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  • Cardboard Creations XTREME! (Grades 2-5)

    Build, tape and wonder! Join us for weekly challenges and themes as we make friends while we create together. Themes may include, animals, mythical creatures, cityscape, nature, space travel, mazes and puzzles and more! Are you ready to take Cardboard to the next level? Limit 15. *Note--sliding scale fees: Course fees are necessary to ensure the sustainability of high-quality afterschool enrichment programs. In order to ensure access for all students and to promote equity, Community Education uses a sliding scale fee system. Families are asked to pay what you can from the options listed.
  • Creature Creator Robotics with Snapology (Grades 2-5)

    Snapology's Creature Creator Robotics class, your animal lover will create their own animal inspired robotic models. Students will learn about gear ratio, sensors, simple machines, and programming as they build insects, dolphins, gorillas, and much more. Your child is sure to have a wild time as they build, learn, and play. Limit 14. *Note--sliding scale fees: Course fees are necessary to ensure the sustainability of high-quality afterschool enrichment programs. In order to ensure access for all students and to promote equity, Community Education uses a sliding scale fee system. Families are asked to pay what you can from the options listed.
  • Fire and Ice with Ms. Powell (Grades 2-5)

    Ever wonder why things freeze or why things melt? Join other curious minds as we find out through a combination of science and art. In this after-school class, we will melt crayons, freeze paint, play with snow, "fire" clay in a kiln, and more! Limit 25. This class is provided through ALC (Area Learning Centers). There is no fee for ALC classes.
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    Foodie Book Club with Ms. Brown (Grades 2-5)

    Join me on adventures through literature. We will travel through various places, meet some fascinating characters, and have some awesome book discussions all while incorporating tasty food. The ingredients for this class are simple: bring your curiosity, smiles, joy of reading, sense of adventure, and mix in some delicious treats. Join me...our literary and culinary journey awaits! Limit 25. This class is provided through ALC (Area Learning Centers). There is no fee for ALC classes.
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    Gym Games (Grades 2-5)

    Join Community Education staff and your friends for a fun and active afterschool gym class! Play some classic PE games such as capture the flag, dodgeball, Lord of the Rings, and freeze tag, and learn some new games too. We will also play fun team and individual sports like soccer, floor hockey, or bowling. Students will build teamwork and communication skills as they make new friends. This class is perfect for the energetic learner. Limit 20. *Note--sliding scale fees: Course fees are necessary to ensure the sustainability of high-quality afterschool enrichment programs. In order to ensure access for all students and to promote equity, Community Education uses a sliding scale fee system. Families are asked to pay what you can from the options listed.
  • Gym Games with Active Solutions (Grades 2-5)

    Wenonah Physical Education Teacher Mr. Pritchard has taken the best of Physical Education and created an after school Indoor Physical Education class your child will never forget. Your child(ren) will experience 3-4 different activities during each session. Activities include lifelong sport, recreation and fitness, most all individual and team sports, rope jumping, racket games, track and field, kickball, tag games, ultimate frisbee, capture the flag, frisbee golf, four square, floor hockey, bowling, volleyball, lord of the rings, pin guard, tangle town, mini mighty stations, pits and allies, Danish baseball and many others. Walking field trips may include hiking along Minneapolis Parks trails to Lake Nokomis. This class is perfect for the child that needs more movement in their lives! Lessons are designed to keep kids engaged in learning activities and to keep their heart rates elevated. Character building, cooperative skills, individual success and safety are all emphasized. Limit 25. *Note--sliding scale fees: Course fees are necessary to ensure the sustainability of high-quality afterschool enrichment programs. In order to ensure access for all students and to promote equity, Community Education uses a sliding scale fee system. Families are asked to pay what you can from the options listed.
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    Thursday Chess with Ms. Johnson (Grades 2-5)

    Have fun and exercise your mind playing Chess with your classmates! We will learn the rules and strategies of chess, play games and mock tournaments, and make new friends along the way. We will also learn how to win, lose and resolve disagreements while playing. All levels are welcome and encouraged to join. This class is provided through ALC (Area Learning Centers). There is no fee for ALC classes.
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    Tuesday Chess with Ms. Johnson (Grades 2-5)

    Have fun and exercise your mind playing Chess with your classmates! We will learn the rules and strategies of chess, play games and mock tournaments, and make new friends along the way. We will also learn how to win, lose and resolve disagreements while playing. All levels are welcome and encouraged to join. This class is provided through ALC (Area Learning Centers). There is no fee for ALC classes.
  • V.I.B.E.S. Applied with Climb Theatre

    Using the foundation built in Acting with Good V.I.B.ES. students will apply these tools to a specific story while gaining a deeper understanding of ways to use Voice, Imagination, Body, Exploration and Self Discipline [V.I.B.E.S.]. Team taught by 2 professional actor educators from CLIMB Theatre, participants will explore scene work, staging and ensemble work. The final session will culminate in a short final sharing for participating families. This class is a strongly recommended prerequisite for students interested in the Spring play. Limit 25. *Note--sliding scale fees: Course fees are necessary to ensure the sustainability of high-quality afterschool enrichment programs. In order to ensure access for all students and to promote equity, Community Education uses a sliding scale fee system. Families are asked to pay what you can from the options listed.