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Lakeville CE Winter Spring 2019

Lakeville Community Education Winter-Spring 2019

Winter & Spring 2019

Programs and Classes for All Ages

Adult Enrichment • Adult Basic Education
Youth, Middle & High School Enrichment • Gymnastics • Aquatics

Early Childhood Family Education • Small Wonders Preschool
Wonder Zone • Kid Zone

Student Focused


Scan this code
to register. 952-232-2150


Adult Basic Education..................................18-19 Independent School District 194
Adult Enrichment...........................................4-17 Board of Education
Hobbies, Creative Arts & Special Interest, 4-7
Cooking, 8-9 Lynn Gorski Judy Keliher
Money Matters, 11-13 Zach Duckworth Bob Erickson
Fitness & Health, 14-17 Superintendent
Martial Arts, 20 Terry Lind Michael Baumann
Aquatics & Safety..........................................40-44 Kathy Lewis
Swim Lessons, 40-43
Open Swim, 41 Thank you to Our Advertisers!
Certification Classes, 44
Building Key & Locations ................................. 73 Allegro Choral Academy
Community Education Directory..................... 72 Ballet Royal
Early Childhood Family Ed...........................45-53 Lakeville Arenas
Infant & Toddler Classes, 46 Lakeville Chamber of Commerce
Stepping Stones, 47 Lakeville Works
Family School, 48 Salvo Soccer Club
Birth to 5 Classes, 48-49 Thrivent Financial TYhoaun! k
Evening Classes, 49
ECFE Information, 52-53 Benefits of Advertising with Us!
Early Childhood Screening...............................53
Facility Scheduling............................................72 The Community Education catalog is a major
High School Enrichment ................................... 24 source for Lakeville Area School District residents
Kid Zone School Age Care............................67-69 to access information on programs, activities and
Middle School Programs..............................25-28 resources for babies through seniors.
Music Lessons....................................................28
Registration Information.............................74-75 Please call 952-232-2170 for more
River Valley Project Explore .............................21 information!
Small Wonders Preschool.............................54-62
Small Wonders Academy, 58-59 Para preguntas en español, llame a:
952-232-3063 or 952-232-2067
Preschool Enrichment Classes, 60-62
Wonder Zone.................................................64-66 Haddii aad su,aal qabtid fadlan soo wac layankan
Youth Enrichment.........................................20-39 Somalihaah: 952-232-3066
Martial Arts, 20
Adaptive Youth Classes, 21 ISD194 School Success Liaisons
Middle School Classes, 25-28 African American: Regina Smith, 612-440 8828,
Youth Enrichment, 29-32
Gymnastics, 38-39 [email protected]
Before & After School Programs, 34-37 American Indian: Margaret Wolf, 952-232-5044,
High School Enrichment, 24
[email protected]
Somalia: Huda Ali: 952-232-3066,
[email protected]
Spanish: Hugo Muñoz: 952-232-3063,

[email protected] and
Lydia Lindsoe: 952-232-2067,
[email protected]

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Adult Enrichment


Chords are Key for Guitar Spa Day (parent-child)
Have you ever wanted to learn the guitar but simply find
it difficult to find the time? This crash course will teach Ready, set…relax! Create lip balms, bath bombs, soaps
you some basic chords and get you playing along with your and endless pieces of stunning jewelry with your kiddo!
favorite songs right away. Bring your acoustic guitar. Fee This is a great way to spend time together and make some
includes an online book and online instructional videos. fun products you both can use or give as thoughtful gifts!
Open to all ages.
#692-001 Mon., Feb. 11 7-9 pm #693-001 Sat., May 4
KTMS, Choir Room $59/1 session 1:30-3 pm KTMS, Room 101
Instructor: Eric Carranza $20/additional child (with paid adult-child pair)

Glass Mosaic Table Lamp or
Candle Holder
Create a custom, colorful table lamp or candle holder in 2
Chords are Key for Piano fun evenings! Using precut glass and some creativity, you
Some music teachers may not want you to know this, but will cover a 4”x 9” lamp or 3”x 3” square candle holder.
you don’t need years of weekly lessons to learn piano. In Stencils will be available or you can use your creative
just a few hours, you can learn enough secrets of the trade freedoms to create a beautiful work of art. The first night
to give you years of musical enjoyment. If you can find is dedicated to working on your project, having fun, and
middle C and know the meaning of Every Good Boy Does discovering your creative side. The second night is messy
Fine, you can learn all the chords you’ll need to play any using grout, so make sure to dress for a mess and bring
song in this one session. Fee includes an online book and some old towels. After your project
online video instruction. is finished, you will learn about
glass cutting, mosaic resources,
other types of mosaics.

#692-012 Fri., Feb. 1 & 8
6-9 pm KTMS, Room 101
$29/2 sessions
($30 materials fee due in class)
#693-002 Mon., April 29 6:30-9:30 pm
KTMS, Choir Room $59/1 session

Instructor: Jim Anderson

Photo Organization Do you have a great idea
for a class?
Print & Digital
Having organized photos assures peace of mind. Learn Please contact Amanda
about a system to once and for all get every printed photo, at 952-232-2170
digital photo and your memorabilia organized. Learn
about scanning for slides, movies, prints.... backing up, for more information!
cloud storage & scanners. We will also demonstrate easy
ways to repair old photos. You’ll leave with a plan for a Scan this code
system that allows you to access every photo you own in to register.
literally seconds!

7-9 pm MMS Lecture Hall
$15/1 session

#692-003 Tues., Feb. 19
#692-004 Mon., May 6


Adult Enrichment

Bob Ross “Wet on Wet” Painting DIY Customized Wood Vase or Adult Enrichment
Planter Box
You may remember Bob Ross from his “Joy of Painting”
series on PBS. The “Wet on Wet” technique is for all skill These adorable wooden flower holders are a great way
levels as well as for those who have never painted before! to bring spring into your home! Both the wooded boxes
Kristi Nelson, a certified Ross instructor, will demo the are assembled and ready for you to
step-by-step painting techniques, answer questions and customize to match your home décor.
help you along the way. You will complete an entire Choose which one you like best, and
painting to take home and hang. Be amazed at how much then get creative.
fun and enjoyment this painting technique will give you! #692-013 Tue., April 9
All supplies included in the price of the class. 6:30-8:00
KTMS, Room 101
$65/1 session $55/1 session
(all materials
1. Lavender Falls included in fee)
#692-008 Mon., Jan. 21
6:00-9:00 pm LSHS, Room 101 Glass Mosaic Garden Stepping Stone

2. Northern Lights Using precut glass, design and create a gorgeous stepping
#692-009 Mon., Feb. 18 stone for your garden. Get creative
6:00-9:00 pm LSHS, Room 101 with your own design, or choose one
of ours in this two night class. Work
3. Emerald Pond up your design and then get pouring
#692-010 Mon., March 11 all while learning about glass mosaics.
6:00-9:00 pm LSHS, Room 101 #692-014 Thur., March 21 & 28
6-9 pm KTMS, Room 101
4. Sunset Paradise $29/2 sessions
#693-011 Mon., April 22 ($15 materials fee due in class)
6:00-9:00 pm LSHS, Room 101

5. Evenings Glow
#693-012 Mon., May 20
6:00-9:00 pm LSHS, Room 101

Glass Mosaic Sign or Garden Stake
Spruce up your spring garden with a custom mosaic
1 3 decoration! Design your choice of Garden Stake or Sign

using one of our patterns or
your own imagination. After
this two night class, you will
walk out with an amazing new
4 masterpiece. Perfect for your

garden, or to gift to someone

#692-015 Wed., March 6 & 13
6-9 pm KTMS, Room 101
5 $29/2 sessions
2 ($14-30 materials fee due in class based on craft chosen)

Registration Information Page 75 5

Adult Enrichment

Adult Enrichment HOME & GARDEN TRAVEL

Basics of Seed Starting No stress trips with Premier World Discovery!

It’s hard to think about gardening when the temperature Cape Cod & the Islands
is below freezing, and all you see is snow outside! Start
sowing summer seeds now! Join us to learn the steps August 2019
of starting your own seeds, what materials and supplies From your one hotel stay, Cape Cod’s charming beaches,
needed and which seeds to start indoors. Select your seeds majestic coasts, beautiful islands and rich history are
that and take home half flat of seeds after class. Beat those yours to enjoy. Visit the islands of Martha’s Vineyard,
winter blues, and think spring! a spectacular summer retreat, and Nantucket, home to
#692-016 Tues., Feb 12 amazing whaling history and lavish homes. Explore the
6:30-8:00 pm MMS, Lecture Hall historic city of Boston as well as Newport, Rhode Island
$25/1 session and tour the Breaker’s Mansion on historic Bellevue
($10 materials fee paid in class) Avenue. Top off your stay with a traditional New
England lobster feast to truly experience Cape Cod &
Square Foot Garden the Islands. See our full itinerary online, and book with
This class will teach you everything that you need to know Community Education.
about starting, maintaining and harvesting a Square Foot
Garden. The information comes straight from the book
with added insights from the instructor. It is designed
for the beginner that wants to learn more about this
revolutionary gardening method.

#692-017 Tues., April 9
7-9 pm MMS, Lecture Hall
$19/1 session
California Rail Discovery
Enjoy San Francisco, California’s “City by the Bay”,
Star Watch Party including America’s largest and oldest Chinatown,
with Mike Lynch Golden Gate Park, Union Square and Twin Peaks. Drive
over one of the world’s modern marvels, the Golden
It’s a journey to the stars! Gate Bridge and stop a Vista Point for a spectacular
view of this man made wonder.  Travel to the famous
Get to know the constellations like The Big Bear, Cygnus Napa Valley where hundreds of wineries prosper and
the Swan, Pegaus the Winged Horse, and some of enjoy a wine tasting and lunch aboard the Napa Valley
their great stories behind them. Mike will bring a fleet Wine Train.  Spend a night in California’s capital city,
of telescopes, including two of the biggest of mobile Sacramento before hopping aboard the Sierra Nevada
telescopes in Minnesota. Experience close up views of star Rail Journey to the south shore of Lake Tahoe.  Finish
clusters, nebulae, galaxies and other wonders in our spring the tour off with the stunning scenery of Lake Tahoe
skies. This event is great for the whole family or space from a Lake Tahoe paddle wheeler Cruise.
enthusiast in your life!!
Trip Info Session:

#692-TRIP 6-7 pm
Mon., March 4
#692-019 Wed., March 13 JPB, Room 210-212
7:30-9:30 pm JPB, 210-212 Free, but

$15/single $19/couple
$25/family of 4
$29/family of or more Photo courtesy of the Napa Valley Wine Train


Adult Enrichment


Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted How to Develop Your
(SENG) Model Parent Group Non-Profit Organization

Interested in learning more about giftedness? Consider joining Have you found yourself working with, for
our parent group! A SENG (Supporting Emotional Needs of the or creating a non-profit organization? Jump
Gifted) model parent group is being offered again this winter. into the world of 501c3’s and learn how-to’s
Join other interested parents/guardians to discuss such topics as around your non-profit organization with
motivation, discipline, stress management and peer relationships, this course! Our curriculum is designed for
and gain some new tips for understanding and supporting your those who have no formal training, or need
child. a little brush up. You will gain the skills and
#692-005 Thur., Jan. 17-Feb 28 (omit 2/14) 6:30-8 pm knowledge to be able to start, market, fund
JPB, Library and manage your organization. In addition,
$139/6 sessions you will learn about the many roles nonprofits
(Includes a copy of the book, A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children play in a healthy and supportive community.
by James Webb and materials) #692-018 Mon., Feb. 25-March 18
MMS, Lecture Hall
Understanding Dementia $49/4 sessions
What is the difference between dementia and normal aging? Are
there different types of dementia? Attend this program to learn
more about recognizing the symptoms of dementia and the
numerous disease processes that can cause dementia. Understand
why early diagnosis is important and learn some brain healthy tips
and exercises. This program is presented by DARTS.

#692-006 Wed., Feb. 20
6-7 pm JPB, 210
Free, but registration required.


With winter on its way, ensure you WE ARE
receive messages regarding any emergency HIRING!
weather-related cancellations. Check
that your telephone numbers and email YOURNEXT OPPORTUNITY IS
addresses are listed correctly in the online RIGHT HERE IN LAKEVILLE!
registration system, Eleyo. During periods
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Registration Information Page 75 7

Adult Enrichment

Adult Enrichment COOKING Great Minnesota Hot Southern Italian
Classic Soups and a Ah, the classic Minnesota Hot Dish! Prepare traditional manicotti stuffed
Famous Stew This one dish wonder is known across with ricotta, mozzarella and parmesan
It’s cold outside, but we are keeping the state and in our hearts. But, cheese then baked in a delectable
you warm with these classic soups and these dishes won’t be the canned marinara sauce. Next, you’ll prepare
stews! New England Clam Chowder, soup variety, oh no! We are using classic Italian style bruschetta topped
Wild Rice, Pumpkin, Split Pea and fresh ingredients and making these with a relish of fresh basil, roma
Corn Bisque are on the menu. Then delightful dishes from scratch. You tomatoes, sweet red onion, garlic and
don your best Julia Child accent will leave a whole new line up of tasty olive oil. We’ll finish with Crème
because we are making the classic recipes to try, doncha know?? brulee, rich, creamy custard with a
Beef Bourguignon! crusty caramel glaze.
#692-021 Wed., March 20 #692-023 Fri., April 12
6-9 pm LNHS, FACS Lab 102 6:30-8 pm LNHS, FACS Lab 102
#692-020 Mon., Feb. 18 $39/1 session $29/1 session
6-9 pm LNHS, FACS Lab 102
$39/1 session

Family Style Italian

Mangia!! Prepare chicken cacciatore style, sautéed in olive oil with garlic, red
onion, mushrooms and capers in a delightful marinara sauce. Try your hand at
classic garlic mashed potatoes paired with tender green beans tossed in olive oil
with fresh squeezed lemon juice. We’ll finish with Crème brulee, rich, creamy
custard with a crusty caramel glaze.
#692-022 Thur., Feb. 28
6:30-8 pm LNHS, FACS Lab 102
$29/1 session


Adult Enrichment

Thai Cuisine Adult Enrichment
Learn to make your very own Vietnamese summer rolls
served with both hoisin and peanut dipping sauce. You’ll
then prepare Pad Thai blending the vibrant flavors of
Thailand with rice noodles using shrimp, eggs, chilies,
garlic, basil, scallions, sprouts, sesame, lemon and crushed
red pepper flakes. We’ll finish with Crème brulee, rich,
creamy custard with a crusty caramel glaze.

