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  • CE Youth w/Parent Agreement

    Please note that Community Education does not have access to the school health offices, where medications are typically stored, outside of the regular school day. If your child has medication or health needs that may be of concern during participation in this program, you must contact Community Education at 952.226.0080 ASAP to discuss these needs, and required paperwork, ASAP before the program begins.CANCEL/TRANSFER: We MUST receive request no later than 4:00pm, 5 business days prior to the first day of class.POLICIES, PROCEDURES & BEHAVIOR: Community Education (CE) is a program of ISD #719 and follows PLSAS policies and procedures. Registration implies agreement for students and families to adhere to all of the policies and procedures of both CE and ISD#719. Failure to comply with policies, procedures, and behavior expectations WILL result in immediately dismissal from the class without a refund.EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION: I give my consent to an exchange of my students information between CE and other PLSAS staff whenever it may be deemed as beneficial to my student.LIABILITY WAIVER: I give PLSAS & CE staff and instructors permission to take whatever emergency measures deemed necessary for the care and protection of my student during their participation in a CE class. In case of extreme emergency, I understand my student will be transported to the nearest hospital by local emergency unit for treatment as deemed necessary. Any expenses incurred are the responsibility of the parent/guardian. I understand that registration for this class waives all rights and claims for any and all injuries from whatever cause suffered by participation in class-related activities.PUBLICITY PERMISSION: If I do not wish to have my student included in pictures/publicity, I understand that I must contact Kristi Mussman, PLSAS Director of Communications, to obtain the photo opt-out form. In addition, I understand that it is my responsibility to complete and return the form to Kristi Mussman.PERSONAL ITEMS: I understand that CE is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged items.
  • Fencing (Ages 7-10)

    Engage, attack, and advance! Learn or improve your fencing skills, play favorite fencing games and earn arm bands. Safety is our first priority. We supply safety swords, protective masks, chest plates and jackets, in a high-octane, inclusive environment. Become an athlete in the “sport of the intellectual athlete!”
  • Beginning Golf (Ages 5 - 8)

    Focus on the fundamentals of form, chipping, putting, driving and body positioning. To assist in this training, Skyhawks has adopted the SNAG (Starting New At Golf) system to its curriculum. SNAG is specifically designed for the entry-level player; SNAG simplifies instruction so that young players can make an easy and effective transition onto the golf course. All equipment is provided. Please wear appropriate clothing, and bring running shoes.
  • Unreal Game Engine Development (Ages 10-14)

    With Unreal Engine by Epic Games, you will learn real-world game development skills using the same program that the pros and indie game developers use. Use Blueprint, a revolutionary visual scripting language, to develop gameplay mechanics, UI, visual effects, artificial intelligence, and more. Bring a USB drive to save your games.
  • Performance Playhouse (Ages 6-11)

    Get ready to create your own play and perform it in one week! Love to be on stage or create behind the scenes? You’ll feel right at home, working with a fun team to produce a play by the last day. Build new skills, be proud of yourself, and amaze your family and friends with your creativity.
  • Goofy Sports Camp (Ages 5-12) - NEW!

    Start goofing around! Stay active and get silly. Play goofy golf using tennis racquets and balls, a soccer ball, and a hula hoop. Score goofy trick shots using frisbees, trick footballs, and more. Try goofy soccer; its soccer, but with a hula hoop and bean bags. Finish the week with a Goofy Olympic Decathlon; an Olympic type decathlon, but wackier. Stay silly this summer while keeping outside and active!
  • CE Youth Agreement

