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Youth Enrichment Fall 2023

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Everyone Connects! Craze pg. 1 Scholastic Chess Tournament pg. 3Poetry Out Loud pg. 6FALL2023

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Community Education Youth Enrichment201 8th St NWRochester, MN 55901CATALOG CONTENTSArts & Crafts ................................ 1Brain Boosters ........................... 2Trips ............................................. 4Career & College Prep ............. 4Fun With Food .......................... 5Health & Safety .......................... 6Language, Music & Culture ..... 6Recreation & Sports ..................7STEAM ........................................12Theatre .......................................14Volunteer ...................................14Northrop Education Center will be closed:September 4, November 23-24, December 25-26, 2023; January 1 & 15, 2024Dates, times, and class locations are subject to change after time of printing. Check our registration website for the most up to date information. US507-328-4000 @RochesterCE @rochestermncommunityedIntroducing Our New Coordinator, Adam McCaleb!We are thrilled to announce the newest addition to our team, Mr. Adam McCaleb, who joins us as the Coordinator for Youth Programming. With an impressive background in fostering engaging educational experiences for young minds, Adam brings a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm to our organization.Adam’s passion for learning and expertise in youth programming are evident through his extensive experience in various STEM-related initiatives. Having worked on numerous projects that have inspired and empowered students, he is well-equipped to design innovative and impactful programming for the bright minds of Rochester.We are particularly excited about Adam’s dedication to enriching the lives of Rochester area students. His vision for creating dynamic and captivating programs aligns perfectly with our mission to provide exceptional educational opportunities for our community’s youth.Please join us in extending a warm welcome to Adam McCaleb. We are condent that under his guidance, our youth programs will ourish, nurturing the talents and potential of the next generation of learners. Together, let us embark on an exciting journey of discovery and growth for our students!Nate SchrieverYouth Program ManagerAdam McCalebYouth Enrichment CoordinatorJosh Halverson Youth Enrichment Coordinator

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Handmade for the Holidays (Gr. K-5)Get into the holiday spirit with our Handmade for the Holidays class! In this class, you’ll have the opportunity to create your very own holiday crafts and gifts. Our staff will guide you as you create festive decorations, cards, and small gifts that you can give to family and friends. Get ready for a season full of creativity and joy!$28–1 SessionLocation: Northrop–Rm 109Gr. K-2 2311.101 Sa Dec 9 9:30-11 AMGr. 3-5 2311.102 Sa Dec 9 11:30 AM-1 PMNational Grandparents Day (Gr. K-5/Adult)Celebrate National Grandparents Day on September 10th by joining us for an afternoon of intergenerational fun! We cordially invite you and your grandparent(s) to participate in some exciting activities, indulge in some scrumptious snacks, and create lasting memories together. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to strengthen your relationship with your grandparents and enjoy a day lled with laughter and joy. We look forward to seeing you there! Adult must attend but does not need to register.$15–1 SessionLocation: Northrop–Gym2554.101 Sa Sep 9 9:30-11 AMPlanting Seeds Tutoring: Painting 101 (Gr. 1-6) *This class will have tons of interaction between teacher and student as well as between student to student. We focus on making sure the students are actively creating art throughout the entirety of the class with instructions and the lesson interspersed throughout the class.$120–6 SessionsLocation: George Gibbs–Art Rm2805.101P GB Tu Sep 12-Oct 17 3:55-4:55 PMLocation: Longfellow–Art/Music Rm2805.102P LF Tu Oct 31-Dec 12 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Nov 7Arts & CraftsArtist’s Escape (Gr. 1-5)Artist’s Escape is designed for student artists of every level. Whether a beginner or advanced, join us as we learn different steps and techniques you can use to improve your artistic skills. Each session will feature a different lesson. Lessons include painting, 3-D art, sculpture, and more. Increase your ne-motor coordination, self-esteem, and creative condence!$35–3 SessionsLocation: Elton Hills–Art Rm 4104.101 EH Tu Oct 3–17 3:55-5:25 PMLocation: Churchill–Art Rm 4104.102 CH M Nov 6–20 3:55-5:25 PMLocation: Washington–Art Rm 4104.103 WA W Nov 29–Dec 13 3:55-5:25 PMCreepy Creatives: Friday the 13th Spooktacular Crafts (Gr. 2-5)Join us Friday the 13th for a frightful evening lled with spooky fun! Brace yourself for a bone-chilling craft extravaganza featuring spooky scary skeletons and other hair-raising thrills. We’ll be creating creepy decorations to set the mood for your freaky fall festivities. Come and be a part of the spine-tingling excitement!$23–1 SessionLocation: Northrop–Rm 1022555.101 F Oct 13 5:30-7 PMGlaze Craze with Mary Beth Magyar (Gr. K-5)Step right up and get ready to get your hands dirty with artist Mary Beth Magyar in her fabulous glazing class! In this class, you’ll have the opportunity to add your own unique designs to a piece of pottery of your choosing. After the class, Mary Beth will re up her trusy kiln to cure your creations, and your nished pottery will be available for pickup at Northrop. So what are you waiting for? Sign up now and let’s see what kind of pottery magic you can conjure up!$29–1 SessionLocation: Northrop4101.101 Th Oct 12 5:30-7 PM Rm 1124101.102 Sa Oct 14 9:30-11 AM Rm 3194101.103 Tu Oct 17 5:30-7 PM Rm 2101* = Partnership class (See pg. 16 for more information)

