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Everyone Connects WINTER SPRING January May 2020 UMTYMP Math Entrance Test Prep Class pg 6 Kids in the Kitchen pg 8 507 328 4000 rochesterce org register

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City Wide Spelling Bee Saturday April 18 2020 12 30 3 30 PM Century High School Cafeteria Join the fun The Bee will start promptly at 1 PM Participants will start in the championship round and compete within their own grade level If a word is missed they will continue in the consolation round Certificates and refreshments will be given to each participant Awards ceremony immediately following the spelling rounds Checkin is from 12 30 12 50 PM ONLY Registrations will not be accepted at the door Practice word lists can be obtained on the district website by visiting www rochesterce org youth This list will include a vast majority of the words used in the event the judges will include words not contained in the practice word list If interested in volunteering please contact Kathy Jensen at Kljensen10 charter net or cell phone 507 951 7746 Registrations will NOT be accepted at the door on the day of the event CONTENTS ACT Prep 3 Art 3 Back to Nature 4 Brain Boosters 4 Crafts 6 Dance 7 Fun with Food 8 Health and Safety 8 Recreation Sports 9 STEAM 18 Theatre 22 Northrop Education Center will be closed Jan 1 18 20 Feb 15 17 May 25 2 REGISTER TODAY www rochesterce org register 507 328 4000 7 Registration Fee Grades 2 5 3026 261 Sa Apr 18 12 30 3 30 PM Co sponsored by the Century Octagon Club Rochester Optimist Club Community Education and the Century National Honor Society Dates times and class locations are subject to change after time of printing Check our registration website for the most up to date information www rochesterce org register Community Education Youth Enrichment Northrop Education Center 201 8th St NW Rochester MN 55901 507 328 4000 www rochesterce org register

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ACT Prep The National ACT exam will be given to all juniors in Rochester Public Schools on Tuesday February 25 2020 Advantage ACT Test Preparation Gr 10 12 Advantage Educational Programs provides an introduction to the ACT format and strategies for answering questions as well as instruction for the specific subject areas to be tested This 12 hour course is designed for students who wish to improve their test taking skills and overall score on the ACT college entrance exam Focal points of the program include diagnostic testing science reasoning intensive mathematical review reasoning comprehension improvement concentration improvement overcoming test anxiety time management Bring notebook paper pencils calculator and a small 3 ring binder or folder 150 4 Sessions Location Northrop Rm 201 5418 201P Sa Jan 25 Feb 22 8 30 11 30 AM Skip Feb 15 5418 202P Sa Jan 25 Feb 22 12 PM 3 PM 5418 203P Sa Apr 25 May 16 9 AM 12 PM Skip Feb 15 Doorway 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 Test 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 reduce test anxiety and gain confidence receive a comprehensive study guide and practice test workouts There will be a 45 minute lunch break during which students are responsible for their own lunch Bring two pencils and a calculator to the seminar 99 1 Session Location Northrop Rm 109 5410 201P Sa Jan 25 9 AM 3 PM 5410 202P Sa Feb 22 9 AM 3 PM 5410 203P Sa Mar 14 9 AM 3 PM Art Body Art Designing with Henna Ages 8 Up with Adult Explore the ancient tradition of henna designing practiced in Africa South Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean region This class is especially designed for an adult and child to work together to learn traditional Arabic designs along with contemporary henna tattoos Initially you will learn to draw designs on paper with pencils and then practice them with henna cones provided to you Join us for this amazing opportunity to bond and create beautiful henna artwork A 12 supply fee will be collected at class please bring check or cash An adult must attend with the child 35 2 Sessions Location Northrop Rm 319 4103 201P Sa Mar 14 21 9 11 30 AM Henna Art and Tattoos for Kids Ages 8 Up Explore the ancient tradition of henna designing practiced in Africa South Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean region In this class especially designed for kids you will learn traditional Arabic designs along with contemporary henna tattoos Initially you will learn to draw designs on paper with pencils and then practice them with henna cones provided to you Designing henna tattoos can be a fun and enjoyable activity for kids as well as adults A 12 supply fee will be collected at the class please bring cash or check 35 4 Sessions Location Northrop Rm 102 4102 201P Sa Feb 8 Mar 7 11 AM 12 30 PM Skip Feb 15 CE WEATHERLINE For weather related announcements call 507 328 4010 See page 30 for more information Partnership class See pg 30 for more information 3

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Learn To Draw Gr K 5 Do you love to draw or wish you could learn Our classes are designed for artists at every level Come for a step by step approach to the basics or a chance to perfect and add to techniques you already know Each session has different themes that rotate through a three year cycle to build your drawing skills Remember drawing is not just about art drawing is about fine motor coordination self esteem and creative confidence 28 4 Sessions 3 35 5 PM Location Bishop Art Rm 4101 201 HB Tu Jan 21 Feb 11 Location Elton Hills Art Rm 4101 202 EH W Jan 22 Feb 12 Location Churchill Art Rm 4101 203 CH Tu Feb 25 Mar 17 Location Hoover Art Rm 4101 204 HO W Feb 26 Mar 18 Location Longfellow Art Music 4101 205 LF Tu Apr 14 May 5 Location Pinewood Art Rm 4101 206 PW W Apr 15 May 6 SUNSHINE AND ROSES Penni from Sunshine and Roses Canvas Painting will guide students with step by step instructions All supplies including 11 x 14 canvas are provided No experience is needed Adults are welcome to register as well and join in the fun Dress in clothes that can get paint on them 33 1 Session Location Northrop Rm 102 4 Back to Nature Raise Your Own Butterfly Ages 3 Gr 1 w Adult Witness the wonder of the butterfly life cycle with this child and insect friendly habitat that you will create Take your caterpillar habitat home and watch the transition as it matures changes into a chrysalis and finally emerges as a Painted Lady Butterfly Class includes instructions habitat supplies butterfly larvae and food An adult must attend with child age 3 Gr 1 27 1 Session Location Northrop Rm 109 2465 201 Sa Apr 25 10 30 AM 12 PM 2465 202 Sa Apr 25 12 15 1 45 PM Brain Boosters MagiKids Learn Magic The Gathering Ages 10 Up MAGIC is like playing chess with monsters on baseball cards Want to cast spells like Harry Potter Want the Sorting Hat to help you pick one or more of the five MAGIC colors to play Our nonprofit organization was built for you and our CARDWARTS program gets you started We help build skills such as critical thinking math and reading MAGIC can also encourage socialization and engagement with minimal screen time Our Sort Build Play curriculum gets kids to engage with the game in a way that not only keeps them focused on learning in that moment but makes it more likely they will stick with it down the road We provide cards sleeves and deck boxes to all participants who come willing to learn and have fun Want to try it first Go to magic wizards com and click on MTG Arena 55 6 Sessions Location Magikids 4229 W Frontage Rd NW Hwy 52 N 3206 201P M Jan 13 Feb 17 6 30 8 30 PM Buffalo Plaid Snowman Ages 5 Up Llama Llama Who Loves Llamas Ages 5 Up Dolphin Tale Ages 5 Up Crazy Leg Birds Ages 5 Up 4143 201P Sa Jan 18 11 AM 12 PM 4145 201P Sa Feb 22 1 30 2 30 PM 4148 201P Sa Mar 14 11 AM 12 PM 4149 201P Sa Apr 25 10 11 AM Youth Enrichment Winter Spring 2020 507 328 4000 www rochesterce org register