#692-024 Fri., May 3 6:30-8 pm
LNHS, FACS Lab 102
$29/1 session

The Art of Sushi Cake Decorating for the Beginner
Learn the basics to decorating beautiful cakes and desserts
Don’t be daunted by making your own sushi! Learn to in 3 easy sessions. Nancy will show you the “tricks of the
prepare Sushi rice and creating “maki-sushi” rolling the trade” and before long you will be making your own treats
rice and various fillings in and around nori (dried seaweed for family, friends and co-workers. Nancy has shown
sheets). Options and accompaniments will include shrimp, over 16,000 students in her teaching career and would
chicken, crab, avocado, cucumber, tempura onions, cream like to have the opportunity to work with you! On the
cheese, spicy mayo, eel sauce, pickled ginger, wasabi and third night of class you will go home with a beautifully
soy sauce. decorated cake!
#692-025 Fri., May 31
6:30-8 pm LNHS, FACS Lab 102 #692-027 Thur., May 2-16
$29/1 session 6-9 pm KTMS, Room 101
$39/3 sessions
Czech Kolaches ($25 materials fee paid in the first class)

Kolaches are one of Czechoslovakia’s national pastries. Spring Bake and Take
Immigrants brought their passion for kolaches to the If you liked our holiday bake and take, you will love this
Midwest as early as the 1860’s. Kolaches are marvelous egg spring bake and take! Get a group of friends together and
rich, slightly sweet yeast dough. Traditionally filled with create 5 different varieties of cookies, candies and holiday
fruit mixtures such as apricot, cottage cheese, poppy seed treats! You will be assigned a station to work on with a
or prune; they can be shaped into small rounds, square partner or two. Working in groups, you will prepare the
“tied packages” or filled turnovers. We will make variations cookies and candies then trim and decorate them. Best of
in class and taste samples. Plan to take home an assortment all, your kitchen stays spotless! After cleaning up, comes
to share with family, friends or to freeze. You will also leave the sampling!
with many recipes, tips and techniques to master these old
world delicacies. #692-028 Tue., April 16
#692-026 Sat., Feb. 16 6-9 pm LNHS, FACS Lab 102
9 am-1 pm LNHS, FACS Lab 102
$49/1 session

$45/1 session

Registration Information Page 75 9




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Adult Enrichment

College Planning Workshop
Do you know what to expect when transitioning from high HIRING!
school to college? Designed for you and your student! This
class will begin your journey of college planning. Discover YOURNEXT OPPORTUNITY IS
why published costs may not be as important as you think. RIGHT HERE IN LAKEVILLE!
Get a grip on what FAFSA is and why it is important.
Learn the cost of attendance, out of pocket, expected family MTCEOACNNHUSNFTAORCULTOCUGTRIYINOGN
contribution, need-met and gift-aid ratios. Get the inside HTEREAAUNLCTSAHPTOIROTNATION
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graduating in four years.
#691-900 Thur., Jan 24
6:30-7:30 LSHS, Community Room
$9/1 session
#691-901 Thur., Jan31
6:30-7:30 LNHS, Lecture Hall 248
$9/1 session

Instructor Scot Kretzschmar works for Thrivent Financial and
is part of the Thrivent Scholars Advisor Network.


As a Thrivent Financial professional, I understand that
no one person will travel the same journey through life.
Your next right step is as unique as you are, and your
financial guidance should reflect that. With your goals
and values in mind, I can help you find ways to be wise
with your money.
I can help you take action on your aspirations.
Contact me today.

Scot A Kretzschmar
Financial Consultant
12700 Nicollet Ave Ste 120b
Burnsville, MN 55337
[email protected] • 800-847-4836 28397 R6-18 Registration Information Page 75 11

Adult Enrichment

Adult Enrichment Medicare Benefits—
Everything You Need To
Medicare; the second most important
Retirement Planning Foundations for decision Americans need to make
Today Retirement as they prepare for their retirement
This course blends financial education years. Unfortunately it is also the
with life planning to help students This is a comprehensive class on most misunderstood, second only
build wealth, align their money retirement planning with emphasis to Social Security. In this class,
with their values and achieve their on creating a financial plan for participants will learn everything they
retirement lifestyle goals. Learn retirement. In class you will focus need to know to make an informed
how to manage investment risks, on: goal setting, income projections, decision on what does Medicare
use new tax laws to your advantage, tax strategies, medical expenses and cover, what does it not. What types of
understand your company retirement estate planning. You will receive a plans help augment regular Medicare
plan and adjust your estate plan course book to take home. Benefits and Prescription Drug
under the new laws. Class fee includes #693-035 Thur., April 11-18 Plans. Making the wrong choices
a 224 page illustrated textbook. 6:30-9:00 pm MMS Lecture Hall can lead to thousands of dollars of
Instructor Terri Collymore is an $49/person or couple unexpected expenses during a critical
independent Financial Advisor and #693-036 Tue., April 16-23 time in retirement. Often times, adult
Investment Advisor Representative. 6:30-9:00 pm MMS Lecture Hall children attend to be educated on
$49/person or couple Medicare to help provide oversight
for their aging parents.
The Social Side of
Retirement #692-043 Tue., Jan. 29
6-8 pm MMS Lecture Hall
For many people, Social Security $9/1 session
will be their only asset in retirement.
Taking a benefit is not as black and #692-044 Tue., Feb. 26
white as it would seem. You will 6-8 pm MMS Lecture Hall
learn about the history, health and $9/1 session
strategies of Social Security and how
to maximize your Social Security #692-045 Tue., April 2
benefits 6-8 pm MMS Lecture Hall
#692-037 Thur., March 21 $9/1 session
6:30-8 pm MMS Lecture Hall
#692-031 Sat., Jan. 26 & Feb. 2 $9/1 session
9 am-12 pm MMS, Lecture Hall
$49/person or couple

#692-032 Thur., Jan. 31 & Feb. 7
6-9 pm MMS, Lecture Hall
$49/person or couple a
#692-033 Sat., May 11 & 18 a
9 am-12 pm MMS, Lecture Hall a
$49/person or couple

#692-034 Tue., May 14 & 21
6-9 pm MMS, Lecture Hall
$49/person or couple


Adult Enrichment

The Most Common Financial Literacy for Financial Literacy for Adult Enrichment
Estate Planning Mistakes Teens Adults
and How to Avoid Them
This class is designed especially for Even adults need help sometimes!
We will review the most common teens who are new to the banking This class is designed for adults who
mistakes individuals and families world. Begin to learn about checking may already have limited financial
make when creating wills, trusts, and & savings, how to write a check, experience and are ready to learn
other estate planning documents. We potential fees on accounts, how to more! Dive deeper into options for
will also review how to avoid probate, keep track of your banking, credit checking & savings, potential fees
taxes, and government interference union versus bank, building & on accounts, keeping track of your
with your planning. establishing credit, how poor choices banking, credit union versus bank,
#692-046 Thur., Feb. 7 of handling own credit can have long building & establishing credit, how
6:30-8 pm MMS Lecture Hall lasting ramifications, latest in identity poor choices of handling own credit
$9/1 session theft. can have long lasting ramifications,
#692-047 Thur., March 7 #692-041 Wed., Feb. 20 latest in identity theft.
6:30-8 pm MMS Lecture Hall 5-6:15 pm MMS Lecture Hall #692-042 Wed., Feb. 27
$9/1 session $9/1 session 5-6:15 pm MMS Lecture Hall
#693-048 Thur., April 18 $9/1 session
6:30-8 pm MMS Lecture Hall
$9/1 session

Let’s Talk Credit

Are you in the dark when it comes
to credit? Let us help provide the
light! Wells Fargo will be hosting
this workshop that will cover: credit
Basics, establishing your credit,
improving your credit, managing
your debt and exploring your credit
#693-049 Mon., April 22
6:30-7:30 MMS, Lecture Hall
$9/1 session

Budgeting & Saving See a class you like and want your
friends to join the fun?
You are invited to a financial Share it by using Twitter,
education event with Wells Fargo.
Learn the basics of creating a personal Facebook, Google or email.
budget and building your savings!
Leave inspired you to reach your Scan this QR code to go
financial goals. directly to registration!
#693-902 Thur., May 16
6:30-8 pm MMS Lecture Hall
$9/1 session

Registration Information Page 75 13

Adult Enrichment

Adult Enrichment XaBeat PiYo Zumba
XaBeat is a dance-
fitness program Who says you have to jump, grunt, Ditch the Workout! Join the Party!
that provides high strain, and punish your body to get Zumba dancing is a fun, joyful Latin
intensity cardio and amazing results from your workout? inspired fitness class that combines
toning in a party like atmosphere. Not with PiYo! PiYo combines the all the rhythms in Latin music (Salsa,
The routines are simple and easy to muscle-sculpting, core-firming Cumbia, Merengue, Rumba, Mambo,
follow so participants can concentrate benefits of Pilates with the strength Belly Dance, Flamenco, Samba, Tango,
on getting a better workout! XaBeat and flexibility advantages of yoga. Reggatone and Hip Hop). Zumba is for
class participants sculpt their bodies And, we crank up the speed to all ages, shapes, sizes, male and female.
and burn calories without even deliver a true fat-burning, low-impact No experience is required. In this total
realizing they are working out. All workout that leaves your body looking body workout FUN comes first and the
fitness levels are welcome. Dress in long, lean, and incredibly defined. physical benefits follow. Stress levels are
workout clothes, bring a water bottle PiYo speeds everything up—including reduced and energy is increased as you
and towel, jingle skirts are available your results—by introducing you blast calories and tone your body.    
for use but not required.   to dynamic, flowing sequences that Tuesdays with Rachel Boyum and
Instructor: Stacy Leong can burn serious calories at the same Thursdays with Jessie Zeien
time as they lengthen and tone your 6:30-7:30 pm LNHS, Dance Studio
Wednesdays 6:30-7:30 pm muscles and increase your flexibility. Thursdays
$55/6 sessions LNHS, Dance Studio Instructor: Amanda Ewers #691-070 Jan. 3-Feb. 21
Mondays and Thursdays, 7-7:45 pm $64/8 sessions
#691-079 Jan. 2-Feb. 6 LSHS, Dance Studio #692-114 Feb. 28-April 18
#692-100 Feb. 13- March 20 #692-106 Mon., Feb. 25-Apr. 1 $64/8 sessions
#692-101 March 27-May 1 $30/5 sessions (omit 3/25) #693-115 April 25-May 30
#692-107 Thur., Feb. 28-Apr. 4 $48/6 sessions
Family Fitness— $30/5 sessions (omit 3/28) Tuesdays
Family Fit! #692-108 Mon. & Thurs., #691-073 Jan. 8-Feb. 12
Feb. 25-Apr. 4 (omit 3/25 & 3/28) $48/6 sessions
Have you been $55/10 sessions #692-117 Feb. 19-March 26
looking for $48/6 sessions
something you #693-109 Mon., Apr. 8-May 13 #693-118 April 2-May 7
can do together $35/6 sessions $48/6 sessions
as a family that #693-110 Thur., Apr. 11-May 16
involves healthy $35/6 sessions
choices?  Have #693-111 Mon. & Thurs.,
you ever wanted $60/12 sessions Apr. 8-May 16
your children to be able to workout #693-112 Thur., May 23-June 27
next to you? Join us for  Body weight/ $35/6 sessions
Low weight movements for all ages! 
Classes are 60 minutes and include a TRY IT!
warm up, mobility, skill, workout and
even end with a game!  Are you ready to up your fitness
Tuesdays, 5:30-6:25pm game? We are giving you ONE
class for free! Choose from Zumba,
#692-062 Jan. 8-29 XaBeat, Gentle EM Yoga or Yoga
#692-063 Feb. 5-26
#692-064 March 5-26 Flow with Weights.
#693-065 April 2-23 No risk, just pre-register for the
$35/person (each family member first class, and then decide if it’s
must register)
Class held at Crosswinds CrossFit. right for you!


Adult Enrichment

Yoga Flow with Optional Gentle EM Yoga EM Yoga Workshop Adult Enrichment
Energy Medicine Yoga is an Join us for introductory experience
Yoga Flow is excellent for developing integrative yoga practice accessible with EM Yoga. Energy Medicine
grace, flexibility, core strength, to students of all levels. The practice Yoga is an integrative yoga practice
balance, muscular strength, and includes asana poses, breathwork, accessible to students of all levels.
overall better health. It will also meditation and Energy Medicine Whether you have wanted to find a
reduce stress, release toxins, and techniques such as acupressure new yoga practice, or if you want to
calm your mind through breath holds, Neurolymphatic Reflex self- try something new, this is the perfect
control. Additional abdominal massage (a unique and powerful time to try EM Yoga.
toning will be included in this class. way of working with and clearing #693-126 Thur., March 14
Bring a yoga mat and optional light your lymphatic system), and energy 6:30-7:30 pm JPB, 210-212
weights. This class is appropriate for channel clearings. EM yoga will help $20/1 session
students of all levels, as modifications unlock the language of your body to
will be offered by the instructor amplify your healing power – mind, #693-127 Thur., April 18
accordingly.  Instructor Stacy Solberg body, and spirit. 6:30-7:30 pm JPB, 210-212
It is yoga . . . electrified! $20/1 session
Instructor: Char Adelman
#692-119 Wednesdays #691-086 Tue., Jan. 8-Feb. 19
Jan. 16-March 13 6:30-7:30 pm 6:30-7:30 pm (omit 1/15)
LSHS, Multi-Purpose Room E101 JPB, 210-212 $60/6 sessions
$90/9 sessions #692-122 Thur., Jan 17-Feb. 28
6:30-7:30 pm JPB, 210-212
#692-120 Wednesdays $60/6 sessions
April 3-May 22 6:30-7:30 pm #692-123 Tue., Feb. 26-April 2
LSHS, Dance Studio 6:30-7:30 pm JPB, 210-212
$80/8 sessions $60/6 sessions
#693-124 Tue., April 9-May 14
6:30-7:30 pm JPB, 210-212
$60/6 sessions
#693-125 Tue., May 21-June 25
6:30-7:30 pm JPB, 210-212
$60/6 sessions

Yoga Nidra
Yoga Nidra is practiced lying down. This practice is highly guided and
takes your attention to specific places through a series of steps. The specific UCare
instructions make it easier to relax than in meditation. During Yoga Nidra, you
move into the state of conscious deep sleep. You are no longer in the waking Eligible UCare
state of consciousness, you move past the dreaming state of consciousness and members may
into the deep sleep state. Your mind is actually awake, it is the state between get up to a $15 discount on many
being asleep and awake. Yoga Nidra is restorative and rejuvenating for the body community education classes in
and mind. The mind is conscious, and the body is in a restful state. Minnesota. Members must have
UCare insurance at the time of
#693-128 Thur., March 21 6:30-7:30 pm registration and throughout the
JPB, 210-212 $20/1 session duration of the class. Members need
to provide their UCare ID number
#693-129 Thur., April 25 6:30-7:30 pm when registering for class. Limits and
JPB, 210-212 $20/1 session restrictions may apply.