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Pumpkin Carving (Gr. K-5/Adult)Come join in the excitement with this fun-lled Halloween activity and carve your very own pumpkin at Community Education! This adult and child class is the perfect opportunity to get into the holiday spirit and create a unique decoration that will light up your home. Don’t miss out on the chance to bond with your child and engage in a fun, creative activity that you can enjoy together. Sign up now and get ready to bring your Halloween to life! Adult must attend but does not need to register.$18–1 SessionLocation: Northrop–Rm 1092556.101 Sa Oct 28 9:30-11 AMSunshine and Roses: Step by Step Canvas Painting (Ages 5 & Up) *These courses are so much fun and no experience is needed! Step-by-step instructions will be given by our teaching artist. All supplies, including an 11x14 canvas, are provided to participants. Moms, dads, grandmas, and grandpas want to join in the fun? Adults are invited to register and enjoy an amazing experience with their student! Please come dressed in clothes that you can get paint on. This course is taught by Grace Kittelson of Sunshine and Roses Traveling Art Studio.$28–1 SessionLocation: Northrop4142.101P Cutie CactusSa Sep 16 11 AM-12 PM Rm 1024142.102P Texture PaintingSa Sep 16 12 PM-1 PM Rm 1024142.103P Spooky CatSa Oct 28 11 AM-12 PM Rm 3084142.104P FrankensteinSa Oct 28 12 PM-1 PM Rm 3084142.105P George the ChickenSa Nov 18 11 AM-12 PM Rm 1094142.106P Poppy the TrollSa Nov 18 12 PM-1 PM Rm 1094142.107P The GrinchSa Dec 16 11 AM-12 PM Rm 1094142.108P Winter WonderlandSa Dec 16 12 PM-1 PM Rm 109Brain Boosters{YEL!} Grandmasters of Chess (Gr. K-5) *New and returning students are invited to learn, practice and play chess to become a grandmaster! The {YEL!} Teach It!…Practice It!...Play It! method keeps students on track with new chess lessons and puzzles each week, as well as guided games and in-class tournaments. Class fee includes membership for the session ($49 annual value). $97–6 SessionsLocation: Washington–Media Center2043.101P WA F Oct 6–Nov 17 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Oct 20Location: George Gibbs–Media Center2043.102P GB Tu Oct 10–Nov 21 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Nov 7Location: Bamber Valley–Media Center2043.103P BV W Oct 18–Nov 29 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Nov 22Location: Ben Franklin–Media Center2043.104P BF Tu Oct 24–Dec 5 5-6 PM Skip: Nov 7Location: Folwell–Media Center2043.105P FO Th Oct 26–Dec 7 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Nov 23Location: Gage–Media Center2043.106P GA M Nov 6–Dec 11 3:55-4:55 PM2Youth Enrichment Fall 2023 | 507-328-4000 |

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Chess (Gr. 1-5)Are you ready to embark on an epic journey of the mind? Join our chess class and unlock the secrets of this ancient and thrilling game! With chess, you’ll develop your critical thinking, problem-solving abilities, concentration, memory, and attention span, all while having a blast! Our class is designed for kids of all levels, so whether you’re a seasoned pro or a beginner, we’ve got you covered. Get ready to learn the ins and outs of chess, from opening moves to endgame strategies. With fun and interactive lessons, you’ll master the art of the checkmate in no time! So come join us and become a chess master today!$49–4 SessionsLocation: Elton Hills–Media Center3205.101 EH M Sep 11–Oct 2 3:55-5:25 PMLocation: Overland–Media Center3205.102 OV W Sep 13–Oct 4 3:55-5:25 PMLocation: Folwell–Media Center3205.103 FO Th Sep 14–Oct 5 3:55-5:25 PMLocation: Pinewood–Media Center3205.104 PW F Sep 15–Oct 6 3:55-5:25 PMLocation: Longfellow–Media Center3205.105 LF W Oct 25–Nov 15 3:55-5:25 PMLocation: Washington–Media Center3205.106 WA Th Oct 26–Nov 16 3:55-5:25 PMLocation: Northrop–Rm 3163205.107 NO Sa Oct 28–Nov 18 9:30-11 AMRochester Scholastic Chess TournamentRochester Scholastic Chess Tournament (Gr. K-8)This event will take place on National Chess Day on October 14th. Choose one of three divisions:Beginner (Gr. K-2): Afternoon only. If you understand how to move the pieces, you are ready to have fun and play chess with other kids.Novice (Gr. 3-8): This division may be a good t for students who have not previously competed in a chess event.Advanced (Gr. K-8): A United States Chess Federation (USCF) membership is required. Tournament results will determine an ofcial USCF rating for each student.$10–1 SessionLocation: Northrop–GymAdvanced Gr. K-83204.101 Sa Oct 14 9 AM-3 PMNovice Gr. 3-83204.102 Sa Oct 14 9 AM-3 PM$5–1 SessionLocation: Northrop–GymBeginner Gr. K-23204.103 Sa Oct 14 12 PM-3 PMCelebrate National Chess Day by participating in the largest youth chess tournament in Rochester. Students in grade K-8 can expect a supportive environment with instruction from experienced chess players and high school role models. Students will be paired with others of similar skill level, and they do not need previous experience participating in a chess event. This opportunity is presented in partnership by Rochester Chess and Rochester Community Education.3* = Partnership class (See pg. 16 for more information)

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Career & College PrepAdvantage ACT Test Preparation (Gr. 10-12) *This course includes diagnostic testing, instruction in time management, overcoming test anxiety, science reasoning, English strategies/review, essay writing, reading comprehension, and math strategies/review. Students enrolled in this course not only benet from personal instruction provided by experienced instructors, but also have free access to the online course, which they may repeat, if needed, at no extra charge.$180–4 SessionsLocation: Northrop–Rm 2015418.101P Sa Sep 23–Oct 14 9 AM-12 PM5418.102P Sa Oct 28–Nov 18 8:30-11:30 AM5418.103P Sa Oct 28–Nov 18 12 PM-3 PMAdvantage ACT Test Preparation Virtual Online Course (Gr. 10-12) * Advantage Educational Programs introduce the ACT format and strategies for answering questions as well as instruction for the specic subject areas to be tested. This course is designed for students who wish to improve their test-taking skills and overall score on the ACT college entrance exam. This course is intended primarily for students in 10th through 12th grade, however, students in other grades may still register. Focal points of the program include: diagnostic testing, science reasoning, intensive mathematical review, reasoning comprehension improvement, concentration improvement, overcoming test anxiety, and time management. This virtual classroom meets for 3 hours, one day each week for four weeks, and is taught live via Zoom by an Advantage instructor who provides instruction and interaction with the students. Internet connection and access to a computer or laptop is required. Class recordings are available for students who need to make up a class.$180–4 SessionsLocation: Online5419.006P Sa Sep 23–Oct 14 9 AM-12 PM5419.007P Sa Nov 4–Dec 2Skip: Nov 259 AM-12 PMDoorway to College ACT Prep Seminar (Gr. 10-12) *This intensive test preparation seminar is designed to coach high school students to do their best on the ACT. Participants will receive a Comprehensive Study Guide, 24 shortened practice tests with complete answer explanations, and 2 full length computer practice tests to prepare for either format. The participants can expect to learn tips for improvement in all sub-tests, practice strategies to eliminate wrong answer choices, prepare to write a well-organized essay, take shortened practice tests that mirror the actual testing experience, and reduce test anxiety and gain condence.$99–1 SessionLocation: Northrop–Rm 3165410.101P Sa Oct 14 9 AM-3 PMTrips“Cinderella and Wafes with Santa” at the Ives AuditoriumThis joyous, magical musical based on the beloved fairy tale touches the heart - with lots of laughs, audience participation, and lovable characters along the way! Intended for youngsters of all ages, it’s the perfect story for the holiday season.• Fee includes coach transportation, theatre ticket, and Wafes with Santa at the Ives (Wafe Bar with assorted toppings: scrambled eggs, bacon, cheesy hash browns, fresh fruit and orange juice.)• No refunds after Nov 1Location: Northrop–Parking Lot9725.131 Su Dec 3 10 AM-3:30 PM $79Disney on Ice “Find Your Hero” at the Xcel Energy CenterExperience world-class ice skating, iconic music, and stunning costumes that will make Disney On Ice presents Find Your Hero an experience the whole family will treasure forever. See Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and stars from Moana, Frozen, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Tangled. An adult must attend with children. Minimum age for this trip is 2 years. • Fee includes coach transportation and show ticket (Lower Level section) • No refunds after Nov 1Location: Northrop–Parking Lot9000.131 Sa Dec 9 9 AM-2:30 PM $804Youth Enrichment Fall 2023 | 507-328-4000 |

