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SAUK PRAIRIE SCHOOLS
SUMMER PROGRAM 2014
Registration dates: April 9 - May 7, 2014
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Welcome to Sauk Prairie Schools Summer 2014 Program.
In this book you will find a variety of educational and fun classes. We are committed to providing
a quality summer school experience filled with academic and enrichment classes, clinics and swim
lessons to meet the needs of our student population. Registration for classes is an online process
ONLY. Go to skyward Student/Family Access to log in. There are 3 steps in registering your
children for summer classes.
• Step 1 is a review of your family and student information, health info, bus information, and
permission for your child to participate in the Breakfast/Lunch program.
• Step 2 is the process of requesting classes for your child. We have 2 sessions; a 4-week
session (400’s) and a 2-week session (200’s). The Sport & Health clinics are 500 classes,
and the Music & Band classes are 600 classes. Participation in any of these programs
requires that you register your child for them between April 9 and May 8th, 2014.
• Step 3 - Paying for classes. Fees are due when you register. We allow up to 2 weeks to
receive payment. Payment can be made online via e~Funds, by check or cash. Instructions
are on the following pages.
We offer an open lab the first evening of registration for those of you who may feel more comfortable
with a bit of assistance. Our Community Center staff will also be able to assist customers on
Fridays between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m at the Community Center.
MON
2) Session 1E
Swim begins
(T1 - M/W
Eve)
9)
16)
23)
TUE
JUNE 2014
WED
THU
FRI
3) Session 2E Swim begins
(T2 - T/TH Eve)
3)
4)
5)
10)
17)
11)
18)
24) Semester 1 (4 wk) begins
Session 1 Morn Swim begins
25)
12)
13)
19) Staff Orientation @ HS 20)
1-2 PM
Family Orientation 3-5 PM
26)
27)
JULY 2014
TUE
WED
1) Session 4E Swim
2)
Begins (T4-T/TH Eve)
7) Session 3E Swim
(T3-M/W Eve)
14)
21)
T3 (2 wk) classes begin
Session 3 Morn Swim
begins
28)
2
2 Week Session
July 21 - August 1
CLASS TIMES
P1 - 8:15 - 9:15 a.m.
P2 - 9:25 - 10:25 a.m.
P3 - 10:35 - 11:35 a.m.
BUS #: 643-8252
ATTENDANCE:
643-5900 or 643-5500
30)
MON
4 Week Session
June 24 - July 18
THU
8)
9)
3)
End Session 1
Morn Swim
10)
15)
16)
17)
22)
23)
24)
End 4E-T/TH
29)
30)
End 3E - M/W
FRI
4) NO
Classes
Today!
11)
18) 4 wk
ends
25)
AUGUST 2014
August 1 - T3 (2 Wk) ends
Session 3 Morning Swim
ends
August 5 - Session 5E Swim begins at the Outdoor
Pool!
August 27 - Session 5E
Swim Ends
PLAN AHEAD - WHAT TO KNOW
Registering for Summer School classes is an
online process ONLY.
e-mail: [email protected]
REGISTRATION DATES: Online Family Access will open at 5:30
PM on Wednesday, April 9 and will remain open until 10:00 pm,
Wednesday, May 7, 2014.
Login & Password: You must have your Family Access
Login and Password to complete the online process. If you do not
have this information, go online: http://www.saukprairieschools.
org, select “Skyward Student/Family Access” in the right hand
column; then “Forgot your Login/Password?”. Watch your email
for a reply. This will only work if you have a current email listed
on your family skyward account. If you do not receive an email
within 24-hours, please email [email protected]
Provide a detailed message with contact information.
OPEN LAB: Wednesday, April 9 from 5:00 - 8:00 PM at the Sauk
Prairie High School lab, room 15. See page 6.
ONLINE REGISTRATION: You must complete
registering in one sitting. The system will not allow you to
leave and return. Go to Skyward Student/Family Access;
http://www.saukprairieschools.org. See instructions on pages 6-8.
GRADE LEVELS: Use child’s grade level for the 2014-15 school year
when selecting classes.
FEES: On the left-hand side of the screen go to Fee Management.
If you are registering multiple children, you may need to view the
fees for each child and total the fees due. Bills and confirmations
are not being mailed. You are responsible for paying the fees due on
your family account. Pay within 2 weeks of registering to confirm
your child’s spot in classes. If you need a copy emailed to you, please
contact us via phone or email.
PAYMENTS: Payment may be made online with a debit or credit
card through e~Funds, or mail a check made payable to: Sauk
Prairie Schools. Fees are due within 2 weeks of registering. If you
have questions, you may contact us via the email above.
Mail payments to: Summer School, 730 Monroe St, Sauk
City, WI 53583. A dropbox is available outside the front door of
the Community Center for your convenience. Write SUMMER
SCHOOL on the envelope and include your child’s name to be
sure we post the payment to the appropriate account.
SCHOLARSHIPS: Partial scholarships are available for children
with a full morning schedule. If you need a scholarship you may
email us. Include name and date of birth of each child.
CANCELLATION POLICY: Should you need to cancel or
withdraw, please contact us via email: [email protected]
saukprairieschools.org. No refunds or removal of fees due will
be provided for classes canceled after May 9, except for medical
reasons.
SCHEDULES AND BILLS: You may request your child’s
schedule to be emailed to you by contacting us via email or phone,
643-8386. We are doing our part to be green. Confirmations will
not be mailed.
MAKING SCHEDULE CHANGES: You must contact us to make
any change to your child’s schedule. We prefer that you contact us
via email. Be sure to include child’s name and date of birth.
PLANEAR PARA EL FUTURO
QUE DEBE SABER
REGISTRARSE para las clases de la escuela de verano es un
proceso electrónico solamente. La línea electrónica abrirá a las
5:30pm el miércoles, 9 de abril, y permanecerá abierta hasta la
10:00 pm, miércoles, 7 de mayo, 2014.
Usuario y Contraseña: Debe tener su Entrada al sistema de
Acceso de la Familia y Contraseña para completar el proceso
en línea. Si no tiene esta información, vaya en línea a esta
dirección: http://www.saukprairieschools.org/parent y escogido
“Skyward Acceso del Estudiante/Familia” en la columna de
la mano derecha; entonces seleccione “¿Olvidó su Entrada
al sistema/Contraseña? ”. Mire su correo electrónico a una
respuesta - estar seguro que su correo electrónico correcto
está en su familia Skyward consideran. Si no recibe un correo
electrónico dentro de 24 horas, por favor llame a la Sra Wood
en 643-5984. Sin falta deje un mensaje detallado con la
información de contacto.
Laboratorio Abierto: El laboratorio para ayudar a las familias
a registrarse por línea electrónica: será el miércoles, 9 de Abril,
2014 de 5:00 PM hasta 8:00 PM; en la Escuela Preparatoria de
Sauk Prairie, salon 15.
Registro por linea electrónica: Vaya a Skyward Family access;
http://ww.saukpr.k12.wi.us/parent/. Las instrucciones se
muestran en las páginas siguientes.
Nivel de Grado: Al seleccionar las clases para su hijo (a) use el
nivel de grado para el otoño del 2014.
Cuotas: Después que ha seleccionado y registrado las clases de su
hijo (a) vaya a Fee Management en el lado izquierdo de la pantalla
para ver cuánto debe. Si Ud. está registrando más de un niño, Ud.
necesitara ver las cuotas para cada niño y el total de cuota que
debe. no recibirá una factura o confirmación a través del correo.
