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Lakeville CE Spring Summer 2020

Lakeville Community Education Spring Summer 2020

Spring &



p ro g r a m s and classes
for ALL ages

Adult Enrichment • Youth, Middle School and High School Enrichment
Adult Basic Education • Gymnastics • Aquatics • Early Childhood Family Education

Small Wonders Preschool • Wonder Zone • Kid Zone • Summer Adventures

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Early Childhood Family Education Classes
Pop-in Play
Keep Calm-Parent On
Wonderful Ones & Terrific Twos

Early Childhood Screening
Parent and Tot Gymnastics
Swim Lessons


Small Wonders Summer Camps
Alphabet Adventures
Preschool Prep
Let’s Get Ready for Kindergarten
Wonder Zone Child Care & Enrichment
Gymnastics & Swim Lessons


Youth Enrichment Camps & Programs
Gymnastics & Swim Lessons
Summer Adventures Child Care & Enrichment:

Day Trips, Camps, Swim Lessons and fun!


Academic & Enrichment Camps
Music & Band Lessons
Swim Lessons
Cheerleading Camp
The EDGE: Day trips, projects and camps!


Fitness, Cooking, Crafts and Hobbies
Finances and Retirement Planning
Adult Basic Education: ESL, GED and MORE!

Register now at

or call 952-232-2150

Adult Basic Education........................... 12-13 Independent School District 194 Contents

Adult Enrichment.................................... 4-11 Board of Education
Business, 6-7
Cooking, 7 Zach Duckworth, Chair
Fitness & Health, 8-11 Kathy Lewis, Vice-Chair
Hobbies, Creative Arts & Special Interest, 4-5
Money Matters, 8 Judy Keliher, Clerk
Martial Arts, 22 Bob Erickson, Treasurer

Aquatics & Safety................................. 40-45 Lynn Gorski, Director
Terry Lind, Director
Swim Lessons, 40-41
Spring Swim Lesson Schedule, 42 Superintendent
Summer Swim Lesson Schedule, 43-44 Michael Baumann
Open Swim, 41
Certification Classes, 45 Thank you to Our Advertisers!

Building Key & Locations........................... 81 Moms on the Run

Lakeville Cheerleading.......................... 16-18 Lakeville Parks and Recreation

Community Education Directory................ 80 Angelica Cantanti Choir Thank
From Yours To Mine You!
Early Childhood Family Ed.................... 46-49 Lakeville Arenas
Spring/Summer Infant & Toddler Classes, 46-47
2020-21 ECFE and Stepping Stones, 48 If you are interested in advertising with us,
Family School, 48 please call 952-232-2170.

Early Childhood Screening......................... 49 Para preguntas en español, llame a:
952-232-3063 or 952-232-2067
Facility Scheduling..................................... 80
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Gymnastics............................................ 36-38 layankan Somalihaah: 952-232-3066
ISD194 School Success Liaisons
High School Enrichment........................ 18-21
African American: Regina Smith, 612-440 8828,
Kid Zone School Age Care.................... 67-69 [email protected]
American Indian: Virginia Vogel, 651-895-0205
Middle School Programs....................... 18-21 [email protected]
Somalia: Huda Ali: 952-232-3066,
Registration Information....................... 82-83 [email protected]
Spanish: Hugo Muñoz: 952-232-3063,
River Valley Project Explore....................... 15 [email protected] and
Cassandra Fernandez De Castro, 952-232-2075,
Small Wonders Preschool...................... 50-61 [email protected]
Small Wonders Summer Enrichment, 50-58
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Summer Adventures............................. 70-78

Wonder Zone........................................ 63-66
School Year Wonder Zone, 63-65
Summer Wonder Zone, 66

Youth Enrichment.................................. 18-39
Adaptive Youth Classes, 14
Before and After School, 33-35
Gymnastics, 36-38
Martial Arts, 22
Middle & High School Classes, 18-21
Youth Enrichment, 23-32

Adult EnrichmentBarn Quilt Painting Spring Cleaning Without the Instant Piano for Hopelessly
Toxins Busy People
Join us for a fun night out painting
a stunning Barn Quilt to add some You and your family deserve to live Some music teachers may not want
color to your shed, garage or walls! in a home that is safe for you all. you to know this, but you don’t
The 16” x 16” wood quilt patterns Together we’re going to learn how need years of weekly lessons to
are part of our Design by Line to kick toxic chemicals out of your learn piano. In just a few hours,
projects and are perfect for all skill home! Join us as we share the facts, you can learn enough secrets of the
levels. Each piece has the design dispel myths, and walk you through trade to give you years of musical
etched into the wood, so all you step by step to give easy, simple enjoyment. How do we do it?
need to do is paint with-in the lines. and affordable steps that anyone While regular piano teachers teach
4 designs are available, and you will can take for Spring Cleaning with note reading, piano professionals
select from over 50 colors of paint the best essential oils on the planet. use chords. And you can learn all
the night of the event. (This project It’s time to take control of the yuck the chords you’ll need to play any
is constructed with weatherproof in your home and kick it to the song in this one session. Any song.
material; however, it must be treated curb! Walk away with an all-purpose Any style. Any key. If you can find
cleaner made from essential oils that middle C and know the meaning
with a sealant after painting). you can use throughout your home! of Every Good Boy Does Fine, you
already know enough to enroll
#602-000 Tues., April 28 #602-005 Thur., March 19 in this workshop. Fee includes
6:00-8:30 pm KTMS, Room 101 6:30-7:30 pm CLC, Studio 2 an online book and online video
$49/1 session $15/1 session instruction.
#602-008 Mon., April 20
Glass Mosaic Sign or Picture Photo Organization - Print & 6:30-9:30 pm KTMS, Choir Room
Digital $59/1 session
Frame Instructor: Jim Anderson
Having organized photos assures
Create a beautiful photo frame peace of mind. Learn about a Create a Meaningful
to highlight your special photos. system to once and for all get Vocation
Sign ideas include welcome, house every printed photo, digital photo
numbers, state of MN, flowers. All and your memorabilia organized. Are you dissatisfied with your
the cutting is already done, we just Learn about scanning for slides, vocation and unsure of what
need you and your creativity (or you movies, prints.... backing up, cloud to do next? Are you struggling
can use one of our patterns). Both storage & scanners. We will also with what steps to take to move
projects are wonderful for home demonstrate easy ways to repair forward? Learn how to discover
decorations or to give as gifts. On old photos. You’ll leave with a your natural gifts and talents;
night one, you will design your plan for a system that allows you identify and move past the issues
project and attach the glass pieces. to access every photo you own in that are keeping you stuck; and
On night two, prepare to get messy literally seconds! implement a plan to manifest your
as we grout our projects. vision. This process can provide you
#602-106 Thur., April 23 with the confidence and tools you
#602-002 Mon, May 4 & 11 6:30-8:30 MMS, Lecture Hall need to create a fulfilling vocation
6:00-9:00 pm KTMS, Room 101 $15/1 session that utilizes your unique gifts and
$39 + $14-20 materials fee empowers you to make a difference
in people’s lives.
Clutter Cleanse Health and Wellness 101 #603-009 Tues., April 7
6:30-8:30 CLC, Studio 2
Lighten your life, regain control over Come and explore with me what $29/person, $39/couple
time and clear the clutter to create health coaching is and how you can
peaceful, stress free surroundings. feel healthy every day! I’ll go over
Learn simple and practical ways to why diet fads don’t work and will
organize any space in your home, teach you how you and your family
from the pantry to the playroom can stay healthy no matter the
and everything in between and how season.
to remove clutter that overwhelms
your life. Transforming your space to CLC, Studio 2, 6:00-7:00 pm
help you live a focused life that is $39/1 session
more calm, purposeful, sustainable,
and joyously livable. #603-001 Mon., April 27
#603-000 Tues., April 14 #603-002 Mon., May 18
6:30-8:30 CLC, Studio 2 #603-003 Mon., June 22
$39/1 session #603-004 Mon., July 20
#603-005 Mon., August 17


Special Interest American Foundations – 1607 to 1790 Adult Enrichment

Cooking Skills of Yesteryear at Dakota City Join us for this six session series that explores the
historical foundations behind the four founding
Learn to cook on a wood documents of the United States. Have you ever
fired stove in our 125-year- wondered why we need a government? Why is
old historic farmhouse as you it organized and function the way it does? What
make and eat a rustic meal of rights and liberties does it protect? What gives it
beef stew, biscuits with butter, legitimacy? We will discuss all of these questions and
lemonade and dessert. more by exploring the foundations behind the United
#602-009 State Declaration of Independence, the Articles of
Sat., May 2 Confederation and the US Constitution and Bill of
9 am – 1 pm Rights.
Dakota City, Dakota County Visit the class description online for a full breakdown
Fairgrounds of each weekly lesson!

Tue., April 7, 14, 21, 28, May 5, 12
6:30-8:00 pm CLC, Studio 2

Handcrafts of Yesteryear at Dakota City All 6 Sessions $50/6 sessions
Learn the basics of 1900 handcrafts: knitting,
needlepoint, treadle sewing machine and hat Pick Any 3 $30/3 sessions
decorating. In our historic buildings, you will make #603-107
items to take home with you. Bring your own straw hat
with you to decorate, all other supplies included! The Road to Independence Day - From

#602-010 Plymouth to Philadelphia
Sat., May 2 1:30-4:30 pm
$25/person Follow the road the thirteen separate English
Dakota City, Dakota County Fairgrounds Colonies took to birth a Declaration of
Independence for the United States of America. The
Supporting Emotional Needs of the culmination of 150 years of self-governance in
Gifted (SENG) Model Parent Group America leads to this moment in time. Interactive
Interested in learning more about giftedness?
Consider joining our parent group! A SENG #604-008 Tue., June 23 6:30-7:45 pm
(Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted) Diamondhead Education Center, Burnsville
model parent group is being offered again in our $15/person
district. Join other interested parents/guardians to $25/pair 
discuss such topics as motivation, discipline, stress
management and peer relationships, and gain some
new tips for understanding and supporting your

#602-012 Mon., April 13-May 18 6:30-8 pm
CLC, Studio 2 $175/6 sessions
(Includes a copy of the book, A Parent’s Guide to
Gifted Children by James Webb and materials)

Find us on
Registration Information Page 83 5

Adult EnrichmentPersonal Development • May 6 250 Legitimate Home-Based

All Classes Monday, May 6 Business Ideas
CLC, Studio 2
Tired of working for someone else? Do
The Business Block you need to make extra money? Turn
your talents and hobbies into profits by starting a home
Extreme Couponing! business. Jump into this comprehensive business start
up workshop and discover:
Learn how to save money every day with extreme
couponing. Coupons are NOT just for groceries. • more than 250 legitimate home business ideas
The savings can add up to HUNDREDS or even • mandatory legal documentation
THOUSANDS of dollars every year. This comprehensive • many ways to market your product/service
workshop will teach you: • how to take tax deductions
If you really want to succeed in a home business, this
• where to find all different types of coupons, even step-by-step session is a must!

for high ticket items #602-020 1:00 -3:00 pm
$25/1 session + $20 materials fee due in class
• how to find the best coupon apps and websites
• how to match coupons with sales for maximum Virtual Assistant/Word Processing Business*

savings If you can type, you can make money at home using
your computer. Discover how and where to find clients,
• how to find other people to trade coupons and 50 ways to advertise/market your services, effective
home office equipment choices, and 100 ways to make
merchandise with money with a computer. Learn to be your own boss, set
your own hours, and make more money.
#602-017 10:00-11:00 am
$15/1 session + $10 materials fee due in class

Monetize Websites, Blogs, & Social Media #602-021 3:00-4:00 pm
$15/1 session + $10 materials fee due in class
Earn a passive monthly income from selling other *participants must also be enrolled in “Explore 250
people’s products by placing a merchant-provided Legitimate Home-Based Business Ideas”
advertisement link on your site and get a commission
for every sale, click or lead. Learn where to find 1000+ The Writer’s Block
free and low cost opportunities and how to avoid Introduction to Screenwriting for
scams or links that won’t offer a beneficial return on
investment. Learn how to find high, recurring, and Television or Movies
second-tier commissions. You’ll also learn SEO secrets
to increase your site’s ranking and visibility on search In this comprehensive session, you will learn about
engines like Google. special screenwriting terms and formats for television
and the big screen. Learn how to plot a story, develop
#602-018 11:00 am – 12:00 pm characters, and execute your work in the proper
$15/1 session + $10 materials fee due in class screenwriting format. Discover the difference between
a Treatment, a Spec Script and a Shooting Script and
Mystery Shopping Business* when to do each. And get an inside look into the
business of selling your script to agents and producers.
Have you seen ads telling you how to become a
shopper, but only if you send them a lot of money? #602-022 4:00-5:00 pm
You do not have to pay to begin your new career in $15/1 session + $10 materials fee due in class
this exciting field. Learn how to start your business
endeavor, sign up with legitimate mystery shopping Meet the Agent/Publisher
companies WITHOUT FEES, avoid the pitfalls and
scams, create a required mystery shopping resume and Have you ever wanted to talk to a real agent or
profile, and take care of legalities and taxes regarding publisher? Are you tired of having your manuscripts
this income. critiqued by non-professionals or paying an editor too
much money to change your writing to their voice?
#602-019 12:00-1:00 pm Bring your in-progress manuscript for an in-class
$15/1 session + $10 materials fee due in class critique of one page of your poetry, article, short story,
*participants must also be enrolled in “Explore 250 screenplay, novel, non-fiction book, or children’s book.
Legitimate Home Based Business Ideas” You can then leave a COPY of your manuscript for a
professional critique of your entire manuscript (for an
additional fee) and a list of publishers/agents who are
interested in your type of work.

#602-023 5:00-6:00 pm
$15/1 session + $10 materials fee due in class

Cooking Adult Enrichment

Writing for Online Blogs, Fabulous Fish Dishes

Magazines & Websites Learn to create delicious fish dishes using a few basic techniques. This
menu starts with a mixed greens and garden vegetable salad with a
You don’t need a journalism degree or homemade creamy garlic dressing. We’ll grill fresh tuna steaks with
previously published articles to write for a fabulous Mediterranean style relish served with pasta tossed with
online blogs, magazines, and websites. garlic in olive oil. Moist, flaky Atlantic salmon is slow baked with an
Some opportunities offer exposure, while oven dried tomato and dill butter sauce. Walleye Pike will be lightly
many pay well -- $1 a word and more. breaded and pan-fried to a crispy golden brown and served with
In this fast-paced session, you will learn homemade tarter sauce and mashed potatoes. Key lime pie finishes
how to: find more than 1,000 opportu- topped with fresh whipped cream.
nities that pay, find story ideas, conduct
interviews and find sources, protect your #602-030 Wed., March 18 6:30-8:00 pm
copyright, create query letters, use this LNHS, FACS 102 $35/1 session
credibility to sell other articles or even your
self-published novel, and even how you Tantalizing Thai Cuisine
can create your own blog and monetize it!
Start your evening with Vietnamese spring rolls served with both
#602-024 6:00-7:00 pm hoisin and peanut sauce for dipping. You’ll then prepare Pad Thai
$15/1 session + $10 materials fee blending the vibrant flavors of Thailand with rice noodles using
due in class shrimp, eggs, chilies, garlic, basil, scallions, bean sprouts, sesame oil,
lemon and crushed red pepper flakes. For dessert, Thai lime custard
Beginner’s Guide to Getting topped with fresh whipped cream.

Published #602-031 Mon. April 13 6:30-8:00 pm
LNHS, FACS 102 $35/1 session
If your goal is to become a published
freelance writer by selling a magazine Bodacious Brunch Buffet
article, short story, poem, or even a
novel to a traditional publisher, this Who doesn’t love brunch? Tender scones riddled with fresh berries
comprehensive workshop will guide you and white chocolate, fresh fruit salad with a delightful dip, succulent
to, then past the editor’s desk. You will crab cakes blended with fresh vegetables, herbs and spices then
discover how to: lightly breaded and sautéed to perfection. And then move on to the
quiche and classic eggs benedict, and French toast using fresh baked
• become a “published” writer croissants soaked in a rich bath of eggs and milk, sautéed to a honey
overnight brown crispness with pure maple syrup.