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Fun With FoodKids in the Kitchen: Beginner Basics (Gr. 3-6)Introduce your child to the exciting world of cooking with our Beginner Basics Class for kids! From basic kitchen skills to simple and delicious recipes, our instructors will teach your little ones the fundamentals of cooking in a fun and interactive environment. Watch as their condence grows while they create their own culinary masterpieces. Sign up now and let your child embark on a culinary journey lled with tasty creations and newfound skills.$32–1 SessionLocation: Dakota–Learning Kitchen2494.101 Sa Sep 23 9-11 AMKids in the Kitchen: Fall Baking (Gr. 3-6)Join our Fall Baking Class for kids and let the avors of the season inspire your little bakers! From pumpkin-spiced treats to apple delights, they’ll learn to create mouthwatering autumn desserts. With instructor guidance, they’ll mix, bake, and decorate their own fall-inspired creations. Sign up now for a fun-lled culinary adventure that celebrates the deliciousness of fall!$32–1 SessionLocation: Dakota–Learning Kitchen2495.101 Sa Oct 14 9-11 AM Kids in the Kitchen: Thanksgiving Sides and Desserts (Gr. 3-6)Calling all young aspiring chefs! Join our Thanksgiving Sides and Desserts Baking Class for kids and learn to whip up scrumptious holiday treats. From savory sides to delectable desserts, our instructors will guide your child through the process step by step. Get ready for a fun-lled cooking adventure and create mouthwatering dishes to impress your family this Thanksgiving!$32–1 SessionLocation: Dakota–Learning Kitchen2496.101 Sa Nov 18 9-11 AMKids in the Kitchen: Bake and Take Gingerbread Cookies (Gr. 3-6)Discover the joy of baking with our interactive Gingerbread Baking Class for kids! Let their creativity soar as they shape, decorate, and bring their gingerbread creations to life. With guidance from our team of instructors, they’ll learn the art of baking while having a blast. Sign up now for a memorable culinary adventure!$32–1 SessionLocation: Dakota–Learning Kitchen2497.101 Sa Dec 16 9-11 AM“Aladdin” at the Orpheum Discover a whole new world at Disney’s Aladdin, the hit Broadway musical. From the producer of The Lion King comes the timeless story of Aladdin, a thrilling new production lled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle. It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities innite. See why audiences and critics agree, Aladdin is “Exactly What You Wish For!” (NBC-TV). Recommended for ages 6 and up. Bring a supper for on the bus.• Fee includes coach transportation and main oor theatre ticket.• No refunds after Oct 1Location: Northrop–Parking Lot9650.131 Su Dec 10 4-11 PM $125“Disney’s The Lion King” at the OrpheumWinner of six Tony Awards, including Best Musical, The Lion King brings together one of the most imaginative creative teams on Broadway. Tony Award-winning director Julie Taymor brings to life a story lled with hope and adventure set against an amazing backdrop of stunning visuals. There is simply nothing else like The Lion King. Bring a supper/lunch to eat on the bus. Recommended for ages 6 and up. Registration Deadline: November 9.Sunday, April 14, 2024 Evening Show (6:30 PM)• Fee includes coach transportation and main oor theatre ticket (rows L->P).• No refunds after Nov 9 Location: Northrop–Parking Lot9710.131 Su Apr 14 4-11 PM $125Sunday, April 21, 2024 Daytime Show (1 PM) • Fee includes coach transportation and main oor theatre ticket (rows M->S). • No refunds after Nov 9 Location: Northrop–Parking Lot9710.132 Su Apr 21 10:30 AM-5:30 PM $1655 = Online Class * = Partnership class (See pg. 16 for more information)

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Home Alone (Gr. 2-8) *Is your child ready for the independence of being home alone? Parents need to be sure their children have the skills and maturity to handle the responsibility safely. Whether it is for an hour after school or several hours a day during the summer, being trusted to be home alone can be a positive experience for a child who is mature and well-prepared. This class for children will address several topics relating to being home alone, including age guidelines, safe habits, house rules, after-school routines, phone calls and door knocks, dog emergencies, personal safety, handling the unexpected, gun safety, severe weather, re safety, intruders, and rst aid tips. Students attend this class independently and should come prepared with a notebook and pen. Parents are encouraged to review the take home information and discuss it with their child. This course is run in collaboration with Little Bit of Guidance: Early Childhood Training, Mentoring, & Counseling. ($35–1 SessionLocation: Northrop3904.101P Sa Sep 23 12:30-2:30 PM Rm 3193904.102P Sa Oct 28 12:30-2:30 PM Rm 1093904.103P Sa Nov 18 12:30-2:30 PM Rm 1023904.104P Sa Dec 9 12:30-2:30 PM Rm 102Health & SafetyCABS: Child & Babysitting Safety (Gr. 4-12) *The Child and Babysitting Safety (CABS) program from the American Safety and Health Institute provides everything you need to know for safe and successful babysitting. The YouTube “vlogger” style presentation of the video brings a youthful and high-energy spirit to the program content, and the colorful magazine format of the student book makes learning fun. From getting started with your business, to working with parents and children, to key safety, caregiving, and rst aid tips, CABS will help set you up for babysitting success. Students must be present for the entire class and complete achievement of the core learning objectives to receive certication valid for two years. Students attend this class independently and should come prepared with a notebook and pen. This course is run in collaboration with Little Bit of Guidance: Early Childhood Training, Mentoring, & Counseling. ($55–1 SessionLocation: Northrop3903.101P Sa Sep 23 9 AM-12 PM Rm 3193903.102P Sa Oct 28 9 AM-12 PM Rm 1023903.103P Sa Nov 18 9 AM-12 PM Rm 1023903.104P Sa Dec 9 9 AM-12 PM Rm 319Language, Music & CulturePoetry Out Loud (Gr. 9-12)Poetry Out Loud is a national poetry recitation competition that encourages youth to learn about great poetry through memorization and performance. Students choose 2-3 poems from the Poetry Out Loud anthology to recite. The regional competition will be held in January 2024 with the champions moving on to state and national competitions. This course will help students select their poems, and provide recitation coaching and performance practice to prepare students for the regional competition. This course is open to all Rochester area students in grades 9-12. Please visit for more information.No Fee–Registration Required–7 SessionsLocation: Rochester Civic Theatre, Northrop–Rm 1024410.101 Tu Nov 28–Jan 30Skip: Dec 26, Jan 26:30-8 PMConnect with us! @RochesterCE @rochestermncommunityed6Youth Enrichment Fall 2023 | 507-328-4000 |