Le solicitamos a Ud. que pague por las clases 2 semanas después
de su registro. Si Ud. tiene alguna pregunta, favor de contactarnos
por correo electrónico al
[email protected]
Pago: El pago puede ser realizado por línea electrónica través
de efunds, o Ud. puede mandar un cheque dirigido a Sauk
Prairie Schools a: Summer School, 730 Monroe St, Sauk City
WI 53583. Hay una caja disponible afuera de la puerta del
frente del Centro communitario para su conveniencia. Por
favor escriba Summer School en el sobre e incluya el nombre de
su hijo (a) para estar seguros que ponemos el pago apropiado a
su cuenta.
Becas: Becas parciales están disponibles para su hijo(a) con un
programa de tiempo completo por la mañana. Si Ud. necesita una
beca, favor de enviar una nota con su petición a la Escuela de Verano,
730 Monroe St, Sauk City 53583 o envíenos un correo al community.
[email protected] Favor de incluir el nombre de cada
hijo (a), su nombre y número de contacto.
Política de cancelación: No reembolsos serán entragados por
clases canceladas después del 10 de mayo, excepto por razones
medicas. Si Ud. necesita cancelar una clase o tiene preguntas,
favor de contactarnos por correo electrónico: ccommunity.
[email protected]
Confirmaciones: Estamos haciendo lo que podemos para ser
ecológicos. Las confirmaciones no serán enviadas por correo. Si
Ud. no puede imprimir la agenda de su hijo (a) o tiene preguntas
de su factura, por favor contáctenos por correo electrónico y la
ayudaremos. Ud. puede solicitar que le mandemos la agenda de
su hijo (a) por correo contactándonos al: [email protected]
saukprairieschools.org.
Cambios en su agenda de clases: Ud. debe contactarnos para
hacer cambios en la agenda de su hijo (a). Favor de contactarnos
por correo electrónico al, [email protected]
org con su solicitud.
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Registration OPENS Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at 5:30 PM. Registration CLOSES May 7, 2014 @ 10:00 PM
Summer Staff
Lead Teachers
Robert Marquardt & Becky Weittenhiller,
& Chelsea Enger
Mary Ann Marx
Community Education Coordinator,
643-8386, X2714
Heather Breunig
Aquatics Director, 643-8386, X2712
(643-5950 Pool deck)
Courtney Hahn, RN
School Nurses, 643-5509
Susan O’Neil - Secretary, 643-8386, X2710
High School - 643-5900 while in Session
Middle School Secretary
643-5500 while Summer School is in Session
Jane Wood, Student Records, 643-5984
Alison Dovin, Food Service Secretary
643-5983
Deb Ambler, Bus Info, 643-8252
730 Monroe St
Sauk City, WI 53583
608-643-8386
Community Education Center
Business Hours until June 6, 2014:
M-F, 7:30 AM - 3:45 PM
June 9 - August 22, 2014:
M-TH, 7:30 AM-4:00 PM, Friday 7:30-11:30 AM
Table of Contents
Summer Calendar (Calendario del Verano)
2
“What to Know” to Register (El que Saber - Registro)3
Table of Contents (Indice)
4
Safe Child Procedures
5
Breakfast/Lunch Program
5
Bus Info (Rutas del Camion)
5
Instructions for Registering Online & Requesting Classes
6-8
Fees/Payments8
(How to Pay for classes)
Grid of Semester 1 Classes (4 Week)
9-12
Grid of Term 3 Classes (2 Week)
12-13
Semester 1 Classes (4 Week)
14-23
Term 3 Classes (2 Week)
24-28
Above & Beyond
29
Music Programs (Programas de Musica)
30-31
Sports & Health Clinics & Workshops
(Clinicas y Talleres de Deportes y Salud)
32-33
Aquatics - Swim Programs
34-38
Pool Schedule
(Acuaticos - Programas de Natacion)
38
Swim Pass Fees
38
AfterSchool Club Summer Information
39
Recreation Department Programs
40
Summer Library Programs
41-42
Middle School/High School Maps
43-44
Please Note: We always try to provide accurate, up-to-date information; however, unintentional
mistakes occur or information changes after the material goes to print.
Please refer to http://www.saukprairieschools.org/commcenter/.cfm for corrections.
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SAFE CHILD POLICY & PROCEDURES
• Any person entering the High School or
Middle School buildings during summer
school hours must report to the school’s
office, sign in and receive a visitor’s pass. Entry to each school will be through the front
doors of the building ONLY. All other doors
will be locked during school hours.
• Parents must wait for their children in the
High School commons once the class start
bell rings. No one will be allowed to walk
through the hallways during class time.
Parents are welcome to escort their children
to and from classes, but between class
periods they must wait in the commons.
• If you need to pick up your child for any
reason while classes are in session, report
to the office and a staff member will bring
your child to meet you in the office.
• Any concerns or questions may be directed
to Mr. Doug Yost at 643-5988 or Mary Ann
Marx at 643-8386, X2714.
BREAKFAST/LUNCH PROGRAM
• If you would like your child to participate
in the Grab & Go Breakfast or Lunch
program, give them permission in Step 4
of the online registration process. Have a
discussion with your child about whether or
not you wish for them to participate in this
program. Children will be asked to show
the cashier their orange schedule card
which should have their lunch ID written on
it. You may obtain these orange cards at
the Community Center or from your school’s
office. Students who ride a rural bus may
go to the head of the line so as not to miss
their bus home. Please do not eat on the
bus, wait until you get to your destination.
• Parents/Guardians - Be sure to deposit
funds into your family lunch accounts.
Accounts with negative or low balances
will not be allowed to use the breakfast/
lunch program. If your family is on free
or reduced status, it will contintue for the
summer program. However, you must give
permission in Step 4 of the registration
process.
BUS INFORMATION
Lenz Bus Co. at 643-8252
• Only RURAL students registered for a
full morning of classes will be provided
busing, if requested. Indicate your pickup point located on your bus route when
registering online. Maps of routes can be
found at http://www.saukprairieschools.
org/commcenter. Summer School busing is
not intended to be a door to door service.
Kids who live on the route’s path will be
picked up at their home. If your child does
not live on the route, you will need to make
arrangements with the Lenz Bus Co. to have
your child ready for pickup along the route.
Please be sure to have your children at
their pickup point early the first 3 mornings
until a routine develops. The driver will
communicate all time changes and other
information to the children as it becomes
available.
• Call the bus company at 643-8252 and
the school at 643-5900, if your child is not
riding as scheduled. School dismisses at
11:35 AM. A Grab & Go lunch is available
at the High School commons. Eating is
not allowed on the buses. Children should
wait until they get to their stop to have their
lunch. Their cooperation is appreciated.
Any questions regarding summer busing
can be directed to Lenz Bus Co. Your online
registration is your confirmation. There will
be no other notification by mail.
APPLE = West Point Area
CUPCAKE = Roxbury Area
BALLOONS = Merrimac Area
HEART = Black Hawk Area
STAR = Tower Rock/Bluffview Area
TURTLE = AfterSchool Club Kids
PIG = Above & Beyond Kids
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Online Registration
Registro Electronico & Requesting Classes
DATES OF REGISTRATION
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9 AT 5:30 PM UNTIL WEDNESDAY, MAY 7 AT 10:00 PM.
Registration for Out of District Families will open on Wednesday, April 30.