• submit manuscripts the correct way #602-032 Tue., May 5 6:30-8:00 pm
• find the right publisher for your work LNHS, FACS 102 $35/1 session
• write irresistible query letters
• determine when and how to get an
The Art of Sushi
• 100 ways to make money as a Come explore the world of sushi as you create this Japanese delicacy
yourself. We’ll begin by preparing the coveted sushi rice then you’ll
freelance writer learn the art of nigiri-sushi (hand molded rice) topped with shrimp,
unagi, and ahi tuna. Learn how to prepare maki-sushi using a bamboo
#602-025 7:00-9:00 pm mat to roll rice with various fillings in and around Nori (seaweed
$25/1 session + $20 materials sheets). Options and accompaniments will include surimi, cucumber,
fee due in class avocado, cream cheese, teriyaki chicken, tempura onions, spicy mayo,
eel sauce, wasabi, pickled ginger and soy sauce.
Explore 50 Different

Self-Publishing Options* #602-033 Wed., May 27 6:30-8:00 pm
LNHS, FACS 102 $35/1 session
Self-Publishing is all the rage,
but is it the best option for YOU? Discover Cake Decorating Continues!
the pros and cons of all the self-publishing
options, including print-on-demand and Have you taken our first Cake Decorating class with Nancy Burgeson?
e-book publishing, as well as Amazon Then it’s time to keep those decorating skill moving! Learn additional
options. Leave with a rated description of cake decorating skills including new flowers, review of roses, new
50 self-publishing companies. 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
#602-026 9:00-10:00 pm night!
$15/1 session + $10 materials fee
due in class
* participants must be enrolled in #602-034 Thur., April 16-30 6:00-9:00 pm
KTMS, Room 101 $75/3 sessions +
“Beginner’s Guide to Getting Published” $15 materials fee due in class

Registration Information Page 83 7

Adult EnrichmentIncapacity Planning 101 XaBeat Zumba

Learn how to protect yourself XaBeat is a dance- Ditch the Workout! Join the Party!
and others in the event that you fitness program Zumba dancing is a fun, joyful Latin
become incapacitated. Topics that provides high inspired fitness class that combines
covered will include health care intensity cardio and all the rhythms in Latin music
directives and power of attorneys, toning in a party like atmosphere. (Salsa, Cumbia, Merengue, Rumba,
as well as guardianship and The routines are simple and easy Mambo, Belly Dance, Flamenco,
conservatorship for minors in your to follow so participants can Samba, Tango, Reggatone and
care. concentrate on getting a better Hip Hop). Zumba is for all ages,
#602-037 Thur., April 16 workout! XaBeat class participants shapes, sizes, male and female. No
6:30-7:30 pm MMS, Lecture Hall sculpt their bodies and burn experience is required. In this total
$5/1 session calories without even realizing they body workout FUN comes first and
are working out. All fitness levels the physical benefits follow. Stress
Retirement Planning Today are welcome. Dress in workout levels are reduced and energy is
clothes, bring a water bottle and increased as you blast calories and
This in-depth Retirement Education towel, jingle skirts are available for tone your body.
course is designed to prepare you use but not required.  Instructor: Jessie Zeien
for a successful retirement.  You will Monday Instructor: LaChel Hird Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 pm
learn how to manage Investment Wednesday Instructor: Stacy Leong LNHS, Dance Studio
Risks, use Tax Laws to your 6:30-7:30 $49/6 sessions
advantage, understand Cash-Flow LNHS Dance Studio #602-071 Thur., April 9-May 14
planning for retirement in addition #602-065 Wed., April 29- June 3 #604-071 Thur., May 21-June 25
to managing Healthcare, Long- #602-068 Mon., April 20-June 1
Term Care, Company Retirement (no 5/25)
Plans, Estate Planning and much #603-069 Mon., June 8-July 13
more.  The course is taught by a
Certified Financial Educator and
Retirement Specialist using live
case studies, class participation and
interactive exercises.
#603-045 Thur., May 7 & 14
6:00-9:00 pm MMS, Lecture Hall
$49/person or couple
#603-046 Mon., May 11 & 18
6:00-9:00 pm MMS, Lecture Hall
$49/person or couple

Intro to Curling with Dakota Curling

Join Dakota Curling for a three week mini-league for a basic introduction
to this popular new sport. You’ll learn the basics of the game in the first
session and will play six end games in weeks two and three. Register as
teams of four or as individuals and the club will make up teams. This is an
adult league but youth ages 13 and up may participate if an adult family
member is also registered. No equipment purchase necessary - just bring a
clean pair of tennis shoes.

#603-010 Sat., April 4, 11, 18
10:00 am-12:00 pm Dakota Curling Center
$300/team of 4 $75/single


Brain, Body Yoga Yoga in Elko New Market Pilates in Lakeville Adult Enrichment

Physically train your body through Come take some time for yourself Pilates is a form of exercise,
body tapping, vibration, stretching while you practice yoga with developed by Joseph Pilates, that
and muscle strengthening with your friends and neighbors. It’s a provides a balanced approach to
Body, Brain Yoga. Practice great opportunity to improve your developing of the body through
breathing postures and meditation flexibility, strength, balance and core strength, flexibility, and
throughout this class as well to help endurance as you practice the awareness in order to support
improve brain function, healing yoga poses. Your practice will also efficient, graceful movement. This
abilities and reconnecting the mind, include yoga breathing that may class will be catered to all levels of
body and spirit. help to reduce stress and calm experience through adding props
Instructor: Lenna Alliev your mind. This class is open to and adapting moves to challenge
Mondays 5-6 pm beginner and intermediate yoga your body. We will concentrate
CLC, Studio 1 students with modifications to help on upper body, core, hips, thighs
$60/6 sessions and buns. All levels are welcome.
#602-074 April 13-May 18 personalize the practice. Remember without Challenge
#604-074 Mon., June 1-July 6 there is no Change!  
#604-075 Mon., July 13-Aug. 17 Instructor: Melissa Olson Instructor Ashley Bitzan
#602-095 Mondays
Tuesdays, 7-8 pm April 6-May 11 6:30-7:30 pm
Elko New Market Library CLC, Studio 1 $45/6 sessions
$60/6 sessions
Location Key on page 81
Gentle Yoga #602-080 April 28-June 2
#604-080 Tue., June 16-July 28
Through calming and gentle (no 7/7)
exercises, poses, and reflection, we #604-081 Tue., Aug. 4-Sept. 1
gradually increase our awareness, (5 sessions)
circulation, flexibility, and strength,
and prepare ourselves for a lifestyle Yoga Flow with Optional
infused with physical and spiritual Weights
purpose. This course is designed
for people of all skill levels, but is Yoga Flow is excellent for
especially well suited for those who developing grace, flexibility,
are in the early stages of practicing core strength, balance, muscular
yoga, and those who are new to it strength, and overall better
altogether. Instructor: Melissa Olson health. It will also reduce stress,
release toxins, and calm your mind
Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30 pm through breath control. Additional
CLC, Studio 1 abdominal toning will be included
$60/6 sessions in this class. Bring a yoga mat
and optional light weights. This
#602-077 April 28-June 2 class is appropriate for students
#604-077 Tue., June 16-July 28 of all levels, as modifications
(no 7/7) will be offered by the instructor
#604-078 Tue., Aug. 4-Sept. 1 accordingly.  
(5 sessions) Instructor Stacy Solberg

Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30 pm
CLC, Studio 1
$60/6 sessions
#602-083 April 22-May 27

Looking for a class that isn’t 9
offered? Please let us know by
phone 952-232-2170 or email
[email protected]

We’re always looking for
new class ideas.

Registration Information Page 83

Adult EnrichmentFoundations of PiYo Transform LIVE
Are you new to Piyo? Are you coming This is not your mama’s step class! Transform LIVE is a revolutionary
back from an injury, or have other workout that turns “step” on its head. In just 30 minutes, you will
physical limitations and limited mobility? improve your cardiovascular conditioning, enhance your balance and
Then check out Foundations of PiYo. agility, and maximize your power – all while getting a massive caloric
Foundations is a great place for beginners burn. Your feet will be pumping, your heart will be thumping, and the
looking to feel more confident with the dynamic playlist will be bumping. 
movements of PiYo while still getting a
great workout. Tailored to each student 6:00-6:30 pm $35/4 sessions
based on your specific needs, this class Heritage Center Mon., April 6-27
will sure to get you moving and feeling #602-060 Thur., May 7-28
great! CLC, Studio 1 Mon., July 13-Aug. 3
6:15-6:45 pm #602-062
$10/2 sessions, $5/1 session Heritage Center
CLC, Studio 1 #604-060

#602-152 Thur., April 9 & 16 Total Body Conditioning
Heritage Center
#603-152 Mon., March 30 An all-encompassing workout designed to produce total body
results. This fast moving work out conditions your cardiovascular
system and nearly every muscle group in your body. We will use
PiYo minimal equipment and focus on body weight exercised to build
Who says you have to jump, grunt, strain, strength! This class is suited for all fitness levels, and all excises can
and punish your body to get amazing be modified just for you! No experience needed.
results from your workout? Not with PiYo!
PiYo combines the muscle-sculpting, core- Mondays, 9:30-10:10 CLC, Studio 1
firming benefits of Pilates with the strength $75/6 sessions

and flexibility advantages of yoga. And, #602-090 Mondays, March 9-April 20 (omit 3/23)
#604-090 Mon., April 27-June 1
we crank up the speed to deliver a true
fat-burning, low-impact workout that
leaves your body looking long, lean, and Tai Chi
incredibly defined. This class is the perfect way to explore and experience the numerous

PiYo isn’t like standard Pilates and yoga benefits of Tai Chi, no matter what shape you are in. This ancient,
classes that make you hold long, intense physical & meditative practice of the Yang style 24 posture form is
poses, or lead you through dozens of designed to build strength, improve health & flexibility, reduce stress,
repetitive, microscopic core movements. increase energy flow, promote health & wellness and relax your mind.
PiYo speeds everything up—including your The routines are low-impact with modifications taught for less-flexible
results—by introducing you to dynamic, people. This safe and effective program is suitable for everybody.
flowing sequences that can burn serious #603-084
calories at the same time as they lengthen Sat., Apr. 11-May 16
and tone your muscles and increase your 9-10 am
flexibility. $60/6 sessions

Instructor: Amanda Ewers CLC, Studio 1

7:00-7:45 pm
$35/5 sessions

Heritage Center
#602-055 Mon., April 27-June 1
**7-8 pm (no 5/11, 5/25)
4 sessions**

CLC, Studio 1
#602-058 Thur., April 23-May 28
(no 5/21)

Heritage Center
#604-058 Mon., June 22-July 27
(no 7/6)

Heritage Center
#604-059 Mon., Aug. 3-31


Walking Club – Year Round! Locations in LakeviLLe & BurnsviLLe Adult Enrichment

Join this casual, at your own pace walking group • Learn to run • trail running
and get those steps!  Full details listed online at • improve speed • yoga
This $5 pass will be • endurance runs • Kids Programs
good for the entire
year (September ’19- • strength training • Social Outings
August ’20)
LNHS, 4-7 pm
LSHS, 5-8 pm
CLC Studios, Tue-Thur 8-10 am

• Walking Club buttons are now available for
participants.  Stop by the Community Education
offices to pick yours up!

• Wear your Walking Club button while walking
• The walking track is on the upper level
• Be aware, there may be sports practicing in the

main part of the gym
• If you have any questions, please contact

Amanda 952-232-2170

Use code commUnity10 for $10 off at


Swing Dance: 1 Night of Fun! Wedding Dance
It’s Never Too Late to Look Great!
Start your weekend with an activity you can enjoy
together! Just one night for a lifetime of fun!  An You thought about it! You wanted to! But where did
“Arch” and a “Loop” are just two of the patterns that the time go? Not to worry. In this 2-hour workshop,
can take you from the sidelines onto the dance floor Monica Mohn, nominated by MNBride for “Best
and into each other’s arms. Couples only, please Wedding Dance Instruction”, will guide you with
#602-195 Friday, March 27 7-9 pm fun moves and simple tips to have you feeling
CLC, Studio 1 $30/couple comfortable and looking great on that special day!
Feel free to bring your special song! 
Line Dance: Mama Mia’s Dancing Queen Couples only please. 

Just in time for the wedding party season! Grab some #602-098 Thur. April 30 7-9 pm
friends and turn Friday night into a dancing night with CLC, Studio 1 $30/couple
a fabulous dance to this toe tapping song. What a
way to start the weekend! No partner needed. Ballroom Dance
#602-096 Friday, March 27 6-7 pm
CLC, Studio 1 $10/person Experience the thrill of four classic ballroom dances:
you’ll find yourself whirling with the Waltz, rotating to
Line Dance for Wedding Parties Rumba, floating through the Foxtrot, and tantalizing
your partner with the Tango! With the expert
Just in time for the wedding & party season! No need guidance of three-time ballroom dance champion
to sit and watch any more: step into the party with this Monica Mohn, you’ll be dancing before you know it.
workshop of the popular line dances: Electric Slide, #602-099 Fridays, May 1-15
Cha Cha Slide, and the Cupid Shuffle. No Partner 7:00-8:20 pm CLC, Studio 1
needed for an entire evening of fun! $65/couple, 3 sessions

#602-097 Thur. April 30 6-7 pm
CLC, Studio 1 $10/1 session

Registration Information Page 83 11

Adult Basic EducationLakeville 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

Summer Classes

English as a Second Personal Care Assistant
Language (ESL)
Preparation class for the Minnesota Personal Care Assistant
This class is for all levels of certification exam. This is a four week class that requires 80%
English language learners. attendance. Limited to 15 students. Opportunity to interview with
Improve your basic vocabulary,
reading, writing, listening, & The Fountains at Hosanna Senior Living facility
conversation skills. upon class completion and passing
Wednesdays, July 1-29 exam score. Must qualify for ABE to
5-7:30 pm participate. This is a free course.
For more information and to
GED/HS Diploma register please call 952-232-2162.
Mon.-Thurs., June 8-July 2
Earn your GED, HS Diploma, 9 am-12:30 pm
improve basic skills or prepare
for college. Classes held in Community
Wednesdays, July 1-29 Education ABE classrooms,
5-7:30 pm 17685 Juniper Path, Lakeville.

Spring Classes: Now - May 28

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.- Wed. 1-3:30 p.m. students and higher level ESL
reading, writing, listening, & Mon. & Wed. 5:30-8:00 p.m. students.
conversation skills. Wed.  1:00-3:30 p.m.

Mon.-Thurs. 9:30 am-12:00 pm English Conversation
Mon. & Wed. 5:30-8:00 pm This class focuses on
communication and fluency in
a group setting. Students will
also work on listening skills and
conversation strategies.
Mon. 1-3 pm


Technology Skills Distance Learning Adult Basic Education

This class will use the Northstar All enrolled students have
Digital Literacy program in many exciting distance learning
order to help students develop options available! Distance
basic technology skills while (online) learning is a great
increasing reading and writing way to further your learning in
skills. between class times. It can also
be used as your primary way to
Thurs. 1:00-3:30 p.m. learn.

Family School Skype Coaching

For English language learners with children Students can improve their
ages 0-5. Parents and children learn English online while working
together in this unique class focusing with an assigned Skype coach.
on literacy, parenting, life and job This is a great way to further
skills. Please call 952-232-3009 improve English language skills.
for more information. This class is It can also be used as your
held at the Crystal Lake Educaion primary way to learn.
Tues.-Thurs. 12:30-3:00 p.m.


Classes are open to learners 17 and older who are not enrolled in
high school and want to improve skills. New students must register
before attending class. All new students will complete paperwork
and an assessment which takes approximately 90 minutes.
To register, please contact the ABE secretary.

Contact Para esta informacion en espanol, por favor
Nancy Eldomiatti, ABE Secretary adult y busca bajo el programa Adult Basic
952-232-2162 [email protected] Education.
Dr. Tracie Kreighbaum, ABE Manager
952-232-2161 [email protected]

All classes are free! Volunteer for Adult Basic Education!
It is fun and rewarding! No teaching experience
Class locations are on page 73
necessary. Contact Amanda Trammell at
[email protected]

Visit our website! Registration Information Page 83 13

Adaptive ActivitiesAdapted Swim Lessons We are looking for volunteers to help
This class is for students age 18 months through coach our Special Olympics MN team!
adult with mild special needs, including neurological, Email Katey if you are interested:
developmental, and cognitive, who will benefit from [email protected]
one on one instruction. Instructor will work with the
parent/guardian to determine student goals that Are you or your child interested in
will meet a variety of sensory challenges including joining a Special Olympics team right
visual, auditory, physical and movement, all while here in Lakeville!? Look online for more
learning swimming skills. Ratio = 1:1, parent does info coming soon!
not need to get into the water with the student.
See aquatics section for available dates, times and
prices. Shortened, 4 day sessions are available
during the summer. All lessons held at McGuire
Middle School. *Interpreters are available for adult
participants, including during a parent child class, if
needed. Please contact Katey for more info, katey.
[email protected]

Open Swim
Love the water but don’t need swim lessons? Jump
in the pool for open swim at McGuire Middle School
Pool. See page 41 for all dates and times. McGuire
Middle School Pool is handicap accessible.

Looking for the Sensory Playground Gymnastics
class? It will be back in the fall, but feel free to
come to open gym! See page 37 for more info.

