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  • ABE: We need you! (ages 18+)

    Are you interested in helping adults improve their skills so they can move ahead in their jobs, prepare for further education or enhance their daily lives? Consider volunteering in our Adult Basic Education | ABE classrooms. Morning and evening positions are available in Apple Valley. No experience is necessary, just a willingness to make a difference in the lives of adult learners! Volunteers help in many ways, including: Assisting in a classroom Teaching or co-teaching Tutoring one-to-one Visit www.district196.org/abe to find out more. Contact us today! Email abe@district196.org or call 952-431-8316.
  • Advantage ACT Prep Course - Online (grades 10-12)

    The Online ACT Prep Course is an excellent alternative for any student unable to attend in-school classes or for students who prefer to prepare for the ACT exam on their own and at their desired pace. Once enrolled, students are sent an access code for their class via email. Students may also repeat this course at no extra charge. In order to access the class through Google Classroom, You will need to have a gmail account.
  • Creative Movement Arts-Online (families and children ages 3-6)

    Find new joy in learning and dance with distinguished teaching-artists from around the world! Connect all arts and academics through six thematic lessons for strong engagement for your child(ren) and your whole family. Explore physical explorations and kinesthetic arts. Combine basic dance skills with creative movement, positive self-esteem games and quality music from around the world. Each week, engage in a video to investigate creative movement, dance, visual arts, theatre, language, world cultures, nutrition and more. Nurture the creative process in your child … and family! Receive a password and url addresses in an email prior to class start to access six videos that you may play as much as you like, at any time you like during each weekly session. Weekly Themes - Lesson 1: Shapes Lesson 2: Over, Under, Around and Through Lesson 3: Opposites Lesson 4: Action Words Lesson 5: Colors Lesson 6: Circus
  • Mountain Bike Adventure Club and Race Team(grades 6-12)

    Our goal is to build a strong body, mind and character by participating in a competitive and inclusive mountain bike club and racing experience. All members are encouraged, but not required to race as part of the fall league. We practice two days per week and participate in five races throughout the season on weekends. You must provide your own bike and helmet. Please visit the team website at https://196mtb.shutterfly.com/ or Visit the Minnesota Mountain Biking website www.minnesotamtb.org for more information. ISD 196 Mountain Bike Adventure Club and Race Team Information Sheet Our Club: Official Coed Club that is insured and supported by ISD 196 along with our governing body, MCA (Minnesota Cycling Association). We invite all riders regardless if one wants to race in the fall or not. Our racing athletes can earn a varsity letter. Letter Requirements are posted on our website. We are four teams that practice together and share resources. Together we are the ISD 196 Mountain Bike Adventure Club and Race Team. Skill Level: We have riders on our team each year that range from complete novices to expert racers. We welcome all riders and racers. As a staff we work to tailor our rides and practices to be able to safely instruct all skill levels. Because of this, we are constantly looking for adult volunteer ride leaders for practices. These volunteers not only make our practices safer but also provide the key to differentiating practices for all skill levels. Practice Mondays and Thursdays starting July 14th 6-8 pm (HS), 6:30-8pm (MS). (We will start as early as 5:00 PM later in the season when we begin to lose light in the fall.) Location: Practice locations will be posted on our website. We will meet at the overflow lot of Lebanon Hills for most of our practices. Transportation: All transportation is the responsibility of parents to organize independently of our staff. Races: For the 2022 season races start August 27/28 weekend with Middle School on Saturdays and High School on Sundays. The championship race is in Chisholm, MN Oct.15/16. Each division (6th -Varsity/male and female) race separately. Registration: This is a 2 step process. You are not allowed to ride with the team in any capacity until you are 1st registered with Community Education and 2nd registered with the state league MCA. Registration must be done by 1st practice. Cost: Club Fee $100 Race Jersey (approx 75$, paid separately and not mandatory) MCA Registration Fee $100 MCA Race Fees (only if you choose to do races, not mandatory) $150 all 5 or $50 each a la carte $200 if you don't race. $425 if you do races and buy a jersey These are the minimum items required to ride with the club, practice and race.Gear: Safe geared mountain bike Helmet Water bottle or hydration pack Spare tube Athletic shoes or biking shoes Highly Recommended: Gloves/Eye Protection Volunteers: To ensure a safe and smooth running season there is an expectation that our parents and guardians volunteer. Our families have really stepped up each year to help make our program a success. There is a volunteer signup sheet on a table in the back of the room. It is for those parents that can coordinate specific aspects our team needs. This list is also posted online. If you can’t take on a leadership role but are able to help, please sign up and let us know in what capacity you can help our team. Thank you! Bike Shop: Support:Valley Bike and Ski has been a great resource for our team. They have supported us with volunteer ride coaches, race support, team member discounts, and lots of advice. If you are looking for gear or advice they are a great place to go. 7707 149th St. W. Apple Valley, MN 55124 952-432-1666 http://valleybikeandski.com
  • Group Guitar Lessons (ages 9-15)