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Recreation & SportsBasketballLittle Hoopsters (Gr. K-5)In this camp, your child will have the opportunity to learn and develop their basketball skills while having fun and making new friends. Our experienced coach will guide your child through a range of drills and exercises designed to improve their ball-handling, shooting, passing, defense, and teamwork. So lace up those sneakers, bring your A-game, and join us for an exciting and unforgettable experience!$44–4 SessionsLocation: Northrop–GymGr. K-2 2050.101 Sa Oct 28–Nov 18 9-10 AMGr. 3-5 2050.102 Sa Oct 28–Nov 18 10:15-11:15 AM{YEL!} Junior Basketball (Gr. K-3) *YEL’s Teach It, Practice It, Play It® approach teaches players new skills each class, practices those skills in kid-friendly games, and then encourages students to use those skills in introductory basketball games. Emphasis is placed on basic skills development of dribbling, shooting, passing, sportsmanship and teamwork. $92–6 SessionsLocation: Folwell–Cafeteria/Gym2070.101P FO M Sep 18–Oct 23 6-7 PMLocation: Bamber Valley–Gym2070.102P BV Tu Sep 19–Oct 24 3:55-4:55 PMLocation: Bishop–Gym2070.103P HB W Oct 4–Nov 8 3:55-4:55 PMLocation: Gage–Gym2070.104P GA F Oct 6–Nov 17 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Oct 20Location: George Gibbs–Gym2070.105P GB F Oct 6–Nov 17 6-7 PM Skip: Oct 20Location: Jefferson–Gym New Large2070.106P JE Tu Oct 17–Nov 28 6-7 PM Skip: Nov 7Location: Bamber Valley–Gym2070.107P BV Th Nov 2–Dec 14 5:30-6:30 PM Skip: Nov 23Location: Folwell–Cafeteria/Gym2070.108P FO M Nov 6–Dec 11 6-7 PMFIT4PLAY Social Skills & CommunicaonSpecial Athletes Training Strength, Endurance, & Funconal MovementChild & Parent/Grandparent Movement Exploring Through PlaySocial Skills Bootcamp Experienal Learning with PeersFine Motor Bootcamp Skills with an Innovave ApproachFall Trunk or Treat Spooky Fun for All!Fall Programs forCHILDRENEach session is therapy informed, delivered by professional and cered sta, and packed with memorable fun.CLASSES LOCATED AT EA Therapeuc HealthLearn more and register at: (507) 259-7570 | ChooseEA.org7* = Partnership class (See pg. 16 for more information)

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CheerMN Xtreme Cheerleading: Intro to All Stars Cheer (Ages 6-11) *Intro to All-Star Cheer is a 7-week program for children ages 6 & up. Intro to All Stars is a FUN way to learn the basics needed to become an All-Star cheerleader. This class is geared towards those that want to become part of our All-Star Team, but also caters to those who just want a FUN, low-pressure, non-competitive, technique-centered progression program. Class will meet at Minnesota Xtreme, 1252 60th Avenue NW.$125–7 SessionsLocation: Minnesota Xtreme All Star Cheer2610.101P W Sep 13–Nov 1Skip: Oct 186-7 PM2610.102P Th Sep 14–Nov 2Skip: Oct 195:45-6:45 PMFencing{YEL!} Fencing 1.1 (Gr. 2-5) *New and returning students invited!Join this fast-growing Olympic sport. Each {YEL!} fencing class follows four basic components: •Teach It!…Hall of Fame Olympic Fencing Coach Ro Sobalvarro crafts our lessons and curriculum. •Practice It!…Students pair up and practice the fencing move or concept, rotate partners and repeat. •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. $94–6 SessionsLocation: Bamber Valley–Gym2052.101P BV M Sep 18–Oct 23 5:30-6:30 PMLocation: Folwell–Cafeteria2052.102P FO Th Oct 5–16 6-7 PM Skip: Oct 19Location: Gage–Cafeteria/Gym2052.103P GA F Oct 27–Dec 8 5-6 PM Skip: Nov 24Location: George Gibbs–Gym2052.104P GB Tu Oct 31–Dec 12 5:30-6:30 PM Skip: Nov 7Location: Bishop–Gym2052.105P HB Th Nov 2–Dec 14 6:30-7:30 PM Skip: Nov 23Location: Bamber Valley–Gym2052.106P BV M Nov 6–Dec 11 5:30-6:30 PMRYFRochester Youth Fencers (RYF), a local fencing club, invites you to join us and learn a competitive sport that lasts a lifetime!Competitive Fencing for Beginners (Gr. 5-12) *Join Rochester Youth Fencers (RYF) to learn a thrilling competitive sport that lasts a lifetime! In this course you will begin to master the skills and techniques of the sport of fencing. Individual coaching instruction will allow you to learn at your own pace. We focus on having fun, doing it right from the very beginning, and giving you the attention, you deserve to succeed. Students interested in competition will have the opportunity to compete in USFA tournaments. Tournaments are optional and additional fees may apply. All equipment is provided.$120–12 SessionsLocation: John Adams–Gym 1 South2058.101P M Sep 25–Dec 11 7-8 PMMN High School Meet Preparation/Open Fencing (Gr. 3 & Up) *In this course students will continue to master the skills and techniques of fencing in preparation for competition in USFA tournaments and Minnesota High School Meets. This course is also open to fencers looking to sharpen their skills in an open fencing practice format. Participants are required to provide his/her own fencing equipment or pay an additional $20 equipment fee on the rst day of class. Additional USFA membership and tournament registration fees may apply for students who choose to compete. *Please note all participants should have intermediate to advanced fencing skills and knowledge. This is NOT a beginner course.$60–24 SessionsLocation: John Adams–Gym 1 South2080.101P M, Th Sep 18–Dec 18 7-9 PMSkip: Oct 19, Nov 23, Dec 148Youth Enrichment Fall 2023 | 507-328-4000 |

