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REGISTER ON-LINE! http://www.mtsd.k12.wi.us SUMMER ACTIVITIES 2018 PROGRAMS FOR ~ Adults & Active Seniors Youth & Preschool Families. NEW GIRLS LACROSSE CAMP PAGE 23 AND NEW HOMESTEAD GIRLS SOFTBALL CAMP PAGE 25
Director’s Message Hello Mequon-Thiensville Community Members: Thank you for taking the time to read this message and for looking through this amazing selection of Summer opportunities that we offer the community. This is the biggest brochure we have ever had with a vast selection of offerings for all ages. Some of our new and exciting programs are Girls Lacrosse Camp, Girls Softball Academy, Girls High School Volleyball Camp, Milwaukee Bucks Camp, Chapman Basketball Academy Clinic, Older Americans Month of May discussion, Mad Science programs, Computer Explorer programs, and other various Adult/Senior programs. We are heading into our third year of Summer Academy. The class listing and registration began back on February 1 and has a deadline of April 15. Location for this Summer will be at Wilson Elementary School. We hope that you take full advantage of this opportunity for academic and enrichment classes for grades K4 – 8th. Please see pages 48-54 for full details. Any questions on the Summer Academy can be directed to Lindsey Moore at email@example.com The Recreation Department would like to introduce the new member of our team, Emily Kuspa, to the community. Emily had been hired as the Before and After School Coordinator in the district. She will be implementing the NEW before and after school care program at all 3 elementary schools starting in Fall for the ’18-’19 school year. Emily is coming from the City of Greenfield Parks and Recreation Department where she was very instrumental in helping start their before and after school care program 2 years ago. We are very excited to have Emily on board and look forward to a successful first school year. Details on the program will come out in March to the community. I wish you and your families an amazing Summer of fun and learning. If you have any ideas, suggestions, or concerns, please feel free to reach out to me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org Recreationally, Mike Schoemer Recreation Director
M-T RECREATION DEPARTMENT 3 Index: Page Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department March 2018 Adult/Senior Programs Published three (3) times yearly: March, July, November Fitness....................................... 4-7 Volume 1 (2018) Issue 6 Range Line School - 11040 North Range Line Road, Sports ....................................... 8-9 Mequon, WI 53092 Enrichment ........................... 10-12 Bus Trips............................... 13-15 OFFICE HOURS: Monday -Friday - 7:30am-4:00pm Free Programs ..................... 16-20 CLOSED: March 30, May 28, July 4, September 3 Youth Programs TELEPHONE NUMBERS: Sports ................................... 21-39 Program Information and Cancellations Enrichment............................ 40-47 M-T Recreation Office: (262) 238-7535 Summer Academy................. 48-54 Fax: (262) 238-7550 Academic............................... 55-57 Dance & Drama..................... 58-60 Michael Schoemer, Recreation Director Music .................................... 61-62 238-7536 email@example.com Aquatics.................................... 63-65 Michelle Breitigam, Administrative Assistant Tennis....................................... 66-68 238-7535 firstname.lastname@example.org Golf........................................... 69-71 Preschool Programs................. 72-75 Emily Kuspa, Before/After School Coordinator Youth Sport 238-7548 email@example.com Organizations........................ 76-80 Community Sponsors............... 81-82 Sarah Roesch, Senior Programmer Financial Assistance...................... 83 238-7537 firstname.lastname@example.org Registration Information........... 84-85 Lindsey Moore, Summer Academy Coordinator Registration Forms................... 86-87 238-4651 email@example.com BROCHURE DESIGN BY: Kay Koepplin, Recreation Office Assistant Yvonne Eynon 238-7547 firstname.lastname@example.org GENERAL INFORMATION The information contained herein will enable you and your family to enjoy a season of FUN AND LEARNING. We hope you will take advantage of the activities listed, and enjoy your involvement in them. Please respect the property, rules and regulations established, and the program supervisors who are there to make the activity personally enjoyable. If interested in knowing more about any of the listed programs, please contact the Recreation Department. Please note that dates, times and locations listed may be subject to change. Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department - MISSION STATEMENT - The role of the M-T Recreation Department is to create a closer partnership between school and community through greater utilization of school facilities, resources, and improved community relations. Public schools, an important resource in every community, are an integral part of our recreation programming. Utilizing public school resources through recreation and leisure programming expands and enhances lifelong learning opportunities in the community while making maximum use of existing school and community resources. Recreation Department programs are primarily supported by participant user fees.
4 ADULT/SENIOR PROGRAMS - Fitness Muscle Conditioning Fitness This is a one hour class designed to increase your heart rate into at least the fat burning zone and tone and sculpt your body using handheld weights; a fusion of cardiovascular training and weight training. After a warm-up you will learn combinations of movements designed to push your body and cardiovascular system into the next level. Options are given to encourage each participant to work at their own level. After forty five minutes of using handheld weights, gravity, and your body weight we will focus on muscle endurance training to improve your strength and ability to perform everyday tasks. Options given in this class will assist every participant whether you want to increase your fitness so that you’re not winded when you walk up a flight of stairs, or increase your fitness to become more physically athletic. Please be sure to bring a mat and handheld weights. Location: Range Line School Gymnasium Fee: Resident $58/Non-Resident $63 Time: 8:30am – 9:30am Days: Tuesday and Thursday Session1: April 19, 24, 26, May 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29 (6 Wks) (May 3 in Cafeteria) Course #: 322013 Session 2: May 31, June 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28, July 3, 5, 10 (6 Wks) Course #: 322014 Session 3: July 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, 31, August 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21 (6 Wks) (August 14 in Cafeteria) Course #: 322015 Session 4: August 23, 28, 30, Sept 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27, Oct 2 (6 Wks) Course #: 122012 Min/Max: 8/24 Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date. Instructor: Connie Disalvo – email@example.com Principles and Foundations of Group Exercise Certified and CPR Pro Tai Chi Summer Class Specialty Class open to all Students of Tai Chi. There will be two sections of Grandmasters Yin’s 2-person 8-section Staff! Get ready to apply your Tai Chi skills to a new form! Location: Range Line School – Cafeteria Dates: Thursdays – June 21 – August 9 (Skip June 28) 7 weeks Beginners: Course # 322063 Time: 9:00am – 10:00am Continuing: Course # 322064 Time: 10:15am – 11:15am Fee: Resident $78/Non-Resident $86 Min/Max: 6/20 Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date. Instructor: KT Rusch is a certified teacher from the Tai Chi Center of Milwaukee, where she has studied and practiced for over 20 years. Her classes are known for a personal touch, a sense of humor and a very special Tibetan Singing Bowl Meditation that closes each class. Please look in our next brochure coming out the first week of August for fall Tai Chi classes resuming September 6.