NOTE: Login to your Family Access account before April 9 to test your login and password. Give
yourself plenty of time to obtain your login and password, if you have forgotten yours or have never used
the system before.
OPEN LAB:
Wednesday, April 9 from 5:30PM until 8:00 PM.
Location: Sauk Prairie High School, room 15.
Phone: 643-8386
Computers will be available for customer use on Fridays between 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM at the
Community Center, 730 Monroe Street. Tendremos 2 computadoras en el Community Center
los Viernes de las 9 am - 3 pm.
Registration for classes is an online process ONLY. Go to skyward Student/Family Access
to log in. To begin the online process, go to https://skyward.saukpr.k12.wi.us/scripts/wsisa.dll/
WService=wsEAplus/fwemnu01.w
LOGIN with your Family Access login and
password.
If you do not know your password, you can
select the “Forgot Password” button to get it
emailed to you.
Entre su clave de usuario y contraseña.
There are 3 steps in completing registration for your children for summer classes.
• Step 1 is a review of your family and student information, health info, bus information, and
permission for your child to participate in the Breakfast/Lunch program.
• Step 2 (Arena Scheduling) is the process of requesting classes for your child. We have 2
sessions; a 4-week session (400 classes) and a 2-week session (200 classes). The Sport &
Health clinics are 500 classes, and the Music & Band classes are 600 classes. Participation in
any of these programs requires that you register your child for them between April 9 and May
8th, 2014.
• Step 3 - Paying for classes. Fees are due when you register. We allow up to 2 weeks to
receive payment. Payment can be made online via e~Funds, by check or by cash.
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STEP 1
Click PART 1 to see a
description and instructions,
along with a link to schedule
each child.
*Apriete PARTE 1 para ver la
descripción e instrucciones,
también con un enlace para
ver la agenda de su hijo (a).
1)
3)
2)
Special Note: Google Translator can be made available by selecting
the 1)“My Account” tab at the top, 2) then checking the box. Click
save and wait for the Translator box to appear. Select it and find the
language needed in the drop down.
Complete Part 1 for EACH child participating in the summer program.
• Open and complete each section listed on the right side of the page.
• To make changes, simply type in the corrected information. This will send a request to
update. Be sure to work your way through all the steps and double click on #4 to submit.
• Upon completion, you may move on to Part 2 (Arena Scheduling of classes).
Complete Parte 1 por CADA hijo
(a) que vaya a participar en el
programa de verano
• Abra y complete cada sección
enlistada del lado derecho de la
pagina
• Escriba en el espacio la
información correcta de
cualquier información que
Ud. necesite actualizar. Esto
hará un envío de solicitud de
actualización. Asegúrese de
seguir todos los pasos. Apriete
dos veces en #4 para enviar la
información
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Step 2 - ARENA SCHEDULING of classes
Select ARENA SCHEDULING
Select the child you would like to
register.
• Only classes that your child is
eligible to enroll in will show for
them.
• Enrollment is based on their
Grade Level in the Fall.
• Filter by period to schedule for
each individual period. Be sure
to use the arrows at the bottom
to scroll to additional pages of
classes for that period.
• If you select a class that meets
for more than one period and
try to select another class that
meets during either of the
periods you will get a scheduling
conflict message. Do not over ride. Remove one of your choices. Your child will not be
permitted to participate in classes that overlap.
Step 3 - Paying Fees “Fee Management”
If you have multiple children, you may have to check
the balance due for each and total the amounts due.
1) Pay online through e~Funds with a debit or credit
card.
Online Payments: First Time Users - How to Set Up
an Account to Make Online Payments:
go to www.saukprairieschools.org
Click on For Parents/Students
Click on Online Payment
Click on New Users Register Here
Enter the information to set up an account. Read the
Terms of Service and click Sign Up Here.
Hint: Use the number listed in skyward as your primary phone and
when you are paying with e~Funds, fee management will grab the
fees for all the students in your family, giving you the total to be paid
just once.
OR
2) Paying with cash or check. Write one check for the entire
family. Cash or checks can be dropped off at the Community
Center, 730 Monroe Street, Sauk City. Include the name of the
child with your payment. *If paying by cash or check, please pay
within 2 weeks of registering to confirm.
Make checks payable to:
SAUK PRAIRIE SCHOOLS
Mail to:
Summer School
730 Monroe St
Sauk City WI 53583
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SM1 = SEMESTER 1 = 4 WEEK SESSION CLASSES
Tuesday, June 24 - Friday, July 18, 2014
No classes July 4th
CLASS #
GD
DESCRIPTION
TERM
PERIOD
1
401
402
403
405
405B
406
408
408B
408C
410
3-5
1-2
5-8
1-3
3-5
3-8
5-8
4-6
1-3
5-7
Acting Fun
Act It Out
Archery
Backyard Games
Backyard Games
Bag Weaving
Basketball
Basketball
Basketball
Book Club
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
411
1
Book Cooks
4W
412
413
414
1-4
1-4
1-4
Breakfast Kids
Carol’s Crafts
Computer Fun
4W
4W
4W
X
X
X
417
417B
418CE1
418CE2
418CE3
*509
3-5
5-8
3-5
1-3
5-7
5-12
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
X
419
419B
420
421
421C
424
424B
422
422B
422C
423
423B
423C
446
425
425C
1-2
3-5
1-4
1-2
2-3
3-5
5-7
1-3
5-8
4-5
4-5
5-6
6-8
1-3
2-4
4-6
Create Cards
Create Cards
Dance for Fun
Dance for Fun
Dance for Fun
Distance Training *This is a
6 week class, June 24 - Aug 1
Down On The Farm
Down On The Farm
Famous Artists
Festival of Books
Festival of Books
Fit Brain, Fit Body
Fit Brain, Fit Body
Flag Football
Flag Football
Flag Football
FORE! Golf for Beginners
FORE! Golf for Beginners
FORE! Golf for Beginners
French Way
Garden Fun
Garden Fun
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
PERIOD
2
X
PERIOD
3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
2 Period class
9:25 - 11:35 AM
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
2 period class
(8:15 - 10:25 am)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
9
4 WEEK SESSION CLASSES
Tuesday, June 24 - Friday, July 18, 2014
No classes July 4th
CLASS #
GD DESCRIPTION
TERM
PERIOD PERIOD PERIOD
1
2
3
X
X
X
433
433B
433C
1-2
1-2
1-2
Get Ready Math
Get Writing
Get Reading
4W
437
437BC
426
427
427C
428B
428C
429
430
476C
1-2
3-5
4-12
1-5
3-6
1-3
3-6
1-4
3-7
7
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
*478
8-9
450A
450B
450C
451A
451B
451C
431B
*510
1
2
3
4
5-6
6
3-4
6-8
Girls Just Wanna Have FUN
Girls Just Wanna Have FUN
Guitar - Beginning/Intermediate
Gymnastics
Gymnastics
Hand Building With Clay
Hand Building With Clay
Kitchen Kids
Loom Weaving
Math Review - 7th
Math Academics - 8/9th
*This is a 6 week class, June 24 - Aug 1
Math Academy - 1st Grade
Math Academy - 2nd Grade
Math Academy - 3rd Grade
Math Academy - 4th Grade
Math Academy - 5/6th Grade
Math Academy - 5/6th Grade
Medieval Times
MAX PERFORMANCE
*This is a 6 week class. June 24 - Aug 1
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
X
432
434
434B
434C
440
440B
440C
435CE
436
441
441C
442
438
438B
10
4-8
3-5
4-6
5-8
3
5
4
5-8
1-3
1-3
3-5
1-3
1-2
2-4
Minecraft
Minute to Win It!
