legalities and taxes regarding this income. Script and a Shooting Script and when to do each. And
get an inside look into the business of selling your script
#602-019 12:00-1:00 pm to agents and producers.
$15/1 session + $10 materials fee due in class
#602-022 4:00-5:00 pm
$15/1 session +
*participants must also be enrolled in “Explore 250 $10 materials fee due
Legitimate Home Based Business Ideas” in class


Personal Development Series • May 6 Travel ADULT ENRICHMENT

Meet the Agent/Publisher Hawaii 3 Island

Have you ever wanted to talk to a real agent or publisher? Adventure
Bring your in-progress manuscript for an in-class critique
of one page of your poetry, article, short story, screenplay, March 3, 2020
novel, non-fiction book, or children’s book. You can
then leave a COPY of your manuscript for a professional Start your 9-day adventure in Honolulu, Oahu in
critique of your entire manuscript (for an additional fee). true Hawaiian fashion. Explore the city with a Pearl
Harbor and Honolulu City Tour. Take time to see
#602-023 5:00-6:00 pm the sights of the city, enjoy the Punchbowl Crater
$15/1 session + $10 materials fee due in class
and National Cemetery. Move on to Hilo, and take
in the views of the Big Island. Enjoy a cup of the
Writing for Online Blogs, Magazines & Websites world known Kona coffee, or sip on a brew from the
Kona Brewing Company. Round out your island
You don’t need a journalism degree or previously adventure in Maui where you
published articles to write for online blogs, magazines, will experience an authentic See our full
and websites. Some opportunities offer exposure, while itineraries
many pay well -- $1 a word and more. Find more than Hawaiian Luau. online, and
1,000 opportunities that pay, story ideas, conduct book with the
interviews and find sources, protect your copyright, create New York City & the Community
query letters, use this credibility to sell other articles or Hudson River Valley Education
even your self-published novel, and how to office or call
create your own blog and monetize it! September 25, 2020 952-232-2170.
Have you always wanted
#602-024 6:00-7:00 pm to explore NYC and the
surrounding area? Join us
$15/1 session + $10 materials fee due in for a 7 day excursion that will have you falling in
love with the Big Apple. Start with a New York
City Tour featuring many of Manhattan’s most
Beginner’s Guide to Getting famous attractions and areas. After exploring enjoy
a Broadway Show! Take the ferry out to Ellis Island
If your goal is to become a published freelance writer and experience the Statue of Liberty, followed by
by selling a magazine article, short story, poem, or even an afternoon of visiting the 9/11 Memorial, tribute
a novel to a traditional publisher, this comprehensive of remembrance and the 9/11 Memorial Museum.
workshop will guide you to, then past the editor’s desk. Once finishing in NYC the group will head to the
You will discover how to: Hudson Valley to experience the historical sites,
sounds and tastes of the region.
• become a “published” writer overnight
• submit manuscripts the correct way Rome & the Country Roads of Tuscany
• find the right publisher for your work
• write irresistible query letters November 3, 2020
• determine when and how to get an agent Jump in to the trip of a lifetime! Start your 9-day
• 100 ways to make money as a freelance writer tour of Italy in Lucca, Pisa and a Tuscan Winery.
Enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of what makes this
#602-025 7:00-9:00 pm region famous. Enjoy Florence and visit the Statue of
$25/1 session + $20 materials fee due in class David before having the opportunity to explore many
other gothic sites and enjoy fine Italian shopping.
Explore 50 Different Self-Publishing Options* There will be plenty of time to explore on your own
Self-Publishing is all the rage, but is it the best option moving on to Assisi and Rome to round out this
for YOU? Discover the pros and cons of all the self- exciting adventure.
publishing options, including print-on-demand and
e-book publishing, as well as Amazon options. Leave with
a rated description of 50 self-publishing companies.

#602-026 9:00-10:00 pm
$15/1 session + $10 materials fee due in class

*participants must be enrolled in “Beginner’s Guide to Registration Information Page 75 9
Getting Published”


Asian Favorites

Prepare delicious egg rolls stuffed with pork, shrimp and Community Education
vegetables served with both hot mustard and sweet and
sour sauce for dipping. Fried rice using chicken, shrimp,
fresh vegetables and the secret sauce is up next. Finish
with classic pork chow mein served with crispy egg
noodles as well as chicken egg foo young.

#602-027 Thur., Jan. 23
6:30-8:00 pm LNHS, FACS 102

$35/1 session

Chateaubriand Fabulous Fish Dishes

Start with delightful autumn salad tossed with crispy Learn to create delicious fish dishes using a few basic
granny apples, candied walnuts, feta cheese and dried techniques. This menu starts with a mixed greens and
cranberries in a raspberry vinaigrette. Then on to the garden vegetable salad with a homemade creamy garlic
main dish, Chateaubriand, beef tenderloin seared, roasted dressing. We’ll grill fresh tuna steaks with a fabulous
and served with amazing sauces including bordelaise, Mediterranean style relish served with pasta tossed with
béarnaise and pepper sauce. Accompaniments will include garlic in olive oil. Moist, flaky Atlantic salmon is slow
creamy potatoes au gratin, tomatoes Provençal and fresh baked with an oven dried tomato and dill butter sauce.
steamed asparagus tossed with olive oil and fresh squeezed Walleye Pike will be lightly breaded and pan-fried to a
lemon. We’ll finish with crème caramel, an exquisite crispy golden brown and served with homemade tarter
homemade custard served in a pool of caramel. sauce and mashed potatoes. Key lime pie finishes topped
with fresh whipped cream.
#602-028 Tue., Feb. 11
6:30-8:00 pm LNHS, FACS 102
#602-030 Wed., March 18 6:30-8:00 pm
$35/1 session LNHS, FACS 102 $35/1 session

Classic Italian Cuisine

Relish the flavors of Italian heritage starting with fresh Tantalizing Thai Cuisine
garden greens tossed with vine ripe tomatoes, sweet Start your evening with Vietnamese spring rolls served
red onion, kalamata olives, pan fried prosciutto and with both hoisin and peanut sauce for dipping. You’ll then
gorgonzola cheese. You’ll enjoy Chicken Parmigiana, prepare Pad Thai blending the vibrant flavors of Thailand
succulent breast of chicken lightly breaded, sautéed with rice noodles using shrimp, eggs, chilies, garlic, basil,
and baked with prosciutto ham, tomatoes relish and scallions, bean sprouts, sesame oil, lemon and crushed red
provolone cheese in a robust marinara sauce. Then on to pepper flakes. For dessert, Thai lime custard topped with
Macaroni Rosa, a wonderful combination of vegetables fresh whipped cream.
and pasta in a classic marinara sauce with a splash of
cream. We’ll finish with Torta Formaggio, a rich Italian
style cheesecake topped with caramel, raspberry or
chocolate sauce.

#602-029 Fri., Feb. 28
6:30-8:00 pm LNHS, FACS 102

$35/1 session

#602-031 Mon. April 13
6:30-8:00 pm LNHS, FACS 102
$35/1 session


Bodacious Brunch Buffet ADULT ENRICHMENT

Who doesn’t love brunch? We will make tender scones
riddled with fresh berries and white chocolate, fresh fruit
salad with a delightful dip, succulent crab cakes blended
with fresh vegetables, herbs and spices then lightly
breaded and sautéed to perfection. And then move on
to the quiche and classic eggs benedict, and French toast
using fresh baked croissants soaked in a rich bath of eggs
and milk, sautéed to a honey brown crispness with pure
maple syrup.

#602-032 Tue., May 5
6:30-8:00 pm LNHS, FACS 102

$35/1 session

The Art of Sushi Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day

Come explore the world of sushi as you create this Do you want to make bread with great flavor and texture?
Japanese delicacy yourself. We’ll begin by preparing the Surprise family and friends with fabulous, delicious
coveted sushi rice then you’ll learn the art of nigiri-sushi home-made artisan breads! Learn to make savory loaves
(hand molded rice) topped with shrimp, unagi, and ahi in less than 5 minutes using dough that you mix in no
tuna. Learn how to prepare maki-sushi using a bamboo time (no kneading required) and store in your refrigerator
mat to roll rice with various fillings in and around Nori for up to two weeks. Sample several breads in class, mix
(seaweed sheets). Options and accompaniments will up a batch of dough to take home and receive recipes for
include surimi, cucumber, avocado, cream cheese, teriyaki several artisan bread options.
chicken, tempura onions, spicy mayo, eel sauce, wasabi,
pickled ginger and soy sauce. #602-035 Mon., March 2 6:30-8:15 pm
KTMS, Room 101
$45/1 session + $8 materials fee due in class
#602-033 Wed., May 27
6:30-8:00 pm LNHS, FACS 102
$35/1 session

Cake Decorating Continues!

Have you taken our first Cake Decorating class with
Nancy Burgeson? Then it’s time to keep those decorating
skill moving! Learn additional cake decorating skills
including new flowers, review of roses, new borders, work
with royal icing and much more. Take home a stunning
cake that you have decorated home to family and friends
on the last night!

#602-034 Thur., April 16-30
6:00-9:00 pm KTMS, Room 101
$75/3 sessions + $15 materials fee due in class

Location Key on page 73
Registration Information Page 75 11

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PiYo Foundations of PiYo XaBeat ADULT ENRICHMENT
Who says you have to jump, grunt, Are you new to Piyo? Are you
strain, and punish your body to get coming back from an injury, or XaBeat is a dance-
amazing results from your workout? have other physical limitations and fitness program
Not with PiYo! PiYo combines the limited mobility? Then check out that provides high
muscle-sculpting, core-firming Foundations of PiYo. Foundations intensity cardio and
benefits of Pilates with the strength is a great place for beginners looking toning in party like atmosphere. The
and flexibility advantages of yoga. to feel more confident with the routines are simple and easy to follow
And, we crank up the speed to movements of PiYo while still getting so participants can concentrate on
deliver a true fat-burning, low- a great workout. Tailored to each getting a better workout! XaBeat
impact workout that leaves your student based on your specific needs, class participants sculpt their bodies
body looking long, lean, and this class will sure to get you moving and burn calories without even
incredibly defined. and feeling great! realizing they are working out. All
PiYo isn’t like standard Pilates and fitness levels are welcome. Dress in
yoga classes that make you hold long, 6:15-6:45 pm $10/2 sessions workout clothes, bring a water bottle
intense poses, or lead you through Heritage Center and towel, jingle skirts are available
dozens of repetitive, microscopic core #602-049 Mon., Jan. 13 & 27 for use but not required. 
movements. PiYo speeds everything #602-050 Mon., March 2 & 31 Monday Instructor: LaChel Hird
up—including your results—by CLC, Studio 1 Wednesday Instructor: Stacy Leong
introducing you to dynamic, flowing #602-051 Thur., Jan. 16 & 23,
sequences that can burn serious #602-052 Thur., Feb. 27 & Mar. 5 6:30-7:30 LNHS Dance Studio
calories at the same time as they #602-152 Thur., April 9 & 16 $55/6 sessions
lengthen and tone your muscles and
increase your flexibility. Transform LIVE #602-063 Wed., Jan. 29-Mar. 11
Instructor: Amanda Ewers This is not your mama’s step class! (omit 2/26)
Transform LIVE is a revolutionary #602-064 Wed., Mar. 18-Apr. 22
7:00-7:45 pm $35/5 sessions workout that turns “step” on its #602-065 Wed., April 29-June 3
Heritage Center head. In just 30 minutes, you #602-066 Mon., Jan. 27-March 2
#602-053 Mon., Jan. 13-Feb. 24 will improve your cardiovascular #602-067 Mon., Mar. 9-Apr.13
(omit 1/20, 1/27) conditioning, enhance your balance #602-068 Mon., April 20-June 1
#602-054 Mon., Mar. 16-Apr. 20 and agility, and maximize your power (omit 5/25)
(omit 3/23) – all while getting a massive caloric
#602-055 Mon., Apr. 27-June 1 burn. Your feet will be pumping, #602-069 Mon., June 8-July 13
(omit 5/11 & 5/25) your heart will be thumping, and the
**7-8 pm, 4 sessions** dynamic playlist will be bumping. Zumba
CLC, Studio 1 Ditch the Workout! Join the Party!
#602-056 Thur., Jan. 16-Feb. 20 6:00-6:30 pm Zumba dancing is a fun, joyful Latin
(omit 2/13) $35/4 sessions inspired fitness class that combines
#602-057 Thur., Mar. 5-Apr. 16 Heritage Center all the rhythms in Latin music
(omit 3/26, 4/2) #602-059 Mon., Feb. 10-Mar. 16 (Salsa, Cumbia, Merengue, Rumba,
#602-058 Thur., Apr. 23-May 28 (omit 2/17, 3/2) Mambo, Belly Dance, Flamenco,
(omit 5/21) #602-060 Mon., April 6-27 Samba, Tango, Reggatone and
CLC, Studio 1 Hip Hop). Zumba is for all ages,
#602-061 Thur., Jan. 30-Feb. 27 shapes, sizes, male and female. No
(omit 2/13) experience is required. In this total
#602-062 Thur., May 7-28 body workout FUN comes first and
the physical benefits follow. Stress
levels are reduced and energy is
increased as you blast calories and
tone your body.
Instructor: Jessie Zeien

Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm
LNHS, Dance Studio
$49/6 sessions