Adult/Senior Fitness Continued 5 DANCE AEROBICS - CARDIO WORKOUT Cardio blasting workout that is fun with great music!! Would you like to look good and feel great? This fun class will help you to get in shape and stay healthy. The benefits you’ll experience from consistent exercise are numerous. This class is a total body workout including a warm-up, upper body conditioning, aerobic segment, cool down, mat work and a final stretch. The choreography is great and the variety of music is easy to dance to. Burn calories, build endurance and have FUN while getting fit. We have central air, so you can work out comfortably year round. High and low levels are shown so you can work at your own pace. Wear comfortable work out clothes and shoes. Please bring your own mat and hand weights. Your body and your mind will love you for it!! All sessions are 8 weeks long. Prerequisite: None Ages: 18 and above Location: Range Line School Gym in Mequon – AIR CONDITIONED!! 11040 N Range Line Rd Days: Mondays and Wednesdays Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm Session 1: April 25, 30, May 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 30, June 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20 (8 wks) (Skip May 28) (May 2 in Cafeteria) Course #: 329072 Session 2: June 25, 27, July 2, 5(Thurs), 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30, Aug 1, 6, 8, 13, 15 (8 wks) (Skip July 4) Course #: 329073 Session 3: Sept 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, Oct 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29 (8 wks) Course #: 129034 Fee: Resident $65/Non-Resident $71 each session Min/Max: 15/30 Registration: Complete M -T Recreation Form and submit to the Recreation office one week prior to starting date for each session. Late registrations accepted. Sorry, no pro-rating. Instructor: Connie Cibik, Certified Instructor ADULT MORNING SWIM PROGRAM MORNING FITNESS PROGRAM The Homestead High School swimming pool will be open from 5:30am until 7:00am and the Weight Room and Fieldhouse will be open from 5:30am until 6:45am Monday – Friday. Lockers and shower facilities are available for use. Please bring your own towel and a lock to secure your valuables. There is no fee for the use of the facilities, but it is necessary for you to sign in when you use them. A sign-in sheet will be in the weight room (for those using the field house or weight room) and in the pool (for those using the pool). Parking is available in the northwest lot near the Aquatic Center Entrance. REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department
6 Adult/Senior Fitness Continued SENIOR DANCE AEROBICS Join us to get in shape and stay healthy. This is a fun and friendly class that combines a cardio warm- up, an aerobic dance segment, a cool-down, upper body conditioning, mat work, and a final stretch. The choreography is easy to learn, and the variety of music will inspire you to move! High and low levels are shown so you can work at your own pace. Wear comfortable clothes and athletic shoes, and bring your own mat and hand weights. We’d love to meet you! Questions – Carol Foss - 414-628-6443 firstname.lastname@example.org Location: Range Line School – Gym Days: Mondays and Wednesdays Time: 9:00am – 10:00am Spring II: Course #: 222047 Dates: April 30 – June 20 (no 5/28) Fee: Resident $62/Non-Resident $68 Summer I: Course #: 322028 Dates: June 25 – August 15 (no 7/4) Fee: Resident $62/Non-Resident $68 Fall I: Course # 122021 Dates: September 5 – October 24 Fee: Resident $62/Non-Resident $68 Min/Max: 15/30 Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date. Instructor: Carol Foss MORNING Gentle Yoga Enjoy a light, gentle flow-style of Hatha yoga to help release tension and fatigue with this mind/body experience to promote well-being. This class offers a chance to unwind and improve mobility – with calming yet energizing exercises to improve posture, circulation, balance, range-of-motion and strength, while promoting tranquility. It’s always advised that your doctor be consulted before starting yoga or any new form of exercise. Yoga mats, blocks, straps are available for use if needed. Bring to class if desired: Yoga mat, pillow for support, if needed, blanket, if desired, water to stay hydrated is always a good idea. Wear to class: comfortable stretchy clothes and we remove shoes for class. Location: Range Line School – Gym Fall I: Course #: 122055 Day: Mondays Dates: August 13 – October 1 (no 9/3) Time: 10:30am – 11:30am Fee: Resident $72/Non-Resident $80 Min/Max: 6/20 Summer I: Course #: 222071 Registration: Deadline is one week before the start Dates: April 23 – June 11 (no 5/28) date. Fee: Resident $69/Non-Resident $76 Instructor: Erica Boos – RYT (registered yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance with Summer II: Course #: 322030 over 200 hours of teacher training. Dates: June18 – July 30 Fee: Resident $72/Non-Resident $80
Adult/Senior Fitness Continued 7 BALANCE & CORE This functional exercise class will help you improve your balance and strengthen the abdominal and back muscles. Exercises to increase leg strength, endurance and flexibility will be performed seated, standing using your body weight. Please bring hand weights and water if needed. This is a great class for strengthening as you age. Location: Range Line School – Cafeteria Days: Mondays Time: 1:30pm – 2:30pm Spring II: Course #: 222096 Dates: April 9 – May 14 (no 4/2) Fee: Resident $57/Non-Resident $63 Summer I: Course #: 322084 Dates: May 21 – July 9 (no 5/28) (no 6/25) Fee: Resident $57/Non-Resident $63 Fall I: Course #: 122096 Dates: September 10 – October 15 Fee: Resident $57/Non-Resident $63 Min/Max: 8/20 Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date. Instructor: K.T. Rusch REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department
8 Adult/Senior Sports Great physical conditioning and a lot of fun! This sport offers something for everyone. Instruction will be offered for all who wish it. Rackets will be furnished or you may bring your own. Shuttlecocks will be provided. The schedule may change depending upon school calendar. Provide your email address on your registration form to receive information regarding changes in schedule. Age: Adults ONLY – Children are not allowed to accompany parents Location: Whitefish Bay Field House Dates: June 13 – August 15 (Skip July 4 & 25) Day: Wednesdays Time: 7:30pm – 9:30pm Fee: Resident $25/Non-Resident $35 Supervisor: Doug Kane Course #: 317021 Bocce Ball WOW! Now we are in our 8th season of Bocce! Our participants are making new friends and have had a great time playing. This game is played around the world and closely resembles bowling, but requires a different set of skills. Meet seniors from other centers by participating in a match. Location: Range Line School Front Lawn Clinic Date: Tuesday, May 22 Time: 9:00am – 10:00am Fee: Free Course #: 322055 Summer I: Course #: 322056 Play Dates: Tuesdays, May 29, June 5, 19, 26 (no 6/12) Time: 9:00am – 10:30am Fee: Resident $8/Non-Resident $10 Min/Max: 4/16 Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date. Instructor: Joe Puccinelli
