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  • CE Procedures Youth/Teens

    Thank you for registering your child for a Community Education Class. Please be aware of the following which pertain to youth classes.CANCEL/TRANSFER: We MUST receive request no later than 4:00 pm, 5 business days prior to the first day of class. Provide an accessible daytime phone number and an additional emergency contact.Drop off and pick up your child in the classroom on time each session. Late pick up fees will apply. An adult signature is required when picking-up students age 10 and under following a Community Education (CE) program. Adults should report to program location, must be listed as an “Emergency Contact” or “anyone other than a parent picking-up child”, and must physically sign-out the student after each class.Children 11 and older do not need to be signed out.Inform the instructor AND a CE staff person of any allergies, special needs, or behavioral concerns. Please note that 1:1 accommodations typically cannot be made for CE programs. CE does not have immediate access to all students records. Additional copies of current forms such as Emergency Action Plans, Behavior Improvement Plans, and Medication Authorization forms, may be required prior to program participation.The behavior of students is expected to be appropriate for the class learning environment. We reserve the right to dismiss students immediately, without a refund, when behavior is not appropriate or jeopardizes anyone's safety. •
  • CE Procedures Teens/N&W

    Thank you for registering your child for a Community Education Class. Please be aware of the following which pertain to your classes.CANCEL/TRANSFER: We MUST receive request no later than 4:00 pm, 5 business days prior to the first day of class. Students expelled/suspended will NOT be allowed at participate in class.BEHAVIOR: If student behavior is not appropriate parents/guardians will be contacted and students WILL be dismissed immediately without a refund.
  • TICKETS for Middle School Musical - Mary Poppins JR

    Step 1. Go to this site - https://tix5.centerstageticketing.com/sites/priorlakehighschool/customer.phpStep 2. Create an account if new this this site. Fill in all required info. Your email address will be the only info you will need to enter on future orders.Step 3. Once account is created, continue to list of shows. The Site may ask you to do this twice only to verify who you are.Step 4. Select the event you wish to attend by clicking on the Green Purchase buttonStep 5. Select the performance you wish to attend by clicking on the Green Purchase buttonStep 6. Select seats by clicking on white boxes. Once selected they will become a black dot and then click on Green Continue buttonStep 7. Edit the number of tickets to be either Adult or Student and click on Green Continue buttonStep 8. Is the Shopping Cart where you can add tickets for additional events or performances Step 9. Scroll down Shopping Cart Screen to select Ticket Delivery Method and check the Terms & Conditions box followed by the Finalize Reservation button.**You will receive an emailed receipt shortly after completing the purchase and a ticketed format at the bottom that they can choose to print off or show at the door. You will not need to stand in a line upon arrival of the theater. It is recommended that all members of the party be present when showing electronic tickets to the Usher. Distribution of the tickets is the responsibility of the ticket buyer. Purchasing Tickets at the door with cash will be available but not with Credit Cards at this time. We will select the next best seat available if buying at the door to keep the line moving. Please be precise with the number of tickets you order and the performances you are purchasing for. If you choose the Will Call Option, we will have a table set up with your tickets in an envelope. You will need to provide proof of purchase. If you are buying for someone other than yourself and using Will Call, please include their name in the Remarks Box. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Dave Tuma at dtuma@priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us and I will respond as soon as I can.
  • CE Procedures Youth

    Thank you for registering your child for a Community Education Class. Please be aware of the following which pertain to youth classes.CANCEL/TRANSFER: We MUST receive request no later than 4:00 pm, 5 business days prior to the first day of class. ABSENCE: We WILL keep students for class if we are not notified at #952-226-0080 that they should not attend.BEHAVIOR: If student behavior is not appropriate parents/guardians will be contacted and students MUST be picked-up immediately without a refund.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.
  • Music Together (Ages Newborn - 6 Years with Adult)

    Sing, dance, play, learn! Music Together is an award-winning, internationally acclaimed music and movement class for infants, toddlers, preschoolers—and the grown-ups who love them. Classes are mixed-age so siblings can attend together. Receive a CD, a code to download the music, an illustrated songbook and parent education materials. Infants under eight months attend free with paid sibling. Free trial classes are offered on Dec. 10th & 13th and again in the Spring. Parent contact info will be shared with Music Together. *A Mandatory $43.00 materials fee will be collected on the first day of class. No discounts.
  • Middle School Voice Lessons (6 - 8th Grade)