#602-070 Thur., Feb. 20-Mar. 26
#602-071 Thur., Apr. 9-May 14


ADULT ENRICHMENTBrain, Body Yoga Yoga in Elko New Market Tai Chi
Physically train your body through Come take some time for yourself
body tapping, vibration, stretching while you practice yoga with your This class is the perfect way to explore
and muscle strengthening with friends and neighbors. It’s a great and experience the numerous benefits
Body, Brain Yoga. Practice breathing opportunity to improve your of Tai Chi, no matter what shape
postures and meditation throughout flexibility, strength, balance and you are in. This ancient, physical &
this class as well to help improve endurance as you practice the yoga meditative practice of the Yang style
brain function, healing abilities and poses. Your practice will also include 24 posture form is designed to build
reconnecting the mind, body and yoga breathing that may help to strength, improve health & flexibility,
spirit. Instructor: Lenna Alliev reduce stress and calm your mind. reduce stress, increase energy flow,
This class is open to beginner and promote health & wellness and relax
Mondays 5-6 pm intermediate yoga students with your mind. The routines are low-
CLC, Studio 1 modifications to help personalize the impact with modifications taught
$60/6 sessions practice. Instructor: Melissa Olson for less-flexible people. This safe
and effective program is suitable for
#602-072 Jan. 20-Feb. 24 Tuesdays, 7-8 pm everybody. Instructor: Trish Gonzales
#602-073 March 2-April 6 Elko New Market Library
#602-074 April 13-May 18 $60/6 sessions #602-084 Sat., Jan. 18-Feb. 22
9-10 am $60/6 sessions

Gentle Yoga #602-078 Feb. 4-March 10 CLC, Studio 1
Through calming and gentle exercises, #602-079 March 17-April 21
poses, and reflection, we gradually #602-080 April 28-June 2
increase our awareness, circulation,
flexibility, and strength, and prepare Yoga Flow with Optional Pilates in Lakeville
ourselves for a lifestyle infused with Weights Pilates is a form of exercise, developed
physical and spiritual purpose. This Yoga Flow is excellent for developing by Joseph Pilates, that provides a
course is designed for people of all grace, flexibility, core strength, balanced approach to developing
skill levels, but is especially well balance, muscular strength, and of the body through core strength,
suited for those who are in the early overall better health. It will also flexibility, and awareness in order to
stages of practicing yoga, and those reduce stress, release toxins, and support efficient, graceful movement.
who are new to it altogether.  calm your mind through breath This class will be catered to all levels
Instructor: Melissa Olson control. Additional abdominal of experience through adding props
toning will be included in this class. and adapting moves to challenge your
Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30 pm Bring a yoga mat and optional light body. We will concentrate on upper
CLC, Studio 1 weights. This class is appropriate for body, core, hips, thighs and buns.
$60/6 sessions or $50/5 sessions students of all levels, as modifications All levels are welcome. Remember
will be offered by the instructor without Challenge there is no
#602-075 Feb. 4-March 10 accordingly.  Instructor Stacy Solberg Change!  Instructor Ashley Bitzan
(omit 3/3)
#602-076 March 24-April 21 Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30 pm Mondays, 6:30-7:30 pm
#602-077 April 28-June 2 CLC, Studio 1
$60/6 sessions or $50/5 sessions CLC, Studio 1 - New location!

#602-081 $45/6 sessions
Jan. 8-Feb. 12

March 4-April 8
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April 22-May 27

#602-093 Mon., Jan. 6-Feb. 10
#602-094 Mon., Feb. 17-Mar. 30
(omit 2/24)
#602-095 Mon., Apr. 6-May 11


Power Hour Boxing with Walking Club – Year Round! ADULT ENRICHMENT
Title Boxing Join us and get those steps!  We will have access to a warm and
Get Fit - Not Hit at Title comfortable space for you to walk in this spring.  These sessions are for
Boxing Club with a total body walking only.  This is a casual walking group.  You may attend any days
boxing workout that gives you a that the space is listed as open.  A calendar will be sent to all registered
combination of strength and cardio walkers.  
exercise. Classes provide training for Please note that this is the walking track around the top of the North gym
upper body, lower body and your at Lakeville North High School.  There will likely be other practices being
entire core. The signature Power held during that time frame.
Hour workout is designed for people Dates are subject to change based on student need of the area.  Please
of all fitness levels who are up for check your calendar for all updates!
burning up to 1,000 calories per
hour. Experience stress relief, core New location this Winter! Join other walkers at our new space at the
strengthening, toning and fun!
Community Learning Center (CLC) in the Juniper Commons Building.
7:00-8:00 pm Come in from the cold and get your steps in. Leave your coats and bags,
Title Boxing Club (7630 160th St and change shoes in our secure Studio. We have a long mall type hallway
W, Lakeville) for you to use.
$65/5 sessions (wraps included) Juniper Commons is available for walking all days of the week, but the
Studio space is only available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
#602-085 Mon., Jan. 27-Feb. 24 from 8-10 am.
#602-086 Tue., Jan. 28-Feb. 25 #601-099
#602-087 Wed., Jan. 29-Feb. 26 This $5 pass will be good for the entire year (Sept.’19—Aug. ’20)
#602-088 Thur., Jan. 30-Feb. 27 LNHS, 4-7 pm
LSHS, 5-8 pm
Total Body Conditioning CLC Studios, 8-10 am
An all-encompassing workout
designed to produce total body • Walking Club buttons are now available for participants!  Stop by
results. This fast-moving work out the Community Education offices to pick yours up!
conditions your cardiovascular
system and nearly every muscle • Wear your Walking Club button while walking
group in your body. We will use • The walking track is on the upper level
minimal equipment and focus on • Be aware, there may be sports practicing in the main part of the
body weight exercised to build
strength! This class is suited for all gym
fitness levels, and all excises can be • If you have any questions, please contact Amanda 952-232-2170
modified just for you! No experience

Mondays, 9:30-10:10
CLC, Studio 1
$75/6 sessions
#602-089 Mon., Jan. 27-March 2
#602-090 Mon., March 9-April 20
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Register Early! Location Key on page 73
Registration Information Page 75 15
Avoid disappointment register early.
Many classes fill quickly.

Classes may cancel if there
is low enrollment.


Two Left Feet Dance Class Line Dance for Wedding Parties

Convinced that you have two left feet and that dancing Just in time for the wedding & party season! No need
is not meant for you? Or, someone you know? But still… to sit and watch any more: step into the party with this
it would be helpful to know a few steps. Just in case… workshop of the popular line dances: Electric Slide, Cha
Learn fun moves and simple tips from a pro to ease you Cha Slide, and the Cupid Shuffle. No partner needed for
over those times. A little bit of Swing, a touch of Foxtrot, an entire evening of fun!
a smattering of Waltz and a jazzed up “high school prom
Swing & Sway” are all it takes! And you’ll be out on the #602-097 Thur. April 30 6-7 pm
dance floor! Couples only please.
CLC, Studio 1 $10/1 session

#602-193 Friday, Feb. 21 7-9 pm Wedding Dance – It’s Never Too Late to

CLC, Studio 1 $30/couple Look Great!

The “Git Up” Dance You thought about it! You wanted to! But where did the
time go? Not to worry. In this 2-hour workshop, Monica
From TikTok to you! This dance is super fun and super Mohn, nominated by MNBride for “Best Wedding
easy! Come and learn that latest dance that has everyone Dance Instruction”, will guide you with fun moves and
out on the floor. simple tips to have you feeling comfortable and looking
great on that special day! Feel free to bring your special
#602-194 Friday, Feb. 21 6-7 pm song! Couples only please. 

CLC, Studio 1 $10/person

Line Dance: Mama Mia’s Dancing Queen #602-098 Thur. April 30 7-9 pm

CLC, Studio 1 $30/couple

Just in time for the wedding party season! Grab some Ballroom Dance
friends and turn Friday night into a dancing night with
a fabulous dance to this toe tapping song. What a way to Experience the thrill of four classic ballroom dances:
start the weekend! No partner needed. you’ll find yourself whirling with the Waltz, rotating to
Rumba, floating through the Foxtrot, and tantalizing
#602-096 Friday, March 27 6-7 pm your partner with the Tango! With the expert guidance
CLC, Studio 1 $10/person of three-time ballroom dance champion Monica Mohn,
you’ll be dancing before you know it.
Swing Dance- One Night of Fun!

Start your weekend with an activity you can enjoy #602-099 Fridays, May 1-15 7:00-8:20 pm
together! Just one night for a lifetime of fun!  An “Arch” CLC, Studio 1 $65/couple, 3 sessions
and a “Loop” are just two of the patterns that can take
you from the sidelines onto the dance floor and into each
other’s arms. Couples only, please

#602-195 Friday, March 27
7-9 pm CLC, Studio 1



Lakeville Area Schools Community Education Advisory Council ADULT ENRICHMENT

Member Feature, Chairperson Joe Davis

My name is Joe Davis and I have the pleasure of being
the current Chairperson for the Community Education
Advisory Council. Learning and helping others to learn
has always been an important part of my life. My mother
is a former English teacher and I was fortunate that she
instilled in me a love for reading. There has always been
something exciting to me about discovering a new world
or new idea that can make you view things in a fresh and
compelling way.

When my family first moved to Lakeville from Wisconsin Joe Davis and family
ten years ago we were immediately impressed with all the
programs that were offered. My son, Gary, benefited from Some of the upcoming topics at meetings this year will be:
Early Childhood screening. He also has been a part of
Kid Zone and Summer Adventures over the years. We are • Input into the design of CMS pool and redesign of
grateful for the focus on stimulating kids in multiple ways, the MMS pool
combining fun with great learning opportunities.
This past summer he participated in the summer band • Community needs assessment / Mental Health /
program for first year students. It was a super way to Adults with Disabilities / Adult Basic Education
jump start his enthusiasm for playing alto sax. I truly
appreciate the band directors taking the time over those • Diversity opportunities and challenges within the
two weeks to not only teach the basics but also infuse Community
what I hope is a life-long love of music for the students.
The Community Education Advisory Council is made of The CEAC also gets to help represent Community
people from the community who come together about Education at District events, such as the upcoming
five times a year to listen and share ideas about how to Activities and Sports Festival on Feb. 22. Catch me at the
improve programs and classes. long jump along with my fellow CEAC members to ask
What excites me about the meetings is that there is a time to any questions you have about joining our fantastic group!
be informed about what is going on and there is time to give
input and feedback. There are many meetings where there is 2019-20 Community Education
dedicated time for brainstorming to create new ideas. Advisory Council Voting Members
I joined CEAC to become more engaged with my
community. I wanted to understand the big picture Joe Davis, Chair
of what Community Education was doing in Lakeville Sara Sheehan, Vice-Chair
and also make suggestions in those areas I was familiar
with. A highlight for me was representing the CEAC Tevyan Sorensen, Secretary
on the Facilities Task Force that made recommendations Jane Anderson, Juliana Balyeat
for the recently passed referendums. There were many Michelle Boushee, Alexandra Dorr
strong opinions but I was proud by how respectful and Kirstin Hastad, Leslie Johnson
thoughtful everyone was with expressing them. Betty Jo Kiesow, Angie Lueschen
One unexpected benefit of joining the CEAC was being
able to attend the MCEA Conference, the professional Georgetta Olson
organization that supports Community Education in Emily Tomes, ECFE AC Liaison
Non-voting Members
Lydia Lindsoe, Equity Department

Jill Cade, 360 Communities
Zach Duckworth, School Board
Stephanie Opstad, Dakota Co. Libraries
Kacie Robinson, Lakeville Park & Rec.

Registration Information Page 75 17

ADULT BASIC EDUCATION Lakeville Area Adult Basic Education

The Lakeville Area Adult Basic Education program provides
opportunities for learners who want to:

• Learn English or improve their English skills
• Earn a GED or High School Diploma
• Explore local career options and prepare for job entry or


• Increase technology skills
• Prepare for post-secondary education
• Classes held at Lakeville Area Community Education:

17685 Juniper Path, Lakeville

Classes begin January 6 | All classes are free!

English Language

This class will focus on
communication and fluency in
a group setting. Students will
also work on listening skills and
conversation strategies.

Mondays 1-3 pm

English as a Second GED/HS Diploma Writing Skills
Language (ESL)
Earn your GED, HS Diploma, Improve your written English
This class is for all levels of improve basic skills or prepare through this fun, interactive
English language learners. for college.   class.  Designed for ABE/GED
Improve your basic vocabulary, Mon., Tues., Wed. 1-3:30 p.m. students and higher level ESL
reading, writing, listening, & Mon. & Wed. 5:30-8 p.m. students.
conversation skills. Wed.  1:00-3:30 p.m.

Mon.-Thurs. 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
Mon. & Wed. 5:30-8:00 p.m


Technology Skills Distance Learning ADULT BASIC EDUCATION

This class will use the Northstar Digital Literacy program All enrolled students have
in order to help students develop basic technology skills many exciting distance learning
while increasing reading and writing skills. options available! Distance
Thursdays 1:00-3:00 p.m. (online) learning is a great
way to further your learning in
Family School between class times. It can also
be used as your primary way to
For English language learners with learn.
children ages 0-5. Parents and children
learn together in this unique class Skype Coaching
focusing on literacy, parenting, life
and job skills. Please call 952-232- Students can improve their
3009 for more information. English online while working
Class held at Crystal Lake Education with an assigned Skype coach.
Center This is a great way to further
Tues.-Thurs. 12:30-3:00 p.m. improve English language skills.
It can also be used as your
Registration primary way to learn.

Classes are open to learners 17 and older who are not
enrolled in high school and want to improve skills. English
language students, please register the first week of each
month. ABE/GED students can register at any time.
All new students will complete paperwork and a short
assessment. To register, please contact the ABE secretary.