Registration Information Page 75 15

Adult Enrichment

Adult Enrichment CrossFit L.I.F.E Pilates in Elko New Yoga in Elko New Market
L.I.F.E stands for Longevity In Pilates is a form of Come take some time for
Functional Efficiency and its aim is exercise, developed by Joseph yourself while you practice
to demonstrate that no one is too old Pilates, that provides a balanced yoga with your friends and
or out of shape to benefit from the approach to developing of the body neighbors. It’s a great opportunity
basic CrossFit principles of utilizing through core strength, flexibility, to improve your flexibility, strength,
a variety of functional movements and awareness in order to support balance and endurance as you practice
to enhance quality and quantity of efficient, graceful movement. This the yoga poses. Your practice will
their lives.  50 years of age or older class will be catered to all levels of also include yoga breathing that may
encouraged, but ages 18+ welcome. experience through adding props and help to reduce stress and calm your
adapting moves to challenge your mind. This class is open to beginner
As in our regular classes, L.I.F.E offers body. We will concentrate on upper and intermediate yoga students with
safe, effective workouts - a “gentile” body, core, hips, thighs and buns. modifications to help personalize the
version of Crossfit with more All levels are welcome. Remember practice. Instructor: Melissa Olson
emphasis on mobility and longevity without Challenge there is no 7-8 pm
and less on competition and intensity.  Change!  Instructor Ashley Bitzan Elko New Market Library
We start where you are and take you #691-091 Jan. 8-Feb. 26
to more than you thought you could.  6:30-7:30 pm $72/8 sessions
Many doctors recommend weight Elko New Market Library #692-136 March 5-April 23
training to build bone density and $45/6 sessions $72/8 sessions
cardio to help with brain health.  We #693-137 April 30-June 4
get to do both in these classes! #691-094 Jan. 7-Feb. 11 $72/8 sessions
#692-134 Feb. 18-April 1
Tuesdays and Thursdays  9-9:45am (omit 2/25)
$89/8 session #693-135 April 8- May 13

#692-130 Jan. 8-31 Classes in Elko New Market
#692-131 Feb. 5- 28
#692-132 March 5- 28
#693-133 April 2- 25

Walking Club
Join us and get those steps!  We will have access to a warm and comfortable
space for you to walk in this winter and spring.  These sessions are for walking
only.  This is a casual walking group.  You may attend any days that the space is
listed as open.  A calendar will be sent to all registered walkers.  
Please note that this is the walking
track around the top of the North • Walking Club buttons are now
gym at Lakeville North High available for participants!  Stop by the
School.  There will likely be other Community Education offices to pick
practices being held during that yours up!

time frame. • Wear your Walking Club button
Dates are subject to change based while walking
on student need of the area.  Please
check your calendar for all updates! • The walking track is on the upper
This $5 pass will be good for the • Be aware, there may be sports
entire year practicing in the main part of the gym
LNHS, 4-7 pm
LSHS, 5-8 pm • If you have any questions please
contact Amanda 952-232-2170


Adult Enrichment

Two Left Feet Wedding Dance - It’s not too late to look GREAT Adult Enrichment

Convinced that you have two left feet and You thought about it! You wanted to! But where did the time go? Not to
that dancing is not meant for you? Or, worry. In this 2-hour workshop, Monica Mohn, nominated by MNBride
someone you know? But still… it would be for “Best Wedding Dance Instruction”, will guide you with fun moves
helpful to know a few steps. Just in case… and simple tips to have you feeling comfortable and looking great on that
Learn fun moves and simple tips from a pro special day! Feel free to bring your special song! Couples only please.  
to ease you over those times. A little bit of
Swing, a touch of Foxtrot, a smattering of #692-140 Thur., May 2 7-9 pm
Waltz and a jazzed up “high school prom MMS, Cafeteria $30/couple

Swing & Sway” are all it takes! And you’ll be Line Dance: Tribute to Prince “Kiss”
out on the dance floor! Couples only please. A tribute to our own Minnesota Prince that’s done with a ”Kiss” and a
fun dance routine that captures the energy and feel of Prince’s classic
#692-138 Mon., Feb. 25 song. No partner needed.
7-8 pm LNHS, Dance Studio
#692-141 Wed., Jan. 23 6-7 pm
KTMS, Cafeteria $10/1 session
Line Dance for Wedding Parties
Just in time for the wedding & party season! Salsa Dance Workshop
No need to sit and watch any more: step into You’ve thought about it, so why not try it? This workshop is easy,
the party with this workshop of the popular economical and only 1 session! Geared to beginners and guided by a
line dances: Electric Slide, Cha Cha Slide, and dance champion, you’ll have basic patterns plus a couple of turns by
the Cupid Shuffle. No partner needed for an the end of the session! More than enough to satisfy your curiosity and
entire evening of fun! provide a full night of dancing! Couples and singles welcome.

#692-139 Thur., May 2 #691-142 Wed., Jan. 23 7-9pm
6-7 pm MMS, Cafeteria $30/couple
$10/1 session KTMS, Cafeteria $15/single

Fitness That Fits!
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Pilates Zumba XaBeat Zumba Open Swim
6:30-7:30 pm 6:30-7:30 pm 6:30-7:30 pm 6:30-7:30 pm
Gentle EM Yoga Yoga Flow Gentle EM Yoga January 18, 25
PIYo JPB w/ Optional JPB February 8, 15, 22
LSHS 6:30-7:30 pm Weights 6:30-7:30 pm
7:00-7:45 pm Yoga LSHS March 1, 8, 15
ENM Library 6:30-7:30 pm April 5, 12, 19,
7-8 pm

PIYo See pages
LSHS 14-16
7:00-7:45 pm
for section
Indoor Walking Club! details
Most Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays

LNHS & LSHS Walking Track

Registration Information Page 75 17

Adult Basic Education

Lakeville Area Adult Basic Education

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

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


•• Increase technology skills
•• Prepare for post-secondary education

All classes are free! | Classes begin January 7

GED/HS Diploma

Earn your GED, HS Diploma,
improve basic skills or prepare
for college.  

Mon. & Tues. 1:15-3:45 p.m.
Mon. & Wed. 5:30-8:00 p.m.

Adult Basic Education English as a Second Writing Skills
Language (ESL)
Improve your written English
This class is for all levels of through this fun, interactive
English language learners. class.  Designed for ABE/GED
Improve your basic vocabulary, students and higher level ESL
reading, writing, listening, & students.
conversation skills.
Wed.  1:00-3:30 p.m.
Mon.-Thurs. 9:15 am-12:15 pm JPB
Mon. & Wed. 5:30-8:00 p.m English Conversation
ALC Class 

Class location are on page 73 This new class will focus on
communication and fluency in
18 a group setting. Students will
also work on listening skills and
conversation strategies. 

Fridays 9:15- 11:45 a.m. 

Adult Basic Education

Distance Learning Adult Basic Education

All enrolled students have
many exciting distance learning
options available! Distance
(online) learning is a great
way to further your learning in
between class times. It can also
be used as your primary way to

Career Exploration

This class focuses on developing job readiness skills and good
work habits, resume writing and interviewing skills, exploring
career interests, and learning about local career opportunities.

Thurs. 1:00-3:30 p.m. JPB

Family School Skype Coaching

For English language learners Students can improve their
with children ages 0-5. Parents English online while working
and children learn together in with an assigned Skype coach.
this unique class focusing on This is a great way to further
literacy, parenting, life and job improve English language skills.
skills. Please call 952-232-3009 It can also be used as your
for more information. 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. English language students, please
register the first week of each month. ABE/GED students can register
at any time. All new students will complete paperwork and a short
assessment which takes approximately 90 minutes. To register, please
contact the ABE secretary listed below.

Contact Para esta informacion en espanol, por favor
visite y
Nancy Endomiatti, ABE Secretary busca bajo el programa Adult Basic Education.
952-232-2162 [email protected]
Dr. Tracie Kreighbaum, ABE Manager Volunteer for Adult Basic Education!
952-232-2161 [email protected] It is fun and rewarding! No teaching experience

necessary. Contact Amanda Trammell at
[email protected]

Visit our website! Page 75 19

Registration Information

Martial Arts

A d uMl ta rEt inar il cAhr tmse n t Kung Fu-Wu Shu Karate

Age 5–Adult Age 7–Adult
Not just a punching, kicking, self-defense class. Come join an internationally recognized local Karate
Kung Fu teaches awareness of self and surroundings community that is passionate about passing along skills
and improves self-esteem and confidence. Join a that will improve one’s self confidence, concentration,
FUN non-competitive, full participation class that physical endurance, and flexibility. We invite individuals
focuses on helping students develop leadership, of any ability to join our group where the development of
discipline, concentration and coordination skills for character is as important as the capability of each member to
a healthy mind and body. Improve your strength, protect themselves. Uniform is optional for your first session.
flexibility, agility, and endurance. Questions? Call Questions? Email [email protected] or call 320-510-2825. 
WINTER • CHE Gym Tuesdays and Thursdays
Tuesdays Jan. 29–March 19 Jan. 29-May 7, No classes: 2/26 & 2/28
$79/7 sessions No class: 3/12 $135/27 sessions
MMS Cafeteria: Jan 29-Feb 21
Adult: CLEC Gymnasiums: March 5-May 7
#692-209 Beg., White – Blue Belt 6:15-7 pm
#692-210 2nd Blue – Black Belt 7-7:45 pm Adult: 6:30-7:30 pm
#692-211 Adv. Intermediate 7:45-8:30 pm #692-214 Beginner – Intermediate 7:30-8:30 pm
(1st White – Purple Belt)
Youth: 6:15-7 pm #692-215 Advanced
#592-209 Beg. & White Belt 7-7:45 pm
#592-210 2nd Blue – Black Belt 7:45-8:30 pm Youth: 6:30-7:30 pm
#592-211 Adv. Intermediate #592-214 Beginner – Intermediate 7:30-8:30 pm
(1st White – Purple Belt)
WINTER • MMS Cafeteria #592-215 Advanced (2nd purple & above)
Wednesdays Jan. 30 – March 13
$79/7 sessions

#692-212 Beg., White – Blue Belt 6:15-7 pm
#692-213 2nd Blue – Black Belt 7-7:45 pm
#592-212 Beg., White – Blue Belt 6:15-7 pm
#592-213 2nd Blue – Black Belt 7-7:45 pm


A night of celebration !

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

entertainment performed by Community Education Kung Fu students.
Saturday Saturday, March 9 4-6pm Kenwood Trail Middle School, Gym

Door admission: $10
Children age 4 and under are free.
(Community Education Kung Fu students with complimentary ticket are free. )


Adaptive Activities

Adapted Swim Lessons Open Swim AAddauplttivEenrAichtimvietniets

Ages 6 months-Adult Love the water but don’t need swim lessons? Jump in
One on one instruction for participants of all ages with the pool for open swim on Friday evenings at McGuire
mild special needs. See aquatics section for available dates, Middle School Pool. See page 41 for all dates and times.
times and prices. All lessons held at McGuire Middle McGuire Middle School Pool is handicap accessible.
School. *Interpreters are available for adult participants,
including during a parent child class, if needed. Please
contact Katey for more info, [email protected].

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

Winter Dance Valentine’s Dance

Friday, 1/11 Friday, 2/8
6:30-9 pm 6:30-9 pm
Valley Middle School Valley Middle School
Start off the New Year dancing the night away with Join us as we celebrate the month of Love at our annual
friends! What a great way to warm up and have a fun Valentine’s Dance. Meet up with friends or bring that
time on a cold January evening. You’ll hear some of your someone special for a great night of dancing.  Be sure to
favorite tunes and we’ll have refreshments when you take wear pink or red!
a break from the dance floor.

You can register for programs online at www.district or
call 651-423-7931 and use your Visa, Mastercard or Discover.

Registration Information Page 75 21



The Basic Skills program will be held at Lakeville Hasse Arena, 8525 215th Street, Lakeville.
Register through the City of Lakeville Parks and Recreation Department at 952-985-4600 or online at
THE PROGRAM: This program is geared toward recreational skaters of all ages and skill levels. Instructors will follow the skill
progressions outlined in Learn To Skate USA Basic Skills. Skaters will be evaluated throughout the session to determine if they are
ready to advance. Our program ratio consists of a 12:1 student/instructor ratio to ensure quality instruction except for the Snow
Plow Sam which is set at an 8:1 ratio.
COST: Each level will be $89 per skater and includes eight half-hour lessons and eight half-hour practices, registration to Learn To
Skate USA and three free public skating passes. $125 P.A.L.S. per session.
REQUIREMENTS: Children in the Snowplow Sam and P.A.L.S. classes must wear a helmet (bike
helmets work well), gloves, and snow pants. All participants must wear mittens or gloves and
provide their own skates or rental skates are available for $3 per person/per class. No double
blades. Lakeville Arenas offers skate sharpening for $4 per pair of skates.

Winter Session begins on 1/5/19 with registration available through 1/19/19

Spring Session begins March 9, 2019. Please check our website in February for more information.