Minute to Win It!
Minute to Win It!
Moving Through Math
Moving Through Math
Moving Through math
Newspaper Publisher
Oceans, Waves & Shells
Paper Crafts Galore
Paper Crafts Galore
Perler Beads
Play Ball!
Play Ball!
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
X
X
4W
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
4W
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
4 WEEK SESSION CLASSES
Tuesday, June 24 - Friday, July 18, 2014
No classes July 4th
CLASS #
GD
DESCRIPTION
TERM
438C
439
439B
439C
5-8
5-7
5-7
2-7
Play Ball!
Pokemon World
Pokemon Advanced
Pokemon Beginner
4W
4W
4W
4W
470ALL
K
Pre-Kindergarten
4W
443MT
4K
Preschool in Summer
4W
443WR
4K
Preschool in Summer
4W
477
7
Reading & Language - 7th
4W
479
8-9
453A
453B
453C
454A
454B
454C
455A
455B
455C
468
467
467C
456
456B
456C
474
474B
474C
475
475B
473BCE
473CCE
480
480BC
2
2
2
3
4
4
6
5-6
5-6
6-12
2-5
4-8
5-8
1-3
3-5
1-2
3-5
2-4
4-8
1-3
5-8
3-5
5-8
3-5
Reading & Language - 8/9th
*This is a 6 week class,
June 24 - Aug 1
Reading Academy
Reading Academy
Reading Academy
Reading Academy
Reading Academy
Reading Academy
Reading Academy
Reading Academy
Reading Academy
Rocking With Shakespeare
Rubberband Loom Creations
Rubberband Loom Creations
Soccer
Soccer
Soccer
Technology Adventures
Technology Adventures
Technology Adventures
Tennis
Tennis
Totally Techie!
Totally Techie!
Track & Field
Track & Field
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
PERIOD
1
PERIOD
2
PERIOD
3
X
X
X
X
3 Period class meets
(8:15 - 11:35 am)
Monday & Tuesday from 8:30
am until 11:15 am
Wed & Thursday from 8:30
am until 11:15 am
2 period class
(8:15 - 10:25 am)
2 period class
(8:15 - 10:25 am)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
11
4 WEEK SESSION CLASSES
Tuesday, June 24 - Friday, July 18, 2014
No classes July 4th
CLASS #
482A
482B
482C
485
485B
486
486BC
487
GD
2-5
6-8
8-12
3-5
1-2
1-5
3-6
1-2
DESCRIPTION
TERM
Wrestling, Advanced
Wrestling, Beginners
Wrestling, Advanced
Write On: Creative Writing
Write On: Creative Writing
Yoga for Health
Yoga for Health
Yoga Meditation
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
4W
PERIOD
1
X
PERIOD PERIOD
2
3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
2 WEEK SESSION (T3)
Monday, July 21 - Friday, August 1, 2014
CLASS #
GD
DESCRIPTION
202
200
203
201
201B
201C
204
205
205B
205C
206CE1
206CE2
206CE3
207B
207C
208
211
209
209B
209C
210
210B
210C
12
4-10
2-5
3-8
5-8
1-3
3-5
1-4
5-8
4-5
3-4
3-5
1-2
6-8
3-4
1-2
4-8
1-2
1-2
5-8
3-4
1-2
5-6
3-4
Ahhh, Stuffed Animals
American Girl Book Club
Bag Weaving
Basketball Skills
Basketball Skills
Basketball Skills
Computer Fun!
Create Cards
Create Cards
Create Cards
Dance for Fun!
Dance for Fun!
Dance for Fun!
Drawing Favorite Characters
Drawing Favorite Characters
Draw & Design
Dr. Seuss
Flag Football
Flag Football
Flag Football
Fun With Numbers
Fun With Numbers
Fun With Numbers
TERM PERIOD
1
T3
T3
X
T3
X
T3
X
T3
T3
T3
X
T3
X
T3
T3
T3
X
T3
T3
T3
T3
T3
X
T3
T3
X
T3
T3
T3
X
T3
T3
PERIOD PERIOD
2
3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
2 WEEK SESSION (T3)
Monday, July 21 - Friday, August 1, 2014
CLASS #
GD
212
212C
213
213B
215
216
216C
218
218C
220
223
224
225B
226C
227
227B
227C
228B
228C
229
230
230B
230C
231
232
1-5
3-6
1-4
3-6
3-7
4-7
5-9
2-5
1-4
1-3
1-4
2-7
1-5
2-7
4
3
5
2-6
5-10
1-4
1-3
2-4
5-8
1-2
4-9
*536
3-6
572
7-12
233
233B
233C
235
279
280
280B
4-8
3-6
1-4
4-8
4-9
3-5
1-3
DESCRIPTION
Gymnastics
Gymnastics
Legos, K-Nex & More
Legos, K-Nex & More
Loom Weaving
Minecraft
Minecraft
Paper Crafts Galore
Paper Crafts Galore
Perler Beads
Pizza Magic
Pokemon World
Pokemon Beginner
Pokemon Advanced
Read, Bead & Write
Read, Bead & Write
Read, Bead & Write
Rubberband Loom Creations
Rubberband Loom Creations
Silly Snacks
Soccer
Soccer
Soccer
Spanish Animals
Spanish Phrases & Numbers
Summer Saunters
*This is a 2 week clinic
see Sport Section for details
Summer Saunters
*This is a 2 week clinic
see Sport Section for details
Technology Adventures
Technology Adventures
Technology Adventures
Tennis
Upcycle Accessories
Write On: Creative Writing
Write On: Creative Writing
TERM PERIOD PERIOD PERIOD
1
2
3
T3
X
X
T3
X
T3
X
X
T3
X
T3
X
T3
X
X
T3
X
T3
X
X
T3
X
T3
X
X
X
T3
X
T3
X
T3
X
T3
X
T3
X
T3
X
T3
X
T3
X
T3
X
T3
X
X
T3
X
T3
X
T3
X
T3
X
T3
X
July 21 - 25; 8:15 AM - 4:00 PM
T3
& July 28 - Aug 1; 8:15 - 11:35
AM
T3
July 21 - 25; 8:15 AM - 4:00 PM
& July 28 - Aug 1; 8:15 - 11:35
AM
T3
X
T3
X
T3
X
T3
X
X
X
T3
X
T3
X
X
T3
X
13
4 WEEK SESSION (4W)
Tuesday, June 24 - Friday, July 18, 2014
No classes July 4th
ACTING FUN (AVENTURAS ACTUANDOLO) - We will work on acting skills including characterization, vocalization
and stage positions. We will rehearse and perform a series of Folk Tales. Students will gain confidence in public
performance.