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Ice SkatingROCHESTER FIGURE SKATING CLUBInstructors use the Learn2Skate USA curriculum, which is sanctioned by U.S. Figure Skating and USA Hockey. Skate rental is available for $2.00 per class, and must be paid for the whole session on the rst class. Location: Rochester Recreation Center, 21 Elton Hills DR NW.Learn2Skate (Ages 6-12) *Beginning ice skating lessons will be offered for our newest skaters. These classes focus on having fun on the ice while safely learning basic movements and fundamentals of skating. $102–5 Sessions2226.101P Tu Sep 5–Oct 3 6-6:30 PM2226.102P Th Sep 7–Oct 5 6-6:30 PM2226.103P F Sep 8–Oct 6 6:15-6:45 PM2226.104P Sa Sep 9–Oct 7 11-11:30 AM$146–7 Sessions2226.105P Tu Oct 24–Dec 12Skip: Nov 216-6:30 PM2226.106P Th Oct 26–Dec 14Skip: Nov 236-6:30 PM2226.107P F Oct 27–Dec 15Skip: Nov 246:15-6:45 PM2226.108P Sa Oct 28–Dec 16Skip: Nov 2511-11:30 AM Learn2Skate for Hockey (Ages 6-12) *Boys and girls ages 6-12 can learn the basic skating skills needed to play ice hockey. Skaters interested in doing the Hockey class must have passed the Basic 1 level or Snowplow Sam 4 level before starting the Hockey class. Equipment required: gloves, helmet with mask, and stick, and skaters must provide their own equipment.$102–5 Sessions2224.101P F Sep 8–Oct 6 6:15-6:45 PM$146–7 Sessions2224.102P F Oct 27–Dec 15Skip: Nov 246:15-6:45 PMFootballFlag Football (Gr. K-5)Are you ready for some football? In this class, learn the basics of passing, catching, and most importantly- teamwork. Whether you’re a beginner or you’ve passed the ball around at home, we’ve got the coaches to help build your Flag Football skills.$42–4 SessionsLocation: Bamber Valley–FieldsGr. K-2 2055.101 Sa Sep 16–Oct 7 9:30-10:30 AMGr. 3-5 2055.102 Sa Sep 16–Oct 7 10:45-11:45 AM{YEL!} Flag Football (Gr. 2-5) *Get ready to dash to the end zone with our high-octane ag football course. Develop your basic passing, catching, defending, and teamwork skills. Safety and sportsmanship are emphasized. Each week we do basic skill-building exercises followed by action-packed games to cement those skills. Sure to energize young athletes!$86–6 SessionsLocation: George Gibbs–Gym, Fields2604.101P GB Th Sep 14–Nov 2 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Oct 12 & 19Location: Washington–Cafeteria/Gym, Fields2604.102P WA Th Sep 14–Oct 26 6-7 PM Skip: Oct 19Location: Bamber Valley–Cafeteria/Gym, Fields2604.103P BV M Sep 18–Oct 23 3:55-4:55 PMLocation: Sunset Terrace–Cafeteria/Gym, Fields2604.105P ST Tu Sep 19–Oct 24 3:55-4:55 PMCE WEATHERLINEFor weather-related announcements, call 507-328-4010.See page 16 for more information.9* = Partnership class (See pg. 16 for more information)

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National Karate Studio: Intro to Karate (Gr. K-3) *Learn some basic martial art techniques that will help develop muscle and increase exibility. Not only will martial arts training develop strength, it will also improve a student’s coordination and listening skills. $15–3 SessionsLocation: National Karate Studio, 2711 Commerce Dr. NW2031.101P Tu Oct 10–24 7-7:30 PM Soccer{YEL!} Soccer (Gr. K-3) *Get kickin’! We teach the fundamentals of dribbling, passing, receiving and scoring. Emphasis is on teamwork, fundamentals, safety and fast-paced action. Get your pulse pounding today.$86–6 SessionsLocation: George Gibbs–Gym, Fields2605.101P GB M Sep 18–Oct 30 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Oct 16Location: Ben Franklin–Gym, Fields2605.102P BF W Sep 20–Oct 25 3:55-4:55 PMLocation: Bishop–Gym2605.103P HB W Sep 20–Oct 25 6-7 PMLocation: Sunset Terrace–Fields2605.104P ST Th Sep 21–Nov 2 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Oct 19Location: Bamber Valley–Fields2605.105P BV F Sep 22–Nov 3 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Oct 20VolleyballLittle Spikers Volleyball Basics (Gr. 2-5)Little Spikers Volleyball Basics is designed for new and beginner volleyball players to learn and improve the basic skills of serving, passing, setting, and spiking. Students will be using a specially weighted volleyball for beginners to help them develop the proper technique. In addition to skills, the rules and strategies of the game will be covered as well. Students should wear athletic shoes and comfortable clothing, and bring a water bottle each week.$42–4 SessionsLocation: Northrop–GymGr. 2-3 2033.101 M Oct 9–30 5-6 PMGr. 4-5 2033.102 M Oct 9–30 6-7 PMMartial Arts4KICKS FAMILY TAEKWONDOTaekwondo is a fun family activity and great for students of all ages! Under the instruction of Patricia Young with the American Taekwondo Association, students will improve their coordination, balance, strength, and agility, while adults will benet from improved memory, balance, and exibility.Location: 4Kicks Taekwondo, 4915 Hwy 52 NW, Frontage road, on the north side of the Slumberland building. Driveway entrance is between Slumberland and State Farm and the door is between the Detour Athletics door and the Slumberland pick-up door.Ages 4-7 *This is an introductory course for students new to Taekwondo. Students who wish to continue Taekwondo lessons after completing this course should contact 4Kicks Family Taekwondo for further information. One adult may attend and participate with the child at no extra charge. $25–3 Sessions2181.101P W Sep 13–27 5:15-6 PM2181.102P W Oct 11–25 5:15-6 PM2181.103P W Oct 25–Nov 8 5:15-6 PM2181.104P W Nov 29–Dec 13 5:15-6 PMAges 8 & Up *Training for students ages 8 and up includes training in bully prevention, advanced self-defense, use of nunchuk, escrima, board breaks, and other advanced concepts. Students may attend one or two nights per week for the same fee. One adult may attend and participate with the child at no extra charge. $25–3 Sessions2182.101P M Sep 11–25 7-7:30 PM2182.102P Tu Sep 12–26 6-6:30 PM2182.103P M Oct 2–16 7-7:30 PM2182.104P Tu Oct 3–17 6-6:30 PM2182.105P M Nov 6–20 7-7:30 PM2182.106P Tu Nov 7–21 6-6:30 PM2182.107P M Nov 27–Dec 11 7-7:30 PM2182.108P Tu Nov 28–Dec 12 6-6:30 PM10Youth Enrichment Fall 2023 | 507-328-4000 |

