Winter PACE on-line Catalog - Pulaski Community School District

Pulaski Area
Community Education
Winter 2015
PACE Catalog
Pulaski Area Community Education
Visit us at www.pulaskipace.org
Pulaski Community School District
P.O. Box 36, Pulaski, WI 54162
Fax ….. 920-822-6052
Mark Heck ... Coordinator ... 920-822-6051 Email: [email protected]
Deb Schneider...Assistant...920-822-6050 Email: [email protected]
Susan Wheeler...Summer School...920-822-6053 Email: [email protected]
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NEW THIS TIME!
SAVE THESE DATES!
Second Annual
Easter Eggstravaganza
at Hillcrest
Saturday, April 4, 2015
Starts at 10:00am
Royal Icing on Cookies
Page 7
Beginner Sewing Class
Page 5
Pulaski Play Dates
Page 9
Lego Club
Page 14
Third Annual
DOG GREET DOG
Saturday, May 17, 2015
at Pulaski Community Park
Starts at 9:00am
Beating the Winter Blues
Page 14
Doggie Dress-Up
and Parade too
Offerings in this magazine can now be
registered and paid for online using the
directions on the home page of
www.pulaskipace.org
http://pulaski.revtrak.net/
CLASS AND OFFERINGS DISCLAIMER!
when classes, camps, and other offerings are placed in this magazine it is done to provide our community
with information about life-long learning opportunities. We gather the information from the instructors and
coaches and place it into our magazine. Typos and errors are possible even with proofing attempts.
We include the contact information so that you can call the instructor or coach directly.
Instructors and coaches as well as the Building Use Supervisors sometimes must make changes after the
magazine has gone to print. We apologize for any inconvenience these changes may cause, but we cannot
be held responsible for them, or the announcements of them. Changes are posted as soon as we
are made aware of them in our online version at www.pulaskipace.org
PACE tries very diligently to only include reputable and reliable information; please let us know if there is
anything we should be made aware of with our offerings. Thank you for your understanding.
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PACE INTERGENERATIONAL PROGRAMS
THESE CLASSES ARE OPEN TO PEOPLE OF VARIOUS AGES AND
ALL REGISTRANTS WILL BE ATTENDING THE SAME SESSIONS.
Registration Forms can be found on page 31 for these classes. (Numbers in parenthesis indicate number of sessions.)
TAE KWON DO - Glenbrook
PACE’s popular martial arts program…Tae Kwon Do. This course promises to lift your self-esteem, increase your
cardio-vascular capacity, teach you valuable self-defense techniques, and cultivate self-control. Eileen Wusterbarth,
Inst. 822-1010
#W151Tues. (7)
Jan. 13 - Feb. 24
#W152Tues. (7)
March 3 - April 14
#W153Tues. (7)
April 21- June 2
Glenbrook Big Gym
6:00-8:00 PM
Glenbrook Big Gym
6:00-8:00 PM
Glenbrook Big Gym
6:00-8:00 PM
Ages 8 thru Adult
$15.00
Ages 8 thru Adult
$15.00
Ages 8 thru Adult
$15.00
TAE KWON DO - Sunnyside
Tae Kwon Do is the martial art of choice. Learn Self Defense techniques, gain self confidence,and make new friends.
This class will improve your health and fitness. Tae Kwon Do aims to achieve Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, SelfControl and Indomitable Spirit. Master Cheryl Thompson, Inst. 920-373-4023 Email: [email protected]
#W154Mon. (7)
Jan. 12 - Feb. 23
#W155 Mon. (7)
March 2- April 20 (No class 4/6)
#W156 Mon. (5)
April 27 - June 2 (No class 5/25)
Sunnyside Gym 6:00-8:00 PM
Sunnyside Gym
6:00-8:00 PM
Sunnyside Gym
6:00-8:00 PM
Ages 8 thru Adult
$20.00
Ages 8 thru Adult
$20.00
Ages 8 thru Adult
$15.00
TAE KWON DO - Hillcrest
PACE’s popular martial arts program…Tae Kwon Do at Hillcrest. This course promises to lift your self-esteem,
increase your cardio-vascular capacity, teach you valuable self-defense techniques, and cultivate self-control.
Tim Dooley, Inst. 664-2186
#W157Wed. (7)
Jan.14 - Feb. 25
#W158Wed. (7)
March 4 - April 15
#W159Wed. (7)
April 22 - June 3
Hillcrest Gym
6:00-8:00 PM
Hillcrest Gym
6:00-8:00 PM
Hillcrest Gym
6:00-8:00 PM
Ages 8 thru Adult
$15.00
Ages 8 thru Adult
$15.00
Ages 8 thru Adult
$15.00
Tae Kwon Do Just For Kids - Sunnyside
Activities encourage basic physical skills like balance and coordination. Kids will participate in drills that
improve memory and teach self-control. Your child will be taught with discipline through consistent enforcement of
clearly defined rules with emphasis on respect and courtesy.
Master Cheryl Thompson, Inst. 920-373-4023 Email: [email protected] Max of 20
#W1510 Mon. (7)
Sunnyside Gym Ages 4-7
Jan. 12 - Feb. 23
5:00-5:45 PM
$20.00
#W1511 Mon. (7)
Sunnyside Gym Ages 4-7
March 2- April 20 (No class 4/6)
5:00-5:45 PM
$20.00
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PACE INTERGENERATIONAL PROGRAMS
BOGIE’S BOOT CAMP
Whether you want to build/tone muscle, lose inches, lose pounds or simply want to stay in shape with a great workout,
Bogie Boot Camp has it for you! This challenging class is high-paced and will push you to your limits allowing you
to accomplish any goal. Beyond the great workouts, you will receive high energy & detailed instruction focusing on
your form, technique & safety. Classes include work with free-weights, machine weights, medicine balls, bosu balls,
swiss ball, bands and much more. This one hour class will always accommodate all levels of fitness. Meet in Community Fitness Center @ PHS 5 minutes prior to start time. Make a commitment to your fitness and be ready to BRING
IT! To assure a quality class, we will put a 20 person maximum per class, so sign-up now. Only changes to normal
Monday & Wednesday will be: March 2 class will be on Tuesday, March 3
Husband & Wife or Parent & Child signing up together will receive a $10 discount per person.
Dennis Bogacz, Inst. 822-6158 [email protected]
#W1512 Mon. & Wed. (20)
Jan. 5 - March 11
PHS Fitness Center
6:00-7:00 PM
Teens & Adults
$85.00
#W1513 Mon. & Wed. (20)
Jan. 5 - March 11
PHS Fitness Center
7:00-8:00 PM
Teens & Adults
$85.00
ZUMBA @ HILLCREST
Melissa Wagnitz’s classes can also make use of her $5 daily punch card for payment.
Zumba is a dance-fitness program inspired by Latin and international rhythms. The cardio-based dance movements
target glutes, legs, arms, core, abs, and the most important muscle of the body: the heart. No dance experience is
necessary. Zumba has a non-intimidating atmosphere; nobody will expect you to get all of the dance moves down
perfectly. The goal of Zumba is simply to dance and have FUN! Melissa Wagnitz, Inst. 737-0985 [email protected]
gbaps.org Min. 10 & Max. 50.
#W1514 Tues. (6)
Hillcrest Gym
Jan. 6 - Feb. 10 6:00-6:45 PM
#W1516 Tues. (6)
Hillcrest Gym
Feb. 17 - April 7 (No class 3/10 & 24) 6:00-6:45 PM
#W1517 Tues. (6)
Hillcrest Gym
April 14 - May 19 6:00-6:45 PM
Teens & Adults
$20.00
Teens & Adults
$20.00
Teens & Adults
$20.00
BEGINNER SEWING CLASS
Would you like to learn how to sew? Join me and we will learn a new hobby and have fun at the same time. Items
participants must supply: Sewing scissors (8 inch), Sewing gauge ruler (6 inch), box of 1.5 inch length pins, pin
cushion, tape measure, seam ripper, and marking pen. Fabric and thread will also be needed at a later date.
Sue Goulder, Inst. 822-4733, [email protected] Min. 3 and Max. 6
This is a new class and the teacher will supply practice fabric and thread
to use on the middle school sewing machines. This class will run on
Tuesday and Thursday evenings in the FCCLA room at PCMS.
Lesson 1...Introduction to the sewing machine
Lesson 2...Iron, Fabric, Linings, and using Sewing Tools
Lesson 3...Patterns
Lesson 4...Seams and pressing
Lesson 5...Create, make and finish your project
#W1518 Tues. & Thurs. (12)
Jan. 6 - Feb. 12
PCMS FCCLA Rm.
6:30-7:45 PM
5
Grades 6-8
$60.00 Plus supplies & material
PACE INTERGENERATIONAL PROGRAMS
PULASKI AREA COMMUNITY BAND & JAZZ ENSEMBLE
Accepting new members!!
What: Community Band & Jazz Ensemble
Who: Any interested area musicians – especially former band musicians.
When: Wednesdays – Check for dates with Instructor
Time: 7:00-8:30 PM
Where:Pulaski Community Middle School Band Room
Anyone interested in performing in the Pulaski Community Band or who
would like more information, please call Mr. Tim Kozlovsky at 822-6580,
or visit our Facebook page.
13th Annual PCMS/PACE White Water Rafting Trip
Saturday, May 16, 2015
NEW THIS YEAR! ....Open to PCMS and PHS Students
When and where do we leave from? Buses load in front of school by the PCMS arch at 8:45am.
*We will be stopping at a fast food restaurant in Shawano after.
When and where do you get picked up? PCMS arch at 4:00pm. sharp!
Price per student? $35, plus money for lunch.