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River Valley Project Explore is a Community Education program Let’s Dance! Adaptive Activities
designed to serve adults with physical, developmental and
cognitive disabilities by encouraging inclusion in community St Patrick’s Dance
activities and providing customized educational, social and
recreational opportunities. Do you have a little Irish in you?
Project Explore is a cooperative effort among the Community Even if you don’t, come and
Education departments of Rosemount/Apple Valley/Eagan, celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and
Burnsville/Eagan/Savage, Farmington, Lakeville and Randolph remember to wear green.
school districts. Participants enjoy a wide variety of classes and Friday, March 13 6:30-9:00 pm
activities including: Arts and Crafts, Sports, Cooking, Music, Valley Middle School
Excursions, and more! Visit $6 per person
or call 651-423-7931 or email [email protected] for
registration or more information. Spring Dance

Bingo and Pizza KARAOKE NIGHT! Look forward to warmer days
and green grass. Join us and
Get out and join your friends for an Calling all singers! Plan for a great shake off those winter blues by
afternoon of fun playing BINGO. evening of Karaoke as you sing dancing to the sounds from your
Win cool prizes and eat a delicious favorite songs with friends. We’ll favorite disc jockey.
pizza lunch. Come hungry and have snacks and beverages to keep Friday, April 17 6:30-9:00 pm
ready to play! First game will be you happy and hydrated. Scott Highlands Middle School
called at 12:30 pm. You must pre- Friday, May 29 6:30-8:00 pm $6 per person
Valley Middle School
register for this event, no walk-ins! $5 per person PROM/SPRING FORMAL

Saturdays March 7 & May 9 MINI-GOLF You are invited to our annual
12:00-2:00 pm spring formal dance. Put on your
Valley Middle School Join your friends for some fun dancing shoes and dress up for
outdoors playing mini-golf. We’ll a special evening with friends.
$8 per person meet at the fully accessible nine- You don’t need a date to join
hole mini-golf course at King Park your friends for a great night! 
Waffle Breakfast in Lakeville. This course just opened Friday, May 15 6:30-9:00 pm
spring 2020. It is adjacent to a fully Royal Cliff Banquet Center
Dad’s Belgian Waffles are back accessible playground area, so $9 per person
again! Enjoy an all-you-can- before or after you play mini-golf
eat waffle meal complete with you can enjoy the playground or Check online for more info
sausages, a great variety of waffle walking trails. There is also a picnic about the 20th Annual
toppings, coffee, juices and milk. shelter at the park. Golf putters Summer Dance!
The mouth-watering aroma of and golf balls are provided. The
waffles baking will greet you as concession stand will be open, so
you walk in the door! Bring family bring spending money if interested. 
and friends to this great event that Wednesdays
raises monies for Project Explore. June 17, July 15, August 19
Monies raised help keep Project 6:00-8:00 pm
Explore costs low for people to King Park, Lakeville
enjoy our many activities. $5.00 per person per evening

Saturday, April 25
8:30-11:30 am
Messiah Lutheran Church, Lakeville
$9 per person $5 ages 6-12
Free for 5 and under

You can register for programs online at www.district Page 83 15

or call 651-423-7931 and use your Visa, Mastercard or Discover.
Registration Information

Jr Cats Summer Cheer Clinic
Grades K-6
Ready, set, cheer! Learn to cheer along with the High
School sideline and competitive cheerleaders. In this
3 hour camp, kids will be introduced to the basics of
competition cheerleading such as motions, jumps,
stunts, and low level tumbling. Come join the fun, this
camp will have you yelling for more!
*T-shirt & bow included in the price of this one day
* Bring a nut-free snack, lunch and water bottle

#504-000 June 19
9:00 am-12:00 pm JFK Gym
$39/1 session

Fall Rec Teams

KinderCats Tryouts for 2020 Fall

Kindergarten Fall Competition Teams
Join our growing Lakeville Junior Cats Cheer Program!
This new team will focus on learning the basics of Tryouts for Fall Competition Squads will
cheerleading as beginners to include jumps, motions, take place May 2nd. Participating in a
dance skills and age appropriate low level stunting. Spring class will not guarantee a spot on a
Students will learn how to work together as a team, specific Fall Squad, but it will be taken into
all while having fun. The team will perform 2 times consideration at tryouts.
during the season. #503-109 Tuesday-Thursday
#504-001 Tuesdays April 28-April 30 5-8 pm (3 sessions)
August 25-October 27 4:30-5:15 pm Saturday, May 2 9 am-noon (1 session)
KTMS Gym/Fitness Center Saturday, May 2 2-4 pm (Parent Meeting)
$139/10 Sessions KTMS Gym/Fitness Center
*Fee includes t-shirt $5 non-refundable

Red Squad
Grades 1 - 5
This squad is designed for the cheerleaders that are
new to the sport. This squad will be introduced to
the basics involved with competition and gameday
cheerleading such as sideline cheers and age
appropriate stunts, jumps and tumbling. Come join
the fun and show your school spirit! This squad will
perform 4 times during the season.

#504-002 Tuesdays
August 25-December 15 (omit 11/3)
5:30-6:30 pm KTMS Gym/Fitness Center
$259/16 Sessions
*Fee includes uniform


Competition Teams JV & Varsity
Gold Squad
Grades 3 - 6 Varsity Comp
This team is designed for cheerleaders that are (Sideline Required)
ready to become more competitive! Class will
focus on harder age appropriate stunts, tumbling, Grades 8-12
and jumps. This squad will be competing in the This team is designed for cheerleaders that are ready
to compete advanced skills in stunting and jumps
Elementary division at 3-4 local cheerleading against other squads not only to prepare for State, but
Nationals in Orlando, FL as well!
#504-003 Tuesdays
July 28-February 2 (omit 11/3, 12/22 & 12/29) #504-007 Mon/Tues/Thurs
June15-February 16 (omit dates online)
6:30 -8:00 pm JFK/KTMS Times TBD JFK/KTMS
$329/20 Sessions Mondays, dates & times TBD
*Fee includes uniform $699/Sessions listed online
*Registration Fee only

Junior Varsity NEW!

Grades 7-12
(TBD based off of tryout enrollment and average age
trying out)

Jr High Varsity Sideline - LNHS

Grades 8-12
Our sideline cheerleading squad will
perform cheers and other skills such
as stunting and jumps at our Lakeville
North Varsity Football home games!

Grades 6-9 #504-005 Mondays
This team was created for cheerleaders that are June 15-Nov TBD (omit dates online)
ready to begin working on stunts required for $269/Sessions listed online
the Varsity level. Class will be fast paced, and
focused heavily on stunting, while perfecting a *Registration Fee Only

routine for the MCCA state competition! Varsity Sideline - LSHS NEW!

#504-004 Tues & Thurs Grades 7-12
June 16-January 28 (omit dates online) Our sideline cheerleading squad will
4:30-6:30 pm JFK/KTMS
$339/Sessions listed online perform cheers and other skills such
as stunting and jumps at our Lakeville South Varsity
* Registration Fee Only Football home games!

Tryouts required. Please reach out to #504-006 Mondays
[email protected] if you missed the date! June 15-Nov TBD (omit dates online)
$200/Sessions listed online
*Registration Fee Only

*Registration Fee shown includes: coaching, administrative costs,
equipment, music. Additional Booster fees listed online include:
Choreography, Practice apparel, Skill/Cheer Camp,  UCA

For complete list of dates and times,
please visit

Registration Information Page 83 17


Academics, Competencies, Enrichment

Spring Prep. and Off Season Classes ACE & ACE2 PROGRAM
Grades 6-8 and Grades 9-12
The Spring portion of our program will be more
focused on building skills for the upcoming 2020 The ACE and ACE2 (Academics, Competencies,
Fall Season. Enrichment) Programs are an after-school, ISD194
staff supervised program for students at Century,
KinderCats is intended for current Kindergarteners Kenwood Trail, McGuire Middle Schools, Lakeville
ready to learn the basics in cheerleading! Class will North and Lakeville South High Schools. Each day
teach skills such as motions, jumps, flexibility, and students will be provided an after school snack
prepare them for low level stunting and tumbling. included in the program fee and attendance will be
taken each day for accountability.
Red Squad Prep (Grades 1-3) will focus on skills
used in a competitive cheerleading routine such as The program is designed to:
motions, jumps, low level stunting and tumbling.
• Help students stay on track
Gold Squad Prep (Grades 3-5) will focus on double • Meet goals
jumps, flexibility, and stomach to shoulder level • Build confidence
stunting and pyramids. • Learn good time management skills
• Provide a positive and safe environment for
Jr High Prep (Grades 6-8) will primarily focus on all
skills used in a competitive routine such as jumps, students to receive homework help.
double jumps, mid to extended level stunting, After-school enrichment programs have been shown to
flexibility, and Sideline basics. Current Jr High help improve student’s confidence, academic achieve-
members are encouraged to take this class. ment, creativity, time management skills, influence
teamwork, and relieve stress on working families.
*Please note all classes are intended for both current and For more information on the program, please
new members. contact [email protected] or call
KTMS Fitness Center | 10 Sessions Fee Assistance available for those who are on the
Free/Reduced lunch program.
#502-125 Kinder Cats Thursdays $99
5:30-6:30 pm Mar 10 - May 26 (no 3/ 5 & 3/26)
#502-126 Red Squad Tuesdays $109
5:30-6:30 pm Mar 10 - May 26 (no 3/24 & 5/19)
Century Middle School
#502-127 Gold Squad Tuesdays $109 Computer Lab 2:10-3:00 pm
#503-100 Tues., Weds., Thurs.
6:30-7:30 pm Mar 10 - May 26 (no 3/24 & 5/19) April 7-May 28 $144/24 days

#502-128 Jr. High Tuesdays $129
7:30-9:00 pm Mar 10 - May 26 (no 3/24 & 5/19)
Kenwood Trail Middle School
Room 213 2:10-3:00 pm
JV and Varsity Open Gyms #503-101 Mon. and Weds.
April 6-June 3 $96/16 days
Grades 9-12 (omit 4/13 & 5/25)
Open gym will be available for all current Varsity
members and new program members (at the McGuire Middle School
high school age) interested in becoming a Varsity Art Room 2:55 - 3:45 pm
Cheerleader. These gyms will be semi structured #503-103 Tues., Weds., Thurs.
to keep all participants involved however coaches April 7-May 28 $144/24 days
will allow groups and athletes to work on individual
skills at their level throughout the class.
#502-129 Thursdays ACE2
6:30 - 9:00 pm Feb 27-May 14 (omit 3/5 & 3/26)
$50/10 Sessions Lakeville South High School
KTMS Fitness Center Room A204 2:45-3:45 pm
Walk-ins welcome! $7/session #503-104 Tues. & Weds
April 7-May 27 $112/16 days

See page 37 for additional Lakeville North High School NEW!
tumbling classes for Cheerleaders. Room 120 3:00-4:00 pm
#503-115 Tuesdays
April 7 – May 26 $56/8 Sessions

Medical Explorers Class Middle & High SCHOOL

A Collaboration with Park Nicollet Clinic in Lakeville
Grades 6-8
Dive in, dig deeper and explore the medical field! Lakeville Area Community
Education and the Lakeville Park Nicollet Clinic have joined together to
provide middle school students the opportunity to gain exposure to the life
of a physician, physician assistant, nurses and medical assistants, while having
fun, positive interactions with medical professionals. Taught by our very
own Lakeville Park Nicollet clinician team, learn how to listen to a patient’s
story, get vital signs, listen to heart sounds and know what they mean, what
a typical day looks like, and what kind of schooling is involved. Jump in to
discover more about the medical field with these three areas:

Thinking Like a Doctor Thinking Like a Nurse Interested in both nights?

Physician/Physician Assistant Nurses and Medical Assistant Sign up for both at a reduced fee:
#503-105 Thursday, April 23 #503-106 Thursday, April 30 #503-107 Thurs., April 23 & 30
5-7:00 pm $19/1 Session 5-7:00 pm $19/1 Session 5-7:00 pm $29/2 Sessions

Babysitting 101 PAWPADS Youth Service Project
Ages 10½–15 Grades 6–8

See page 21 for Back by Popular Demand - Have a love for animals and want to make
description and dates. a difference? Spend a few hours getting your hands a little dirty and
maybe receive a few licks along the way. Our Summer session will
Fencing Team give ISD194 middle school students a very unique opportunity to
Grades 6-12 help out at Pawsitive Perspectives Assistance Dogs (PawPADs), a
nonprofit, tax-exempt organization headquartered in Lakeville.
New and returning students invited! The mission of PawPADS is to “enrich the lives of people with
Join this fast growing Olympic sport. disabilities by providing them with exceptionally skilled assistance
Get pumped and primed for the year dogs....” PawPAD’s primary focus is on training service dogs for
end, Spring Fencing Championship. people with physical mobility disabilities. Their dogs can also be
*Coaches will also hold an in-class trained as Diabetic Alert dogs (trained for detecting changes in blood
tournament toward the end of the sugar levels), Autism Support Dogs, Home Help-mate Dogs, and
session. Spring sessions include an Facility/Animal Assisted Therapy dogs on a case-by-case basis.
in-class tournament. Volunteers will be helping with many tasks which will help this
*Spring Fencing Championship invites amazing organization operate throughout the year. Transportation will
students from all over the state. be provided.
There is a separate fee. Students #504-010
are encouraged to attend, but not Date and time TBD
required. Pick-up and Drop-off Location Available Online
#503-000 Mondays $6/1 Session
April 6-May 18 7:15 – 8:15 pm Paw Pads, 9877 234th Street E., Lakeville
(omit 4/13) MMS Cafeteria
$95/6 sessions

Spring Break Horse Camp
Grades 3-12
Visit registration page for full

#503-999 Monday-Friday
March 23-27 9:30 am- 3:00 pm
Enroll for one or more days:
$99/day or $449/5 days

Registration Information Page 83 19

Middle & High School SUMMER The EDGE - Grades 6-9 A• cMtoivrnitiniegsa&ctivMtyoorpetions daily
• Breakfast
(2020-21 school year) • Daily field trips
June 10-August 28
The EDGE is a high quality youth program Location
available through ISD 191 Community
Education in collaboration with ISD 194 Harriet Bishop Elementary School in Savage
Community Education during the summer for
kids entering 6th–9th grade. Transportation

The EDGE is designed to keep kids engaged Bus stops are planned for CMS, CHE, CVE, LSHS,
and out and about in the community, Elko New Market and Evergreen Church (subject
exploring and having a good time while to change).
learning responsibility, accountability and
developing character.

A full schedule of trips, fees and registration materials are online at,click on “Grades 7– 12” or

call Shar Lattery at 952-707-3908 for more information.
Registration is not taken at Lakeville Area Community Education.

School Of Fish Fencing

with Mike Frisch New and returning students invited. Youth Enrichment League YEL!
Grades 3-up fencing has evolved. Olympic Coach Ro Sobalvarro now heads up YEL!’s
Back by popular curriculum, instructor training and tournament consultation. Coach
demand, we are Sobalvarro brings with him an immense knowledge of youth, national and
excited to welcome back School international fencing. We keep it fun, too. Your favorite instructors return
of Fish. This fishing class is for with more knowledge, refined coaching skills and, of course, your favorite
kids (and adults!) and is taught by fencing games and arm bands. Safety is our first priority. We supply
pro angler & television show host safety swords, protective masks,
Mike Frisch. Participants learn chest plates and jackets, in a high-
about lakes, finding fish in those octane, inclusive environment. Visit
lakes and some great ways to for a more thorough
catch them. They also learn to tie explanation of our fencing program,
a fishing knot and rig and use a coaches and philosophy. Sign up
slip-bobber setup. Each participant today to join this sport deemed the
will receive a rod & reel, tackle box “sport of the intellectual athlete!”

with Northland tackle, School of SPRING
Fish workbook, Cabela’s $10 gift
card and Fish ON Kids book. Most Fencing Team
importantly, they leave class with Grades 6-12
the knowledge and skills to go #503-000 Mondays April 6-May 18 (omit April 13)
fishing! 7:15-8:15 pm MMS Cafeteria/Gym $129/6 sessions

#524-527 Tuesday SUMMER
June 16 9:30 am-Noon
Antlers Park, Shelter C Fencing Camp
$66/1 session Grades 2-8
#504-100 Mon.-Thurs. August 10-13
9 am-Noon MMS Cafeteria $169/4 Sessions


Keyboarding Babysitting 101 Band Lessons Middle & High School SUMMER
Grades 6-8 Age 10 1/2–15 Private and Semi-Private
Grades 6 & up
Learn how to type on a computer Gain the skills and confidence to
keyboard using the touch system. be a great babysitter. This course is (2020-2021 school year)
Teaching kids to “touch” type is a fun and fast-paced with hands-on Receive a one-on-one lesson
great skill to have early on and will activities, exciting video, role plays weekly to help you enhance your
save a tremendous amount of time and lively discussions. It teaches playing skills. Lessons are offered
later. One of the most important young people how to: in 1⁄2 hour increments. Instructors
reasons to get kids typing is it are Mr. Bolson and Ms. Shea.
helps to get them thinking faster. • Care for children and infants Check online for available dates
In academic terms, this is called • Handle emergencies and times.
“cognitive automaticity”. View full • Communicate effectively with
description online. Private Voice Lessons
#504-009 Tues., Weds. & Thurs. parents Grades 2 and Up
July 7-9 & 14-16
12:30-2:00 pm • Make good decisions, solve Do you love to sing? Experience
MMS Computer Lab the many benefits of private
$78/6 Sessions problems and stay safe lessons. You will not only gain
$79/1 Session confidence as a musician but will
CLC - Studio 2 learn to safely project your voice
CLC - Studio 1* and improve your expressive
singing, sight singing (audition
SPRING March 21 skills), and poise. Additional cost
Saturdays April 25 for music $15-$30. Check online
#502-001 for available dates and times.