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Table TennisTable Tennis and Team XNT5 (Gr. 1-9) *Join Team USA Table Tennis Coach Qi Wei as he teaches you the fundamentals of table tennis. Students will learn stroke fundamentals, develop footwork, game strategies, shot selection, and specialty skills. Table tennis is not only fun but helps to improve hand-eye coordination, mental awareness, reexes, and core muscles. It will keep your mind sharp and it’s easy on the joints! Please come dressed in comfortable clothing and tennis shoes, and bring a table tennis paddle. The class will be held at Team XNT5 Training Facility, .Location: Rochester Table Tennis Club, 4867 19th St NW$165–8 Sessions2137.101P Tu, Th Sep 5–28 4:30-6 PM2137.104P Tu, Th Oct 3–26 4:30-6 PM2137.106P Tu, Th Nov 2–30Skip: Nov 234:30-6 PM$245–11 Sessions2137.102P M, W, F Sep 6–29 4:30-6 PM$245–12 Sessions 2137.103P M, W, F Oct 2–27 4:30-6 PM2137.105P M, W, F Nov 1–27 4:30-6 PMYogaKids Beginner Yoga (Ages 3-Gr. 5)Welcome to our Beginner’s Yoga Class for Kids! In this class, we will be exploring the wonderful world of yoga through fun and engaging activities that are designed especially for kids. Yoga is a great way to stay active, calm the mind, and connect with the body. So we’ll provide the yoga mat and you bring a great attitude, and let’s have some fun exploring the wonderful world of yoga!$33–3 SessionsLocation: NorthropAges 3-62054.101 M Sep 25–Oct 9 5:30-6:15 PMRm 112Gr. K-5 2054.102 M Sep 25–Oct 9 6:30-7:15 PMRm 112Ages 3-62054.103 M Nov 13–27 5:30-6:15 PM GymGr. K-5 2054.104 M Nov 13–27 6:30-7:15 PM GymSTEM Mentorship LabSponsored by Our students do great work. Mentees in this program won more than $3,000 in prizes in 2023 from the Rochester Regional STEM Fair and the Minnesota State Science and Engineering Fair.Our students are supported by our community. Mentors are often young professionals and university students who have fun helping their mentees. They are recruited by Oraculi, a local non-prot organization founded by Rochester Public Schools alumni. Our students are nancially supported. Oraculi offers need-based scholarships to mentees. These scholarships cover project supplies and registration fees for the Rochester Regional STEM Fair and the Minnesota State Science and Engineering Fair.5341.106 Online5341.107 Dakota5341.108 John Adams5341.109 Kellogg5341.110 Willow CreekSAVE THE DATESAVE THE DATESAVE THE DATESAVE THE DATESAVE THE DATESAVE THE DATEFriday, March 1, 2024RCTC • 10 AM – 2 PM“It’s a really fun experience. You get to try new things. Especially at rst, we weren’t really interested in science, but after we joined, it was pretty fun, especially with the mentors encouraging us.” –Student at Kellogg Middle School11* = Partnership class (See pg. 16 for more information)

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STEAMNumber Ninjas (Gr. 1-5)Join the Number Ninjas and become an unstoppable math machine. Our team of experienced mathsters will guide you through exciting math challenges and games that will test your skills and make learning math a fun and rewarding experience. From addition and subtraction to multiplication and division, we’ll help you conquer the toughest grade-appropriate math problems with ease.$39–4 SessionsLocation: Northrop–Rm 112Gr. 1-2 3801.101 Th Oct 26–Nov 16 5-5:30 PMGr. 3-4 3801.102 Th Oct 26–Nov 16 5:35-6:05 PMGr. 4-5 3801.103 Th Oct 26–Nov 16 6:10-6:40 PMGr. 1-2 3801.104 Sa Oct 28–Nov 18 9-9:30 AMGr. 4-5 3801.106 Sa Oct 28–Nov 1810:10-10:40 AMGr. 3-4 3801.105 Sa Oct 28–Nov 18 9:35-10:05 AMPlanting Seeds Tutoring: EnGenius Kids - Engineering (Gr. 1-6) *We’ll cover concepts including the engineering design process, engineering as a career, and the growth mindset (plus more!) through project-based activities that students of all ages will love. Each class will have its own challenge that students will need to tackle as a group. We’ll focus on creating a safe and comfortable learning environment where students will be encouraged to use critical thinking skills to generate new ideas as solutions. Activities include: Marshmallow Structures, Hovercrafts, Catapults.$120–6 SessionsLocation: Jefferson–Media Center2803.101P JE Th Sep 14–Oct 26 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Oct 19Location: Bamber Valley–Media Center2803.102P BV Th Nov 2–Dec 14 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Nov 23Building Block Engineers (Gr. K-2)Building Block Engineers is a fun class made just for awesome kids who enjoy making things and exploring new ideas. In this class, you’ll get to use your imagination and clever thinking to create amazing buildings and cool inventions. Show off your skills and become a genius engineer!$33–3 SessionsLocation: Northrop–Rm 1092810.101 Sa Sep 16–30 9:30-11 AMThe Tinker Tank (Gr. 3-5)The Tinker Tank is an engineering class designed for kids who love to build, create, and explore. In this class, you’ll use your creativity and problem-solving skills to design and build your own machines, structures, and inventions. Showcase your skills and create engineering marvels!$41–3 SessionsLocation: Northrop–Rm 1092813.101 Sa Sep 16–30 12:30-2 PM{YEL!} Mad Scientist (Gr. 2-5) *In this class, you won’t just learn science…you’ll DO science. Make and take home a lava lamp, hover disc, explosive volcano, and...of course...SLIME! Use all of these experiments to explore and discover the scientic method. Don your white coat and goggles…it’s time to begin your own journey to becoming a mad scientist (cue maniacal laugh)! NOTE: All experiments are physical experiments, not chemical. Students will be provided safety goggles to wear during class.$154–6 SessionsLocation: Lincoln–Rm 0502040.101P LN W Oct 4–Nov 8 6-7 PM$197–8 SessionsLocation: Northrop–Rm 1122040.102P NO Sa Oct 7–Dec 9 11 AM-12:30 PM Skip: Oct 21, Nov 25$154–6 SessionsLocation: Sunset Terrace–Rm 143 Art room2040.103P ST F Oct 27–Dec 8 6-7 PM Skip: Nov 24Connect with us! @RochesterCE @rochestermncommunityed12Youth Enrichment Fall 2023 | 507-328-4000 |