The Trip: Perfect for paddlers of all ages and abilities with such
infamous rapids as Gilmore Mistake, Burnt Shanty and Shotgun Eddy,
the longest rapids on the Wolf River. Approximately 2 hours (6 miles)
Class III rapids: Strong current, big drops, narrow paths, high white
water, and strong whirlpools. For more information and all the forms
go to White Water Rafting on the PACE website: www.pulaskipace.org or get the forms from Señor Uelmen at PCMS or PHS
Enclose completed form and check to PACE for $35.00. Return to Señor Uelmen at school. 822-6671
OPEN VOLLEYBALL NIGHT - WEDNESDAYS @ GLENBROOK
We offer an open night for volleyball at Glenbrook; adults of all ages
are welcome. We play in Glenbrook’s big gym from 7:30 - 9:00 PM from
January 7 through May 20; whenever school is open. This open night is FREE.
Come whenever you can; we play with whomever shows up.
AEROBIC WALKERS CLUB
If your personal health regimen or medical condition requires you to keep fit through aerobic walking, try
aerobic walking at various building sites in our school system. You will receive a pass that allows you to
utilize the hallways of designated building sites. Walking is allowed only on days school is in session and
please wear your pass so that it is visible.
Morning entrances are on a “BUZZ-IN” only basis with the office staff needing to be there to buzz you in.
SCHOOL BUILDING
Pulaski High School
Pulaski Middle School
Glenbrook School
Lannoye School
Sunnyside School
Fairview School
Hillcrest School
AVAILABLE AREA
TIMES
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First Floor Hallways
3:15-7:00 PM - No longer available; please use another school building
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First Floor Hallways 3:15-7:00 PM
-
Gym
7:30-8:30 AM -
First Floor Hallways
7:30-8:30 AM
-
Hallways
7:30-8:30 AM
-
Gym
7:30-8:30 AM
ENTRANCE
#2
#6
#1
#1
#1
#1
NOTE THIS ADDED DISCLAIMER: These hours are subject to change, without notice, due to
availability of the office staff. All “WALKERS” must wear their ID.
#W1519 Mon. thru Fri.
All Schools
Open to All Ages
School YearVarious Times
$5.00 Per Year
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PACE ADULT PROGRAMS
THESE CLASSES ARE OPEN TO ADULTS ONLY
Children are not allowed to accompany the adults.
Registration Forms can be found on page 31 for these classes. (Numbers in parenthesis indicate number of sessions.)
BALLROOM / SWING DANCING...Dance Away the Winter Blues or Put Some Swing Into your Spring
Instructors Glenn and Diane Blohowiak have been ballroom dancing for more than 24 years. Min. 6 & Max.12 All
classes are held in the Glenbrook Community Gym at 132 Front Street and are for couples only. Please call 822-3865.
BEGINNERS/LEVEL 2 New and continuing beginners learn the basics of Swing, Cha Cha, Jitterbug and Waltz
with individualized assistance. Monday evenings, for two 8 week sessions.
#W1520
Jan. 5 - Feb. 23
6:30 - 7:30 PM
$100/couple
#W1521
Mar. 2 - April 20
6:30 - 7:30 PM
$100/couple
BEGINNERS/LEVEL 2 New and continuing beginners learn the basics of Swing, Cha Cha, Jitterbug and Waltz
with individualized assistance. Wednesday evenings, for two 8 week sessions.
#W1522
Jan. 7 - Feb. 25
7:30 - 8:30 PM
$100/couple
#W1523
Mar. 4 - April 22
7:30 - 8:30 PM
$100/couple
LEVEL 3 Enhance your skills in ballroom dancing, adding Foxtrot and Rumba. Monday evenings, for two 8 week sessions.
#W1524
#W1525
Jan. 5 - Feb. 23
Mar. 2 - April 20
7:30 - 8:30 PM
7:30 - 8:30 PM
$100/couple
$100/couple
INTERMEDIATE Advance your ballroom dancing skills to the next level with an emphasis on style and
techniques. Thursday evenings, for two 8 week sessions.
#W1526
Jan. 8 - Feb. 26
6:30 - 7:30 PM
$100/couple
#W1527
Mar. 5 - April 23
6:30 - 7:30 PM
$100/couple
ADVANCED Participants in the Advance class learn more complicated steps and focus on improved techniques.
Dances include Jitterbug, East Coast Swing, Cha Cha, Foxtrot, Waltz, Rumba and Mambo. Thursday evenings, for
two 8 week sessions.
#W1528
Jan. 8 - Feb. 26
7:30 - 8:30 PM
$100/couple
#W1529
Mar. 5 - April 23
7:30 - 8:30 PM
$100/couple
WILTON CAKE DECORATING
A series of classes on cake decorating. Children ages 12 and under are welcome if attending with an adult. A supply list will be
sent out after your register. Min. 4/Max. 12 Charlotte Skala, Instr. 608-212-7719 [email protected]
Course 1: Building Buttercream Skills
Learn a variety of classic buttercream decorating techniques including six different piped flowers. Whether you are new to
decorating or have been decorating for years, you will be proud of the new techniques you will learn.
#W1530
Thurs. (4)
PHS Room 1001
Ages 12 & Up
Feb. 5, 12, 19, 26 6:00-8:30 PM
$35.00
Course 2: Flowers and Cake Design
Design a professional looking cake! Learn how to make seven different types of flowers and appliques.
Work with Royal icing to create decorations in advance. Learn how to select colors, arrange flowers and more.
#W1531
Thurs. (4)
PHS Room 1001
Ages 12 & Up
Mar. 19, 26, Apr. 2, 9
6:00-8:00 PM
$35.00
Course 3: Gum Paste and Fondant
Develop your skills working with fondant and gum paste! Learn essential techniques such as covering a cake with fondant, cutting shapes and even painting of fondant. Plus, you will learn how to create different types of flowers, such as roses and lilies.
#W1532
Thurs. (4)
PHS Room 1001
Ages 12 & Up
Apr. 23, 30, May 7, 14 6:00-8:00 PM
$35.00
Course 4: Royal Icing Cookie
Learn how to make those perfectly smooth cookies that everyone will go crazy for!
Each student will be given six cookies, icing, decorating supplies, box, and the recipe. Max is 8.
#W1533 Sat. (1)
Jan. 31 PHS Room 1001
10:00 AM-1:00 PM
7
Ages 12 & Up
$25.00
PACE INTERGENERATIONAL PROGRAMS
OPEN BASKETBALL FOR MEN - TUESDAYS @ HILLCREST
We offer an open night for basketball at Hillcrest; male adults of all ages are welcome.
We shoot hoops and play pick up games from 7:00-9:00PM every Tuesday when
there is school. We start in September and play through the end of May.
If school is closed we do not play.
Oneida Nation Community Education Center
PACE is proud to have a great working partnership with the
Oneida Community Education Center. They offer a large variety of computer
skill classes, most of which have a very minimal cost and are open to the public.
Please contact Oneida Community Ed. directly to see what they are currently offering.
Call Oneida Nation - Community Education Center Tel (920) 496-5251 Fax (920) 496-7879
Work Hours: MTWR - 12:30 to 9 p.m. F - 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sat.- 9 a.m. to noon
Forms Must Be Properly Completed to Process Registration. Registered Students are Expected to Attend
All Class Sessions.
DOG - OBEDIENCE TRAINING
Puppy class is for dogs up to 6 months of age. We will work on socializing puppies and teaching basic commands. There is a lot
of time for discussion in the classes on every issue a puppy can have. Manners class is for dogs over the age of 6 months. Both
newly adopted dogs from the shelter and dogs that need a brush up on their manners are welcome! If you think you have an
aggressive dog, please contact the instructor before signing up for the class. Intermediate Manners is for the more advanced dog
who has already completed a Beginning Manners Class. We will work on heeling off leash, recall with distance and distractions,
and sit and down stay adding time and distance.
Please bring your dog in on a 6-8 foot leash (No flexi-leads), along with any harnesses or collars you use for walking/training.
Bring soft treats (No dog food or milk bones). Proof of current vaccinations (Rabies, distemper, and bordatella). These are the
three vaccinations dog’s must have to participate in the classes. and current Vet’s name and address will be required prior to the
first day of class. The family is encouraged to come! Children must be old enough to sit on chairs and not distract the discussions
or workouts. Min. 2 and Max 7. Jayme Kinnard, Inst. 920-606-4798 [email protected]
Please include your dog’s name, breed, and age on the registration form.
No classes on Saturday, April 4, during Easter weekend.
PUPPY CLASS
#W1534
Sat. (6)
Mar. 7 - Apr. 18
BEGINNING manners class
#W1535
Sat. (7)
Mar. 7 - Apr. 25
INTERMEDIATE manners class
#W1536
Sat. (7)
Mar. 7 - Apr. 18
Glenbrook Community Gym
1:15 - 2:30 PM
Owners Ages 12 & Up
$105.00
Glenbrook Community Gym
2:45-4:00 PM
Owners Ages 12 & Up
$115.00
Glenbrook Community Gym
4:15-5:30 PM
Owners Ages 12 & Up
$115.00
The American Kennel Club (AKC) Canine Good Citizenship Class (CGC) is for dogs that are ready for a challenging obedience
training. CGC will test handler and dog as a team in 10 areas (accept a friendly stranger, sit politely for petting, good grooming
manners, walk on a loose leash, walk through a crowd, stay on command, come when called, behave politely around another dog,
react appropriately to distractions, and separate from their handler for 3 minutes) using standards set by the AKC.
CANINE Good Citizen class
#W1537
Sat. (5)
Mar. 7 - Apr. 181 Glenbrook Community Gym
Noon -1:00 PM
8
Owners Ages 12 & Up
$80.00
PACE YOUTH PROGRAMS
PULASKI PLAY DATES FOR PRESCHOOLERS
NEW THIS YEAR!