    Learn how to read music, TABs (musical notations indicating where to put fingers on guitar), and discover the chords and scales it takes to become a guitar player. Bring your own guitar, music will be provided.
  • Babysitting Clinic (ages 11+)

    Learn to be a responsible babysitter. Receive a babysitting guidebook and obtain valuable information on safety guidelines, healthy eating and indoor games. Receive a Community Education certificate when you successfully complete the required test. Bring a doll or stuffed animal to practice diapering and a nut-free bag lunch.
  • Wobblebots (parents and children grades K-5)

    Invent a robot using recycled household materials. Build a vibration engine and attach it to your robot. Watch your robot wobble all about.
  • EVHS Geometry

    Eastview’s academic enrichment program in Geometry provides an opportunity for a student to accelerate his/her math curriculum. The main purpose should be to put a student on a path to reach a higher level class than the student would normally reach before graduation. Guideline qualifications for independent study (enrichment/credit by assessment) include completion of prerequisite classes, a minimum of a 3.00 cumulative G.P.A., and at least an A- (3.70 G.P.A.) average in math. The student must display a high interest in the subject area, show evidence of self-motivation and self-discipline, and come with the recommendation of his/her teacher. Completion of this program is equivalent to a full year of high school geometry. Upon acceptance, the cooperating teacher will be in touch with all students to distribute materials and confirm spring dates and times.
  • EVHS Intermediate Algebra 1

    Eastview’s academic enrichment program in Intermediate Algebra I provides an opportunity for a student to accelerate his/her math curriculum. The main purpose should be to put a student on a path to reach a higher level class than the student would normally reach before graduation. Guideline qualifications for independent study (enrichment/credit by assessment) include completion of prerequisite classes, a minimum of a 3.00 cumulative G.P.A., and at least an A- (3.70 G.P.A.) average in math. The student must display a high interest in the subject area, show evidence of self-motivation and self-discipline, and come with the recommendation of his/her teacher. Completion of this program is equivalent to a full year of high school Intermediate Algebra I. Upon acceptance, the cooperating teacher will be in touch with all students to distribute materials and to confirm spring dates and times. Class fee is $425.
  • Home Alone (parents and children ages 8-11)

    Prepare for being home alone ... for a few minutes, several hours or all day. Learn telephone rules, safe use of keys, household safety checks, constructive use of time, healthy snacks and how to deal with home-alone feelings. Fee includes a Home Alone workbook. Parent-child class, one book per registered child.
  • Better than Burnt Toast (ages 6-16)

    Take breakfast up a notch and learn all about breakfast foods! Whip up a few soon-to-be favorites. On the Menu: Dinosaur Egg Breakfast Cups Almond Butter Banana Pancakes Purple Power Protein Smoothie
  • All Irish Lacrosse Family Night (boys, ages 6-15)