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Science Explorers Club (Gr. 2-5)Science is best learned and remembered by being part of the process. Our science explorers will have the opportunity to do a variety of hands-on activities to discover and learn! Each week our explorers will cover a different area of scientic exploration. Topics may include Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geology, Astronomy, Engineering, and more! Who knew learning could be so much fun!$52–4 SessionsLocation: Lincoln–Rm 1813083.101 LN M Sep 18–Oct 9 3:55-5:25 PMLocation: Ben Franklin–Art Rm3083.102 BF W Sep 20–Oct 11 3:55-5:25 PM{YEL!} Coding 3.1 Micro Bit:Maker (Gr. 4-8) *Build It! Code It! Play It! All with the Micro:Bit® pocket-sized computer and coding platform. Students will construct and code their own games, challenges, and security system using Micro:Bit. Micro:Bit is not afliated with {YEL!} nor does it endorse this program.$89–6 SessionsLocation: Folwell–Media Center 2047.101P FO W Oct 4–Nov 8 3:55-4:55 PMLocation: George Gibbs–Art Rm2047.102P GB M Oct 30–Dec 4 6-7 PM{YEL!} Junior Robotics 2.1 (Gr. 1-5) *Build a spy-bot, satellite or design your own earthquake alarm. Then program the spy-bot to be sneaky, the satellite to orbit, and the alarm alarming. LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site or program.$86–6 SessionsLocation: Folwell–Media Center2039.101P FO Tu Oct 17–Nov 28 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Nov 7Location: Bamber Valley–Media Center2039.102P BV F Oct 27–Dec 8 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Nov 24Location: Lincoln–Media Center2039.103P LN M Oct 30–Dec 4 3:55-4:55 PMLocation: George Gibbs–Media Center2039.104P GB Th Nov 2–Dec 14 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Nov 23MAYO PLANETARIUMSuggested ages 5 and up. Please enter through door #6 at Mayo High School. An Adult MUST register and attend with the child.Location: Mayo–PlanetariumCreepy Cosmos (Ages 5 & Up w/Adult)It’s dark! It’s cold! It’s lonely! As Halloween approaches, are you brave enough to join us to see what is in outer space?? We will y around our solar system, and then into deep space, to see what creepy things are hiding in the cosmos! Wearing costumes is encouraged, but not necessary. Candy will be given out at the end. Boo! $6–1 Session2461.101 Th Oct 26 6:30-8 PMOut There (Ages 5 & Up w/Adult)“Out There” - For thousands of years, mankind thought that the Earth was the center of the Universe. Thanks to our curiosity, imagination, and urge to explore, we now know that planets like our Earth are everywhere! The Sun is just one of hundreds of billions of stars in our galaxy, the Milky Way. With the world’s most powerful telescopes, we are able to explore more and more of the Universe. What we have found so far has surpassed even the wildest expectations of scientists as well as authors of science ction. We have discovered that most stars have planets! These distant worlds are just waiting to be discovered, Out There! $6–1 Session2462.101 Tu Nov 28 6:30-8 PMRochester at Night (Ages 5 & Up w/Adult)Come view the night as it appears from Rochester, Minnesota. We will tour the constellations of this night, as well as learn tricks, tips, and secrets for following the stars all year long. Learn to travel using the stars, tell time using the stars, and follow the seasons using the stars. We’ll also take a trip into the universe, so come see what you’ve been missing every night! $6–1 Session2460.101 Th Sep 14 6:30-8 PMTwo Small Pieces of Glass (Ages 5 & Up w/Adult)Join us as we follow in Galileo’s footsteps to perfect and use a telescope! We’ll see how lenses work, and all the things we can learn by just looking at light! $6–1 Session2463.101 Th Dec 14 6:30-8 PM 13* = Partnership class (See pg. 16 for more information)

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TheatrePlanting Seeds Tutoring: Comedy Improv (Gr. 1-6) *In this program, players will take the plunge into the world of improv through a variety of theater games and exercises. They will learn to work with their peers as a team, exploring what it means to support each other as both actor and audience. Players will create original characters and environments that they will use in funny, creative play.$120–6 SessionsLocation: Bishop–Media Center2804.101P HB M Sep 11-Oct 16 3:55-4:55 PMLocation: Ben Franklin–Media Center2804.102P BF M Oct 30-Dec 4 3:55-4:55 PMPlanting Seeds Tutoring: Young Actors (Gr. 1-6) *Through theater and improv games and scene work, students’ imaginations and creativity can blossom to their full potential. Students in our acting classes learn to create characters and trust their instincts. They build condence while making new friends and developing independent thinking along the way.$120–6 SessionsLocation: Overland–Art Rm2807.101P OV W Sep 13-Oct 18 3:55-4:55 PMLocation: Lincoln–Makers Space2807.102P LN Th Sep 14-Oct 26 3:55-4:55 PM Skip: Oct 19VolunteerCommunity Service Mentorship (Adults)Become an adult mentor and help enthusiastic 4th to 8th-grade students in the “Social Action Squad” make a difference in our community! Work with a student to nd the perfect volunteer opportunity that matches their interests and skills. You’ll offer guidance and support as they develop their skills and learn the value of giving back. Let’s create meaningful experiences and make a positive impact together!No Fee–Registration Required–4 SessionsLocation: Northrop–Rm 1022814.101 Sa Sep 9, Oct 7, Nov 11, Dec 99:30 AM-12 PMSocial Action Squad (Gr. 4-8)The Social Action Squad is a volunteer program designed for kids who want to make a positive impact on their community. Through this program, kids will have the opportunity to participate in various service projects aimed at promoting social change and helping others in need. Come work alongside like-minded peers and adult mentors who share a passion for creating positive change in the world! This class will meet one Saturday per month in September, October, November, and December.$15–4 SessionsLocation: Northrop–Rm 1022811.101 Sa Sep 9, Oct 7, Nov 11, Dec 99:30 AM-12 PM14Youth Enrichment Fall 2023 | 507-328-4000 |