CLASS # GRADES PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
401
$0
Out of District Fee: $31
15/22
Leahy Theater
D. Sullivan
3-5
P2
ACT IT OUT (ACTUANDOLO) - Acting skills for the very young. We will do a version of Aesop’s Fables for a
performance the last day of school, July 18.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
402
1-2
P1
$0
Out of District Fee: $31
15/22
D. Sullivan
Leahy Theater
ARCHERY (ARQUERIA) - Archery for all levels! Come learn the ‘11 Steps to Archery Success’ and be a part of the
National Archery in Schools Program. Compound bows, arrows, and targets provided!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
403
5-8
P3
$0
Out of District Fee: $31
15/16
MS S. GYM
E. Rennicke
BACKYARD GAMES (JUEGOS DE JARDIN) - Are you bored? Looking for something fun to do? Learn a variety of
new and FUN games that you can enjoy all year long.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
405
405B
1-3
3-5
P1
P2
$0
15/22
15/22
E. Rennicke
Out of District Fee: $31
MS N. GYM
BAG WEAVING (TEJIENDO BOLSOS) - We will use cardboard and yarn to make some fantastic looking bags and
accessories!!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
406
3-8
P1
$25
Out of District Fee: $56
15/20
MS 117
A. Thorpe
BASKETBALL (LO BASICO DE BASQUETBOL) - Students will work on their basketball skills throughout the four
weeks. Games played each day to practice the skills covered. Skills taught include dribbling, shooting, passing,
rebounding, and defense.
CLASS #
GRADES PERIOD FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
408
408B
408C
5-8
4-6
1-3
15/22
15/22
15/22
HS N. GYM A. Thrune
P1
P2
P3
$12
Out of District $43
INSTRUCTOR
BOOK CLUB (CLUB DE LECTURA) - Students will be able to choose from a variety of books to form book club
groups. A different book each week. Discussions and projects pertaining to the book.
CLASS #
GRADES PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
410
5-7
$6
Out of District Fee: $37
15/20
HS 23
14
P1 or P2
P. Schwarz
4 WEEK SESSION (4W)
Tuesday, June 24 - Friday, July 18, 2014
No classes July 4th
BOOK COOKS (COCINO CON LOS LIBROS) - This class is open to students who have received a “Special Invitation
to Attend”. This class will explore art, math, science, and cooking through children’s books! Together, we will read
stories, make crafts, and build fun, creative snacks...with no heat source! Read, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” and
create a butterfly treat! Not for children with food allergies.
CLASS #
GRADE
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX LOCATION
411
1
P2 *
$20
15/22
*This is a 2 hour
Out of District Fee:
class 9:25 - 11:35 AM $51
HS 17
INSTRUCTOR
J. Van de Hey
BREAKFAST KIDS (DESAYUNO PARA NIÑOS) - Start the day with a breakfast you create in the kitchen. Learn
basic kitchen skills, nutrition basics and create a cookbook of yummy recipes! Not for children with food allergies.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX LOCATION
412
1-4
P1
$20
15/22
Out of District Fee: $51
HS RM 47
INSTRUCTOR
C. Rothmann
CAROL’S CRAFTS (ARTESANIAS DE CAROL) - Come join Carol for some fantastic crafts! We will use paint, paper,
clay, and much more.
CLASS # GRADES
PERIOD
413
P1, P2 or P3 $25
15/20
Out of District Fee: $56
1-4
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
MS RM 108
C. Gagnon
COMPUTER FUN (¡DIVERSION POR COMPUTADORA) - Computers + Kids = Creativity X 2! Would you like to
explore the computer? Learn some tips and tricks on the computer?
CLASS # GRADES PERIOD
414
1-4
FEE
P1, P2, or P3 $7
Out of District Fee: $38
MIN/MAX
LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
15/22
HS LAB 15 P. Sheard
CREATE CARDS (CREANDO TARJETAS PARA NINOS) - Be inspired to create and share with style and color
life through projects that look amazing, but are easy to do. This class will provide you with ideas for card making,
scrapbooking, and projects that will be useful and simple to make. Examples will be provided and combined with your
creativity will showcase your artistic talents.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
417
417B
3-5
5-8
P1 or P3
P2
$30
15/22
15/22
MS 107
L. Netzinger
Out of District Fee: $61
DANCE FOR FUN! (BAILAR PARA DIVERTIRSE) - Come ready to Dance 4 Fun! Each day we will do a simple warm
up and learn new dance routines each week!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
418CE1
418CE2
481CE3
3-5
1-3
5-7
P1
P2
P3
$20
15/22
MS CAFE
E. Edmondson
DOWN ON THE FARM (ALLA EN LA GRANJA) - Come and explore all that agriculture has to offer...from machines,
animals, and plants on the farm to how food is processed. There will be many hands-on activities including making
homemade ice cream.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
419
419B
1-2
3-5
P1
P2 or P3
$4
Out of District Fee: $35
15/22
15/22
HS 46
T. Anderson
15
4 WEEK SESSION (4W)
Tuesday, June 24 - Friday, July 18, 2014
No classes July 4th
FAMOUS ARTISTS (ARTISTAS FAMOSOS) - Famous Artists-Monet, Van Gogh, Degas. Learn about these great
artists and more! We will explore their styles and methods and create our own works of art!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
420
1-4
P3
$5
Out of District Fee: $36
15/22
HS 46
K. Kerska
FESTIVAL OF BOOKS - This class offers your child an opportunity to have some summer reading fun and learn more
about the authors of the books they like to read. While reading “Frog and Toad Are Friends” we will learn about frogs
and toads. This course will focus on reading comprehension strategies. Each week will have a theme surrounding the
story we are reading. We will make a healthy snack to go along with our book’s theme. Children will create their own
cookbook from these recipes to take with them. The snacks will be easy enough for them to make at home.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
421
421C
1-2
2-3
P1, P2
P3
$6
15/25
15/25
HS 37
V. Webster
K. Greimel
Out of District Fee: $37
FIT BRAIN, FIT BODY - Keep your brain and your body fit and have fun doing it! Each day will be filled with fun
exercises, yoga, aerobics, dance moves, board games and card games. This class will be a great way for you to keep
your body and your brain fit and have fun!
CLASS # GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX LOCATION
424
3-5
P1 or P3
$3
15/22
424B
5-7
P2
HS 70/
HS S. Gym
INSTRUCTOR
A. Good
Out of District Fee: $34
FLAG FOOTBALL (FúTBOL AMERICANO DE BANDERA) - This class will teach students the basics of flag football
while learning the game through good sportsmanship and how to play as a team. Practicing the fundamentals of football
will be a high priority. In addition, a variety of fun and interactive games will be played throughout each class.
CLASS #
GRADES PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
422
422B
422C
1-3
5-8
4-5
$3
15/20
HS FIELD
J. Peters
P1
P2
P3
Out of District Fee: $34
FORE! GOLF FOR BEGINNERS (¡ALLI VAI GOLF PARA PRINCIPIANTES) - Learn the fundamentals of a lifelong
sport. We will work on your golf swing as well as proper club selection. We will also learn the rules of the game and
discuss golf etiquette. We will go to Lake Wisconsin Country Club each Friday to test our skills on a real golf course.