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YEL Grandmasters of Chess Gr K 5 New and returning students invited Our winter session focuses on advanced beginner and intermediate concepts The YEL Teach It Practice It Play It method keeps chess students progressing through 60 chess lessons and thousands of puzzles as well as guided games and in class tournaments Class fee includes ChessKid com membership for the session 49 annual value Sign up today to THINK LEARN and PLAY WELL with YEL 90 6 Sessions 3 35 4 35 PM Location Ben Franklin Media Center 2043 201P BF M Jan 6 Feb 24 Skip Jan 20 Feb 17 Chess Gr 1 5 Participation in chess has been shown to increase test scores in reading and math Chess helps develop critical thinking problem solving abilities concentration memory attention span patience and sportsmanship Students will learn basic principles and strategy of how to open a chess game how to conduct the middlegame and how to win or avoid losing in the endgame Many other basic to advanced level tactics are also taught Class is for beginning to advanced players 32 4 Sessions 3 35 5 PM Location Longfellow Media Center 3205 201 LF Tu Jan 14 Feb 4 Location Bamber Media Center 2043 203P BV W Jan 8 Feb 12 Location Sunset Terrace Media Center 3205 202 ST W Jan 15 Feb 5 Location Lincoln Media Center 2043 204P LN Fri Jan 10 Feb 21 Location Jefferson Media Center 3205 203 JE Fri Feb 7 28 Skip Jan 24 Location Northrop Rm 112 2043 205P NO Sa Jan 11 Feb 22 9 10 AM Skip Feb 15 Location Jefferson Media Center 2043 207P JE Tu Mar 3 Apr 14 Skip Mar 31 Location Lincoln Media Center 2043 209P LN Fri Mar 13 May 1 Skip Mar 27 Apr 3 Location Northrop Rm 112 2043 210P NO Sa Mar 14 May 2 9 10 AM Skip Feb 15 Mar 28 Apr 4 Location Ben Franklin Media Center 2043 206P BF M Mar 16 Apr 27 Location Bamber Media Center 3205 204 BV Tu Feb 18 Mar 17 Skip Feb 25 Location Folwell Media Center 3205 205 FO W Feb 19 Mar 11 Location Elton Hills Media Center 3205 206 EH M Apr 6 27 Location Washington Media Center 3205 207 WA Tu Apr 7 28 Location Gage Media Center 3205 208 GA W Apr 8 29 Location George Gibbs Media Center 3205 209 GB F Apr 10 May 1 Skip Mar 30 Partnership class See pg 30 for more information 5

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Crafts Krafty Kids Gr 1 5 UMTYMP Math Entrance Test Prep Class Gr 5 7 UMTYMP pronounced UM TEE UMP is an accelerated mathematics option for students who are highly gifted or talented in mathematics The experience students will have in the program is unique class sizes are small the scope of the curriculum allows students to cultivate both a rich depth and breadth of mathematics The length of the program is shorter than comparable programs and successful students will be granted honors level college credit for the courses taken in UMTYMP in the last three years of the program Each year UMTYMP seeks out students in grades 5 7 who are passionate for and excel in mathematics to consider applying for the program As a part of the application students complete an entrance exam This seminar will help students prepare for the exam by providing students with sample exercises similar to problems they can expect to encounter in the test They will also take a practice test After completion of the test preparation students and their families can choose to complete the application linked below The listed fee for this seminar will be for the in person dates only the application fee of 65 is separate and must be mailed into the address at the end of the application Please note that scholarships for the application fee are available Contact mathcep umn edu for more information on scholarships Important Dates December 1 2019 Application for UMTYMP opens Visit this link https learning umn edu portal events reg participantTypeSelection do method load entityId 20109033 January 14 16 2020 UMTYMP Entrance Test Prep Class at various sites January 21 2020 Application registration for January 23 2020 entrance exam closes see the above link for the application January 23 2020 Entrance Exam registration at through the above link REQUIRED 26 1 Session 2 30 4 30 PM Location Friedell Rm 102 5419 201 FR Tu Jan 14 Location Kellogg Media Center 5419 203 KE Tu Jan 14 Location Willow Creek Rm D212 5419 204 WC Tu Jan 14 Children have an abundance of creativity and often need an outlet and a safe place to make a creative mess Join us as we use our imaginations and craft up a storm and keep your home mess free 36 4 Sessions 3 35 5 PM Location Ben Franklin Art Rm 3810 201 BF Tu Jan 21 Feb 18 Skip Feb 11 Location Churchill Art Rm 3810 202 CH W Jan 22 Feb 12 Location Elton Hills Art Rm 3810 203 EH Th Jan 23 Feb 20 Skip Feb 6 Location Folwell Art Rm 3810 204 FO Tu Feb 25 Mar 17 Location Gage Art Rm 3810 205 GA W Feb 26 Mar 18 Location Hoover Art Rm 3810 206 HO Th Feb 27 Mar 19 Location Lincoln Art Rm 3810 207 LN Tu Apr 14 May 5 Location Riverside Art Rm 3810 208 RV W Apr 15 May 6 Location Washington Art Rm 3810 209 WA Th Apr 16 May 7 Mother s Day Gift Making Gr K 5 Moms do so much for us so we are making a little something to give back to them Let s make a special gift for mom for her special day We will even help you gift wrap it Nothing says Thanks for being the best mom like a handcrafted gift made by you 20 1 Session Location Northrop Rm 109 5713 201 Sa May 2 9 30 11 AM Flying Objects Gr 2 5 The weather is getting warmer The birds are returning Let s make things that fly We will be making gliders and enjoying the sunshine while we see how far the gliders will soar 20 1 Session Location Northrop Rm 112 3084 201 Sa May 16 9 30 11 AM Location John Adams Rm 204 5419 202 JA W Jan 15 6 Youth Enrichment Winter Spring 2020 507 328 4000 www rochesterce org register

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Dance Paradigm Dance Project Hip Hop Gr 1 12 Hip hop dance is a great way to exercise and learn the latest dance moves while dancing to your favorite clean hip hop music Please wear comfortable clothes and bring tennis shoes that are clean and dry 35 4 Sessions Location Paradigm Dance Project Studio in Apache Mall near Macy s Gr 1 5 2607 201P Tu Jan 7 28 6 7 PM 2607 202P Tu Feb 4 25 6 7 PM Gr 6 12 2607 203P Tu Jan 7 28 7 8 PM 2607 204P Tu Feb 4 25 7 8 PM Tippi Toes Hip Hop Jazz Ages 6 12 Tippi Toes Dance Company cheerfully provides children a fun positive and nurturing environment so they are able to experience the joys of dance selfexpression and movement We encourage children to use their imagination while introducing jazz and hip hop techniques using dance terms and examples to enhance their knowledge of the art Our music is carefully selected to be family friendly and age appropriate Parents are always welcome to observe classes Please dress in a T shirt leggings and jazz shoes 83 6 Sessions Location Tippi Toes Dance Studio 1619 N Broadway Age 6 9 2601 201P W Jan 8 Feb 12 6 15 7 PM 2601 202P Sa Jan 11 Feb 15 11 30 AM 12 15 PM 2601 203P W Feb 19 Mar 25 6 15 7 PM 2601 204P Sa Feb 22 Apr 11 11 30 AM 12 15 PM Skip Mar 28 Apr 4 Age 9 12 2602 201P Th Jan 9 Feb 13 6 15 7 PM 2602 202P Th Feb 20 Mar 26 6 15 7 PM Irish Dance for Beginners Ages 5 Up Irish dance is great fun and builds strength coordination and rhythmic timing while learning a beautiful cultural tradition that is enjoyed all over the world Whether you decide to dance for fun with your friends or go on to compete this is an opportunity not to be missed Come and give it a try you may discover an activity you love Irish dance shoes not required 92 6 Sessions Location John Adams Gym Ages 5 8 2609 201P Tu Jan 21 Feb 25 5 6 PM 2609 203P Th Jan 23 Feb 27 5 6 PM Age 9 Up 2609 202P Tu Jan 21 Feb 25 6 7 PM 2609 204P Th Jan 23 Feb 27 6 7 PM CE WEATHERLINE For weather related announcements call 507 328 4010 See page 30 for more information Partnership class See pg 30 for more information 7

