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  • 3D Design Studio: Bridges and Skyscrapers of Minneapolis (Justice Page)

    Join us as we learn and use computer aided design (CAD) software to create scale models of the bridges and skyscrapers of Minneapolis. We will also study some of the history and architecture around these buildings and fire up the 3D printers to bring some of our models to life!
  • Anime Club (Justice Page)

    Everything you need to know about "Anime" cinematography and its characters. We will watch and critique Anime film and explore storytelling and motivation. In order to ensure that our high-quality enrichment classes are accessible to all families, Minneapolis Community Education is now offering fees on a sliding scale. We're moving to a sliding scale model for program fees so our afterschool programs can be financially sustainable and more equitable. The different prices reflect the average cost of offering a class as well as discounted options and options that help us cover our administrative costs. Fees cover instructor pay, class supplies, program materials, marketing and scholarships. Families are asked to pick the price that they are able to pay or select the no-cost option. We have always offered partial and full scholarships upon request. By more clearly articulating our lower cost options, we have removed the barrier that some may have felt in making these requests. When families participate as they are able, in all levels of our sliding scale, the whole program becomes self-sustaining.
  • Audition Skills (Justice Page)

    Thinking of trying out for the musical? Spend some time with experienced theatre makers working on scenes, songs and movement while sharpening your confidence and getting tips to have a great audition. NOTE: this class starts November 15. In order to ensure that our high-quality enrichment classes are accessible to all families, Minneapolis Community Education is now offering fees on a sliding scale. We're moving to a sliding scale model for program fees so our afterschool programs can be financially sustainable and more equitable. The different prices reflect the average cost of offering a class as well as discounted options and options that help us cover our administrative costs. Fees cover instructor pay, class supplies, program materials, marketing and scholarships. Families are asked to pick the price that they are able to pay or select the no-cost option. We have always offered partial and full scholarships upon request. By more clearly articulating our lower cost options, we have removed the barrier that some may have felt in making these requests. When families participate as they are able, in all levels of our sliding scale, the whole program becomes self-sustaining.
  • Chess Strategies (Justice Page)

    Learn this classic game for the first time or sharpen your skills. Develop your analytical skills, concentration and memory, all while playing a classic game of chess. Seven Reasons for joining the Justice Page Chess Club: 1. Instructional gaming is one of the most effective learning tools. 2. Reading Scores – average gain 11.4% 3. Creative Originality – average gain 59.8% 4. Problem Solving – average gain 21.5% 5. Comprehension – average gain 12.0 % 6. Kids love games and will spend hours over a chess board - thinking. 7. It’s fun!
  • Coaching Team Sports (Justice Page)

    This course will cover basic strategies of team sports from a coaching perspective. Students will learn about various offensive and defensive schemes and then have a chance to apply those skills to various sports that will be played. This course is a mixture of academic research regarding sports and playing sports. All enrolled students are expected to participate in both academic and physical activities.
  • Costume Crew (Justice Page)

    Learn the basics of sewing, shop organization, costume design and construction. Then design and create the looks for the fall play. NOTE: Class starts November 30. In order to ensure that our high-quality enrichment classes are accessible to all families, Minneapolis Community Education is now offering fees on a sliding scale. We're moving to a sliding scale model for program fees so our afterschool programs can be financially sustainable and more equitable. The different prices reflect the average cost of offering a class as well as discounted options and options that help us cover our administrative costs. Fees cover instructor pay, class supplies, program materials, marketing and scholarships. Families are asked to pick the price that they are able to pay or select the no-cost option. We have always offered partial and full scholarships upon request. By more clearly articulating our lower cost options, we have removed the barrier that some may have felt in making these requests. When families participate as they are able, in all levels of our sliding scale, the whole program becomes self-sustaining.
  • Creative Writing: Purple People Eaters (Justice Page)

    Words have the power to create vivid, memorable imagery. Harness the power of expressive language and sharpen your descriptive writing skills.
  • D&D Master the Dungeon (Justice Page)

    Students will learn social and emotional skills and create positive relationships with their peers, while playing Dungeons and Dragons. Dungeons and Dragons is a role-playing tabletop game with each participant playing a different character in a fantasy setting. New and experienced players welcomed! This popular class is offered twice a week. Please pick one day only to allow more students to participate.
  • DIY Arts & Crafts (Justice Page)