SUMMER 9 am-1 pm
Wednesdays June 17
#504-101 June 24*
#504-102 July 1
#504-103 July 8*
#504-104 July 15
#504-105 July 22
#504-106 July 29
#504-107 August 5

Ninja Summer Camp Saturdays 9 am-1 pm
See page 23 for class #504-109 June 13
description and camp #504-110 June 27
#504-111 July 25
dates. Evenings 4-8 pm
#504-112 Thurs, June 18
#504-113 Tues, June 30
#504-114 Thurs, July 9
#504-115 Tues, July 21

Are your kids interested in robotics?
See page 34 for more information
on FIRST LEGO League and
Jr. FIRST LEGO League.

Registration Information Page 83 21

Martial ARTSKung Fu-Wu Shu Karate
Age 5–Adult Age 7–Adult

Not just a punching, Come join an internationally recognized local Karate
kicking, self-defense community that is passionate about passing along skills
class. Kung Fu teaches that will improve one’s self confidence, concentration,
awareness of self and physical endurance, and flexibility. We invite individuals
surroundings and of any ability to join our group where the development
improves self-esteem of character is as important as the capability of each
and confidence. Learn member to protect themselves. Uniform is optional for
the life-long benefits your first session. Questions? Email [email protected]
of Kung Fu - the com or call 320-510-2825.  
Chinese martial art
of self-defense and SPRING • MMS CAFETERIA
fitness - and build muscle, power, flexibility, and agility. Tues. & Thurs. March 5 - May 21
Join a fun, progressive, full-participation class, which NOTE: Class on May 21 will be at CLC Studio 1
focuses on skill-building exercises that will strengthen *This class is currently in progress. If you would like to
the mind and body, help students develop discipline, join, please call 952-232-2150 for more information
concentration and coordination. This is a progressive
training program for beginners through Black Belt. Adult & Youth: Beginner (White - Yellow Stripe Belt)
Optional uniform and certification from White to Black #503-200
Belt are available. 6:00-6:30 pm $57/23 sessions
Questions? Call 952-898-3008. #503-201 Beginner – Intermediate
(Orange - Purple White Stripe Belt)
6:30-7:30 pm $115/23 sessions
SPRING • CHE GYM #503-202 Advanced (Purple - Black Belt)
Tuesdays April 7-May 26 $89/8 sessions 7:30-8:30 pm $115/23 sessions

#503-203 Beg., White - Blue Belt 6:15-7 pm Tues. & Thurs. June 9 - August 25
#503-204 2nd Blue - Black Belt 7-7:45 pm
#503-205 Advanced Intermediate 7:45-8:30 pm Adult & Youth: Beginner (White - Yellow Stripe Belt)
SPRING • MMS CAFETERIA 6:00-6:30 pm $57/23 sessions
Wednesdays April 8-May 20 $79/7 sessions #504-201 Beginner – Intermediate

Adult & Youth: (Orange - Purple White Stripe Belt)
#503-206 Beg., White - Blue Belt 6:15-7 pm 6:30-7:30 pm $115/23 sessions
#503-207 2nd Blue - Black Belt 7-7:45 pm #504-202 Advanced (Purple - Black Belt)
7:30-8:30 pm $115/23 sessions
Tuesdays June 16-July 21 Family Discount
$69/6 sessions • First 2 family members pay full price
Adult & Youth: • Any 3 or more family members will pay half price
#504-203 Beg., White - Blue Belt 6:15-7 pm Family Discount not available online. Please call
#504-204 2nd Blue - Black Belt 7-7:45 pm 952-232-2169 to register with family discount.
#504-205 Advanced Intermediate 7:45-8:30 pm


Mother’s Day No School Home Alone Southern Metro Chess Spring Youth Enrichment
Day Class Tournament
Ages 8-10
Gift Making Class Learn how to feel comfortable Grades K-5 (divided by grade)
Grades K-5 and safe when staying home Test your mettle against the best
Join us and make some cool and alone, whether for five minutes chess players throughout the metro
colorful presents. You can keep or a couple of hours. Our Home area! Each participant will play
your creations or give them as gifts. Alone class will provide many SIX ROUNDS OF TOURNAMENT
necessary tools so you are well- CHESS! This is a fantastic
#503-007 Mon., April 13 equipped to stay home without opportunity for students to match
9:30 am - 12 pm CLC Studio 2 an adult. Make a First Aid kit and their skills against players of similar
$45/1 session learn about fire escape routes, age and skill level. Sign up today to
first aid, kitchen safety, boredom take on the best!
Cupcake Commotion! busters & more. Individual Tournament: Students
will play 6 rounds against students
Grade 1 and up #503-003 Saturday of similar grade level. We reserve
Let’s get creative and do some April 18 9 am - 12 pm the option to combine or separate
fun food crafting! Everyone will CLC Studio 2 $39/1 session grade levels based on the number
leave with 6 delicious cupcakes of participants.
decorated with frosting, candy and Spring Fencing Swiss Play: Participants are
sprinkles! All supplies are provided matched against others of similar
and include a cupcake carrier to ​Grades 2-5 skill level and grade. If a player
take the cupcakes home. Gluten, New and returning students wins more games, they will play
nuts and other ingredients will be invited! Join this fast growing against other players who have
used during this class. Olympic sport. won more often as well. By the
• Teach It! Hall of Fame 6th round, we will have a clear
#502-005 Sat., March 14 champion.
10-11:30 am CLC Studio 2 Olympic Fencing Coach Ro Medals & Trophies: Trophies
$35/1 session Sobalvarro crafts our lessons are given out to 1st - 5th place in
and curriculum. each grade level category. Medals
Claim to Frame: Sports • Practice It! Pair up and are given out based on your
Ball Frames practice the fencing move or performance. Every student will
concept, rotate partners and get either a trophy or medal by the
Grade 1 and up repeat. end of the day.
During this creative class you will • Move It! Participate in fencing Team Trophy: We take the top
transform 3 wood blocks into sport matches using only the four scores from each school to
ball photo frames! All sport balls moves taught so far. calculate the team champion.
will be offered as well as random • Play It! Fence with multiple Whether there are 4 players from
designs so you’re sure to leave with fencers at your skill level. a school, 1 player or 20 players.
3 frames ready to post your favorite We take the top 4 scores across
#503-002 Mondays divisions K-5. The school with the
photos! April 6-May 18 6:15-7:15 pm highest combined score will receive
#502-006 Sat., March 14 (no 4/13) MMS Cafeteria We will have team trophies for first
12-1:30 pm CLC Studio 2 $95/6 sessions through third place.
$35/1 session Official USCF rules will apply. Visit
Conquer Ninja Rec our Chess Tournament FAQ page
Babysitting 101 Team at for
more answers to your questions.
Age 10 ½ - 15 Ages 6-13 Saturday, April 11 9 am - 3 pm
Gain the skills and confidence to See full description online. MMS Gym & Cafeteria $30
be a great babysitter. This course is
fun and fast-paced with hands-on Classes take place at: 3203
activities, exciting video, role plays Corporate Center Drive
and lively discussions. Learn how Burnsville, MN 55306
to care for children and infants,
handle emergencies, communicate #503-004 Fridays
effectively with parents, make good April 10-May 29 5-6 pm
decisions, solve problems and stay $175/8 sessions
safe. Competitions on May 1 & 29

Saturdays 9 am - 1 pm Registrations are not
CLC Studio 2 $79/1 session taken through Community
Ed, please register at
#502-001 March 21
#503-001 April 25
Registration Information Page 83

Summer Youth Enrichment All Grades are 2020-2021 school year. Art Academy Camp
Summer Adventures Friendly. These classes take place at Summer
Adventures sites. Grades 1-6
* These classes are part of the combo camps. See page 32 for Does your child love art? Painting,
drawing, clay—it’s all awesome!
more info and class descriptions on combo camps. Then this is the camp for them!
We will experiment with many
Plan for Summer - Week by Week techniques, materials, and styles
as we make snow globes, paint on
Week of Program Grades/Ages canvas, create clay characters and
more. Come ready to have an artsy
June 15 Babysitting Age 10 1/2-15 good time in this highly anticipated
Camp Invention Gr. 1-6 camp! Please pack a nut free snack
Home Alone Ages 8-10 and drink for your child.
Ninja Summer Camp Ages 6-13 Instructor: Kidcreate
School of Fish Gr. 3-12
Gr. 1-5
June 22 Art Experiment Age 10 1/2-15
Babysitting Gr. 1-6
*City Builders Gr. K-6 #504-521 Mon-Thurs
Jr. Cats Summer Cheer Clinic Gr. 1-6 August 17-20 1-4 pm
*Multi Sport Camp Age 10 1/2-15 CHE $125/4 sessions
Ages 8-10
June 29 Babysitting Gr. 4-8
Home Alone Age 10 1/2-15
Robotics Evolution Ages 8-10
Gr. 1-6
July 6 Babysitting Ages 6-13 Art Experiment
Home Alone Gr. 1-6
Magic Camp Age 10 1/2-15 Grades 1-5
Ninja Summer Camp Gr. 1-6 In this camp we will have fun using
Slime-tastic Gr. 1-5 art materials and science to create
Gr. 1-6 some cool special effects. We’ll
July 13 Babysitting Ages 6-13 investigate the world of art and
*Crystal Glitz Age 10 1/2-15 science. We’ll experiment with
Destination Mars Gr. 1-6 salt, rice, shaving cream, glow in
*Game Camp Gr. 2-5 the dark paint, chalk, glue and
Ninja Summer Camp Ages 6-13 watercolor to make interesting and
Gr. 4-8 colorful creations. We’ll make slime,
July 20 Babysitting Gr. 2-6 cupcakes on canvas with puffy
Circus Camp Age 10 1/2-15 shaving cream frosting, sidewalk
Master Minecraft Modder Gr. 1-5 chalk, art that glows and more in this
Ninja Summer Camp Gr. 1-5 camp of art experiments. Bring a
Project Runway Gr. 2-5 beverage and a nut free snack.
Robotic Builders: Gamer-bots Ages 6-13 Instructor: Abrakadoodle
Grades 2-5
July 27 Babysitting Gr. 2-6
Drama Lab Age 10 1/2-15
Extreme Machines & Ziplines Gr. 1-6 #504-508 Mon-Thurs
Junior Coding & Video Games with Scratch Ages 8-10 June 22-25 10 am-12 pm
Ninja Summer Camp Ages 5-9 CLC, Studio 2 $119/4 sessions
Ultimate 3D Design & 3D Printing Ages 6-13
Wearable Art Camp Gr. 1-5
Gr. 4-7
August 3 Babysitting Gr. 5 only
*Flag Football Gr. 2-6
Home Alone Gr. 2-8
Kids vs Wild Ages 6-13
Ninja Summer Camp Gr. 1-6
*Star Wars Movie Making Gr. 2-6
Woodworking Ages 6-13
Ages 6-13
August 10 Band Camp Ages 4-9
Crafty Science Camp Ages 6-13
Fencing Camp
Ninja Summer Camp

August 17 Art Academy Camp
Harry Potter Master Engineering
Ninja Summer Camp

August 24 Ninja Summer Camp
Pajama Party

August 31 Ninja Summer Camp


Babysitting Band Camp Circus Camp Summer Youth Enrichment

Age 10 1/2-15 For 5th Graders Only Grades 1-6
Gain the skills and confidence to (2020-2021 school year) You'll be breaking into new
be a great babysitter. This course Students will receive an heights this summer at Circus &
is fun and fast-paced with hands- introduction to their band Aerial Arts Camp. Learn thrilling
on activities, exciting video, role instrument and the fundamentals skills and tricks on a variety of
plays and lively discussions. It of playing. This class is great circus apparatuses. Twist up and
teaches young people how to: preparation for the fall school down on the aerial silks, spin
band program. and style on the lyra, wrap up
• Care for children and infants Instructor: District Band Teachers in the hammock, balance on
• Handle emergencies the tightwire, juggle, tumble
• Communicate effectively with Mon-Thurs August 10-20 and more! You'll learn in a safe
parents LNHS Band Room and supportive environment by
• Make good decisions, solve $69/8 sessions professional performing aerialists.
problems and stay safe *Save $10 if you register by 8/1 At the end of the week there is
a mini-showcase to demonstrate
Bring a peanut free snack, peanut MORNINGS 9-9:45 am your impressive new circus skills
free lunch and water to class. Percussion 10-10:45 am for friends and family.
Instructor: Lorinda Bergstein #504-020 11-11:45 am Instructor: Aerialist Laura
CLC, Studio 2 $79/1 session #504-021
WEDNESDAYS 9 am-1 pm #504-022 #504-510 Mon-Thurs
#504-101 June 17 July 20-23 9-11 am
#504-102 June 24 EVENINGS MMS $195/4 sessions
#504-103 July 1 Woodwinds
#504-104 July 8 #504-023 4:30-5:15 pm
#504-105 July 15 Brass 5:30-6:15 pm
#504-106 July 22 #504-024 6:30-7:15 pm
#504-107 July 29 Percussion
#504-108 August 5 #504-025

SATURDAYS 9 am-1 pm Camp Invention
#504-109 June 13
#504-110 June 27 Grades K-6
#504-111 July 25 Imaginations will soar this summer in the all-new Camp Invention®
program, Elevate! Campers in grades K-6 will spark their creativity
EVENINGS 4-8 pm and build collaboration skills while controlling their very own flight
#504-112 Thurs, June 18 simulation robot, protecting Earth’s ecosystems, designing the
#504-113 Tues, June 30 ultimate sports complex and learning the value of their ideas!
#504-114 Thurs, July 9 Local educators will lead fun, hands-on STEM activities inspiring
#504-115 Tues, July 21 children to ask questions, overcome obstacles and be confident in
their innovative ideas.  

Visit or call 800-968-4332 to register. Use promo
code SUM25 to save $25 (expires 3/31) or SUM15 to save $15
(expires 5/12). Save $5 when you register online.

Mon-Thurs, June 15-18 8 am-4 pm $255/4 days
Extended Day 7:30 am-5 pm $335/4 days
Located at CVE

Registration Information Page 83 25

Summer Youth EnrichmentCrafty Science Camp DESTINATION MARS: ROCKETRY COURSE

Grades 2-6 Grades 1-5
Amazing things happen when Launch and watch your very own rocket speed 300 feet into the
you combine crafts and science! air! Then it is yours to take home! Students will make and take
We will conduct several science home multiple rockets of varying difficulty throughout this session.
experiments during this camp We will use these rockets and airplanes to investigate basic
including; paint bombs, bottle aeronautical concepts including: propulsion, thrust, lift, drag and
volcano, bubble snakes and many more. We will also hypothesize about travel in outer space, how
more interesting experiments! to get a United States astronaut to Mars and life on Mars. Do you
Campers are free to bring a nut have the right stuff? Please visit for
free snack, water bottle and more information.
sunscreen to camp each day. NOTE: Parents will be asked to contribute two, 2 liter soda bottles
Some projects are conducted (empty) for 2 different experiments. Fee includes $18 materials
outdoors, weather permitting. fee.
Dress for mess and prepare to Instructor: Youth Enrichment League
have fun!
Instructor: Renee Reinardy #504-524 Mon-Thurs
July 13-16 9 am-Noon
MMS, Room 139 $129/4 sessions

Drama Lab Extreme Machines &

#504-519 Mon-Wed Grades 1-5 Ziplines
August 10-12 1-3:30 pm This is where your acting journey
CLC, Studio 2 $85/3 sessions begins. If you are interested in Grades 1-5
performance, acting, starting a Build hand-triggered contraptions
Youtube channel, or just want to and other LEGO® machines
make some friends and have fun, that spin, swing, pivot, roll,
Drama Lab camp is for you! We lift, and drop. Each machine
will be using each day to play alone is awesome but put them
theatre games that jumpstart together and you get incredible
creativity and imagination. Laughs chain reactions. With an active
are guaranteed! imagination as your guide, there
Instructor: Drama Lab are endless possibilities. Then,
we will experiment with several
#504-513 Mon-Thurs different zip lines. In this fun,
July 27-30 1-4 pm action-packed class, students
OHE $115/4 sessions working in pairs will learn about
engineering concepts such as
velocity, projectiles, trajectories,
force, motion, and more. It might
just be impossible to exhaust
the creative potential of LEGO®
bricks. Please bring a drink and
snack daily.
Instructor: Tech Academy