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Fun with Food Cookie Decorating for the Holidays Gr 1 5 Holiday cookies are so much fun to make and to eat Join in as we decorate our very unique and festive cookies Valentine s Day and Spring Time will be our themes to make our creations using different kinds of toppings and frosting 21 1 Session Location Northrop Rm 109 Valentine Cookies 2309 201 Sa Feb 8 9 30 11 AM Spring Cookies 2309 202 Sa Apr 18 9 30 11 AM Kids in the Kitchen Gr 3 6 Food is different everywhere you go From Germany Thailand India and back again we ll cook our way around the world visiting a different country each class Learn about different cooking styles and flavors and eat some tasty snacks that are all made by YOU Students will receive a themed pin and apron Sign up for one session or all three 24 1 Session Location John Marshall Rm 2 207 Germany 4214 201 Sa Feb 1 9 30 11 AM India 4214 202 Sa Mar 14 9 30 11 AM Thailand 4214 203 Sa Apr 18 9 30 11 AM Health and Safety Be Prepared Not Scared Gr K 2 Children can make a difference in an emergency situation and the most important thing is for them to know simple basic first aid steps to follow in different situations Topics include recognizing an emergency and knowing what to do calling 911 basic first aid techniques personal safety tips stranger danger and gun and fire safety This is a child only class 35 1 Session Location Northrop Rm 109 3905 201P Tu Jan 21 4 30 6 30 PM 3905 301P Tu May 21 8 4 30 6 30 PM CABS Child Babysitting Safety Gr 4 8 The Child and Babysitting Safety CABS program from the American Safety and Health Institute gives 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 first 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 certification valid for two years Instructor provides baby dolls bottles diaper supplies for skills participation Students attend this class independently Students are welcome to bring a snack Parents are encouraged to review the take home information and discuss it with their child 55 1 Session Location Northrop 3903 201P Sa Jan 25 9 AM 12 PM Rm 102 3903 202P Sa Mar 14 9 AM 12 PM Rm 201 3903 301P Sa Apr 18 9 AM 12 PM Rm 201 3903 302 9 AM 12 PM Rm 109 Sa May 16 Home Alone Gr 3 7 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 s 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 fire safety intruders and first aid tips Students attend this class independently Students are welcome to bring a snack Parents are encouraged to review the take home information and discuss it with their child 35 1 Session Location Northrop 3904 201P Sa Jan 25 12 30 2 30 PM Rm 102 3904 202P Tu Feb 25 4 30 6 30 PM Rm 109 3904 301P Sa Apr 18 12 30 2 30 PM Rm 201 3904 302P Sa May 16 12 30 2 30 PM Rm 109 Youth Enrichment Winter Spring 2020 507 328 4000 www rochesterce org register

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Mind KarateTM Mind Care Arte Gr 1 12 We may need physical self defense once in our lifetime but we need mental self defense multiple times a day to deal with negativity stress anxiety resentment hurt and anger Remaining calm and stable is the key in any form of physical self defense This certainly resonates in the seminars of Mind Karate where many principles of Mind Care Arte are taught Remaining in our horse stance perfect position of stability is the key to winning Children and adults can benefit from Mind Care Arte Learn to deal with change difficult times and people without getting internally affected In Mind Karate we move up on our belts from white to yellow to blue and maybe even black where no situation or person is able to disturb our state of mind Please note this is not a training in martial arts 29 1 Session Location Northrop 3207 101P Th Apr 30 6 7 PM Rm 112 3207 202P Sa May 2 2 3 PM Rm 102 Youth Boating Qualification Ages 12 Adult Earn a Minnesota DNR Watercraft Operator s Permit This class will present information on various watercraft including personal watercraft jet skis This DNR approved class will cover boating skills MN regulations terminology and other aspects of boating safety Class includes a complete packet of materials and the administering of the state test for certification 20 4 Sessions Location Northrop Rm 201 5705 301P Tu Th May 12 21 6 30 8 30 PM Recreation Sports ACTIVE PLAY GaGa Ball Gr 1 5 Ga Ga Ball Spend a whole class time playing this awesome game with your friends The original game will be played as well as a few variations such as Team GaGa Ball Survivor GaGa Ball and Elimination GaGa Ball Be quick be agile and be ready to play 32 3 Sessions 3 35 5 PM Location Gage Gym 2606 201 GA Tu Apr 14 28 Location Jefferson Gym 2606 206 JE W Apr 15 29 Location Riverside Gym 2606 203 RV Th Apr 16 30 Location Bamber Gym 2606 204 BV Tu May 5 19 Location Ben Franklin Gym 2606 205 BF W May 6 20 Location Sunset Terrace Gym 2606 202 ST Th May 7 21 Open Gym Time Gr 2 5 As the winter winds whip finding time to play outside can be a challenge Luckily the Northrop gym is nice and toasty Wear your comfy clothes bring a pair of dry tennis shoes and a water bottle Come and burn off some energy and have some fun 9 1 Session Location Northrop Gym 2053 201 Sa Jan 18 1 30 2 30 PM 2053 202 Sa Feb 1 1 30 2 30 PM 2053 204 M Feb 10 5 6 PM 2053 205 Sa Feb 22 1 30 2 30 PM 2053 206 Sa Mar 14 1 30 2 30 PM 2053 207 Sa Apr 18 1 30 2 30 PM 2053 208 M May 4 5 6 PM 2053 209 M May 11 5 6 PM Partnership class See pg 30 for more information 9