    Imagine, select and create arts and crafts projects. Bring your ideas to spruce up your room! We will work with a variety of material including fabric, yarn, paper, paints, and duct tape. Projects may include sewing, beading, drawing, weaving, painting, origami and crochet. In order to ensure that our high-quality enrichment classes are accessible to all families, Minneapolis Community Education is now offering fees on a sliding scale. We're moving to a sliding scale model for program fees so our afterschool programs can be financially sustainable and more equitable. The different prices reflect the average cost of offering a class as well as discounted options and options that help us cover our administrative costs. Fees cover instructor pay, class supplies, program materials, marketing and scholarships. Families are asked to pick the price that they are able to pay or select the no-cost option. We have always offered partial and full scholarships upon request. By more clearly articulating our lower cost options, we have removed the barrier that some may have felt in making these requests. When families participate as they are able, in all levels of our sliding scale, the whole program becomes self-sustaining.
  • Fall Musical Theatre Revue: All Together Now! (Justice Page)

    Do you like to act, sing, or dance? MTI's All Together Now! - A Global Event Celebrating Local Theatre is an opportunity for schools and theatres around the world to locally produce and perform an exclusive musical revue featuring songs from MTI's beloved shows. Learn a selections of musical theater numbers and perform for friends and family on November 12. Due to high interest spots in this class have been reserved for families for whom registering online may be a challenge due to limited English and other factors. If the class is showing a waiting list please add your name and we will contact you. In order to ensure that our high-quality enrichment classes are accessible to all families, Minneapolis Community Education is now offering fees on a sliding scale. We're moving to a sliding scale model for program fees so our afterschool programs can be financially sustainable and more equitable. The different prices reflect the average cost of offering a class as well as discounted options and options that help us cover our administrative costs. Fees cover instructor pay, class supplies, program materials, marketing and scholarships. Families are asked to pick the price that they are able to pay or select the no-cost option. We have always offered partial and full scholarships upon request. By more clearly articulating our lower cost options, we have removed the barrier that some may have felt in making these requests. When families participate as they are able, in all levels of our sliding scale, the whole program becomes self-sustaining.
  • Fall Play: “The Magic Diary of Mozambique” (Justice Page)

    Be a part of the cast of our non-musical production “The Magic Diary of Mozambique”. A magic diary grants wishes: Good grades, popular friends, lavish gifts. But there are consequences to these wishes. Registration is limited to 20. No experience required. Performances are tentatively planned for Dec. 9 and 10 at 6:30pm. Due to high interest spots in this class have been reserved for families for whom registering online may be a challenge due to limited English and other factors. If the class is showing a waiting list please add your name and we will contact you. In order to ensure that our high-quality enrichment classes are accessible to all families, Minneapolis Community Education is now offering fees on a sliding scale. We're moving to a sliding scale model for program fees so our afterschool programs can be financially sustainable and more equitable. The different prices reflect the average cost of offering a class as well as discounted options and options that help us cover our administrative costs. Fees cover instructor pay, class supplies, program materials, marketing and scholarships. Families are asked to pick the price that they are able to pay or select the no-cost option. We have always offered partial and full scholarships upon request. By more clearly articulating our lower cost options, we have removed the barrier that some may have felt in making these requests. When families participate as they are able, in all levels of our sliding scale, the whole program becomes self-sustaining.
  • GEMS & GISE (Justice Page)

    In the fall, students will work together to build and program LEGO robots to complete challenges and compete in the Minneapolis First Lego League tournament on January 22. In the spring, students will study Rocketry and Aerospace engineering, designing and launching multiple rockets of different types.
  • Jewelry Making (Justice Page)

    Bracelets, necklaces, rings, anklets, you name it, you can make it! Jewelry Making will be a fun class to create all sorts of stuff that you can wear yourself or maybe gift to someone important to you! Either way, we’ll be using a ton of different supplies so there is a ton of room your creativity! In order to ensure that our high-quality enrichment classes are accessible to all families, Minneapolis Community Education is now offering fees on a sliding scale. We're moving to a sliding scale model for program fees so our afterschool programs can be financially sustainable and more equitable. The different prices reflect the average cost of offering a class as well as discounted options and options that help us cover our administrative costs. Fees cover instructor pay, class supplies, program materials, marketing and scholarships. Families are asked to pick the price that they are able to pay or select the no-cost option. We have always offered partial and full scholarships upon request. By more clearly articulating our lower cost options, we have removed the barrier that some may have felt in making these requests. When families participate as they are able, in all levels of our sliding scale, the whole program becomes self-sustaining.
  • Lego Engineers (Justice Page)