Nancy Eldomiatti, ABE Secretary
952-232-2162 [email protected] WE ARE
Community Education Main Office HIRING!
All classes are free! ELEVVEERLY..C. AREER
For more information, visit our website:

Para esta informacion en espanol, por favor
adult y busca bajo el programa Adult Basic

Volunteer for Adult Basic Education!
It is fun and rewarding! No teaching experience

necessary. Contact Amanda Trammell at
[email protected] Registration Information Page 75 19

ADAPTIVE ACTIVITIESAdapted Swim Lessons Sensory Playground Ballet Beyond Barriers
Ages 18 months-Adult Ages 3-10 Adaptive Dance Program
This class is for students age 18 This gymnastics program is Ages 8-15
months through adult with mild specialized for children with Everyone can dance! Ballet Royale
special needs, including neurological, learning and sensory disabilities. MN’s Ballet Beyond Barriers
developmental, and cognitive, Gymnastics provides near full body Adaptive Dance Program is an
who will benefit from one on input –giving your child the ability inclusion class designed for kids of all
one instruction. Instructor will to move in all planes (even upside abilities and needs. It is ideal for both
work with the parent/guardian to down) allowing additional sources girls and boys who are interested in
determine student goals that will of input. Our adaptive program is exploring a new way of movement
meet a variety of sensory challenges structured to provide your child with through dance, and will focus
including visual, auditory, physical both proprioceptive and vestibular on rhythm and musicality, while
and movement, all while learning input. Students will have the option pushing the barriers of the child’s
swimming skills. Ratio = 1:1, parent to work on many apparatuses in everyday capabilities. All classes
does not need to get into the water the gym as they would like: rings, are led by a ballet teacher, along
with the student. bars, beams, tumble track, floor and with a physical therapist and a live
vault. We will also have a variety musician. Session will culminate in
See the Aquatics section for available of sensory toys and games for your an in-studio showcase for families.
dates, times and prices. All lessons child to enjoy. A parent, guardian or
held at McGuire Middle School. other responsible adult is required to Included with the registration of
*Interpreters are available for adult attend and assist with the student at this class are a complimentary
participants, including during a no fee. Only registered students are ticket to Twin Cities Ballet’s Spring
parent child class, if needed. Please allowed to participate in the class. Performance at the Ames Center,
contact Katey for more info, katey. “The Ruby Slippers” and a T-Shirt!
[email protected] #502-700 Saturdays
Jan. 18-Mar. 14 4:15-4:45 pm Class will take place at Ballet Royale,
Open Swim $84/9 sessions 16368 Kenrick Ave, Lakeville, MN
Love the water but don’t need swim 55044. Questions? Email [email protected]
lessons? Jump in the pool for open
swim at McGuire Middle School
Pool. See page 41 for all dates and *If your child has a CSG grant or
times. McGuire Middle School Pool CDCS waiver, Ballet Beyond Barriers
is handicap accessible. may be added into your budget.

Sundays, March 1 - April 5
11 am - 12 pm
$185/6 classes

20 Community Education will not take
registrations, please register with
Ballet Royale at:

River Valley Project Explore is a Community Education program designed to serve adults with physical RIVER VALLEY PROJECT EXPLORE
and developmental cognitive disabilities by encouraging inclusion in community activities and providing
customized educational, social and recreational opportunities.
Project Explore is a cooperative effort among the Community Education departments of Rosemount/Apple Valley/
Eagan, Burnsville/Eagan/Savage, Farmington, Lakeville and Randolph school districts. Participants enjoy a wide
variety of classes and activities including: Arts and Crafts, Sports, Cooking, Music, Excursions, and more! Visit www. or call 651-431-8735 (voice) or 651-431-8737 (TTY) or email [email protected] for
registration or more information.

Winter Dance Sea Life Aquarium at MOA Valentine Dance
Start off the New Year dancing the Take a break from winter and join us Join us as we celebrate the
night away with friends! What a for a fascinating sea life adventure! month of ‘Love’ at our
great way to warm up and have a We’ll start with a behind the scenes annual Valentine Dance. Meet up
fun time on a cold January evening. guided tour. Learn firsthand how the with friends or bring that someone
You’ll hear all of your favorite tunes sea creatures are fed and taken care of special for a great night of dancing.
and we’ll have refreshments when along with their daily routines. We’ll Be sure to wear red or pink for a
you take a break from the dance go on top of the tanks that hold over night to remember!
floor. one million gallons of water and
thousands of sea creatures! You can Friday, Feb. 14 6:30-9:00 pm
Friday, Jan. 10 6:30-9:00 pm also go on a self-guided walk through $6 per person
$6 per person the aquarium where you can see all Valley Middle School
Valley Middle School the sea creatures up close! Bring sure
to bring a camera. You are welcome Winter Luau Picnic
Caregiver Seminar to visit all exhibits and the gift shop
VITALS APP on your own. Your admission is Let’s face it, there’s no better cure for
Come learn about the Vitals App - it good all day should you choose to the winter blahs than a winter picnic!
could really make a huge difference take a break and explore MOA and Let’s get together and enjoy a picnic
in your loved ones’ life! It’s a free return later. Transportation is not dinner indoors out of the cold. We’ll
phone or tablet application for provided for this activity. We will have a delicious fried chicken dinner.
persons with varying disabilities. meet at the Sea Life Mall Level 1 Box After dinner you’ll have fun playing
Listen to an Apple Valley Police Office at 9:45 am for a 10:00 am some indoors games.
Officer share how Vitals is building tour.
positive relationships between Friday, Feb. 21 5:30-7:30 pm
first responders and individuals Sat., Jan. 25 9:45-11:30 am $8 per person
with disabilities. There will also be $19 / person Mall of America Valley Middle School
information provided on how to
access and start using the Vitals App.

Wednesday, Jan. 22 7-8 pm
Valley Middle School

Registration Information Page 75 21

MARTIAL ARTSKung Fu-Wu Shu Karate
Age 5–Adult Age 7–Adult
Not just a punching, kicking, Come join an internationally recognized local Karate
self-defense class. Kung Fu community that is passionate about passing along skills
teaches awareness of self and that will improve one’s self confidence, concentration,
surroundings and improves physical endurance, and flexibility. We invite individuals
self-esteem and confidence. of any ability to join our group where the development of
Learn the life-long benefits character is as important as the capability of each member
of Kung Fu - the Chinese to protect themselves. Uniform is optional for your first
martial art of self-defense and session. Questions? Email [email protected] or call
fitness - and build muscle, 320-510-2825. 
power, flexibility, and agility.
Join a fun, progressive, full- WINTER • MMS CAFETERIA
participation class, which Tues. & Thurs. December 3 - February 27
focuses on skill-building No classes: December 24, 26, 31
exercises that will strengthen Classes on 12/12 will be at CLEC - Gym 1.
the mind and body, help students develop discipline, Classes on 2/25 & 2/27 will be at the CLC - Studio 1
concentration and coordination. This is a progressive *This class is currently in progress. If you would like to join,
training program for beginners through Black Belt. please call 952-232-2150 for more information
Optional uniform and certification from White to Black
Belt are available. Questions? Call 952-898-3008. Family Discount
• First 2 family members pay full price
WINTER — CHE GYM / CLC STUDIO 2 • Any 3 or more family members will pay half price
Tuesdays January 21-March 17 $89/8 sessions *Family Discount not available online. Please call
(omit March 3) 952-232-2169 to register with family discount.
#502-203 Beg., White – Blue Belt 6:15-7 pm
#502-204 2nd Blue – Black Belt 7-7:45 pm #502-200 Beginner 6:00-6:30 pm $57/23 sessions
#502-205 Advanced Intermediate 7:45-8:30 pm (White - Yellow Stripe Belt)
#502-201 Intermediate 6:30-7:30 pm $115/23 sessions
(Orange - Purple White Stripe Belt)
#502-202 Advanced 7:30-8:30 pm $115/23 sessions
(Purple - Black Belt)

WINTER — MMS CAFETERIA $79/7 sessions SPRING • MMS Cafeteria
Wednesdays January 29-March 11 6:15-7 pm Tues. & Thurs. March 5 - May 21
#502-206 Beg., White-Blue Belt 7-7:45 pm Classes on May 21 will be at the CLC - Studio 1
#502-207 2nd Blue-Black Belt
#503-200 Beginner 6:00-6:30 pm $57/23 sessions
(White - Yellow Stripe Belt)
#503-201 Intermediate 6:30-7:30 pm $115/23 sessions
(Orange - Purple White Stripe Belt)
#503-202 Advanced 7:30-8:30 pm $115/23 sessions
(Purple - Black Belt)


A night of celebration !

Come and see Kung Fu exhibitions and competition by students of Community Education
Kung Fu classes. See colorful Lion Dances. Enjoy a night of celebration and entertainment

performed by Community Education Kung Fu students.
Saturday, March 7 4-6pm

Kenwood Trail Middle School, Gym & Cafeteria
Door admission: $10

Children age 4 and under are free.
(Community Education Kung Fu students with complimentary ticket are free. )


Fun, inclusive, & competitive Fun, fast-paced,
Soccer Program competitive environment
January - March
Winter Session 3: Spring
• Rosemount & Lakeville
March-April May - June
• At Rosemount Irish Dome • Rosemount & Farmington • Enhance footskills and
• Play on Turf Fields • Play on Outdoor Fields improve creativity and
agility on the ball
• 5U-8U (Pre-K to 2nd • 5U-12U (Pre-K to
Grade) Players 6th Grade) Players • 9U/2011+ Players


• REGISTER NOW • Registration Opens
in January





Spring Prep. and Off Season Classes

Thank you for your interest in Lakeville Cheerleading!
Please note all classes are intended for both current
and new members. The Winter/Spring portion of our
program will be more focused on building skills for the
upcoming 2020 Fall Season.

KinderCats is intended for current Kindergarteners
ready to learn the basics in cheerleading! Class will teach
skills such as motions, jumps, flexibility, and prepare
them for low level stunting and tumbling.

Red Squad Prep (Grades 1-3) will focus on skills
used in a competitive cheerleading routine such as
motions, jumps, low level stunting and tumbling.

Gold Squad Prep (Grades 3-5) will focus on double
jumps, flexibility, and stomach to shoulder level
stunting and pyramids. 

Jr High Prep (Grades 6-8) will primarily focus on all
skills used in a competitive routine such as jumps,
double jumps, mid to extended level stunting, flexibility,
and Sideline basics. Current Jr High members are
encouraged to take this class 

*Grades are current as of 2019-2020 School Year

CHEERLEADING $129/10 Sessions KTMS Fitness Center Tryouts for 2020 Fall

#502-125 Kinder Cats Thurs. Fall Competition Teams
Feb 27-May 14 (omit March 5 & 26) 5:00-5:45 pm Tryouts for Fall Competition Squads will
take place May 2nd. Participating in a
#502-126 Red Squad Tues. Spring class will not guarantee a spot on
Feb 25-May 12 (omit March 3 & 24) 5:30-6:30 pm a specific Fall Squad, but it will be taken
into consideration at tryouts.
#502-127 Gold Squad Tues.
Feb 25-May 12 (omit March 3 & 24) 6:30-7:30 pm

#502-128 Jr. High Tues. #503-109

Feb 25-May 12 (omit March 3 & 24) 7:30-9:00 pm Tuesday-Thursday
April 28-April 30
5:00-8:00 pm

J V and Varsity Open Gyms Saturday 9 am-2 pm
May 2
Grades 9-12
Open gym will be available for all current Varsity KTMS Gym/Fitness Center $5 non-refundable
members and new program members (at the 4 sessions
high school age) interested in becoming a Varsity
Cheerleader. These gyms will be semi structured to
keep all participants involved however coaches will
allow groups and athletes to work on individual skills
at their level throughout the class. 

Feb 27-May 14 (omit March 5 & 26)
#502-129 Thurs.
6:00 - 9:00 pm $50/10 Sessions
KTMS Fitness Center



After School Homework Enrichment Program

Grades 6-8
The ACE and ACE2 (Academics, Competencies, Enrichment) Programs are an after-
school, ISD194 staff supervised program for students at Century, Kenwood Trail, McGuire
Middle Schools, Lakeville North and Lakeville South High schools. Each day students will
be provided an after school snack included in the program fee
and attendance will be taken each day for accountability.

The program is designed to:
• Help students stay on track
• Meet goals
• Build confidence
• Learn good time management skills
• Provide a positive and safe environment for students to receive homework help.

After-school enrichment programs have been shown to help improve student’s
confidence, academic achievement, creativity, time management skills, influence
teamwork, and relieve stress on working families.

For more information on the program, please contact [email protected] or call

Fee Assistance available for those who are on the Free/Reduced lunch program.

Century Middle School Computer Lab Lakeville South High School Room A204
Tues., Weds., Thurs. 2:10-3:00 pm Tues. & Weds. 2:45-3:45 pm $112/16 days
Jan. 28-March 19 #502-103 $105/15 days
#502-100 Session 3 Jan. 28-March 18 (omit 2/19)
$144/24 days April 7-May 28 #503-104 April 7-May 27

#503-100 Session 4
$144/24 days
NEW! Lakeville North High School Room 120
Kenwood Trail Middle School Room 213
Mon. and Weds. 2:10-3:00 pm Tuesdays 3:00-4:00 pm

#502-101 Session 3 $78/15 days #502-130 Jan. 28-March 17 $56/8 Sessions

Jan. 27-March 18 (omit 2/17) #503-115 April 7 – May 26 $56/8 Sessions

#503-101 Session 4 $96/16 days
April 6-June 3

McGuire Middle School Cafeteria
Tues., Weds., Thurs. 2:55 - 3:45 pm

#502-102 Session 3 $132/22 days
Jan. 28-March 19 (omit 2/25, 2/27)

#503-103 Session 4 $144/24 days
April 7-May 28


Middle School Mall Mania and Movie Trip!!

Grades 6-8

Grab your detective hats and get ready for a scavenger hunt you won’t want to miss.   We start

this fun day at the Mall of America and get put into groups and set out on a fun scavenger

hunt. (Chaperones included of course.)  Following the hunt, we go to GameWorks for 2 hours of

bowling, arcade games, endless food buffet and more! From Gameworks, we will head back to

Lakeville to Emagine Theatre to unwind and wrap up this fun day with the new comedy “My Spy”. 

#502-208 Monday, January 20 $49/1 Session

Includes, Gameworks activities, unlimited food buffet, movie, transportation and supervision. Extra
spending money is your preference to purchase other food and extra games, but not necessary.