Adult/Senior Sports Continued 9 Yes, PICKLEBALL – the fun game with the funny name, is one of the fastest-growing sports in the nation! Created in the backyard of Washington Congressman Joel Pritchard in 1965, it is a combination of badminton, tennis and table tennis, and is enjoyed by all age groups. Using a badminton-sized court, tennis-height net, table tennis-type paddle, and a baseball-sized whiffle ball, usually played by doubles, this game has few rules and is far less strenuous than tennis. It is easy to learn and provides plenty of exercise and eye-hand coordination; a game of strategy for both men and women, you don’t have to be tall and powerful. Want to watch a video? Go to www.USAPA.org, click on link “What is Pickleball?” under Training and Court Info link or sit in on any Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday open court session to see if you’d like it. Location: Range Line School Gym ** Pickleball players can purchase a 10-play punch card in the Recreation Office (Monday – Friday - 8am – 4pm) for $30 for residents/$33 for non-residents, good for any day of play and DOES NOT EXPIRE. Each participant is responsible for bringing and punching their card each time they play. Once the card is full, another can be purchased. Drop in rate for participants without a punch card is a $5.00 fee. Below are the dates for Open Courts on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays through September 2018 Tuesdays – (1:00-3:00pm @ Range Line School Gym) Mar 6, 13, 20, 27, April 10, 17, 24, May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, June 5, 12, 19, 26, July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, Aug 7, 21, 28, Sept 4, 11, 18, 25 (SKIP April 3, August 14) Thursdays – (1:00-3:00pm @ Range Line School Gym) Mar 1, 8, 15, 29, April 5, 12, 19, 26, May 10, 17, 24, 31, June 7, 14, 21, 28, July 5, 12, 19, 26, Aug 2, 16, 23, 30, Sept 6, 13, 20, 27 (SKIP March 22, May 3, August 9) Saturdays – (9:00-11:00am @ Range Line School Gym) Mar 3, 10, 17, 31, April 7, 14, 21, 28, May 12, 19, 26, June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, July 7, 14, 21, 28, Aug 4, 18, 25, Sept 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 (SKIP March 24, May 5, August 11) REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department
10 Adult/Senior Enrichment UP YOUR DIGITAL GAME We live in a visual and technical world. Give yourself a digital edge by learning how to combine photography, graphic design and multimedia to enhance your school assignments or just expand your digital skill set. If you cannot bring your own smartphone or tablet, equipment will be provided for you. Ages: 9 – 99 years Location: Homestead High School, Room 405 Dates: Mon – Thurs, Aug 13 – 16 Time: 10:00am – Noon Fee: Resident $100/Non-Resident $125 Min/Max: 6/24 Course #: 327010 Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date. Instructor: Rachel Rauch – Certified Journalism Educator, English and Publications Teacher at Homestead High School FAMILY FULL MOON MEANDER Enjoy the beautiful Back Forty at its moonlit best!! We will use ALL of our heightened senses to explore the lore of the moon cycles, search for and maybe become friendly, nocturnal critters and just experience together the calming cadence of a Summer evening. Location: Range Line School – Amazing Back Forty (Park and Meet at Back Forty Sign) Date: Thursday June 14 Time: 8:00pm – 9:15pm Fee: Resident $10 per family, 1 adult must accompany every 2 minor children Course #: 312036 Registration: Deadline for registration is 3 days before the start date. Instructor: Wendy Seaman is a certified in both Early Childhood Education and the Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards (WMELS). For seven years, she directed a nature acclimatization day camp project for school age children and loves to share music, photography and natural history with her campers.
Adult/Senior Enrichment Continued 11 13 Korean Style Tacos and Kimchi Quesadillas Get ready for Korean - Mexican Fusion Cooking and welcome to a world culinary adventure this summer! Join local Home Cook and founder of Kosari Kimchi, Saehee Chang, to make Korean Style Tacos and delicious, savory Kimchi Quesadillas! This class will explore the fun and easy ways of combining different cooking traditions together. So let’s look forward to an engaging, tasty and interactive cooking class. Date: June 20 Fee: Resident $30/Non-Resident $40 Day: Wednesday Course #: 329036 Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm Min/Max: 3/8 Location: Nicolet High School, Room B133 Instructor: Saehee Chang NE W 6701 N. Jean Nicolet Road Glendale, WI Everyday Sewing with YOUR Machine Studio Description Let’s apply your sewing skills by completing a fashion or home decor project of your choice. Participants will learn how to read a pattern, practice techniques for layout and cutting and receive guidance as needed throughout the sewing process. Participant will need to purchase their own pattern and fabric prior to the first class session. Ages: 16 years and older Location: Lydell Community Center, Room 22 5205 N. Lydell Ave., Whitefish Bay, WI 53217 Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date. Studio: Day: Tuesdays Dates: June 19 – July 31 (Skip July 3) Maximum: 4 Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm Fee: Resident $55/Non-Resident $65 Course #: 329047 Instructor: Sandy Saltzstein Safety Driving 55 Alive Class Learn defensive driving techniques, new traffic laws, rules of the road, and much more in this exciting course. Find out how to adjust your driving to age-related changes in vision, learning and reaction time. You might even get and insurance discount! You don’t have to take a test either! Millions of people have taken advantage of this valuable course. Please bring your driver’s license and an AARP card if you have one. Sign up now! Space is limited. Location: Range Line School – Room # 108 Date: Thursday, June 28 Time: 8:30am – 12:30pm Fee: $20 Min/Max: 11/25 Course #: 322044 Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date. Instructor: Marie Renn REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department