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

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


Your new soccer HOME in Minnesota


Birth Years 2011-2014 / CO-ED Session 2: Jan-Feb 2019 Registration
is open now!
A winter training program for our • 11v11 = Birth Years 2005-2006
younger recreational players! • 9v9 = Birth Years 2007-2008

• A fun, challenging, developmental • 7v7 = Birth Years 2009-2010
• All games are played at the
• Players develop beginner footskills HealthEast Sports Center in Woodbury
• Multiple sessions at the WE ARE STILL ADDING PLAYERS!
Rosemount Irish Sports Dome






High School

High School CE2 PROGRAM

After School Homework Enrichment Program
Grade 9
The ACE2 Program is an after-school, ISD194 staff
supervised program for students in 9th grade at Lakeville
South High School. The program provides a positive and
comfortable environment for students to receive math
homework help. As students meet their goals, they will have
the opportunity to work on skill building and peer leadership
opportunities that focus on fundraising for families in need
in our community. Each day students will be provided an
after school snack included in the program fee.
* Fee assistance available to families on Free and Reduced Lunch.  

Class meets Wednesdays and Thursdays

#591-588 Jan 9, 10, 16 and 17 2:45-3:45 pm Room A204 $32/4 sessions
#592-020 Jan 23-March 21 2:45-3:45 pm Room A204 $126/17 sessions
(omit Feb. 20)

Fencing Team HIGH SCHOOL
Grades 6–12
New and returning students invited.  Youth Enrichment TRYOUTS!
League (YEL) fencing has evolved. Olympic Coach Ro
Sobalvarro now heads up YEL’s curriculum, instructor LOOK FOR 2019-2020 ALL CHEER Tryouts
training and tournament consultation.  Coach Sobalvarro the first week in MAY for Competition Teams
brings with him an immense knowledge of youth, national
and international fencing.   We keep it fun, too.  Your
favorite instructors return with more knowledge, refined
coaching skills and, of course, your favorite fencing games
and arm bands.  Safety is our first priority. We supply safety
swords, protective masks, chest plates and jackets, in a high-
octane, inclusive environment.

7:15–8:45 pm MMS Cafeteria $129/6 sessions

#592-008 Feb. 4-March 18 (omit 2/18)
#593-002 April 15-May 20



After School Homework Enrichment Program

The ACE (Academics, Competencies, Enrichment) Program is an after-
school, ISD194 staff supervised program for students in sixth through
eighth grade at Century, Kenwood Trail and McGuire Middle Schools.
The program provides a positive and safe environment
“a positive for students to receive homework help. In addition to
and safe homework help, students will have the opportunity to
environment learn keyboarding skills, receive help with organization,
for students and also receive one on one help from high school tutors
to receive and participate in other enrichment activities.
help.” After-school enrichment programs have been shown to
help improve student’s confidence, academic
achievement, creativity, time management skills, influence
teamwork, and relieve stress on working families. Each day
students will be provided an after school snack included in the
program fee.

For more info: [email protected]
or 952-232-2172

Art Enrichment Day

Century Middle School 2:10-3:00 pm Computer Lab
Tues., Weds., Thurs.
#592-557 Jan. 29-March 21 (omit 2/26-2/28) $126/21days
#593-558 April 9-May 30 $144/24days

Kenwood Trail Middle School 2:10-3:00 pm Room 002 $78/13 days
Mon. and Weds. $90/15 days
#592-562 Jan. 28-March 20 (omit 2/18, 2/25, 2/27)
#593-563 April 8-May 29 (omit 5/27)

McGuire Middle School 2:55 - 3:45 pm $126/21days (Art Room)
Tues., Weds., Thurs. $144/24 days (Room 100)
#592-567 Jan. 29-March 21 (omit 2/26-2/28)
#593-568 April 9-May 30

(Fee Assistance available if on
free/reduced lunch)

Middle School

Middle School Babysitting 101 Pizza and Paint Night

Ages 10 ½ - 15 Grades 6-8
Gain the skills and confidence to Come for the Pizza stay for the Fun! Each month we will
be a great babysitter. This course is PAINT, DRAW or SCULPT an AWESOME project, while
fun and fast-paced with hands-on meeting new friends along the way!  Included is Pizza, Pop
activities, exciting video, role plays and lots of Fun!  Located at Pizza Hut in Lakeville. 
and lively discussions. Bring a
peanut free snack, peanut free
lunch and water to class.
It teaches young people how to:  
• Care for children and infants 
• Handle emergencies 
• Communicate effectively with parents
• Make good decisions, solve problems and stay safe
• Learn business skills such as

interviewing for a job. 

KTMS 101 Saturday #592-051 Fortnite Paint Party
9 am–1 pm $78/1 Session Feb. 1  6-8:00 pm
#592-006 Feb16
#593-000 March 16 #592-050 Henna Paint Night
Feb. 15 6-8:00 pm

Typing/Keyboarding Class Jr. Cats Competitive Off Season Club

Grades 6-8 Grades K-6
Learn how to type on a computer keyboard using the New and returning participants encouraged to join! Learn
touch system. Teaching kids to “touch” type is a great skill introductory cheerleading skills such as: motions, jumps,
to have early on and will save a tremendous amount of low level stunting, low level tumbling, and sidelines cheers.
time later. One of the most important reasons to get kids Class will be quick paced to work on endurance, but taught
typing is it helps get to the thinking faster. In academic at a low level to build basic skills. Each session will last
terms this is called “cognitive automaticity”. With typing 50 minutes. Practice t-shirt included * Mandatory parent
we are freed from the slowness of handwriting, finally meeting at 5 pm on the first day.
allowing us to get our ideas down at the speed of thought.
Come learn the correct keyboarding techniques and race Tuesdays, Feb. 26 – May 7 (omit March 26)
your friends to see who finishes first. Typing can be fun! Location TBD $129/10 sessions
In today’s technology world, keyboarding and typing has
become a necessary skill. Get a jump start on your future, #592-009 K-2 5:30-6:20 pm
sign up today! #592-010 3-6 6:30-7:20 pm

$68/12 Sessions

Mon. & Weds. Feb 4-March 18 (omit 2/18)
#592-001 CMS Computer Lab 2:15-3:00 pm
#592-000 MMS Computer Lab 3:00-3:45 pm

Tues. & Thurs. Feb 5-March 14
#592-002 KTMS Computer Lab 2:15-3:00 pm

Fencing Team

Grades 6-12
See page 24 for details.


Middle School

Law Enforcement Career Exploration Medical Explorers Class dpeBomapcauknladbr!y

With the Lakeville Police Department Collaboration with Park Nicollet
Grades 6-8 Clinic in Lakeville
Step into the world of law Grades 6-8
enforcement. Lakeville Area
Community Education Dive in, dig deeper and explore the
and the Lakeville Police medical field! Lakeville Area Community Education
Department have joined and the Lakeville Park Nicollet Clinic have joined
together to provide middle together to provide middle school students the op-
school students the portunity to gain exposure to the life of a physician, Middle School
opportunity to gain exposure to various law enforcement physician’s assistant, nurses and medical assistants,
careers WHILE having fun, positive interactions with while having fun, positive interactions with medical
law enforcement professionals. Taught by our very own professionals. Taught by our very own Lakeville Park
Lakeville Police Department, topics will include: Nicollet clinician team, topics will include:
• Path to Becoming a Police Officer (Process/Steps)
• Traffic Stops: One of the most routine tasks performed Physician/Physician’s Assistant

by a police officer. Why they do them, what they do #593-003 Thursday, April 25
and equipment that they have available/use. 5-7:00 pm $19/1 Session
• K-9 demonstration
• Fitness & Self-Defense: An introduction into the level of Thinking like a doctor – listening to the patient’s story
fitness needed for the profession and some basic self- Listening to heart sounds and what they mean
defense concepts will be discussed. Splinting injuries and the basics of an ankle/wrist exam
Time for questions/answers about what schooling is in-
#592-007 Tuesday Feb 5 6-8:00 pm volved in being a clinician, different types of clinicians
Lakeville Police Department $19/1 session & what a doctor’s day is really like

Nurses and Medical Assistant
#593-004 Thursday, May 2
Spring Break Horse Camp
5-7:00 pm  $19/1 Session 
Grades 3-12 (Broken out by age and ability)
Our Spring Break Kids Camp is perfect for your child to get Thinking like a nurse – listening to the
out of the house and enjoy our fun farm atmosphere. The patient’s story
kids enjoy our indoor riding arena during riding lessons, Getting vital signs, taking blood pressure –
riding games and fun team games. They also enjoy the 12 how do you do it and what does it mean?
indoor stalled barn with a heated lounge while learning Learn about how fast germs spread &
more about horses (nutrition, basic care, grooming and even what we can do about it.
fun braiding and more!). Also during camp the kids get to
ride daily, enjoy a farm hike, play/cuddle/feed friendly goats, Time for questions/answers about what schooling is
play team building games, enjoy a lunch (pack a lunch with involved in being in the nursing field, different job
plenty of water) and make lasting memories! Book NOW, opportunities & what a clinic nurse’s day is really like.
we fill up fast! Interested in both nights? Sign up for both at a
* Camp enrollment is limited to a low number per day for reduced fee:
maximum fun and learning for each
camper! A signed waiver is required. #593-005 Thursdays, April 25 & May 2 
5-7:00 pm  $29/2 Sessions

9:30 am–3:00 pm
Complete Equestrian Company
$99/1 session

#593-005 Monday, March 25  Register the whole
#593-006 Tuesday, March 26 week for $449 and
#593-007 Wednesday, March 27 take home a gift!
#593-008 Thursday, March 28
#593-009 Friday, March 29 Registration Information Page 75 27

Middle SchoolMiddle School

SK8 Under The Stars: Middle School Skate For A Cause

Join us for a night you won’t forget! This February will mark our first “SK8 Under the
Stars” Middle School Skate For A Cause. Lakeville Area Community Ed and Parks &
Recreation have joined together to support our local food shelf and provide a night
that includes: Ice skating, human bowling, a local DJ, selfie booth,
hot chocolate and more.   Grab your friends, grab your skates and
bring a canned or non-perishable food item for a chance to win
prizes!  **Limited  skate rentals available.
#592-053     Friday, February 8          6-8:30 pm       
McGuire Ice Rink              $19/1 Session

Youth Service Project

Grades 6-8
Bundles of Love Charity is a volunteer driven nonprofit organization that partners with groups looking
to assist Minnesota families in need by providing handmade baby clothing, bedding and basic care
items for their newborns. Their vision is to gather communities to support parents and newborns.
This January, students in Grades 6-8 have the opportunity to get together and make tie blankets and
put together baby supply care packages. Through their efforts they will help bring peace of mind to
families and provide essential supplies to show they are not alone and that others care. Grab a friend
and join us at the Lakeville Heritage Center! With the help of Lakeville Area Active Adult volunteers,
we can get wrapped up in the fun of making blankets. A snack and hot
chocolate will be served.
This project is for CMS, KTMS and MMS students.  

#592-040 Friday January 18          3-5:00 pm 
$6/1 session (fee included for baby supply donation)

Extra donations welcome to be brought to the event!

Located at Lakeville Heritage Center, 20110 Holyoke Avenue

Music & Special Interests Voice Lessons—Private

Private Band Lessons Grades 2 and up
Do you love to sing? Experience the many benefits through
Grades 6 & up private lessons. You will not only gain confidence as a
Receive a one-on-one lesson weekly to help you musician but will learn to safely project your voice and
enhance your playing skills. Lessons are offered in ½ improve your expressive singing, sight singing (audition
hour increments at Century Middle School. Dates and skills), and poise. Additional cost for music $5–$30. Half-
times TBD. hour lessons available from 4:30-8:30 pm. Sign up online.

Please email [email protected] to have Thursdays CMS Practice Room $143/6 lessons
your name added to interest list.
Feb 7 - March 14
28 April 4-May 9 Scan this QR code to go

directly to registration!

Youth Enrichment

ART CLASSES tchreeScsalpeataisfvrsuiketnysy!noweuiwtrh

Art Extravaganza Camp
Grades K-5

Join us for an art extravaganza No school day
and we’ll warm up winter
with lots of colorful at a Kid Zone site!

creations. We’ll use resistance
techniques and watercolor to create colorful fish,
sculpt a delightful creation with clay and try your Youth Enrichment
hand at foil embossing. We’ll explore lots of medium
and art techniques to create some amazing art.

#592-034 Monday
January 21 9:20 am - noon
LME Art Room $45/1 session

Parent/Child Date Night Customized Wood Ball Cupcake Commotion! New
Grades 1 and up
with Kidcreate Studio Signs New
5-12 years old and a parent/ Grades 1 and up Let’s get creative and do some
guardian fun food crafting! Everyone will leave
What better way to spend New Show off your team with 6 delicious cupcakes
spirit by making at 12” wood ball decorated with frosting,
sign representing your favorite candy and sprinkles! All
time with your child than sport! Please indicate what ball and supplies are provided and
creating masterpieces? Prepare for include a cupcake carrier
an evening filled with fun! You and the name you would like on your to take the cupcakes home
sign at time of registration. Ball in. Gluten, nuts and other
your child will follow easy step- choices include: baseball, basketball, ingredients will be used
by-step instructions as you create during this class.
matching floral paintings. Each volleyball, tennis ball or soccer ball.
*Registration must be received 1 week
parent and child will create their own prior to class date.
masterpiece on a real canvas board.
#593-041 Saturday
#592-032 Thursday #593-043 Saturday April 13 10-11:30 am
April 6 10-11:30 am
February 21 6:30-8 pm KTMS Room 101 $35/1 session
KTMS Room 101 KTMS Room 101 $35/1 session

$39 per parent/child pair Painted Flower Pots with Thumbprint Poppy New

Plants New Canvas
Grades 1 and up Grades 1 and up

These painted planters or flower pots Children love to paint with their
are a great kid-made gift! They are hands, so this spring inspired class
perfect for Mother’s Day or as an is going to be a blast! Each child
end of the school year gift for your will create their own field of poppies
favorite teacher. The best part is that on an 8” x 10” canvas using their
they come with a growing vegetable thumbprint and other painting
plant! Class includes 3 pots, dirt, utensils.

garden marker and plants with care #593-042 Saturday
April 13 12-1:30 pm
instructions. KTMS Room 101 $35/1 session
#593-044 Saturday
April 6 12-1:30 pm
KTMS Room 101 $35/1 session
Registration Information Page 75

Youth Enrichment


Jr Engineering and Building-Wheels and Gears Home Alone
Grades K-3 Ages 8–10

Youth Enrichment If you have a learner who likes building things and figuring out how things Our Home Alone class will provide
work, they will love this class. Join us as we explore, investigate, & solve many necessary tools so your child
problems while we learn about the building blocks of engineering-simple is well-equipped to stay home safely
machines. Students working in pairs will enjoy hands-on activities using whether for five minutes or a couple
LEGO® Gears and special Technic engineering components that incorporate of hours. Does your child know what
math, science & creativity. Students will work through building models that to do in case of a fire? A stranger at
demonstrate mechanical and physical engineering. They will then use what the door? How to use the Internet
safely? What if they get hungry
they learned to solve challenges. and want to make a snack? We will
cover these topics and more while
#592-033 Saturday February 16 9 am - noon identifying what is a real emergency
KTMS Media Center $55/1 session and what is a situation that they can
handle on their own or call a trusted
3D Engineering: Architectural and Structural Design adult. Kids will make a basic first
Grades K-3 aid kit and will receive a home alone
safety booklet. Please have your child
Bring your imagination to life. Become a master bricklayer, and use our special bring a water bottle and a nut free
architectural Lego kits to build your creations. Be an architect as you learn
the principles of construction. The main goal of the course is to introduce the snack.
concept of 3 Dimension and its role in designing. Working in teams, students
will construct buildings, structures, towers, castles and more. Students learn #592-030 Saturday
principles of construction and use math skills as they experiment with scale March 9 9 am–Noon
and size, staggering vs. stacking and more. In a hands-on class using LEGO® KTMS Room 108 $38/1 session
materials, we’ll build houses with removable roofs, castles with turrets, and
towers of strength! It just may be impossible to exhaust the creative potential Babysitting 101
of LEGO bricks. With an active imagination as your guide, there are endless 10 ½ - 15

possibilities. See page 26 for description.

