NICOLET recreation department 2020 - Nicolet High School

 
NICOLET recreation department 2020 - Nicolet High School
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                nICOLET
                recreation department
                   Toddlers | Youth | Teens | Adults | senior adults

proudly serving the communities of Bayside, Fox Point, Glendale and River Hills

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nicolet recreation department                                                 PHone: (414) 351-7566
6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd.			                                                   Fax: (414) 351-4053
Glendale, WI 53217			                                                         www.nicolet.us /activities/recreation.cfm

    online registration: https://web2.vermontsystems.com/nicolet.html

                                Hours Of Operation                                                                              District Administrator
                Monday			                  7:00am - 4:00pm                                                                   Greg Kabara, EdD
                Tuesday			                 7:00am - 4:00pm
                Wednesday		                7:00am - 4:00pm
                Thursday		                 7:00am - 4:00pm                                                                    NHS District School Board
                Friday			                  7:00am - 4:00pm                                                                   Ellen Redeker, President
                Closed for public holidays                                                                                   Libby Gutterman, Vice-President
                                                                                                                             Theresa Seem, Treasurer
                                                                                                                             Leigh Wallace Tabak, Clerk
                                                                                                                             Marilyn Franklin, Member

                              Community Contacts
                Glendale Little League Baseball                                                                                   Nicolet Recreation
                www.glendalelittleleague.com
                                                                                                                                  Department Staff
                Just Drive - Driver’s Education                                                                   Kirk Krychowiak, Director
                www.justdrivewi.com                                                                               Nate Brooks, Assistant Director
                                                                                                                  Al Bell, Administrative Assistant
                North Shore Library                                                                               Cindy Schlidt, Aquatics Coordinator
                www.mcfls.org/northshorelibrary                                                                   Caleb Franklin, Recreation Supervisor

                                                                                                                                 Nicolet Recreation
                              - Mission Statement -                                                                              Advisory Committee
                                                                                                                    Inger Wilkerson, Chairperson
                The Nicolet Recreation Department                                                                   Lisa Vondra, Vice-Chairperson
                provides recreational and lifelong                                                                  Mario Angeli
                learning opportunities for Nicolet area                                                             Bill Boppre
                residents and surrounding communities                                                               Marilyn Franklin
                in an effort to enhance physical and intel-                                                         Carolyn Landwehr
                lectual well-being for ALL.                                                                         Art Sonnenschein

                                                                              We are a proud member of:

                                                                                  National Recreation and Park Association
Southeast Park Recreation Council   Wisconsin Park & Recreation Association                                                          United States Tennis Association   Amateur Softball Association
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Nicolet Recreation Department Bulletin of Programs                                                             Table of Contents
November 2019
Published three (3) times yearly: March, July, November                                                Adult Enrichment		                        39-49
Volume 11 (2020), Issue 1                                                                              Adult Fitness 		50-53
Nicolet High School District
6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd.                                                                               Adult Sports 			55
Glendale, WI 53217                                                                                     Advertising Opportunities 65
                                                                                                       American Red Cross		                      9-10
Registration Is Easy
Residents and non-residents can register in five hassle-free ways. The Nicolet                         Aquatics			6-8
Recreation Department welcomes ONLINE, mail-in, fax-in, walk-in, and drop                              Birthday Parties		 20
box (south driveway of campus). Remember to register early as cancellations
may occur due to low enrollment. We welcome cash, check, Visa and Master                               Registration Form 		                      64
Card debit/credit cards.                                                                               NHS Athletic Schedules                    61-63
                                                                                                       Senior Adults			57-60
Cooperative Programs
If you see this logo 		                it indicates we are offering co-op                              Teens				36-38
programs with other area recreation departments. By working with other                                 Toddlers			12-13
departments, we are able to better serve you.
                                                                                                       Youth Enrichment                          15-19
New Programs                                                                                           Youth Sports 		22-35
If you see this logo           it indicates we are offering this program for the
very first time. Please contact us if you would like to offer a new program with
the recreation department. We are always looking for new program ideas.

A Special Note of Thanks
Thank you to the School Districts of Glendale-River Hills, Fox Point-Bayside and Maple Dale-Indian Hill for providing facilities in
which to hold our recreational programs; to our dedicated Nicolet Recreation Advisory Committee; to our staff; and to you, the
community for your continued support of the Nicolet Recreation Department. Also, we offer a special thank you to Laura Andreotti,
Kaela Buraczewski, Jim Beckmann, Don Bruening, Tracy Gerharz, Ron Jaggard, Suzette Broennimann, Carrie Strassburg, and Patti
DeGraff for their assistance with recreation programs at Parkway, Glen Hills, Indian Hill, Maple Dale, Stormonth, and Bayside schools.

                                                      FALL REGISTRATION INFORMATION
  •     Online registration begins Monday, December 2.
  •     All other forms of registration (mail-in, fax, walk-in, & drop box) begins on Monday, December 16.
Weekend and Evening Recreation Activities
Please enter Nicolet High School through the              Dear Nicolet High School Community Member,

North Entrance located near the Tennis Courts.            The Nicolet Recreation Department invites you to participate in our extensive
Weather Cancellations                                     program offerings. As you page through our bulletin you will find a total of 139
                                                          different programs for the Winter/Spring which includes 22 brand new programs!
The Nicolet Recreation Department utilizes our            There is truly something for everyone as we have programs for toddlers, youths,
facebook page to better serve our recreational sport      teens, adults, and senior adults. For your convenience, we have activities at 20 dif-
                                                          ferent locations. We hope you will take advantage of the numerous activities offered
organizations when inclement weather happens.
                                                          and enjoy your involvement in them! Also, I would like to introduce our new Recreation Supervisor,
Please visit the following link for updates:              Caleb Franklin. More information about Caleb can be found on page 34. Welcome Caleb!
https://www.facebook.com/NicoletRecDept
                                                          Yours in recreation,
The Nicolet Recreation Department makes every
effort to reschedule a cancelled class due to weather
                                                          Nathan M. Brooks
                                                          Nate Brooks, Assistant Recreation Director
conditions. If a class cannot be rescheduled we do not
refund for cancelled classes due to weather conditions.
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Nicolet High School News
      Nicolet High School is an award-winning, four-year college preparatory public high school with a richly diverse demographic located in
      Glendale, Wis. The Nicolet learning community is dedicated to accelerating achievement for every student, in every classroom, every day.

      seven nicolet seniors named 2020 national
      merit scholarship prograM SEMIFINIALIST
      Seven Nicolet High School seniors have been recognized
      as semifinalists in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship
      Program. Miah Bohlen, Zachary Godkin, Gabriel Guralnick,
      Ella Hardin, Mia Lee, Savir Maskara, and Ryan Mortonson
      will continue to compete for the Merit Scholar title.

      MIAH BOHLEN      ZACH GODKIN      GABE GURALNICK
                                                                        raiders stadium grand opening at
                                                                        maslowski park
                                                                        Nicolet, MSOE, and the City of Glendale celebrated the ribbon cutting on
                                                                        Saturday, October 5th at Raider Stadium, the new home of MSOE and Nicolet
                                                                        baseball. This stadium is a state of the art facility that can host little league
                                                                        through NCAA baseball and softball. Final touches will be put on the stadium
ns!   ELLA HARDIN      MIA LEE           SAVIR MASKARA                  this fall and we will host our first practice and game this spring.

                         Congrulations!

      RYAN MORTONSON

                   WELCOME NEW STAFF

                                                                        GENEROUSITY FEEDS                                           photo by Wyatt Chang, Senior

                                                                        On October 12th, over 300 student and community volunteers joined
                                                                        the Nicolet World Language Department in preparing and packing
                                                                        12,000 meals for local children. Generousity Feeds is a national
                                                                        organization that supports local families in need.