    Receive individual voice lessons with a licensed teacher and choir director. Please select from available 30 minute lesson times when you register at www.priorlakesavagece.com.
  • Tae Kwon Do Karate (Ages 5+)

    In this class, you’ll learn the basics and advance through the program based on skill level. You’ll learn to apply attributes such as respect, self-control and discipline to your daily activities while learning self-defense and how to avoid becoming a victim. The instructor moves quickly, so plan to attend all sessions. Younger students and those who may require additional guidance or help following instructions should be accompanied by an adult (at no extra charge). You will be invited to test for different belt levels when the instructor feels you can succeed. Testing is optional and requires an additional fee of approximately $40.*Section #6504A is most appropriate for younger (5-6 years) and/or new students. Section #6504B is most appropriate for older (7+ years) beginners, or those with some experience. *Register for the full year in Fall and save! Visit our website for full calendar.
  • 18-19 High School Voice Lessons with Daniel Greco

    These lessons are for PLHS Students in choir. Schedule your voice lessons with Daniel Greco prior to registering by emailing dgreco.daniel@gmail.com or calling 507.403.9989. Any lesson missed without 24-hour prior notice is forfeited and no make-up lesson will be available. In the event of an emergency, all efforts will be made to reschedule in a timely manner. 
  • 18-19 High School Voice Lessons with Melissa Culloton

    These lessons are for PLHS Students in choir. Schedule your voice lessons with Melissa Culloton prior to registering by calling 952.457.4845. Any lesson missed without 24-hour prior notice is forfeited and no make-up lesson will be available. In the event of an emergency, all efforts will be made to reschedule in a timely manner. 
  • Chess (K - 5th Grade)

    Want to amaze your friends and impress your opponents? Increase your IQ while having fun playing chess and competing for various prizes. Competitive chess tournaments are scheduled once a year and you can play for real chess trophies! All chess levels are welcome. Tournaments outside of class time are not sponsored by Community Education. All equipment is provided for Chess Club.
  • Yoga & Fitness (K - 5th Grade)

    Tackle obstacle courses, ultimate yoga challenges, and other fitness activities. Develop greater awareness of both body, mind wellness and breath. Practice different poses to have fun. Be happy, positive, respectful, give love and kindness through spirit lifting learning sessions with meditation. Learn healthy eating habits, positive attitudes, self-confidence, staying active, safety, sportsmanship, teamwork, decisions making, better focus, energy, emotional control, and social awareness; useful in class and beyond.
  • Fencing (2nd - 5th Grade)

    Get pumped and prepped for the Spring Metro Fencing Championship. This is a great program for beginning and returning students. New students get introduced to a pulse-pounding sport while returning students continue their study through progressive curriculum. Safety is our first priority. We supply safety swords, protective masks, chest plates and jackets, in a high-octane, inclusive environment. Participation in the Spring Metro Fencing Championship is optional. It does require a separate registration and fee. Tournaments are not sponsored by Community Education and transportation is the parents’ responsibility.
  • Fencing (6th - 12th Grade)

    Get pumped and prepped for the Spring Metro Fencing Championship. This is a great program for beginning and returning students. New students get introduced to a pulse-pounding sport while returning students continue their study through progressive curriculum. Safety is our first priority. We supply safety swords, protective masks, chest plates and jackets, in a high-octane, inclusive environment. Participation in the Spring Metro Fencing Championship is optional. It does require a separate registration and fee. Tournaments are not sponsored by Community Education and transportation is the parents’ responsibility.
  • You Can Be a Writer: Puedes Ser un Escritor (3rd - 4th grade)

    Writing is always right! Choose a topic and write your heart out. Get published in the “Explora el Mundo” online magazine for kids. This class is taught in Spanish and is ideal for students attending LODL, or other students who speak Spanish. LODL students will be escorted over to WestWood by a CE staff member.
  • Natural Leaders (4th - 5th Grade) - NEW!