    Please note that Community Education does not have access to the school health offices, where medications are typically stored, outside of the regular school day. If your child has medication or health needs that may be of concern during participation in this program, you must contact Community Education at 952.226.0080 ASAP to discuss these needs, and required paperwork, ASAP before the program begins.CANCEL/TRANSFER: We MUST receive request no later than 4:00pm, 5 business days prior to the first day of class.ABSENCE: We WILL keep your student for class if we are not notified at #952-226-0080 that they should not attend.LATE PICK-UP: Students MUST be picked up by an authorized pick-up person in the classroom by the end of class, late pick-ups WILL be charged a fee.POLICIES, PROCEDURES & BEHAVIOR: Community Education (CE) is a program of ISD #719 and follows PLSAS policies and procedures. Registration implies agreement for students and families to adhere to all of the policies and procedures of both CE and ISD#719. Failure to comply with policies, procedures, and behavior expectations WILL result in immediately dismissal from the class without a refund.EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION: I give my consent to an exchange of my students information between CE and other PLSAS staff whenever it may be deemed as beneficial to my student.LIABILITY WAIVER: I give PLSAS & CE staff and instructors permission to take whatever emergency measures deemed necessary for the care and protection of my student during their participation in a CE class. In case of extreme emergency, I understand my student will be transported to the nearest hospital by local emergency unit for treatment as deemed necessary. Any expenses incurred are the responsibility of the parent/guardian. I understand that registration for this class waives all rights and claims for any and all injuries from whatever cause suffered by participation in class-related activities.PUBLICITY PERMISSION: If I do not wish to have my student included in pictures/publicity, I understand that I must contact Kristi Mussman, PLSAS Director of Communications, to obtain the photo opt-out form. In addition, I understand that it is my responsibility to complete and return the form to Kristi Mussman.PERSONAL ITEMS: I understand that CE is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged items.
  • CE Teens Agreement

    Please note that Community Education does not have access to the school health offices, where medications are typically stored, outside of the regular school day. If your child has medication or health needs that may be of concern during participation in this program, you must contact Community Education at 952.226.0080 ASAP to discuss these needs, and required paperwork, ASAP before the program begins.CANCEL/TRANSFER: We MUST receive request no later than 4:00pm, 5 business days prior to the first day of class.POLICIES, PROCEDURES & BEHAVIOR: Community Education (CE) is a program of ISD #719 and follows PLSAS policies and procedures. Registration implies agreement for students and families to adhere to all of the policies and procedures of both CE and ISD#719. Failure to comply with policies, procedures, and behavior expectations WILL result in immediately dismissal from the class without a refund.EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION: I give my consent to an exchange of my students information between CE and other PLSAS staff whenever it may be deemed as beneficial to my student.LIABILITY WAIVER: I give PLSAS & CE staff and instructors permission to take whatever emergency measures deemed necessary for the care and protection of my student during their participation in a CE class. In case of extreme emergency, I understand my student will be transported to the nearest hospital by local emergency unit for treatment as deemed necessary. Any expenses incurred are the responsibility of the parent/guardian. I understand that registration for this class waives all rights and claims for any and all injuries from whatever cause suffered by participation in class-related activities.PUBLICITY PERMISSION: If I do not wish to have my student included in pictures/publicity, I understand that I must contact Kristi Mussman, PLSAS Director of Communications, to obtain the photo opt-out form. In addition, I understand that it is my responsibility to complete and return the form to Kristi Mussman.PERSONAL ITEMS: I understand that CE is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged items.
  • Fencing (Ages 11-15)

    Engage, attack, and advance! Learn or improve your fencing skills, play favorite fencing games and earn arm bands. Safety is our first priority. We supply safety swords, protective masks, chest plates and jackets, in a high-octane, inclusive environment. Become an athlete in the “sport of the intellectual athlete!”
  • Flag Football (Ages 6-12)

    Flag Football is the perfect introduction to “America’s Game.” Learn skills on both sides of the football including the core components of passing, catching, and defense – all presented in a fun and positive environment. The week ends with the Skyhawks Super Bowl, giving you a chance to showcase your skills on the gridiron! Please bring appropriate clothing.
  • F.A.S.T. Kids Staying Safe at Home (Ages 7-10)

    CLASS FULL, PLEASE REGISTER FOR WAIT LIST AS WE MAY ADD ANOTHER SECTION.First Aid and Safety Trained Kids covers basic first aid, water safety, vehicle safety, home emergencies, injury prevention, personal safety and healthy living. This course helps prepare children for staying at home alone. Receive a book and construct a home first aid kit.
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  • Weave and Braid (Ages 7-11) - NEW!

    Weave your way through camp and braid new skills with old favorites as you create potholders and bracelets. Loop in the yarn to create with straws and weaving looms. By the end of this class you’ll be a weaver extraordinaire!
  • Build a Solar Powered Drone (Ages 8-12) - NEW!

    Up, up and away! Enjoy fun, remote-control drones charged from solar power. Build your own mini solar powered drone and charging station. When your drones run out of juice, it can charge anywhere outdoors with the solar charging station. Let summer drone away as you build using real life tools such as a solder iron, drills, etc. After building, drone challenges will be held.
  • STEM Squad: Concoctions and inventions (Ages 5-8) NEW!