Equipment for the class is provided.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
423
423B
423C
4-5
5-6
6-8
P1
P2
P3
$20
15/18
HS 32
S. Frey
Out of District Fee: $51
FRENCH WAY (LA MANERA FRANCESA) - Explore French culture through art, music and famous monuments. Learn
simple phrases and greetings, colors, numbers and foods.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
446
1-3
P1
$0
Out of District Fee: $31
15/22
HS 46
K. Kerska
16
4 WEEK SESSION (4W)
Tuesday, June 24 - Friday, July 18, 2014
No classes July 4th
GARDEN FUN (JARDIN DIVERTIDO) - This class will teach students how to garden start to finish. They will learn
tillage, planting, pest and weed control, and harvest. Included will be fun projects related to gardening.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
425
425C
2-4
4-6
P1 or P2 $25
15/20
P3
Out of District Fee: $56
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
MS 115
R. Sheard
GET READY MATH! (ESTAS LISTO PARA MATEMATICAS) - How are your math skills? We’ll take on counting,
adding, skip counting, number problems and more to strengthen your math skills.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
433
1-2
P1
$1
Out of District Fee: $32
15/22
HS 33
N. Toberman
GET WRITING! (ESTAS LISTO PARA EXCRITURA) - Become a young author by sharpening your writing skills. We’ll
work on punctuation, spacing and sentence structure while writing an “All About It” book, as well as keeping a daily
journal.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
433B
1-2
P2
$1
Out of District Fee: $32
15/22
N. Toberman
HS 33
GET READING! (ESTAS LISTO PARA LEER) - Review and work on sight words, word families, Bossy R words, etc.
to strengthen the skills learned. Don’t lose the skills learned at school.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
433C
1-2
P3
$1
Out of District Fee: $32
15/22
HS 33
N. Toberman
GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE FUN! (¡LAS NINAS SOLO QUIEREN DIVERTIRSE!) - This class is for girls that love to
do crafts, be creative and have tons of fun. We will do projects to make you and your bedroom look fabulous!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
437
437BC
1-2
3-5
P1
$15
15/20
P2 or P3 Out of District Fee: $46
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
MS 111
T. Kraemer
GUITAR, BEGINNING TO INTERMEDIATE (GUITARRA-PRINCIPIANTE/INTERMEDIO) - You CAN learn
guitar without reading music! Students will learn and enjoy, at their own pace, as much guitar as they can! Chord
shapes,strumming, major and minor scales (soloing), songwriting and singing (optional). First week learn “Wild Thing”,
then write your own or learn your favorites. Must bring guitar! (Se habla español).
CLASS # GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
426
P1, P2 or P3
$0
12/12
Out of District Fee: $31
4-12
MIN/MAX
LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
HS 40
J. Gerenscer
GYMNASTICS (GYMNASIA) - This class offers the basics of gymnastics in a safe, positive environment. Students
will be exposed to lessons using the balance beam, uneven bars, vault, and floor exercise.
CLASS #
GRADES PERIOD FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
427
427C
1-5
3-6
15/24
MS S. GYM
C. Peterson
P1, P2
P3
$4
Out of District Fee: $35
HAND BUILDING WITH CLAY (CONSTRUYENDO CON ARCILLA) - Explore hand building techniques with clay
including pinch, coil and slab techniques. Each child will make and bring home at least three completed pieces.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
428B
428C
1-3
3-6
P2
P3
15/22
15/22
MS ART 143
M. Yarnell
$12
Out of District Fee: $43
17
4 WEEK SESSION (4W)
Tuesday, June 24 - Friday, July 18, 2014
No classes July 4th
KITCHEN KIDS (NINOS EN LA COCINA) - You can be a kitchen kid this summer! Learn basic cooking skills, kitchen
safety and how to follow a recipe to create delicious foods to eat and enjoy.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
429
1-4
P2 or P3
$20
Out of District Fee: $51
15/22
HS 47
C. Rothmann
LOOM WEAVING (DESCUBRIENDO EL TEJIDO) - Learn the basics of loom weaving from start to finish. A variety of
weaving styles will be taught including the basic tabby weave, raya knot, basket weave and tapestry weave. Each child
will leave class with a completed weaving.
CLASS # GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
430
P1
$6
Out of District Fee: $37
15/22
MS ART RM M. Yarnell
3-7
INSTRUCTOR
MATH REVIEW - 7 (MATEMATICAS) - Students will review and extend knowledge of 6th grade math skills. The focus
will be on numeration and computation, measurement skills, data analysis and probability, pre-algebraic functions and
expressions, and geometric skills.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
476C
7
P3
15/22
MS 103
M. Sprecher
$6
MATH ACADEMICS - 8/9 (MATEMATICAS) - Students will receive instruction at their individual mathematical levels to
increase their skills and background knowledge for 8th and 9th grade curriculums. Integration of fractions, decimals,
percents, 1 and 2 step equations and other basic skills will be the focus depending on student need.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
478
8-9
P3
$6
15/22
HS Rm 20
C. QUAM
This is a 6 week class. It runs from June 24 until August 1.
MATH ACADEMY (MATEMATICAS) - This class is open to students who have received a “Special Invitation” to attend.
Your child will be provided support to help them maintain the growth they have made during the school year. Your child
will enjoy math games and working with math resources. The activities will help your child increase their math skills and
understanding. Space is limited.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
450A
450B
450C
1
2
3
P1
P2
P3
451A
451B
451C
4
5
6
P1
P2
P3
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
$6
15/20
15/20
12/20
HS Rm 9
HS Rm 9
HS Rm 9
T. Frey
T. Frey
T. Frey
$6
12/20
12/20
12/20
HS Rm 10
HS Rm 10
HS Rm 10
J. Coughlin
J. Coughlin
J. Coughlin
MEDIEVAL TIMES (TIEMPOS MEDIEVALES) - Explore life of medieval times, castles and the lives of knights. We will
read the book, “The Knight at Dawn” and build a model of a castle. Travel back in time and see how different life was in
the Middle Ages!
CLASS # GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
431B
P2
$5
Out of District Fee: $36
15/22
K. Kerska
18
3-4
HS 46
4 WEEK SESSION (4W)
Tuesday, June 24 - Friday, July 18, 2014
No classes July 4th
MAX PERFORMANCE - This program is geared toward the young athlete who wants to improve their athleticism,
fitness education, strength and agility performance. Students will become stronger, improve their athletice speed
and reduce their risk of injury in athletics. *This is a 6 week program.
15/75
FEE
6-8
MIN/
MAX
3
GRADES
PERIOD
TERM
CLASS #
510 4W
MEET
LOCATION
$0 In
District
SPHS
Weight Rm
DATES
TIME
INSTRUCTOR
June 24 - July 18 10:35 - 11:35 AM J. Chrisler
MINECRAFT - This class will use the computer game Minecraft. In this sandbox game students will work in a team
to create, survive, and design a livable world that is proportional to real life.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
432
4-8
P1, P2, or P3 $11
Out of District Fee: $42
15/20
MS 112
J. Schave
MINUTE TO WIN IT! (¡UN MINUTO PARA GANAR!) - Just like the hit tv show, “Minute to Win It” will test your ability
to complete tasks using household items. Activities will be individual, partner, and team play. Throughout the week
we will practice the games and then have a friendly competition each Friday.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
434
434B
434C
3-5
4-6
5-8
P1
P2
P3
$6
Out of District Fee: $37
15/22
15/22
15/22
MS 104
M. Schmitt
MOVING THROUGH MATH - Learn math through brain-based learning and critical thinking. Children of all
abilities can benefit as lessons will spark kids brains and get their dendrites firing through numeration, fractions,
measurement, and geometry.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
440
440B
440C
3
5
4
P1
P2
P3
$4
15/22
15/22
15/22
Out of District Fee: $35
MS 106
S. Anderson
NEWSPAPER PUBLISHER (PUBLICANDO PERIODICOS) - Join the staff of Sauk Prairie’s Summer School
Newspaper! In this class, your newspaper “beat” will be summer school. You will use your creativity and inspiration to
build the newspaper from the ground up – planning the layout, developing the content and brainstorming story ideas.