                                    Watch your mailbox for District Newsletters highlighting students and faculty accomplishments.
                                    Visit www.nicolet.us for news and information.
                                    Follow Nicolet High School on social Media                     /nicolethighschool       @nicoletknights
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Class & Requirement Description

 Parent /Child Level 1
 Familiarize children between the ages of 6 months and 3 ½ years of age with the water and teach swimming readiness. Provide safety information for parents and teach
 techniques parents can use to orient their children to the water. Parent must accompany every child to each class in the water.

 Parent/Child Level 2
 Improve skills learned in Parent & Child Level 1 and teach more advanced skills. Continue to build on water safety knowledge. Child must have reached a comfort level with
 skills. Parent must accompany every child to each class in the water.

  Preschool Aquatics Level 1
 Familiarize children between the ages of 3 ½ and 5 years old to the aquatic environment and help them acquire rudimentary basic aquatic skills. Help participants begin to
 develop positive attitudes and safe practices in and around the water. Child must be at least 3 ½ years old by the first day of class.

 Preschool Aquatics Level 2
 Build on and improve skills learned in Preschool Aquatics Level 1. Increase knowledge of water safety topics introduced in Preschool Aquatics Level 1. Must have successful
 demonstration of all Preschool exit skills assessment prior to this level. Enter independently, using either the steps or side of pool, travel at least 5 yards, submerge mouth
 and blow bubbles for at least 3 seconds, then safely exit the water. While in shallow water, glide on front at least 2 body lengths, then roll to back and float on back for 3
 seconds, then recover to a vertical position. Using alternation arm and leg action swim 2 body lengths on front and back. Using simultaneous leg and arm action swim 2
 body lengths on front and back.

 Preschool Aquatics Level 3
 Increase proficiency and build on the basic aquatic skills learned in Preschool Aquatics Level 2. Successful demonstration of the Preschool Aquatics Level 2 skills assessment.
 Glide on front for at least 2 body lengths, roll to back, float on back for 15 seconds, then recover to a vertical position. Glide on back for at least 2 body lengths, roll to front,
 then recover to a vertical position. Swim using combined arm and leg actions on font for at least 3 body lengths, roll to back, float for 15 seconds, roll to front, then contin-
 ue swimming on front for at least 3 body lengths. Upon completion a skill assessment will be made as to which School Age level the child should be placed.

 School Age Level 1
 Orient participants ages 6 years and up to the aquatic environment and help them gain basic aquatic skills. Help participants begin to develop positive attitudes and safe
 practices around the water. Participants must be at least 6 years old.

 School Age Level 2
 Build on the basic aquatic skills and water safety skills and concepts learned in Level 1. Successful demonstration of the School Age Level 2 exit skills assessment. Enter
 independently, using either steps or side, travel at least 5 yards, bob 5 times, then safely exit the water. Glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to a back float for 5 sec-
 onds, then recover to a vertical position. Alternating leg and arm action on front and back for 2 body lengths. Simultaneous arm and leg action on front and back for 2 body
 lengths.

 School Age Level 3
 Build on the basic aquatic skills and water safety skills and concepts learned in Level 1. Successful demonstration of the School Age Level 2 exit skills assessment. Step from
 the side into chest-deep water, push off the bottom, move into a treading or floating position for at least 15 seconds, swim on front and /or back for at least 5 body lengths,
 then exit the water. Move into a back float for 15 seconds, roll to front, then recover to a vertical position. Push off and swim using combined arm and leg actions on front
 for 5 body lengths, roll to back, float for 15 seconds, roll to the front, then continue swimming for at least 5 body lengths.

 School Age Level 4
 Improve participant proficiency in performing the swimming strokes that were introduced in Level 3, successful demonstration of Level 3 exit skills assessment. Perform
 front crawl with breathing, back crawl with bent elbow push, sidestroke, elementary back, and whip kick on stomach as in breaststroke. Jump into deep water from the
 side, recover to the surface, maintain position by treading for 1 minute, rotate on full turn, then turn as necessary to orient to the exit point, level off, swim front crawl and
 or elementary backstroke for 25 yards, then exit the water. Push off in a streamlined position, then swim front crawl for 15 yards, change position and direction as necessary,
 swim elementary backstroke for 15 yards, then exit the water.

 School Age Level 5
 Help participants refine their performance of all six swimming strokes previously listed. Successful demonstration of the School Age Level 4 exit skills assessment. Perform
 a feet first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 yards, change direction and position as necessary and swim elementary backstroke for 25 yards. Swim breaststroke
 for 15 yards, change direction and position as necessary and swim back crawl for 15 yards. Submerge and swim a distance of 3 to 5 body lengths underwater without
 hyperventilating, return to the surface, then exit the water. Swim 25 yards butterfly, sidestroke, front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke and elementary back.

 School Age Level 6 (Swimming and skill proficiency, Personal water safety, fundamentals of diving, and fitness swimmer)
 Refine strokes so participants swim them with greater efficiency and effectiveness over longer distances. Teach participants how to prevent aquatic emergencies in various
 aquatic environments and to introduce and practice self –rescue techniques. Teach fundamental diving skills. Successful demonstration of School Age Level 5 exit skills
 assessment. Swim 25 yards butterfly, sidestroke, front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke and elementary back. Perform a shallow-angle dive into deep water at least 9 feet
 deep, swim front crawl for 50 yards, the swim elementary backstroke for 50 yards using appropriate and efficient turning styles throughout. Swim breaststroke for 25 yards,
 change direction of travel as necessary and then swim back crawl for 25 yards using appropriate and efficient turning styles throughout.

 Special Needs-All ages
 This class provides children with special concerns swimming skills to meet their special circumstances with a parent. Parent must provide all locker room care and in pool
 water assistance. Instructor will teach parents the skills to assist their child.

 Teen/Adult Swim Learning the Basics
 Help participants gain basic aquatic skills and swimming strokes. Teach skills and concepts needed to stay safe in and around water and to help themselves or others in an
 aquatic emergency. Must be at least 13 years old to participate.
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                     A l l S w i m L e s s o n s Ta k e P l a c e A t G l e n H i l l s M i d d l e S c h o o l
Level			Date					Day		Time			Program#
School Age Level 4, 5, 6       January 7 - February 25			                                Tuesdays		      4:00 - 4:45pm		                 215010-01
School Age Level 1, 2          January 7 - February 25			                                Tuesdays		      4:45 - 5:30pm		                 215010-02
Preschool Level 2, 3           January 7 - February 25			                                Tuesdays		      5:30 - 6:00pm		                 215010-03
School Age Level 3             January 7 - February 25			                                Tuesdays		      6:00 - 6:45pm		                 215010-04
Teen/Adult 		                  January 7 - February 25			                                Tuesdays		      7:30 - 8:15pm		                 215010-05

Preschool Level I		            January 9 - February 27			                                Thursdays       4:00 - 4:30pm		                 215010-06
School Age Level 3             January 9 - February 27			                                Thursdays       4:30 - 5:15pm		                 215010-07
School Age Level 4, 5, 6       January 9 - February 27			                                Thursdays       5:15 - 6:00pm		                 215010-08
School Age Level 1, 2          January 9 - February 27			                                Thursdays       6:00 - 6:45pm		                 215010-09

School Age Level 1, 2          January 11 - February 29			                               Saturdays       8:45 - 9:30am		                 215010-10
Preschool Level 1		            January 11 - February 29			                               Saturdays       9:30 - 10:00am		                215010-11
Preschool Level 2, 3           January 11 - February 29			                               Saturdays       10:00 - 10:30am		               215010-12
Parent/Child I		               January 11 - February 29			                               Saturdays       10:30 - 11:15am		               215010-13
Parent/Child II		              January 11 - February 29			                               Saturdays       11:15 - 12:00noon		             215010-14
School Age Level 4, 5, 6       January 11 - February 29			                               Saturdays       12:00 - 12:45pm		               215010-15
School Age Level 3             January 11 - February 29			                               Saturdays       12:45 - 1:30pm		                215010-16
Special Needs		                January 11 - February 29			                               Saturdays       1:30 - 2:15pm		                 215010-17