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Hoop It Up Saturday Basketball Skills Gr 1 5 ARCHERY Archery Gr 3 8 At Archery Headquarters you will safely learn how to use a bow and arrow You ll learn correct form in stance and how to correctly hold aim and shoot the bow Safety is a high priority at Archery Headquarters and your attention is required the entire time All equipment is provided Sign up and learn a great recreational sport that will stay with you all your life 65 4 Sessions Location Archery Headquarters 3440 Northern Valley Place NE 2138 301P W Th Apr 8 16 5 30 6 30 PM Gr 3 5 2138 302P W Th Gr 6 8 Apr 8 16 6 30 7 30 PM Learn basic basketball skills drills and have fun Athletes will work on mastering essential skills needed to build the foundation of their game for the first half of the class and then have the opportunity to demonstrate their skills during the last half hour with games Class will be taught with age size appropriate materials 27 3 Sessions Location Northrop Gym 2052 201 Sa Feb 1 22 9 30 10 30 AM Skip Feb 15 Gr 1 2 2052 202 Gr 3 5 Sa Feb 1 22 Skip Feb 15 Little Hoopster Gr K 2 BASKETBALL Basketball Skills and Drills Gr 1 5 Learn the fundamentals of basketball work on mastering essential skills and continue to build the foundation of your game Class will be taught with age size appropriate materials and small groups that are split by skill level and grade level Bring your tennis shoes comfortable clothing and a water bottle 36 4 Sessions 3 35 5 PM Location Jefferson Gym 2608 201 JE Tu Jan 21 Feb 18 Skip Feb 11 Location Riverside Gym 2608 202 RV Th Jan 23 Feb 20 Skip Feb 6 Location Ben Franklin Gym 2608 203 BF Tu Feb 25 Mar 17 Location Bamber Gym 2608 204 BV Th Feb 27 Mar 19 Participate in fun games and exercises that will emphasize passing dribbling shooting running jumping and defense All games will be appropriate for the young hoopster These skills prepare you for those basketball years ahead Don t pass the ball on this one it should be a sure shot 27 3 Sessions Location Northrop Gym 2050 201 M Mar 2 16 4 30 5 30 PM 2050 202 M Mar 2 16 5 45 6 45 PM 2050 203 M Apr 13 27 4 30 5 30 PM 2050 204 M Apr 13 27 5 45 6 45 PM CHEERLEADING Minnesota Xtreme Cheerleading Gr K 6 Cheerleading is a high energy activity that involves aspects of dance gymnastics and acrobatics and it s one of the fastest growing activities in the world This class is for individuals who would like introductory training in cheerleading with experience ranging from beginner to intermediate We will work on all areas of cheer including tumbling stunting jumps and motions Attire for the class is athletic shorts a fitted tank or t shirt and athletic shoes Bring a water bottle and shoes you plan on participating in Hair should be up in a ponytail No jewelry should be worn 99 12 Sessions Location Minnesota Xtreme All Star Cheer 1252 60th Ave NW 2610 201P Tu Jan 7 Mar 24 5 30 6 30 PM 2610 202P Tu Mar 31 Jun 16 10 10 45 11 45 AM Youth Enrichment Winter Spring 2020 507 328 4000 www rochesterce org register 5 30 6 30 PM

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RYF Competitive Fencing for Beginners Gr 5 8 Rochester Youth Fencers RYF a local fencing club invites you to join us and learn a competitive sport that lasts a lifetime We are offering this opportunity for you to master the skills and techniques at your pace as well as prepare for USFA tournaments We focus on having fun doing it right from the very beginning and give you the attention you deserve to succeed and excel in this exciting life sport All equipment is provided A T shirt is included and will be handed out on the first day of class 99 8 Sessions Location Northrop Gym 2058 201P M Jan 20 Mar 16 7 8 PM Skip Feb 17 RYF Intermediate Competitive Fencing Gr 5 8 After you have acquired the basic repertoire in the Fencing Beginner class you have the opportunity to continuously improve and master new skills techniques tactics and strategies to fence more effectively This class will prepare you for competition in USFA tournaments All equipment will be provided Prerequisite Competitive Fencing for Beginners 75 8 Sessions Location Northrop Gym 2078 301P M Mar 30 May 18 7 8 PM RYF MN High School Meet Preparation Open Fencing Ages 7 Up FENCING YEL Fencing Gr 2 12 Join the Youth Enrichment League for 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 Sign up today to THINK LEARN and PLAY WELL with YEL 118 8 Sessions Location Northrop Gym 2052 201P Sa Jan 11 Mar 7 12 PM 1 PM Skip Feb 15 94 6 Sessions Location Northrop Gym 2052 202P Sa Mar 14 May 2 12 PM 1 PM Fencers continue to master the skills and techniques in preparation for competition in USFA tournaments and Minnesota High School Meets Participant is required to acquire his her own fencing equipment or pay an additional 20 equipment fee on the first day of class We can help you order your equipment on the first day of class if needed Additional USFA membership and tournament registration fees may apply 50 17 Sessions Location Northrop Gym 2080 201P M Th Jan 20 Mar 19 7 9 PM Skip Feb 17 50 16 Sessions Location Northrop Gym 2080 301P M Th Mar 30 May 21 7 9 PM CE WEATHERLINE For weather related announcements call 507 328 4010 See page 30 for more information Partnership class See pg 30 for more information 11

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FOOTBALL YEL Flag Football Gr 2 5 Get ready to dash to the end zone with our high octane Flag 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 80 6 Sessions 3 35 4 35 PM Location Bamber Fields 2604 301 BV Fri Apr 10 May 15 Location Bishop Fields 2604 302 HB Tu Apr 14 May 19 Location Lincoln Fields 2604 303 LN W Apr 15 May 20 Location Ben Franklin Fields 2604 304 BF Th Apr 16 May 21 Flag Football Gr K 2 Ready Set HIKE Here is the chance to master some fundamental football skills Run drills play games and begin to lay down the groundwork that you need to be a future Heisman winner Age appropriate drills will foster growth in passing catching and field positions 32 3 Sessions Location Willow Creek Fields 2134 301 Sa May 2 16 9 10 AM GYMNASTICS Children will be split into ability based age groups whenever possible but due to registration numbers classes may be combined 80 7 Sessions Location Gage East 930 40th ST NW Gymnastics Beginner I Gr K 6 Beginner class is open to all gymnasts We will focus on developing basic gymnastics skills on all events including forward rolls backward rolls headstands on floor front support casts and basic swinging on the bars walking and jumping on the beam basic springboard technique and vaulting skills 2155 301 Tu Apr 7 May 19 6 7 PM 2155 302 Tu Apr 7 May 19 6 7 PM 2155 303 W Apr 8 May 20 6 7 PM 2155 304 W Apr 8 May 20 6 7 PM 2155 305 W Apr 8 May 20 7 15 8 15 PM 2155 306 W Apr 8 May 20 7 15 8 15 PM Gymnastics Beginner II Gr K 6 This class will continue developing basic gymnastics skills on all events with a focus on form including forward rolls cartwheels and handstands on floor glide swings and pullovers on the bars jumps and turns on the beam springboard technique and basic vaulting skills 2156 301 Tu Apr 7 May 19 7 15 8 15 PM 2156 302 W Apr 8 May 20 6 7 PM 2156 303 W Apr 8 May 20 7 15 8 15 PM Gymnastics Intermediate I Gr K 6 This class is appropriate for all gymnasts who have mastered the basic gymnastics skills of cartwheels walking and jumping on the beam pullovers on the bars and springboard technique on the vault In this class we will introduce beam tumbling round offs back walkovers and front limbers on floor back hip circles and sole circle dismounts on bars along with continued springboard technique for vault 2157 301 Tu Apr 7 May 19 7 15 8 15 PM 2157 302 12 Tu Apr 7 May 19 Youth Enrichment Winter Spring 2020 507 328 4000 www rochesterce org register 7 15 8 15 PM