12 Adult/Senior Enrichment Continued Acrylics and Mixed Media As we are moving toward the nice weather, fresh new ideas come to mind. Sunshine and clouds, rain and wind. Lots of ideas to work with as we come to the spring session. Come join us with your ideas. Supply List; #140 pound watercolor paper or canvas, assorted brushes, pencil, erasers, water container, and paper towels. Acrylic paint and if desired watercolor paint can be used. Photos and pictures for ideas can be brought with you. Location: Range Line School – Room #108 Days: Thursdays, May 10 – June 14 Time: 1:30pm – 3:30pm Fee: Resident $65/Non-Resident $71 Min/Max: 8/12 Course #: 322017 Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date. Instructor: Judy Clemens Fairy Gardens Bring a child (or two), a smock, apron or Grandpa’s old shirt and let’s create a Miniature Fairy Garden you’ll take home when finished. Be prepared to plant a “little”, paint a “little” and have a “little” fun with your little guest child (age 6 and older). All materials, including your own Fairy will be provided. Registration includes one Fairy Garden. Please register separately for each additional garden. Children ages of 6 and up must bring one adult along, parent/grandparent, to help with this fun project. Location: Range Line School – Room # 109 Day: Thursday, June 21 Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm Fee: Resident $39/Non-Resident $43 Min/Max: 3/10 Course #: 322018 Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date. Instructor: Betsy Roberts. Mah Jongg Winds! Bams! Dragons! Learn an ancient game with a modern twist. Mah Jongg has been a popular game in America since the 1920’s. (Note: this is NOT merely matching tiles, sometimes erroneously called Mah Jongg.) Combining both luck and skill, you will find people of all ages. Although this game of Chinese tiles is played by 4 people, the play is individual so partners are not needed. Groups of “Mahj” friends play regularly for years, so come and see why so many people have enjoyed this game for so long! You too will be able to play after this class. Fee includes current National Mah Jongg League Cards and materials. Location: Range Line School – Room #110 Course #: 222076 Dates: Wednesdays, April 11, 18, 25 Min/Max: 6/16 May 2, 9, 16 Registration: Deadline is one week before the Time: 10:00am – 11:30am start date. Fee: Resident $65/Non-Resident $71 Instructor: Janet Fine
Adult/Senior Bus Trips 13 15 BADGER BAND Under the direction of Professor Michael Leckrone, (he hasn’t retired as of printing) the Wisconsin Band has become the top collegiate marching band in the nation. Why? Because the Wisconsin Band consists of over 300 hard-working enthusiastic students and staff members who strive to keep “raising the bar” year after year. On Thursday April 19th the UW Varsity Marching Band will celebrate its 44th annual spring concert at the Kohl Center. No other collegiate band puts on such an extravaganza complete with professional staging, lighting, sound and pyrotechnics performed for 25,000 Badger fans each year. The Wisconsin Band is pleased to announce another action-packed spring concert with special guests to be announced. There will be lots of surprises and special effects. Location: Range Line School – Cafeteria Day: Thursday, April 19 Time: Bus loads 2:30pm Bus leaves 2:45pm Bus returns approx. 11:30pm Fee: $60 Course #: 222087 Min/Max: 5/No max © Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date. BREWER’S GAME #1 Attend a Brewer Game with family and friends and you won’t have to worry about the parking. The Kansas City Royals are in town for this home stand as we arrive in grand style in our coach bus. For easier walking we will be dropped off at the handicapped entrance. It is a special day for seniors with great seats in the loge section along first base line with afternoon shade and easy access to food and restrooms. Our group name will even be on the scoreboard. When registering, please indicate seat pairings for the game and bus. Location: Range Line School parking lot (SW corner) Bus loads 10:45am Bus leaves 11:00am Bus returns approx. 4:00pm Date: Wednesday, June 27 (1:10pm start) Fee: $48 – includes coach bus and ticket Max: 25 © Course #: 322052 Registration: Deadline for group tickets is Wednesday, May 30, after this date check for availability. No refunds given after this date and bus times are subject to change. REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department
14 Adult/Senior Bus Trips Continued MILWAUKEE LAKEFRONT FIREWORKS JULY 3, 2018 Best Seats in the House Summer Cookout Buffet at the War Memorial Hop on our air-conditioned coach and head to downtown Milwaukee to see the lakefront fireworks. Avoid the headache of parking and traffic, leave the driving to us. Be dropped off at the War Memorial, enjoy a delicious Picnic Style dinner (Brats, Burgers, BBQ Pork and all the Fixin’s + Unlimited Beer, Wine, & Soda), while tapping to great Live music. Then we will be wowed by the spectacular view of the Fireworks Extravaganza. Please call the Germantown Senior Center – 262-253-7799 to register. Location: Germantown Center Mall (behind Starbucks, (center of parking) Date: Tuesday, July 3rd NE Time: Pick-up 4:45pm W Return 11:00pm Fee: $89 Registration: Deadline is May 1, 2018 at the Germantown Senior Center 262-253-7799. Brewer’s Game #2 Attend a Brewer Game with family and friends and you won’t have to worry about the parking. The Cincinnati Reds are in town for this home stand as we arrive in grand style in our coach bus. For easier walking we will be dropped off at the handicapped entrance. It is a special senior’s day with great seats in the loge section along first base line with afternoon shade and easy access to food and restrooms. Our group name will even be on the scoreboard. When registering, please indicate seat pairings for the game and bus. Location: Range Line School parking lot (SW corner) Bus loads 10:45am Bus leaves 11:00am Bus returns approx. 4:30pm Date: Wednesday, August 22 (1:10pm start) Fee: $48 includes coach bus and ticket Max: 25 Course #: 322053 Registration: Deadline for group tickets is Thursday, July 19 after this date check for availability. No refunds given after this date and bus times are subject to change.
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16 Adult/Senior Free Programs Navigating the World of Senior Care Location: Range Line School and all classes are free. Part #1 – Finding the “right” Senior Community and Affording It – Did you know there are over 500 senior communities in the Milwaukee metro area? How do you decide which one is the “right” one for you or your loved one? What are the best ways to pay for assisted living? Date: Tuesday, May 1 Course #: 322010 – Room #109 Time: 10:00am – 11:30am Part #2 – What I Wish I Would Have Known Before Mom Broke Her Hip – Get the inside information about what to expect in the hospital, rehab, home care and assisted living and what your choices are when planning ahead. Date: Tuesday, May 8 Course #: 322011– Room #109 Time: 10:00am – 11:30am Part #3 – The Most Important Conversation – Whether you are parents wanting to talk to your children about your medical and financial wishes or children wanting to make sure Mom and Dad are clear on what they want in case of emergency, the conversation is a hard one. Learn about how to have the conversation, what to cover and about the experts available to help you along the way. Date: Tuesday, May 15 Course #: 322012 – Room #109 Time: 10:00am – 11:30am Min/Max: 4/18 Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date. Instructor: Lauren O’Desky is a Certified Senior Advisor and Owner of Oasis Senior Advisors of Northshore Milwaukee. She is a specialist in dementia care and assisted living placement and lectures on a variety of senior related topics. Lauren is a resident of Mequon.