#504-514 Mon-Thurs
July 27-30 1-4 pm
CHE $129/4 sessions


Fencing Camp Junior Coding and Video Games with Scratch Summer Youth Enrichment

Grades 2-8 Grades 2-5
New and returning students STEM Video Game Enrichment for the 21st Century learner. Each
invited. Youth Enrichment YEL! Coding class follows four basic components:
League {YEL!} fencing has
evolved. Olympic Coach Ro • Teach It!…Students learn different video game and storytelling
Sobalvarro now heads up {YEL!}’s design techniques (movement blocks, control blocks, basic
curriculum, instructor training animation, adding scores, etc.)
and tournament consultation.
Coach Sobalvarro brings with • Code It!… Students use Scratch® to code their own story and
him an immense knowledge of video games.
youth, national and international
fencing. We keep it fun, too. • Explore It!…Students can write their own story and video
Your favorite instructors return game code, experiment with it and test new options. Our
with more knowledge, refined collaborative learning environment encourages students to
coaching skills and, of course, learn from each other.
your favorite fencing games
and arm bands. Safety is our • Keep It!…Students keep their stories and video games online
first priority. We supply safety with Scratch® and can access it and expand upon it at anytime.
swords, protective masks, chest
plates and jackets, in a high- Sign up today to THINK, LEARN and PLAY WELL with YEL!.
octane, inclusive environment. Scratch® is an MIT created and monitored, kid-safe web interface.
Visit for a more It uses a drag and drop programming interface to teach students
thorough explanation of our of all levels coding practices. Your child will receive a Scratch user
fencing program, coaches and name and password so they can access their projects from any
philosophy. Sign up today to join computer at anytime. Instructor: Youth Enrichment League
this sport deemed the “sport of
the intellectual athlete!” #504-523 Mon-Thurs July 27-30
Instructor: Youth Enrichment 9 am-Noon CMS, Room 204-4 $125/4 sessions
#504-100 Mon-Thurs Home Alone Jr Cats
August 10-13 Summer
9 am-Noon MMS Cafeteria Ages 8–10 Cheer Clinic
$169/4 Sessions Learn information to make sure
you're comfortable and safe when See page 16 for
Harry Potter Master staying home alone, whether more info.
Engineering for five minutes or a couple of
hours. Does your child know Kids vs Wild
using LEGO® Materials what to do in case of a fire? If
Grades 2-6 there is a stranger at the door? Ages 5-9
Master the magic of Harry Potter How to use the Internet safely? Do you have what it takes to
using LEGO®! Visit Diagon Alley, If they get hungry and want a survive in the Wild? In this cool
play a game of Quidditch, and snack? Our Home Alone class camp you and your team will
duel the evil Lord Voldemort. will provide many necessary tools get challenged to create cool
Hone your magical skills while so your child is well-equipped to contraptions to survive in the
learning about advanced Muggle stay home without an adult. Kids Wild! From engineering a cool
(STEM) concepts. will make first aid kits and learn periscope, harness the power of
Instructor: TEKnologies about fire escape routes, first aid, the sun to cook (marshmallows!
#504-520 Mon-Fri kitchen safety, boredom busters - yummy), engineer a device
August 17-21 1-4 pm & more. Bring a water bottle and for drinkable water, engineer a
JFK $165/5 sessions a peanut free snack. shelter and so much more, you'll
Instructor: Connie Russeth return transformed from this cool
9 am–Noon CLC, Studio 2 Instructor: Tech Tac Toe
$39/1 session CLC, Studio 1*

#504-016 Monday, June 15 #504-518 Mon-Thurs
#504-017 Monday, June 29 August 3-6 1-4 pm
#504-018 Tuesday, July 7* OHE $159/4 sessions
#504-019 Monday, August 3

Registration Information Page 83 27

Summer Youth EnrichmentMagic Camp: Ninja Summer Camp
Green Wand Course
Ages 6-13
Grades 1-6 This summer give your child an American Ninja Warrior
Get ready to take an amazing Experience! Young Ninjas develop strength and agility during this
adventure into the exciting world camp by learning different styles and techniques to master all
of magic. Learn how to cut a lady obstacles! We have warped walls, angled steps, salmon ladders,
in half, give your friends super cliff hangers, tilted ladders; everything you need to put your
hero powers, and make invisible ninja skills to work! Each day your child will work on new skills to
objects appear in a magic pencil enhance their ninja talent. The week will wrap up with your little
pouch just to name a few. In this Ninja running a Ninja timed obstacle course! All classes take place
course students will not only learn at Conquer Ninja Gym, 3203 Corporate Center Dr Burnsville, MN
eight secret magic principles that 55306
make all magic tricks possible, Instructor: Conquer Ninja Gym
but more importantly they will
discover the real secrets to $189/4 sessions
becoming a true magician as
each lesson reveals an important Mon-Thurs 9-11 am #504-035 Aug 3-6
life skill to help build their #504-030 June 15-18 #504-036 Aug 10-13
confidence and communication #504-031 July 6-9 #504-037 Aug 17-20
skills. Each lesson comes with #504-032 July 13-16 #504-038 Aug 24-27
a custom magic prop, a top #504-033 July 20-23 #504-039 Aug 31-Sept 3
secret file folder, and a secret #504-034 July 27-30
word to unlock bonus videos in
the online video vault. This life- Master Minecraft Pajama Party
changing program builds self-
confidence and develops critical Modder Ages 4-9
communication skills in a fun and Roll out of bed and come to
unique way that is guaranteed to Grades 2-5 camp in your jammies! Why?
unlock your child’s potential and It’s adventure time in Minecraft Because every kid is just a little
impact the rest of their life. and time to learn to Mod bit more creative while wearing
Instructor: Hudson the Magician Minecraft! Using Minecraft EDU, their slippers! These art projects
in this camp you’ll learn the ins are anything but ordinary. We’ll
#504-507 Mon-Thurs and outs of creating a custom create turtles, trees, masks and
July 6-9 1-4 pm adventure map, programming more magnificent masterpieces
JFK $195/4 sessions teleporters and using WordEdit that are designed to educate and
to instantly create massive inspire your child as they learn
structures. You’ll also explore about the wonders of art. We will
awesome mods such as industrial sculpt, collage, print, paint and
craft and Parzi’s SW Mod to (of course) create a huge mess as
create automated factories, we explore basic art concepts- all
working vehicles and a jetpack! the while in our P.J.'s. Please pack
Learn to use custom tools to a nut free snack and drink for
create your own unique skins. your child.
An immersive camp for both the Instructor: Kidcreate
beginner and advanced Minecraft
fans.Instructor: Tech Tac Toe #504-516 Mon-Wed
August 24-26 9 am-Noon
#504-511 Mon-Thurs CLC, Studio 2 $105/3 sessions
July 20-23 1-4 pm
CHE $145/4 sessions


Private Piano Lessons Ultimate 3D Design WOODWORKING | 2.0 Summer Youth Enrichment
& 3D Printing
Grades 1-5 Grades 4-7
Does your student want to learn Grades 2-5 Build a paddle boat, a bird
how to play the piano or improve Imagine, design and watch your house, tabletop easel and place
their playing skills? This is the model come to life! card holders. Builders will learn
perfect class for them! Additional Discover the exciting world (and to measure, cut, sand, paint and
$15-$30 fee for music books potential) of 3D CAD (Computer then take home each project they
payable to the instructor on the Aided Design) and 3D printing. build. This Youth Enrichment
first day of class. Check online for Come to this innovative class and League (YEL) class educates
available dates and times. learn how to use a CAD program students on the use of basic tools
with your team as you have fun (hammers, nails, screwdriver,
Private Voice Lessons solving exciting engineering measuring tape, t-square and
challenges where you’ll have more). SAFETY IS OUR FIRST
Grades 2 and Up to design - and print - the best PRIORITY. No power tools will be
Do you love to sing? solution. Experience the amazing used in class. NOTE: Participants
Experience the many process of a 3D printer and get should be comfortable cutting
benefits of private lessons. immersed in the latest technology using a small saw as well as
You will not only gain confidence for manufacturing. using other hand tools. Students
as a musician but will learn to Instructor: Tech Tac Toe should wear clothes that can get
safely project your voice and paint on them. Instructor: Youth
improve your expressive singing, #504-515 Mon-Thurs Enrichment League
sight singing (audition skills), July 27-30 1-4 pm
and poise. Additional cost for JFK $149/4 sessions #504-525 Mon-Thurs
music $15-$30. Check online for August 3-6 9 am-Noon
available dates and times. MMS $165/4 sessions

Robotic Builders: Gamer-bots Robotics Evolution

Grades 2-6 Grades 4-8
Let the Games begin! Designed by the experts Using LEGO® Mindstorms software and LEGO®
at M.I.T., LEGO WeDo Robotics’ unique system EV3 bricks and technology, students build a
teaches students about simple machines, robot to deliver animals to safety, put cows out
engineering, programming, and so much more. to pasture, reunite separated panda bears and
Students will be taught foundational building more. In this year’s Youth Enrichment League
and introduced to programming concepts with {YEL!} summer camp, our focus is on the FIRST®
learning about the sensors, motors, and special LEGO® League’s challenges. Students will design,
technics components. Working in small teams, build, program, test and modify multiple robots
students will build and program smart robots, using the LEGO® Mindstorms EV3 robotics
based on popular games: Angry Birds, Chutes system. Then use their team’s robot (usually
and Ladders, Hockey, Just Dance, Pinball, Duck teams of three) to complete various challenges
Hunt and more! Please bring a drink & a snack. related to our animal friends. Our summer camp
Instructor: Tech Academy is designed to prepare students for participation
in the FIRST® LEGO® League annual robotics
#504-512 Mon-Thurs competition. Put an end to summer brain drain.
July 20-23 1-4 pm Stimulate your young learner by signing up today.
OHE $129/4 sessions Visit for more details.

Are your kids interested NOTE: This course is a fantastic primer if you are
in robotics? interested in gaining experience for the FIRST®
LEGO League annual robotics competition.
See page 34 for more Instructor: Youth Enrichment League
information on
#504-526 Mon-Thurs
FIRST LEGO League and June 29-July 2 9 am-Noon
Jr. FIRST LEGO League. MMS, Room 139 $130/4 sessions

Registration Information Page 83 29

Summer Youth Enrichment Slime-tastic tnhoecaiPharcadaccrrdohegiminltedit.opsrenamnanlayayt

Grades 1-6 School of Fish
It’s a slime takeover! In this camp, slime is the main event. We’ll
explore different slime recipes as we create tons of gooey, sparkly, Grades 3-12
stretchy, messy goo. From an out-of-this-world glitter solar system Back by popular demand, we are
slime, confetti cake slime and bubblegum scented slime, we’ll excited to welcome back School
make a different kind of slime during each day of camp. We’ll even of Fish. This fishing class is for
throw in a little painting and sculpting on the side, too! Roll up kids (and adults!) and is taught
your sleeves, and get ready for the Slime-Tastic time you’ve been by pro angler & television show
waiting for! Please pack a nut free snack and drink for your child. host Mike Frisch. Participants
Instructor: Kidcreate learn about lakes, finding fish
in those lakes and some great
#504-509 Mon-Wed July 6-8 9 am-Noon ways to catch them. They also
CLC, Studio 2 $105/3 sessions learn to tie a fishing knot and
rig and use a slip-bobber setup.
Project Runway Wearable Art Camp Each participant will receive
a rod & reel, tackle box with
Grades 4-8 Grades 2-6 Northland tackle, School of Fish
Sweet summer projects! A During this camp you will create workbook, Cabela’s $10 gift card
tres-chic skirt, tie-top blouse, several pieces of art you can and Fish ON Kids book. Most
headband and more. No wear! Become a designer by importantly, they leave class with
experience necessary. Students creating a cool tie-dye t-shirt, the knowledge and skills to go
will make, showcase, and take bag, hat and a versatile bandana! fishing! Instructor: Mike Frisch
home all their projects. Hand We will also assemble several
and machine sewing techniques jewelry pieces to accessorize #504-527 Tues
are taught with SAFETY FIRST yourself with! Your wearable art June 16 9:30 am-Noon
always in mind. The final day is will be created using several fun Antlers Park Shelter C
a showcase where friends and methods including tie dye, fabric $66/1 session
family are invited to see the markers and crayons, stamps,
projects in action. Sign up today splatter, stencils and a few
to THINK, LEARN and PLAY surprise methods. Some projects
WELL with YEL!. will be held outdoors weather
Instructor: Youth Enrichment permitting. Campers are free
League to bring a nut free snack, water
bottle and sunscreen to camp
#504-522 Mon-Thurs each day. Please bring a clean
July 20-23 9 am-Noon white cotton shirt to dye the first
day of camp. Dress for mess and
CMS $130/4 sessions prepare to have fun!
Instructor: Renee Reinardy

#504-506 Tues-Thurs
July 28-30 1-3:30 pm
CLC, Studio 2 $85/3 sessions

Register Early!

Avoid disappointment register
early. Many classes fill quickly
or may cancel if there is low



Experience a full day of learning and exploring with our new Youth Enrichment Combo Camps
Youth Enrichment Combo Camps for students going into grades 1-6!
Why choose just a morning or afternoon of fun when you can have BOTH

and a lunch break in the middle.

Students who attend the full day should bring a nut-free lunch. All students will be supervised
during the lunch break if attending the full day

Oak Hills JFK Elementary Christina Huddleston
June 22-25 July 13-16 August 3-6

Multi-Sport Camp Game Camp Flag Football
Learn the essentials of
baseball, basketball and Your camper will dive into Suit up, campers! Learn
soccer in a safe, structured the world of their favorite skills on both sides of the
environment with lots of playground games: Capture ball including the core
encouragement and a big the Flag, Ultimate Frisbee, components of passing,
focus on fun. kickball and more. catching, and de-flagging or
#504-500 defensive.
9 am-12 pm #504-502
$119 9 am-12 pm #504-504
$119 9 am-12 pm

Tech Academy Tech Tac Toe Jedi Movie Making
City Builders Crystal Glitz
From a galaxy far, far away
Experience Minecraft, the Ever wanted to grow your Star Wars comes to life!
sandbox building game that’s own crystals? Learn about Work on a stop-motion
been dominating the world of these magical reflectors of animated LEGO® Star Wars
video gaming. Collaborate with light! Have a blast growing movie and experience the
students to construct a city. crystals, creating enchanting entire digital filmmaking
Take home your completed crystal accessories and process from start to finish!
world files at the end of class. explore the science behind Star Wars action figures,
Beginners and experienced them. Add a pinch of LEGOs, and backdrops will
Minecrafters alike will love this imagination as you create be available for filming in
action-packed camp! your own super cool class. Use a digital movie
packages to take home your camera and film scenes
#504-501 creations. while learning stop-motion
12:45-3:45 pm animation, digital editing,
$149 #504-503 special effects, and
1:00-4:00 pm transitions!
12:45-3:45 pm

The more you PLAY, the less you pay! Page 83 31
Save $50 when you register for all 6 camps

Save $20 when you register for 3 camps
Save $10 when you register for 2 camps

Registration Information

Youth EnrichmentLife Time Fitness Youth Programs Summer Fun for Young Ones!

All classes held at Life Time Fitness Lakeville. Amazing Athletes | Ages 3-Kindergarten

Youth Climbing Program Run, jump, kick! Let your little one release some
energy while learning the basics of a variety of sports
Join us for age appropriate climbing classes that all while practicing balance, body movement, and
teach terminology, safety and climbing techniques. hand eye coordination. Whether you are trying to
All classes held at Life Time Fitness Lakeville. encourage physical activity or wanting your child
to try different sports, this is a great option for any
Mini Monkeys, ages 5-6 | $55 child. So bring some energy, water, and excitement,
Tuesdays 6-7 pm we will provide the rest (including a healthy snack).

April 7, 14, 21, 28 #502-603 #504-700 Mon., June 8, 15, 22, July 6, 13
May 5, 12, 19, 26 #502-604 11:45-1:00 pm $100 / 5 sessions (includes snack)

Cliff Hangers I, ages 7-11 | $65 Crystal Lake Education Center
Thursdays 5-6 pm
Small Wonders Preschool or Wonder Zone students:
April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 #502-608 Option to add this to a current schedule & have child
May 7, 14, 21, 18 #502-609 get picked up from CLEC classroom / dropped off

Cliff Hangers II, ages 7-11 | $65 Friday Night Family Fun
(for students who have already completed
Cliff Hangers I) Ages 0-Kindergarten
Thursdays 6-7 pm
April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 #502-608 Raising young children combined with busy
May 7, 14, 21, 18 #502-609 schedules and endless to-do lists causes the week
to fly by in the blink of an eye. Take some time from
Rock Climbing Camp, ages 5-11 | $150 your busy schedule to join us Friday nights for some
Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri. 9:30 am – 12:30 pm family fun. Full details online at

June 22, 23, 25, 26 #504-608 Fridays June 12, 19, 26, July 10, 17, 24
July 13, 14, 16, 17 #504-609 5:30-7:00 pm
Aug. 10, 11, 13, 14 #504-610 $5 per child / max of $10 a family or buy an
unlimited family pass for $35
Teen Rock Climbing Camp, ages 12-17 | $150 Crystal Lake Education Center
Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri. 1:00-3:30 pm

June 22, 23, 25, 26 #504-611 ACTORS!CALLING ALL
July 13, 14, 16, 17 #504-612
Aug. 10, 11, 13, 14 #504-613 Be on the lookout for our Children’s Castle Theater’s
summer production! More information coming soon!
Advanced Rock Climbing Camp, ages 5-11 | $150
Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri. 9:30 am – 12:30 pm Check and
July 27, 28, 30, 31 #504-614 for
updated details.
Advanced Teen Rock Climbing Camp,
ages 12-17 | $150 Children’s Castle Theater
Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri. 1:00-3:30 pm
July 27, 28, 30, 31 #504-615

Judo Martials Arts Clinic, ages 14+

Learn about respect, honor and discipline while
gaining physical strength in this time-honored
Olympic martial art. Judo focuses on throws and
pin. No previous martial arts experience needed.
This is an 8-week course.