Bring your little ones and let them get aquainted with the school setting while playing with others their own age. PACE is offering five play dates, the third Wednesday of each month, for only $2 per child per date. This opportunity is open to everyone in the
Pulaski School District. Pre-registraion is required, but you can come and go as you want during our “open-house” type set up.
Perfect chance for grandma or grandpa to play with their grand-children in a safe and organized environment. Guest artists and
other District staff may stop in to visit with you too. There will be a snack available for the children during each play date.
Director: Deb Schneider Email: [email protected] .org 920-822-6050 Min. 5 & Max. 50.
#W1538 Wed. (5)
Jan. 21, Feb. 18
Mar. 18, Apr. 15 and May 19 Glenbrook
Community Gym
9:00-11:30 AM
Adults with Children
Ages infant - 4 years old
$10.00 per child
themes for the days:
January 21 Tumbling Tots...using the Community Gym and our
Gymnastics mats we will offer a safe play environment for kids
and parents to come together and play.
February 18 “Frozen”
...showing the movie
in the background and providing winter crafts and treats for parents and little ones to enjoy.
March 18 “Thomas the Train”...showing a Thomas video in the back
ground while having a variety of Thomas toys, books, and model trains for you to play with.
April 15 Big and Messy Art...A Sensory experience with paint, clay,
mosaics and more. Too big and messy for most parents at home,
but we’ll offer it here.
May 19 Tiny Tots Dance...we will offer a variety of music for you to enjoy and dance to.
We will also bring in musical instruments or toys and play musical chairs, etc.
Please register your little ones using the forms on page 35 of this catalog. Enter Glenbrook at the PACE
Entrance #6 on Front Street and sign in at the PACE Offfice just inside. We will use the Community Gym
and Room D11. There are boy’s and girl’s bathrooms located in our hallway. We expect at least one adult
(parent, guardian, or babysitter) to attend with every one to three children. Direction will be given, but
supervision and play are done by those who attend. Please do not bring children who are ill.
PACE reserves the right and has the responsiblity to send unruly and ill children home.
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PACE YOUTH PROGRAMS
GRADES 3, 4 and 5 PACE WRESTLING - 2015
Pulaski Area Community Education (PACE) and the Pulaski Wrestling Booster Club are sponsoring wrestling instruction for 3rd, 4th, & 5th
grade students. No experience is necessary. Our purpose is to provide a fun, positive experience in the sport of wrestling. Session I practices are
designed with a focus on learning the fundamental skills of wrestling and developing the physical abilities (strength, balance, body control, etc.)
needed for success.
Practice Schedule for Session I – all practices held in PHS wrestling room from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 9 (parent meeting)
Tuesday, Jan. 20
Thursday, Dec. 11
Thursday, Jan. 22
Tuesday, Dec. 16
Tuesday, Jan. 27
Thursday, Dec. 18
Thursday, Jan. 29 (Practice @ 5:30; varsity home dual)
Christmas Break
Tuesday, Feb. 3
Tuesday, Jan. 6
Thursday, Feb. 5 (Practice @ 5:30; varsity home dual)
Thursday, Jan. 8 (Practice @ 5:30; varsity home dual)
Friday, Feb. 6 (PACE Duals @ PCMS – 5:00 p.m.)
Tuesday, Jan. 13
Tuesday, Feb. 10
Thursday, Jan. 15 Thursday, Feb. 12 (Dual @ Kaukauna H.S.)
For those youth wrestlers who plan to compete in area tournaments, a uniform package is provided in the fee options below.
PACE Wrestling Session II takes wrestlers from the learning phase of Session I into a six week training phase. The goal of Session II is to
prepare serious youth wrestlers for the Wisconsin Wrestling Federation Kids Regional & State Tournaments. Session II practices will be much
more intense than Session I, focusing on hard drilling, live wrestling, and conditioning.
Practice Schedule for Session II – all practices held in PHS wrestling room from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 17
Tuesday, March 17
Thursday, Feb. 19
Thursday, March 19
Tuesday, Feb. 24
Saturday, March 21 – WWF Regional Tournament*
Thursday, Feb. 26
Tuesday, March 24 (USA Wrestling card required for WWF Regional)
Tuesday, March 3
Thursday, March 26
Thursday, March 5 Friday, March 27 & Saturday, March 28 – WWF State Tournament
Tuesday, March 10
Thursday, March 12
A uniform package is available in the fee options below for wrestlers who did NOT participate in Session I or did NOT order a
singlet in Session I. Wrestlers who participated in Session I and have the uniform should select the $20 fee option.
#W1539
PACE 3, 4, 5 WRESTLING REGISTRATION FORM
Student Name (Please Print): ______________________________________________________________________
Parent/Guardian: __________________________________________________ Phone: _______________________
Address: __________________________________________ City: ________________________ Zip: ____________
e-mail: ________________________________________________________________________________________
Grade School Attending: _______________________________________ Current Grade: ____________________
$35 Uniform package – includes registration, Pulaski Wrestling Singlet (yours to keep!) & T-shirt
Singlet Size: ___ M (130-155 lbs.) ___ S (110-130 lbs.)
___ XS (90-110 lbs.)
Fee
&
___ YL (75-90 lbs.)
___ YM (60-75 lbs.)
___ YS (40-60 lbs.)
Uniform
Options
T-shirt Size: ___ M ___S ___ YL ___ YM ___ YS
Session I
Session II
$20 registration fee & T-shirt
$20 registration fee & T-shirt
Size: ___ M
Size: ___ M
___ S
___ S
___ YL
___ YL
___ YM
___ YM
___ YS
___ YS
Make check payable to PACE. Bring completed registration form and payment to the first practice you are able to
attend or mail it to PACE
P.O. Box 36
Pulaski, WI 54162
In consideration of the participation in this activity of the youth named above, which is in good health, the undersigned hereby
agrees to hold harmless all promoters of this activity by reason of any injury or illness that could be suffered.
Parent/Guardian Signature: ________________________________________________ Date: ________________
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PACE YOUTH PROGRAMS
K, 1st & 2nd GRADE PACE WRESTLING - 2015
Pulaski Area Community Education (PACE) and the Pulaski Wrestling Booster Club are sponsoring wrestling
instruction for Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade students. No experience is necessary. Parents are encouraged to attend.
Our mission is to provide a positive introduction to the great sport of wrestling. Practices are designed with a focus
on having fun and learning the fundamental skills of wrestling. A variety of wrestling related games and activities
are used to aid instruction. Since the emphasis for this level of PACE Wrestling is fun and fundamentals, competition
outside of practice is not required. For those who want to compete in local tournaments, a uniform package is offered
in the fee options below. Students should wear T-shirts, athletic shorts, and sneakers for practice (wrestling shoes,
head gear, and other wrestling related equipment are not required).
Practices will run as scheduled below unless school has been cancelled for any reason. Please contact the PACE office
(822-6050) with any questions.
Practice Schedule - *PCMS Wrestling Room 6:00-7:00 p.m.
*Note room/building change from last year
Tuesday, January 6
Tuesday, February 10
Tuesday, January 13
Tuesday, February 17
Tuesday, January 20
Tuesday, February 24
Tuesday, January 27
Tuesday, March 3
Tuesday, February 3 ************************************************************************************
#W1540 PACE WRESTLING REGISTRATION FORM – Kindergarten, 1st & 2nd
Student Name (Please Print): ___________________________________________________________________
Parent/Guardian: _______________________________________________ Phone: _______________________
Address: __________________________________________ City: _____________________Zip _____________
e-mail: ________________________________________________________________________________________
Grade School Attending: ___________________________________ Current Grade: ____________________
$35 Uniform package – includes registration, Pulaski Wrestling Singlet (yours to keep!) & T-shirt
Singlet Size: ___ M (130-155 lbs.) ___ S (110-130 lbs.) ___ XS (90-110 lbs.)
Fee
&
___ YL (75-90 lbs.) ___ YM (60-75 lbs.) ___ YS (40-60 lbs.)
Uniform
Options
T-shirt Size: ___ M ___S ___ YL ___ YM ___ YS
$20 registration fee & T-shirt
Size:
___ M
___ S
___ YL
___ YM
___ YS
Make check payable to PACE. Bring completed registration form and payment to the first practice
you are able to attend or mail it to PACE
P.O. Box 36
Pulaski, WI 54162
In consideration of the participation in this activity of the youth named above, which is in good health,
the undersigned hereby agrees to hold harmless all promoters of this activity by reason of any injury
or illness that could be suffered.
Parent/Guardian Signature: ________________________________________________ Date: ______________
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Can you give back to our Community?
The Pulaski Education Foundation
champions and acts as a catalyst for academic
enrichment in our schools. It works to raise funds
for educational programs that are not included in
the school’s budget. Through grants, the foundation is able to fund effective and creative projects.
You can donate in one of three ways
Payroll Deduction
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
$1 per paycheck
$2 per paycheck
$3 per paycheck
$4 per paycheck
$5 per paycheck
$10 per paycheck
$20 per paycheck
One Time Deduction By Check
(taken from the Dec. 15
paycheck)
 $25
 $50
 $100
 $250
 Other
 Check Enclosed
Amount ____________
(Make checks payable to
Pulaski Education Foundation)
Name___________________________________________________________
Signature________________________________________________________
Return to PACE via interschool mail or stop in and say “hi”.
The Pulaski Education Foundation funded 7 grants last year totaling $3,500 to assist teachers in
their endeavor to improve the quality of life for each Pulaski student.
Helping teachers
make a positive
difference in our
kids lives.
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Gave out $3,500 in grants last
year to aid teachers with
innovative classroom projects.
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Granted over $19,000 in
student scholarships for
2014 graduates.
If you have contributed via payroll deduction in the past, those deductions will continue to occur.