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HORSE RIDING TURN CREST STABLES All riders are required to wear long pants jeans and boots or shoes with a 1 inch heel Riding helmets will be provided lessons will be held in an indoor arena Classes are held at Turn Crest Stables 26947 CTY HWY 34 Kasson Directions Take HWY 14 west past Byron 2 mi Turn right at CTY 15 go 1 4 mi to stop sign take a left to Turn Crest Stables Horse Riding Lessons Ages 7 Up Come and learn how to not only ride a horse but also how to groom and tack up the horse you are going to ride Helmets are available or bring your own helmet Riders MUST wear long pants jeans and boots or sturdy shoes with a 1 inch heel no tennis shoes Cost includes 5 half hour lessons 181 6 Sessions 2208 301P W May 6 Jun 10 6 30 7 PM 2208 302P W May 6 Jun 10 7 7 30 PM Little Riders Riding Lessons Ages 5 7 w Adult Gymnastics Intermediate II Gr K 6 This class is appropriate for all gymnasts who have mastered cartwheels round offs and back walkovers jumping and turning on the beam casting pullovers and back hip circles on the bars and springboard technique on the vault This class will have a greater focus on form while working on beam tumbling round offs with rebounds back and front walkovers on floor back and front hip circles on bars and more complex gymnastics skills 2158 301 M Apr 6 May 18 6 7 PM 2158 302 Tu Apr 7 May 19 6 7 PM Performance Gymnastics Gr K 8 The Performance Gymnastics class is open to all girls grades K 8 who have mastered the beginner and intermediate gymnastic skills and are interested in advancing their gymnastic ability This class focuses on form while introducing and working on back extensions aerials front and back handsprings on floor kips and hop ups on bars full turns jumps leaps and dismounts on beam and inverted vaults This class will perform a bi annual exhibition 150 7 Sessions 2160 301 M Apr 6 May 18 6 8 PM Little Riders will learn how to ride walk and how to control a horse from horseback while an adult is leading them and then learn how to ride by themselves All riders must have an adult as a leader with them or Turn Crest will provide one for an additional 15 per lesson payable at the stable 126 4 Sessions 2203 301P Tu May 5 26 6 30 7 PM 2203 302P Tu May 5 26 7 7 30 PM Young Riders Day at the Stables Ages 7 Up Come learn about horses riding and lots of fun Riders will get to learn how to groom tack up and have a short ride You will also learn about breeds colors parts of horses and much more Dress for the weather but most of the class will be in the indoor arena Come and meet the school horses at Turn Crest Stables 55 1 Session 2207 301P Sa May 9 10 AM 1 PM Partnership class See pg 30 for more information 13

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ICE SKATING ROCHESTER FIGURE SKATING CLUB Rochester Figure Skating Club RFSC instructors use the Learn2Skate USA curriculum which is sanctioned by US Figure Skating and USA Hockey Skate rental is available for 2 per lesson It is recommended that participants wear a helmet Location Rochester Recreation Center 21 Elton Hills DR NW Learn2Skate for Hockey Ages 6 12 Boys and girls will learn the basic skating skills needed to play ice hockey Instructors use the Learn2Skate USA curriculum which is sanctioned by the U S Figure Skating and USA Hockey organizations Minimum equipment required gloves helmet with mask and a stick 126 7 Sessions 2224 201P F Jan 10 Feb 28 6 15 6 45 PM Skip Feb 7 144 8 Sessions 2224 202P F Mar 6 May 15 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 126 7 Sessions 2226 201P Tu Jan 7 Feb 25 6 6 30 PM Skip Feb 4 2226 202P Th Jan 9 Feb 27 6 6 30 PM 2226 203P F Jan 10 Feb 28 6 15 6 45 PM 2226 204P Sa Jan 11 Feb 22 10 10 30 AM Skip Feb 6 Skip Feb 7 Skip Feb 8 144 8 Sessions 2226 207P F Mar 6 May 15 6 15 6 45 PM 2226 208P Sa Mar 7 May 16 10 10 30 AM 2226 205P Tu Mar 10 May 12 6 6 30 PM 2226 206P Th Mar 12 May 14 6 6 30 PM Skip Mar 20 Apr 3 17 Skip Mar 21 Apr 4 18 6 15 6 45 PM Skip Mar 20 Apr 3 17 Skip Mar 31 Apr 14 Skip Apr 2 16 Learn2Skate for Teens Ages 13 Up Beginning ice skating lessons will be offered for teenage students 126 7 Sessions 2223 201P Tu Jan 7 Feb 25 6 6 30 PM Skip Feb 4 144 8 Sessions 2223 202P Tu Mar 10 May 12 Skip Mar 31 Apr 14 6 6 30 PM CE WEATHERLINE For weather related announcements call 507 328 4010 See page 30 for more information 14 Youth Enrichment Winter Spring 2020 507 328 4000 www rochesterce org register

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4KICKS FAMILY TAEKWONDO Taekwondo is a fun family activity and great for students of all ages One adult may attend and participate with the child at no extra charge Under the instruction of Patricia Young with the American Taekwondo Association students will improve their coordination balance strength and agility while adults will benefit from improved memory balance and flexibility 4Kicks driveway entrance is between Slumberland and State Farm and the door is between the Salvation Army drop off door and the Slumberland pick up door The final test dates will be on Thursdays March 5 April 30 and June 25 Location 4Kicks Family Taekwondo 4915 Hwy 52 NW Frontage Road Ages 4 7 55 8 Sessions Location 4Kicks Family Taekwondo 2181 201P Th Jan 16 Mar 5 5 20 6 20 PM Test Date Th Mar 5 MARTIAL ARTS 2181 202P Th Mar 12 Apr 30 National Karate Studio Gr K 3 Develop muscles and increase flexibility through the use of karate Focus will also include improving coordination and listening skills 10 3 Sessions Location National Karate Studio 2711 Commerce DR NW 2031 201P Tu Jan 21 Feb 4 4 30 5 PM 2031 202P Tu Mar 10 24 4 30 5 PM Intro to Taekwondo Martial Arts Fitness Ages 5 Adult Taekwondo is Korea s national sport involving blocking and striking with your hand and foot Parents you are welcome to attend with your child You will both burn some calories improve flexibility balance and stamina while learning self defense This Introduction to Taekwondo will help your child develop discipline respect and confidence as well as learn to focus and listen Wear comfortable workout clothes You may register for one section only For questions call 507 358 3484 or visit our website at www mafci com 19 4 Sessions Location Martial Art Fitness Center 2849 S Broadway 2036 201P Tu Th Jan 21 30 7 8 PM 2036 202P M W Feb 3 12 6 7 PM 2036 203P Tu Th Mar 10 19 7 8 PM 2036 301P M W Apr 20 29 6 7 PM 5 20 6 20 PM Test Date Th Apr 30 2181 301P Th May 7 Jun 25 5 20 6 20 PM Test Date Th Jun 25 Ages 8 Up Students in this age group can sign up and pay for either Wednesday or Thursday and attend one or attend all nights Training for students age 8 and up includes training in bully prevention advanced selfdefense use of nunchuk escrima etc board breaks and other advanced concepts 75 8 Sessions Location 4Kicks Family Taekwondo 2182 201P W Jan 15 Mar 4 6 30 7 30 PM 2182 202P Th Jan 16 Mar 5 6 30 7 30 PM Test Date Th Mar 5 2182 203P W Mar 11 Apr 29 6 30 7 30 PM 2182 204P Th Mar 12 Apr 30 6 30 7 30 PM Test Date Th Apr 30 2182 301P W May 6 Jun 24 6 30 7 30 PM 2182 302P Th May 7 Jun 25 6 30 7 30 PM Test Date Th Jun 25 Partnership class See pg 30 for more information 15