You will write and edit articles, take photos, and use the computer to layout a newspaper for publication. We will
find a job for everyone! We will do some fun team-building activities and use computer technology to enhance your
“newspaper” experience. Budding writers and photojournalists will also have the opportunity to work on projects for
other publications.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
435CE
5-8
P1
$22
15/22
MS 225
M. Rauls
OCEANS, WAVES & SHELLS (oceanos, olas, conchas) - Come join us on an exciting ocean adventure. We
will learn about the many magnificent sea creatures in our amazing oceans. We will have many real treasures from
the sea to see, feel and learn about. Come along with us on this fun learning experience.
CLASS #
GRADES PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
436
1-3
$5
Out of District Fee: $36
15/22
HS 25
D. Rasque
P1, P2, or P3
19
4 WEEK SESSION (4W)
Tuesday, June 24 - Friday, July 18, 2014
No classes July 4th
PAPER CRAFTS GALORE (MUCHAS ARTESANIAS DE PAPEL) - A variety of art projects will be completed using
only paper, glue, scissors and drawing supplies.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
441
441C
1-3
3-5
P1 or P2
P3
$5
Out of District Fee: $36
15/22
15/22
HS 30
A. McMillion
PERLER BEADS - Perler Bead Creations is a great class for fine motor skills and creativity. It encourages imaginative
thinking while having fun. Each child will create one project per class such as room decorations, colorful magnets, sun
catchers, picture frames, and more! This class will be full of endless creations and fun!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
442
1-3
P1, P2 or P3
$1
15/20
Out of District Fee: $32
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
HS 35
S. Skog
PLAY BALL! (¡JUEGO BEISBOL!) - Practice baseball fundamentals such as throwing, catching, fielding, hitting, base
running, pitching, and bunting. We will play games on the diamond and in the gym. We play wiffle ball indoors, and
even have a home run derby. Sportsmanship will be stressed. Students should bring a glove, and must wear tennis
shoes (no sandals).
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
438
438B
438C
1-2
2-4
5-8
P1
P2
P3
$0
15/18
15/18
15/18
MS East
Softball
diamond
D. Pape
Out of District Fee: $31
POKEMON WORLD (EL MUNDO DE POKEMON) - Pokemon World explores the entire world of Pokemon through
the cards, books, video games and more! Also, students will learn much about the culture of Japan, where Pokemon
originated. Students will receive supplies to protect their card collections and booster packs by earning Trainer points
in class.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
439
5-7
P1
$6
Out of District Fee: $37
15/22
HS 31
K. Ziegler
POKEMON ADVANCED (POKEMON AVANCADO) - Pokemon Advanced is a class best for players that have played
the Pokemon card game before. Students will learn about the finer points and strategies of the Pokemon Trading Card
game and will receive supplies designed to protect their card collections. Students will receive booster packs in class
as they earn Trainer points for playing and learning the game.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
439B
2-7
P2
$6
Out of District Fee: $37
15/22
HS 31
K. Ziegler
POKEMON BEGINNER (POKEMON PARA PRINCIPIANTES) - For beginning Pokemon players! New players will
receive a pre-constructed deck to play with along with supplies that will keep Pokemon cards in the best condition.
Players will learn how to play the Pokemon trading card game, how to evaluate the value of their cards, and how to
take care of their collection.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
439C
1-5
P3
$10
Out of District Fee: $41
15/22
HS 31
K. Ziegler
20
4 WEEK SESSION (4W)
Tuesday, June 24 - Friday, July 18, 2014
No classes July 4th
PRE-KINDERGARTEN (PREPARACION PARA KINDER) - Students will be introduced to a modified Kindergarten day. Growth and confidence will be encouraged through structured activities, storytimes, social play and singing. “1, 2, 3” and “A, B, C” activities will be presented to reinforce and strengthen each child’s skills. Must be 5 by September 1, 2014. Classroom assignments will be determined when enrollment is complete. You will receive a letter from
your child’s assigned teacher introducing themselves and sharing what the classroom experience will include. You
will also be asked to share your child’s pick up and drop off plans. Please watch your mail for a letter from your child’s
teacher. If you do not receive your letter by June 5, please call our office at 643-8386, x2710 or email community.
[email protected]
CLASS # GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
470ALL K
select P1*
(8:15 - 11-35 AM)
$20
15/20 per
section
HS 41
HS 42
HS 43
HS 44
L. Tank
C. Frey
J. Handschke
J. Henn
*Please keep in mind
Out of District
that this class meets for Fee: $51
3 hours.
PRESCHOOL IN SUMMER (PRESCOLAR 4 ANOS) - Must be 4 by Sept 1, 2014. Spend your mornings in Preschool
fun! We’ll explore colors, art, stories, play and learn games. Registration is limited to either the M/T or W/TH class.
There is NO busing available for this program. Children must be dropped off and picked up at the Community Center at
730 Monroe St, Sauk City.
CLASS #
CLASS DAYS
CLASS TIME
443MT
MONDAY &
TUESDAY
8:30 - 11:15 AM
444WR
WEDNESDAY
8:30 - 11:15 AM
& THURSDAY
MEET DATES
FEE
JUNE 24, 30, $15
JULY 1, 7, 8,
14, & 15
JUNE 25, 26, $15
JULY 2, 3, 9,
10, 16 & 17
LOCATION
TEACHER
COMMUNITY
CENTER
Mrs. Brickl
PRESCHOOL
ROOM
Out of District Fee: $46
READING & LANGUAGE, 7TH - Students will focus on concepts relating to reading comprehension and analyzing
skills, paragraph writing, creative writing, and summarizing techniques both fiction and non-fiction. Grammar and
spelling concepts will also be reviewed.
CLASS # GRADES
PERIOD
477
Select P1*
$6
15/30
MS 103
*2 hour class
Meets 8:15 - 10:25 AM - Must be present for entire 2 hours
7
FEE
MIN/MAX LOCATION
TEACHER
M. Sprecher
READING & LANGUAGE, 8/9TH - Students will receive instruction at their individual reading levels to increase their
skills and background knowledge for 8th and 9th grade curriculums. Computer software programs such as Mindplay will
be used to develop individual skills. Integration of reading and writing within science and social studies concepts will be
utilized.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX LOCATION TEACHER
479
8-9
Select P1*
$6
15/30
HS Rm 19 K. Marquardt
*2 hour class
Meets 8:15 - 10:25 AM - Must be present for entire 2 hours
This is a 6 week class. It runs from June 24 until August 1.
21
4 WEEK SESSION (4W)
Tuesday, June 24 - Friday, July 18, 2014
No classes July 4th
READING ACADEMY - ELEMENTARY (ACADEMIA DE LECTURA) - This class is open to students who have
received a “Special Invitation to Attend”. The class will provide your child with support and help them to maintain
the growth they have made during the school year. Your child will enjoy reading adventures. The fun activities will
help your child increase their reading skills and understand what they are reading all while enjoying to read. Please
register early - SPACE IS LIMITED.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
453A
453B
453C
2
2-3
3
P1
P2
P3
454A
454B
454C
3
3-4
4
P1
P2
P3
455A
455B
455C
5
5-6
6
P1
P2
P3
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
TEACHER
$6
12/20
12/20
12/20
HS 13
HS 13
HS 13
E. Eslinger
E. Eslinger
E. Eslinger
$6
12/20
12/20
12/20
HS 12
HS 12
HS 12
K. Trachsler
K. Trachsler
K. Trachsler
$6
12/20
12/20
12/20
HS 14
HS 14
HS 14
N. Backeberg
N. Backeberg
N. Backeberg
ROCKING WITH SHAKESPEARE (ROQUEANDO CON SHAKESPERE) - We will rehearse and perform either “”A
Midsummer Night’s Dream” or “12th Night” by Lois Burdett, depending on the number of students enrolled. Learn
about Shakespeare’s language, stage sense, vocalization, physicalization, memorization.