Please contact Jennifer Smith at [email protected] to inquire as to the amount that is being
deducted. If you fill out this form the change in the deduction will be made.
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An Educatlional Foundation For Life
Pulaski Community School Employees
2014-2015
PACE YOUTH PROGRAMS
PACE Registration Forms can be found on page 31 for these classes. (Numbers in parenthesis indicate number of sessions.)
CHILD CARE/BABY-SITTING
Baby-sitting is a serious job, which demands a strong sense of responsibility. Students in this class learn
techniques as well as safety and emergency procedures. All students will be required to do homework and
attend all classes in order to complete the class. Each participant who successfully completes this program
will receive a Certificate of Completion which will need to be picked up at the PACE office approximately
two weeks after your class has been completed. Classes will be held in a classroom near the gyms, enter
through PACE Entrance #6. Limit of 12 students. Shirley Styczynski, Inst. 822-3779
#W1541
#W1542 #W1543 Sat. (2)
January 17 & 24
Sat. (2)
Feb. 28 & Mar. 7
Sat. (2)
April 11 & 18
Glenbrook Room D11
8:00 AM -1:00 PM
Glenbrook Room D11
8:00 AM -1:00 PM
Glenbrook Room D11
8:00 AM -1:00 PM
Ages 12 & Up
$15.00
Ages 12 & Up
$15.00
Ages 12 & Up
$15.00
Basketball FUNdamentals
Winter Saturdays at Lannoye. Boys and Girls in Grades 1-2 will practice the basics of organized basketball skills. Coaches: PACE STAFF lead by Dennis Bogacz, 920-822-6158. Basketball T-Shirt included,
please add child’s size to the Registration Form before mailing it to PACE.
Youth Sizes: Small (6-8), Medium (10-12) or Large (14-16)
#W1544
Sat. (4)
Jan. 13 - Feb. 3
Lannoye Gym
6:00 - 7:00 PM
Grades 1-2
$25.00
GYMNASTICS
Practice the basics of gymnastics at your level of experience. There will be a short performance for all
parents, family and friends on the last day of the program. Please wear a leotard or stretchy pants with
tights or socks. Warm ups may begin 15 minutes prior to class around the edges of the gym.
Instructors will be from Tri-County Gymnastics out of Green Bay.
Optional day, for all classes, at Tri-County Gym will be Wed., May 27 at 5:30pm.
Beginners...Children who are really excited to learn gymnastics but have
little or no experience. It is suggested you take this class twice before
moving to Intermediate, or have the Instructor’s permission. Max. 20
#W1545
Wed. (10)
March 18 - May 20 Glenbrook Comm. Gym
5:30-6:15 PM
Ages 5-14
$50.00
ADVANCED BEGINNERS...Children who have completed Beginners and want more. Max. 20
#W1546
Wed. (10)
Glenbrook Comm. Gym
Ages 7-14
March 18 - May 20 6:20-7:15 PM
$50.00
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PACE YOUTH PROGRAMS
LEGO CLUB
Love building with LEGOs? Gather with your friends after school to build and share your LEGO creations.
You will use teamwork and cooperation in problem solving activities that test your Master Builder skills.
And of course, you’ll still have plenty of time to use your creativity and expertise to build your own
creations. Min. 15/Max. 18.
Jackie Markowski, Instr. 920-822-0472
[email protected]
#W1547
Tues. (8) (No Class 3/10)
Jan. 27 - Mar. 24 Hillcrest Library
4:00-5:00 PM
Grades 2-5
$20.00
BEATING THE WINTER BLUES
Cold winter days with wind chills can be depressing, especially if you just want to get up and run. Boys
and Girls in Grades K-2 are being offered a chance to do that. One hour of activities and games along with
supervised free time in the gym. Bring a water bottle and wear gym shoes. Min.8 and Max. 15
Supervisor: Dale Kaminski 920-639-3433.
#W1548
Thurs. (10) Jan. 29-Apr. 16 (No class on 2/26 & 3/12)
Lannoye Gym
3:50 -5:00 PM
Grades K-2
$20.00
Spring and Summers Baseball Leagues
For 2015 - Pulaski Baseball is offering:
4K – Tee Ball League
5K & Less advanced 1st – Coach Pitch League
Advanced 1st & 2nd – Machine Pitch League & 7U/8U Tournament Play
Pee Wee Minor & Majors League & 9U/10U Tournament Play
Little League Minor & Majors League & 11U/12U Tournament Play
Pony Bay Area League & 13U Tournament Play
Babe Ruth Bay Area League & 14U/15U Tournament Play
Please go to www.pulaskibaseball.com to register and to get information. Registration is
starting on January 3rd, 2015 and closing February 14, 2015. If internet access is not possible please contact Jennifer Steichen at 920-822-1620 .
LOOKING FOR A DNR CLASS Check DNR web site: dnr.state.wi.us for
offerings of: Hunter Ed., ATV, Snowmobile, Boat Safety and more.
HUNTER EDUCATION
Please check the DNR website for classes in the area. dnr.state.wi.us
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Free Softball Youth Pitching Clinics
Where: Pulaski Middle School - Auxillary Gym
WHO:
Girls in grades 3 through 7 on Thursdays from 7:00-8:00pm
Girls in grades 8 through 12 on Thursdays from 8:00-9:00pm
WHAT: Please bring your glove and another person to be your catcher.
WHEN: Dec. 4, 11, 18, Jan. 8, 15, Feb. 5, 12, 19, and Mar. 12
Any questions, please contact Jessica Kropp at 920-680-9787
3D Driving School
Where Learning to Drive is “Fun”-ctional.
Teen Program Winter/Spring 2015 Block/Schedule
All classes meet M-T-Th @ PHS
January 5 - February 5, 2015
4-6pm
February 16 - March 19, 2014
4-6pm
February 16 - March 19, 2014
6-8pm
March 23 - April 23, 2014
4-6pm
April 27 - May 28, 2014 4-6pm
It is recommended that students complete the classroom as close to age 15 1/2 as
possible. No learners permits (temps) are issued by the Wisconsin D.O.T. until this
age is met. Wisconsin State temps test is taken in the classroom phase however, the temps must be picked up at a
DMV Service Center. Classes may be cancelled if the minimum of 6 students is not met.
FEE SCHEDULE: Classroom Only (30 hrs): $180 Behind the Wheel Only (12 hrs): $260 Combination: Class & BTW $360
Payment plans are available - No credit or debit cards.
Classroom Site: Success Center, Room 1001 @ PHS
For more information or to register Call: 920-865-7328 or Email: [email protected] Website: 3ddrivingPulaski.com
(920) 373 – 2449
Teen and Young Adult Drivers Education
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Classes are held Monday thru Friday, at Pulaski High School
Comprehensive classroom curriculum
Flexible driving times to fit your busy schedule
Pick up and drop off services available for behind the wheel
Qualified, state-certified driving instructor
On-Site instruction permit testing
Fees: Classroom and behind the wheel $300
Call Dave for more information or checkout our website www.firstratedrivingschool.com
“A schedule to fit your needs”
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Pulaski Softball Organization
Registration Form – Summer 2015
www.pulaskigirlssoftball.com
REGISTRATION for our Summer League play for 4K-12th grade
&
REGISTRATION for Tournament Team Play 3rd -12th grade
Player’s name___________________
First
__________________ Birth Date _____ /_____ /____
Last
Month
Day
Year
Parent/Guardian________________________________________________________________
Address_______________________________________________________________________
Street
City
Zip
Home
Cell
T-shirt sizes are needed for 4k-8th grade
Shirt Size (Circle One) Youth: Small Med
Large XL
3rd-8th grade
traveling tournament
play (optional)
9th -12th grade
Summer Ball Play
Cash league fee, AMT
Current Grade___________
Adult: Small
4k-8th grade
league play
(t-shirt size)
Youth ____ or
Adult ____
Payment Type
Phone Numbers_____________ ____________ Township/City you live in_______________
Email Address_____________________________________
Check all that apply.
Med Large XL
$______________
League Fee
Check #, Amount
#______ $________
Concessions Check
Check #, Amount
#______ $ _______
We hereby agree that the Pulaski Softball Organization, its members or officers, shall not be liable for any injury or loss
which my child or children may sustain while participating in activities of any kind whether sponsored by or under the
supervision of the Pulaski Softball Organization. We agree to indemnify and hold harmless the Pulaski Softball
Organization, its members, officers or designates of any kind of claim whatsoever. I further acknowledge that in order
for my daughter to participate in the Pulaski Softball Organization programs I am required to work the concession stand
or pay a fee of $100.00
____________________________ _____________________________ ________________
Parent/Guardian (Please Print)
Parent/Guardian Signature
Date
Visit Our Website: www.pulaskigirlssoftball.com
Registration Night is Monday, February 10th
Middle School Commons
6:00pm-8:00pm
If interested in coaching-please download the coaching application form from our
website and bring it to registration. Upon approval-you will also need to fill out a
background check.
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If interested in coaching-please download the coaching application form from our
website and bring it to registration. Upon approval-you will also need to fill out a
background check.
4K-8th Grade Weekday Summer League
League games are twice per
week
$50.00 Player Fee
Participation Fee
TOTAL
AMOUNT
$50.00
$50.00
3RD-8th Grade Tournament Team
In order for your daughter to be eligible for tournament team play she is required to consistently
attend league practices, league games and scheduled tournament team practices. Inconsistency of
attendance in any area will affect tournament team playing time.
Tournaments determined
AMOUNT
by head coaches
$45.00 Player Fee
Participation Fee
$45.00
TOTAL
$45.00
9th-12th Grade High School Softball This fee includes league and tournament play as well.