#593-045 Friday March 22 9 am - noon
KTMS Media Center $55/1 session

Minecraft Movie Making Chess Tournament
Grades 1-5 Grades K–5

Minecraft is the game phenomenon Test your skills against the best chess players throughout the Lakeville
focused on creativity and building, area! Each participant will play 6 games of tournament chess! This is
allowing players to build environments a fantastic opportunity for students to match up their skills against
out of textured cubes in a 3D virtual players of similar age and skill level. Sign up today to take on the best.
world. Working in pairs, students will be Pizza will be available for the competitors between 10:45–11:30 am
introduced to Minecraft in real life with
our customized Legos, and finally, film (included in the fee).
a stop motion movie using Minecraft-
inspired Lego creations. The focus will Saturday, April 13 9 am–3 pm MMS Cafeteria/Gym
be on creating Minecraft-inspired Lego
worlds and filming. $45 until 11 am on Fri., April 12 $55 at the door

#593-046 Saturday Registration not taken through Community Education, to register
please visit:

April 13 9 am - noon
KTMS Media Center $55/1 session


Youth Enrichment


Fencing Baton Twirling for Beginners Youth Enrichment
Grades 2–5 Ages 6-9

New and returning students invited! Join this fast Learn to toss, twirl and spin a baton with fun music and exciting
growing Olympic sport. Each YEL! fencing class dance moves! Glow with squeals of delight, smiles and a sparkle
in your eye as you perform your newest spinning and twirling
follows four basic components: moves learned in this creative twirling class. Batons available to
• Teach It! Hall of Fame Olympic Fencing Coach borrow or purchase for $28 payable to instructor.

Ro Sobalvarro crafts our lessons and curriculum. #592-035 Wednesday
• Practice It! Students pair up and practice the Jan 9-Feb 6 5-5:45 pm

fencing move or concept, rotate partners and CLEC Gym $49/5 sessions
• Move It! Students then participate in fencing
matches using only the moves taught so far.
• Play It! 10-15 minutes each class students fence
with multiple fencers at their skill level.
All equipment provided. Sign up
today to THINK, LEARN and


Winter Session Baton Twirling for Intermediates
#592-031 Feb. 4-March 18 Ages 6-9
6:15 – 7:15 pm (omit 2/18)
MMS Cafeteria $105/6 sessions Twirlers that have taken our Beginner class are invited to attend
this class where we master combinations of tricks, learn new skills

Spring Session and develop confidence and a sense of self-accomplishment!

#593-040 April 15-May 20 #592-036 Wednesday
6:15 – 7:15 pm MMS Cafeteria Jan 9-Feb 6 5:50-6:35 pm
$105/6 sessions CLEC Gym $49/5 sessions

Fencing Team Spring Break Horse Camp
Grades 6-12 Grades 3-12

See page 24 for See page 27 for description.

Music Jr. Cats Competitive Off Season Club
Grades K-6 (Broken out by grade)
Private Band Lessons
New and returning participants encouraged to join! Learn
Grades 6 & up introductory cheerleading skills such as: motions, jumps, low
See page 28 for description. level stunting, low level tumbling, and sidelines cheers. Class will
be quick paced to work on endurance, but taught at a low level to
Voice Lessons—Private build basic skills. Each session will last 50 minutes. Practice t-shirt
included * Mandatory parent meeting at 5 pm on the first day.
Grades 2 and up
See page 28 for description.

Tuesdays, Feb. 26 – May 7 (omit March 26)
Location TBD $129/10 sessions

#592-009 K-2 5:30-6:20 pm
#592-010 3-6 6:30-7:20 pm

Registration Information Page 75 31

Youth Enrichment

Crosswinds CrossFit Classes for Youth LifeTime CLIMB Programs

Family Fitness – Family Fit! Join us for age
Have you been looking for something you can do together as a family that climbing classes
involves healthy choices?  Have you ever wanted your children to be able to that teach terminology, safety and
workout next to you? Join us for  Body weight/Low weight movements for all climbing techniques.
ages!  Classes are 60 minutes and include a warm up, mobility, skill, workout
and even end with a game!  These classes are the same format as regular class, $55/4 sessions $65/5 sessions
with a kids/tweens twist of games at the end!!
Mini Monkeys, ages 5-6
Tue. 5-6 pm
Youth Enrichment Tuesdays, 5:30-6:25pm Jan. 8-29 #692-600
$35/person (each family member must register) Feb. 5-26 #692-601

Jan. 8-29 #692-062 April 9-30 #692-602
Feb. 5-26 #692-063
March 5-26 #692-064 May 7-28 #692-603

April 2-23 #693-065 All Crosswinds CrossFit classes are held Cliff Hangers, ages 7-11
Thu. 5-6 pm
at: 20196 Heritage Dr, Lakeville, MN Jan. 3-31 #692-604

CrossFit Kids, ages 3-8 Feb. 7-28 #692-605
Our Crosswinds CrossFit Kids have so much fun doing fitness, they don’t even
realize it is fitness! Improve basic physical skills, social skills and confidence. April 4-25 #692-606
May 9-30 #692-607
Learn fundamental movements including squats, push-
ups, pull ups, climbing, jumping, running, stretching and Gravity, ages 12-17
Wed. 5-6 pm
elementary gymnastics movements.  Jan. 9-30 #692-608

Sat. 8:35-9:05 am $49/4 Sessions Feb. 6-27 #692-609

Jan. 5-26 #692-612 April 3-24 #692-610
Feb. 2-23 #692-613 May 8-29 #692-611
March 2-23 #692-614
April 6-27 #692-615

CrossFit Tweens, ages 9-12 CrossFit Teens, Ages 13-18

Every class is different and that is what keeps it exciting, Are you looking to help your teen be stronger, faster, and
as well as helps each child be a well-rounded athlete. In healthier? We have a great program ready for you! We
this class we provide a safe introduction to weightlifting understand the needs of youth and high school athletes
and really work on core strength and body control. We to develop speed, agility, accuracy and power.  Our Teens
will work on physical and mental strength, endurance, and program is a more serious strength and conditioning
cohesion all in a package relative to making each person program where weightlifting is an area of focus.
Mon. 3:30-4:25 pm $60/4 sessions
Jan. 7-28 #692-627
Mon. 5:30-6:25 pm $60/4 sessions Feb. 4-25 #692-628
Jan. 7-28 #692-615 March 4-25 #692-629
Feb. 4-25 #692-616 April 1-22 #692-630
March 4-25 #692-617
April 1-22 #692-618 Sat. 11:10-12:05 am $60/4 sessions
Jan. 5-26 #692-631
Sat. 10:10-11:05am $60/4 sessions Feb. 2-23 #692-632
Jan. 5-26 #692-619 March 2-23 #692-633
Feb. 2-23 #692-620 April 6-27 #692-634
March 2-23 #692-621
April 6-27 #692-622
Monday & Saturday
$100/8 sessions
Monday & Saturday $100/8 sessions Jan. 5-28 #692-635
Jan. 5-28 #692-623
Feb. 2-25 #692-624 Feb. 2-25 #692-636
March 2-25 #692-637
March 2-25 #692-625 April 1-27 #692-638
April 1-27 #692-626


andInteractive Activities - DJ - Photo Ops with Mascots
Food Vendors - Live Musical Performances - Open Swim

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Calling all families!

Explore activities and sports for all ages!

Experience activities from more than 40 District and community organizations
offering everything from educational opportunities to fine arts to sports.
Learn more at

Saturday, February 2 3
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Kenwood Trail Middle School

Before & After School Classes

Before and after school is cool! There is so much fun happening before and after your school day!

Learn to play chess, draw paint & sculpt, become a juggler, or star in a show!

DON’T WAIT! Registration closes at noon the day before class begins! Classes must meet the minimum amount of
enrollments to run and classes may fill! Pre-registration is required for all students, we will be unable to accept anyone as
a drop-in. 

If you are able to provide transportation, your child may register for classes at See pages 36-37 for more class
any of our elementary schools. dates, times and prices.

For full class descriptions, please visit

Youth Enrichment Drama Lab Comedy Hour Dr. Seuss Story Tellers
Grades 1-5 Grades K-2

Get ready to laugh, get silly, and try Tongue twisting, silly face making fun
new things, as you prepare for your with Dr. Seuss! Act out favorite Dr. Seuss
variety show. We use games, activities, stories like “The Cat in the Hat” or “Green
skits, and so much more to unlock Eggs and Ham”, recreated for family and
your confidence and creativity. friends! Participants experience will include warm-up games, theatre
For your final class you and your exercises and movement.
friends will present a whacky variety
show for your friends and families! “If you never did you should.
These things are fun and fun is good.”
No auditions Dr. Seuss
necessary, every
student belongs Grandmasters of Chess Junior Video Game Design
on our stage! Grades K-5 Grades 2-5 Scratch by {YEL!}
Sign up now!
Whether you’re a Grandmaster or a Bring your ideas to life and create
Juggling for beginners Beginner this class is for you! your very own video game that you
Grades 3-5 Each YEL! Chess class follows four and your friends can play online!
basic components: Each {YEL!} Video Game class
Throw things! Catch things! • Teach It! Each class students are follows four basic components:
You will learn to manipulate objects • Teach It! Students learn different
in the air, on your body and on the taught different chess concepts
ground. Learn in a safe, fun and and coached to implement those video game design techniques
supportive environment in which each concepts into their chess games. (movement blocks, control blocks,
and every one succeeds. This hands- • Practice It! Students practice basic animation, adding scores,
on, interactive workshop promises positions set by the coach to etc.)
that you’ll leave the class having improve their understanding of the • Code It! Students use Scratch* to
succeeded in learning how to juggle! concept. code their own video games: i.e.
• Puzzle It! Students are given chess maze runner, asteroid smash and
puzzles (constructed by WIM more.
Serafima Sokolovskaya) and work • Explore It! Students can write their
with coach guidance to solve them. own video game code, experiment
• Play It! Each class ends with with it and test new options. Our
students playing 20-30 minutes collaborative learning environment
of chess. Coaches often feature encourages students to learn from
in-class tournaments during the each other
session. • Keep It! Students can keep their
video games online with Scratch
THINK, LEARN & PLAY WELL and can access it and expand upon
with it at any time.


Before & After School Classes


Grades K-5 Fit and Fun! Youth Enrichment
Pokémon! Grades K-5
Gotta draw them
all! With Watch Have a ton of fun while you strengthen your outsides and your
Me Draw, you will insides! Run through obstacle courses, jump away on trampolines,
learn how to draw, and perfect your handstand in this active class. You will get active
paint and sculpt and learn skills for a healthy lifestyle through exercise, yoga
a Pokémon while mindfulness, and healthy eating. Sign up to get strong today!
getting messy with fun materials like paint
and clay. You will complete a project at each School of Rock Rookies
class that you can take home and you will Grades K-2
have a lot of fun while you’re doing it.
Minnesota! Are you ready to rock?! You will develop your
Snowflakes, hockey skates, and snowmen, oh music skills by playing ukulele, guitar, drums,
my! With Watch Me Draw, you will learn to keys/piano and singing. Rookies is a fun and
draw your favorite hockey player, create glitter positive environment for you to get started on
snowflakes, and sculpt your own Walker Art your rockin’ music journey. School of Rock
exhibit. You will is the world’s largest and most trusted music
have fun getting school in the world, enroll now!
messy with materials
like paint, clay, and After School Voice Lessons 
glitter. Every class Grades 3-5
you will complete a
new project to take Does your elementary student love to sing? Looking for a way
home! to engage them in music training that doesn’t involve buying an
Furry Friends! instrument? Look no further! Elementary aged voice lessons are
IT’S SO FLUFFY! being offered at Lake Marion Elementary on Tuesday, Wednesday,
Paint the cutest fluffiest and Thursday evenings. Lessons are a half hour or an hour
duck, sculpt a silly depending on the package. Lesson curriculum includes vocal
hedgehog, and draw a technique, music literacy, and the rehearsal of one performance
fuzzy caterpillar. piece per session of the student and teacher’s choosing. Schedule
You will have fun will be set with consultation by the teacher and parents. Must
getting messy with materials like paint, clay, provide own transportation.
and glitter. In every class, you will complete an
adorable project to take home! After School Piano Lessons
Grades 1-5
Enroll now—let’s get messy!
Does your elementary student want to learn how to play the
piano? Elementary aged piano lessons are being offered at Lake
Marion Elementary on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
evenings. Lessons are a half hour or an hour depending on the
package. Schedule will be set with consultation by the teacher and
parents. Must provide own transportation.