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ROCK CLIMBING Intermediate Youth Climbing Class Ages 8 12 ROCA Harness and shoes will be provided at no additional cost You must complete the Visitor Agreement on the Roca website at www climbroca com facility waiver Location Roca Climbing Fitness 6071 Rome Circle NW Parent Child Climbing Adventure Gr K 6 w Adult This class will take you and your child on an amazing indoor adventure exploring all that is climbing Each week your skilled rock climbing instructor will introduce you to new climbing skills and experiences such as belaying climbing technique and super fun climbing games You and your child will receive a membership to the gym with all its perks while you are enrolled in the class All of the gear needed for the class is included This class has a 7 1 child parent instructor ratio to ensure supervision guidance and personalized attention Children must have an adult to stay and assist during class It is important for the same adult to attend every week as we build on skills learned in the previous class If you have 2 children attending the same class you must have 2 adults to assist 125 4 Sessions 2116 201P M Jan 6 27 5 30 7 30 PM 2116 202P M Feb 3 24 5 30 7 30 PM 2116 203P M Mar 2 23 5 30 7 30 PM 2116 204P M Apr 6 27 5 30 7 30 PM This class is designed for climbers who are comfortable on the wall and will focus on techniques to expand their knowledge and skill set in climbing We will work on tying climbing knots proper body positioning and individualized instruction on more advanced technique Class is staffed with a student teacher ratio of 4 1 so each climber receives the personalized instruction guidance and supervision to provide the best experience possible Your enrollment cost will also include a free membership pass for the time that your class is in session Parents are free to drop their child off or stay and watch and learn with them 100 4 Sessions 2118 201P Su Jan 5 26 2 30 4 PM 2118 202P Su Feb 2 23 2 30 4 PM 2118 203P Su Mar 1 22 2 30 4 PM 2118 204P Su Apr 19 May 10 2 30 4 PM Beginner Youth Climbing Class Ages 5 9 Children ages 5 6 must have an adult attend and assist in class Roca coaches will introduce your child to the fundamentals of rock climbing through fun climbingrelated games and activities The focus will be on getting the climbers comfortable with heights familiar with climbing terms basic safety climbing routes as well as building problem solving skills With the instruction and support of our positive encouraging coaches your child s climbing skills and self esteem will rise Your enrollment cost will also include a free membership pass for the time that your class is in session Parents with children ages 7 9 are free to drop their child off or stay to watch and learn with them if they choose 100 4 Sessions 2117 201P Su Jan 5 26 12 45 PM 2 15 PM 2117 202P Su Feb 2 23 12 45 PM 2 15 PM 2117 203P Su Mar 1 22 12 45 PM 2 15 PM 2117 204P Su Apr 19 May 10 12 45 PM 2 15 PM 16 Youth Enrichment Winter Spring 2020 507 328 4000 www rochesterce org register

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TABLE TENNIS Table Tennis and Team XNT5 Gr 1 5 Basics are the main key to a solid foundation Whatever age the player is it is important to start the right way and it s equally important for kids of any age to enjoy the sport so fun and basics will be the theme Handeye coordination and basic drills will be part of this class This class is open for all entry level players Class will be held at The Rochester Table Tennis Club 4867 19th ST NW 165 8 Sessions Location Rochester Table Tennis Club 2137 201P Tu Th Jan 7 30 4 5 30 PM 2137 202P Tu Th Feb 4 27 4 5 30 PM 2137 203P Tu Th Mar 3 26 4 5 30 PM 2137 204P Tu Th Apr 7 30 4 5 30 PM 2137 205P Tu Th May 5 28 4 5 30 PM VOLLEYBALL Volleyball Basics Gr K 5 SOCCER YEL Soccer Gr K 3 Get outside and get kickin We teach the fundamentals of dribbling passing receiving and scoring Emphasis is on teamwork fundamentals safety and fast paced action that will get your pulse pounding 80 6 Sessions 3 35 4 35 PM Increase your volleyball skills in serving passing setting and spiking Students will use specially weighted balls for the beginner to develop proper technique Hitting approach as well as rules of the game will be covered You Dig 40 3 Sessions Location Northrop Gym 2033 201 M Jan 13 Feb 3 4 30 5 30 PM Skip Jan 20 Gr K 2 2033 202 Gr 3 5 M Jan 13 Feb 3 Skip Jan 20 5 45 6 45 PM Location Bishop Fields 2605 301 HB F Apr 10 May 15 Location Bamber Fields 2605 302 BV M Apr 13 May 18 Location Folwell Fields 2605 303 FO Th Apr 16 May 21 CE WEATHERLINE For weather related announcements call 507 328 4010 See page 30 for more information Partnership class See pg 30 for more information 17

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STEAM YEL Brick Builders Smash n Reel Gr 1 5 Messy Mixin s Science Gr K 5 Mixing up a mess is so much fun Let s make Silly Putty Playdough clay slime and kinetic sand Leave the mess with us and take your creations home with you 20 1 Session Location Northrop Rm 112 3082 201 Sa May 16 12 30 2 PM Discover Science with Us Gr 1 5 Build a smashing hammer a hill racer a fishing rod and more using LEGO bricks Use these LEGO brick models to explore STEM concepts The YEL Teach It Practice It Play It method engages students to create and innovate LEGO is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor authorize or endorse this site or program 80 6 Sessions 3 35 4 35 PM Location Folwell Media Center 2048 201P FO Tu Mar 3 Apr 14 Skip Mar 31 If you love science and want to learn more about how things work then this is the class for you Our topic will be the human body 36 4 Sessions 3 35 5 PM Location Bishop Media Center 2048 202P HB W Mar 4 Apr 15 Location Jefferson Art Rm 3083 201 JE Th Jan 23 Feb 13 Location Bamber Media Center 2048 203P BV Th Mar 5 Apr 16 Location Sunset Terrace Art Rm 3083 202 ST Th Feb 27 Mar 19 Location Pinewood Art Rm 3083 203 PW Tu Apr 14 May 5 Location Churchill Art Rm 3083 204 CH Th Apr 16 May 7 YEL Brick Builders Rapid Racer Gr 1 5 Build a Formula 1 Racer land yacht and more race cars using LEGO bricks Use these LEGO brick models to explore STEM concepts The YEL Teach It Practice It Play It method engages students to create and innovate Sign up today LEGO is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor authorize or endorse this site or program 80 6 Sessions 3 35 4 35 PM Location Lincoln Media Center 2046 201P LN M Jan 6 Feb 24 Location Folwell Media Center 2046 202P FO Tu Jan 7 Feb 11 Location Bishop Media Center 2046 203P HB W Jan 8 Feb 12 Skip Apr 1 Skip Apr 2 Location Northrop Rm 112 2048 205P NO Sa Mar 14 May 2 10 11 AM Location Lincoln Media Center 2048 204P LN M Mar 16 Apr 27 Skip Mar 30 YEL eXtreme MOBILE electroniX Gr 1 5 Create a mobile juggernaut equipped with disc shooter sirens flashing lights and voice recorder Students will build 20 30 electronic projects over the course of the session and use those projects to explore basic aspects of electricity including measuring ohms amps voltage open and closed circuits and more Safety is our first rule We will only use DC current batteries No AC current electric outlets will be used We put the ohm into ohm mi goodness 77 6 Sessions Location Northrop Rm 112 2047 201P NO Sa Jan 11 Feb 22 1 2 PM Skip Feb 15 2047 202P NO Sa Mar 14 May 2 Skip Mar 28 Apr 4 Location Bamber Media Center 2046 204P BV Th Jan 9 Feb 13 Location Northrop Rm 112 2046 205P NO Sa Jan 11 Feb 22 10 11 AM Skip Feb 15 18 Youth Enrichment Winter Spring 2020 507 328 4000 www rochesterce org register 1 2 PM