Players must participate in league in order to compete in tournaments
AMOUNT
$95.00 Player Fee League and
Participation
$95.00
Tournaments
Fee
TOTAL
$95.00
FEES (4K-12th Grade): Please write out 2 checks: 1-Concession Stand Check & 1-Participation Check.
-League play (Grades 4k-8th) requires 1 shift per player volunteers over age 16, is required to work concessions or field work.
-If playing tournament ball (Grades 4k-8th)2 additional shifts per player, volunteers over age 16, is required to work the
concession stand or fields.
-If playing high school summer softball -2 shifts per player, of volunteers over age 16, is required to work the concession stand
or fields.
The PSO utilizes the online, sign-up website called VolunteerSpot.com allowing parents flexibility and options when signing
up for the required concessions or field work. After the softball registration sign-up on Monday, February 10th parents will
receive instructions and directions for accessing VolunteerSpot.com.
Upcoming Softball Dates and Required Volunteer Dates
1. Travel-Team Tourney on Saturday, May 30th Tourney
2. End of the Summer League Tourney (June 26th – 27th)
3. PULASKI INVITATIONAL ( Polka Days Week-July 16th, 17th, 18th & 19th) July 19th is the scheduled rain date.
*****Participation Fee Checks will be cashed.
*****$100.00 Concession Stand Fee Checks will not be cashed unless your volunteer commitment is not met.
If UNABLE to work: $100.00 Concessions Fee will apply.
Late Registrations Fee $15.00 after Tuesday, February 11th
Total Fee is Payable to PSO-Pulaski Softball Organization
Total AMOUNT: ______________
Bring this FORM WITH PAYMENT To Registration Night On Monday, Feb. 10th at Pulaski Middle School Commons
From 6-8 pm.
If you are unable to make this date, please mail your registration form and payment to:
PSO (Pulaski Softball Organization) PO BOX 615 Pulaski, WI 54162.
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FOR MORE INFORMATION on the available AAA Programs this year contact:
PACE Director, Mark Heck: 920-822-6051 or [email protected]
AAA After School Assistant, Sue Wheeler: 920-822-6053
or [email protected]
PACE Cell Phone: Cell 920-639-6049
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ONGOING
AAA AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM at HILLCREST
Registration has begun; forms are available at Hillcrest and on the PACE Website: www.pulaskipace.org
Who: All K-Grade 5 Students attending Hillcrest school (on school days only)
What: AAA After School Program
When: Monday through Friday 3:50-6:00 pm
Cost: $220 per quarter/per student
Dates: September 2, 2014 – June 5, 2015
Where: Hillcrest Elementary School
Why: Make friends, have fun, and learn new things!
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AAA BEFORE SCHOOL PROGRAM at HILLCREST
ONGOING
Registration has begun; forms are available at Hillcrest and on the PACE Website: www.pulaskipace.org
Who: All K-Grade 5 Students attending Hillcrest school (on school days only)
What: AAA Before School Program
When: Monday through Friday 6:30-8:45 am
Cost: $200 per quarter/per student
Dates: September 2, 2014 – June 5, 2015
Where: Hillcrest Elementary School
Why: Make friends, have fun, and learn new things!
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STARTING SOON
AAA AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM at GLENBROOK
Glenbrook’s After-School AAA will start on Jan. 26 and run every day we have school, pay by the quarter,
with “tutoring” help, friends and play. We need a minimum of 15 students to run a program at Glenbrook.
Register using forms on the PACE Website at www.pulaskipace.org by January 19, 2015.
Who: All Grade K-5 Students attending Glenbrook school Dates: January 26 – June 4, 2015
When: 2:45-6:00 pm Where: Glenbrook
COST…One set fee for each of the two quarters
Students may bring their own snacks.
Early Release Dates: 1/22, 2/13, 3/20, 5/1, 6/4
3rd & 4th Quarters: $300 per quarter/per student
Half price waivers for families receiving free lunch may be requested.
Call PACE at 822-6050 with questions or for more information or enroll using the form online.
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ONGOING
AAA After School Program at PCMS
At the middle school the AAA program runs in 2-3 week segments. Some of the recent offerings have been:
Art Club, Scrapbooking, Cheer & Dance, Tennis, Bowling, Forensics, Camping at Peninsula State Park, and
Rocketry. If you have ideas for other offerings please let us know. Please call Kathy at PCMS @ 822-6507
for more information; registration forms will be available at PCMS once the programs are set.
The next session will be in February and will include: Art Club, 6th Gr. Volleyball and Woodworking.
Most classes cost only $10-$20 and are taught by PCMS staff. Min. of 10 students for each session to run.
Students should bring their own snacks and water this year.
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DISTRICT OPPORTUNITIES
PACE MAGAZINE
This PACE magazine is sent out to all elementary students in the Pulaski Community School District
and placed in area businesses and churches. If you have not been receiving our magazines or know of someone who
would like to receive them, please call PACE at 822-6050. Our magazine is available online at: www.pulaskipace.org
PACE also has it’s very own FACEBOOK page; ‘LIKE’ us now!
PULASKI SCHOOL DISTRICT TUTORS
PACE has compiled a list of Pulaski Community School District teachers who are willing to tutor your respective
youngsters. The wage paid to a teacher is negotiable between the teacher and parent. Parent/guardians interested in
receiving this list may call the PACE Office (920) 822-6050 and one will be emailed to you. The list is also online at
www.pulaskipace.org
PULASKI COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT CENSUS
Anyone who is new to our district, has moved or changed addresses, or has added people to their household should
complete our school district census form online at: www.pulaskipace.org. Please complete the form and update when
necessary and return it to any school office.
FACILITY RENTALS
The district recognizes that our buildings can and should be available for the public to use. Nominal fees may be charged for use
of school facilities. Call Courtney in the Facilities Department Office 822-6080 for the most recent updates to this online process.
LOOKING FOR NEW TEACHERS AND CLASSES
Can someone coordinate a GPS Geo-Caching program right here in Pulaski? Other classes or programs that could
benefit out Health and Wellness Initiative would also be welcome. Call PACE at 822-6051 with your ideas.PACE
Spring 2015 Class List
To register call
Toll free (877) 316-1274
Non-Credit Courses
CPR and First Aid
Class No. Course Title
Start-End
Day/s
Time
Facility
01/08-01/08
R
6:00-10:00p
Glenbrook School-Pulaski
23044
CPR Heartsaver AED*
23045
CPR Heartsaver AED*
02/09-02/09
M
6:00-10:00p
Glenbrook School-Pulaski
23046
CPR Heartsaver AED*
04/08-04/08
W
6:00-10:00p
Glenbrook School-Pulaski
23047
CPR Refr-Heartsaver AED*
01/15-01/15
R
6:00-10:00p
Glenbrook School-Pulaski
23048
CPR Refr-Heartsaver AED*
03/11-03/11
W
6:00-10:00p
Glenbrook School-Pulaski
23049
CPR Refr-Heartsaver AED*
04/13-04/13
M
6:00-10:00p
Glenbrook School-Pulaski
23050
CPR Refr-Heartsaver AED*
05/04-05/04
M
6:00-10:00p
Glenbrook School-Pulaski
23051
CPR - Healthcare Provider*
02/16-02/23
M
6:00-9:00p
Glenbrook School-Pulaski
23052
CPR –Healthcare Provider*
04/23-04/30
R
6:00-9:00p
Glenbrook School-Pulaski
23053
CPR Refr-Healthcare Provider* 01/12-01/12
M
6:00-10:00p
Glenbrook School-Pulaski
23054
CPR Refr-Healthcare Provider* 03/18-03/18
W
6:00-10:00p
Glenbrook School-Pulaski
23055
CPR Refr-Healthcare Provider* 05/07-05/07
R
6:00-10:00p
Glenbrook School-Pulaski
23056
Heartsaver First Aid*
01/21/01/21
W
6:00-10:00p
Glenbrook School-Pulaski
23057
Heartsaver First Aid*
03/17-03/17
T
6:00-10:00p
Glenbrook School-Pulaski
* Requires a book and/or supplies to be purchased in addition to registration fee.
These classes will be held in Room D11 down the hall from the Gym and PACE; use Entrance #6 by PACE.
Course Descriptions:
Fee Age 62+ Fee
$20.34 $7.75
$20.34 $7.75
$20.34 $7.75
$20.34 $7.75
$20.34 $7.75
$20.34 $7.75
$20.34 $7.75
$26.63 $7.75
$26.63 $7.75
$20.34 $7.75
$20.34 $7.75
$20.34 $7.75
$20.34 $7.75
$20.34 $7.75
CPR Heartsaver AED...the skill of proper use of an Automated External Defibrillator on adult and child victims who are non-breathing and nonresponsive.
CPR Heartsaver AED Refresher ...Renewal of adult, child, infant CPR and choking. Use of automated external defibrillator on adult and child victims.
CPR Healthcare Provider: …adult, child and infant CPR (including ventilation with barrier devices, bag mask). Use of AED and relief of foreign body
airway obstruction.
CPR Refr- Healthcare Provider: Renewal of adult, child and infant CPR (including ventilation with barrier devices, bag mask). Use of AED and relief of
foreign body airway obstruction.
Heartsaver First Aid: Heartsaver First Aid teaches how to manage illness and injuries in the first few minutes until help arrives. Course content
includes general principles, medical emergencies, and injury emergencies, choking included.