Mondays 6:00-7:00 pm
$110/8 sessions
#504-616 April 6-June 1, no 5/25
#504-617 June 8-July 27
#504-618 Aug. 3-Sept. 28, no 7/7


Before & After School Enrichment See pages 35 for all class Before & After School Enrichment

Have some FUN before or after school! Each class offered changes dates, times and pricing.
curriculum from the previous session. Students can register for classes at
a school they do not attend, but transportation is the parent’s responsibility. If a class meets the minimum
number of participants to run, registration will be closed at noon the day before the class is scheduled to
start. Pre-registration is required for all classes, students will not be allowed to drop-in to any class.

DON’T WAIT! If a class does not meet the minimum number of participants to run 2-5 business days before
the class start date, the class will be cancelled and participants will be notified. Grab your friends and sign
up early!

Meditation, Fitness and STEM FUNDamentals Junior Robotics - Spring
Yoga Fun Boot Camp using LEGO®!
Grades 1-5
Grades K-5 Grades K-4 21st Century Robotics Enrichment
This fun boot-camp has a little Level up your engineering skills using LEGO® bricks. Each {YEL!}
of everything! For BOYS and with Play-Well TEKnologies and Junior Robotics class follows four
GIRLS,have fun with obstacle tens of thousands of LEGO® basic components:
courses, trampolines, tunnels, parts! Apply real-world concepts • Teach It!…Each class students
ladders, building forts, ultimate in physics, engineering, and
yoga challenges and other fitness architecture through engineer- are taught the basic STEM
activities! Focus on fine tuning designed projects such as engineering concepts behind
alignment and developing greater motorcycles, aircraft carriers, each project.
awareness of both body, mind, conveyor belts, and rail racers! • Build It!… Students use LEGO®
wellness and breathing. Study Design and build as never before, bricks to build a soccer goalie,
and practice different poses and and explore your craziest ideas in a boat, airplane and more.
play a lot of fun fitness activities. supportive environment. There are • Program It!…Then they program
We will discuss topics during each no prerequisites for this course. the project to block shots,
session around how to have fun weather a fierce storm, spin its
and be happy, being positive, Golf with the Pros! propeller and more using drag-
respectful, learn to focus and and-drop icon-based software.
concentrate, positive energy, love Golf Squad® • Play It!…Finally they play with
and kindness through spirit lifting Grades K-5 their project, modify it, create
learning sessions with meditation. Golf Squad® classes are the extensions and have fun working
Learn balance, flexibility, agility, most professionally instructed, with it.
coordination, speed, motor skills convenient, and organized Sign up today to THINK,
in a group setting with obstacle way of bringing golf education LEARN and PLAY WELL with
courses and other fun fitness to people of all ages. All Golf {YEL!}. For more details about
games. Kids will also learn healthy Squads are taught by PGA {YEL!} STEM classes, visit
eating habits, positive attitudes, Professionals only. In a social
self-confidence, staying active, and fun environment, people
safety, sportsmanship, teamwork, learn the vocabulary, etiquette, LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group
decision making, better focus, safety, social and technical of companies which does not sponsor,
energy, emotional control, and aspects necessary to enjoy golf authorize or endorse this site or program.
social awareness. for a lifetime.
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Grandmasters of Chess - Spring
Grades K-5
Returning students invited. Our spring session focuses on Spring Chess
intermediate and advanced concepts and features an end-of- Tournament
year in-class tournament. The {YEL!} Teach It!…Practice It!...
Play It! method keeps students progressing through 60+ chess Saturday, April 11!
lessons and thousands of puzzles as well as guided games. See page 24 for more info.
Class fee includes membership for the session
($49 annual value). Sign up today to THINK, LEARN and PLAY
WELL with {YEL!}.

Registration Information Page 83 33

Before & After School EnrichmentGrades 1-5 Spanish Drama Lab

Watch Me Grow Grades K-5 Grades 1-5
2020-2021 REGISTRATION Laughs are guaranteed! Now
Make spring come a little OPENS IN JUNE! offering bite-sized Drama Lab, this
sooner by creating a paper Classes offered at Eastview, quirky, fun, 4 week session spends
flower collage, draw a sunflower Cherry View, Lakeview, Christina the hour playing improv games,
field, paint an enchanting forest Huddleston, Lake Marion, writing skits, boosting imagination,
path, and sculpt a bouquet of Orchard Lake & Oak Hills. and creating magical moments that
flowers! Students can attend at a school can not be missed. Hurry and get
other than their regular school, signed up as spots are limited!
Explore the Desert however, transportation is the
parent’s responsibility. Classes 5th Grade Summer Band
Step into warmer weather by meet twice per week. Tuition Information Night
painting a desert sunset! Draw Options and Fee Assistance
a succulent garden, sculpt a available. More information at Mon., April 27 or Tues., April 28
camel at the oasis, and create Look for more information from
a cute succulent sign with your your school.

FIRST LEGO League (FLL) & Free First LEGO League Coaches’
Jr. FIRST LEGO League Training Seminar

Parent Information Meetings Coaches new to FLL are
invited to attend a free
Registration is not required to attend these events. Jr. FLL and coaching seminar. This
FLL are parent led on a volunteer basis. The season begins on is open to new coaches
August 1. or parents who may be
considering coaching
JR FLL in the upcoming FLL
season. Participants will have the
Who: parents of children who will be in K-3rd grade during the opportunity to actively participate in FLL
2020-21 school year. activities. Training includes hands-on
When: Thursday, May 21 6-7 pm demonstrations of the robot game, core
Where: LSHS Lecture Hall D202 values and the research project. This is
What: Children build an early interest in STEM through a real- a practical ‘learn by doing’ approach to
world challenge using research, critical thinking, and imagina- coaching FLL. Coaches will walk away
tion. Teams of up to six children explore a real world scientific with ready to use materials and ideas for
problem, build a motorized LEGO challenge model to demon- the season. New teams are encouraged
strate the team's research, create a Show Me poster and prac- to bring 2- 4 coaches/parents to learn
the basic structure of the FLL experience.
tice presentation skills, and develop teamwork skills. This training seminar is provided by ISD
194 FLL Coordinator Coach Maureen
FLL Carrigan, through collaboration with
Who: parents of children who will be in 4th-8th grade during the Lakeville Area Community Education. You
2020-21 school year. do not have to participate in FLL through
When: Tuesday, May 19 6-7 pm Community Ed to attend this training.
Where: LSHS Lecture Hall D202 This is a free seminar but registration is
What: Children are immersed in real-world science and technol- required.
ogy challenges. Teams research and design their own solution
to a current real world problem and build LEGO robots to
perform a series of missions. Children develop valuable skills
while learning that they can make a positive contribution to
society. This is not playing with LEGOs - it involves research, #494-100 Date TBD 6-9 pm
Community Learning Center, Studio 2
problem solving, critical thinking, technology, robotics, and


Cherry View Elementary Christina Huddleston Eastview Elementary JFK Elementary Before & After School Enrichment
4–5 pm Elementary 4–5 pm 4–5 pm

Chess - Spring 3:25–4:25 pm Chess - Spring Drama Lab
#403 - CV9 #403 - EV12 #403 - JF1
Tuesdays, 3/31 -5/26 omit 5/5 Explore the Desert Thursdays, 4/2 -5/21 Thursdays, 4/9 - 4/30
$129/8 Sessions #403 - CH6 $129/8 Sessions $65/4 Sessions
IMC Tuesdays, 5/5 - 5/26 IMC Media Center
Drama Lab $69/4 Sessions Drama Lab Explore the Desert
#403 - CV1 Art Room *3:25-4:40 pm #403 - EV1 #403 - JF6
Tuesdays, 4/7 - 4/28 Mondays, 4/6 - 5/4 omit 4/13 Wednesdays, 5/6 - 5/27
$65/4 Sessions Golf Squad $65/4 Sessions $69/ 4 Sessions
Commons #403 - CH1 IMC Art room *4-5:15 pm
Explore the Desert Mondays, 4/6 -5/18 omit 4/13 Explore the Desert Golf Squad
#403 - CV6 $179/ 6 Sessions #403 - EV6 #403 - JF3
Thursdays, 5/7 -5/28 Outside Mondays, 5/4 - 6/1 omit 5/25 Thursdays, 4/16-5/21
$69/4 Sessions $69/4 Sessions $179/ 6 Sessions
Art room *4-5:15 pm STEM FUNDamentals using LEGO Art room *4-5:15 pm Outside
Golf Squad #403 - CH3 Golf Squad Meditation, Fitness and Yoga Fun
#403 - CV3 Wednesdays, 4/8 -5/13 #403 - EV3 #403 - JF8
Mondays 4/6 -5/18 omit 4/13 $135/ 6 Sessions Thursdays, 4/16-5/21 Tuesdays, 4/14 -5/5
$179/6 Sessions IMC $179/6 Sessions $69/ 4 Sessions
Outside Outside Outside 8:15 - 9:15 am
Watch Me Grow Watch Me Grow Junior Robotics - Spring Watch Me Grow
#403 - CV5 #403 - CH5 #403 - EV13 #403 - JF2
Thursdays 3/12 - 4/9 omit 3/26 Tuesdays, 3/31 - 4/21 Wednesdays, 4/1-5/6 Wednesdays, 4/1 - 4/22
$69/4 Sessions $69/4 Sessions $95/6 Sessions $69 / 4 Sessions
Art room *4-5:15 pm Art Room *3:25-4:40 pm IMC Art Room *4-5:15
Meditation, Fitness and Yoga Fun
#403 - EV8 Do you have a
Tuesdays, 4/14 -5/5 new class idea?
$69/4 Sessions Email Amy to suggest it,
Outside [email protected]
Watch Me Grow
#403- EV5
Mon., 3/30 - 4/27 omit 4/13
$69/4 Sessions
Art room

Lake Marion Elementary Lakeview Elementary Oak Hills Elementary Impact Academy at
4–5 pm 3:25–4:25 pm 3:20–4:20 pm Orchard Lake Elementary

Drama Lab Chess - Spring Chess - Spring 4-5 pm
#403 - LM1 #403 - LV4 #403 - OH4
Mondays, 4/6 - 5/4 omit 4/13 Fridays, 4/3 -5/29 omit 4/10 Mon., 3/30 - 6/1 omit 4/13 & 5/25 Drama Lab
$65/4 Sessions $129/8 Sessions $129/8 Sessions #403 - OL1
IMC Media Center Media Center Thursdays, 4/9 -4/30
$65/4 Sessions
Music Room

Explore the Desert Explore the Desert Drama Lab Explore the Desert
#403 - LM4 #403 - LV5 #403 - OH2 #403 - OL6
Thursdays, 4/30 - 5/28 omit 5/7 Tuesdays, 5/5 -5/26 Mondays, 4/6 - 5/4 omit 4/13 Fridays, 5/8 - 5/29
$69/4 Sessions $69/4 Sessions $65/4 Sessions $69/4 Sessions
Art room *4-5:15 PM Art room *3:25-4:40 pm IMC Art room *4-5:15 pm

Golf Squad Golf Squad Golf Squad Golf Squad
#403 - LM5 #403 - LV6 #403 - OH5 #403 - OL5
Tuesdays, 4/14 - 5/19 Tuesdays, 4/14-5/19 Wednesdays, 4/15 - 5/20 Wednesdays, 4/15 - 5/20
$179/6 Sessions $179/6 Sessions $179/6 Sessions $179/6 Sessions
Outside Outside Outside Outside

Meditation, Fitness and Yoga Fun Junior Robotics - Spring Junior Robotics - Spring Meditation, Fitness and Yoga Fun
#403 - LM9 #403 - LV7 #403 - OH6 #403 - OL4
Mondays, 4/20 -5/11 Mon., 3/30 -5/11 omit 4/13 Fri., 4/3 - 5/22 omit 4/10 & 4/24 Mondays, 4/20 -5/11
$ 69/4 Sessions $95/6 Sessions $95/6 Sessions $69/4 Sessions
Outside 8:15 - 9:15 am IMC IMC Outside
STEM FUNDamentals using LEGO Watch Me Grow Watch Me Grow
#403 - LM6 #403 - LV8 #403 - OL7
Mondays, 4/6 - 5/18 omit 4/13 Tuesdays, 3/31 - 4/21 Fridays, 4/3 - 5/1 omit 4/10
$135/ 6 Sessions $69/4 Sessions $69/4 Sessions
IMC Art room *3:25-4:40 pm Art room *4-5:15 pm

Watch Me Grow Registration Information Page 83 35
#403 - LM7
Thursdays, 4/2 - 4/23
$69/4 Sessions
Art room *4-5:15 PM

GymnasticsJoin your neighbors and friends at the gym! Lakeville Community See page 38 for all
Education Gymnastics is the fastest growing recreation program in the spring & summer class
area for children the ages 1 to grade 8. With an experienced coaching
staff and better student ratios than most gymnastics academies, we dates & times.
provide a terrific program at a reasonable price. Our program offers
classes for children with special needs, boys and girls, from beginner to Were you previously in a class
advanced. Don’t miss out, space is limited and classes fill fast! at another gymnastics academy

Location: Auxiliary Gym D at Lakeville South High School and aren’t sure what level to
Parent observation area available. register for? Check out our
Questions? Email Cheryl at [email protected] comparison chart online at

Call 952-232-2169

Parent and Tot Twisters 1 Twisters 3

18 months to 3 years Ages 5-9 Ages 5 ½-13 years
Calling all parents with toddlers! This is an exciting introductory Students that have completed
This program is designed to gymnastics class for students an advanced beginner class and
engage the little ones while that have had very limited or no are ready to try a more vibrant
expending enough energy gymnastics training. Students will foundational intermediate
for a good night’s sleep. Our learn skills on all events: bars, class are encouraged to try our
new program will take your beam, floor and vault. At the end Twisters 3 program. While less
toddler step by step through of each class, students will be intensive than Mat Rats, Twisters
the basics of gymnastics, while invited to jump on our tumble 3 provides core gymnastics skills
promoting fitness, flexibility and track! Our staff are trained to help in all events: limbers, walkovers,
socialization. aspiring gymnasts to work to the and round offs on floor, pullovers
best of their abilities. and hips circles on bars,
Tiny Tumblers cartwheels and handstands on
Twisters 2 beams.
Ages 3 ½-5
This class is designed with Ages 5 ½-12 Dynamic Dudes
the energies and abilities of If your child has successfully
a preschooler in mind. It is an completed a basic beginners Ages 4-12
informative and fun introduction class and is ready to learn new This is a beginner to advanced
to gymnastics. For children that skills with higher difficulty, then beginner level class. It teaches
are ready to start with the basics, Twisters 2 is the right class for the basics of men’s gymnastics
we will work with each child to your child. On floor, children will events: rings, vault, pommel
develop their skills on events like learn backbends, straddle rolls, horse/mushroom, floor, and high
floor, bars, beam, and vault. Your and perfect their cartwheels. On bar. Our program is designed to
child will grow as a gymnast and beam, students learn correct keep pace with the high energy
become more fit, coordinated, turns, jumps and mounts. On levels of young boys, while also
flexible and balanced. This course bars, students will learn correct improving strength, coordination,
will have your child falling in love form for pullovers and casts and flexibility, and confidence.
with gymnastics! try out the high bar!

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Mat Rats Gymnastics

Ages 5-13 with instructor approval
Mat Rats is the first step towards a competitive Xcel gymnastics program. This is an invite only pre team
where students work closely with coaches on strength, flexibility, shaping and self-confidence. If you are
looking for a challenging gymnastics program, but less of a time commitment than a traditional competitive
program, this fun, flexible program is for you. On beam, students will learn cartwheels and handstands,
plus jumps and turns. Our coaches will help develop stronger round offs and handstands and will introduce
harder skills such as walkovers and handsprings. This class will develop connections during floor routines
and basic choreography as well as intermediate skills on bars and vaulting. We are thrilled with the
popularity and your support of this program that has enabled us to offer more training options as our
dedicated Xcel prep gymnasts advance.