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Tech Academy Multi Player City Builder Gr 1 5 Minecraft is a sandbox building game that s been dominating the world of video gaming for the past several years Collaborate with fellow students to construct a city Students will take home their completed world file at the end of the class Beginners and experienced Minecrafters alike will love this actionpacked class Bring a USB drive drink and lunch to class 104 1 Session Location Northrop Rm 109 3032 201P Sa Jan 18 9 AM 3 PM Tech Academy Robotic Builders Mighty Machines Gr 1 5 We can learn about robotics with LEGO WeDo Robotics Systems young children can build and program their robotic creations and explore different robotic themes Students working in teams will work with simple machines program models they design and create measure time and distance and much more Bring a USB drive lunch and drink 104 1 Session Location Northrop Rm 102 3033 201P Sa Apr 18 9 AM 3 PM YEL Junior Coding and Video Games with Scratch Gr 2 5 Each YEL Coding class follows four basic components Teach It Students learn different story telling and coding techniques movement blocks animation dialogue timing etc Code It Students use Scratch to code their own animated story lines i e westerns missions in space and even dance parties Explore It Students can write their own code experiment with it and test new options We foster a collaborative environment where students learn from each other s creativity Keep It Students can keep their code online with Scratch and can access it and expand upon it at any time 88 6 Sessions 3 35 4 35 PM Location Bishop Media Center 2042 201P HB M Jan 6 Feb 24 Skip Jan 20 Feb 17 Location Folwell Media Center 2042 202P FO M Jan 6 Feb 24 Skip Jan 20 Feb 17 Location Jefferson Media Center 2042 203P JE W Jan 8 Feb 12 Location Northrop Rm 112 2042 205P NO Sa Jan 11 Feb 22 11 AM 12 PM Skip Feb 15 Location Bamber Art Rm 2042 204P BV Tu Jan 28 Mar 10 Skip Feb 25 Partnership class See pg 30 for more information 19

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YEL Coding Advanced Scratch Video Games Gr 2 5 Prerequisites Students should either 1 have taken a previous YEL Junior Coding class Video Games or Storytelling or 2 have prior experience coding with Scratch This YEL Advanced Video Game class follows four basic components Teach It Students learn advanced and review intermediate video game design techniques animation cumulative scoring conditional statements etc Code It Students use Scratch to code their own video games i e maze runner asteroid smash and more Explore It Students can write their own video game code experiment with it and test new options Our collaborative learning environment encourages students to learn from each other Keep It Students can keep their video games online with Scratch and can access it and expand upon it at any time 88 6 Sessions 3 35 4 35 PM Location Jefferson Media Center 2049 201P JE W Mar 4 Apr 15 Skip Apr 1 Location Northrop Rm 112 2049 202P NO Sa Mar 14 May 2 Location Folwell Media Center 2049 203P FO M Mar 16 Apr 27 Skip Mar 30 Location Bishop Media Center 2049 204P HB M Mar 16 Apr 27 Skip Mar 30 Location Bamber Media Center 2049 205P BV Tu Apr 7 May 12 Scratch is an MIT created and monitored kid safe web interface It uses a drag and drop programming interface to teach students of all levels coding practices Your child will receive a Scratch username and password so they can access their projects from any computer at any time Scratch is not affiliated with YEL nor does it endorse this program Do you have a great class idea or are a business looking to partner with Community Education Youth Enrichment We are always looking for new and exciting opportunities to offer Fill out the Youth Class Proposal Form on our website and Rochester Community Education will be in contact with you rochesterce org enrichment youth 20 Youth Enrichment Winter Spring 2020 507 328 4000 www rochesterce org register

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SCIENCE FAIRS GATEway Science Fair Grades 3 6 GATEway Science Fair GATEway s annual Science Fair is open to ALL interested students in grades 3 6 currently enrolled in any public private or home schools in the greater Rochester area For more information visit the website sites google com site gatewaysciencefair 12 1 Session Location Mayo Clinic Gonda Building Landow Atrium 3071 261 Sa Feb 22 12 30 4 30 PM Rochester Regional Science Engineering Fair Grades 6 12 PAPER PROJECT PRESENTATIONS FEBRUARY 28 2020 ROCHESTER COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE g Fair erin ne gi Stay up to date RochRSEF www rochesterce org rrsef cience al S En on gi Rochester Re Paperwork Deadline Friday January 24 2020 E st 1957 Partnership class See pg 30 for more information 21

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Theatre Alice s Adventures in Wonderland Children s Dance Theatre A Behind the Scenes Sneak Peak and Performance Come along on an enchanted backstage tour of the Children s Dance Theatre s production of Alice s Adventures in Wonderland You will get a tour of Mayo Civic Center s Presentation Hall and a sneak peak of the sets costumes and props for the upcoming production Alice and the White Rabbit will greet you and you may take pictures with the characters You will have the opportunity to meet the director choreographer Matthew Keefe and observe a rehearsal in progress At the end of the tour each child will receive a special treat This backstage tour class includes two tickets to see the production of Alice s Adventure in Wonderland Performance dates are March 20 22 2020 You will be contacted to select your desired performance Your tickets will be given to you at the class The 45 child parent pair fee is for the tour and 2 performance tickets You may bring an additional child for 20 includes tour treat performance ticket A parent must attend with the child Meet in the Mayo Civic Center Presentation Hall Lobby 45 Child Adult Pair 20 Additional Child 1 Sessions Location Mayo Civic Center Presentation Hall 4510 201P W Mar 18 4 15 5 PM 22 IMMERSION YOUTH REPERTORY THEATRE Audition Prep Gr 6 to Adult Are you ready to audition This class will teach you how to audition through monologue prep cold reading and best practices when trying to land your next role as well as fine tuning your acting skills as we work on new monologues 65 4 Sessions Location Castle Community Rochester 3850 201P Sa Jan 11 Feb 1 12 PM 2 PM Creative Kids Gr K 3 Ready Set Play Introduce your child to theatre in a fun and supportive environment Young actors will learn how to use their voices and imaginations to create characters as they work together to tell a story Class location is Castle Community Rochester 121 N Broadway Ave 50 4 Sessions Location Castle Community Rochester 3849 201P Sa Jan 11 Feb 1 10 30 11 30 AM Youth Enrichment Winter Spring 2020 507 328 4000 www rochesterce org register

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Improv for Kids Gr 3 5 During this class we will explore improv using games techniques and concepts in a fun supportive environment by encouraging students to become more spontaneous creative playful and imaginative all while developing valuable theater and interpersonal skills 50 4 Sessions Location Northrop Rm 201 3840 201P Tu Jan 14 Feb 4 5 30 6 30 PM Teen Improv Gr 6 12 This class explores improv games techniques and concepts in a fun supportive environment by encouraging students to become more spontaneous creative playful and imaginative all while developing valuable theater and interpersonal skills 65 6 Sessions Location Northrop Rm 112 3856 201P W Jan 15 Feb 19 5 30 7 30 PM Page to Stage Gr 6 12 Calling all teen playwrights Spend the spring semester working with local directors designers and educators to cast and design your own play in preparation for a final performance Page to Stage fall semester or original play required 150 10 Sessions Location Willow Creek Cafeteria 3854 201P M Mar 9 May 18 5 7 PM Skip Mar 30 Teen Acting Gr 8 12 Spend the spring semester working with teen directors who will cast you in an original work Learn acting skills and rehearse for a final production 25 8 Sessions Location Willow Creek Cafeteria 3851 201P M Mar 23 May 18 5 30 7 PM Skip Mar 30 Beginning Musical Theatre Tap Ages 8 Up This Musical Theatre Tap class will focus on basic tap steps and simple combinations designed with little or no experience Students will also learn choreography to a musical theatre number Tap shoes required 50 4 Sessions Location To Be Determined 3852 201P Tu Feb 4 25 6 30 7 30 PM Partnership class See pg 30 for more information 23