M-Monday, T-Tuesday, W-Wednesday, R-Thursday, F-Friday, S-Saturday
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ANTHONY F. LITT, III
PULASKI COMMUNITY SWIMMING POOL
Website:
www.pulaskischools.org/pool
2014-2015 Winter / Spring Schedule
920-822-6060
911 S. Saint Augustine
Pulaski, WI 54162
Elizabeth Lawler, Assistant Aquatic Coordinator
[email protected]
Dec. 26 – May 11
Cory Krizizke, Pool & Recreation Coordinator
[email protected]
OPEN SWIM
December 26 - May 10
FRIDAYS @ 6:30-9:00 PM (Closed April 3)
SATURDAYS @ 1:00 – 5:00 PM (Closed April 4)
SUNDAYS @ 1:00 – 5:00 PM (Closed April 5)
$3.00 per Person
Senior Citizens (60 and up) admitted free
Family rate $10.00 (immediate family of 4 - extra
persons $3.00 each)
SPECIAL OPEN SWIM HOLIDAY HOURS
December 29, 30 & 31 - 1:00 – 5:00pm
Open Swim Passes
$30.00 – 10 swim pass
$150.00 yearly Family Pass (up to 4 members & extra
persons $15 each)
SUNDAY FAMILY FUN OPEN SWIMS – the first Sunday of each month. There will be free popcorn (1 bag
per person) for all swimmers. Balls, noodles, dive sticks and rings will be available for patron use. Open swim
fees apply.
New Year’s Eve (12/31/14) will also be a Family Fun open swim from 1–5 pm. Come and have fun in the pool!
(We reserve the right to close the pool early if there are not enough patrons
present in the first hour of Open Swim.)
Pool shut down starting May 11 through June 11.
RENTALS (Birthday Parties, Scouting Events, Etc.)
Please call the pool @ 822-6060 for more information.
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ADULT FITNESS OPPORTUNITIES
DATES
DAY OF WEEK
TIME
Early Bird (EB) Dec. 26-30 & Jan. 2 – May 11
Monday – Friday
5:15 – 7:30 am
Lap Swim (LS) Jan. 5 – May 8 (no school = no lap swim)
Monday – Friday
11am – 12:30 pm
EB / LS Fees: 10 swims = $35, 20 swims = $66, 40 swims = $128, walk-ins = $5
ADULT CLASSES
Water Fitness
Aches & Pains
Deep Water Fitness
Water Workout
DATES
DAY OF WEEK
TIME
Jan. 5 – May 7
Monday – Thursday
9:30 – 10:30 am
Jan. 6 – May 7
Tuesday & Thursday 10:30 – 11:30 am
Jan. 5 – May 7
Monday & Thursday 11:45 am – 12:45 pm
Jan. 13 – May 7
Tuesday & Thursday 6:30 – 7:20 pm
(no class Jan. 15 & 29, & May 5)
Adult Class Fees (10 punch card): Adults = $35, Seniors (60+) = $30, walk-ins = $5
**EXERCISE WITH A FRIEND** Week of March 16 - 19, all water exercise class participants are
encouraged to bring a friend to class. Everyone who brings a friend (someone who is not currently enrolled in
one of the classes) will attend the class at no charge as will their friend. Come and join us and discover the
benefits of water exercise.
PULASKI AREA SWIM CLUB
For more information and to register please contact: Coach Roshel - [email protected];
Heather Frank at [email protected] or check out our website @ www.swimpasc.org
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CHILDREN’S & ADULT’S SWIM LESSONS
Our staff is certified in CPR, First Aid, and Red Cross Lifeguard Training. Parents are welcome to watch lessons from the bleachers.
Children 5 and older are asked to use the appropriate changing room. NO CELL PHONES ALLOWED IN LOCKER ROOMS.
Parent/Tot: Ages 6 months to 3 years, parent accompanies child in water.
Pre-School Aquatics: Ages 4 - 5 years, no parent accompanies child.
Levels 1-6: Child must be 6 years old. Children are registered by skill. Please call the pool with questions pertaining to
appropriate level placement.
Lifeguard Training Class (LGT): Participants must be 15 years old by the start of class. Class fee includes certification in
Lifeguarding, CPR, and first aid. Book may be downloaded from pool website or purchased at American Red Cross. Call
Cory Krizizke, Pool Coordinator, at 822-6062 for more information.
Note: Registration closes the week before the lesson starts.
Maximum 50 students per class period. All lessons based upon staff availability.
Session #
1A
Dates
February 2 - 25
1B
February 2 - 25
2A
2B
2C
3A
3B
4A
4B
4C
5 LGT
Private
Jan 31 – March 21
Jan 31 – March 21
Jan 31 – March 21
March 9 – April 27
March 9 – April 27
March 11 – April 29
March 11 – April 29
March 11 – April 29
April 20 – 23
varies
Day of Week
Monday &
Wednesday
Monday &
Wednesday
Saturday
Saturday
Saturday
Monday
Monday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Mon.–Thurs.
varies
Class Time
6 – 6:45 pm
Levels Offered
1–6
Class Fee
$32 resident/$47 non-resident*
6:50–7:35 pm
1–6
$32 resident/$47 non-resident*
8:30– 9 am
9:05 – 9:35 am
9:40-10:25 am
6 - 6:45 pm
6:50-7:35 pm
6 – 6:30 pm
6:35 – 7:05 pm
7:10-7:55 pm
4:00 – 9:00 pm
varies
Parent/Tot
Pre-School Aq.
1–6
1–6
1–6
Parent/Tot
Pre-School Aq.
Adult Lessons
Lifeguarding
All
$32 resident/$47 non-resident*
$32 resident/$47 non-resident*
$32 resident/$47 non-resident*
$32 resident/$47 non-resident*
$32 resident/$42 non-resident*
$32 resident/$47 non-resident*
$32 resident/$47 non-resident*
$32 resident/$47 non-resident*
$100*
$25/half hour
Bad Weather Information for all Pool classes:
If school lets out early or cancels due to weather
= no pool classes; or if there is a late in due to weather = all pool classes run
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SWIM LESSONS REGISTRATION FORM
Online payment link available: http://www.pulaskischools.org/onlinepayments
Click on “PACE Registrations” then “aquatics: children swim”
NO PHONE IN REGISTRATIONS
$35.00 NSF charge on all returned checks
Please make checks payable to Pulaski Pool. Mail to: Pulaski Pool, 911 S. Saint Augustine, Pulaski WI 54162
NAME: ________________________________________________ Telephone (
) __________________ Pulaski School District
Resident :Yes___ No ___
E-mail Address_____________________________________________________________________________________
(Please Print)
Parent’s Last
First
ADDRESS _________________________________________________________________________________________
Street
Child’s Name (first & last)
City
Session #
Class time
Level
Age
Birth date
zip Code
School attending
Grade
Fee: $32 resident
$47 non-resident *
*$5.00 fee for cancellation.
For office use only:
Date Received _____/_____/______ Cash $ ___________Check # __________ Check Amt $____________
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CHILDREN’S ISSUES AND OPTIONS
DO YOU HAVE QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS ABOUT YOUR CHILD’S DEVELOPMENT?
•A questionnaire is sent to families who have children approaching 3 years of age.
•Pulaski School’s Early Childhood Program holds periodic developmental screenings for 3, 4, and 5 year old children.
•Early Childhood Special Ed. Programming is available for children who have delays in developmental areas.
If you would like more information about the questionnaire or screening contact
the Pulaski School District Student Services Department at (920) 822-6021.
CHECK OUT OUR LOCAL RESOURCES IN PULASKI:
1. Pulaski Schools Students Service Dept:….822-6021
2. Pulaski Public Library, Brown County Branch:....822-3220
Family Story Time....Wednesdays 10:15 a.m.
Ladies Night Out.....Tuesdays 6-8 p.m. Open crafts, bring your own.
Puzzle Exchange Corner “Take a puzzle, Leave a puzzle”
Pulaski Page Turners...Book discussions.....Mondays 6:30 p.m.
4 YEAR OLD KINDERGARTEN...PEEP
The Pulaski community School District is excited to announce that
we will be offering 4 year old kindergarten in the 2015-2016 school year.
The enrollment window for the 2015-16 PEEP program will open Thursday, February 12, 2015
Enrollment for the PEEP program will be done on-line through the PEEP website at
http://connect.pulaskischools.org/PEEP.cfm. As part of the on-line enrollment process, you will be asked
to complete the PEEP enrollment form, Ages & Stages Questionnaire, and a health history form. If you do
not have computer access to the on-line forms, need assistance filling out the forms, or if you have
questions about the program, you are welcome to attend the
PEEP Enrollment Day: February 12, 2015 from 4:00-6:00 PM, enter at PACE, go to Room D11.
NOTE: If your child already receives Special Education services and will be age eligible for the
4K program in 2015-16 you will still need to complete an enrollment form.
However, your child’s 4K site placement will be determined by the IEP Team.
If you have questions regarding this information please feel free to contact Rorie
in the Student Services Office at 920-822-6021.
KNOWLEDGE CONTEST, Thursday, January 22, 2015
The Pulaski Knights of Columbus sponsor the Knowledge Contest. It consists of math and spelling tests for students in grades 5 through 8.
Trophies will be awarded to all first place winners in each grade for each subject. Ribbons will be awarded for places second through fifth.
Winners move on to Green Bay Diocesan Contest. Invitations will be sent home with your children through their teachers.
More information will be coming through the schools. Contacts: Tony Anderson, 920-619-6848
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CHILDREN’S ISSUES AND OPTIONS
@ Glenbrook School in the Village of Pulaski (A Branch of the Pulaski Community School District)
The mission of the Pulaski Schools Early Education Center is to provide a safe, developmentally
appropriate environment for infants through school age children in our community. Our focus is to be a high
quality, stimulating educational experience that supports our children’s social/emotional, physical and
cognitive development. The staff is experienced and certified child care teachers who attend continuing
education opportunities, conferences and seminars.
The Early Education Center is located in Glenbrook School. Because we are located in a public school,
we are able to participate in weekly music classes, use the school library, play on multiple playgrounds and
utilize the school’s gymnasiums and sensory integration room. We take advantage of the district breakfast
and hot lunch service in the school cafeteria during the day. We are also able to attend the many school age
events & programs that are offered throughout the year.