• 8:00 am Drop off at KTMS Cafeteria (all students)
• 8:30 am  Leave for MOA
• 9:00 am  Arrive and start the Scavenger Hunt
• 10:30 am Gameworks Time!
• 1:00 pm  Depart for Emagine Theatre In Lakeville
• 1:30 pm Movie Starts 
• 3:00 pm Parent pick up at Emagine Theatre

Sign up deadline is Thurs. Jan. 16 or when the trip is full. There will be
no registrations taken after 1:00 pm Fri., Jan. 17 due to staffing & busing
arrangements. Registrations taken after Jan. 17 will include an additional $8

FRY BREAD! Fencing Team

Grades 9-12 Grades 6-12
New and returning students invited! Join this fast growing
Come and learn to make Fry Bread! This is a traditional Olympic sport.
American Indian food that is often made during family or
community gatherings. During this class you will watch WINTER
a professional make the Fry Bread and then try it on your The {YEL!} Fencing Team will be working toward
own! After learning the basics, you can take home samples competing in dual meets and the State High School
of your own creation.  Championship. Students are not required to compete in
these team events, but may be encouraged by their coach.
#501-124 Tues., March 17 5:30-7:30 pm The {YEL!} Fencing Team will be made up of three or
KTMS Room 101 Free/1 Session more members in the following divisions: Men’s Foil,
Women’s Foil, Men’s Epee and Women’s Epee.
Babysitting 101
Ages 10½–15 Get pumped and primed for the year end, Spring Fencing
Gain the skills and confidence to be a great babysitter. Championship.* Coaches will also hold an in-class
This course is fun and fast-paced with hands-on activities, tournament toward the end of the session. Spring sessions
exciting video, role plays and lively discussions. Bring a include an in-class tournament.
peanut free snack, peanut free lunch and water to class. *Spring Fencing Championship invites students from
It teaches young people how to:  all over the state. There is a separate fee. Students are
encouraged to attend, but not required.
• Care for children and infants 
• Handle emergencies  7:15 – 8:15 pm Mondays
• Communicate effectively with parents MMS Cafeteria $95/6 sessions
• Make good decisions, solve problems and stay safe
#502-000 Jan. 27 – March 9 (omit 2/17)
9 am-1 pm Saturdays $79/1 Session #503-000 April 6 – May 18 (omit 4/13)

#501-014 January 11 #503-001 April 25
#502-001 March 21


Medical Explorers Class depBmoapcakunldba!yr Thinking like a nurse MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL

Collaboration with Thinking like a doctor Listening to the patient’s story
Park Nicollet Clinic in Lakeville Getting vital signs, taking blood
Grades 6-8 Listening to the patient’s story pressure – how do you do it and
Dive in, dig deeper and explore what does it mean? Learn about how
the medical field! Lakeville Area Listening to heart sounds and what fast germs spread & what we can do
Community Education and the they mean about it. Time for questions/answers
Lakeville Park Nicollet Clinic have Splinting injuries and the basics of an about what schooling is involved in
joined together to provide middle ankle/wrist exam being in the nursing field, different
school students the opportunity Time for questions/answers about job opportunities & what a clinic
to gain exposure to the life of a what schooling is involved in being a nurse’s day is really like.
physician, physician’s assistant, clinician, different types of clinicians Interested in both nights? Sign up for
nurses and medical assistants, while & what a doctor’s day is really like.
having fun, positive interactions with both at a reduced fee:
medical professionals. Taught by
our very own Lakeville Park Nicollet #503-107 Thursdays
clinician team, topics will include: April 23 & April 30 
Nurses and Medical Assistant 5-7:00 pm
Physician/Physician Assistant #503-106 Thursday, April 30
#503-105 Thursday, April 23 5-7:00 pm  $19/1 Session  $29/2 Sessions
5-7:00 pm  $19/1 Session

Law Enforcement Career Exploration Keyboarding
With the Lakeville Police Department
Grades 6-8 Grades 6-8
Learn how to type on a computer keyboard using the
Step into the world of law enforcement. touch system. Teaching kids to “touch” type is a great skill
Lakeville Area Community Education to have early on and will save a tremendous amount of
and the Lakeville Police Department have time later. One of the most important reasons to get kids
joined together to provide middle school students the typing is it helps get to the thinking faster. In academic
opportunity to gain exposure to various law enforcement terms this is called “cognitive automaticity”. With typing
careers WHILE having fun, positive interactions with we are freed from the slowness of handwriting, finally
law enforcement professionals. Taught by our very own allowing us to get our ideas down at the speed of thought.
Lakeville Police Department, topics will include: Come learn the correct keyboarding techniques and race
• Path to Becoming a Police Officer (Process/Steps) your friends to see who finishes first. Typing can be fun!
• Traffic Stops: One of the most routine tasks performed In today’s Technology world, keyboarding and typing has
become a necessary skill. Get a jump start on your future,
by a police officer. Why they do them, what they do sign up today!
and equipment that they have available/use.
• K-9 demonstration $68/12 sessions
• Fitness & Self-Defense: An introduction into the level
of fitness needed for the profession and some basic #502-120 Mon. & Weds.
self-defense concepts will be discussed. Feb 3 – March 16 (omit 2/17)
3:00-3:45 pm MMS Computer Lab

#502-123 Tuesday February 4 #502-121 Mon. & Weds.
6:00-8:00 pm Feb 3 – March 16 (omit 2/17)
$19/1 session Lakeville Police Department 2:15-3:00 pm CMS Computer Lab

Tues. & Thurs.
Feb 4 – March 12
2:15-3:00 pm
KTMS Computer Lab

Registration Information Page 75 27


Fall Season Prep Classes Grades 3-12
Grades K-6
Learning Our Spring Break Kids Camp is perfect for your child to get out
introductory of the house and enjoy our fun farm atmosphere. The kids enjoy
cheerleading our indoor riding arena during riding lessons, riding games and
skills such fun team games. They also enjoy the 12 indoor stalled barn with
as: motions, a heated lounge while learning more about horses (nutrition,
jumps, low level basic care, grooming and even fun braiding and more!). Also
stunting, low during camp the kids get to ride daily, enjoy a farm hike, play/
level tumbling, cuddle/feed friendly goats, play team building games, enjoy
and sidelines a lunch (pack a lunch with plenty of water) and make lasting
cheers. Class will be quick paced to work on memories! Book NOW, we fill up fast! Camp enrollment is
endurance, but taught at a low level to build basic limited to a low number per day for maximum fun and learning
skills. See Page 24 for dates, time and details. for each camper! A signed waiver is required.

LOOK FOR 2020 ALL CHEER TRYOUTS Classes take place at Complete Equestrian Company
the first week in May for Competition Teams! 9:30 am- 3:00 pm

#503-999 Monday-Friday , March 23-27 
Enroll for one or more days:
$99/day $449/5 days

Youth Service Project

Grades 6-8

Bundles of Love Charity is a volunteer driven nonprofit
organization that partners with groups looking to assist
Minnesota families in need by providing handmade baby
Private Voice Lessons clothing, bedding and basic care items for their newborns.
Grades 2 and Up Their vision is to gather communities to support parents

Do you love to sing? Experience the many benefits and newborns. This January, students in Grades 6-8 have the
through private lessons. You will not only gain opportunity to get together and make tie blankets and put
confidence as a musician but will learn to safely
project your voice and improve your expressive together baby supply care packages. Through their efforts they
will help bring peace of mind to families and provide essential
singing, sight singing (audition skills), and poise. supplies to show they are not
Additional cost for music $5–$30. Half-hour lessons alone and that others care. Grab
available from 4:30-8:30 pm. Sign up online. a friend and join us at the

Wednesdays CMS Choir Room Lakeville Heritage Center!
Jan. 8-Feb. 19 $143/6 lessons With the help of Lakeville Area
(omit 1/15) Active Adult volunteers, we can
get wrapped up in the fun of
April 22-May 27 $143/6 lessons making blankets. A snack and

hot chocolate will be served.
This project is for CMS, KTMS and MMS students.  MMS
students are welcome to arrive after school’s out.   

#502-124 Friday, January 24         2:45-4:45 pm 

28 $6/1 Session (fee included for baby supply donation) Extra
donations welcome to be brought to the event! Located at
Lakeville Heritage Center, 20110 Holyoke Avenue

No school day tchreecSsalpeataisfvsruiketnysy!noweuiwtrh YOUTH ENRICHMENT

Gift Making Classes! Claim to Frame: Sports

Grades K-5 Ball Frames
Want to do something fun on your day off school? Join us and make some
cool and colorful presents. We’ll make shiny and glittery vases, cards and Grades 1 and up
create a special project on canvas. Both classes will make a decoupage vase, During this creative class you will
a unique canvas board, and cards. You can keep your creations or give them transform 3 wood blocks into sport
as gifts. Bring a beverage and nut-free snack. ball photo frames! All sport balls will
be offered as well as random designs
Valentine’s Day Gifts so you’re sure to leave with 3 frames
#502-007 ready to post your favorite photos!
Monday January 20
9:30 am-12 pm CLC Studio 2
$45/1 session

Mother’s Day Gifts #502-006 Saturday
#503-007 March 14 12-1:30 pm

Monday April 13 CLC Studio 2 $35/1 session

9:30 am-12 pm CLC Studio 2
$45/1 session

Cupcake Commotion! MUSIC

Grades 1 and up Private Piano Lessons

Let’s get creative and do Grades 1-5
some fun food crafting! Does your student want to learn how to play the piano or improve their
Everyone will leave with playing skills? This is the perfect class for them! Additional $20-$30 fee for
6 delicious cupcakes music books payable to instructor on the first day of class. 30 minute lessons
decorated with frosting, available from 4:30-7 pm on Tuesdays
candy and sprinkles! All or Wednesdays. View all dates online.
supplies are provided JFK Music Room
and include a cupcake carrier to take $119/6 sessions
the cupcakes home. (Gluten, nuts
and other ingredients will be used Winter
during this class). Tuesdays #502-016
Wednesdays #502-022
#502-005 Saturday
March 14 10-11:30 am Spring
CLC Studio 2 $35/1 session Tuesdays #503-016
Wednesdays #503-022

Private Voice Lessons

Grades 2 and Up
Do you love to sing? Experience the many benefits of private lessons. You will
not only gain confidence as a musician but will learn to safely project your
voice and improve your expressive singing, sight singing (audition skills), and
poise. 30 minute lessons available from 4:30-7:30 pm. Additional $15-$30
fee for music payable to the instructor on the first day of class.

CMS Choir Room Wednesdays $143/6 sessions

Winter Session: Jan 8-Feb 19 (omit Jan 15)
Spring Session: April 22-May 27

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Babysitting 101 Fencing

Ages 10 ½-15 ​Grades 2-5
Gain the skills and confidence to
be a great babysitter. This course is New and returning students invited! Join this fast growing
fun and fast-paced with hands-on Olympic sport. Each {YEL!} fencing class follows four basic
activities, exciting video, role plays components:
and lively discussions. It teaches • Teach It!…Hall of Fame Olympic Fencing Coach Ro
young people how to:
• Care for children and infants; Sobalvarro crafts our lessons and curriculum.
• Handle emergencies; • Practice It!…Students pair up and practice the fencing move
• Communicate effectively with
or concept, rotate partners and repeat.
parents; • Move It!…Students then participate in fencing matches using
• Make good decisions, solve
only the moves taught so far.
problems and stay safe. • Play It!…10-15 minutes each class students fence with

Saturdays 9 am-1 pm multiple fencers at their skill level.
CLC Studio 2 $79/1 session All equipment provided. Sign up today to THINK, LEARN and PLAY
WELL with {YEL!}.

Mondays 6:15-7:15 pm MMS Cafeteria $95/6 sessions
#502-002 Jan 27-March 9, omit Feb 17
#501-014 January 11
#502-001 March 21 Fencing Spring Session
#503-001 April 25
Get pumped and primed for the year end Spring Fencing Championship.*
Home Alone Coaches will also hold an in-class tournament toward the end of the session.
*Spring Fencing Championship invites students from all over the state. There
Ages 8-10 is a separate fee. Students are encouraged to attend, but not required.
Learn information to make sure #503-002 April 6-May 18, omit April 13, classes on 4/27 & 5/4 in MMS Gym
you're comfortable and safe when For Fencing Team, Grades 6-12, see page 26.
staying home alone, whether for five
minutes or a couple of hours. Does Conquer Ninja Rec Team
your child know what to do in case
of a fire? If there is a stranger at the Ages 6-13
door? How to use the Internet safely? Ninja Obstacle Training is extremely popular with kids and is a fun, unique way
If they get hungry and want a snack? to develop confidence, strength, endurance, balance, and friendships! Sign up
Our Home Alone class will provide today to see how Ninja is easily one of the fastest growing sports today! Not only
many necessary tools so your child is is it the fastest growing sport, but it is the fastest growing cross- training sport as
well-equipped to stay home without well. Athletes benefit from training in agility, power, perseverance, and resilience;
an adult. Kids will make first aid kits attributes that all athletes strive to improve.
and learn about fire escape routes,
first aid, kitchen safety, boredom Our Conquer Rec Team is designed for youth, ages 6-13 of all experience levels.
busters & more. Bring a water bottle Our Rec Team will practice on real obstacles inspired by the tv show such as warped
and a peanut free snack. walls, salmon ladders, tilting ladders and so much more during their weekly practice.
Rec Team members will learn the styles and techniques to develop their Ninja Skills
Saturdays 9 am-12 pm with over 40 different obstacles! This 8 week long Rec Team consists of 6 practices
CLC Studio 2 $39/1 session and 2 competitions (week 4 and week 8).