Adult/Senior Free Programs Continued 17 CELL PHONE So you got that brand new cell phone and can’t make heads or tails out of it with all the different things that can be done especially texting to that favorite grandchild. In this informative class you will get hands-on experience with the basics of the cell phone, texting and taking a picture (if your phone has the capability). Class is taught by that age group that has grown up on this kind of technology. This will be a class with lots of helpers for you, so no walk-ins will be accepted. Call 262-238-7537 to see if class is still available. Location: Range Line School – Room #108 Time: 9:30am – 10:30am Spring 1: Course #: 322026 Date: Thursday, April 12 Spring 2: Course #: 322027 Date: Monday, May 7 Fee: Free Min/Max: 4/16 Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date. Effective Strategies for Selling Your Home in Today’s Market Thinking about selling your home, but don’t know where to start? The good news is that it’s a great time to sell, especially because there is a relatively low inventory of homes on the market right now. However, even in our hot housing market, do you wonder why some homes sell quickly and others don’t? There is a secret to their success! This seminar will provide proven strategies to help you prepare your house for sale and price it competitively to get your house sold quickly for the best price. Time for questions. Location: Range Line School – Room #108 Day: Thursday, May 10 Time: 10:30am to 11:30am Fee: Free Course #: 322008 Min/Max: 8/20 Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date. Instructor: Patti Schulz, SRES, ABR, SSFS Shorewest Realtors Multi-Million Dollar Producer Shorewest National Sales Award Winner 2012, 2013, 2015 Five Star Real Estate Agent, Best in Client Satisfaction Award Winner Milwaukee Magazine REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department
18 Adult/Senior Free Programs Continued For Your Health Range Line School These presentations are free. Poly-Pharmacy – The reality of our world today, including the influence and advances of Western Medicine, is that millions of people are prescribed multiple medications for various ailments. These can be helpful, but unfortunately, they can be harmful as well. We’ll dive in to the potential risks of this practice and how it affects people on a daily basis. Date: Tuesday, May 15 – 10:30am – 11:30am Course #: 322022 – Conference Room Fall Risk – Are you at risk of falling? The answer may surprise you. What can you do about it? How can you protect yourself when you’re at home? At work? Even at the hospital? We’ll discuss who’s at risk and why. Find out new ways hospitals are trying to make their own facilities safer. Come learn about things you can do at home and much more. Date: Tuesday, June 19 – 10:30am – 11:30am Course #: 322023 – Room #109 Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date. Instructor: Dr. Michael Brin D.O.FACEP MPH Medical Director, Emergency Department Columbia-St. Mary’s Ozaukee The Mequon-Thiensville Community Book Club Please join us for monthly book discussions. Our choices will concentrate on a variety of current titles, with a classic thrown in here and there! And no, it is not just for women, Everyone is welcome! Be prepared to talk, listen and share your thoughts and reactions to the month’s selection. Participants will be responsible for obtaining their books. Location: Frank L. Weyenberg Library of Mequon-Thiensville Dates: May 15, June 19, July 17, August 21 Time: 1:30pm – 2:30pm Fee: Free Min/Max: 5/20 Facilitator: Ashley Pike, Patron Services Manager of Weyenberg Library Date: Tuesday, May 15 – “Fall of Marigolds” by Susan Meissner Date: Tuesday, June 19 – “Turtles All the Way Down” by John Green Date: Tuesday, July 17 – “Janesville: An American Story” by Amy Goldestein Date: Tuesday, August 21 – “Sing, Unburied, Sing” by Jesmyn Ward
Adult/Senior Free Programs Continued 19 Celebrate Older Americans Month At Range Line School in Mequon, Wisconsin 11040 N. Range Line Road Sarah Roesch 262-238-7537 This year the theme for Older Americans Month is “Engage At Every Age: May 2018” The Senior Advisory Committee invites you to celebrate Older Americans Month with us on Thursday, May 17th. The theme this year is “Engage At Every Age: May 2018”. This is emphasizing that you are never too old (or too young) to take part in activities that can enrich your physical, mental and emotional well-being and celebrate the many ways older adults make a difference in their communities. Have you ever played “Then and Now?” A group of young people will be here to listen to your memories and to play “Then and Now” with us. Example ...Then – a dial phone ... Now – a cell phone. Do you have any older items that you would like to bring to share? Prizes will be given out. Also bring a device that you have questions about. The young people love to share their knowledge about electronic devices, tablets, phones, etc. To end our session, Lila, the comfort Dog from Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church will be paying a visit. Call Sarah – 262-238-7537 for more Information or to share an older item. Light refreshments will be served. Location: Range Line School – Conference Room Date: Thursday, May 17 Time: 10:00am – 11:30am Fee: Free Min/Max: 10/20 Course #: 322016 Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date. Hope to see you at our event. You can register for all of this fun and excitement by calling Sarah at 262-238-7537 or by e-mail at email@example.com EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS Patty Ruth, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator for the Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department will discuss the importance of planning ahead for disasters. We go to great lengths planning for events that are far less significant. Being prepared can lessen the negative impact of a disaster, Save Money and Save Lives. Be Prepared: Be informed, Get a Kit, Make a Plan, and Get Involved. There will be time for questions. Location: Range Line School – Room #108 Day: Monday, June 4 Time: 10:30am – 11:30am Fee: Free Course #: 322021 Min/Max: 5/No max Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date. REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department
20 Adult/Senior Free Programs Continued ALZHEIMER’S “Know the 10 signs: Early Detection Matters” The warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease are often dismissed as side effects of normal aging. If you or someone you know is experiencing memory loss or behavioral, changes, it’s time to learn the facts. Early detection gives you a chance to begin drug therapy, enroll in clinical studies and plan for the future. Attend this interactive workshop to learn the 10 warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease. We’ll separate myth from reality and address commonly-held fears about Alzheimer’s in America. Hear from people who have the disease and find out how recognize the signs in yourself and others. Time for questions after. Location: Range Line School – Room #108 Registration: Deadline is one week before Time: 10:00am – 11:00am the start date. Date: Thursday, May 31 Instructor: Sarah Prohuska, Ozaukee and Fee: Free Washington County Community Course # 322019 Outreach Coordinator Min/Max: 5/15 “Memory Loss, Dementia, and Alzheimer’s Disease: The Basics” This program provides information that everyone should know about memory loss and what that means for all of us. Explore memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Learn about risk factors, research, treatments, and steps to a proper diagnosis/assessment. Join us for this comprehensive overview. Location: Range Line School – Room #108 Registration: Deadline is one week before Time: 10:00am – 11:00am the start date. Date: Thursday, June 14 Instructor: Sarah Prohuska, Ozaukee and Fee: Free Washington County Community Course #: 322020 Outreach Coordinator Min/Max: 5/15 Morning and Afternoon Activities Senior Dining Program As many of you already know our meal site for Mequon-Thiensville area is located here at Range Line School. The suggestion donation for the lunch is $4.00, serving at 12:00noon, attending for the first time is free. Reduced taxi vouchers are available for transportation to and from the location. For more information or to make a reservation, please contact Patty 262-483-1937 or Kari 262-238-8120. Monthly menu calendars are available. Monthly Events/Meal Program An information specialist from the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County will be on the premises. She will answer questions so that you don’t have to drive to Port Washington. Please call 262-238-8120 for date. Celebrate Older Americans Month This year’s theme “Engage At Every Age: May 2018”. This emphasizes that you are never too old or too young to engage in activities. It will be celebrated here on Thursday, May 17. Senior Games Senior games between Seniors from Cedarburg, Grafton, Mequon, & Port Washington start on Wednesday, May 23 with a run/walk & dessert. Lots of activities to participate in; swimming, golf, bocce ball, sheepshead, bike riding, and pickleball, with 17 events in all. Call Sarah for more info. 262-238-7537 Ozaukee County Senior Conference The Conference for Seniors featuring a guest speaker, interesting sessions, lots of exhibitors, great food and socializing with other Seniors is Tuesday, June 12. Call Sarah for more info. 262-238-7537. This year it will be held at the Country Inn & Suites in Port Washington due to construction at Grafton High School.