Acro - Cheer! NEW! Gold Squad NEW! Jr High Squad

We believe that dancers can Tumbling Tumbling
tumble, gymnasts can dance,
and anyone can cheer! This Grades 3-5 Grades 6-8
class will combine conditioning, The Lakeville Cheer Program is Register now for the spring
tumbling, coordination, and excited to introduce a tumbling sessionof the Jr High Cheer/
flexibility. Learn to jump higher, program designed specifically Tumbling! Learn to jump
become more flexible and gain for you. This class will combine higher, become more flexible
the competitive edge with conditioning, tumbling, and gain the competitive
specialized drills for round offs, coordination, and flexibility. We edge with specialized drills for
backbends and back walkovers. will practice challenging skills back handsprings and back
on tumble track, the spring walkovers.
floor, and train with experienced
tumbling/gymnastics coaches. This class is highly
recommended to get ready for
This class is highly the Fall 2020 Cheer season!
recommended to get ready for
the Fall 2020 Cheer season! Discount noted online for those
also enrolled in the Prep Cheer
Discount noted online for those classes this Spring or Fall 2020
also enrolled in the Prep Cheer Cheer.
classes this Spring or Fall 2020

Spring Open Gym Pay online in advance to
save, or purchase a punch
Ages 1-4 card to save even more!
Are you looking for a fun activity to do with your toddler/preschooler?
Open Gym is a fun alternative to a traditional class. Students are • 9 visits: $45
encouraged to play and explore the gym with their parents. Come • Pay online per visit: $6
and jump on our trampolines, climb on our obstacles, play with our • Pay at the door: $7
parachute and enjoy unlimited bubbles! • Cash or check only when
#503-700 Fridays April 3-May 29 6:20-7:35 pm
paying in person at the
Ages 5-12 gym
Are you looking for a healthy alternative for the kids on a Friday
night? Bring them to the gym to socialize, play and have fun! We
will have vaulting, floor, beams and bars for your children to try, plus
games and events. Our open gym program is perfect for boys and
girls to explore the gym and burn some calories.
#503-701 Fridays April 3-May 29 7:40-9:00 pm

Summer Open Gym 3:30-4:45 pm

Ages 1-6
#504-700 Mondays June 15-Aug. 3

Registration Information Page 83 37

Gymnastics Spring Gymnastics Summer Gymnastics

All Spring classes are 9 sessions. All Summer classes are 8 sessions.

Parent Tot $69 Parent Tot $59

#503-702 Tuesdays | April 7-June 2 | 5:30-6 pm #504-701 Mondays | June 15-August 3 | 5-5:30 pm

#503-703 Wednesdays | April 1-May 27 | 5:30-6 pm #504-702 Wednesdays | June 17-August 5 | 5-5:30 pm

#503-704 Fridays | April 3-May 29 | 5:30-6 pm #504-703 Fridays | June 19-August 7 | 9-9:30 am

#503-705 Sat. | April 4-June 6 (no 5/23) | 9-9:30 am Tiny Tumblers $110

Tiny Tumblers $125 #504-704 Mondays | June 15-August 3 | 5:35-6:30 pm

#503-706 Mon. | Mar. 30-June 1 (no 5/25) | 5:30-6:25 pm #504-705 Tuesdays | June 16-August 4 | 2-2:55 pm

#503-707 Wednesdays | April 1-May 27 | 6:05-7:00 pm #504-706 Wed. | June 17-August 5 | 6:35-7:30 pm

#503-708 Thursdays | April 2-May 28 | 6:30-7:25 pm #504-707 Thursdays | June 18-August 6 | 5:30-6:25 pm

#503-709 Sat. | April 4-June 6 (no 5/23) | 9:35-10:30 am #504-708 Fridays | June 19-August 7 | 9:35-10:30 am

Twisters 1 $125 Twisters 1 $110

#503-710 Mon. | Mar. 30-June 1 (no 5/25) | 5:30-6:25 pm #504-709 Mondays | June 15-August 3 | 6:35-7:30 pm

#503-711 Tuesdays | April 7-June 2 | 6:05-7:00 pm #504-710 Tuesdays | June 16-August 4 | 1-1:55 pm

#503-712 Thursdays | April 2-May 28 | 5:30-6:25 pm #504-711 Wed. | June 17-August 5 | 5:35-6:30 pm

#503-713 Sat. | April 4-June 6 (no 5/23) | 12:35-1:30 pm #504-712 Thursdays | June 18-August 6 | 1:20-2:15 pm

Twisters 2 $125 #504-713 Thursdays | June 18-August 6 | 6:30-7:25 pm

#503-714 Mon. | Mar. 30-June 1 (no 5/25) | 6:30-7:25 pm #504-714 Fridays | June 19-August 7 | 10:35-11:30 am

#503-715 Tuesdays | April 7-June 2 | 7:05-8:00 pm Twisters 2 $110

#503-716 Wednesdays | April 1-May 27 | 7:05-8:00 pm #504-715 Mondays | June 15-August 3 | 6:35-7:30 pm

#503-717 Sat. | April 4-June 6 (no 5/23) | 12:35-1:30 pm #504-716 Tuesdays | June 16-August 4 | 1-1:55 pm

Twisters 3 $169 (75 minute class) #504-717 Tuesdays | June 16-August 4 | 5:30-6:25 pm

#503-718 Mon. | Mar. 30-June 1 (no 5/25) | 6:30-7:45 pm #504-718 Thursdays | June 18-August 6 | 12-12:55 pm

#503-719 Tuesdays | April 7-June 2 | 7:05-8:20 pm #504-719 Thursdays | June 18-August 6 | 6:30-7:25 pm

#503-720 Wednesdays | April 1-May 27 | 7:05-8:20 pm #504-720 Thursdays | June 18-August 6 | 7:30-8:25 pm

#503-721 Sat. | April 4-June 6 (no 5/23) | 10:20-11:35 am Twisters 3 $149 (75 minute class)

Dynamic Dudes $125 #504-721 Tuesdays | June 16-August 4 | 6:30-7:45 pm

#503-722 Thursdays | April 2-May 28 | 5:30-6:25 pm #504-722 Thursdays | June 18-August 6 | 12-1:15 pm

#503-727 Sat. | April 4-June 6 (no 5/23) | 1:20-2:15 pm #504-723 Thursdays | June 18-August 6 | 7:30-8:45 pm

Mat Rats $225 (120 minute class) Dynamic Dudes $110

#503-728 Sat. | Apr. 4-June 6 (no 5/23) | 10:35 am-12:30 pm #504-724 Tuesdays | June 16-August 4 | 5:30-6:25 pm

Acro-Cheer! $125 #504-725 Thursdays | June 18-August 6 | 1:20-2:15 pm
#503-725 Thursdays | April 2-May 28 | 7:30-8:25 pm
#504-726 Fridays | June 19-August 7 | 10:30-11:25 am
#503-726 Sat.| April 4-June 6 (no 5/23) | 1:20-2:15 pm
Mat Rats $199 (120 minute class)

Gold Squad Tumbling $125 #504-727 Tuesdays | June 16-August 4 | 6:30-7:25 pm
#503-724 Thurs. | March 12-May 21 (no 3/26) | 7:30-8:30 pm
Acro-Cheer! $115
Jr High Tumbling $125 #504-728 Wed. | June 17-August 5 | 7:35-8:30 pm
#503-723 Mon. | March 9-May 18 (no 3/23) | 7:45-8:45 pm
Gold Squad Tumbling $115
#504-729 Wed. | June 17-August 5 | 7:35-8:35 pm

Save $10 by registering before Jr High Tumbling $115
March 30 for spring and #504-730 Mondays | June 15-August 3 | 7:35-8:35 pm
June 10 for summer!

*$10 discount does not apply
to the tumbling classes


Show your Olympic spirit this summer! Summer 2020 Olympic Camps

Lakeville is hosting its first ever

Olympic Camp
for Aquatics
and Gymnastics!


Do you love the water? Have you ever wanted to be in the Olympics but weren’t
sure which water sport you liked the best? Try out each sport in the pool during
these camps! Come to just 1 or try them all! Each sport will teach the basics then
give you a chance to compete at the end!
See full description online.
Students MUST be able to swim 25 yards, which is the length of
the McGuire Middle School pool, without stopping, in order to
participate in these camps. Swim tests will be administered at start
of class.
Sign up for 1 day, or sign up for the whole week and save!

$50/4 sessions or $15/1 session July 27-30
#704-100 Mon-Thurs
11:30 am-1 pm
Monday: Swimming
Tuesday: Water Polo
Wednesday: Diving
Thursday: Synchronized Swimming


This camp is a fun alternative to a regular class for
gymnasts who want to learn the fundamentals, polish
their skills, and determine if they want to pursue the
sport further. Learn new skills on all events including
bars, beam, floor and vault. At the end of each day, students will be invited to
jump on the tumble track.
The gymnastics camp is for beginners to intermediates.
$39/3 sessions
#504-800 Tues-Thurs
Aug 4-6 3-4:15 pm

Registration Information Page 83 39

Aquatics & SafetyLearn to swim with Lakeville Area Community Ed!
Red Cross trained and certified instructors will help your child enjoy developing swimming and water safety
skills in a positive learning environment. Discussion of safety topics are included in all classes. Prerequisite
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.

Location: McGuire Middle School Pool, 21220 Holyoke Ave. W. Prices and
Balcony seating available for parent observation. schedules
Questions? For complete class descriptions, comparison of levels to other swim on pages 42-44.
programs, and other frequently asked questions, please visit our website:

Parent/Child Lessons Preschool Lessons Beginner 2

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

Advanced 1 Private/ Summer swim lessons Aquatics & Safety
Semi Private including Summer
Participants learn advanced skills
used in competitive swimming and Designed for personalized 1:1 or Adventures and Summer
lifeguarding, improve competency 1:2 (instructor:student) instruction Wonder Zone on page 44.
for strokes learned in Intermediate for youth and adults. Perfect for
2 and learn butterfly and sidestroke the hesitant swimmer or adult Check out our Aquatics
to basic standards of competency. learner. Must provide both names and Gymnastics Summer
Skills include: shallow dive, head- for semi private lessons. It is Olympic Camps on page 39!
first surface dive to 7 ft. and retrieve recommended that the 2 students
object, flip turn: front/back crawl, are at a similar skill level. Swim Lesson Reminders
tread water, 2 min. using different • Need to transfer or cancel a
kicks, front crawl, 50 yd., back See page 44 for additional
crawl, 50 yd., breaststroke, 50 yd., dates and times for private, class? Please see our transfer
butterfly, 15 yd., sidestroke, 15 yd. or refund policy on page 75.
semi-private and • Fee Assistance is available to
Advanced 2 adapted lessons. those who qualify for Free or
Reduced lunch. See page 75
Participants continue to learn skills Adaptive for more information.
used in competitive swimming and • Classes with 1 or 2 students
lifeguarding, improve endurance This class is for students age registered will be 30 minutes
and perfect strokes. Skills include: 18 months through adult with for the following levels:
competitive breaststroke turn, mild special needs, including
competitive butterfly turn, tread neurological, developmental, and »»»» IAABneqdtegvuraianmnnKceeieddrdis1a12t&e&122& 2
water-kick only for 2 min., front cognitive, who will benefit from
crawl, 100 yd., back crawl, 100 yd., one on one instruction. Instructor • We do not offer make-ups
breaststroke, 100 yd., butterfly, 50 will work with the parent/guardian for classes due to illness,
yd., sidestroke, 50 yd. to determine student goals that travel, etc. If we have to close
will meet a variety of sensory the pool for an unforeseen
challenges including visual, circumstance, we will either
auditory, physical and movement, schedule a make-up date or
all while learning swimming skills. issue vouchers.
Ratio = 1:1, parent does not need
to get into the water with the Scout Group Swim
student. Testing, Birthday Parties

Open Swim Dates or Pool Rentals

SPRING McGuire Middle School Pool SUMMER Please call 952-232-2169 for
SPRING BREAK more information. You can also

Fridays 1 – 3 pm Mondays reserve the cafeteria (based
on availability). For more
6:30 – 8:30 pm Tues, March 24 6:30 – 8:30 pm
information or to check pool/
April 3, 17, 24 Wed, March 25 June 15, 22, 29 cafeteria availability, please
May 1, 8, 15, 29 Thurs, March 26 July 6, 13, 20, 27
Cost: $4 Youth, $6 Adult
*Payment taken in person at the pool. Cash or check only when

paying in person at the pool.
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 at

Registration Information Page 83 41

Aquatics & Safety Spring 2020 Swim Lessons

Monday and Thursday Evening Lessons Saturday Daytime Lessons

All classes meet once per week. Saturdays Price
Mondays Thursdays 7 lessons 9–9:30 am
4/6-5/18 4/2-5/14
7 lessons Price

5:30–6:00 pm $64 Aqua Tots #70F3u-SllAT19 $64
$64 Aqua Kids 1 #70F3u-SllAK19 $64
Aqua Tots #70F3-uMllAT5 #70F3u-TlAl T5 $160 Private/Semi Priv. #7F03u-lSl PR9 $160
Aqua Kids 1 $96
Private/Semi Priv. #703F-MulAl K15 #703F-uTAllK15 Adapted #703-SAD9 $96
Adapted $76
#70F3-uMllPR5 #70F3u-TlPl R5 $76 9:35–10:20 am
Aqua Kids 2 $76
Beginner 1 #703F-uMllAD5 #70F3-uTlAl D5 $76 Aqua Kids 2 #703F-uSlAl K293 $76
Beginner 2 $76
Intermediate 1 6:05–6:50 pm Beginner 1 #703-SB193 $76
Intermediate 2 $76
#703F-MulAl K26 #703F-uTAllK26 $76 Beginner 2 #703-SB293 $76
Beginner 1 #70F3-uMllB16 #70F3u-TlBl 16 $76
Beginner 2 #70F3-uMllB26 $76 Intermediate 1 #703-SI193 $76
Intermediate 1 #703-TB26 $76
Intermediate 2 #703-MI16 $76 Intermediate 2 #703-SI293 $76
Advanced 1 #703-TI16
Advanced 2 $160 10:25–10:55 am
#703-MI26 #703-TI26 $96
Private/Semi Priv. Aqua Tots #70F3u-SllAT10 $64
Adapted 6:55–7:40 pm Aqua Kids 1 #703F-uSAllK110 $64
Private/Semi Priv. #70F3u-SlPl R10 $160
#703-MB165 Adapted #70F3-uSlAl D10 $96


#703-MI165 #703-TI165 11:15–12:00 pm

#703-MI265 #703-TI265 Beginner 1 #703-SB111 $76

#703-MA165 #703-TA165 Beginner 2 #703-SB211 $76

#703-MA265 #703-TA265 Intermediate 1 #703-SI111 $76

7:45–8:15 pm Advanced 1 #703-SA111 $76

#703-MPR7 #703F-uTPllR7 Advanced 2 #703-SA211 $76
#703F-uMllAD7 12:05–12:50 pm

Beginner 1 #703-SB112 $76

Beginner 2 #703-SB212 $76

Intermediate 1 #703-SI112 $76

Interested in a class that’s full? Intermediate 2 #703-SI212 $76
Please register on the waiting
Advanced 1 #703-SA112 $76
list online. Additional
classes may be added to 12:55–1:25 pm
accommodate wait lists.
Private/Semi Priv. #703F-uSPllR125 $160

Adapted #703-SAD125 $96


Summer Weekday 2020 Swim Lessons Aquatics & Safety

Weekday lessons are Mondays-Thursdays unless otherwise noted.
*All dates, times, and locations subject to change.

8 lessons Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Price
6/15-6/25 6/29-7/9 7/13-7/23

Aqua Tots 9:00–9:30 am $73
Aqua Kids 1 $73
Private/Semi Priv. #704-D1AT9 #704-D2AT9 #704-D3AT9 $183
Adapted #704-D1AK19 #704-D2AK19 #704-D3AK19 $109
#704-D1PR9 #704-D2PR9 #704-D3PR9
Aqua Kids 2 #704-D1AD9 #704-D2AD9 #704-D3AD9 $86
Beginner 1 $86
Beginner 2 9:35–10:20 am $86
Intermediate 1 #704-D1AK293 #704-D2AK293 #704-D3AK293 $86
Intermediate 2 #704-D1B193 #704-D2B193 #704-D3B193 $86
Advanced 1 #704-D1B293 #704-D2B293 #704-D3B293 $86

Aqua Kids 2 #704-D1I193 #704-D2I193 #704-D3I193 $86
Beginner 1 #704-D1I293 #704-D2I293 #704-D3I293 $86
Beginner 2 #704-D1A193 #704-D2A193 #704-D3A193 $86
Intermediate 1 $86
Intermediate 2 10:25–11:10 am $86
Advanced 2 #704-D1AK210 #704-D2AK210 #704-D3AK210 $86
#704-D1B110 #704-D2B110 #704-D3B110
Aqua Kids 1 #704-D1B210 #704-D2B210 #704-D3B210 $73
Private/Semi Priv. $183
Adapted #704-D1I110 #704-D2I110 #704-D3I110 $109
#704-D1I210 #704-D2I210 #704-D3I210
Beginner 1 #704-D1A210 #704-D2A210 #704-D3A210 $86
Beginner 2 $86
Intermediate 1 11:15–11:45 am $86
Intermediate 2 #704-D1AK111 #704-D2AK111 #704-D3AK111 $86
Advanced 1 #704-D1PR11 #704-D2PR11 #704-D3PR11 $86
Advanced 2 #704-D1AD11 #704-D2AD11 #704-D3AD11 $86

11:50–12:35 pm
#704-D1B1115 #704-D2B1115 #704-D3B1115
#704-D1B2115 #704-D2B2115 #704-D3B2115
#704-D1I1115 #704-D2I1115 #704-D3I1115
#704-D1I2115 #704-D2I2115 #704-D3I2115
#704-D1A1115 #704-D2A1115 #704-D3A1115
#704-D1A2115 #704-D2A2115 #704-D3A2115

Registration Information Page 83 43

Aquatics & SafetySummer Evening 2020 Swim Lessons 2020 Summer Adventures and
Summer Wonder Zone
Tuesday & Thursday Evenings Swim Lessons
*These classes meet twice per week.
Swim lessons are offered during weeks 4-7
6 lessons Session A Session B Price at a discounted rate for Summer Adventures
6/16-7/2 7/7-7/23 and Summer Wonder Zone participants who
Aqua Tots $55 are entering grades K-6 in the 2020-21 school
Aqua Kids 1 5:30–6:00 pm $55 year. Group lessons offered will include Aqua
Kids 2, Beginner 1, Beginner 2, Intermediate 1,
#704-EAAT5 #704-EBAT5 Intermediate 2, Advanced 1, and Advanced 2.
Private and Adapted lessons are also available
#704-EAAK15 #704-EBAK15 (1:1 with instructor), and are 30 minutes.