#501-017 January 18 Classes take place at: 3203 Corporate Center Drive Burnsville, MN 55306
#502-003 February 29
#503-003 April 18 $175/8 sessions Fridays, 5:00-6:00pm

#502-004 Session 1: January 10-February 28
Competitions on January 31 and February 28

#503-004 Session 2: April 10-May 29
Competitions on May 1 and May 29


Southern Metro Chess Tournament or separate grade levels based on the number of YOUTH ENRICHMENT
Grades K-5 (divided by grade) • Swiss Play: Participants are matched against others
Test your mettle against the best chess players of similar skill level and grade. If a player wins
throughout the metro area! Each participant will play more games, they will play against other players
SIX ROUNDS OF TOURNAMENT CHESS! This who have won more often as well. By the 6th
is a fantastic opportunity for students to match their round, we will have a clear champion.
skills against players of similar age and skill level. Sign • Medals & Trophies: Trophies are given out to 1st
up today to take on the best! - 5th place in each grade level category. Medals
are given out based on your performance. Every
• Team Trophy: We take the top four scores from student will get either a trophy or medal by the
each school to calculate the team champion. end of the day.
Whether there is 4 players from a school, 1
player or 20 players. We take the top 4 scores Official USCF rules will apply. Visit our Chess
across divisions k-5. The school with the Tournament FAQ page at YouthEnrichmentLeague.
highest combined score will receive the TEAM com for more answers to your questions. Registrations
CHAMPION TROPHY. We will have team are not taken through Community Ed, please register
trophies for first through third place. at
Saturday, April 11 9 am-3 pm
• Individual Tournament: Students will play 6 MMS Gym & Cafeteria $30
rounds against students of similar grade level (K-
1, 2-3, 4-5). We reserve the option to combine

Life Time Fitness Youth Cliff Hangers II, ages 7-11
(for students who have already
Climb Programs completed Cliff Hangers I)
Join us for age appropriate climbing
classes that teach terminology, safety Thursdays 6-7 pm
and climbing techniques. All classes
held at Life Time Fitness Lakeville. Jan. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 #502-605
Feb. 6, 13, 20, 27 #502-606
$45/3 sessions March 5, 12, 19, 26 #502-607
$55/4 sessions April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 #502-608
$65/5 sessions May 7, 14, 21, 18 #502-609

Mini Monkeys, ages 5-6 Gravity, ages 12-17 5-6 pm
Tuesdays 6-7 pm Tuesdays #502-611
Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28 #502-612
Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28 #502-600 Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25 #502-613 All classes are held at
Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25 #502-601 March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 #502-614 Life Time Fitness
March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 #502-602 April 7, 14, 21, 28
April 7, 14, 21, 28 #502-603 May 5, 12, 19, 26 18425 Dodd Blvd., Lakeville

May 5, 12, 19, 26 #502-604

Cliff Hangers I, ages 7-11

Thursdays 5-6 pm

Jan. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 #502-605
Feb. 6, 13, 20, 27 #502-606
March 5, 12, 19, 26 #502-607
April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 #502-608
May 7, 14, 21, 18 #502-609

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The Basic Skills program will be held at Lakeville Hasse Arena, 8525 215th Street, & Ames Arena 19900 Ipava Ave, Lakeville
Register through the City of Lakeville Parks and Recreation Department at 952-985-4600 or online at
THE PROGRAM: This program is geared toward recreational skaters of all ages and skill levels. Instructors will follow the skill
progressions outlined in Learn To Skate USA Basic Skills. Skaters will be evaluated throughout the session to determine if they are
ready to advance. Our program ratio consists of a 12:1 student/instructor ratio to ensure quality instruction except for the Snow
Plow Sam which is set at an 8:1 ratio.
COST: Each level will be $89 per skater and includes eight half-hour lessons and eight half-hour practices, registration to Learn To
Skate USA and three free public skating passes. $125 P.A.L.S. per session.
REQUIREMENTS: Children in the Snowplow Sam and P.A.L.S. classes must wear a helmet (bike
helmets work well), gloves, and snow pants. All participants must wear mittens or gloves and
provide their own skates or rental skates are available for $3 per person/per class. No double
blades. Lakeville Arenas offers skate sharpening for $5 per pair of skates.

Winter Session begins on 1/4/20 with registration available through 1/6/20

Spring Session begins March 7, 2020. Please check our website in February for more information.


Ages 3-5: Designed to develop preliminary coordination and Designed for skaters 6 and older with little or no skating
strength necessary to move on skates. experience. Will work on forward/backward skating and
P.A.L.S. (Parent and Little Skater, 3—4 years old) stopping.
This class will teach the child and parent how to skate and BASIC 2-3
teach the parents how to teach their child to skate. It’s a Designed for figure skaters that have passed Basic 1 or
great class for the beginning skater. The parent/guardian Snow Plow Sam 3. Will work on backwards, turning and
must be at least 16 years old. introduction to spins.
ADULTS (16 years and older) BASIC 4, 5, 6
This class is designed for the beginner skater up to the Designed for those skaters that have passed Basic 3. Will
advanced. We will teach you either figure skating or hockey work on edges, crossovers and stroking.
skating skills, which ever you would like. This class offers a PRE-FREE SKATE & FREE SKATE 1-6
more one-on-one lesson structure. Designed for those figure skaters that have passed Basic 6.
Free Skate will be divided into four sections—moves in the
field, dance sequence, spins and jumps.

Class Schedule/Registration Information HOCKEY 1-2
You can download a complete class schedule and Fundamentals of hockey skating; skaters will learn to move
faster and be more agile on the ice. All elements will be
registration form by visiting taught without a stick or puck. Will work on forward skating, or by calling the City of backward skating and stopping.
Lakeville Parks and Recreation Department at HOCKEY 3-4 & POWER (6 years and older)
Fundamentals of hockey skating, skaters will learn to move
952-985-4600. faster and be more agile on the ice. All elements will be
taught without a stick or puck. Designed for those skaters
What class does my skater sign up for? that have passed Hockey 2.
All skaters ages 3—5 years old that have never skated before
should sign up for the Snowplow Sam Class. For questions on ONLINE REGISTRATION AVAILABLE AT:
what class to register for please contact LTS Director Tonyea WWW.WEBTRAC.LAKEVILLEMN.GOV
Patterson at: [email protected]

WWW.LAKEVILLEARENAS.ORG | 952-985-2170 | [email protected]

Discover fun!

February 22, 2020
10 a.m.-2 p.m.


Explore activities and sports for all ages
from District and community organizations!


BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT Watch Me Create! Winter Wonderland
Spread winter cheer by drawing ice skating penguins! Enjoy sculpt-
ing an adorable snowman without the freezing cold, draw a snowy
city scene, and paint the Northern Lights!

Meditation, Fitness and Watch Me Grow with Watch Me Create!
Make spring come a little sooner by creating a paper flower collage,
Yoga Fun Boot Camp draw a sunflower field, paint an enchanting forest path, and sculpt a
bouquet of flowers!
Grades K-5 Explore the Desert with Watch me Create!
This fun boot-camp has a little of Step into warmer weather by painting a desert sunset! Draw a suc-
everything! For BOYS and GIRLS, culent garden, sculpt a camel at the oasis, and create a cute succu-
have fun with obstacle courses, lent sign with your name!
trampolines, tunnels, ladders,
building forts, ultimate yoga Soccer Shots
challenges and other fitness activities!
Focus on fine tuning alignment Ages 5-8
and developing greater awareness This class is designed to introduce the young athlete to the sport of soccer
of both body, mind, wellness and through skill development and small group games. Staff will focus on
breathing. Study and practice helping students learn the rules of soccer, while working on team play and
different poses and play a lot of fun sportsmanship. Individual skills taught: shooting, passing, and dribbling,
fitness activities. We will discuss along with learning the strategies of offense and defense.
topics during each session around
how to have fun and be happy, being Drama Lab
positive, respectful, learn to focus
and concentrate, positive energy, love Grades 1-5
and kindness through spirit lifting “She had a blast and enjoyed learning new ways to express herself and build
learning sessions with meditation. her confidence!”
Learn balance, flexibility, agility, “I loved seeing him so enthusiastic about something!”
coordination, speed, motor skills in “She liked sharing her ideas and being part of planning...she also loved just
a group setting with obstacle courses being silly!”
and other fun fitness games. Kids
will also learn healthy eating habits, The reviews are in folks and Drama Lab is a hit! Drama Lab uses games,
positive attitudes, self-confidence, activities, skits, and so much more to unlock your confidence and creativity.
staying active, safety, sportsmanship, For your final class, you and your friends will present a whacky comedy
teamwork, decision making, better show for your friends and families! No auditions necessary, every student
focus, energy, emotional control, and belongs on our stage! Sign up now!
social awareness.

“Like” us on Olaf and Friends with Kidcreate Studio

Facebook Grades K-5
If you’re as excited for Frozen 2 as we are, come join us on an Arendelle adventure! We’ll travel through the kingdom with Olaf and his friends,
LakevilleAreaEnrichment using paint, clay, and so much more to create many icy masterpieces. We’ll
even get in touch with our ice powers and create our very own snow globes
and Olaf bobble heads! This is a class Frozen fans won’t want to miss!


Golf with the Pros! Golf Squad® BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT

Grades K-5
Golf Squad® classes are the most professionally
instructed, convenient, and organized way of
bringing golf education to people of all ages. All
Golf Squads are taught by PGA Professionals only.
In a social and fun environment, people learn the
vocabulary, etiquette, safety, social and technical
aspects necessary to enjoy golf for a lifetime.

STEM FUNDamentals using LEGO®! Junior Robotics

Grades K-4 Grades 1-5
Level up your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and 21st Century Robotics Enrichment using LEGO®
tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Apply real-world concepts in bricks. Each {YEL!} Junior Robotics class follows
physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed four basic components:
projects such as motorcycles, aircraft carriers, conveyor belts, • Teach It!...Each class students are taught the
and rail racers! Design and build as never before, and explore
your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. There are no basic STEM engineering concepts behind each
prerequisites for this course. project.
• Build It!... Students use LEGO® bricks to build
Grandmasters of Chess a soccer goalie, boat, airplane and more.
• Program It!...Then they program the project
Grades K-5 to block shots, weather a fierce storm, spin its
New and returning students invited. Our winter session focuses propeller and more using drag-and-drop icon-
on advanced beginner and intermediate concepts. The {YEL!} based software.
Teach It!...Practice It!...Play It! method keeps chess students • Play It!...Finally they play with their project,
progressing through 60+ chess lessons and thousands of puzzles modify it, create extensions and have fun
as well as guided games and in-class tournaments. Class fee working with it.
includes membership for the session ($49 annual
value). Sign up today to THINK, LEARN and PLAY WELL Sign up today to THINK, LEARN and
with {YEL!}. PLAY WELL with {YEL!}. For more
details about {YEL!} STEM classes, visit

LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of
companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse
this site or program.

Register Early!

Avoid disappointment register
early. Many classes fill quickly or

may cancel if there is
low enrollment.

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BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT Cherry View Christina Huddleston Eastview Elementary JFK Elementary
Elementary Elementary 4-5 pm 4-5 pm
3:25-4:25 pm
4–5 pm

Chess - Winter Drama Lab Chess - Winter Drama Lab
#402 - CV8 #402 - CH2 #402 - EV10 #402 - JF9
Tuesdays, 1/21 -3/17 omit 3/3 Mondays, 1/27 -3/9 omit 2/17 Thurs., 1/23 - 3/19 omit 2/27 Thurs. 1/30 - 3/12 omit 2/27
$129/8 Sessions $95/6 Sessions $129/8 Sessions $95/6 Sessions
IMC Media Center IMC Media Center

Drama Lab Winter Wonderland ** Drama Lab Meditation, Fitness and Yoga
#402 - CV7 #402 - CH4 #402 - EV9 Winter #402 - JF7
Tuesdays, 1/28 -3/10 omit 3/3 Tuesdays, 1/21 -2/11 Mondays, 1/27 -3/9 omit 2/17 Tuesdays, 2/18 -3/17 omit 3/3
$95/6 Sessions $ 69/4 Sessions $95/6 Sessions $69/4 Sessions
Commons Art Room *3:25-4:40 pm IMC IMC **8:15 - 9:15 am

Olaf and Friends*** Explore the Desert** Junior Robotics - Winter Olaf and Friends***
#402 - CV1 #403 - CH6 #402 - EV11 # 402 - JF1
Wednesdays, 2/5-3/4 Tuesdays, 5/5 - 5/26 Wednesdays, 2/5 - 3/11 Mondays, 2/3-3/9 omit 2/17
$85/5 Sessions $69/4 Sessions $95/6 Sessions $85/5 Sessions
Art Room Art Room *3:25-4:40 pm IMC Art Room

Soccer Shots Golf Squad Meditation, Fitness and Yoga Winter Wonderland**
#402 - CV2 #403 - CH1 Winter #402 - EV7 #402 - JF4
Thurs., 1/23 -3/19 omit 2/27 & 3/5 Mondays, 4/6 -5/18 omit 4/13 Tuesdays, 2/18 -3/17 omit 3/3 Wednesdays, 1/22 -2/12
$145/7 Sessions $179/ 6 Sessions $69/4 Sessions $69/4 Sessions
Gym *4-4:45 pm Outside IMC Art room *4-4:45 pm

Winter Wonderland ** STEM FUNDamentals - LEGO Olaf and Friend** Explore the Desert**
#402 - CV4 #403 - CH3 #402 - EV1 #403 - JF6
Thursdays, 1/23 -2/20 omit 2/6 Wednesdays, 4/8 -5/13 Tuesdays, 1/28 -2/25 Wednesdays, 5/6 - 5/27
$69/4 Sessions $135/ 6 Sessions $85/5 Sessions $69/ 4 Sessions
Art room *4-5:15 pm IMC Art Room Art room *4-5:15 pm

Chess - Spring Watch Me Grow** Soccer Shots Golf Squad
#403 - CV9 #403 - CH5 #402 - EV2 #403 - JF3
Tuesdays, 3/31-5/26 omit 5/5 Tuesdays, 3/31 - 4/21 Wed., 1/22 -3/18 omit 2/12 Thursdays, 4/16-5/21
$129/8 Sessions $69/4 Sessions $179/8 Sessions $179/ 6 Sessions
IMC Art Room *3:25-4:40 pm Gym * 4-4:45 pm Outside