YOUTH PROGRAMS - Sports 21 HOMESTEAD HOOP CAMP Boys Grades 1-9 Sean Crider, Boys Head Basketball Coach at Homestead High School, and his staff will provide instruction for the 27th Annual Homestead Hoop Camp. The camp is open to boys entering first through ninth grade. The camp goals are to teach fundamentals, provide individual instruction, emphasize academics, promote character development, and have fun while learning. Camp highlights are each camper gets a ball, prizes, T-shirts, contests, and team competition. Location: Homestead High School Field House or Main Gym Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date. Date: Mon – Fri, June 11 – 15 (Held in Field House at Homestead) Course #: 317001 Age: Boys entering grade 1 Time: 10:00am – 11:00am Fee: Resident $42/Non-Resident $52 Course #: 317002 Age: Boys entering grade 2 Time: 10:00am – 11:00am Fee: Resident $42/Non-Resident $52 Course #: 317003 Age: Boys entering grade 3 Time: 11:10am – 1:10pm Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77 Course #: 317004 Age: Boys entering grade 4 Time: 11:10am – 1:10pm Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77 Course #: 317005 Age: Boys entering grade 5 Time: 1:30pm – 3:30pm Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77 Course #: 317006 Age: Boys entering grade 6 Time: 1:30pm – 3:30pm Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77 Date: Mon – Fri, June 18 – 22 (Held in Main Gym at Homestead) Course #: 317007 Age: Boys entering grade 7 Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77 Course #: 317008 Age: Boys entering grade 8 Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77 Course #: 317009 Age: Boys entering grade 9 Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77 REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department
22 Youth Programs/Sports Continued GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMP Girls Grades 1-9 Corey Wolf, Girls Head Basketball Coach at Homestead High School, and her staff will instruct a girls basketball camp for girls entering grades 1 through 9. You will find the camp staff to be enthusiastic, dedicated and hard working. Emphasis is placed on fundamental skills, ball handling, passing, shooting, and rebounding. Location: Homestead High School Field House Dates: Mon – Fri, June 18 – 22 Course #: 317136 Age: Girls entering grades 1-5 Time: 9:00am – 11:00am Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77 Course #: 317137 Age: Girls entering grade 6-9 Time: 12:00pm – 2:00pm Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77 Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date. BASKETBALL ACADEMY Boys and Girls Grades 4-9 The Basketball Academy is designed for the serious basketball player ready to improve their game. Basketball is a game that requires practice and repetition to be successful. Homestead High School Boys Basketball Coach, Sean Crider, will direct the Basketball Academy sessions for the boys. Homestead High School Girls Basketball Coach, Corey Wolf, will direct the Basketball Academy for the girls. Let Coach Crider and Coach Wolf help you put a plan together to be the best basketball player you can be. You will be given individual and partner drills that can be done on your own to help you improve. Skills that will be emphasized: Higher Level Ball Handling – Detailed Shooting Techniques – Passing and Catching – Individual and Team Defense – Reading and Setting Screens – And much more!! Fee: Resident $80/Non-Resident $90 Girls: Location will be at the Lake Shore Middle School Gym Dates: Wednesdays & Fridays – June 27, 29, July 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27 (Skip July 4 & 6) Course #: 317128 Girls entering grades 7-9 Time: 8:30am – 10:00am Course #: 317129 Girls entering grades 4-6 Time: 10:15am – 11:45am Boys: Location will be at the Lake Shore Middle School Gym Dates: Tuesdays & Thursdays – June 26, 28, July 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26 (Skip July 3 & 5) Course #: 317130 Boys entering grades 7-9 Time: 8:30am – 10:00am Course #: 317131 Boys entering grades 4-6 Time: 10:15am – 11:45am Registration: Deadline is one week prior to start date or once max is reached. Min/Max: 10/30 Instructors: Sean Crider, Homestead High School Boys Head Basketball Coach and Corey Wolf Homestead High School Girls Head Basketball Coach.