    Does exploring come natural to you? Stick to it! Assist Ms. Anna on leading younger Nature Enthusiasts through the JP environmental spaces. Help the younger kids find those hidden treasures buried beneath the leaves or snow. Discover all nature has to offer. Dress for the weather!
  • Nature Enthusiasts (K - 3rd Grade)

    Explore the ELC with Jeffers Pond Teacher, Anna Dutke! You will have hands on experiences through a variety of nature activities. No two explorations are ever the same! Winter sessions may include snowshoeing, snow fort building, animal tracks & signs and outdoor cooking. Spring session may include fishing, aquatic life study, boat building with natural materials, and birding. Where will your explorations take you? Dress for the weather!
  • Little Stars Tennis (Ages 4 - 6)

    The quickstart format to these programs, along with the Carlson Tennis teaching methods, get you playing quickly. Please bring an age appropriate racket. Rackets will be available for class use if you do not have one. Tennis participants may be invited to compete in tournaments outside of Tennis sessions. These competitions are not necessarily sponsored by Community Education, and additional fees may apply.Little Stars (Ages 4-6)Agility, balance, and coordination are emphasized. Movement and tracking skills give you the ability to properly handle a racquet and ball. Fun and success are the goals!
  • Rising Stars Tennis (Ages 7 - 8)

    The quickstart format to these programs, along with the Carlson Tennis teaching methods, get you playing quickly. Please bring an age appropriate racket. Rackets will be available for class use if you do not have one. Tennis participants may be invited to compete in tournaments outside of Tennis sessions. These competitions are not necessarily sponsored by Community Education, and additional fees may apply.Rising Stars (Ages 7-8)The goal of this class is control. Enjoy playing games and rallying the ball back and forth while working on tennis skills. The goal is for you to be able to play games by rallying by the 2nd lesson. The final day is full of games and competitions.
  • Future Stars Tennis (Ages 9 - 11)

    The quickstart format to these programs, along with the Carlson Tennis teaching methods, get you playing quickly. Please bring an age appropriate racket. Rackets will be available for class use if you do not have one. Tennis participants may be invited to compete in tournaments outside of Tennis sessions. These competitions are not necessarily sponsored by Community Education, and additional fees may apply.Some Future Stars are still new to the game, however everyone will be rallying from the first day. The emphasis is to get you to rally the ball and understand the fundamentals of the forehand and backhand groundstrokes, volleys, and serve.
  • Yoga and Fitness (K - 5th Grade)

    Tackle obstacle courses, ultimate yoga challenges, and other fitness activities. Develop greater awareness of both body, mind wellness and breath. Practice different poses to have fun. Be happy, positive, respectful, give love and kindness through spirit lifting learning sessions with meditation. Learn healthy eating habits, positive attitudes, self-confidence, staying active, safety, sportsmanship, teamwork, decisions making, better focus, energy, emotional control, and social awareness; useful in class and beyond.
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  • F.A.S.T. Kids Staying Safe While Home Alone (Ages 7 - 10)

    Persuade your parents you’re ready to stay home! First Aid and Safety Trained Kids is a 6-hour course that helps prepare children for staying at home alone. Lessons cover basic first aid, water safety, vehicle safety, home emergencies, injury prevention, personal safety and healthy living. Receive a book and construct a home first aid kit. Are you ready for the responsibility?
  • Robotics Adventures (K - 3rd Grade)

    Mini mobilizers! Use the LEGO® WeDo Robotics System to build and program robotic creations. Designed by the experts at MIT, this unique system teaches simple machines, engineering, programming and so much more. Young imaginations soar! Work in teams with simple machines, design and create, measure time and distance, write, and much more!
  • Prepare for the ACT (11th Grade)

    Dive deep into each section of the ACT (Reading, Science, Math, English, and Writing), learning not only general strategies but also specific tips and tricks to help you ace the ACT. Make your first ACT your best possible ACT. Taught by an expert tutor who scored in the top 1% on the ACT, you’ll work through this industry-leading curriculum to help you prepare for the big exam. Class meets on Mondays, and included practice tests are held on Saturdays.
  • Advanced Scratch Video Games (2nd - 5th Grade) - NEW!

    Advance to the next level! Review and learn intermediate and advanced video game design techniques. Use Scratch® to code your own video games, such as maze runner or asteroid smash. Write your own video game code, experiment with it and test new options. Students should have prior experience coding with Scratch®.STEM Video Game Enrichment for the 21st Century learner. 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 anytime. Prerequisites: Students should either 1) have taken a previous Junior Coding class (Video Games or Storytelling); or 2) have prior experience coding with Scratch®.