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MIDDLE SCHOOL PREP 2020 Middle School Prep will give you a taste of what a typical school day would look like as you move from class to class and cover topics such as 6th Grade Survival Skills 8 AM 12 PM JUNE 9 12 CLASSics 101 Fine Arts The EXTRAS During the four hours each day that you will spend with us you will get an opportunity to become familiar with the middle school you will be attending next fall DON T MISS YOUR CHANCE TO GET A HEAD START TO THE SCHOOL YEAR get a o t e c n a s our ch This is y k and insider tip e sneak pet will help you tha t year s r fi r u o survive ydle school of mid 80 4 Sessions John Adams 5910 402JA Friedell Kellogg 5910 401FR 5910 403KE Willow Creek 5910 404WC REGISTER TODAY rochesterce org register Everyone Connects 25

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MIDDLE 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 Pre registration is required Tuition assistance is available to qualifying students Call the main office at 507 328 4000 for more information Limited late bus service may be available Please see the website for bussing information MIDDLE SCHOOL SPORTS PROGRAMS Middle School Sports Programs are designed to accommodate all levels of experience and skill The focus of the Middle School Sports Programs will be on learning the fundamentals and rules of the specific sport teamwork sportsmanship and most of all having fun For more information on whats happening at your Middle School check out www rochesterce org enrichment youth after school programs or call 507 328 4000 26

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Do you have a toddler or preschooler in your life Check out these classes specifically designed with them in mind Everyone Connects Tiny Tot Gym and Story Time Ages 18 Months 5 Years w Adult Colder temperatures can make getting your wiggles out tough Our gym is the perfect place to let loose and have some fun without all of the bulky winter gear Join us for an hour of play followed by 30 minutes of relaxing story time to get your child ready for lunch and an afternoon rest Snow Much Fun 3 5 Years Baby its cold outside but a little cold weather won t stop Community Ed from having snow much fun Join us for an indoor snowball fight ice skating in our socks and even build a snowman that will never melt Valentine Party 3 5 Years Kid s love Valentine s Day and so do we Our Valentine Party will include heart shaped treats homemade valentines and Valentine s Day story books Basketball 4 6 Years Adult Expose your 4 6 year old to the fundamentals of basketball Dribbling passing and shooting will be modified for our mini players Soccer 4 6 Years Adult Soccer for preschoolers teaches the basics of soccer including dribbling passing and kicking Working together we will enrich your child s soccer skills Making the most of your student s time Class Drop Off Students should be dropped off no earlier than 10 minutes before the listed class start time Students attending an afterschool 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 Class Pick Up Students 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 Find dates times and more on our website www rochesterce org register 27

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Mental Health First Aid Mental Health First Aid Mental Health First Aid MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID Why Mental Health First Aid On average there are 123 Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders This 8 hour training gives you the skills you need to SUICIDES A DAY American Foundation for Suicide Prevention reach out and provide initial support to someone who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem and help connect them to the appropriate care From 1999 to 2016 630 000 WHAT IT COVERS Common signs and symptoms of mental illness people died from DRUG OVERDOSE Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Nearly 1 in 5 U S adults lives with a MENTAL ILLNESS National Institute of Mental Health via the National Survey on Drug Use and Health NSDUH and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration WHO SHOULD TAKE IT Common signs and symptoms of substance use Employers How to interact with a person in crisis Police officers Hospital staff First responders Faith leaders How to connect the person with help NEW How to administer naloxone in the event of an opioid overdose Community members Caring individuals The course will teach you how to apply the ALGEE action plan Assess for risk of suicide or harm Encourage appropriate professional help Listen nonjudgmentally Encourage self help and other support strategies Give reassurance and information Youth Mental Health First Aid 50 1 Location Northrop Rm TO FIND ASession COURSE OR CONTACT AN INSTRUCTOR IN YOUR308 AREA VISIT www MentalHealthFirstAid org EMAIL 7334 231 Th ORApr 30Info MentalHealthFirstAid org 8 30 AM 5 PM This program is a top notch service to area communities like ours and we are so grateful for the opportunity to have this program Nikki Carber Speak Out Against Suicide More than one million trained

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Do you love working with kids Share your talents with Community Education and the kids of Rochester Public Schools Become a Youth Enrichment Instructor Community Education classes are flexible and are designed to meet the needs of our instructors and the community Classes are offered after school and on Saturdays Note Weekday Middle School classes start at 2 30 PM Weekday Elementary classes start at 3 35 PM ENCOURAGE THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW Apply to SACC for a job that will inspire and challenge you For more information visit www applitrack com rochester onlineapp default aspx Job ID 12879 12880 Opportunities in Drawing Crafts Chess Math Science Recreation Sports Apply today at www applitrack com rochester onlineapp default aspx Job ID 10938 www rochesterce org sacc 29

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION Prompt registration is encouraged as space is limited and Families who qualify for the free or reduced price meal questions regarding class openings Partnership classes marked with may be eligible for scholarships Families may call Community Education at 507328 4000 to determine if they meet the criteria classes may fill quickly Additional class times may be added if needed Call Community Education at 328 4000 with any CLASS CANCELLATION POLICY PRIOR TO START DATE If 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 DATE You may withdraw from classes of three sessions or more after attending the first session You must notify the Enrichment Office 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 processing fee and any costs incurred TRANSPORTATION Parents 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 afterschool 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 program may receive a 50 percent reduction in class fees up to 25 per child per catalog HEALTH CONCERNS Community 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 NOTICE I 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 NOTE It has been brought to our attention that some families with Hotmail or other email providers have not been receiving emails from Community Education We recommend that you add our domain rochester k12 mn us as a Safe or Trusted Sender to your email account INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY If 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 notified regarding weather related announcements at www rochester k12 mn us families select Skyward Skylert Resources Skylert Community Sign Up UCARE DISCOUNT rs Fu nde gr d through a an t fr o rn ne in in g M C e n te m tu of ry Com a Department a munity Le sot a 30 s t uc C en Ed ti on R oc hest e r M i n n e sot a 21 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 Some 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 Youth Enrichment Winter Spring 2020 507 328 4000 www rochesterce org register

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION YOUTH REGISTRATION FORM Northrop Education Center 201 8th Street NW Rochester MN 55901 www rochesterce org register 507 328 4000 REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS STEP ONE The information you provide on the Registration Form will be entered and payment processed You will receive a confirmation email or phone call when STEP ONE is complete and you are registered STEP TWO Follow the link in your confirmation 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 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 STEP ONE Registration Information Student s First Name Last Name Address Zip Code City Birthdate Age Sex M F please circle School Grade 2019 20 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 Class Code Class Title Dates Yes Time No Fee TOTAL Cash Check Number Discover MasterCard Card Signature Make checks payable to Community Education VISA Exp Date Card holder s printed name STEP TWO Confirm your personal information watch for email 31

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ROCHESTER PUBLIC SCHOOLS Northrop Community Education 201 8th Street Northwest Rochester MN 55901 NON PROFIT U S POSTAGE PAID Permit No 1000 Rochester MN REGISTER TODAY ONLINE www rochesterce org register MAIL Northrop Education Center 201 8th St NW Rochester MN 55901 CALL 507 328 4000 FAX 507 328 4015 DROP IN Northrop Education Center Main Office 8 AM 4 30 PM DROP OFF Drop Box in the front of Northrop Education Center 24 hours a day Making the most of your student s time Class Drop Off Students should be dropped off no earlier than 10 minutes before the listed class start time Students attending an afterschool 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 Class Pick Up Students 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 We look forward to seeing you soon www rochesterce org register