Youth Programs/Sports Continued 23 girls lacrosse camp Campers will work with Homestead Girls Lacrosse players and coaches who have an extensive knowledge of the game, as well as personal playing experience. Our camp is an instructional lacrosse camp for girls incoming grades 5th – 8th. Campers will receive instruction in fundamentals, skills, rules, and techniques. They will also have the opportunity to flex their newfound skills in individual challenges as well as team scrimmages. This camp is designed for beginner and intermediate lacrosse players. Staff will provide instruction regarding stick skills, developmental drills, position-specific technique, team dynamics, and regulation game play – all while growing campers’ love for the game! At the Homestead Girls Lacrosse Camp, our goal is to grow the game of lacrosse and share our passion for the sport through engaging, fun activities that help campers build their skill set while growing their confidence on the field. We hope this camp is only the beginning of a lifelong passion for lacrosse! Any questions can be directed to Heidi Koeger at firstname.lastname@example.org Sponsored by Homestead Girls Lacrosse and the Varsity/JV Girls Players Grades: Incoming 5th – 8th Location: Homestead High School Stadium Dates: Wed – Fri, June 27, 28, & 29 NE W Times: 5:30pm – 8:30pm Course #: 312031 Fee: Resident $125/Non-Resident $135 Players must bring lacrosse goggles, fitted mouth guard, and girls lacrosse stick. Limited supply of gear will be available for use during camp. Gear can be purchased at Burghardt’s Sporting Goods or Hot 4 Lax. Min/Max: 10/100 Registration: Deadline is one week prior to start date. Instructors: Homestead High School Girls Lacrosse Coaches and Players Any questions can be directed to Heidi Koeger at email@example.com REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department
24 Youth Programs/Sports Continued BOYS LACROSSE CAMP Campers will work with staff members who bring knowledge of the game, as well as, personal playing experience. Homestead Boys Lacrosse Camp is an instructional lacrosse camp for boys incoming grades 3rd – 8th. Campers will receive instruction in fundamentals, skills, rules and techniques. Campers have the opportunity to apply what they learn at camp in individual and team competition. This camp is designed for beginner to intermediate lacrosse players. Instruction will include stick work, drills, tight-space play, position, team, and full field concepts – in a fun and competitive environment. At the Homestead Boys Lacrosse Camp, you can expect to find well trained, professional and passionate high school players who are providing their time to help build the skills of your sons, as well as, promoting lacrosse and giving back to their community. It is our goal that this camp provides young players with the confidence and ability to take their game to the next level! SPONSORED BY HOMESTEAD LACROSSE AND THE VARSITY/JV BOYS PLAYERS Grades: Incoming 3rd – 8th Location: Homestead High School Stadium Dates: Wed – Fri, June 20, 21, & 22 Times: 9:00am – 12:00pm Incoming Gr 3rd – 5th Course #: 312029 1:30pm – 4:30pm Incoming Gr 6th – 8th Course #: 312030 Fee: Resident $125/Non-Resident $135 EQUIPMENT IS REQUIRED – RENTAL EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE THROUGH “HOT 4 LAX.” PLEASE CONTACT ROBIN BUCKLEY at 262-717-9996 FOR COSTS. MUST ARRANGE AT LEAST 2 WEEKS PRIOR TO SECURE EQUIPMENT. FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE AND BASED ON AVAILABILITY. Min/Max: 10/200 Registration: Deadline is one week prior to start date. Instructors: Mike LaValle and Homestead High School Players and Coaches
Youth Programs/Sports Continued 25 Homestead Girls Softball Camp Girls will have the opportunity to work with the Homestead coaching staff and their Homestead softball players. We will work on fundamentals such as throwing, catching, fielding, hitting, running bases and a whole lot more! Participants should bring a mitt, bat (if they have one), something to drink, and any other softball equipment that they have. Participants will receive a Tshirt. Location: Homestead High School Softball Field Date: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – 14 NE W Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date. Min/Max: 10/No Max Instructors: Deb Segebrecht - Homestead Varsity Coach, staff and players Grade: Time: Fee: Course #: Entering Gr 1 – 4 1:00pm – 2:15pm Resident $45/Non-Resident $55 317028 Entering Gr 5 – 8 2:30pm – 4:00pm Resident $55/Non-Resident $65 317029 SUMMER FOOTBALL CAMP Boys and Girls Grades 1-9 The Homestead High School football staff will once again host a football camp for grades 1-9. Attitude and learning to do the right thing will be an important component of the camp. Each participant will receive a T-Shirt. Prerequisites: Participants should bring gym clothes, football shoes, and water bottle. Location: Homestead High School Varsity Game Field Director: David Keel, Homestead High School Head Football Coach Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date. Grades 1-4: Fundamentals of flag football will be taught: passing, catching, kicking, blocking, flag pulling, and team skills. Dates: Mon – Thurs, July 9 – 12 Course #: 317276 Age: Boys/Girls entering grades 1 and 2 Time: 8:00am – 9:15am Fee: Resident $48/Non-Resident $58 Course #: 317277 Age: Boys/Girls entering grades 3 and 4 Time 9:30am – 11:00am Fee: Resident $48/Non-Resident $58 Grades 5-9: All fundamentals of football will be taught: passing, catching, kicking, blocking, tackling and team skills. Attitude and learning to do the right thing will be an important component of the camp. Dates: Mon – Thurs, July 9 – 12 Course #: 317227 Age: Boys/Girls entering grades 5 through 7 Time: 12:00pm – 1:45pm Fee: Resident $68/Non-Resident $78 Course #: 317228 Age: Boys/Girls entering grades 8 & 9 Time 2:00pm – 3:45pm Fee: Resident $78/Non-Resident $88 REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department
26 24 Youth Programs/Sports Continued BIGGER, FASTER, STRONGER TRAINING Boys and Girls Grades 8-12 The Homestead High School Weight Room will be open for weight conditioning training for boys and girls entering grades 8-12. Strength and conditioning advisors for Homestead Football will develop a program for participants at all levels of fitness. Supervisors will be coaches within the Homestead High School Football Staff. Emphasis of the program will be on increasing power, explosiveness, speed and agility. Weight Training: Location: Homestead High School Weight Room Dates: June 11 – July 26 (Skip July 4) Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday Grades/Times: 8th and 9th – 7:00am – 8:30am Course #: 317148 Grades/Times: 10th – 12th – 8:30am – 10:00am Course #: 317149 Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77 Speed/Agility Work: Location: Homestead High School Varsity Game Field Dates: Tuesday & Thursday, June 12 through July 26 Grades: 8th – 12th all together Times: 10:15am – 11:00am Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77 Course #: 317150 Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date. STRENGTH & SPEED CAMPS Boys and Girls Entering Grades 6-12 The HHS Weight Room will be open for strength training and HHS Track will be open for speed training for boys and girls entering grades 6-12. Todd Brawner will lead this program. 30 minutes will in the weight room and 30 minutes on the track each day. Emphasis of the program will be on increasing speed, strength and conditioning. Prerequisite: Boys and Girls entering grades 6-12 Location: Homestead High School – Meet in Weight Room Dates: Tues & Thurs, June 12, 14, Dates: Tues & Thurs, July 24, 26, 31, 19, 21, 26, 28, July 3, 5, 10, Aug 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 12, 17, 19 28, 30 Entering Grades: 6th – 8th Entering Grades: 6th – 8th Times: 11:00am – 12:00pm Times: 1:00am – 12:00pm Fee $85 Fee $85 Course #: 317155 Course #: 317157 Dates: Tues & Thurs, June 12, 14, Dates: Tues & Thurs, July 24, 26, 31, 19, 21, 26, 28, July 3, 5, 10, Aug 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 12, 17, 19 28, 30 Entering Grades: 9th – 12th Entering Grades: 9th – 12th Times: 12:00pm – 1:00pm Times: 12:00pm – 1:00pm Fee $85 Fee $85 Course #: 317156 Course #: 317158 Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.