Registration Information Page 75 35

Youth Enrichment

Cherry View Elementary Christina Huddleston Eastview Elementary JFK Elementary
4:00–5:00 pm Elementary 4:00–5:00 pm 4:00–5:00 pm
3:25–4:25 pm **Except where noted**
**Except where noted** **Except where noted**
**Except where noted**

Drama Lab Comedy Hour Dr. Seuss Story Tellers Drama Lab Comedy Hour Drama Lab Comedy Hour
#492-CV1 #492-CH2 #493-EV1 #492-JF1
Mondays 1/28-3/18 (omit 2/18) Mondays 2/4 -3/4 Fridays 4/26-5/31 Fridays 2/1-3/15
$115/7 sessions (omit 2/18) $115/6 sessions $115/7 sessions
Commons $55/3 sessions IMC Media Center
**8:15-9:15 am**
**3:25-4:55 pm**

Youth Enrichment Dr. Seuss Story Tellers Juggling for Beginners Fit and Fun! Dr. Seuss Story Tellers
#492-CV3 #493-CH1 #493-EV2 #492-JF3
Wednesdays 2/6-2/27 Mondays 5/6-5/20 Tuesdays 4/9 -4/30 Thursdays 1/10-1/31
$58/4 sessions $55/3 sessions $80/4 sessions $58/4 sessions
Commons Gym Downstairs Hallway Media Center
**4:00-5:15pm** **3:25-4:55 pm** **8:15-9:15 am**

Juggling for Beginners Watch Me Draw! Pokémon! Junior Video Game Design Juggling for Beginners
#493-CV2 #492-CH3 Spring Session #493-JF2
Wednesdays 5/15-5/29 Tuesdays 1/22-2/19 #493-EV6 Thursdays 5/9-5/23
$55/3 sessions $74/5 sessions Wednesdays 4/10-5/15 $55/3 sessions
Commons Cafeteria $99/6 sessions Outside
**4:00-5:30pm** **4:00-5:30pm**

Junior Video Game Design Watch Me Draw! Minnesota! Junior Video Game Design Watch Me Draw! Pokémon!
Winter Session #492-CH4 Winter Session #492-JF4
#492-CV9 Tuesdays 2/26-4/9 #492-EV7 Mondays 1/7-2/11
Thursdays 1/31-3/7 (omit 3/12 -3/26 ) Wednesdays 1/30-3/13 (omit 1/21 )
$99/6 sessions $74/5 sessions (omit 3/6) $74/5 sessions
IMC Cafeteria $99/6 sessions Art Room
Art Room

Junior Video Game Design Watch Me Draw! Furry Friends! Grandmasters of Chess Watch Me Draw! Minnesota!
Spring Session #493-CH5 Winter Session #492-JF5
#493-CV0 Tuesdays 4/23-5/21 #492-EV8 Mondays 3/4-4/15
Thursdays 4/11-5/16 $74/5 sessions Mondays 1/14-3/18 (omit 3/25 -4/1 )
$99/6 sessions Cafeteria (omit 1/21-2/18) $74/5 sessions
Meeting Spot $129/8 sessions Art Room
Media Center

Watch Me Draw! Pokémon! Grandmasters of Chess Watch Me Draw! Furry Friends!
#492-CV4 Spring Session #493-JF6
Mondays 1/7-2/11 #493-EV9 Mondays 4/22-5/20
(omit 1/21 ) Mondays 4/8-5/20 $74/5 sessions
$74/5 sessions $112/7 sessions Art Room
Art Room Art Room

Grandmasters of Chess Watch Me Draw! Pokémon!
Winter Session #492-EV3
#492-CV7 Thursdays 1/10-2/14 (omit 2/7)
Tuesdays 1/22-3/12 $74/5 sessions
$129/8 sessions Art Room

Grandmasters of Chess Scan this QR code to go Watch Me Draw! Minnesota! “Like” us on
Spring Session directly to registration! #492-EV4
#493-CV8 Thursdays 3/7-4/11 (omit 3/28) Facebook
Tuesdays 4/9-5/28 $74/5 sessions
$129/8 sessions Art Room
IMC Watch Me Draw! Furry Friends! LakevilleAreaEnrichment
Watch Me Draw! Minnesota! #493-EV5
#492-CV5 Thursdays 4/18-5/30
Mondays 2/25-4/8/18 (omit 5/2, 5/9)
(omit 3/25, 4/1 ) $74/5 sessions
$74/5 sessions Art Room
Art Room

Watch Me Draw! Furry Friends! Do you have a new class idea?
#493-CV6 Email Nichole to suggest it, [email protected].
Mondays 4/15-5/13
$74/5 sessions
Art Room


Youth Enrichment

Lake Marion Elementary Lakeview Elementary Oak Hills Elementary Impact at Orchard Lake
4:00–5:00 pm 3:25–4:25 pm 3:25–4:25 pm Elementary
4:00–5:00 pm
**Except where noted** **Except where noted** **Except where noted**
**Except where noted**

Fit and Fun! Grandmasters of Chess Dr. Seuss Story Tellers Drama Lab Comedy Hour
#493-LM1 Winter Sessions #492-OH1 #492-IA-OL2
Tuesdays 4/2-4/30 #492-LV3 Fridays 2/8-3/1 Fridays 1/11-3/1 (omit 2/15)
(omit 4/16) Fridays 1/25-3/15 $58/4 sessions $115/7 sessions
$80/4 sessions $129/8 sessions Media Center Media Center
Gym Media Center
**3:25-4:45** **8:15-9:15 am**

Piano Lessons Grandmasters of Chess Juggling for Beginners School of Rock Rookies Youth Enrichment
#492-LM5 Spring Session #493-OH7 #492-IA-OL1
Tues., Wed., or Thur. #493-LV4 Tuesdays 5/7-5/28 (omit 5/14) Wednesdays 1/2-2/20
30 or 60 minutes Fridays 4/5-5/31 $55/3 sessions $115/8 sessions
View options online (omit 4/19) Gym Music Room
Music Room  $129/8 sessions
Media Center **3:25-4:45**

Voice Lessons Junior Video Game Design Grandmasters of Chess Watch Me Draw! Pokémon!
#492-LM6 Winter Session Winter Session #492-IA-OL3
Tues., Wed., or Thur. #492-LV1 #492-OH2 Tuesdays 1/15-2/12
30 or 60 minutes Mondays 1/28-3/11 (omit 2/18) Mondays 1/14-3/18 $74/5 sessions
View options online $99/6 sessions (omit 1/21, 2/18) Art Room
Music Room Media Center $129/8 sessions
Media Center

Watch Me Draw! Pokémon! Junior Video Game Design Grandmasters of Chess Watch Me Draw! Minnesota!
#492-LM2 Spring Session Spring Session #492-IA-OL4
Fridays 1/11-2/8 #493-LV2 #493-OH3 Tuesdays 2/19-3/19
$74/5 sessions Mondays 4/15-5/20 Mondays 4/8-5/20 $74/5 sessions
Art Room $99/6 sessions $112/7 sessions Art Room
Media Center Media Center

Watch Me Draw! Minnesota! School of Rock Rookies Watch Me Draw! Pokémon! Watch Me Draw! Furry Friends!
#492-LM3 #492-LV7 #492-OH4 #493-IA-OL5
Fridays 2/15-3/15 Wednesdays 2/27-5/8 Wednesdays 1/9-2/6 Tuesdays 4/2-4/30
$74/5 sessions (omit 3/6, 3/27, 5/1) $74/5 sessions $74/5 sessions
Art Room $115/8 sessions Art Room Art Room
Art Room

Watch Me Draw! Furry Friends! Watch Me Draw! Pokémon! Watch Me Draw! Minnesota!
#493-LM4 #492-LV5 #492-OH5
Fridays 4/26-5/24 Thursdays 1/10-2/7 Wednesdays 2/13-3/13
$74/5 sessions $74/5 sessions $74/5 sessions
Art Room Art Room Art Room

Weather Alerts! Watch Me Draw! Minnesota! Watch Me Draw! Furry Friends!
#493-LV6 #493-OH6
Thursdays 4/4-5/2 Wednesdays 4/3-5/1
$74/5 sessions $74/5 sessions
Art Room Art Room

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emergency weather-related cancellations.
Check that your telephone numbers Haddii aad su,aal qabtid fadlan soo wac layankan Somalihaah:
and email addresses are listed correctly 952-232-3066
in the online registration system,
Eleyo. During periods of severe weather, ISD194 School Success Liaisons
watch for updates on Facebook and African American: Regina Smith, 612-440 8828, [email protected]
check our website. American Indian: Margaret Wolf, 952-232-5044, [email protected]
Somalia: Huda Ali: 952-232-3066, [email protected]
Spanish: Hugo Muñoz: 952-232-3063, [email protected] and
Lydia Lindsoe: 952-232-2067, [email protected]

Registration Information Page 75 37


Experience a quality, affordable, safe, fun gymnastics program! While using the All classes are
spring floor, uneven bars, tumble track, vault (Mat Rats only) and balance 9 sessions.
beam students will develop motor skills, balance, strength and coordination.
Classes meet in Auxiliary Gym D at Lakeville South High School. Parent Were you previously in a class
observation during classes is available. Email Gymnastics at another gymnastics academy
Coordinator at [email protected] or call the Community
Education office at 952-232-2169 with questions. and aren’t sure what level to
register for? Check out our
Parent and Tot Save $10 by registering comparison chart online at
18 months–3 years $59 before January 6!

Gymnastics Calling all parents with New
toddlers! This program is
designed to engage the little ones Twisters 1 Twisters 2
while expending enough energy for Ages 6–12 $109 Ages 6-12 $109
a good night’s sleep. This program
will take your toddler step by step A beginner to advanced beginner class After successfully completing the
for youth with little to no gymnastics required skills from Twisters 1, your
through the basics of gymnastics experience. This class introduces child will bounce right into Twisters
while promoting: fitness, flexibility students to all of the equipment: 2. In this advanced beginner to
bars, beam, floor and vault. Our staff intermediate course, your child will
and socialization. is trained to help aspiring gymnasts progress rapidly by learning skills with

#592-700 Mondays to work to the best of their abilities. higher difficulty, improving in areas of
Jan. 14–March 18 (omit 2/18) Students will also develop: self- strength and flexibility, and creating a
6-6:30 pm confidence, balance, strength, and strong foundation for future skills and

#592-708 Thursdays body awareness. levels.
Jan. 17–March 14
6-6:30 pm #592-704 Tuesdays #592-702 Mondays
Jan. 15–March 19 (omit 1/22) Jan. 14–March 18 (omit 2/18)
Tiny Tumblers 6:45-7:40 pm 7:35-8:30 pm

Age 4–5 $109 #592-706 Wednesdays #592-710 Thursdays
Jan. 16–March 13 Jan. 17–March 14
This class is an informative and fun 6:45-7:40 pm 7:35-8:30 pm
introduction to gymnastics. For
children that are ready to start with #592-713 Saturdays
the basics, we will work with each Jan. 19–March 16 Twisters 3
child to develop their skills on events 3:15-4:10 pm Ages 7-13 years $109

like: floor, bars, beam, and vault. Students that have completed New
Your child will grow as a gymnast and Twisters 2, but are not ready
for the rigors of Mat Rats can be invited
become more fit, coordinated, flexible to join Twisters 3. If your child has
and balanced.
been working hard to perfect their
#592-701 Mondays skills and drills for each event and
Jan. 14–March 18 (omit 2/18)
6:35-7:30 pm are confident they are up for a new
challenge, then this is the class for
#592-703 Tuesdays you!
Jan. 15–March 19 (omit 1/22)
5:45-6:40 pm #592-707 Wednesdays
Jan. 16–March 13
#592-705 Wednesdays 7:45-8:40 pm
Jan. 16–March 13
5:45-6:40 pm

#592-709 Thursdays Scan this QR code to go
Jan. 17–March 14 directly to registration!
6:35-7:30 pm


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Dynamic Dudes $109 Mat Rats (pre-team) $209
Age 5 -10 Ages 6–12
Dynamic Dudes is a boys beginner with instructor approval
and advanced beginner level class. It
teaches the basics of gymnastics while An advanced gymnastics class for students who have
improving strength, coordination, demonstrated readiness for more rigorous gymnastics
flexibility, confidence, and social skills training. If you are looking for a challenging gymnastics
for boys of all ages and abilities. Our program, but less of a time commitment than traditional
focus for will be on men’s gymnastics competitive gymnastics programs; this fun, flexible program
events including: vault, floor, rings and is for you. This class will develop connections during floor
routines and basic choreography as well as advanced skills
on beam, bars and vaulting. Class meets for two hours. The
high bar. instructor will let you know when you are ready to sign up for Gymnastics

#592-712 Saturdays this class.
Jan. 19–March 16 2:15-3:10 pm
#592-711 Saturdays
Jan. 19-March 16 12:15-2:10 pm

Registration Information Page 75 39

Aquatics & Safety

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

For complete class descriptions and comparison of levels to other swim programs, please visit our website:
Swim Lesson prices and schedule on pages 42-43

Aquatics & Safety Parent/Child Lessons Aqua Kids 2 Beginner 2

Aqua Tots Participants continue to develop skills Participants learn to swim without
without a parent. Skills (may be flotation. Skills include: jump into
Ages 6 months – 5 years performed with flotation or assistance chest-deep water and return to the
(with parent or guardian) from instructor) include: jump into edge of pool, bob underwater, blowing
Enjoy swimming with your child chest-deep water and return to the bubbles, front float, 10 sec., front glide,
while building swimming readiness edge of pool, bob underwater, blowing turn and swim back to the wall, back
by emphasizing fun in the water bubbles, front float, 10 sec., front glide, float, 10 sec., back glide, roll over, turn
accompanied by a parent or guardian. turn and swim back to the wall, back and swim back to the wall, tread water,
Parents learn to help their child float, 10 sec., back glide, roll over, turn 10 sec., paddle stroke on front, 15 yd.,
adjust to the water and develop safety and swim back to wall, paddle stroke back crawl, 5 yd., elementary backstroke
awareness. Skills introduced (with on front, 5 yd., elementary backstroke arms, 10 yd.
flotation or assistance): enter the 5 yd.
water, submerge head, bob underwater/ Intermediate 1
blow bubbles, front float/glide face School Age Lessons
in water, 3 sec. each, back float/glide, Participants learn to be comfortable
ears in water, 3 sec. each. For complete Recommended for ages 5 & up with new skills in deep water and learn
class description, please visit our front crawl, back crawl and elementary
website. *Each participant must be Beginner 1 backstroke to basic standards of
accompanied by an adult. competency. Skills include: jump into
Participants become comfortable in deep water, kneeling dive, survival float,
Preschool Lessons the water learning basic skills. Skills 20 sec., back float, 20 sec., tread water,
(may be performed with flotation): 20 sec., front crawl, 15 yd., back crawl,
Recommended for ages 3 – 5 years jump into chest-deep water, bob 15 yd., elementary backstroke, 15 yd.,
underwater, blowing bubbles, front breaststroke kick, 15 yd.
Aqua Kids 1 float, face in water, 3 sec., front
glide, face in water, back float, ears Intermediate 2
Participants become comfortable in in water, 3 sec., back glide, ears in
the water learning basic skills without water, roll over: front to back/back to Participants increase endurance,
a parent. Skills (may be performed front, paddle stroke on front, 5 yd., improve competency for strokes
with flotation): enter the water elementary backstroke 5 yd. learned in Intermediate 1 and learn
independently, submerge head, bob breaststroke to basic standards of
underwater/blow bubbles, front competency. Skills include: standing
float/glide face in water, 3 sec. each, dive, swim under water 5 yds. and
back float/glide, ears in water, 3 sec. retrieve object, feet-first surface dive,
each, paddle stroke on front, 5 yards, somersault, open turn: front/back
elementary backstroke, 5 yards. crawl, tread water, 1 min., front crawl,
25yd., elementary backstroke, 25yd.,
back crawl, 25 yd., breaststroke, 15 yd.,
dolphin kick, 15 yd.