School Age Level 1, 2          March 3 - April 28 (skip 3/24)			                         Tuesdays		      4:00 - 4:45pm		                 215010-18
Preschool Level 1		            March 3 - April 28 (skip 3/24)			                         Tuesdays		      4:45 - 5:15pm		                 215010-19
School Age Level 4, 5, 6       March 3 - April 28 (skip 3/24)			                         Tuesdays		      5:15 - 6:00pm		                 215010-20
Preschool Level 2, 3           March 3 - April 28 (skip 3/24)			                         Tuesdays		      6:00 - 6:30pm		                 215010-21
Teen/Adult 		                  March 3 - April 28 (skip 3/24)			                         Tuesdays		      7:15 - 8:00pm		                 215010-22

School Age Level 4, 5, 6       March 5 - April 30 (skip 3/26)			                         Thursdays       4:00 - 4:45pm		                 215010-23
School Age Level3              March 5 - April 30 (skip 3/26)			                         Thursdays       4:45 - 5:30pm		                 215010-24
School Age Level 1, 2          March 5 - April 30 (skip 3/26)			                         Thursdays       5:30 - 6:15pm		                 215010-25
Preschool Level I		            March 5 - April 30 (skip 3/26)			                         Thursdays       6:15 - 6:45pm		                 215010-26

School Age Level 1, 2          March 7 - May 9 (skip 3/28, 4/11)		                       Saturdays       8:45 - 9:30am		                 215010-27
Preschool Level 1		            March 7 - May 9 (skip 3/28, 4/11)		                       Saturdays       9:30 - 10:00am		                215010-28
Preschool Level 2, 3           March 7 - May 9 (skip 3/28, 4/11)		                       Saturdays       10:00 - 10:30am		               215010-29
Parent/Child I		               March 7 - May 9 (skip 3/28, 4/11)		                       Saturdays       10:30 - 11:15am		               215010-30
Parent/Child II		              March 7 - May 9 (skip 3/28, 4/11)		                       Saturdays       11:15 - 12:00noon		             215010-31
School Age Level 4, 5, 6       March 7 - May 9 (skip 3/28, 4/11)		                       Saturdays       12:00 - 12:45pm		               215010-32
School Age Level 3             March 7 - May 9 (skip 3/28, 4/11)		                       Saturdays       12:45 - 1:30pm		                215010-33
Special Needs		                March 7 - May 9 (skip 3/28, 4/11)		                       Saturdays       1:30 - 2:15pm		                 215010-34

School Age Level 3, 4          May 5 - May 28				                                        Tues & Thurs    4:00 - 4:45pm		                 215010-35
                                              “Cindy comes around to every-
School Age Level 1, 2          May 5 - May 28
                                              one to see how the progress is             Tues & Thurs    4:45 - 5:30pm		                 215010-36
                                              going. She really pushes the kids
Preschool Level 1		            May 5 - May 28
                                              to try new things! She is a great          Tues & Thurs    5:30 - 6:00pm		                 215010-37
Preschool Level 2, 3           May 5 - May 28
                                              instructor!”
                                              - Lisa, Swim Lessons
                                                                                         Tues & Thurs    6:00 - 6:30pm		                 215010-38

                                                                                  Fee:
                     Nicolet Pool                                                                                          Glen Hills Pool
Average Temperature:		          80 degrees                             $49.00R / $59.00NR               Average Temperature:		         84 degrees
Dimensions:		                   75ft x 30ft                                                             Dimensions:		                  75ft x 20 ft
Lanes:			                       8                                            Questions?                 Lanes:			                      6
Deepest Depth:		                13ft (diving well)                                                      Deepest Depth:		               10 ft
Shallowest Depth:		             3.6ft                                Call Aquatics Coordinator          Shallowest Depth:		            2.6 ft
                                                                    Cindy Schlidt (414) 531-SWIM

                     Private & Semi-Private swim lessons also available. For more information please call Cindy Schlidt at (414) 531-SWIM.
                          Fee: $32.00R/$42.00NR for private lessons & $27.00r/$37.00nr for semi-private lessons per 30 minute period
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American Red Cross Aquatics are taught by certified instructors/aides with lifeguard training.
Swimming instruction is a great way to introduce your child to the water, strengthening positive attitudes and proper swimming
techniques. Nicolet Recreation Department is an authorized American Red Cross provider.
Please read the following carefully:

ÑÑ        Children ages 4 years and up need to go into the locker room for their respective gender.
ÑÑ        All participants should be evaluated prior to the first day of lessons to ensure they are in the proper level, if they haven’t
          been evaluated in the last 4 months, unless they are in the lowest level.
ÑÑ        Parents please observe lessons from the outer pool lobby only.
ÑÑ        Persons observing from deck will be charged the open swim fee daily of $3.00R/$5.00NR
ÑÑ        Lessons may be combined or cancelled based on enrollment numbers. No makeup classes will be given.
ÑÑ        Classroom enrollment minimum is 5 participants; maximum is 6 participants per instructor for preschool levels.
ÑÑ        Class enrollment minimum is 6 participants; maximum is 10 participants per instructor for school age levels.
ÑÑ        All persons must exit the building 15 minutes after the conclusion of any aquatic program.
ÑÑ        Contact Cindy at (414) 531-SWIM if you need a five minute skill assessment.

                                                                  Open/Lap Swim
This combined program of family swim and lap swim is a great opportunity for you and your family to enjoy water indoors. Open swim is open
to all ages, while lap swim is open to ages 12 years and up. A swim test will be required for those children wishing to swim in the deep end. Due
to safety reasons, water rings and tubes are not allowed. It is recommended that all persons bring a lock to secure personal belongings, howev-
er, the lock must be removed and taken home at the end of the swim period. Pool rules, regulations and other pertinent information are posted
in the pool area. All persons not participating in open/lap swim must observe from the outer lobby or pay a participant fee. All children under
8 years of age must be accompanied in the pool by a paying adult. Limit 2 free children per adult. Exact change only will be accepted at pool
location. All persons must exit the building 15 minutes after the conclusion of any aquatic program.
Swim Test: Swim 25 yards front crawl non-stop with breathing—then exit pool, jump in deep water submerging entire head, surface and tread
water for 60 seconds. IF NO PARTICIPANTS ARE IN THE POOL WITH 30 MINUTES LEFT—THE LIFEGUARD WILL CLOSE THE POOL.

Open Swim - Glen Hills Pool 							 Fee/Program#:
Date:				Day:		                                          Time:      						        $40.00R/$50.00NR 20-punch pass
January 7 - May 26			                Tuesdays		          4:00 - 6:45pm            453501-01
January 9 - May 28			                Thursdays           4:00 - 6:45pm            $50.00R/$63.00NR 30-punch pass
January 11 - May 9			                Saturdays           8:45am - 12:00pm         453500-01
                                                                                  $3.00R/$5.00NR at door
Lap Swim - NHS Pool (Lap swim is also available during all the open swim times)   (Children under 4 free with paying adult
Date:				Day:			                                                    Time:         in the pool; Limit 2 per adult)
January 2 - May 29			                Mondays - Fridays		            5:40 - 6:40am
January 6 - June 1			                Mondays & Wednesdays           7:00 - 8:00pm

Glen Hills and Nicolet Pools will be closed January 20; March 23 - 28 (morning lap swim open these dates); April 11; May 25

                                                                   Masters Swim
Stay in shape, build strength, stamina, and cardiovascular fitness. Great for tri-athletes, competing Master Swimmers, and for stay-in-shape
swimmers. Registration with National Masters Program is not included. If you need more information, please call 351-7566 or leave a message
for Coach Cindy Schlidt at (414) 531-SWIM. Competition is optional and the workouts are exhilarating. Must be able to swim two lengths of
front crawl & back crawl. Are you from another swim team or just visiting...drop in for only $5.00R/$7.00NR per person for the morning! Locker
room closes 15 minutes after completion.

