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  • Camp Mathlete! with Mathnasium

    Here is a great opportunity to learn math hands-on, in a fun and safe environment! Students will have the opportunity to work individually and in small groups on math games, puzzles, building structures, etc. Through this students will have a chance to use their math skills like number facts, multiplication skills, fractional concepts, proportional reasoning and problem solving. They will bring home some of their projects as well, so don't forget to ask them more details about what they did and liked that day! On the last day of the camp, we will conduct a comprehensive assessment which pinpoints your child’s exact math strengths and areas to improve. Through this engaging math camp, we hope your child's negative attitude towards math (if any) is reversed - building a base towards your child's road to success. Due to COVID-19 precautions, only registered participants of activities are allowed in District buildings. Parents are not permitted to enter the facility nor stay to watch practices or activities. Exception: if the participant is 5 years old or younger, one parent may attend. Please keep siblings at home. Instructors will greet students at the entrance before class and return them to the same door when class is complete. Instructors will wear a mask and face shield Anyone over the age of 5 years must wear a face covering at all times – regardless of what activity they’re participating in. Your cooperation will help keep everyone safe and allow us to continue to offer enrichment activities and sports and we thank you in advance.
  • Camp Mathlete! with Mathnasium

    Here is a great opportunity to learn math hands-on, in a fun and safe environment! Students will have the opportunity to work individually and in small groups on math games, puzzles, building structures, etc. Through this students will have a chance to use their math skills like number facts, multiplication skills, fractional concepts, proportional reasoning and problem solving. They will bring home some of their projects as well, so don't forget to ask them more details about what they did and liked that day! On the last day of the camp, we will conduct a comprehensive assessment which pinpoints your child’s exact math strengths and areas to improve. Through this engaging math camp, we hope your child's negative attitude towards math (if any) is reversed - building a base towards your child's road to success. Due to COVID-19 precautions, only registered participants of activities are allowed in District buildings. Parents are not permitted to enter the facility nor stay to watch practices or activities. Exception: if the participant is 5 years old or younger, one parent may attend. Please keep siblings at home. Instructors will greet students at the entrance before class and return them to the same door when class is complete. Instructors will wear a mask and face shield Anyone over the age of 5 years must wear a face covering at all times – regardless of what activity they’re participating in. Your cooperation will help keep everyone safe and allow us to continue to offer enrichment activities and sports and we thank you in advance.
  • Child and Babysitting Safety

    Participants will learn the responsibilities of being a prepared, safe, responsible and professional babysitter. Topics include supervision, behavior guidance, proper feeding and diapering techniques, personal safety, basic first aid, medical emergencies, and fire safety. Dolls, bottles, and diaper supplies will be provided at class for hands-on participation. This three hour class is developed by the American Safety and Health Institute and approved by the American Pediatrics Association. Class participants receive a manual and certification card. Participants should bring a peanut free snack and beverage to class. Due to COVID-19 precautions, only registered participants of activities are allowed in District buildings. Parents are not permitted to enter the facility nor stay to watch practices or activities. Exception: if the participant is 5 years old or younger, one parent may attend. Please keep siblings at home. Instructors will greet students at the entrance before class and return them to the same door when class is complete. Instructors will wear a mask Anyone over the age of 5 years must wear a face covering at all times – regardless of what activity they’re participating in. Your cooperation will help keep everyone safe and allow us to continue to offer enrichment activities and sports and we thank you in advance.
  • Home Alone

    Participants will learn the responsibilities of being safe alone-at-home. Topics include basic first aid, fire safety, kitchen safety, internet safety, small and large emergencies, stranger danger, sibling arguments, and more. Class participants will receive a packet of information to take home. Due to COVID-19 precautions, only registered participants of activities are allowed in District buildings. Parents are not permitted to enter the facility nor stay to watch practices or activities. Exception: if the participant is 5 years old or younger, one parent may attend. Please keep siblings at home. Instructors will greet students at the entrance before class and return them to the same door when class is complete. Instructors will wear a mask Anyone over the age of 5 years must wear a face covering at all times – regardless of what activity they’re participating in. Your cooperation will help keep everyone safe and allow us to continue to offer enrichment activities and sports and we thank you in advance.
  • Math by Mail: Middle School

    It’s Back! Keep young minds active with the locally developed Math-By-Mail curriculum: Math practice accompanied by enrichment activities for the upcoming summer months. Created by current middle school math teachers with 45+ years of combined experience! Minnesota State Standards, Math Frameworks MCA strands, and current Minnesota Benchmarks are the foundational basis for this curriculum. With creative problem solving, multiple choice, short answer and vocabulary embedded into an 8-week course of independent study, students will maintain or increase the level of their math understanding, in addition to reviewing the recommended targets suggested by grade level in the Minnesota School Academic Standards for mathematics. Each student will be given a pretest to assess the appropriate skill level necessary to strengthen their individual math needs, unlike other programs that are exclusively grade level driven. Students will receive an 8-lesson packet to complete at their own pace throughout the summer. As students finish packets, they are mailed back for feedback and then returned to the students. All packets are due back by August 11 in order to provide timely feedback before the 2021 school year begins.
  • YEL Chess Summer Camp

    All levels welcome. The {YEL!} Teach It!…Practice It!...Play It! method keeps chess students progressing with 60+ chess lessons and thousands of puzzles as well as guided games and an end-of-week in-class tournament. Class fee includes ChessKid.com membership for the session ($49 annual value). Battle summer brain drain...sign up today to THINK, LEARN and PLAY WELL with {YEL!}. For more information, click the link below! Due to COVID-19 precautions, only registered participants of activities are allowed in District buildings. Instructors will greet students at the entrance before class and return them to the same door when class is complete. Instructors will wear a mask Anyone over the age of 5 years must wear a face covering at all times – regardless of what activity they’re participating in. Your cooperation will help keep everyone safe and allow us to continue to offer enrichment activities and sports and we thank you in advance.