    Join varsity players during their high tempo and competitive practice. Youth players will go through dynamic warm ups, learn skills for your individual positions, compete in odd man situations during competition time. Learn the Irish tactics during the full team tactics/scouting session of practice. Be paired with a varsity big brother or big sister during practice. End with Irish Fest competitions in which teams will compete 3 v 3 in mixed aged teams so everyone has a chance to be on a team with a varsity player. The coaches and varsity players would like all Rosemount youth players to attend. They want to have everyone together on the field at the same time to celebrate being a part of the Irish lacrosse family. photo from 2019 All Irish Night
  • Backyard Bug Snacks (ages 6-16)

    Stretch your culinary skills and create edible insects to devour using fruits, vegetables and more. This might be the only time you will be allowed to play with your food! On the menu: Caterpillar Butterfly Lady Bug Snail
  • 25th Annual Eastview Lightning Wrestling Camp (grades 1-9)

    Develop your wrestling skills! Boys and Girls will learn basic fundamentals and skill development while having fun. Develop a controlled and aggressive style of wrestling, learn to compete in a supportive environment, and build "Lightning Pride". This camp is open to all abilities and experience levels.
  • Eagan Wildcat Football – Middle School Team Camp and Youth Skills Camp (grades 3-7)

    Grades 7-8 Eagan Football and Eagan Trained are teaming up!! Come meet many of the coaches, spend some time learning about the weight room and participate in the combine! Football specific drills will be included, while the focus will be on learning how to compete at the high school level. Grades 3-6 Receive quality instruction in football basics with an emphasis on fundamentals and good sportsmanship. In addition to quality instruction from members of the Eagan High School football coaching staff, camp attendees will receive guidance from 2021 Wildcat varsity football players. Participate in age­ appropriate activities focusing on stretching technique and running form, as well as passing, receiving, blocking, tackling, punting and kicking with lots of fun and competitive games. Receive a t-­shirt.
  • Horsemanship Summer Camp (ages 6-15)

    Experience your love for horses! Each day includes riding ... rain or shine. Discover the basics of grooming, saddling, body language, posture, contact and balance to develop independent riding skills. Horses are assigned according to each rider's ability. Bring a nut-free lunch and snack each day. Indoor and outdoor arena and fantastic trails are available. Clothing: Wear long pants and low-heeled boots or laced shoes. Equestrian helmets are required. Bring your own, or one will be provided. Location: Sunnyside Stables, 15400 Emery Ave E, Rosemount (46 East, cross Hwy 52, 1.7 miles and turn left on Emery; driveway is on right before the white fence)
  • Rosemount Girls Basketball Camps (grades K-12)

    Rosemount Girls Basketball Fundamentals Camp (grades K-3) Learn and practice basketball with the Irish! Join Coach Orr, coaching staff and Rosemount High School players for a week of fun and skill building. Learn and improve your basketball skills by participating in games, fundamental skill work and exciting contests. Improve your basketball skills, make new friends and have fun! Receive a t-shirt. Campers should register for RGBASK-K3 Offensive Skills Camp (grades 3-8) Concentrate on shooting, ball handling, passing and 1-on-1 moves! These offensive skills will be emphasized, practiced and developed through drills, 1 v 1 games, 3 v 3 games and other contests. Awards will be included! Receive a t-shirt and individual shooting evaluation. Offensive Skills Campers, should register for RGBASK-38 Triple Threat Club (grades 4-7) Take your game to the next level! A typical session will consist of one hour of skill work and half hour of 1 v 1, 3 v 3, 5 v 5 games and/or team offense/defense concepts. The main focus of the workouts will be on improving individual fundamentals and building team chemistry! Receive a t-shirt. Triple Threat Club Campers, should register for RGBASK-Triple UN-COMMON CLUB SKILL DEVELOPMENT CAMP (grades 8-12): Improve your basketball IQ and skills while building team chemistry! A typical session will consist of one and a half h ours of skill work and half hour of 1 v 1, 3 v 3, 5 v 5 games and/or team offense/defense concepts. The main focus of the workouts will be on improving individual fundamentals and building team chemistry! Receive a t-shirt. Un-Common Club Skill Development Campers, should register for RGBASK-812
  • Do-At-Home Art Kits by Yourself or With Your Friends-June (grades K-5)

