Become a farmer at Gale Woods! Feed farm animals and explore the pastures. Tend to the vegetable and flower gardens, and harvest and cook with farm produce. Make crafts using a variety of resources found at the farm. Transportation will be provided to and from Gale Woods Farm. The bus will leave Jonathan Elementary at 8:30 AM each morning and return at approximately 12:30 PM. Students should bring a water bottle, bug spray, sunscreen and a peanut free bag lunch as we will eat at the farm after camp each day.
21st Century Skills: Health; Learning and Innovation Skills; Life and Career Skills
Did you know that 95% of all species on Earth are insects? Learn cool facts about bugs while creating a bug filled snow globe.
Please pack a nut free snack and drink for your child.
Community Education, in collaboration with Safeway Driving School, offers students ages 14½ and older the opportunity to participate in classroom instruction to prepare them for the MN permit test. All instructors are licensed by the MN Department of Public Safety.
Behind-the-wheel registration and instruction must be set up with Safeway Driving School, 651.351.9150, www.safewaydrivingschool.com. The cost is $150 and is payable to Safeway at the lessons.
Classroom instruction prepares the student to take the Minnesota permit test and begin the responsibility of driving. The 30 hours of classroom is structured into 10 independent lessons. Students must be on time for all classes. Riding the district activity bus may not ensure timely arrival so alternative arrangements should be made. If a student misses a lesson, they can make up that exact lesson number at the next session or at one of Safeway’s other locations. After class is completed, students that are 15 years old are eligible to take their permit test at any Minnesota exam center. Students can take the class at age 14½ but cannot take their permit test until age 15.
Parent involvement is required to produce safe, responsible teen drivers. It is critical that parents plan to practice regularly with their new student drivers. Safeway offers detailed information on its web site to assist parents with understanding Minnesota laws and requirements for student drivers. Safeway strongly encourages parents to review its parent information, attend a Parent Class or watch the online Parent Class videos at www.safewaydrivingschool.com.
Behind-the-wheel registration and instruction must be directly set up with Safeway Driving School, 651.351.9150,www.safewaydrivingschool.com. The cost is $150 and is payable to Safeway at the lessons. Includes six hours of driving in three, two-hour private lessons. All driving is done in a real car on actual city streets, highways and freeways with a responsible, licensed Safeway instructor. Safeway recommends students take their first lesson 6-8 weeks after receiving their permit. The lessons should be a minimum of 30 days apart to allow for practice driving. The lessons can be completed up to one year after completing classroom. Scheduling is offered online for 24/7 convenience. All of Safeway’s cars are white with identical graphics, so parents and students are confident that it is a Safeway car picking up the student for a lesson. Students can get picked up for their behind-the-wheel lesson from home, school or work.
Glitter and slime are oh so fine! Come explore the messier side of art in this fun-filled class. We will roll up our sleeves and make a mess as we mix up a batch of glitter slime and create an oh-so-silly jar to store it in. Making a mess is the best, especially when you leave the mess with us! Please pack a nut free snack and drink for your child.
Yes, we CAN learn about Robotics! With the LEGO® WeDo Robotics System, young children can build and program their robotic creations. Designed by the experts at MIT, this unique system teaches children about simple machines, engineering programming and so much more. Young imaginations soar! The LEGO® Education WeDo® Robotics Builder, allows students to explore different Robotic Themes. Possible models may include Dancing Birds, Hungry Alligator Robot, Goal Kicker Robot, Rescue Plane, and a Smart Spinner Robot. Students working in teams will work with simple machines, program models they design and create, measure time and distance, write, and much more! Your students will build LEGO models featuring working motors, tilt sensors, motion detectors, and Lego USB Robotics Hub. Please bring a drink & peanut free snack daily.
This t-ball, basketball, and soccer program gives children a fun and positive first step into athletics. Through games and activities, campers explore balance, hand/eye coordination, and skill development at their own pace. Skyhawks will provide all necessary equipment for program. Participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award.
21st Century Skills: Health, Life and Career Skills
For engineers and builders ready for a challenge using LEGO® bricks!We’ve saved our most challenging engineering projects for this summer camp.Students build a robotic DogBot, a motorized BugBot, geared up Racer and a scary Bat…all challenging for any connoisseur of LEGO® bricks.Students then use these projects (and more) to investigate engineering concepts. We keep it fun too with open ended, creative projects for the students.Unshackle the ball and chain of summer brain drain.Sign up today.Visit YouthEnrichmentLeague.com for sample pictures and more details.
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