    Are you ready to have a messy fun summer? Explore chemical reactions in a super fun, slimy way as you create all kinds of ooey gooey, sticky, bouncy, slimly mixtures. Be challenged to solve fun engineering problems and so much more. All the mess stays behind, while fun memories and learning go home!
  • Speech Camp (Ages 12-15)

    Speak up! PLHS Speech Team hosts camp for future speech hopefuls. Improve your public speaking abilities by focusing on the art of persuasion, displaying emotion and acting skills. Choose a speech or learn to research and write your own speech. Current Speech Team members will help you choreograph and learn blocking techniques to add finishing touches. The last day of this camp will offer a showcase parents are welcome to attend. Proceeds benefit PLHS Speech Team. No discounts.
  • Camp Kindergarten (Ages 4-5)

    CLASS FULL, PLEASE REGISTER FOR WAIT LIST AS WE MAY ADD ANOTHER SECTION.Be more prepared for kindergarten! Experience a glimpse of kindergarten through summer camp. Activities will balance play and learning, and may include trying out the routine, exploring the outdoor learning sites and inside classrooms/pods and playground, getting to know each other through games, practice sitting and following directions, student initiated activities, access to maker spaces and/or technology and innovation opportunities, and more. This program is designed for students that will enter kindergarten in Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools in September 2019. Please bring a beverage and a nut-free snack each day.
  • Code Championship U13 Bootcamp (Ages 9-13) NEW!

    Compete in code. Code is sport, just like gymnastics, dance, or basketball. Competitive coding pushes us to be great. Build a computer bot to play head-to-head against other coders! You will be divided into groups based on age for competitive and fair play. This weeklong boot camp is the perfect way to explore the competitive coding world of Code Championship. No previous coding experience necessary. Please come knowing how to navigate the internet (basic typing and mouse control) and a passion to work hard and have fun!
  • Disc Golf (Ages 8-15) - NEW!

    This camp is designed to introduce the young athlete to the sport of disc golf through skill development and small group games. Learn the rules of disc golf, types of discs, types of shots and types of grips while learning the strategies of the game. Please bring a water bottle, sunscreen, snack and a great attitude!
  • Bake Your Cake & Eat it Too! (Ages 10 - 18)

    Everyone loves cakes and cupcakes! Learn how to bake your own small cakes and cupcakes, make your own buttercream frosting and fill your frosting bags, fitted with frosting tips. Decorate various fun designs for different special occasions. Try your hand at some fondant work to create a variety of adorable small cakes and cupcakes! Bring your decorating ideas to camp! Learn the art of cake decorating right from a professional cake decorator. Each day you will go home with your decorated creations. Decide as a group what you want to learn. Cupcake Wars, here you come! Please bring your own apron.
  • Floor Hockey (Ages 6-9)

    During this fast paced camp, learn about stick handling, passing and shooting as well as team drills. Offense and defensive fundamentals will be taught, along with scrimmage related activities each day. Develop endurance, coordination and speed. Skyhawks will provide all equipment including sticks and goggles.
  • Chess (Ages 5-14)

    Challenge yourself! Play chess! Exercise your brain! This is an excellent opportunity to develop better chess skills! In addition to playing chess in a relaxed, friendly setting, campers will also get to play a variety of other enjoyable board games, puzzles and sport activities. Medals, chess sets and other chess prizes - everyone’s a winner!
  • Art in Espanol (Ages 6-10)

    Come practice your Spanish and explore the messier side of arts and crafts in this fun-filled craft workshop. Roll up your sleeves and make a mess as you build castles, make crafts and mix up some slimy, gooey creations. This class is taught in Spanish and is ideal for students attending LODL or other students who speak Spanish.
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  • Watch Me Sparkle! (Ages 6-12) - NEW!

    Warning! Warning! It's glitter galore! You will sparkle as you create a sparkly mermaid tail, paint a unicorn, and sculpt a mermaid cupcake, and more! Create and take home a sparkly new project each day. Let’s get sparkly!
  • Horse Camp (Ages 6-12)

    Horse crazy? Learn to care for horses and enjoy an introduction to riding a horse. Each day there will be a horse related activity along with a craft and game. Horseback riding is a sport that can be enjoyed year round and throughout your life. Fee includes a snack each day and all craft supplies. Additional items, such as photos, and camp t-shirts will be available for sale at camp. All participants must submit a waiver, signed by a parent or guardian prior to camp.