    Get creative by yourself or have a party with a group of friends. Learn a new skill and create masterpieces of art in your own house or schedule an online party with your friends with do-it-at-home kits! Each kit contains two projects that will include an easy to follow lesson plan, a link to an online instructional video taught by a Kidcreate Studio art teacher, art materials and additional suggestions for online learning that relate to the art lesson. Order one, three or five kits for your friends or encourage them to purchase their own! Registration deadline June 2. Art kit can be picked up, Tuesday, June 7, 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. or Wednesday, June 8, 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at The District Office East, 15180 Canada Ave, Rosemount Online instruction available 24/7. Suggestion for additional online learning. Each art kit include the following two projects Oops a La Mode Don't you just hate it when you drop your ice cream cone? Learn about the Pop Art Movement and create a super silly ice cream sculpture out of air-dry clay and paint. Garden Collage Spring is in the air. Follow easy step-by-step instructions and create a mixed media collage with a garden theme on a real canvas board.
  • Youth Horseback Group Riding Lessons (ages 4-17)

    No riding experience through advanced riders will enjoy riding one of our many show horses! Choose either Western or English riding. Partnering with the horse and riding with confidence is emphasized during each of the progressive lessons. Cornerstone on the Vermillion was awarded Best Horse Boarding and Training 2021. Location: Cornerstone on the Vermillion Horse Complex, 4650 200th Street East, Hastings
  • Eastview Lightning Girls Basketball Camps (grades K-12)

    Learn new basketball skills while having fun with friends and Eastview High School coaches and players! Focus on learning the fundamental skills to become a strong player. Practice your skills while participating in team contests, a 3 v 3 league and a 5 v 5 league. EVHS staff take great pride and are very excited to work with youth basketball players as they develop the Lightning winning tradition. Participants receive a t-shirt. Breakfast Club High school players, train to improve, while building team chemistry! This summer long camp will provide opportunities to develop your individual skills, team defensive/offensive concepts, and to take part in 1 v 1, 3 v 3, and 5 v 5 games. Participants receive a t-shirt, if registered by May 25. Official dates of workouts will be posted to the Eastview girls basketball website. Offensive Skills Academy (grades 4-8) Dribble, shoot and pass! Join the Eastview girls basketball coaching staff and players to focus on your shooting, passing, ball handling and 1 v 1 moves. Participants receive a t-shirt.
  • Eagan Wildcat Girls Youth Basketball Camp (grades K-12)

    Join Eagan High School girls basketball coaches and varsity players for a great week of basketball! Learn new skills and improve your game by working in stations to practice fundamental skills, as well as participating in fun games, tournaments and contests. Participate in 3 v 3 and 5 v 5 leagues and short tournaments. Campers will gain knowledge about the game in a fun, positive, and competitive environment. Participants receive a t-shirt.
  • Eagan Trained Ground Zero- Speed/Strength Program (Boys and Girls, Grades 6-8)

    The Eagan Trained Ground Zero program focuses on developing the total athlete. Learn how to train like a cat! ET will center on speed/mechanics while making the athlete more mobile. Concentrate on developing a solid base when it comes to lifting techniques through exercises that include bodyweight, MB’s, DB’s, bars, and loaded lifts. Developing great habits on how to train correctly is the key to success.
  • Wildcat Boys Soccer Camp (grades 9-12)

    Looking for a soccer camp that covers all the skill development steps needed to compete? Learn about tactical, technical and mobility soccer elements that are the foundation for superior play. All passing, shooting, ball-handling moves and dynamic play will be covered daily, and explored in small-sided games to ensure the most touches and repetitions on the ball. Receive quality training through age appropriate skills and game play.
  • Irish Skills Academy - Rosemount Boys Basketball (grades K-12)

    Enjoy all aspects of basketball while developing skills and expanding your knowledge of the game! Focus on skill work and training in preparation for competition at the next level. Workouts will focus on improving individual fundamentals (shooting, ball-handling, passing, defense, 1 v 1 move), strength and conditioning, and general basketball knowledge. Players of all levels will benefit.