    Explore building and engineering concepts then verify your knowledge and express your creativity by creating design models. We will have construction contests, timed challenges and free building time.
  • Literacy: Beyond Reading and Writing (Justice Page)

    Practice literacy skills by discussing favorite stories, keeping journals, composing comic strips, writing to pen pals, playing reading and writing games, researching topics of interest, and collaborating on projects.
  • MNUDL Debate Team (Justice Page)

    Presenting your opinion in a persuasive and informed way is a valuable life skill, and can be extremely fun! Learn to support your argument, research a topic, and compete in debate competitions. This class is a partnership with Minnesota Urban Debate League (MNUDL). In order to ensure that our high-quality enrichment classes are accessible to all families, Minneapolis Community Education is now offering fees on a sliding scale. We're moving to a sliding scale model for program fees so our afterschool programs can be financially sustainable and more equitable. The different prices reflect the average cost of offering a class as well as discounted options and options that help us cover our administrative costs. Fees cover instructor pay, class supplies, program materials, marketing and scholarships. Families are asked to pick the price that they are able to pay or select the no-cost option. We have always offered partial and full scholarships upon request. By more clearly articulating our lower cost options, we have removed the barrier that some may have felt in making these requests. When families participate as they are able, in all levels of our sliding scale, the whole program becomes self-sustaining.
  • Magic the Gathering (Justice Page)

    Sharpen your skills while exploring your favorite Strategy Game. Bring your favorite, learn a new one. Develop your analytical skills, concentration and memory, all while playing with a friend. In order to ensure that our high-quality enrichment classes are accessible to all families, Minneapolis Community Education is now offering fees on a sliding scale. We're moving to a sliding scale model for program fees so our afterschool programs can be financially sustainable and more equitable. The different prices reflect the average cost of offering a class as well as discounted options and options that help us cover our administrative costs. Fees cover instructor pay, class supplies, program materials, marketing and scholarships. Families are asked to pick the price that they are able to pay or select the no-cost option. We have always offered partial and full scholarships upon request. By more clearly articulating our lower cost options, we have removed the barrier that some may have felt in making these requests. When families participate as they are able, in all levels of our sliding scale, the whole program becomes self-sustaining.
  • Make Some Noise (Justice Page)

    Come find your voice and discover your power for self-advocacy and positive change in the community. Explore social justice issues and how they are still impacting us today. Learn how to amplify a message to be advocates for change though actions like Spoken Word Poetry and drumming.
  • Math Board Games (Justice Page)

    Sharpen your skills in math by playing board that help students develop skills such as multi-step problem-solving, spatial reasoning, pattern recognition, resource management and much more.
  • Math of the Mandala (Justice Page)

    Dig deep into higher concepts of math by exploring the fascinating practice of Mandala. Mandalas are rich in mathematics (circle geometry, reflective and rotational symmetry) and provide useful practice with geometry tools including rulers, compasses and protractors. This is a hands-on projects class.
  • MathCounts - Math Competition Team (Justice Page)

    MathCounts Club challenges students with interesting math problems and introduces them to contest math. We will work on fun practical math topics including probability, sequences, and logic. Students will also practice for the school-wide contest in January, which will select students to participate in a citywide competition.
  • Nature & Art in the Neighborhood (Justice Page)

    Explore techniques to reuse and repurpose found objects into beautiful art. Place messages of hope around the neighborhood on painted rocks, mandalas and chalk art. In order to ensure that our high-quality enrichment classes are accessible to all families, Minneapolis Community Education is now offering fees on a sliding scale. We're moving to a sliding scale model for program fees so our afterschool programs can be financially sustainable and more equitable. The different prices reflect the average cost of offering a class as well as discounted options and options that help us cover our administrative costs. Fees cover instructor pay, class supplies, program materials, marketing and scholarships. Families are asked to pick the price that they are able to pay or select the no-cost option. We have always offered partial and full scholarships upon request. By more clearly articulating our lower cost options, we have removed the barrier that some may have felt in making these requests. When families participate as they are able, in all levels of our sliding scale, the whole program becomes self-sustaining.