Day:		      Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays			 Session:		 Date:			                                                       Program#:
Time:		     5:40 - 6:40am					                       I		        December 2 - March 6                                           235080-01
Location:   Nicolet High School - Pool						                    (skip 12/23 - 1/1)
Age:		      18 years and up					                     II		       March 9 - June 5		                                             235080-02
Fee:		$110.00R/$130.00NR						(skip 4/10 & 5/25)
Instructor: Cindy Schlidt

 The complete Nicolet & Glen Hills Aquatic Schedule is located on the Nicolet Website: https://www.nicolet.us/activities/recreation.cfm

     If you are interested in setting up a water badge workshop for your Boy or Girl Scout group please call Cindy Schlidt at (414) 531-SWIM.
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                                                       Professional CPR & First Aid/AED
Automated External Defibrillator training with the combination of professional CPR. Please bring bag lunch. Certification is good for two years.
Good for physical therapists and day care employees. Certification in adult, child and infant CPR with a pocket mask (included). Must pass writ-
ten test with 80% or higher plus practical skills to be certified. *Please bring your pocket mask and proof of certification.
Registration deadline is a week before class begins. An email will be sent prior to the class start date with details of class
requirements/prerequisites. All manuals for the Nicolet Recreation Department American Red Cross programs are online and should be read
prior to class.

Date:		March 24				Session:		                                      Fee:			           Program#:
Day:		Tuesday				Full Class		$93.00R/$103.00NR                                       234060-01
Time:		7:30am - 2:30pm			Recertification*                          $73.00R/$83.00NR		234060-02
Location:   Nicolet High School - Athletic Conference Room (A106)
Age:		      11 years and up
Min/Max:    6/12
Instructor: Cindy Schlidt

                                         Pediatric CPR & First Aid (for newborns to 11 years old)
 Are you prepared to keep your family and work place safe? This program will help ensure safety and a chance to become certified. Includes:
 hands-on skills training preparing you to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies. Must pass practical skills tests to be certified. *Need
 proof of certification for recertification. Certification is valid for two years. Registration deadline is a week before class begins. An email will be
 sent prior to the class start date with details of class requirements/prerequisites. All manuals for the Nicolet Recreation Department American
 Red Cross programs are online and should be read prior to class.

 Date:		May 30				Session:		                 Fee:			           Program#:
 Day:		Saturday				Full Class		$87.00R/$97.00NR		234010-01
 Time:		8:00 - 11:45am			Recertification*    $67.00R/$77.00NR		234010-02
 Location:   Nicolet High School - Room B113
 Age:		      11 years and up
 Min/Max:    6/12
 Instructor: Cindy Schlidt

                                                                       Adult CPR
(CPR for ages 12+ year olds) Are you prepared to keep your family and work place safe? This program will help ensure safety and a chance to
become certified. Includes: hands-on skills training preparing you to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies. Must pass tests and prac-
tical skills tests with 80% or higher to be certified. *Need proof of certification for recertification. Certification is valid for two years. Registration
deadline is a week before class begins. An email will be sent prior to the class start date with details of class requirements/prerequisites All
manuals for the Nicolet Recreation Department American Red Cross programs are online and should be read prior to class.

Date:		May 30				Session:		                 Fee:			           Program#:
Day: 		Saturday				Full Class		$63.00R/$73.00NR		234012-01
Time:		12:00 - 3:00pm			Recertification*    $43.00R/$53.00NR		234012-02
Location:   Nicolet High School - Room B113
Age:		      11 years & up
Min/Max:    6/12
Instructor: Cindy Schlidt

                                                                   Babysitting Basic
 The purpose of this course is to provide youth who are planning to babysit with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely and responsibly
 give care for children and infants. Skills include a guide to leadership, the business of babysitting, being safe and sound on the job, under
 standing kids from 0 to 10, caring for kids from feeding to bedtime and it’s an emergency...Now what? Must attend the entire day and com
 plete all skills with competency. Please bring notebook, pen, print-out of book or online laptop/tablet with manual downloaded.
 Registration deadline is a week before class begins. An email will be sent prior to the class start date with details of class requirements/prereq
 uisites. All manuals for the Nicolet Recreation Department American Red Cross programs are online and should be read prior to class.

 Date:		May 23					Fee:		                                                                    $88.00R/$98.00NR
 Day:		Saturday					Program#:                                                                234050-01
 Time:		8:00am - 2:00pm				Min/Max:                                                          6/14
 Location: Nicolet High School - Room B113		 Instructor:                                     Cindy Schlidt
 Age:		    11 years & up (required)
NICOLET recreation department 2020 - Nicolet High School
american red cross                                                                                                                                      10
                                                               Pool Lifeguard Training
Program includes Lifeguarding, CPR, First Aid and AED. A pocket mask is included in the fee. Lifeguarding certification is current for two years.
A pre-test will be held on the first day of the program. Persons unable to complete the pre-test satisfactorily will not be allowed to continue.
Participation in all sessions is required. Must pass all tests with 80% or higher plus practical skills to be certified. Please bring proof of age to first
class. (Reviews please bring proof of current certification and pocket mask). Must be currently certified to Review.
Registration deadline is a week before class begins. An email will be sent prior to registration detailing the manual/prerequisites requirements.
All manuals for the Nicolet Recreation Department American Red Cross programs are now online. Registrants for Review and full classes must
read manual prior to class start. Please bring bag lunch for full class. Full class fee will be refunded if employed with the Nicolet Recreation Depart-
ment of one continuous year as a lifeguard. Must be on regular schedule.

Location:             Nicolet High School - Athletic Conference Room (Room A106) & Pool
Age:		                15 years & up (required)
Min/Max:              6/12
Instructor:           Cindy Schlidt

Option:		 Date:			        Day:		          Time:			          Fee:			                                                                        Program#:
Review		January 4			Saturday		7:00am - 6:00pm		$177.00R/$197.00NR                                                                          234040-01
Full		    March 23 - 27		 Monday - Friday 7:30am - 2:30pm		 $222.00R/$252.00NR                                                             234040-02

                                                   Water Safety Instructor Class
                                 Blended Learning (homework & lectures are completed online only)
 The purpose of the American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor course is to train instructor candidates to teach courses and presentations in the
 American Red Cross swimming and water safety program by developing their understanding of how to use the course materials, how to con
 duct training sessions and how to evaluate participants’ progress. This class includes approximately 30 hours of online work prior to start date.

 Prerequisites: be at least 16 years old by the final scheduled lesson of this course; demonstrate 25 yards of front crawl, back crawl, breastroke,
 elementary backstroke, side stroke and 15 yards of butterfly to level 4 skills or higher, maintain back float for one minute and tread water for
 one minute. This will be conducted on the first day of class. Please bring proof of ID. Persons unable to complete the pre-test will not be al
 lowed to continue.

 Registration deadline is 3 weeks before class begins. Must email proof of all online completion lessons prior to class. All materials are online. Must
 attend all days and complete all water and oral assignment. Must pass all practical skills and obtain 80% or higher on written test to pass. This is a
 once only test. No retakes allowed. An email will be sent prior to the class start date with details of class requirements/prerequisites.
 Refunds are not provided for this program unless the instructor cancels the entire class. Full class fee will be refunded if employed with the Nicolet
 Recreation Department of one continuous year as a lifeguard. Must be on regular schedule.