Private/Semi-Priv. #704-EAPR5 #704-EBPR5 $137 Wonder Zone participants will swim with the
Oak Hills group.
Adapted #704-EAAD5 #704-EBAD5 $82

6:05–6:50 pm $65 All sessions are 8 lessons.
Aqua Kids 2 #704-EAAK26 #704-EBAK26 $65 Pricing: Group Private Adapted
Beginner 1 #704-EAB16 #704-EBB16 $65 $81 $178 $104

Beginner 2 #704-EAB26 #704-EBB26 $65 Oak Hills &
$65 Wonder Zone
Intermediate 1 #704-EAI16 #704-EBI16 $65 CHE & JFK 2:05–2:50 pm
$65 1:15–2:00 pm
Intermediate 2 #704-EAI26 #704-EBI26 $65
6:55–7:40 pm Weeks 4 & 5 #704-JC45 #704-OH45
$137 June 29-July 9
Beginner 1 #704-EAB165 $82

Beginner 2 #704-EAB265 #704-EBB265 Weeks 6 & 7 #704-JC67 #704-OH67
July 13-July 23
Intermediate 1 #704-EAI165 #704-EBI165
* Please indicate swim level when registering.
Intermediate 2 #704-EBI265 See pages 40-41 for swim level descriptions.

Advanced 1 #704-EAA165 #704-EBA165

Advanced 2 #704-EAA265 #704-EBA265

7:45–8:15 pm

Private/Semi-Priv. #704-EAPR7 #704-EBPR7

Adapted #704-EAAD7 #704-EBAD7

Don’t have time for a full session or just want to work

on refining your skills?

4 Day Private, Semi-Private or Adapted Lessons

Private/Semi-Private: $91 Adapted: $55

Monday-Thursday McGuire Middle School Pool

6/15-6/18 6/22-6/25 6/29-7/2 7/6-7/9 7/13-7/16 7/20-7/23 7/27-7/30
9-9:30 am #704-218 #704-221
#704-219 #704-222
9:40-10:10 am #704-223
10:20-10:50 am

4:00-4:30 pm #704-208 #704-210 #704-212 #704-214 #704-216

4:35-5:05 pm #704-20 #704-211 #704-213 #704-215 #704-217


Summer Water Safety Day Lakeville Area Community Ed Aquatics & Safety
Ages 4-8 is a partner of

Swimming is one of life’s great pleasures. It offers USA Swimming’s
many health and fitness benefits, cools you off Make A Splash!
on a hot day, and provides a great opportunity to
socialize with family and friends. Make sure you Lakeville Area Community
and yours stay safe in the water by being water Education is a proud partner of
aware. Join us to learn more about how to be safe Make a Splash!
in and around the water during our summer safety
day events. For additional information please visit: The USA Swimming Foundation’s Make a Splash
initiative is a national child-
$9/1 session 5:15-6:15 pm MMS Pool focused water safety campaign
#704-106 Wednesday, June 24 which aims to provide the
opportunity for every child in
America to learn how to swim.

The facts
To learn more, visit www.
makeasplash.To learn more, visit

#704-107 Wednesday, July 15

Aquatic Certification Classes

Water Safety Assistant American Heart Association Basic
Life Support Courses
Become certified to assist in teaching swimming
lessons! Hands on experience provided during class. The BLS Course trains participants to
First Aid and CPR/AED not included. For students ages promptly recognize several life-threatening
13 and up, eligible for employment at age 14. emergencies, give high-quality chest
compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations
SPRING SUMMER and provide early use of an AED. In the
#703-207 #704-105 Instructor-led course, students participate
$89/2 sessions $89/2 sessions in simulated clinical scenarios and learning
MMS Pool/Lecture Hall MMS Pool/Room 100 stations. Students work with an AHA BLS
Mon, April 6 & Mon, July 20 & Instructor to complete BLS skills practice and
Tues, April 7 Tues, July 21 skills testing. Students also complete a written
3:30-8 pm 3:30-8 pm exam.
Full BLS Course
#703-201 $99/1 session
MMS Room 100
Wed, April 22 6-9 pm

*There will be no summer BLS offerings.

Registration Information Page 83 45

Early Childhood Family Education Welcome to ECFE Spring
ECFE is a Lakeville Area School District Community Education program to strengthen
families with young children through education and support.
Infant Pop-in & Play  READY, Set, Grow! LPaitjearmacay SNtoigrhytT imNeEaWn!d
3-5 yrs. Non-separating
0-12 mos. Non-separating This class is designed for families 0–5 yrs.
FREE infant playtimes provide an with children entering kindergarten Children can come in their pajamas
opportunity to meet other parents in the next two years. READY, Set, and join ECFE and Heritage Library
with babies. Explore our infant Grow provides parents and children staff for this fun-filled event that is
classroom and discuss parenting with an introduction to school read- focused on literacy. Enjoy stories,
questions with a licensed parent iness skills through a fun, thematic activities, songs and games that
educator. Keep tabs on your infant’s approach to learning. Three Mon- promote literacy development.
growth with a weekly weight check days each month feature stories, During separation parents will learn
option. Come to just one or all; songs, and activities related to a about resources, tips, and tools
pop-in & play is a flexible format to theme that inspires curiosity and to support literacy development
meet the needs of busy parents and wondering. Parents will be provided at home. Children will create and
give families an opportunity to learn with readiness information and ideas take activities related to a fun-filled
about ECFE. to support preschool development Pete the Cat theme. Registration
at home. This is a non-separating required.
DAYTIME March 9-May 18 class. Registration required. Register
Mondays for a monthly session for $15.
(no class 3/13 & 4/13)
12:30-2:00 pm CLEC Moon Rm. #202-030 Monday
May 11 6:00-7:30 pm
Teacher: Jenica Mondays 12:45-2:15 pm CLEC Sunshine Rm.

EVENING CLEC Rainbow Rm. $5/child
Teacher: Charlene
Thursdays 3/19, 4/16 & 5/7 Teacher: Jenica and Julie
6:00-7:30 pm CLEC Moon Rm. #202-003
Teacher: Connie & Jenica April 6, 20 & 27
Theme: What Are You Wearing? ECFE Plus NEW!
Pop-In & Play #202-004
May 4, 11 & 18 Kindergarten-Grade 3
0–5 yrs Non-separating Theme: Budding Environmentalists ECFE doesn’t end when your child
Pop-In & Play provides a good way starts Kindergarten. A licensed
for families to check out ECFE. It’s parent educator will lead parent
discussion with topics that relate to
a great option for families whose families with school-age children.
schedules don’t allow a weekly
commitment or families who would School-­age children will play
and learn with a licensed teacher
like to add another fun day of class. who will engage them in math,
Parent/child activities, circle time
and large motor time are always science, and art exploration.
Younger siblings will play in sibling
part of the plan! No registration care. Parents and children will be
required, but payment is available
separate for the entire class.
online at:
$5/family or for your convenience, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4 Mondays
pre-pay punch cards available at the
door $25 for 5 visits CLEC Sunshine Rm.
Wednesdays 12:45-2:15 pm Sib Care ($10/3 sessions)
March 11-May 18
CLEC Rainbow Rm.
Teacher: Charlene

Mar. 11 Green Apr. 22 Earth Day
Mar. 18 Egg Apr. 29 Flowers
Apr. l Bunnies May 6 Bugs and Butterflies
Apr. 8 Rain and Rainbow May 13 Camping and Fishing
Apr. 15 Frogs May 18 Ice Cream


Spring Events Welcome to ECFE Summer Early Childhood Family Education
Summer Course Schedule
Monday Tuesday Wesdnesday Thursday Friday
See list our event and class Park Play Dates Keep Calm – Wonderful Ones Keep Calm – Infant Pop-In’s
calendar at: Terrific Twos &
Parent On Thrilling Threes Parent On ECFEcalendar
Registration for ECFE Summer Sibling Care
Spring Fling Dance
Celebrate spring at ECFE’s 3rd Registration for classes is first 6 weeks-5 yrs.
Annual Spring Fling! Bring your come, first serve. Sibling care is offered during
friends and neighbors - this event select classes for children 6 weeks
is FREE and open to the public. Summer Semester begins to 5 yrs. Infants (6 weeks –
Kick-off spring by dancing, Tuesday, June 8. 6 months) may be registered
making a spring craft, DIY face for sibling care or stay with the
painting and tattoos, and making ECFE Summer parents in class.
your own trail mix. Capture the Sliding Fee Scales $30 for summer session
smiles at a photo booth with silly
props. See you there!

Friday April 17, Crystal Lake
Education Center (CLEC)
6:00-8:00 pm

ECFE Year-End Picnic and Annual Fee Scale
Vehicle Fair Household Income $60
over $100,000
Join us for the annual Vehicle Fair
and end-of-year picnic! Touch $80-$100,000 $55
and tour the exciting vehicles
selling treats. Visit the shelter $60-$80,000 $50
for a fun circle time and to sing
songs. This event is free and $40-$60,000 $45
everyone is welcome. Bring some
friends and a picnic and enjoy $20-$40,000 $35
the afternoon Vehicles attending:
fire truck, police car, school bus, Less than $20,000 grant
military vehicles, dump truck,
tow truck, tractors, and street • Second child in the same class, pay
sweeper. In case of inclement 1/2 the fee
weather, find updates at the
Lakeville Area ECFE Facebook • One grant per child
ECFE Dates of Interest

Friday May 8, Steve Michaud Mar. 23-27 No ECFE classes – Spring Break
(North Park) Apr. 13 No ECFE classes
11:30 –1:00 pm Apr. 17 Spring Fling Dance
Free! May 8 Year End Picnic & Vehicle Fair
June 8 ECFE Summer Semester Begins
June 29-July 3 No ECFE classes

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Registration Information

Early Childhood Family EducationTerrific Twos & Thrilling Threes
24–48 mos.
Independence, language, problem solving and social skills are emerging
during these ages. The classroom will foster all these developing skills.
You will value the parent discussion where you can learn, share and
appreciate this stage of parenting.

#204-102 Wednesdays June 10-July 22 (no class July 1)
CLEC Sunshine Rm. 9:15-11:15 am
Sib care.

Park Play Dates Free! Keep Calm ~ Parent On
Birth-Pre Kindergarten
0-5 yrs. Make ECFE part of your summer
See your ECFE friends routine. Jump into summer with
and make new ones at the Crystal ECFE, as you build your child’s
Lake Education Center playground curiosity, dabble in art and further
located behind the school at I6250 your parenting knowledge. ECFE is
Ipava Avenue. Meet us at the picnic the place to be. Infant Pop-In & Play
table and watch for the ECFE sign
to tell you which playground. If you #204-103 Tuesdays 0-12 mos. Non- Free!
June 9-July 21* 9:15-11:15 am separating
are new to Lakeville, please join us. CLEC Sunshine Rm. These FREE playtimes
You can learn about the community
and ECFE while having fun in the provide an opportunity to meet
#204-106 Thursdays other parents with babies. Explore
sun! Advisory Council members June 11-July 23* 9:15-11:15 am
and/or ECFE program staff will our infant classroom and discuss
CLEC Rainbow Rm. parenting questions with a licensed
be in attendance. Please watch
Lakeville Area ECFE Facebook *No classes June 29-July 3 parent educator. Keep tabs on
your infant’s growth with a weekly
page for weather updates and Wonderful Ones weight check option. Come to just
cancellations .
Mondays 9:30-11:00 am 12-24 mos. one or all; pop-in playtime is a
Learning takes place for your one- flexible format to meet the needs
June 8, June 15, June 22, July 6, year-old as they are moving and of busy parents and give families an
July 13, & July 20 exploring, often not far from their
parent. We will discuss the wonders opportunity to learn about ECFE.
and challenges of parenting a one-
year-old with our licensed parent No registration required.
#204-108 Fridays
June 12-June 24 (no class June 29)
CLEC Moon Rm. 9:15-10:45 am
#204-101 Wednesdays
June 10-July 22 (no class July 1)
9:15-10:45 am CLEC Moon Rm.
Sib care


September 2020-21 School Year Early Childhood Family Education
Stepping Stones - transition to preschool Family School

Preschool ages 3 & 4 years

Welcome to your child’s first preschool experience! Family School is a program that combines ECFE

This class combines the best of both worlds: Traditional with Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English as
ECFE on Tuesdays and a Preschool experience on a Second Language (ESL) Education
Thursdays. • Learning for children (0-pre-kindergarten) and
Tuesday afternoons are similar to a typical ECFE class
in that it includes time for parent/child interaction and adults
parent education. During parent/child interaction time, • Meets Tues.-Wed.-Thurs., 12:30-3:00
the early childhood teacher will set up fun activities that • Contact Family Outreach Specialist: 952-232-
encourage emerging literacy and mathematical thinking
skills. Parents will meet with a parent educator and 3009
other families to discuss a variety of topics that relate
to parenting a preschooler. Parents stay for the entire #225-126 Tues., Wed., Thur.
Tuesday class. Parents meet with the early childhood Sept. 2020 – May 2021
CLEC Sunshine Rm. 12:30–2:30 pm

Escuela de Familia
teacher twice a year to evaluate your child’s progress. Family School es un programa que combina
Thursdays you will drop your child off for their preschool ECFE con Educación Básica para Adultos (ABE)
experience. Children will practice social skills by sharing, Y Inglés como Segundo Idioma (ESL) Educación
taking turns, using manners, pretending, following • Aprendizaje para niños (0- pre-kindergarten)
directions and listening…all in a play-based environment.
y adultos
• Se reúne el martes-miércoles-jueves,
Children must be 3 on or before Oct. 15. 12:30-3:00 pm
Children are not required to be potty-trained to attend • Contacte: 952-232-3009

this class. See online description for more details. School Qoyska

#225-125 Tuesdays & Thursdays School Qoyska waa barnaamij isku daraa ECFE
Sept. 2020-May 2021 la Waxbarashada aasaasiga ah Adult (ABE) iyo
CLEC Rainbow Rm. 12:45-2:45 pm Ingiriisiga Luqad Labaad ahaan (ESL) Education
Teachers: Charlene & Jenica a
• Waxbarashada carruurta (0- pre-
$40 non-refundable registration fee kindergartener) iyo dadka waaweyn
Cost: $85/month • Gaarsiisan Tues.-Wed.-Khamiis, 12:30-3:00

$16/month – Tuesday Sibling Care pm
• Contact: 952-232-3009
Sliding fee scale does not apply to this class
For tuition assistance options call 952-232-3009

Early Childhood Screening
Early Childhood Screening (ECS) is FREE for all Análisis de la Primera Infancia
preschool-age children and required by the State
of Minnesota. The optimum age for screening is Análisis de la Primera Infancia (ECS) es GRATUITO
para todos los niños en edad preescolar y requerido
3 - 4 years of age and must be completed before por el estado de Minnesota. La edad óptima
entering kindergarten. It includes a check of your para analizar es de 3 ½ a 4 años de edad y debe
completarse antes de entrar al kindergarten. Incluye
child’s development, vision, hearing, weight and
immunizations. ECS helps identify children who may una revisión del desarrollo de su hijo, la visión, la
benefit from district and other community resources. audición y las vacunas. ECS ayuda a identificar a
To schedule your child’s ECS appointment call 952- los niños que pueden beneficiarse del distrito y
232-3000, #3 and leave a message. We will return de los recursos de la comunidad. Para ser una cita
your call. ECS is located at Crystal Lake Education en ECS para su hijo(a) llame al 952-3000 #3 y deje
Center, 16250 Ipava Ave. un mensaje. Le regresaremos la llamada. ECS se
encuentra en el Centro de Educación de Cristal
Early Childhood Screening Dates Lake, 16250 Ipava Ave.

Tuesdays: March 3, 10, 17, 31, April 7, 14, 21, 28, May 5, 12

Monday, April 6 Registration Information Page 83 49

PreschoolSmall Wonders Preschool


June, July, August 2020

It’s time to register for


• Want a consistent schedule that keeps the
learning pace going all summer long?

Alphabet Adventures will be a perfect fit!
• Need a flexible schedule? We offer over

50 educational and fun classes for you to
choose from! Pick and choose “CAMP”
sessions that meet your scheduling needs!
• No time in June and July! Get back into
the swing of things in August with Back to
School Classes!
• Secure building; Small Wonders Summer
offered at the:

Crystal Lake Education Center (CLEC)
16250 Ipava Ave
Lakeville, MN

All students must be able to toilet independently. No refunds unless a class is full or
For more information or to register online, visit
or call 952-232-3001 for additional support.


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