Please call the Center Director, Deb Schneider @ 920-822-6050 for more information on availability in the
center or stop by the PACE Office for an information pamphlet and registration form.
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DISTRICT OPPORTUNITIES
Red Raider Community Fitness Facility
The Red Raider Community Fitness Facility is open to the community. This facility is located at Pulaski
High School on the second floor. Please use the parking lot by the tennis courts and enter at the north
entrance (door #5). There are stationary bikes, treadmills, elliptical machines, free weights, and weight
machines for your use. There will always be a staff member available to answer your questions regarding
the equipment.
What a great way to keep fit while staying in town. Membership packets are available at the pool or the
Fitness Facility. Please mail forms to the pool at 911 S. Saint Augustine Street, Pulaski, WI 54162.
Contact Cory Krizizke at 822-6062 or email [email protected]
Hours
Monday – Friday 5:00 am – 7:15 am
Monday –Thursday 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Saturdays 8:00 am – 11:00 am
Memberships
PCS Students Free
Individual $130 per year
Seniors $65 per year
PCS Employees $85 per year
College Students $40 per year
3 Month - $40 or 6 Month - $70
PACE ADVISORY BOARD
Mae Aprill
Harold Geiser
Dave Landers Sue Wheeler
Byron Aprill
Chris Dooley
Cindy Egnarski
Mark Heck
Cory Krizizke
Kathy Luebke
John Mihalko
Deb Schneider
Dr. Lisa Slaby
Trudy Wied
Revised: 12/2014
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DISTRICT OPPORTUNITIES
Pulaski Knights of Columbus sponsor our annual
Youth Free Throw Contest!
All boys and girls ages 10 to 14 as of January 1, 2015 are
invited to participate in the
Knights of Columbus Free Throw Competition!
The free local competition will be held:
Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015 at ABVM gym.
Registration: 5:00pm (walk-ups are accepted)
Competition: 6:00pm
(Please register using the form below.)
Like Punt, Pass & Kick, the winners of each age, girl/boy category will have the
opportunity to advance to the District competition, then Diocese and then to State.
The top 3 finishers of each age division will be awarded medals.
In case of bad weather on February 3rd the competition will be moved to
Saturday, February 7th, registration starting at 1:00pm at the ABVM gym.
The Knights of Columbus is an international family fraternal
organization with over 13,000 local councils. It is involved in
local charitable and benevolent causes and is instrumental in
the annual Pulaski Polka Days celebration.
For additional information, please contact Tony Anderson,
Youth Activities Director, Bona Council 4439, Pulaski (920-619-6848).
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Name___________________________________________________Age________Date of Birth_____________________
Address____________________________________________________________________________________________
Email_____________________________________________________________Phone___________________________
Parent’s Name______________________________________Parent’s Signature_________________________________
KofC Free Throw Registration
Return to PACE, P.O. Box 36, Pulaski, WI 54162
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July 6-10, 2015
Any questions email Scott Haywood at [email protected] or call Shawn Kelderman at (920) 602-7353
2014
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COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS
Soccer Registration
For the 2015 Summer Season
(Games begin in May 2015)
Thursday
Wednesday
PYSC Shoe
And
Shin Guard Outlet
See website for details
January 22, 2015 Pulaski Community Middle School
January 28, 2015 Pulaski Community Middle School
All Registration Times are 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Birth Certificate required for all new players
Open to all boys and girls ages 4 through 18 (Age as of July 31, 2015)
Registration deadline is January 28, 2015
Registration Questions Please Contact:
Sherry Olive:
(920) 822-3208
[email protected]
Michelle Graf:
(920) 412-0284
[email protected]
COACHES
REFEREES
TEAM SPONSORS
*No experience necessary
*Start a summer job at age 12
*Fill out the online form
*Training Included
*Training and Mentoring Included! *Get a form online.
*Best advertising buy for your dollar
*Details available online.
Questions? Contact David Graf
[email protected]
Questions? Contact Jayme Jennings
[email protected]
Questions? Contact Jayme Jennings
[email protected]
Please visit our website www.pulaskiyouthsoccer.com for more information
It is the policy of the Pulaski Community School District that no person may be
denied the benefits of,
or be discriminated against in any curricular,
extra-curricular, pupil service, recreational, or other program
or activity because of the person’s age, sex, race, religion, national origin,
ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, or
physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability or handicap
as required by Wis. State Statute 118.13.
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PACE PIANO LESSONS
STUDENTS, Grade 4 and up, and ADULTS: If you are interested in taking piano lessons during the day or
early evenings at any of several of the Pulaski schools, call the PACE office for information.
PACE has offered piano lessons for many years.
Mrs. Bev Heling, the piano instructor, has trained hundreds of local pianists. Her number is 715-758-8600.
Registration and first quarter payment must be received in the PACE office before lessons can start.
private/community piano & guitar lessons
PACE keeps a list of local people who are willing to teach piano and guitar lessons. The costs and locations
are individually set between the families and the teachers. Call PACE at 822-6050 if you would like your
name and talent added to this list. We are also looking to include violin and organ teachers to our list of
available teachers. Currently, Linda Diefenthatler teaches piano lessons; call 822-4484,
Vicki Druckrey teaches piano and organ; call 434-3700, Lois Holewinski teaches guitar; call 639-8728,
Vashni Seitzer teaches organ; call 822-7585, Scott Jakubiec teaches guitar in Hobart; call 619-6189
and finally, Patrick Rades teaches guitar lessons; call him at 920-737-5122.
SENIORS! SENIORS! SENIORS!
•Call the Senior Center at 822-8100 for information
on services available to Pulaski area seniors.
•Call the Senior Center 822-8100 to arrange transportation for appointments and grocery
shopping. Suggested donation for rides in Pulaski is $2.00, round trip to Green Bay is $6.00.
•Free Blood pressure screening, open to the public, every Monday from 11:45am -12:30pm.
•Cards every Monday at 12:15pm.
•BINGO every Tuesday at 12:30pm.
•Foot Care on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month.
•Free Arthritis Exercises Mon. and Thurs., 10:15 – 11:15am
Sponsored by MCL & Prevea
•Quilting every Wednesday & Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm
•Wii Bowling on Thursdays at 12:15pm
•Meals served Monday thru Friday at 11:30am Call by 11:00 am the day before to make a
reservation. Suggested donation $3.50/meal.
•Meals can be delivered to home bound enrollees!
•Monthly newsletters are available at the Pulaski Senior Center,
Pulaski area banks, health clinics, and the Library and Pool.
•Senior Center information can also be found in the Community
Announcements of the Pulaski News and online at
www.positivelypulaski.org
•Senior Center info can also be found on the Pulaski Area
Chamber of Commerce Web site at www.pulaskichamber.org.
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COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS
A PAGE FROM OUR PACE-Setters’ NEWSLETTER FOR
INTERESTED - INVOLVED - INVIGORATED SENIOR CITIZENS
Join the PACE-Setters this summer as we travel to Mackinac Island; reserve your spot now!
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Motorcoach transportation
4 nights lodging
8 meals: 4 breakfasts and 4 dinners
Guided Tour of Mackinaw City
Visit to Mackinac Island, including a Guided
Carriage Tour
Boat ride through the Soo Locks and free time and
sight-seeing in Sault Sainte Marie
Visit to Mackinaw Crossings
Admission to Colonial Michilimackinac
and much more
Tour Mackinac Island by
Horse and Carriage
Soo Locks Cruise in
Sault Sainte Marie
Mackinac Point
Lighthouse
Mackinac Island Ferry
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COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS
Bay Nordic Ski Club, Inc. operates as 501(c)3 organizing serving the Northeast Wisconsin ski community. We began in 2009 as
a youth program and expanded in 2013 to build a program that brings together all the various ski groups in the area and helps
expand skiing as an activity of choice for many new families! Our emphasis is the expansion of youth opportunities, family
activities, and ensuring the long-term success of Nordic skiing in the region through community outreach and support of local
trail systems.
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MASTERS AND FAMILY PROGRAM – Support Northeastern Wisconsin Nordic Skiing through our adult & family
membership! Opportunities for adults to learn-to-ski, train with other adults, social activities, and support the youth programming
and trail systems.
COMMUNITY OUTREACH – Focused on trail system support and development, fundraising, and wellness programs.
Working to ensure long-term success of Nordic skiing and improve the skiing infrastructure in the are.
Master’s News: Don’t miss out on these events:
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In Competition Sports’ hillbounding is moving from Tuesday evenings to Saturdays at 9:30am due to Daylight Savings and loss
of night lighting at Triangle Park starting November 8th. (No hillbounding November 5th).
Mark your calendar: The Bay Nordic Masters group has announced their Adult Ski Clinic at Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya January 9-11,
2015.
Once the snow flies, look for Adult Skis every Monday night and fun races every Wednesday night!
Yoga & Ski – Super popular last year, watch for dates to be announced.
Join Bay Nordic Masters and share the fun
Bay Nordic’s Mission
Support the collective interests of the Northeast Wisconsin ski community by emphasizing an active life style for youth, families,
and individuals
through Nordic
skiing within
the community.
PACE
ADVISORY
BOARD
MEMBER
PROFILE
If you are interested in joining us please go to www.baynordic.org.
Meet Mark Heck, he is our Community Education Director
for the school district. I am coming off a long season of time
spent with my closest relative, “Hecky the Elf”. We enjoy
the time together, but look forward to warmer days spent apart.