 Date:		             May 15, 16 & 17
 Day/Time:           Friday (5:00 - 9:00pm); Saturday (8:00am - 6:00pm); Sunday (8:00am - 6:00pm)
 Location:           Nicolet High School - Athletic Conference Room (A106) & Pool
 Age:		              16 years & up
 Fee:		              $228.00R/$258.00NR
 Program#:           234041-01
 Min/Max:            6/6
 Instructor:         Cindy Schlidt

                                                                  Junior Lifeguarding
Junior lifeguarding will introduce participants to the skills needed for entry into a lifeguarding course, communication skills and decision making
skills, basic responsibilities as a lifeguard and skills necessary. This does not certify you as a lifeguard, CPR First Aid or AED.

Prerequisites: Must have passed school age level 5 swim lessons. A pre-test will be held on the first day of the program.

Registration deadline is a week before class begins. An email will be sent prior to the class start date with details of class requirements/
pre-requisites. All manuals for the Nicolet Recreation Department American Red Cross programs are online and should be read prior to class.

Date:		      January 9 - April 30 (skip 3/26)		                             Fee:		                 $110.00R/$130.00NR
Day:		Thursdays				Program#:                                                                       234042-01
Time:		7:30 - 8:15pm				Min/Max:                                                                   6/14
Location:    Glen Hills School - Pool			                                    Instructor:            Cindy Schlidt
Age:		       11 years & up
          The Nicolet Rec. Dept. is hiring lifeguards & water safety instructors. Stop by the athletics/recreation office to pick-up an application or
                                             visit our website at: http://www.nicolet.us/activities/job_openings.cfm
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toddlers                                                                                                                                              12
                                                                             Gymnastics
Age-appropriate skills will be introduced and developed in this recreational instruction program. Participants will practice movements rang-
ing from basic tumbling to use of balance beam and uneven parallel bars. Participants should wear nonrestrictive clothing such as a bodysuit,
t-shirt, shorts, gymnastics slippers, cotton socks, or bare feet. No tights, nylon socks, clothing with zippers, belt buckles, or jewelry. Long hair
should be tied back.

Location:           Nicolet High School - Gym 2 (gymnastics area)		               Min/Max:            4/8
Fee:		$69.00R/$79.00NR					Instructor:                                                                NHS Gymnastics Staff

Level:		              Age:			                            Date:				Day:		                                               Time:		              Program#:
Mom & Tot             18 months - 2 years                Jan. 6 - Feb. 17 (skip 1/20)		       Mondays		                5:30 - 6:00pm        211141-01
Nicsters		            3 years			                         Jan. 6 - Feb. 17 (skip 1/20)		       Mondays		                6:00 - 6:30pm        211141-02
Nicotiers		           4 - 5 years		                      Jan. 6 - Feb. 17 (skip 1/20)		       Mondays		                6:30 - 7:05pm        211141-03
Mom & Tot             18 months - 2 years                January 18 - February 15		           Saturdays                10:00 - 10:30am      211141-04
Nicsters		            3 years			                         January 18 - February 15 		          Saturdays                10:30 - 11:00am      211141-05
Nicotiers		           4 - 5 years		                      January 18 - February 15		           Saturdays                11:00 - 11:35am      211141-06
Mom & Tot             18 months - 2 years                March 2 - April 20 (skip 3/23, 4/13) Mondays		                5:00 - 5:30pm        211141-07
Nicsters		            3 years			                         March 2 - April 20 (skip 3/23, 4/13) Mondays		                5:30 - 6:00pm        211141-08
Nicotiers		           4 - 5 years		                      March 2 - April 20 (skip 3/23, 4/13) Mondays		                6:00 - 6:35pm        211141-09
Mom & Tot             18 months - 2 years                April 4 - May 16 (skip 4/11)		       Saturdays                10:00 - 10:30am      211141-10
Nicsters		            3 years			                         April 4 - May 16 (skip 4/11)		       Saturdays                10:30 - 11:00am      211141-11
Nicotiers		           4 - 5 years		                      April 4 - May 16 (skip 4/11)		       Saturdays                11:00 - 11:35am      211141-12
Mom & Tot             18 months - 2 years                April 27 - June 8 (skip 5/25)		      Mondays		                5:00 - 5:30pm        211141-13
Nicsters		            3 years			                         April 27 - June 8 (skip 5/25)		      Mondays		                5:30 - 6:00pm        211141-14
Nicotiers		           4 - 5 years		                      April 27 - June 8 (skip 5/25)		      Mondays		                6:00 - 6:35pm        211141-15

           Gymnastics levels 1 - 5 also available see page 23

                                                                 Mom and Me ‘Little Dragons’!
 Fun games and activities helping toddlers work on gross motor skills, hand eye coordination, following directions and interacting with other
 children. Moms will also learn proven self defense basics and ways to improve flexibility, strength and balance.

 Date:		              January 9 - 30
 Day:		               Thursdays
 Time:		              11:00 - 11:30am
 Location:            J.K. Lee Black Belt Academy (6838 N. Santa Monica Blvd. Fox Point 53217)
 Fee:		               $20.00R/$40.00NR (includes a J.K. Lee t-shirt!)
 Program#:            211261-01
 Min/Max:             6/18
 Instructor:          Master Gendelman and/or trained Assistant Instructors from J.K. Lee Black Belt Academy

                             Mom and Baby Fit                                                          MUSIC PARTies WITH MISS JULIE!
Mom + Baby Fit is a fun way to exercise while bonding with baby and meeting           Valentine’s Music Party
other moms in the area. We use our strollers and community of other moms              This hour long music party will feature songs known and new to celebrate
in the group to target all areas of our body during this 60 min class. During         Valentine’s Day with your little sweethearts. Class includes a healthy snack.
the class you will use the stroller and your baby to complete circuits of varying     Spring Celebration Music Party
level of difficulty and finish the class with pelvic floor exercise and stretching.   Welcome in Springtime with songs and celebration of the greening of the
This class was designed by a Pelvic Floor and Postpartum specialist to target         earth, and birds returning to our climes. Make friends, bring your ‘spring chick-
the areas that are in need of attention and strengthening after giving birth.         ens’ to sing and dance to the new season. Class includes a healthy snack.
Participants must be at least 6 weeks post-partum to participate. Come join us
for a morning of fun! We will be near the playground if you would like to bring       Time: 		1:30 - 2:30pm
an older child along to play while you exercise with your baby. Please bring          Location: 		          North Shore Congregational Church
with you a stroller, mat or towel, and water                                          		                    (7330 N Santa Monica Blvd - Fox Point)
                                                                                      Age:		                1 year - 5 years
Date:		     May 12 - June 2			                                                        		                    (siblings under 1 year old and over 5 attend for free)
Day:		Tuesdays			                                                                     Fee:		                $13.00R/$23.00NR
Time:		     9:30 - 10:30am			                                                         Min/Max: 		           8/16
Location:		 Doctor’s Park                                                             Instructor:           Julie Thompson
		          1870 E. Fox Ln. - Fox Point
Fee:		      $60.00R/$70.00NR                                                          Session:		 Date:		 Day:		  Program#:
Program#:   213870-01                                                                 I		February 14     Friday		212542-01
Min/Max:		  3/15                                                                      II		April 7		Tuesday		212542-02
Instructor: Freedom Physical Therapy Staff
toddlers                                                                                                                                  13
                                                          KidsSports SportsStart
The KidsSports SportsStart program introduces children to sports through sports concepts like throwing, catching, hitting, jumping, bouncing
and more using fun and unique skill building games and activities.

Date:		   April 18 - May 16				          Fee:                                            $64.00R/$74.00NR
Day:		    Saturdays				Program#:                                                         211440-01
Time:		10:00 - 10:40am				Min/Max:                                                       6/20
Location: Nicolet High School - Gym 2			 Instructor:                                     KidsSports WI Staff
Age:		    2 - 3 years old

                                                           KidsSports MultiSports
The KidsSports MultiSport program introduces children to popular sports (like soccer, baseball, football & kickball) and their basic sports tech-
niques in a fun, simple learning environment.