Explore the Desert** Winter Wonderland** Meditation, Fitness and Yoga
#403 - CV6 #402 - EV4 Spring #403 - JF8
Thursdays, 5/7 -5/28 Mondays, 1/27 -2/24 omit 2/17 Tuesdays, 4/14 -5/5
$69/4 Sessions $69/4 Sessions $69/ 4 Sessions
Art room *4-5:15 pm Art room Outside **8:15 - 9:15 am

Golf Squad Chess - Spring Watch Me Grow**
#403 - CV3 #403 - EV12 #403 - JF2
Mondays 4/6 -5/18 omit 4/13 Thursdays, 4/2 -5/21 Wednesdays, 4/1-4/22
$179/6 Sessions $129/8 Sessions $69/4 Sessions
Outside IMC Art room *4-5:15 pm

Watch Me Grow** Explore the Desert**
#403 - CV5 #403 - EV6
Thursdays 3/12 - 4/9, omit 3/26 Mondays, 5/4 - 6/1 omit 5/25
$69/4 Sessions $69/4 Sessions
Art room *4-5:15 pm Art room *4-5:15 pm

** with Watch Me Create! Golf Squad
*** with Kidcreate Studio #403 - EV3
Thursdays, 4/16-5/21
$179/6 Sessions

“Like” us on Junior Robotics - Spring
#403 - EV13
Wednesdays, 4/1-5/6
Facebook $95/6 Sessions
LakevilleAreaEnrichment Meditation, Fitness and Yoga
Spring #403 - EV8
Tuesdays, 4/14 -5/5
$69/4 Sessions
Do you have a new class idea? Outside

Email Amy to suggest it, [email protected] Watch Me Grow**
#403- EV5
Mon., 3/30 - 4/27 omit 4/13
$69/4 Sessions
36 Art room

Lake Marion Lakeview Elementary Oak Hills Elementary Impact Academy at BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT
Elementary 3:25-4:25 pm 3:20-4:20 pm Orchard Lake

4-5 pm Elementary 4-5 pm

Drama Lab Chess - Winter Chess - Winter Drama Lab
#402 - LM1 #402 - LV1 #402 - OH1 #402 - OL1
Mondays, 1/27 -3/9 omit 2/17 Fridays, 1/24 - 3/13 Mondays, 1/13 - 3/16 omit Thursdays, 1/30 - 3/19
$95/6 Sessions $129/8 Sessions 1/20 & 2/17 omit 2/20 & 2/27
IMC Media Center $129/8 Sessions $95/6 Sessions
Media Center Music Room

Meditation, Fitness and Yoga Junior Robotics - Winter Drama Lab Winter Wonderland**
Fun Boot Camp - Winter #402 - LV2 #402 - OH2 #402 - OL2
#402 - LM8 Mondays, 1/27 - 3/9 omit 2/17 Mondays, 1/27 -3/9 omit 2/17 Fridays, 1/24 - 2/14
Mondays, 2/3 - 3/2 Omit 2/17 $95/6 Sessions $95/6 Sessions *4-5:15 pm
**8:15 - 9:15 am IMC IMC $69/4 Sessions
$69/4 Sessions Art room

Soccer Shots Winter Wonderland** Junior Robotics - Winter Explore the Desert**
#402 - LM2 #402 - LV3 #402 - OH3 #403 - OL6
Fridays, 1/24 -3/13 omit 3/6 Tuesdays, 1/21 - 2/11 Fridays, 1/31 - 3/6 Fridays, 5/8 - 5/29
$145/7 Sessions *3:25-4:40 pm $95/6 Sessions *4-5:15 pm
Gym $69/4 Sessions IMC $69/4 Sessions
Art room Art room

Winter Wonderland ** Chess - Spring Chess - Spring Golf Squad
#402 - LM3 #403 - LV4 #403 - OH4 #403 - OL5
Thursdays, 1/23 -2/13 Tuesdays, 4/7 -5/26 Mondays, 3/30 - 6/1 omit 4/13 Wednesdays, 4/15 - 5/20
*4-5:15 PM $129/8 Sessions & 5/25 $179/6 Sessions
$69/4 Sessions Media Center $129/8 Sessions Outside
Art room Media Center

Explore the Desert** Explore the Desert** Golf Squad Meditation, Fitness and Yoga
#403 - LM4 #403 - LV5 #403 - OH5 Fun Boot Camp - Spring
Thursdays, 4/30 - 5/28 Tuesdays, 5/5 -5/26 Wednesdays, 4/15 - 5/20 #403 - OL4
omit 5/7 *3:25-4:40 pm $179/6 Sessions Mondays, 4/20 -5/11
*4-5:15 PM $69/4 Sessions Outside $ 69/4 Sessions
$69/4 Sessions Art room Outside
Art room

Golf Squad Golf Squad Junior Robotics - Spring Watch Me Grow**
#403 - LM5 #403 - LV6 #403 - OH6 #403 - OL7
Tuesdays, 4/14 - 5/19 Tuesdays, 4/14-5/19 Fridays, 4/3 - 5/22 omit 4/10 Fridays, 4/3 - 5/1 omit 4/10
$179/6 Sessions $179/6 Sessions & 4/24 *4-5:15 pm
Outside Outside $95/6 Sessions $69/4 Sessions
IMC Art room

Meditation, Fitness and Yoga Junior Robotics - Spring ** with Watch Me Create!
Fun Boot Camp - Spring #403 - LV7 *** with Kidcreate Studio
#403 - LM9 Mondays, 3/30 -5/11 omit
Mondays, 4/20 -5/11 4/13
**8:15 - 9:15 am $95/6 Sessions
$69/4 Sessions IMC

STEM FUNDamentals using Watch Me Grow**
LEGO #403 - LV8
#403 - LM6 Tuesdays, 3/31 - 4/21
Mondays, 4/6 - 5/18 omit 4/13 *3:25-4:40 pm
$135/ 6 Sessions 69/4 Sessions
IMC Art room

Watch Me Grow**
#403 - LM7
Thursdays, 4/2 - 4/23
*4-5:15 PM
$69/4 Sessions
Art room Email Do you have a new class idea?
Amy to suggest it, [email protected]

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GYMNASTICSJoin your neighbors and friends at the gym! Lakeville Community Education Were you previously in a class
Gymnastics is the fastest growing recreation program in the area. With at another gymnastics academy
experienced coaching staff and better student ratios than most gymnastics
academies, we provide a terrific program at a reasonable price. We have classes and aren’t sure what level to
for children as young as 1 year old, classes for children with special needs (see register for? Check out our
page 20), and classes for boys and girls, from beginner to advanced. Don’t comparison chart online at
miss out, space is limited and classes fill fast!
Experience a quality, affordable, safe, fun gymnastics program! While using
the spring floor, uneven bars, tumble track, vault and balance beam, students Dynamic Dudes $124
will develop motor skills, balance, strength and coordination. Classes meet in
Auxiliary Gym D at Lakeville South High School. Parent observation during Ages 4-12
classes is available. Only registered students are allowed to participate in This is a beginner to advanced
classes. Email Cheryl, Gymnastics Coordinator, at [email protected] beginner level class. It teaches the
or call the Community Education office at 952-232-2169 with questions. basics of men’s gymnastics events
including rings, vault, pommel
All Winter classes are 9 sessions except Tuesday horse/mushroom, floor, and high
classes which are 8 sessions. bar. Our program is designed to keep
pace with the high energy levels of
Parent and Tot        Tiny Tumblers $124 young boys, while also improving
Thursdays & Fridays $69 strength, coordination, flexibility,
Ages 3 ½-5 and confidence.
Tuesdays $61 This class is designed with the #502-717           Mondays
energies and abilities of a preschooler Jan 13-March 16 6:45-7:40 pm
18 months to 3 years in mind. It is an informative and (omit Feb 17)
Calling all parents with toddlers! This fun introduction to gymnastics.
program is designed to engage the For children that are ready to start #502-720 Saturdays
little ones while expending enough with the basics, we will work with Jan 18-March 14 2-2:55 pm
energy for a good night’s sleep. Our each child to develop their skills on
new program will take your toddler events including floor, bars, beam, Mat Rats $224
step by step through the basics of and vault. Your child will grow as Ages 6–12 with instructor approval
gymnastics, while promoting fitness, a gymnast and become more fit,
flexibility and socialization. coordinated, flexible and balanced. This is an intermediate level
This course will have your child gymnastics class for students who
#502-704 Tuesdays falling in love with gymnastics! have demonstrated readiness for
Jan 14-March 31 6-6:30 pm #502-701 Mondays more rigorous gymnastics training.
(omit Jan 21, Feb 4, Mar 3 & 24) Jan 13-March 16 5:45-6:40 pm If you are looking for a challenging
(omit Feb 17) gymnastics program, but less of a
#502-710 Thursdays time commitment than traditional
Jan 16-March 12 6-6:30 pm #502-708 Wednesdays competitive gymnastics programs,
Jan 15-March 11 6:45-7:40 pm this fun, flexible program is for
#502-713 Fridays you. On beam, students will learn
Jan 17-March 13 5:45-6:15 pm #502-714 Saturdays cartwheels and handstands, plus
Jan 18-March 14 3-3:55 pm jumps and turns. Our coaches will
help develop stronger round offs
Save $10 by registering and handstands and will introduce
before January 8! harder skills including walkovers and
handsprings.This class will develop
connections during floor routines
and basic choreography as well
as intermediate skills on bars and


#502-715 Saturdays
Jan 18-March 14 12-1:55 pm


Twisters 1 $124 NEW! GYMNASTICS

Fridays starting this winter!!
Pay online in advance to save, or
purchase a punch card to save even
9 visits: $45
Pay online per visit: $6
Pay at the door: $7
*cash or check only when paying in
person at the gym

Tuesdays $110 OPEN GYM

Ages 5–9 Ages 1-4
It’s cold outside, are you looking for a
This is an exciting introductory gymnastics class for students that have fun activity to do with your toddler/
had very limited or no gymnastics training. Students will learn skills on preschooler? Lakeville Community
all events including bars, beam, floor and vault. At the end of each class, Ed gymnastics is offering a weekly
students will be invited to jump on our tumble track! Our staff are trained Friday evening open gym class.
to help aspiring gymnasts to work to the best of their abilities. This program is a fun alternative
to a traditional class. Students are
#502-705 Tuesdays Jan 14-March 31 6:35-7:30 pm encouraged to play and explore the
(omit Jan 21, Feb 4, Mar 3 & 24) gym with their parents. Come and
#502-707 Wednesdays Jan 15-March 11 5:45-6:40 pm jump on the trampoline, climb on
#502-702 Thursdays Jan 16-March 12 6:35-7:30 pm obstacles, play with the parachute
#502-716 Saturdays Jan 18-March 14 2-2:55 pm) and enjoy unlimited bubbles!

Twisters 2 $124

Tuesdays $110 #502-721 Jan 17-March 13
6:20-7:35 pm
Ages 5 ½-12

If your child has successfully completed a basic beginners class and is Ages 5-12
ready to learn new skills with higher difficulty, then Twisters 2 is the right
class for your child. On floor, children will learn backbends, straddle Are you looking for a healthy
rolls, and perfect their cartwheels. On beam, students learn correct turns, alternative for the kids on a Friday
jumps and mounts. On bars, students will learn correct form for pullovers night? Bring them to the gym to
and casts and try out the high bar! socialize, play and have fun! We will
have vaulting, floor, beams and bars
#502-723 Mondays Jan 13-March 16 (omit Feb 17) 6:45-7:40 pm for your children to try, plus games
#502-706 Tuesdays Jan 14-March 31 7:35-8:30 pm and events. Our open gym program
(omit Jan 21, Feb 4, Mar 3 & 24) is perfect for boys and girls to explore
#502-709 Wednesdays Jan 15-March 11 5:45-6:40 pm the gym and burn some calories.
#502-711 Thursdays Jan 16-March 12 6:35-7:30 pm

#502-722 Jan 17-March 13
7:40-9:00 pm
Twisters 3 $124

5 ½-13 years

Students that have completed an advanced beginner class and are ready to
try a more vibrant foundational intermediate class are encouraged to try
our Twisters 3 program. While less intensive than Mat Rats, Twisters 3
provides core gymnastics skills in all events including limbers, walkovers,
and round offs on floor, pullovers and hips circles on bars, cartwheels and
handstands on beams.

#502-703 Mondays Jan 13-March 16 (omit Feb 17) 7:45-8:40 pm
#502-712 Wednesdays Jan 15-March 11 7:45-8:40 pm
#502-718 Thursdays Jan 16-March 12 7:35-8:30 pm
#502-719 Saturdays Jan 18-March 14 12-12:55 pm

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AQUATICS & SAFETYLearn to swim with Lakeville Area Community Ed!
Our caring and dedicated instructors are Red Cross trained and certified to help your child enjoy developing
swimming and water safety skills in a positive learning environment. Safety topics are included in all classes: basic
water safety, healthy swimming, safe water entry, helping yourself and others in an emergency, and safe weather
conditions for swimming. Pre-requisite for each level is the mastery of skills from the preceding level or equivalent
skills. Each child is provided with a skill assessment within the first two classes to determine appropriate level
placement. Each student receives a progress report at the middle of the session and at the end of the session. It is
common for a child to repeat a level before mastering all skills. Semi-Private lessons must register 2 swimmers and
it is recommended the students are at a similar skill level.