We are working very hard to build partnerships with the area
municipalities and we are increasing the programming offered
to everyone in the District. PACE is coordinating everything from Easter Egg Hunts to
Art with Wine are Devine classes. We are hoping to offer an ESL class for our new area
families coming to us from non-english speaking backgrounds. We are partnering with
UW-Extensions, Technical Colleges, the Chamber of Commerce and directly with area
municipalities to efficiently use our resources while creating Wisconsin’s Best area to live
and raise a family. Our family includes my wife Jenn, who teaches math at the high school
and my four wonderful children: Annie (11), Katie (9), Matt (6) and Joe (4). We live in the
township of Pittsfield and we would not trade this area for anywhere.
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SUBSCRIBE NOW TO:
The Pulaski News is the oldest student-produced community
newspaper in the nation. The Pulaski News has a circulation of
approximately 3,000. We reach the people of this local community,
the outlying areas, and a variety of different states. We are a
non-profit, self-supporting business, and we draw funds from our
advertisers and subscribers. There are four adult staff members
and nearly 30 students who write for the paper. The Pulaski News
has a longstanding of tradition and works to benefit the entire
community.
Subscribe by:
1) On-line at www.pulaskinews.org. Click on the “Contact Us” drop
down menu and choose “Subscribe”.
2) Call Laurie at (920) 822-6800
3) Fill out the Order form below and mail with your cash or check
enclosed to: Pulaski News, 1040 South St. Augustine Street, Pulaski,
WI 54162-9450
PLEASE CHECK ONE
o $25 Regular Subscription
Name:
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Address:
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o New
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PLEASE CHECK ONE:
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o Check to “Pulaski News”
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YOUR COMMUNITY NEWS
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COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS
The Community Pantry, Inc. of Pulaski
The Pantry is currently housed in the annex of Glenbrook School just off of South St. Augustine St.
The Pantry provides nutritional support to area and district families with financial struggles.
The Pantry is open most first and third Tuesdays of each month from 1-4 pm
2015 PANTRY CALENDAR
132 Front Street, PO Box 36 Pulaski, at Glenbrook’s annex
822-6050
OPEN FROM
1:00 – 4:00 PM
JANUARY
6 and 20
FEBRUARY
3 and 17
MARCH
3 and 17
APRIL
7 and 21
MAY
5 and 19
JUNE
2 and 16
JULY
7 and 21
AUGUST
4 and 18
SEPTEMBER
1 and 15
OCTOBER
6 and 20
NOVEMBER
3 and 17
DECEMBER
1 and 15
Did you know that Pulaski has a Pantry at Glenbrook?
If you need help due to food insecurity please stop in at the Pantry.
If you have donations of non-perishable food, hygiene or paper products that you
can donate, stop at PACE anytime school is open.
THE PANTRY WILL BE MOVING IN SPRING, PLEASE
WATCH FOR MORE INFORMATION!
The Pantry Board and Patrons would like to thank all the groups
and individuals that donate food or financially so that we can
continue to serve the district’s people that have food insecurity issues.
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Did you know that Pulaski has an Outreach Center that offers clothing, bedding and linens to those
in need? Are you in need of these items? Or, do you have items that you could donate for others to
use? Let’s keep our donations local and help each other out. Clean, gently used, and new items of
clothing, bedding, towels and shoes of all sizes are needed; especially coats, boots and snow pants are
needed now. We are also currently running a blanket drive.
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REGISTRATION & GENERAL INFORMATION
MAIL IN REGISTRATIONS: PACE CLASSES: Send completed PACE registration forms and a check
payable to PACE at: PACE OFFICE, P.O. Box 36, Pulaski, WI 54162
ONLINE REGISTRATIONS: http://www.pulaskischools.org/onlinepayments
PACE Offerings are now available online for registration and payments.
http://pulaski.revtrak.net/
See instructions for this option at WWW.PULASKIPACE.ORG.
DISTRICT RESIDENTS & NON-RESIDENTS : PACE CLASS prices are listed for Pulaski School
District Residents. Any non-district resident must include an additional fee of $5 per student, per class.
NWTC CLASSES: To register call (920) 498-5444 or toll free (877) 316-1274
WALK-IN: (PACE Classes Only)
PACE OFFICE 132 Front Street Pulaski, WI 54162
Open Weekdays from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, other times by appointment. Please use the buzzer at Entrance #6.
CONFIRMATION: Due to time and expense, we do not send confirmations when classes are going as
scheduled. Assume your registration is confirmed and the class will meet as scheduled if you have
submitted your registration form and fees. You will only be notified if a class is filled or cancelled.
PRE-REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is of utmost importance. Lack of registrations
will cause the class to be cancelled one week prior to the beginning.
WEATHER CANCELLATIONS: If school is cancelled due to bad weather, all buildings
will be closed and all PACE offerings that evening will be cancelled. If school is in session,
generally, evening programs will run. Instructors may cancel at their discretion and let you know otherwise.
REFUND POLICY: If, after pre-registering, it is necessary for you to cancel, notify the PACE Office no
less than one week before the beginning of class, your fee, minus a $5.00 cancellation fee, will be refunded.
Not attending a class or camp you registered for does not qualify you for a refund.
NON-SUFFICIENT-FUND CHECK POLICY: A fee of $35 will be added to the amount of the NSF
check, and full reimbursement must be paid in cash, to the PACE Office, prior to attending the selection.
PULASKI COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT CLASS LOCATIONS
Pulaski High School
Pulaski Comm. Middle School
Sunnyside Elementary School
Glenbrook Elementary School
Hillcrest Elementary School
Lannoye Elementary School
Fairview Elementary School
Assumption BVM School
Senior Center
1040 S. St. Augustine St.
911 S. St. Augustine St.
720 County C
145 W. Green Bay St.
4193 Hillcrest Dr.
2007 County Rd. U
2840 State Rd. 32
109 E. Pulaski St.
430 S. St Augustine St.
Pulaski, WI 54162
Pulaski, WI 54162
Pulaski, WI 54162
Pulaski, WI 54162
Oneida, WI 54155
Green Bay, WI 54313
Krakow, WI 54137
Pulaski, WI 54162
Pulaski, WI 54162
920-822-6700
920-822-6500
920-822-6200
920-822-6100
920-272-6900
920-865-6400
920-899-6300
920-822-5650
920-822-8100
This catalog covers offerings for January through May, 2015 and the
registration forms are also available online at
www.pulaskipace.org
Click On: Winter PACE Magazine
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PACE REGISTRATION FORM
Participant’s Name _______________________________________________Gender_________
Address _________________________________________City_____________ Zip__________
Home Phone_____________________________ Cell Phone _____________________________
Email Address__________________________________________________________________
Course Title_____________________________ Course #________Course Fee______Check #________
If student is under 18 years of age, please fill in the following:
Age________Birthdate_____________School Attending___________________ Grade ________ Parent/Guardian________________________________Work Phone________________________ Additional info; such as Shirt Size or Dog’s Name, etc. ___________________________________
Send the completed form and fee to: PACE Office, P.O. Box 36, Pulaski, WI 54162
Waiver Statement: The participant / parent / guardian assumes all responsibility in case of injury or harm to participant. The
Pulaski Community School District, their employees or agents or any volunteers or organizations associated with this activity
will not be held responsible for any personal injury or loss that may occur in conjunction with this activity.
Signature:_______________________________________________________________________________________________
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Participant’s Name _______________________________________________Gender_________
Address _________________________________________City_____________ Zip__________
Home Phone_____________________________ Cell Phone _____________________________
Email Address__________________________________________________________________
Course Title_____________________________ Course #________Course Fee______Check #________
If student is under 18 years of age, please fill in the following:
Age________Birthdate_____________School Attending___________________ Grade ________ Parent/Guardian________________________________Work Phone________________________ Additional info; such as Shirt Size or Dog’s Name, etc. ___________________________________
Send the completed form and fee to: PACE Office, P.O. Box 36, Pulaski, WI 54162
Waiver Statement: The participant / parent / guardian assumes all responsibility in case of injury or harm to participant. The
Pulaski Community School District, their employees or agents or any volunteers or organizations associated with this activity
will not be held responsible for any personal injury or loss that may occur in conjunction with this activity.
Signature:_______________________________________________________________________________________________
------------------------------------------------------CUT HERE------------------------------------------------------------PACE REGISTRATION FORM
Participant’s Name _______________________________________________Gender_________
Address _________________________________________City_____________ Zip__________
Home Phone_____________________________ Cell Phone _____________________________
Email Address__________________________________________________________________
Course Title_____________________________ Course #________Course Fee______Check #________
If student is under 18 years of age, please fill in the following:
Age________Birthdate_____________School Attending___________________ Grade ________ Parent/Guardian________________________________Work Phone________________________ Additional info; such as Shirt Size or Dog’s Name, etc. ___________________________________
Send the completed form and fee to: PACE Office, P.O. Box 36, Pulaski, WI 54162
Waiver Statement: The participant / parent / guardian assumes all responsibility in case of injury or harm to participant. The
Pulaski Community School District, their employees or agents or any volunteers or organizations associated with this activity
will not be held responsible for any personal injury or loss that may occur in conjunction with this activity.
Signature:_______________________________________________________________________________________________
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PACE Summer School Office
(920) 822-6053
Important Dates
Online Registration Opens
April 1
Open House
June 10
Term 1
June 15-26
Week in the Park
June 29-July 3
Term 2
July 6-17
Term 3
July 20-31
Daily Schedule/Times: 8:00-3:30
School Account Lunch & Free Busing: Offered in Terms 1, 2 and 3
Free Busing and Milk for Week in the Park
oPEN TO CHILDREN Entering gRADES 4K - 12
Check our web site for updates:
www.pulaskipace.org
Located next to:
PACE Office in Glenbrook School Bldg
132 Front St.
Pulaski, WI 54162
Director, Mark Heck (920) 822-6051
Asst., Susan Wheeler (920) 822-6053
Rachel Setliff (920) 822-6053
Email: [email protected]