Date:		             April 18 - May 16
Day:		              Saturdays
Location:           Nicolet High School - Gym 2
Fee:                $64.00R/$74.00NR
Min/Max:            6/20
Instructor:         KidsSports WI Staff

Session:		         Age:			                       Time:			                      Program#:
I		                3 - 4 years old		             10:50 - 11:30am		             211441-01
II		               5 - 6 years old		             11:40 - 12:30pm		             211441-02

        Nicolet Theater Presents:                                                               Based on the novel by J.M. Barrie
                                                                                                Adapted by Craig Sodaro

        Peter Pan
        Children’s Show

        Saturday, April 25 | 10:30am | 1:00pm
        Sunday, April 26 | 1:00pm | 3:30pm

        Nicolet High School - Community Room

        Free tickets available at the door prior to each performance.
        There will be no pre-sale tickets.

                                                                                                      PROGRAMMING: AGES 1 - 4
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                                                             Youth Painting Class
Do you have a mini Picasso? We have just the thing! Children will explore their creative side while following step by step instructions to create
their very own masterpiece.

Day:		Saturday				Session:		              Date:		    Program#:
Time:		10:00am - 11:30am			I		February 22            212150-01
Location:   Nicolet High School - 		 II		 April 18		 212150-02
		Room B111 (Knightskeller)		III		May 23		212150-03
Age:		      6-12 years old
Fee:		      $15.00R/$25.00NR
Min/Max:    10/25
Instructor: Briona Conway

                                                    Young Rembrandts Drawing Classes
Young Rembrandts Drawing Classes – We grow creative, young minds and praise individual differences through the Power of Drawing. Unlock
your child’s potential and watch their confidence blossom as they develop skills critical to tomorrow’s innovators. With BRAND-NEW lessons
every week (we never repeat), your child will enjoy learning through our award-winning, educational drawing program
(www.youngrembrandts.com). All supplies included.

Fee:		              $79.00R/$89.00NR
Min/Max:            5/20
Instructor:         Young Rembrandts Instructor

Location:           Date:				Day:		                                            Time:			                             Grade:		                 Program#:
Parkway		           January 14 - February 18		           Tuesdays		            3:40 - 4:40pm		                      K5 - 3rd		               212810-01
Parkway		           March 3 - April 21 (skip 3/10, 3/24) Tuesdays		            3:40 - 4:40pm		                      K5 - 3rd		               212810-02
Parkway		           April 28 - June 2			                 Tuesdays		            3:40 - 4:40pm		                      K5 - 3rd		               212810-03

Stormonth           January 10 - February 14		                Fridays		        3:45 - 4:45pm		                      K5 - 4th		               212810-04
Stormonth           Feb. 28 - April 24 (skip 3/6, 3/27, 4/10) Fridays		        3:45 - 4:45pm		                      K5 - 4th		               212810-05
Stormonth           May 1 - June 5			                         Fridays		        3:45 - 4:45pm		                      K5 - 4th		               212810-06

Indian Hill         January 9 - February 13		               Thursdays          3:00 - 4:00pm		                      K5 - 2nd		               212810-07
Indian Hill         February 20 - April 23		                Thursdays          3:00 - 4:00pm		                      K5 - 2nd		               212810-08
		                  (skip 3/5, 3/12, 3/26, 4/9)
Indian Hill         April 30 - June 4			                    Thursdays          3:00 - 4:00pm		                      K5 - 2nd		               212810-09

                               AGES       NORTH SHORE MONTESSORI SCHOOL
                              2.5-14      ASSOCIATION MONTESSORI INTERNATIONAL ACCREDITED

                                     Through integrated learning and creative work, North Shore Montessori School
                                     nurtures your child today to succeed for tomorrow. Our focus includes:
                                       DEVELOPMENT OF         INDIVIDUALIZED         INTEGRATED SPANISH                     NATURAL PLAYSCAPE
                                       THE CHARACTER          LEARNING               LANGUAGE AND CULTURES                  AND DAILY TIME OUTDOORS

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                                                                                                             PROGRAMMING: AGES 4 - 12
YOUTH ENRICHMENT                                                                                                                                     16
                         Chess - Beginner                                                       Chess - Intermediate
This class is for those new to chess or with ratings (WSCF or USCF)       This class is for students who have played two to 3 years and those
from 0 to 600. Students will focus on chess fundamentals. These           with ratings from 600 to 1000. All phases of the game will be covered
include opening strategy, the 7 basic checkmates, and tactics such as     including chess notation and game analysis. Students will participate
Forks, Pins and Discovered Check. Students will experience a balance      in a 5-round tournament with the top 3 winning trophies and every-
of chess play and instruction. Students will compete in a 5-round tour-   one else receiving a medal. Each student will also receive a free Gold
nament with the top 3 winning trophies and everyone else receiving        Membership to www.chesskid.com
a medal. Each student will also receive a free Gold Membership to
www.chesskid.com                                                          Date: 		    January 22 - March 11
                                                                          Day:		Wednesdays
Date: 		    January 22 - March 11                                         Time:		     6:00 - 7:00pm
Day:		Wednesdays				                                                      Location:   Nicolet High School - Room C111
Time:		     5:00 - 6:00pm                                                 Grade:		    2nd - 12th
Location:   Nicolet High School - Room C111                               Fee: 		     $90.00R/$100.00NR
Grade:		    2nd - 8th                                                     Program#:   212161-01
Fee: 		     $90.00R/$100.00NR                                             Min/Max:    10/20
Program#:   212162-01                                                     Instructor: Wisconsin Scholastic Chess Federation Staff
Min/Max:    10/20
Instructor: Wisconsin Scholastic Chess Federation Staff

                                     Wisconsin Scholastic Chess Federation (WSCF) Chess Camp
 Beginners Class: This class is for those new to chess or with ratings (WSCF or USCF) from 0 to 600. Students will focus on chess fundamentals.
 These include opening strategy, the 7 basic checkmates, and tactics such as Forks, Pins and Discovered Check. Students will experience a bal
 ance of chess play and instruction. Students will compete in a 5-round tournament with the top 3 winning trophies and everyone else receiv
 ing a medal. Each student will also receive a free Gold Membership to www.chesskid.com

 Intermediate Class: This class is for students who have played two to 3 years and those with ratings from 600 to 1000. All phases of the game
 will be covered including chess notation and game analysis. Students will participate in a 5-round tournament with the top 3 winning trophies
 and everyone else receiving a medal. Each student will also receive a free Gold Membership to www.chesskid.com

 Date:		           March 23 - 27
 Day: 		           Monday - Friday
 Location:         Nicolet High School - Room C111
                                                                                                                    "After chess camp, my son is
 Grade: 		         Open to all ages starting in 2nd grade                                                           excited to play chess and feels
 Fee: 		           $90.00R/$100.00NR                                                                                confident about his abilities
                                                                                                                    after playing with peers. He
 Min/Max:          12/24                                                                                            is now ready to enter tourna-
                                                                                                                    ments. As much as he learned
 Instructor:       Wisconsin Scholastic Chess Federation Staff                                                      winning strategies, he also
                                                                                                                    learned to lose with grace."
                                                                                                                    - Amanda S., Chess Camp
 Session:		 Level:			 Time:			     Program#:
 I			Beginner			9:00am - 12noon		212160-01
 II			Intermediate		1:00 - 4:00pm		212160-02

                                                                              How to Eat a Brownie - Social Skills for Children
                                                                          Well-mannered children have a lifelong advantage in job situations
                                                                          and in relationships. We start with introductions, shaking hands, and
                                                                          projecting confidence. We continue with conversation skills, family
                                                                          etiquette, what the “R” stands for in R.S.V.P., and writing memorable
                                                                          thank you notes.
                                                                          At the last class, we will eat a brownie while holding the silverware
                                                                          European style. The reasons for the rules are always made clear, and
                                                                          there are activities in every class.