Aquatics & Safety

Advanced 1 Private, Semi-Private Introduction Aquatics & Safety
& Adaptive to Competitive New
Participants learn advanced skills used in Swimming
competitive swimming and lifeguarding, Private/Semi-Private
improve competency for strokes learned Lessons Storm Swim Club is partnering
in Intermediate 2 and learn butterfly with Lakeville Area Community
and sidestroke to basic standards of Designed for personalized 1:1 or Education to provide a class option
competency. Skills include: shallow 1:2 (instructor:student) instruction that will serve to bridge the gap
dive, head-first surface dive to 7 ft. for youth and adults. Perfect for the between swim lessons and more
and retrieve object, flip turn: front/ hesitant swimmer or adult learner. competitive options that the Storm
back crawl, tread water, 2 min. using Must provide both names for semi Club offers. The professional staff
different kicks, front crawl, 50 yd., private lessons. It is recommended from the Storm Swim Club will be
back crawl, 50 yd., breaststroke, 50 yd., the students are at a similar skill level. instructing this class. Swimmers
butterfly, 15 yd., sidestroke, 15 yd. should have completed, or have
Adaptive Lessons skills equivalent to Level 6, or
Advanced 2 Advanced 2, and feel comfortable
Designed for personalized 1:1 swimming unassisted. The goal is to
Participants continue to learn skills instruction for participants with equip swimmers at all levels with the
used in competitive swimming and mild special needs. Additional times skills and conditioning needed for
lifeguarding, improve endurance may be available by arrangement and competitive swimming. For more
and perfect strokes. Skills include: instructor/pool availability. information, please contact Phil
competitive breaststroke turn, Smith, [email protected].
competitive butterfly turn, tread water- Pool Rentals #793-200
kick only for 2 min., front crawl, 100 $60/6 sessions
yd., back crawl, 100 yd., breaststroke, Looking to rent the swimming MMS Pool
100 yd., butterfly, 50 yd., sidestroke, pool for a private rental, Mondays, 1/28-3/11 (omit 2/18)
50 yd. 4:45-5:30 pm
birthday party or scout group?
Classes with 1 or 2 students Please call 952-232-2169 for
registered will be 30 minutes more information. You can
also reserve the cafeteria
for the following levels: (based on availability).
Aqua Kids 2, Beginner 1 &
2, Intermediate 1 & 2, and

Advanced 1 & 2.

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the family to open



Winter/Spring Spring Break

McGuire Middle School McGuire Middle School

6:30-8:30 pm 1-3 pm

January 18, 25 Tuesday, March 26
February 8, 15, 22 Wednesday, March 27

March 1, 8, 15
April 5, 12, 19, 26

Cost: $4 Youth, $6 Adult

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

pool during open swim. Lap lane available by request. Please confirm all open
swim dates and rules on our website,

Registration Information Page 67 41

Aquatics & Safety

Winter 2019 Swim Lessons

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

Monday and Thursday Evening Lessons Saturday Daytime Lessons

These classes meet twice per week. 7 Lessons Price
1/26-3/16 (omit 2/23)
Session A Session B
7 Lessons 7 Lessons Price 10–10:30 am
1/24-2/14 2/25-3/18
$64 Aqua Tots #792-SAT10 $64
5:30–6:00 pm $160 Aqua Kids 1 #792-SAK110 $64
Aqua Tots #792-WAAT5 #792-WBAT5 Private/Semi Priv. #792-SPR10 $160
Aqua Kids 1 $76
Private/Semi-Priv. #792-WAAK15 #792-WBAK15 $76 Adapted #792-SAD10 $96
Adapted #792-WAPR5 #792-WBPR5 $76 10:35–11:20 am
#792-WAAD5 #792-WBAD5 Aqua Kids 2 #792-SAK2103 $76
6:05-6:50 pm $76 Beginner 1 #792-SB1103 $76
Aqua Kids 2 #792-WAAK26 #792-WBAK26 $76 Beginner 2 #792-SB2103 $76
Beginner 1 $76
Aquatics & Safety Beginner 2 #792-WAB16 #792-WBB16 $76 Intermediate 1 #792-SI1103 $76
Intermediate 1
Intermediate 2 #792-WAB26 #792-WBB26 $160 Intermediate 2 #792-SI2103 $76

Beginner 1 #792-WAI16 #792-WBI16 11:25-11:55 am
Beginner 2
Intermediate 1 #792-WAI26 #792-WBI26 Aqua Tots #792-SAT11 $64
Intermediate 2
Advanced 1 6:55–7:40 pm Aqua Kids 1 #792-SAK111 $64
Advanced 2
#792-WAB165 Private/Semi Priv. #792-SPR11 $160
Private/Semi Priv.
#792-WBB265 Adapted #792-SAD11 $96

#792-WAI165 #792-WBI165 12:15-1:00 pm

#792-WAI265 #792-WBI265 Beginner 1 #792-SB112 $76

#792-WAA165 #792-WBA165 Beginner 2 #792-SB212 $76

#792-WAA265 #792-WBA265 Intermediate 1 #792-SI112 $76

7:45-8:15 pm Advanced 1 #792-SA112 $76

#792-WAPR7 #792-WBPR7 Advanced 2 #792-SA212 $76

1:05-1:50 pm

Interested in a class that’s full? Beginner 1 #792-SB11 $76
Please register on the waiting list online. Additional Beginner 2 #792-SB21 $76
Intermediate 1 #792-SI11 $76
classes may be added to accommodate wait lists. Intermediate 2 #792-SI21 $76

Advanced 1 #792-SA11 $76

1:55-2:25 pm

Private/Semi Priv. #792-SPR15 $160

Adapted #792-SAD15 $96


Aquatics & Safety

Spring 2019 Swim Lessons

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

Monday and Thursday Evening Lessons Saturday Daytime Lessons

These classes meet twice per week. 7 Lessons Price

Session A Session B 9–9:30 am
7 Lessons 7 Lessons
4/8-4/29 5/2-5/30 Price Aqua Tots #793-SAT19 $64
5:30-6:00 pm (omit 5/23 & 5/27)
$64 Aqua Kids 1 #793-SAK19 $64
5:30–6:00 pm $160 Private/Semi Priv. #793-SPR9 $160
Aqua Tots #793-SAAT5 #793-SBAT5 Adapted #793-SAD9 $96
Aqua Kids 1 $76
Private/Semi Priv. #793-SAAK15 #793-SBAK15 $76 9:35-10:20 am
Adapted $76
#793-SAPR5 #793-SBPR5 $76 Aqua Kids 2 #793-SAK293 $76
Aqua Kids 2 $76
Beginner 1 #793-SAAD5 #793-SBAD5 Beginner 1 #793-SB193 $76
Beginner 2 $76
Intermediate 1 6:05–6:50 pm $76 Beginner 2 #793-SB293 $76
Intermediate 2 $76
#793-SAAK26 #793-SBAK26 $76 Intermediate 1 #793-SI193 $76 Aquatics & Safety
Beginner 1 $76
Beginner 2 #793-SAB16 #793-SBB16 $76 Intermediate 2 #793-SI293 $76
Intermediate 1
Intermediate 2 #793-SAB26 #793-SBB26 $160 10:25-10:55 am
Advanced 1
Advanced 2 #793-SAI16 #793-SBI16 Aqua Tots #793-SAT10 $64

Private/Semi Priv. #793-SAI26 #793-SBI26 Aqua Kids 1 #793-SAK110 $64

6:55–7:40 pm Private/Semi Priv. #793-SPR10 $160

#793-SAB165 Adapted #793-SAD10 $96

#793-SBB265 11:15-12:00 pm

#793-SAI165 #793-SBI165 Beginner 1 #793-SB111 $76

#793-SAI265 #793-SBI265 Beginner 2 #793-SB211 $76

#793-SAA165 #793-SBA165 Intermediate 1 #793-SI111 $76

#793-SAA265 #793-SBA265 Advanced 1 #793-SA111 $76

7:45-8:15 pm Advanced 2 #793-SA211 $76

#793-SAPR7 #793-SBPR7 12:05-12:50 pm

DID YOU KNOW...? Beginner 1 #793-SB112 $76

• No child is ever water safe. The goal of swim lessons is to make Beginner 2 #793-SB212 $76
children SAFER in, on, and around water.
Intermediate 1 #793-SI112 $76
• 10 people drown each day in the United States. 
• Formal swimming lessons reduce the likelihood Intermediate 2 #793-SI212 $76

of childhood drowning by 88%. Advanced 1 #793-SA112 $76
The USA Swimming Foundation’s Make a Splash
initiative is saving children’s lives through 12:55-1:25 pm
swim lessons. Through Make a Splash, the USA
Swimming Foundation partners with learn-to-swim providers, Private/Semi Priv. #793-SPR125 $160
community-based water safety advocates, and national
organizations to provide swimming lessons and educate children Adapted #793-SAD125 $96
and their families on the importance of learning how to swim.

To learn more, visit Registration Information Page 67 43

Aquatics & Safety

Aquatic Certification Classes

American Heart Association Water Safety Assistant
Basic Life Support Courses Become certified to assist in teaching
swimming lessons! Hands on experience
The BLS Course trains participants to promptly provided during class. First Aid and CPR/
recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give AED not included. For students ages 13 and
high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate up, eligible for employment at age 14.
ventilations and provide early use of an AED.  In
the Instructor-led course, students participate in #793-201 $89/2 sessions
simulated clinical scenarios and learning stations. MMS Pool/Room 100 Mon., 4/8 & Tues., 4/9
Students work with an AHA BLS Instructor to 3:30–8 pm
complete BLS skills practice and skills testing.
Students also complete a written exam.

Full BLS Course
$99/1 session MMS Room 100 9 am-2 pm

#792-200 Aquatics & Safety Saturday, 2/23 
#793-203 Saturday, 4/20
BLS Renewal Course
$69/1 session MMS Room 100

#793-202 Tuesday, 3/26 9 am-12 pm
#793-204 Tuesday, 5/14 6-9 pm

Interactive Activities - DJ - Photo Ops with Mascots FEUXCLLIT&INPGACRATR-TEIEMRES | SUMMER JOBS
Food Vendors - Live Musical Performances - Open Swim
2019 AcFSetpisvotiritvtiasesl HIRING!

Explore activities and sports for all ages! RBHEUOTSSAIPNIILTEASLSITY
Experience activities from more than 40 District and community
organizations offering everything from educational opportunities to

fine arts to sports.
Learn more at

Saturday, February 23
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Kenwood Trail Middle School


Early Childhood Family Education ECFE

Welcome to ECFE

Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) is a Lakeville Area School District Community Education
program that strengthens families with young children through education and support.
The components of most classes are:

1. Growing Together: For You and Your Child

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

2. Growing Independently: For Your Child

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

3. Growing Confidently: For You

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

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

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


CLEC Rainbow

Registration Information Page 75 45

Early Childhood Family Education

Infant and Toddler Classes

Infants Pop-In Playtime Infant Pop-in Playtime 

0–12 mos. Non-separating 0-12 mos.
Babies bring big changes Non-separating
These FREE playtimes provide an
Fto every family! Discuss opportunity to meet other parents
REEthese exciting and with babies. Explore our infant/
toddler classroom and talk about the
challenging issues with a joys and challenges of parenting with
parent educator and other parents of licensed parent educators. Come to
infants in a relaxing and informative just one or all; pop-in playtime is a
class. Come to just one or all; pop-in flexible format.
playtime is a flexible format. No registration required.
No registration required.