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COURSE LOCATIONS & ADDRESSESAll addresses for courses that meet at district buildings can be found online at: THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW.Apply to SACC for a job that will inspire and challenge you.For more information SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL Community Education offers a number of learning opportunities for middle school students after school. From gaming to art, math, or sports there is something for every interest.Middle School After School classes will be continuing programming through the summer months. Watch for your Middle School Flyer and come be a part of the fun!Pre-registration is required. Tuition assistance is available to qualifying students. Call the main ofce at 507-328-4000 for more information.Limited late bus service may be available. Please see the website for busing information. For more information on whats happening at your Middle School check out or call 507-328-4000.Do you love working with kids? Whether an individual or a business, we want you! Share your talents and ideas with Community Education and the kids of Rochester Public Schools.Join us in our quest to Enrich our Community!Community Education Youth Enrichment is looking to partner with more local businesses, organizations, and individuals to provide amazing learning and enrichment opportunities for our community. We reach thousands of local youths each year as they explore new ways to learn and grow, with plenty of fun along the way.Let’s work together to provide even more of these opportunities! Please reach out to us for more information on how you can help us enrich our community!Contact:Adam McCaleb • • 507-328-4052

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REGISTRATION INFORMATIONPrompt registration is encouraged as space is limited and classes may ll quickly. Additional class times may be added if needed. Call Community Education at 507-328-4000 with any questions regarding class openings.CLASS CANCELLATION POLICY PRIOR TO START DATEIf you withdraw from a class 1 week or more before the start date, you will receive a refund minus a $5.00 processing fee. If you withdraw from a class less than 1 week before the start date, you will receive a pro-rated refund minus any costs incurred, including a $5.00 processing fee. No refunds 72 hours prior to class start date.CLASS WITHDRAWAL POLICY AFTER START DATEYou may withdraw from classes of three sessions or more after attending the rst session. You must notify the Enrichment Ofce, 507-328-4000 of your intent to withdraw prior to the second class. Unless otherwise indicated you will be issued a prorated refund minus a $5.00 processing fee and any costs incurred.TRANSPORTATIONParents are responsible for their student’s transportation unless noted otherwise. Students should be dropped off no earlier than 10 minutes before the listed class start time. Students attending an after school class at their home school will go to the class after school is released. Parent/Guardians are responsible for communicating class information with the school staff. Student MUST be picked up promptly after the listed class end time. Students will only be released directly to their parent/guardian. Parent/Guardians: please meet the instructor and your student at the main/front entrance of the building unless otherwise stated. Students will not be released to the parking areas. SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATIONFamilies who qualify for the free or reduced price meal program may receive a 50 percent reduction in class fees up to $25 per child, per catalog. Partnership classes marked with * may be eligible for scholarships. Families may call Community Education at 507-328-4000 to determine if they meet the criteria.HEALTH CONCERNSCommunity Education staff will not administer medications to children participating in youth classes. Parents/guardians must stay on site if their children needs medication during class time.WAIVER OF LIABILITY NOTICEI understand that Independent School District #535 and Community Education are not responsible for any injury to my son or daughter, and I have my own insurance and/or I will be responsible for all services provided by a health care provider, hospital, and/or ambulance service. EMAIL NOTEIt has been brought to our attention that some families have not been receiving emails from Community Education. We recommend that you add our domain ( and as a Safe or Trusted Sender to your email account.INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICYIf Rochester Public Schools are cancelled for the day, all Community Education day and evening classes are cancelled. If school begins late, Community Education morning classes will not meet. Classes that begin at noon or after will be held. If school dismisses early, all Community Education classes are cancelled for the remainder of the day and evening. If school is not cancelled, but the weather is threatening, evening classes may be cancelled by 3 PM. In all weather-related circumstances, you can call the Community Education Weather recording at 507-328-4010. You can also sign up for RPS Skylert message system to be notied regarding weather-related announcements at, select Skyward/Skylert Resources > Skylert Community Sign Up. UCARE DISCOUNTSome UCare members are eligible for a $15 discount on all classes in this catalog. If a class is less than $15, the member may take the class free of charge. Members must be UCare members at the time of the registration, and throughout the duration of the class. Members need to include their UCare ID numbers when registering. Some UCare members may only receive three discounts per calendar year. Some restrictions may apply. Contact UCare with any coverage questions.This program is partially funded with a grant from the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) using federal funding, CFDA 84.287, 21st Century Community Learning Centers. This program does not necessarily represent the policy of the federal Department of Education or MDE and you should not assume endorsement by the federal or state government.Rochester, Minnesota • 21st Century Community Learning Centers • Funded through a grant from Minnesota Department of Education • 16Youth Enrichment Fall 2023 | 507-328-4000 |

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REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONSSTEP ONE – The information you provide on the Registration Form will be entered and payment processed. You will receive a conrmation email or phone call when STEP ONE is complete and you are registered.STEP TWO – Follow the link in your conrmation email to share any information we may need to know to keep your child safe and to serve them to the best of our ability, (e.g., including health concerns or special needs). You may update this information in your account at any time.Call 507-328-4000 for assistance. Although Community Education is part of Rochester Public Schools, we do not have access to information you may have provided to other departments of the district. COMMUNITY EDUCATION YOUTH REGISTRATION FORMNorthrop Education Center • 201 8th Street NW Rochester, MN • 507-328-4000 STEP ONE: Registration InformationStudent’s First Name Last Name Address Zip Code City Birthdate Age Gender School Grade (2023 -24) Parent/Guardian Email Address Home Phone Cell Phone Work Phone Parent/Guardian Name We like to photograph our participants in action from time to time. My child may be photographed. Yes NoClass Code Class Title Dates Time FeeT-Shirt Size: YOUTH S M L ADULT S M L XLTOTAL: Cash Check Number (Make checks payable to “Community Education”) Discover MasterCard VISA AmEx Card # - - - Exp. Date / Signature Card holder’s printed name STEP TWO: Conrm your personal information (watch for email)17

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ROCHESTER PUBLIC SCHOOLSNorthrop Community Education201 8th Street Northwest Rochester, MN 55901To make sure you receive the most up-to-date information, we recommend that you add our domains and as a Safe or Trusted Sender to your email account.REGISTER TODAY! MAILNorthrop Education Center201 8th St NWRochester, MN 55901 CALL507-328-4000 FAX507-328-4015 DROP INMonday-Friday 8 AM-4:30 PM DROP OFFDrop Box in the front of Northrop Education Center, 24 hours a dayRegister Online!Use lters to sort classes by:• Class times• Dates• Category• Age/Grade• LocationTo view all CE Youth Enrichment courses visit: PUBLIC SCHOOLSNorthrop Community Education201 8th Street Northwest Rochester, MN 55901NON-PROFIT U.S. POSTAGE PAIDPermit No. 1000 Rochester, MNFALL2023