                                                                          Date:		            April 22 - May 6
                                                                          Day:		             Wednesdays
                                                                          Time:		            4:00 - 5:30pm
                                                                          Location:          Nicolet High School - B133
                                                                          Age:		             7 - 12 years old
                                                                          Fee:		             $82.00R/$92.00NR
                                                                          Program#:          212170-01
           PROGRAMMING: AGES 4 - 12                                       Min/Max:           6/14
                                                                          Instructor:        Margery Sinclair
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                                                          KIDSTAGE - THE WORLDS OF DR. SEUSS
Join us this winter as we explore the imaginative worlds of Dr. Seuss. Students will play theatre games and participate in theatre activities. We
will dive into Dr. Seuss stories and learn to retell them with our voices, bodies and imagination. At the end of our session, there will be a short
presentation that allows each student to show their new skills to family. Kidstage focuses on teamwork, confidence and creativity. Be ready to
have a Rhyming Good Time!

Date:		     January 4 - February 8
Day:		Saturdays
Location:   Lydell Community Center - Room 15
		          5205 N. Lydell Ave. - Whitefish Bay
Min/Max:    8/12
Instructor: Emily Scardino, Certified Kidstage Instructor

Session:		           Age:		                 Time:			                         Fee:			                        Program#:
I 		                 3 - 4 years old        9:30 - 10:15am		                 $60.00R/$70.00NR		             212390-01
II 		                5 - 7 years old        10:30 - 11:30am		                $70.00R/$80.00NR		             212390-02

 It might be getting colder outside....but it’s never too early to start thinking about SUMMER!!

 Located at Glen Hills Middle School in Glendale, the Nicolet Recreation Department
 provides an exciting Monday - Friday summer camp program full of swimming, sports, arts and crafts, special
 events, field trips, and more!!

 In addition to our regular 5-week program that runs from noon to 5:30pm (following the Glen Hills Summer
 Academy morning program) we also offer two weeks of pre-camp and post camp options.

 Campers do not have to attend the District’s morning program to be a part of Camp at the Hills!!

 For more information, look for our 2020 Summer Bulletin that will be mailed to every area resident in March;
 give us a call at 414-351-7566; or visit us on the web at: http://www.nicolet.us /activities/recreation.cfm

 Registration will be available beginning on March 1, 2020.

             SPANISH FUN! ¡Vamos con los animales!                                                 SPANISH FUN! ¡Vamos con los animales!
                  (Let’s go with the Animals)                                                           (Let’s go with the Animals)
The Best way to spark enthusiasm for a language is with a topic that                 The Best way to spark enthusiasm for a language is with a topic that
students love…¡Vamos con los animales! (Let’s go with the Animals) is                students love…¡Vamos con los animales! (Let’s go with the Animals) is
just that!                                                                           just that!
For eight jam-packed sessions, students will blaze new trails “visiting” a           For eight jam-packed sessions, students will blaze new trails “visiting” a
pet store, a family farm, the zoo, the ocean, and even the rainforest-All            pet store, a family farm, the zoo, the ocean, and even the rainforest-All
in Spanish! Your child will learn animal-related vocabulary, catch                   in Spanish! Your child will learn animal-related vocabulary, catch
glimpses of some special animals who call Latin America their home,                  glimpses of some special animals who call Latin America their home,
all the while applying practical phrases and Spanish vocabulary to                   all the while applying practical phrases and Spanish vocabulary to
every topic. Let your student explore where the wild things are in this              every topic. Let your student explore where the wild things are in this
exciting, interactive Spanish class. ¡Vámonos!                                       exciting, interactive Spanish class. ¡Vámonos!

Date:		              February 4 - April 7 (skip 3/10, 3/24)                          Date:		             February 4 - March 31 (skip 3/24)
Day:		               Tuesdays		                                                      Day:		              Tuesdays
Time:		              8:00 - 8:45am                                                   Time:		             2:50 - 3:50pm
Location:            Parkway School                                                  Location:           Indian Hill School
Grade:		             K4 - 3rd                                                        Grade:		            K4 - 2nd
Fee:		               $145.00                                                         Fee:		              $145.00
Program#:            210220-01                                                       Program#:           210221-01
Min/Max:             8/16                                                            Min/Max:            8/16
Instructor:          Futura Language Professionals’ Staff                            Instructor:         Futura Language Professionals’ Staff

                                                                                                                PROGRAMMING: AGES 4 - 12
YOUTH ENRICHMENT                                                                                                                          18
   Even Crazier CrazyAction Contraptions with LEGOS                                              One, Two, Three…..BUILD!
If you enjoyed Crazy Contraptions – 10 instructional build projects          This is the perfect class to develop your engineering skills using LEGO
class – this is the newest class for you! Working with similar sets, proj-   Educational kits 9610, 9612, 9614 & 9616. These kits are specifically
ects will include: Beaker Blender 3000, Annoy-O-Matic, Squeezeclaw           designed to contain only the parts needed to complete 2 projects per
Grabber, No Donkey Donkey Cart, Art-a-maton, LEGO Launcher, Wall             kit allowing more time to build and less time hunting for the correct
Rocket Racer, Supercharged Speedster, Battle Top Spinner, Zipline Run-       pieces. Exciting projects will include: Swing Rides, Fans, Ride on
ners and a few more projects! All of these contraptions spin, stretch,       Tractor, Movie Projector, Crane and many more. Basic understanding
speed or otherwise springs into action! Let the FUN begin!                   of gears, levers, pulleys and wheel/axle are introduced during each
                                                                             session.From the new builder to the most experienced LEGO fan, these
Date:		             January 16 - February 6                                  projects are a hit!
Day:		              Thursdays
Time:		             3:50 - 4:50pm                                            Date:		            February 20 - March 19 (skip 3/12)
Location:           Parkway School                                           Day:		             Thursdays
Grade:		            K5 - 3rd                                                 Time:		            3:50 - 4:50pm
Fee:                $45.00R/$55.00NR                                         Location:          Parkway School
Program#:           212120-01                                                Grade:		           K5 - 3rd
Min/Max:            8/16                                                     Fee:               $45.00R/$55.00NR
Instructor:         Computer Explorers Staff                                 Program#:          212121-01
                                                                             Min/Max:           8/16
                                                                             Instructor:        Computer Explorers Staff

                                                       BRICKS, BRICKS and more BRICKS!
 If you are a LEGO fan this is the class for you! Working with over 1,000,000+ misc. LEGO bricks along with various instructional LEGO Datca
 kits, this class will allow you to become a Master LEGO Builder. Equipment will be rotate to ensure a new challenge each session. Free style
 and instructional build will allow each student to explore new engineering concepts at their ability level. Rev up your imagination and let the
 building begin!!!

 Date:		            April 23 - May 14
 Day:		             Thursdays
 Time:		            3:50 - 4:50pm
 Location:          Parkway School
 Grade:		           K5 - 3rd
 Fee:               $45.00R/$55.00NR
 Program#:          212124-01
 Min/Max:           8/16
 Instructor:        Computer Explorers Staff

                                                           Indian Hill’s LEGO League
BRICKS, BRICKS and more BRICKS!! If you are a LEGO Fan this is the class for you! Working with over 1,000,000+ misc. LEGO bricks along with
various instructional LEGO Datca kits, this class will allow you to become a master LEGO builder. Equipment will be rotated to ensure a new chal-
lenge each session. Free style and Instructional build will allow each student to explore new engineering concepts at their ability level. Rev up
your imagination and let the building begin!!

Day:		              Mondays				Session:		                                       Date:			                   Program#:
Time:		3:00 - 4:30pm			I		January 13		212122-01
Location:           Indian Hill School			II		February 10		212122-02
Grade:		            K4 - 2nd				III		March 9			212122-03
Fee:                $20.00R/$30.00NR			IV		April 20			212122-04
Min/Max:            10/30				V		May 11			212122-05
Instructor:         Computer Explorers Staff

            PROGRAMMING: AGES 4 - 12
YOUTH ENRICHMENT                                                                                                                                            19
                                                                      Crazy Chemworks!
Lab Works
Use your hands as a real Mad Scientist in this whirlwind class on how a lab works! Learn to manipulate laboratory equipment at your personal lab bench, and take
home you very own Graduated Gear to continue your research!