For complete class descriptions and comparison of levels to other swim programs,
please visit our website:

Parent/Child Lessons Prices and schedules on page 42-43. Beginner 2

Aqua Tots Preschool Lessons Participants learn to swim without
flotation. Skills include: jump into
Ages 9 months – 5 years Recommended for ages 3-5 years chest-deep water and return to the
(with parent or guardian) edge of pool, bob underwater, blowing
Enjoy swimming with your child Aqua Kids 1 bubbles, front float, 10 sec., front glide,
while building swimming readiness turn and swim back to the wall, back
by emphasizing fun in the water Participants become comfortable in float, 10 sec., back glide, roll over,
accompanied by a parent or guardian. the water learning basic skills without turn and swim back to the wall, tread
Parents learn to help their child a parent. Skills (may be performed water, 10 sec., paddle stroke on front,
adjust to the water and develop safety with flotation): enter the water 15 yd., back crawl, 5 yd., elementary
awareness. Skills introduced (with independently, submerge head, bob backstroke arms, 10 yd.
flotation or assistance): enter the underwater/blow bubbles, front
water, submerge head, bob underwater/ float/glide face in water, 3 sec. each, Intermediate 1
blow bubbles, front float/glide face back float/glide, ears in water, 3 sec.
in water, 3 sec. each, back float/glide, each, paddle stroke on front, 5 yards, Participants learn to be comfortable
ears in water, 3 sec. each. For complete elementary backstroke, 5 yards. with new skills in deep water and learn
class description, please visit our front crawl, back crawl and elementary
website. *Each participant must be Aqua Kids 2 backstroke to basic standards of
accompanied by an adult. competency. Skills include: jump into
Participants continue to develop deep water, kneeling dive, survival float,
40 skills without a parent. Skills (may 20 sec., back float, 20 sec., tread water,
be performed with flotation or 20 sec., front crawl, 15 yd., back crawl,
assistance from instructor) include: 15 yd., elementary backstroke, 15 yd.,
jump into chest-deep water and return breaststroke kick, 15 yd.
to the edge of pool, bob underwater,
blowing bubbles, front float, 10 sec., Intermediate 2
front glide, turn and swim back to
the wall, back float, 10 sec., back Participants increase endurance,
glide, roll over, turn and swim back improve competency for strokes
to wall, paddle stroke on front, 5 yd., learned in Intermediate 1 and learn
elementary backstroke 5 yd. breaststroke to basic standards of
competency. Skills include: standing
School Age Lessons dive, swim under water 5 yds. and
retrieve object, feet-first surface dive,
Recommended for ages 5 and up. somersault, open turn: front/back
crawl, tread water, 1 min., front crawl,
Beginner 1 25yd., elementary backstroke, 25yd.,
back crawl, 25 yd., breaststroke, 15 yd.,
Participants become comfortable in the dolphin kick, 15 yd.
water learning basic skills. Skills (may
be performed with flotation): jump
into chest-deep water, bob underwater,
blowing bubbles, front float, face in
water, 3 sec., front glide, face in water,
back float, ears in water, 3 sec., back
glide, ears in water, roll over: front to
back/back to front, paddle stroke on
front, 5 yd., elementary backstroke 5 yd.

Advanced 1 Private/ AQUATICS & SAFETY
Semi Private
Participants learn advanced skills
used in competitive swimming and Designed for personalized 1:1 or 1:2
lifeguarding, improve competency (instructor:student) instruction for
for strokes learned in Intermediate 2 youth and adults. Perfect for the hes-
and learn butterfly and sidestroke to itant swimmer or adult learner. Must
basic standards of competency. Skills provide both names for semi private
include: shallow dive, head-first surface lessons. It is recommended the 2 stu-
dive to 7 ft. and retrieve object, flip turn: dents are at a similar skill level.
front/back crawl, tread water, 2 min.
using different kicks, front crawl, 50 yd., Adaptive
back crawl, 50 yd., breaststroke, 50 yd.,
butterfly, 15 yd., sidestroke, 15 yd.

Advanced 2 This class is for students age 18 months
through adult with mild special needs,
Participants continue to learn skills including neurological, developmental,
used in competitive swimming and and cognitive, who will benefit from
lifeguarding, improve endurance and one on one instruction. Instructor
perfect strokes. Skills include: com- will work with the parent/guardian
petitive breaststroke turn, competitive to determine student goals that will
butterfly turn, tread water-kick only meet a variety of sensory challenges
for 2 min., front crawl, 100 yd., back including visual, auditory, physical
crawl, 100 yd., breaststroke, 100 yd., and movement, all while learning
butterfly, 50 yd., sidestroke, 50 yd. swimming skills. Ratio = 1:1, parent

Brinogptehne sfawmimily! to does not need to get into the water Swim Lesson Reminders
with the student.
• Need to transfer or cancel a
Open Swim Dates class? Please see our transfer
or refund policy on page 75.
McGuire Middle School Pool
• Fee Assistance is available to
Fridays • 6:30-8:30 pm NO SCHOOL DAYS • 1-3 pm those who qualify for Free or
January 17, 24, 31 January 20 Reduced lunch. See page 75
March 24 for more information.
February 7, 14, 21, 28 March 25
March 6, 13 March 26 • Classes with 1 or 2 students
April 3, 17, 24 registered will be 30 minutes
for the following levels:
Cost: $4 Youth, $6 Adult • Aqua Kids 2, Beginner 1 & 2
• Intermediate 1 & 2
*Payment taken in person at the pool. Cash or check only. • Advanced 1 & 2
Groups of 10 or more must register by calling 952-232-2169.

If you are also taking swim lessons with us, don’t forget to use your free
open swim pass on your swim lesson bookmark! Inflatables of any kind are
not allowed in the pool during open swim. Lap lane available by request.

Please confirm all open swim dates and rules on our website:

Pool Rentals Page 75 41
Looking to rent the swimming pool for a private rental, birthday party

or scout group? Please call 952-232-2169 for more information.
You can also reserve the cafeteria (based on availability).

For cafeteria rental, insurance coverage is required. Please call Facilities at
952-232-2163 to get more info and confirm availability.

Registration Information

AQUATICS & SAFETY Winter 2020 Swim Lessons

All winter swim lessons will take place at McGuire Middle School Pool, 21220 Holyoke Ave. W.

Monday and Thursday Evening Lessons Saturday Daytime Lessons

All classes meet once per week. 7 Lessons Price
January 25-March 14
Mondays Thursdays Price
7 Lessons 7 Lessons (omit February 15)
1/27-3/16 1/30-3/12 $64
(omit 2/17) $64 10–10:30 am
$96 Aqua Tots #702-SAT10 $64

5:30–6:00 pm Aqua Kids 1 #702-SAK110 $64

Aqua Tots #702-MAT5 #702-TAT5 Private/Semi Priv. #702-SPR10 $160
Aqua Kids 1
Private/Semi-Priv. #702-MAK15 #702-TAK15 Adapted #702-SAD10 $96

Adapted #702-MPR5 #702-TPR5 10:35–11:20 am

#702-MAD5 #702-TAD5 Aqua Kids 2 #702-SAK2103 $76

6:05-6:50 pm Beginner 1 #702-SB1103 $76

Aqua Kids 2 #702-MAK26 #702-TAK26 $76 Beginner 2 #702-SB2103 $76
Beginner 1 $76
Beginner 2 #702-MB16 #702-TB16 $76 Intermediate 1 #702-SI1103 $76
Intermediate 1 $76
Intermediate 2 #702-MB26 #702-TB26 $76 Intermediate 2 #702-SI2103 $76

Beginner 1 #702-MI16 #702-TI16 $76 11:25-11:55 am
Beginner 2 $76
#702-MI26 #702-TI26 Aqua Tots #702-SAT11 $64

6:55–7:40 pm Aqua Kids 1 #702-SAK111 $64

#702-MB165 Private/Semi Priv. #702-SPR11 $160

#702-TB265 Adapted #702-SAD11 $96

Intermediate 1 #702-MI165 #702-TI165 $76 12:15-1:00 pm
Intermediate 2 $76 #702-SB112
#702-MI265 #702-TI265 $76 Beginner 1 #702-SB212 $76
Advanced 1 $76 Beginner 2 #702-SI112 $76
Advanced 2 #702-MA165 #702-TA165 Intermediate 1 #702-SA112 $76
$160 Advanced 1 #702-SA212 $76
Private/Semi Priv. #702-MA265 #702-TA265 $96 Advanced 2 1:05-1:50 pm $76
7:45-8:15 pm

#702-MPR7 #702-TPR7

#702-MAD7 #702-TAD7

Beginner 1 #702-SB11 $76

Beginner 2 #702-SB21 $76

Intermediate 1 #702-SI11 $76

Intermediate 2 #702-SI21 $76

Advanced 1 #702-SA11 $76

1:55-2:25 pm

Private/Semi Priv. #702-SPR15 $160

Adapted #702-SAD15 $96


Spring 2020 Swim Lessons AQUATICS & SAFETY

All spring swim lessons will take place at McGuire Middle School Pool, 21220 Holyoke Ave. W.

Monday and Thursday Evening Lessons Saturday Daytime Lessons

All classes meet once per week. 7 Lessons Price

Mondays Thursdays 9–9:30 am
7 Lessons 7 Lessons
4/6-5/18 4/2-5/14 Price Aqua Tots #703-SAT19 $64

$64 Aqua Kids 1 #703-SAK19 $64
5:30–6:00 pm $160 Private/Semi Priv. #703-SPR9 $160
Aqua Tots #703-MAT5 #703-TAT5 Adapted #703-SAD9 $96
Aqua Kids 1 $76
Private/Semi Priv. #703-MAK15 #703-TAK15 $76 9:35-10:20 am
Adapted $76
#703-MPR5 #703-TPR5 $76 Aqua Kids 2 #703-SAK293 $76
Aqua Kids 2 $76
Beginner 1 #703-MAD5 #703-TAD5 Beginner 1 #703-SB193 $76
Beginner 2 $76
Intermediate 1 6:05–6:50 pm $76 Beginner 2 #703-SB293 $76
Intermediate 2 $76
#703-MAK26 #703-TAK26 $76 Intermediate 1 #703-SI193 $76
Beginner 1 $76
Beginner 2 #703-MB16 #703-TB16 $76 Intermediate 2 #703-SI293 $76
Intermediate 1
Intermediate 2 #703-MB26 #703-TB26 $160 10:25-10:55 am
Advanced 1 $96
Advanced 2 #703-MI16 #703-TI16 Aqua Tots #703-SAT10 $64

Private/Semi Priv. #703-MI26 #703-TI26 Aqua Kids 1 #703-SAK110 $64
6:55–7:40 pm Private/Semi Priv. #703-SPR10 $160

#703-MB165 Adapted #703-SAD10 $96

#703-TB265 11:15-12:00 pm

#703-MI165 #703-TI165 Beginner 1 #703-SB111 $76

#703-MI265 #703-TI265 Beginner 2 #703-SB211 $76

#703-MA165 #703-TA165 Intermediate 1 #703-SI111 $76

#703-MA265 #703-TA265 Advanced 1 #703-SA111 $76

7:45-8:15 pm Advanced 2 #703-SA211 $76

#703-MPR7 #703-TPR7 12:05-12:50 pm

#703-MAD7 #703-TAD7 Beginner 1 #703-SB112 $76

Beginner 2 #703-SB212 $76

Intermediate 1 #703-SI112 $76

Intermediate 2 #703-SI212 $76

Advanced 1 #703-SA112 $76

Interested in a class that’s full? 12:55-1:25 pm
Please register on the waiting list online.
Private/Semi Priv. #703-SPR125 $160
Additional classes may be added to
accommodate wait lists. Adapted #703-SAD125 $96

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• No child is ever water safe. The goal of swim lessons is to
make children SAFER in, on, and around water.

• 10 people drown each day in the United

• Formal swimming lessons reduce the likeli-
hood of childhood drowning by 88%.

The USA Swimming Foundation’s Make a
Splash initiative is saving children’s lives
through swim lessons. Through Make a Splash, the USA
Swimming Foundation partners with learn-to-swim provid-
ers, community-based water safety advocates, and national
organizations to provide swimming lessons and educate
children and their families on the importance of learning
how to swim.
To learn more, visit

Find us on


Aquatic Certification Classes

Water Safety Assistant

Become certified to assist in teaching swimming
lessons! Hands on experience provided during
class. First Aid and CPR/AED not included.
For students ages 13 and up, eligible for
employment at age 14.
$89/2 sessions
MMS Pool/Room 100
Mon, April 6 & Tues, April 7
3:30 pm – 8 pm

American Heart Association
Basic Life Support Class

Please check on for
spring dates.



I am thrilled to welcome your family to Lakeville Area Schools. 
Minnesotans are accustomed to those things that make us uniquely
Minnesota.  Along with hotdish, Town Ball and the Jucy Lucy,
Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) is uniquely Minnesota.

Lakeville ECFE is a program of Lakeville Area Schools
Community Education and offers a selection of offerings that
support, encourage, and educate our youngest community
members and their families.  I encourage you to browse our class and event offerings and stop in at the Crystal Lake
Education Center where a warm Lakeville ECFE welcome awaits your family. 

We are committed to creating an inclusive and welcoming learning space for families to learn, create, and explore

We hope you can join us!
Cindy Magnuson, Early Childhood Family Education & Screening Manager

What happens in ECFE classes?

1. Growing Together: For You and Your Child
Half of each class is devoted to activities planned by a licensed early childhood teacher for parents and children
to explore together. Together you can enjoy learning through art, music, stories and a variety of developmental
activities. It is an opportunity to learn new ideas, games and activities that you can do at home.

2. Growing Independently: For Your Child
The remaining portion of each class is for children to have fun learning through play using art, movement,
games and stories with the licensed early childhood teacher, the classroom assistant and the other children. New
friendships are formed and children discover aspects of “me” while they learn apart from you. The goal of the
children’s program is to develop a healthy self-concept and a joy of learning.

3. Growing Confidently: For You
While children take part in the children’s program, parents join with other parents in an informal group setting
for discussion time led by a licensed parent educator. Being a parent is enjoyable, complex, and at times, stressful.
Parents have the opportunity to choose and discuss current family topics, share ideas and concerns and feel
encouraged by the support of others.