Mondays 12:45-2:15 pm Wonderful Ones
Jan. 28-May 20, no class 2/18 & 4/1
CLEC Moon Rm. Teacher: Jenica Thursdays 6-7:30 pm 12–24 mos.
CLEC Moon Rm. Learning takes place for your one-year-
1/17, 2/21, 3/7, 4/18 & 5/16 old as they are moving and exploring,
Little Explorers often not far from their parent. We will
Jan. 17 Play for Babies discuss the wonders and challenges of
9–18 mos. Non-separating Feb. 21 Developmental Milestones your child with our parent educator.
As your little one moves from Mar. 7 Communication with your Note: Evening option, non-separating.
crawling to walking come explore our Baby #192-104 Tuesdays
classroom with activities just right for Apr. 18 Sleeping and Eating Jan. 29-May 21 6:00-7:30 pm
toddlers. Meet other parents going May 16 Literacy CLEC Moon Rm. Sib Care
through the same stages as you while Teacher: Connie & Jenica Teacher: Connie
you discuss the joys and challenges #192-105 Wednesdays
ECFE of parenting. You and your child Jan. 30-May 22 9:30-11:00 am
will stay together during the parent CLEC Moon Rm. Sib Care
discussion. Teachers: Sheri & Connie

#192-103 Tuesdays Busy Bodies
Jan. 29-May 21 9:30-11:00 am
CLEC Moon Rm. Sib Care 15–30 mos.
Teacher: Kirsten Join us as you and your toddler
discover safe and age appropriate
New Baby? Congratulations! activities; including art, music
and sensory play. Parents will gain
Please take a few moments to complete the census form knowledge and support from a parent
on the web address below and return to: Crystal Lake Education Center, educator and other parents during
discussion time.
16250 Ipava Ave., Lakeville, MN 55044 #192-106 Mondays
Jan. 28-May 20, no class 2/18 & 4/1
Community Education ECFE web site: 9:15–11:15 am CLEC Moon Rm.
early-childhood/early-childhood-family-education Sib Care
Teachers: Sheri & Connie
46 #192-107 Thursdays
Jan. 31-May 23 9:15–11:15 am
CLEC Moon Rm. Sib Care
Teachers: Sheri & Jenica

Early Childhood Family Education

2 to 5 Classes Twos to Fours Let's Explore
Terrific Twos
24–36 mos. 2-4 yrs
Celebrate learning with our new
We’ll have two hours of fun that afternoon class. We will emphasize
can move you and your child from STEAM (Science, Technology,
tantrums to triumphs! Activities Engineering, Arts and Math). Each
will be available to stimulate that week we will focus on these areas with
exuberance and curiosity. Join other developmentally appropriate activities.
parents in their quest to understand With a licensed parent educator, we
and appreciate the terrific twos with will spend time discussing current
the support of a parent educator. education trends, while your child
follows a preschool schedule. FULL
#192-108 Mondays STEAM AHEAD!
Jan. 28-May 20, no class 2/18 & 4/1
9:15–11:15 am CLEC Rainbow Rm. #192-114 Thursdays
Sib Care Jan. 31–May 23 12:30–2:30 pm
Teachers: Charlene & Jenica CLEC Star Rm.
Teachers: Sheri and Jenica

#192-109 Tuesdays
Jan. 29-May 21 9:15–11:15 am
CLEC Sunshine Rm. Sib Care September 2019-20 School Year
Teachers: Sheri & Jenica
*Openings still available for Winter/Spring 2018/2019, call Tess at
Terrific Twos & Thrilling 952-232-3006 for more information
24–48 mos. Stepping Stones - transition to preschool

Preschool ages 3 & 4 years

Independence, language, problem Welcome to your child’s first preschool experience!
solving and social skills are emerging
during these ages. The classroom will This class combines the best of both worlds: ECFE
foster all these developing skills, and Traditional ECFE Tuesdays and drop off Preschool
you will value the parent discussion experience on Thursdays.
where you can learn, share and
appreciate this stage of parenting. Tuesday afternoons are similar to a typical ECFE
class in that it includes time for parent/child
#192-110 Tuesdays interaction and parent education. During parent/child interaction time, the
Jan. 29-May 21 6:00–7:30 pm early childhood teacher will set up fun activities that encourage emerging
CLEC Rainbow Rm. Sib Care literacy and mathematical thinking skills. Parents will meet with a parent
Teachers: Charlene & Jenica educator and other families to discuss a variety of topics that relate to
parenting a preschooler. Parents meet with the early childhood teacher twice
#192-111 Wednesdays a year to evaluate your child’s progress.
Jan. 30-May 22 9:15–11:15 am
CLEC Rainbow Rm. Sib Care Thursdays you will drop your child off for their preschool experience.
Teachers: Charlene & Kirsten Children will practice social skills by sharing, taking turns, using manners,
pretending, following directions and listening…all in a play-based
#192-112 Thursdays environment.
Jan. 31-May 23 9:15–11:15 am
CLEC Sunshine Rm. Sib Care Children must be 3 on or before Oct. 15.
Teachers: Kirsten & Julie
Children are not required to be potty trained to attend this class. See online
description for more details.

#192-113 Fridays Tuesdays &Thursdays Sept. 2019-May 2020 12:45-2:45
Feb. 1-May 24, no class 3/29 & 4/19 CLEC Rainbow Rm. Teachers: Charlene & Jenica
9:15–11:15 am $40 non-refundable registration fee
CLEC Rainbow Rm. Sib Care Cost: $85/month
Teachers: Charlene & Kirsten $16/month –Tuesday Sibling Care
Sliding fee scale does not apply to this class
For tuition assistance options call 952-232-3009 Page 75 47

Registration Information

Early Childhood Family Education

Birth to Five Classes Explore-Create-Discover Managing With Multiples

Step into Learning 0-5 yrs. 0–5 yrs
Whether you have one child or more, Are you the parents of twins, triplets,
0-5 yrs. an infant or a 5 year old, this class more? Imagine a place where your
Step into learning with your child offers an opportunity to learn in a children can sing, play, make messes
as they explore and learn. Infants multi-age setting. Learn together and meet new friends with extra
through pre-kindergarteners will through parent/child activities, hands to help you! Now imagine time
have opportunities for sensory play, circle time, music, stories and parent for you to sit down, relax and discuss
social interaction and building discussion. Parenting topics will the unique challenges you face as
developmental skills. Grown-ups include the importance of everyday parents of multiples.
will have time to meet with a parent parenting. #192-121 Fridays
educator to discuss the celebrations #192-117 Mondays Feb. 1-May 24, no class 3/9 & 4/19
and frustrations that come with the Jan. 28-May 20, no class 2/18 & 4/1 9:15–11:15 am CLEC Sunshine Rm.
parenting journey. 9:15–11:15 am CLEC Sunshine Rm. Teachers: Sheri & Connie
*Parenting 1st
#192-115 Wednesdays Teachers: Julie & Kirsten Pop-In & Play
Jan. 30-May 22 9:15–11:15 am
CLEC Sunshine Rm. *Parenting 1st #192-118 Tuesdays 0–5 yrs Non-separating
Teachers: Julie & Jenica Jan. 29-May 21 9:15–11:15 am Pop-In & Play provides a good way
#192-116 Fridays CLEC Rainbow Rm. for families to check out ECFE. It’s
Feb. 1-May 24, no class 3/29 & 4/19 Teachers: Charlene & Julie a great option for families whose
9:15–11:15 am CLEC Star Rm. schedules don’t allow a weekly
*Parenting 1st #192-119 Thursdays commitment or families who would
Teachers: Julie & Jenica Jan. 31-May 23 6:00–7:30 pm like to add another fun day of class.
CLEC Rainbow Rm. Parent/child activities, circle time and
Teachers: Charlene & Julie gym time are always part of the plan!
No registration required, but
ECFE payment is available online
Family School $5/family or for your convenience,
pre-pay punch cards available at
Family School is a program that combines ECFE with Adult Basic the door $25 for 5 visits
Education (ABE) and English as a Second Language (ESL) Education Wednesdays 12:45–2:15 pm
• Learning for children (0-pre-kindergartener) and adults Jan. 30-May 22 CLEC Rainbow Rm.
• Meets Tues.-Wed.-Thurs., 12:30-3:00 Teacher: Charlene
• Contact Family Outreach Specialist: 952-232-3009
Growing Kids, Growing Parents
Escuela de Familia
0-5 yrs.
Family School es un programa que combina ECFE con Educación Explore ECFE with your child and
Básica para Adultos (ABE) Y Inglés como Segundo Idioma (ESL) watch how your child will grow
Educación with confidence and independence
• Aprendizaje para niños (0- pre-kindergartener) y adultos while making new friends. During
• Se reúne el martes-miércoles-jueves, 12:30-3: 00 parent discussion, we will focus
• Contacte: 952-232-3009 on positive parenting techniques
(including conscious discipline) and
School Qoyska developmental milestones, as well
as many other class topics based on
School Qoyska waa barnaamij isku daraa ECFE la Waxbarashada parents’ interests and needs. This year
aasaasiga ah Adult (ABE) iyo Ingiriisiga Luqad Labaad ahaan (ESL) long class started in the Fall, but as
Education a openings are available, please join us!
• Waxbarashada carruurta (0- pre-kindergartener) iyo dadka #192-120 Thursdays
Jan. 31-May 23 9:15–11:15 am
waaweyn CLEC Rainbow Rm. *Parenting 1st
• Gaarsiisan Tues.-Wed.-Khamiis, 12:30-3:00 Teachers: Charlene & Connie
• Contact: 952-232-3009


Early Childhood Family Education

Evening Classes

Infant Pop-in Playtime Explore-Create-Discover
0-12 mos. Non-separating 0-5 yrs.

These FREE playtimes provide an Whether you have one child or
opportunity to meet other parents more, an infant or a 5 year old,
with babies. Explore our infant/ this class offers an opportunity to
toddler classroom and talk about the learn in a multi-age setting.
joys and challenges of parenting with Learn together through parent/
a licensed parent educator. Come child activities, circle time, music,
to just one or all; pop-in playtime is stories and parent discussion.
a flexible format to meet the needs Parenting topics will include the
of busy parents and give families an importance of everyday parenting.
opportunity to learn about ECFE.
#192-119 Thursdays
No registration required. Jan. 31-May 23 6:00–7:30 pm ECFE operates on a sliding fee scale

Thursdays 6-7:30 pm CLEC Rainbow Rm.
1/17, 2/21, 3/7, 4/18 & 5/16 and no one in the district is turned
CLEC Moon Rm. Teachers: Charlene & Julie away for an inability to pay! You
can’t make a better investment
Teacher: Connie or Jenica than in your child!

Wonderful Ones Do you have kids? ECFE
Work with kids? Care for kids?
12–24 mos.
Learning takes place for your one Speaking of Kids is for you!
year old as they are moving and Come and enjoy seminars that empower
exploring, often not far from their
parent. We will discuss the wonders parents, educators and caregivers
and challenges of your child with by providing information and ideas to
our parent educator. Note: Evening enhance your relationship with children
option, non-separating.
#192-104 Tuesdays and help them succeed.
Jan. 29-May 21 6:00-7:30 pm
CLEC Moon Rm. Sib Care
Teacher: Connie
Monday, Feb 11 7-8:30 pm

How to Talk to Your Child about Sex-Developmentally

Appropriate Conversations for all Ages

– Katie Thune

Meadowview Elementary School Cafetorium

Terrific Twos & 6100 195th Street West, Farmington
Thrilling Threes
Monday, Mar 11 7-8:30 pm
24–48 mos.
Independence, language, problem Beyond Grit: Ten Practices of the World’s Best
solving and social skills are emerging
during these ages. The classroom will – Cindra Kamphoff
foster all these developing skills, and
you will value the parent discussion Kenwood Trail Middle School Auditorium
where you can learn, share and
appreciate this stage of parenting. 19455 Kenwood Trl, Lakeville

#192-110 Tuesdays Register online or phone
Jan. 29-May 21 6:00–7:30 pm $4 per seminar or $5 at the door
CLEC Rainbow Rm. Sib Care
Teachers: Charlene & Jenica Registration includes CEU’s
Free childcare (ages 2-8)

Registration REQUIRED

Register at: Sponsored by ISD 192 and 194 School Districts, Community Education and Early Childhood Family Education Programs.
952-232-2150 For more information or scholarships call:Judy Johnson 952-232-3726 or

Farmington Community Education 651-460-3200.

Registration Information Page 75 49

Early Childhood Family Education

ECFE Advisory Council

By Tevyan Sorensen, Advisory Council Vice Chair

We discovered Lakeville’s Early Childhood Family

Education (ECFE) program when my oldest son was just

two months old. As a new stay-at-home mom, I was ready

to get out of the house and start connecting with others

going through a similar experience. We tried a Pop-In class

for infants and I was hooked! Here was a group of parents

trying to figure out this parenting thing and someone ready

to help us navigate without judgement. We made the cutest

art project that I never would have tried on my own with The Sorensen family

my new baby too! My son and I signed up for our first class

of Incredible Infants that fall and we are still going strong The Advisory Council serves an important role in guiding
over three years later.
and supporting ECFE, our efforts include:
• Event Planning: Planning and hosting family fun
ECFE ECFE has been a very valuable experience for our family. events, such as Welcome Back Gym, Open Gyms,
Through ECFE we have learned about parenting in Spring Picnic and Vehicle Fairs, Spring Fling, Park
many situations such as sleep, eating, discipline and toilet Playdates, and many others.
training. When our second son joined us, ECFE was
a great resource for navigating life with two under two. • Program Fundraising: Money raised from annual
Additionally, I have built a network of other parents – and fundraisers, such as Butter Braids, Barnes and Noble
amazing friends! This support system has been invaluable as
we have moved through these first years and onto preschool • Book Fair, Scholastic Book Sales and Cards for a
this year. It has been a much smoother transition for my Cause, support the program directly. Teachers can use
son thanks to all of the preparation that ECFE provided for this money to purchase new equipment and classroom
us all. supplies our kids interact with in every class!

As a member of the ECFE Advisory Council, I enjoy • Program Advice and Advocacy: Council members
supporting our school through fundraising, activities for provide feedback and input to teachers and staff about
our families, and providing input to help the program the ECFE program and classroom experience.
meet the needs of our community. The Advisory Council
is committed to engaging parents and caregivers this year. • Community Involvement: ECFE partners with many
You will see this through increased communications, community organizations to extend our outreach, and
provide fun and engaging programs to all families.
Examples of these programs include

continued community events, opportunities to volunteer Books and Beyond (Heritage Library), Holiday on Main
and fundraising events. There are so many ways for each of (Downtown Lakeville Business Association) and Spring
you to get involved and make a difference for the program. Sports and Activities Festival (ISD 194 Community Ed).

If you are interested in a more active role in ECFE, I We look forward to seeing you in classes this fall and
encourage you to join the Advisory Council. Ask your at events throughout the year. Be sure to follow our
parent educator or stop by the front desk for an interest Facebook page for information about upcoming events:
form or check out our next meeting in January! We meet Lakeville Area ECFE. Thank you for your continued
once a month and we always welcome new members. support for the ECFE program.

Members of the 2018-2019 Lakeville Area ECFE Advisory Council are:

Ellen Baynes Kari Jacobs Kayleigh Powers Emily Tomes
Martha Bisek Lindsey Lozama Tevyan Sorensen Emma Traverna
Dorsey Gast Bridget Meyers Amy Streeter


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