Junior Reactors
Create a tiny world of atoms with your very own set of Atomic Coins! Learn to recognize chemical reactions and mix up a few reactive ingredients for some sensa-
tional results!

pH Phactor
Slide down the colorful pH scale and dip into the world of acids and bases! Explore the pH extremes with your Reaction Tubes in what is sure to be a popping expe-
rience! Discover whether liquids found in your home are acids or bases using your personal pH paper!

Chem in a Flash
Hop on board the chemistry express for a high-speed science experience! Perform instantaneous experiments in this fast-paced class on split-second reactions
that go like mad! Pick up an Action Flask and have a blast!

The Glow Show
Discover amazing things that glow bright in the dark and come to light! Probe the properties of light and explore some unusual applications of glow-in-the-dark
technology! Take home a Glow Sheet to observe this technology on your own.

Super Sticky Stuff
Stick it to the walls, and push the power of tape to the limits in this adhesive hour on things that cling! Build a bond with glue and get attached to Professor Bea-
kerdude!

Grade:		              K5 - 4th		            Fee:		                $99.00R/$109.00NR
Min/Max:		            12/25		               Instructor:           Mad Science Staff

Session:		            Location:		           Date:				Day:		                                                    Time:		               Program#:
I		                   Stormonth             January 28 - March 10 (skip 3/3)		 Tuesdays		                      3:45 - 4:45pm         212140-01
II		                  Parkway		             January 29 - March 4			            Wednesdays                      3:40 - 4:40pm         212140-02
III		                 Indian Hill		         January 29 - March 11 (skip 2/5)		 Wednesdays                      2:50 - 3:50pm         212140-03

         Imagine Arts Academy - Crayola® World of Design - Powered by the people who bring you Mad Science!
Take a journey to the farthest reaches of the imagination while learning about the ocean, the rainforest, Mars, a futuristic city, and more! Use the design thinking
process to solve real-world problems in these different environments.

Experiment with Crayola® products and many art techniques like sculpting, storyboarding, collage, and mixed media. Discover design careers like graphic design,
universal design, urban design, and product design.

GAME ON! - Board Game Design
In this class, we will dive into board game design! Our mission is to create a board game that teaches players about the wonders of ocean life. We’ll design the
game board, cards and pieces, and then challenge each other to play!
WILD ANIMATION - Animation Design
Let’s travel into the woods! We’ll design a storyboard to spread the word about protecting this cool ecosystem! We’ll also make a flipbook to see how film animators
connect images to create moving pictures.
MARS HABITAT - Martian Habitat Design
Our mission is to design a habitat for a Martian colony. We will explore architectural design to imagine a practical home for people living on Mars. Then, we’ll sculpt
our designs to create our own 3-D models.
UNIVERSAL TREEHOUSE - Designing with universal accessibility in mind
We’re making the rainforest our home for a year! We’ll be designing a treehouse where three scientists will live and work. The mission involves making our tree-
house animal-proof and universally accessible for researchers of all abilities!
COMIC BOOK HEROES - Costume fashion design
We’re dressing up our very own superhero! Superheroes look their best when drawn in action poses, with faces that tell their story. We have superhero templates
and fashion textiles to kick-start the ultimate comic book star!
FUTUREVILLE - Urban design
We’re designing a city of the future! How will we handle the traffic flow of all those who work and live in the city? Our mission is to create a pop-up vision of a
future metropolis whose citizens get around safely on foot, on wheels, and in flight!

Grade:		              1st - 4th		           Fee:		                $99.00R/$109.00NR
Min/Max:		            12/25		               Instructor:           Mad Science Staff

Session:		            Location: Date:			                          Day:		                 Time:		               Program#:
I		                   Stormonth       April 7 - May 12            Tuesdays		             3:45 - 4:45pm         212141-01
II		                  Parkway		       April 8 - May 13            Wednesdays             3:40 - 4:40pm         212141-02
III		                 Indian Hill		   April 8 - May 13            Wednesdays             2:50 - 3:50pm         212141-03
                                                                                                                    PROGRAMMING: AGES 4 - 12
birthday parties                                                                                                                                                         20
 Name of Parent/Guardian: ____________________________________________________ Date: ________________

 Address: ____________________________________________ City: ____________________ Zip: _______________

 Cell Phone: __________________________ E-mail Address: ______________________________________________

 Name of Child: _____________________________ Birthdate: _____________ Age: ___________ Grade: _________

 Date Requested: ___________________________________ (Saturdays or Sundays)

  Par ties typically take place from 1-3pm but times may var y depending on host and facility schedule.

Recreation Party Program#: 412100-01                                      Bring your own food and dinnerware, and we’ll happily provide the

$114.00R/$134.00NR (Max: 25 kids)                                         space! Requests for the birthday parties must be made at least two

This party package is great for those high energy kids! We will           weeks in advance. We reserve the right to cancel the party for any

customize a sport or game party                                           unforeseen problem or if payment is not received. Special requests

with a variety of games and athletic activities. Games include            may require additional fees, which must be paid prior to the event.

but are not limited to: basketball, soccer, volleyball and various        All parties are held at Nicolet High School. It is customary to tip

playground games.                                                         your birthday party host, but it is not required. It is your choice
                                               “Nice staff, fun games,
                                               staff played amazing       ($10 - $20 usual range).
                                               with the children, great
                                               help, great clean up.”
Pool Party Program#: 412100-02                 - Crystal S.,
                                               Birthday Party
                                                                            Attendance: _______________ Age Range: ______________
$114.00R/$134.00NR (Max: 25 kids)
This party package is excellent for those kids who love the water!          Special Needs: _________________ T-shirt size: __________
Our host or hostess will give a swim test to all participants
                                                                            Total Fee, due at the time of request: $__________________
ensuring their safety. Children can participate in relay races,
diving contests and have fun with a variety of water toys.                  Payment by: Cash ________ Check _______/#_________

Gymnastics Party Program# 412100-03                                         Credit Card: MC/ VISA
$114.00R/ $134.00NR (Max: 15 kids)                                          # ___________ - ___________ - ___________ - ___________
This party package is great for kids that love gymnastics!
Participants will be able to use the balance beam, parallel bars,           Expiration Date: ________
and much more.                                                              “As a participant in this program, I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical
                                                                            injury and I agree to assume the full risk of any injury, damage or loss which I may sustain as a result
                                                                            of participating in any and all activities connected with or associated with such a program. I agree
                                                                            to waive and relinquish claims that I may have as a result of participating in this program against
Crafting Party Program#: 412100-05                                          the Nicolet Recreation Department/Nicolet High School District and its officers, agents servants
                                                                            and employees. I do hereby fully release and discharge the Nicolet Recreation Department/Nicolet
$155.00R/$175.00NR (Max: 15 kids)                                           High School District and its officers, agents, servants and employees from any and all claims from
                                                                            injuries, damage or loss which I may have maybe occur to me on account of my participation in this
Choose one of three different craft activities using puffy paints,          program. I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless and defend the Nicolet Recreation Depart-
                                                                            ment/Nicolet High School District and its officers, agents, servants employees from any all claims
glitter glue, fabric markers, rhinestones, beads, buttons, and              resulting from injuries, damages and losses sustained by me and arising out of, connected with, or in
                                                                            any way associated with the activities of this program.” I HAVE READ AND FULLY UNDERSTAND THE
more...or we can customize a project just for your birthday kid!            ABOVE PROGRAM DETAILS AND WAIVER AND RELEASE OF ALL CLAIMS.

Signature: ___________________________________________________________ Date: _________________
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