Mornings Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

CLEC Rainbow Terrific Twos Explore-Create… Twos & Threes Growing Kids Twos & Threes
CLEC Sunshine Explore-Create… Terrific Twos Step Into Learning Twos & Threes Multiples
CLEC Moon Busy Bodies Little Explorers Wonderful Ones Busy Bodies —
CLEC Star — — — Step Into Learning
READY, Set, Grow Stepping Stones
Afternoon — Family School Pop-In Play Stepping Stones —
Infant Pop In — Family School Family School —
CLEC Rainbow — Family School — Family School —
CLEC Sunshine — Twos & Threes Family School Preschool Investigators —
CLEC Moon — Wonderful Ones
CLEC Star — Explore-Create… —
— Infant Pop-In —

CLEC Rainbow

ECFE Registration Information Page 46 45

EARLY CHILDHOOD FAMILY EDUCATIONRegistration for ECFE is easy! ECFE Sliding Fee Scale

Registration for classes is first come, first serve. ECFE uses a sliding-fee scale based upon your family’s yearly
Public registration begins Jan. 2 at 6:00 am. gross income. Classes are a 14-16 week semester. No family
W inter/Spring Semester begins Jan. 27 is denied the opportunity to participate due to inability
1. Mail or drop off your registration form, found on to pay. Grants are available for families residing within
Lakeville Area School District attendance boundaries; only
page 74, and payment to: one grant available per family/per semester. Grants are not
Crystal Lake Education Center available for sibling care.

16250 Ipava Ave., Lakeville, MN 55044 ECFE Sliding Fee Scale
2. Online registration is available
Annual One Child 2nd child same Household Income Full Payment class
Click on Register at top of page.
3. In Person. The Crystal Lake Education Center is over $100,000 $160 ½ payment
open Monday–Friday 8 am to 4 pm. After-hours $80-$100,000 $150 $80
drop boxes available. $60-$80,000 $134 $75
4. Registration questions call 952-232-3006 $40-$60,000 $124 $67
$20-$40,000 $88 $62
Worry Free ECFE Less than $20,000 grant $44
If you find that the class is not the right fit for you or
your child, simply contact us before the second week of • Sibling Care fee $68/per child (semester)
class and you can transfer to another available class or • Second child in the same class, pay ½ the fee
receive a full refund. • Include check or credit card info.

Additional Information

• Unless noted, classes have parent-child separation
time. If parenting is during the first half of class, it is

• Winter/Spring Semester will run Jan. 27–
May 22

• No ECFE classes Feb. 17, Mar. 23-27, Apr.
10, and Apr. 13

• 5-year-old children not attending
Kindergarten are welcome to attend our

• Once in Kindergarten children are
welcome to be included in sibling care.

• Sibling Care is offered for children 6 weeks
to 5 yrs. Infants (6 weeks–6 months) may
be registered for sibling care or stay with
their parents in class.

• Classes are held at the Crystal Lake
Education Center (CLEC), 16250 Ipava
Ave. (Rainbow, Sunshine, Moon and Star


Infants Pop-In Playtime Little Explorers
9–18 mos. Non-separating
0–12 mos. Non-separating
As your little one moves from
These FREE playtimes FREE crawling to walking come explore
provide an opportunity our classroom with activities just
to meet other parents with
babies. Explore our infant classroom right for toddlers. Meet other parents
and discuss parenting questions with going through the same stages while
a licensed parent educator. Keep you discuss the joys and challenges
tabs on your infant’s growth with a of parenting. You and your child
weekly weight check option. Come will stay together during the parent
to just one or all; pop-in playtime is discussion
a flexible format to meet the needs
of busy parents and give families an #202-103 Tuesdays
Jan. 28-May 19 9:30-11 am
opportunity to learn about ECFE. CLEC Moon Rm. Sib Care
Teacher: Kirsten
No registration required. Busy Bodies

DAYTIME Wonderful Ones 15–30 mos.
Mondays 12:30-2:00 pm
Jan. 27-May 18, no class 2/17, 3/23 Join us as you and your toddler
& 4/13 CLEC Moon Rm. 12–24 mos. discover safe and age appropriate
activities including art, music and
Teacher: Jenica Learning takes place for your one-year sensory play. Parents will gain
old as they are moving and exploring, knowledge and support from a
EVENING often not far from their parent. We will licensed parent educator and other
Thursdays 6-7:30 pm discuss the wonders and challenges of parents during discussion time.
1/16, 2/20, 3/19, 4/16 & 5/7 one-year olds with our licensed parent
CLEC Moon Rm. educator. Note: Evening option, non-
Teachers: Jenica & Connie separating. #202-106 Mondays
Jan. 27-May 18, no class 2/17 & 4/13
• Jan. 16 Purposeful Play #202-104 Tuesdays CLEC Moon Rm. 9:15–11:15 am

• Feb. 20 Sleep Jan. 28-May 19 6:00-7:30 pm Sib Care
• Mar. 19 Development CLEC Moon Rm. Sib Care
• Apr. 16 Mindful Parenting Teacher: Connie Teachers: Sheri & Connie

#202-105 Wednesdays #202-107 Thursdays
Jan. 30-May 21 9:15–11:15 am
• May 7 Summer Fun with Baby Jan. 29-May 20 9:30-11:00 am CLEC Moon Rm. Sib Care

CLEC Moon Rm. Sib Care Teachers: Sheri & Jenica
Teachers: Sheri & Connie

New Baby? Congratulations!

Please take a few moments to complete the
census form on the web address below and
return to: Crystal Lake Education Center,
16250 Ipava Ave., Lakeville, MN 55044

Community Education ECFE web site:

ECFE Registration Information Page 46 47


Terrific Twos

24–36 mos.

We’ll have two hours of fun that
can move you and your child from
tantrums to triumphs! Activities
will be available to stimulate that
exuberance and curiosity. Join other
parents in their quest to understand
and appreciate the terrific twos with
the support of a licensed parent

#202-108 Mondays
Jan. 27-May 18, no class 2/17 & 4/13
CLEC Rainbow Rm. 9:15–11:15 am
Sib Care
Teachers: Charlene & Jenica Terrific Twos & Thrilling Threes

#202-109 Tuesdays 24–48 mos.

Jan. 28-May 19 9:15–11:15 am Independence, language, problem solving and social skills are
CLEC Sunshine Rm. Sib Care emerging during these ages. The classroom will foster all these
Teachers: Sheri & Jenica developing skills. You can learn, share and appreciate this stage of
parenting during parent discussion time.

#202-110 Tuesdays Jan. 28-May 19
CLEC Rainbow Rm. 6:00–7:30 pm Sib Care
Teachers: Charlene & Jenica

ECFE Dates of Interest #202-111 Wednesdays Jan. 29-May 20
CLEC Rainbow Rm. 9:15–11:15 am Sib Care
Teachers: Charlene & Kirsten

Jan. 27 ECFE Winter/Spring semester #202-112 Thursdays Jan. 30-May 21
begins CLEC Sunshine Rm. 9:15–11:15 am Sib Care

Feb. 3 Speaking of Kids—Screenagers: Teachers: Kirsten & Julie
Navigating the Digital Age
#202-113 Fridays Jan. 31-May 22
CLEC Rainbow Rm. 9:15–11:15 am Sib Care
Feb. 22 Sports and Activities Festival Teachers: Charlene & Kirsten

Feb. 17 No ECFE classes - Presidents Day Preschool Investigators - STEAM

Mar. 9 Speaking of Kids - Decoding the 3 yrs.-5 yrs.
Mysteries of the Teen Domain: We will emphasize STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts
The Top Secret Project and Math). Each week we will focus on one of these areas together
for fun and developmentally appropriate activities. Our class will
Mar. 23-27 No ECFE classes - Spring Break also explore the community together with several field trips. A
licensed parent educator will spend quality time discussing current
Apr. 10 No ECFE classes – Spring Break educational trends while your child follows a preschool schedule.

Apr. 13 No ECFE classes - Teacher in-

Apr. 17 Spring Fling Dance #202-114 Thursdays Jan. 30 – May 21
CLEC Star Rm.
May 8 Vehicle Fair & Year End Picnic 12:30–2:30 pm Teachers: Sheri & Jenica



*Openings still available for Winter/Spring 2019/2020, call Tess at 952-232-3006 for more information

Stepping Stones - transition to preschool

Preschool ages 3 & 4 years
Welcome to your child’s first preschool experience!

This class combines the best of both worlds: Traditional ECFE
on Tuesdays and a Preschool experience on Thursdays.

Tuesday afternoons are similar to a Family School
typical ECFE class in that it includes
time for parent/child interaction and Family School is a program that combines ECFE
parent education. During parent/ with Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English as a
child interaction time, the early Second Language (ESL) Education
childhood teacher will set up fun activities that encourage • Learning for children (0-pre-kindergarten) and
emerging literacy and mathematical thinking skills. Parents
will meet with a parent educator and other families to discuss a adults
variety of topics that relate to parenting a preschooler. Parents • Meets Tues.-Wed.-Thurs., 12:30-3:00
meet with the early childhood teacher twice a year to evaluate • Contact Family Outreach Specialist: 952-232-
your child’s progress.
Thursdays you will drop your child off for their preschool #212-126 Tues., Wed., Thur.
experience. Children will practice social skills by sharing, Sept. 2020 – May 2021
taking turns, using manners, pretending, following directions CLEC Sunshine Rm. 12:30–2:30 pm
and listening…all in a play-based environment. Teachers: Julie, Kirsten and Jenica

Children must be 3 on or before Oct. 15. Escuela de Familia

Children are not required to be potty-trained to attend this Family School es un programa que combina ECFE
class. See online description for more details. con Educación Básica para Adultos (ABE) Y Inglés
como Segundo Idioma (ESL) Educación
#212-125 Tuesdays &Thursdays • Aprendizaje para niños (0- pre-kindergarten) y
Sept. 2020-May 2021
CLEC Rainbow Rm. 12:45-2:45 pm adultos
Teachers: Charlene & Jenica • Se reúne el martes-miércoles-jueves,

$40 non-refundable registration fee 12:30-3: 00 pm
Cost: $85/month • Contacte: 952-232-3009

$16/month –Tuesday Sibling Care School Qoyska

Sliding fee scale does not apply to this class School Qoyska waa barnaamij isku daraa ECFE
For tuition assistance options call 952-232-3009 la Waxbarashada aasaasiga ah Adult (ABE) iyo
Ingiriisiga Luqad Labaad ahaan (ESL) Education a
• Waxbarashada carruurta (0- pre-

kindergartener) iyo dadka waaweyn
• Gaarsiisan Tues.-Wed.-Khamiis, 12:30-3:00 pm
• Contact: 952-232-3009

ECFE Registration Information Page 46 49

EARLY CHILDHOOD FAMILY EDUCATIONBirth to Five Classes Explore-Create-Discover

0-5 yrs.

Step into Learning Whether you have one child or more, an infant or a pre-
0-5 yrs. kindergartener, this class offers an opportunity to learn in
a multi-age setting. Learn together through parent/child
Step into learning with your child as they explore and learn. activities, circle time, music, stories and parent discussion.
Infants through pre-kindergarteners will have opportunities In the Parent Education room, parents discuss parenting
for sensory play, social interaction and building topics such as sleep, eating, and toileting as well as how best
developmental skills. Grown-ups will have time to meet to encourage and support learning and development.
with a licensed parent educator to discuss the celebrations #202-117
and frustrations that come with the parenting journey. Mondays
Jan. 27-May 18, no class 2/17 & 4/13
CLEC Sunshine Rm. 9:15–11:15 am
#202-115 Wednesdays Jan. 29-May 20 *Parenting 1st
CLEC Sunshine Rm. 9:15–11:15 am *Parenting 1st Teachers: Julie & Kirsten
Teachers: Julie & Jenica
#202-118 Tuesdays
#202-116 Fridays 9:15–11:15 am Jan. 28-May 19 9:15–11:15 am
CLEC Star Rm. Jan. 31-May 22, no class Apr. 10
*Parenting 1st Teachers: Julie & Jenica CLEC Rainbow Rm.
Teachers: Charlene & Julie

READY, Set Grow!  NEW! #202-119 Thursdays
Jan. 30-May 21 6:00–7:30 pm
Non-Separating, 3-5 years CLEC Rainbow Rm.
This class is designed for families with children entering Teachers: Charlene & Julie
kindergarten in the next two years.  READY, Set, Grow
Life With Multiplesschool readiness skills through a fun thematic approach to

learning.  Three Mondays each month feature stories, songs,
and activities related to a theme that inspires curiosity
provides parents and children with an introduction to

0–5 yrs
On the go and into everything times two or more! Life
with Multiples will provide opportunities for you and your
and wondering. Parents will be provided with readiness children to play, explore and make messes while you connect
information and ideas to support preschool development at with other multiples families. During parent discussion, we
home. This is not a separating class. will talk about the unique joys and challenges you face with
Registration required others parents of twins, triplets and higher order multiples.
Mondays 12:45-2:45 pm
Feb. 3-May 18, no class 2/17, 3/23, 3/30 & 4/13 #202-120 Fridays
Jan. 31-May 22, no class Apr. 10
CLEC Rainbow Rm. CLEC Sunshine Rm. 9:15–11:15 am
Teachers: Charlene
Register for a monthly session for $15 or purchase a Teachers: Sheri & Connie

pre-pay punch card that is good for 3 visits for $15. Growing Kids, Growing Parents

#202-001 February:  Let’s Get Rolling 0-5 yrs.
#202-002 March:  Machines and Me
#202-003 April:  What Are You Wearing?  Explore ECFE with your child and watch how your child
#202-004 May:  Budding Environmentalists will grow with confidence and independence while making
new friends. During parent discussion, we will focus
on positive parenting techniques (including Conscious
Discipline) and developmental milestones, as well as many
other class topics based on parents’ interests and needs.

#202-120 Thursdays
Jan. 30-May 21 9:15–11:15 am
CLEC Rainbow Rm.
*Parenting 1st
Teachers: Charlene & Connie


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