Youth Programs/Sports Continued 27 GOLD MEDAL SPEED CAMPS SPEED – AGILITY – QUICKNESS – CONDITIONING CAMP Under the direction of Todd Brawner, Gold Medal Speed Camps utilize cutting edge training and teaching techniques designed to give you the edge on your competition. Camp participants will make significant improvements in speed, agility, quickness and conditioning. All activities at the training sessions are tied together, working to achieve total athletic development. Athletes from a wide variety of sports benefit from speed, agility and quickness development. Camp objectives include: Perfect Sprinting Mechanics – Faster Starts / Reaction Time – Power Development – Core Strength Development – Improved Agility and Change of Direction – Improved Hand-Eye Coordination – Improved Explosiveness/Jumping Ability – Improved Balance & Coordination – Improved Acceleration / 40yd Performance – Improved Flexibility – Improved Conditioning – Injury Prevention Equipment needed: all purpose gym shoes, t-shirt/shorts, water or sports drink. Director: Todd Brawner – 414-467-1181 Session 1: Grades: Entering 3 – 8 Grade Boys and Girls Dates: Mondays, June 18, 25, July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Time: 9:00am – 10:00am Location: Homestead High School Track Fee: $75 Course #: 317017 Session 2: Grades: Entering 3 – 8 Grade Boys and Girls Dates: Fridays, June 22, 29, July 6, 13, 20, 27, Aug 3 Time: 9:00am – 10:00am Location: Homestead High School Track Fee: $75 Course #: 317018 Session 3: Grades: Entering 3 – 8 Grade Boys and Girls Dates: Monday – Friday, August 13 – 17 Time: 9:00am – 10:00am Location: Homestead High School Track Fee: $65 Course #: 317019 Session 4: Grades: Entering 3 – 8 Grade Boys and Girls Dates: Monday – Friday, August 20 - 24 Time: 9:00am – 10:00am Location: Homestead High School Track Fee: $65 Course #: 317022 REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department
28 Youth Programs/Sports Continued TRACK & FIELD CAMP Boys and Girls Grades 2-9 The Track & Field Camp offers quality instruction for both running and field events on the Homestead Track facility. Participants will be exposed to all events early in the week and they can choose which event group they want to concentrate on. The camp will end with track & field event competition the final two days. The camp is run under the direction of Dan Benson and John Krueger. Prerequisites: Participants should bring a water bottle. Location: Homestead High School Track Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – 14 Fee: Resident $52/Non-Resident $62 Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date. Course #: 317132 Age: Boys & Girls entering grades 2-5 Time: 8:00am – 9:45am Course #: 317133 Age: Boys & Girls entering grades 6-9 Time 10:00am – 11:45am YOUTH TRACK AND FIELD LEAGUE Summer track league with events include sprints, relays, jumps, throws, and distances up to one mile. The league is co-ed and has several teams. All youth league track meets and practices are held at the Homestead High School Track. All meets are on Thursdays evenings from 5:30pm – 7:30pm and parents choose which practice day works best for them, either a Monday or Tuesday evening from 6:00pm – 7:15pm. The league is designed to be a fun and healthy event and is meant for all abilities. All participants will receive a team shirt. Ages: 6 – 13 years old Location: Homestead High School Track Fee: Resident $75/Non-Resident $85 Min/Max: 20/100 Registration: Deadline is one week prior to start date or once max is reached. Instructors: Homestead High School Track Coaches. Any questions can be directed to James DeMarco at firstname.lastname@example.org FIRST DATE OF THURS JUNE 14 IS A “PRACTICE” MEET – ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE TO BE AT THE HOMESTEAD TRACK AT 5:30PM THAT DAY AND TEAMS ARE FORMED FOR THE SEASON. Practice Day: Dates: Times Course # Monday s June 18 – Aug 6 (Skip July 2) 6:00pm – 7:15pm 317142 Tuesdays June 19 – Aug 7 (Skip July 3) 6:00pm – 7:15pm 317143 MEETS WOULD BE THURS, JUNE 14, 21, 28, JULY 12, 19, 26, AUGUST 2, 9 (Skip July 5) MEET SCHEDULE WILL BE HANDED OFF AT THE FIRST PRACTICE DAY
Youth 30 Programs/Sports Continued 29 CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING ACADEMY The focus for the academy is training and is recommended for those interested in becoming a better runner. All abilities are welcome; the only requirement is the desire to improve. Outside of training, athletes will be instructed on topics including motivation, nutrition, biomechanics, weights and circuit training, goal setting, injury prevention and sports psychology. BRING WATER BOTTLE. WATER, GATORADE, AND SNACKS ARE PROVIDED. COST ALSO INCLUDES A BOOK OF ACADEMY NOTES. ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE TO MEET AT THE HOMESTEAD HIGH SCHOOL TRACK. Grades: Entering Grades 4th – 9th Location: Meet at Homestead High School Track Dates: Monday – Friday, August 6 – 10 Times: 10:00am – 2:00pm Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $100 Course #: 317144 Min/Max: 10/60 Registration: Deadline is one week prior to start date or once max is reached. Instructors: Coach James DeMarco has coached 24 state championship teams and had 41 athletes go on to compete in college. He has coached 3 high school teams to finish in the top 10 national rankings and was named the Virginia High School Coach of the Year 5 times! He now coaches the girls cross country team at Homestead High School. Any questions can be directed to Coach DeMarco at email@example.com ALL SPORTS SUMMER CAMP Basketball Soccer Flag Football Track Kickball T-Ball/Baseball Disc Golf Dodgeball The All Sports Camp goal is to introduce and develop basic skills for a wide variety of sports. It is our goal to maintain a high standard of teaching that will lead to complete player development. The All Sports approach is to focus on the important areas of leadership, sportsmanship, teamwork and skill development through lecture, practice station, drills and fun games. We will ensure that each camper has the opportunity to improve his or her skill level while enjoying a positive learning environment. Prerequisite: None Age: Boys and Girls entering grades 3 through 6 Location: Steffen Middle School Gym and outdoor facilities Dates: Mon – Thurs, July 16 – 19 Time: 9:00am – 11:30am Course #: 317292 Fee: Resident $75/Non-Resident $85 Min/Max: 20/120 Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date. Instructors: Dan Benson Homestead H.S. P.E. / Health Dept. Chair, Boy’s Track Coach Certified: PE K-12, First Aid, CPR, AED, Lifeguard John Krueger Homestead H.S. P.E. / Health Teacher, Head Girl’s Golf and Girl’s Track Coach Certified: PE K-12, First Aid, CPR, AED, Lifeguard *Additional qualified staff will help with instruction throughout the week REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department
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