CLASS # GRADES
PERIOD FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
TEACHER
468
P3
15/24
HS LEAHY TH
D. Sullivan
6-12
$15
Out of District Fee: $46
RUBBERBAND LOOM CREATIONS - Get in on all the fun of the great rubber band loom craze!! Come join us as we
learn how to make all sorts of creations!!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD FEE
MIN/MAX LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
467
467C
2-5
4-8
P2
P3
15/22
15/22
A. Thorpe
$40
Out of District Fee: $77
MS 117
SOCCER (EL FúTBOL) - Learn the basic fundamentals of soccer. We will work on dribbling, passing, shooting,
defensive positioning, and offensive possession of the ball, as well as small-sided and large-sided games. All skill
levels are welcomed!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
456
456B
456C
5-8
1-3
3-5
P1
P2
P3
$0
15/20
15/20
15/20
MS West
T. Fuchs
Softball Field
Out of District Fee: $31
INSTRUCTOR
TECHNOLOGY ADVENTURES (AVENTURAS DE TECNOLOGIA) - Make your very own webpage, email friends and
family, make slideshows and stories, and learn how to use the internet safely.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
474
474B
474C
1-2
3-5
2-4
P1
P2
P3
$0
15/20
15/20
15/20
HS 16
M. Wirtz
22
Out of District Fee: $31
4 WEEK SESSION (4W)
Tuesday, June 24 - Friday, July 18, 2014
No classes July 4th
TENNIS (TENIS) - Develop skills to play the game of Tennis. Skills covered will include: forehand, backhand, serving,
volleying and rule application.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
475
475B
4-8
1-3
P1 or P3
P2
15/22
15/22
HS TENNIS CT
T. Moss
$2
Out of District Fee: $33
TOTALLY TECHIE! ( TOTALMENTE TECHIE) - Get more tech savvy! Have fun learning technology. Design
documents using google docs and create individual websites. Your creativity will flow as you write, illustrate and
narrate your own digital books. We will also introduce some interesting and fun tech tools that will make you totally
techie! The focus will be on having fun, but we will play it safe by practicing internet safety.
CLASS # GRADES
PERIOD FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
473BCE
473CCE
P2
P3
15/22
15/22
MS 225 (LAB)
M. Rauls
5-8
3-5
$24
Out of District Fee: $55
TRACK & FIELD (CARRERAS DE PISTA) - Learn the fundamentals of high jump and long jump and learn proper
warm-up and running technique.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
480
480BC
5-8
3-5
P1
P2 or P3
$0
Out of District Fee: $31
15/22
15/22
HS FIELD
J. Logterman
WRESTLING FOR BEGINNERS - Designed to introduce the basics of wrestling and tumbling. We will teach the rules
and movements of wrestling and incorporate games and plenty of exercise into each class.
CLASS # GRADES
PERIOD FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
482B
P2
15/20
HS WRESTLING
RM
S. Smith
2-5
$0
Out of District Fee: $31
WRESTLING, ADVANCED (LUCHA AVANZADA) - This class will focus on the advanced techniques and strategies
of wrestling. Includes drilling, games, and live wrestling.
CLASS # GRADES PERIOD FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
482
482C
15/20
15/20
HS WRESTLING
RM
S. Smith
6-8
8-12
P1
P3
$0
Out of District Fee: $31
WRITE ON: CREATIVE WRITING ( escritura creativa) - Are you a budding author? This is the opportunity to
spend time flexing your writing muscles. This class focuses on artistic expression where individuals will be engaged in
creative writing exercises, activities and games that will stretch their creativity and help them become stronger writers.
CLASS #
GRADES PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
485
485B
3-5
1-2
$1
Out of District Fee: $32
15/22
15/20
MS 105
P1 or P3
P2
H. Osborne
YOGA FOR HEALTH - We’ll begin with an introduction to yoga. Students will create a yoga notebook, learn basic
poses, and play games to help understand the health benefits of yoga. Enjoy learning poses and yoga routines as
well as creating your own routine.
CLASS # GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
486
486BC
P1
P2 or P3
$4
Out of District Fee: $35
15/20
15/20
HS 69/70
R. Scheunemann
1-5
3-6
YOGA MEDITATION - Learn how to relax your body and clear your mind. Learn yoga poses and ways to handle
stress. Create a healthy mind and body. Dress comfortably and bring a large towel.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
487
1-2
P2 or P3
$3
Out of District Fee: $34
15/20
HS 29
B. Wundram
23
2 WEEK SESSION (T3)
Monday, July 21 - Friday, August 1, 2014
AHHHH, STUFFED ANIMALS (AHHH, ANIMALES DE PELUCHE) - Make your very own stuffed monster! Learn to
make simple patterns, sew basic stitches and sew on buttons. No sewing experience necessary.
CLASS #
GRADES PERIOD FEE
MNI/MAX LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
202
4-10
15/20
E. McCabe
P3
$6
Out of District Fee:
$23
MS ART RM 145
Left Side Entrance
AMERICAN GIRL BOOK CLUB - “Do you love to read? Have you heard of the American Girl book series? Spend
your summer mornings leisurely reading about and listening to the historical tales of characters like Molly, Kit, and
Addy...just to name a few. An American Girl picnic will be held at the end of the 2 weeks!
CLASS # GRADES
PERIOD FEE
200
P1
2-5
MIN/MAX
$1
15/20
Out of District Fee: $18
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
MS ART RM 145
Left Side Entrance
E. McCabe
BAG WEAVING (TEJIENDO BOLSOS) - We will use cardboard and yarn to make some fantastic looking bags and
accessories!!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
203
3-8
P1
$25
Out of District Fee: $42
15/20
MS 117
A. Thorpe
BASKETBALL SKILLS (LO BASICO DE BASQUETBOL) - Students will work on basic fundamentals, skill
development and games associated with basketball.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
201
201B
201C
5-8
1-3
3-5
P1
P2
P3
$12
15/24
15/24
15/24
HS N. GYM
T. MOSS
Out of District Fee: $29
COMPUTER FUN (DIVERSION POR COMPUTADORA) - Computers + Kids = Creativity X 2! Would you like to
explore the computer? Learn some tips and tricks on the computer?
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
204
1-4
P1, P2, or P3 $7
Out of District Fee: $24
15/22
HS LAB 15 P. Sheard
CREATE CARDS (CREANDO TARJETAS PARA NINOS) - Be inspired to create and share with style and color
life through projects that look amazing, but are easy to do. This class will provide you with ideas for card making,
scrapbooking, and projects that will be useful and simple to make. Examples will be provided and, combined with
your creativity, will showcase your artistic talents.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
205
205B
205C
5-8
4-5
3-4
P1
P2
P3
$30
MIN/MAX
15/20
15/20
Out of District Fee: $47
15/20
LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
MS 107
L. Netzinger
DANCE FOR FUN! (BAILAR PARA DIVERTIRSE) - Come ready to Dance 4 Fun! Each day we will do a simple warm
up and learn new dance routines each week!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
206CE1
206CE2
206CE3
3-5
1-2
6-8
P1
P2
P3
$12
15/22
MS CAFE
E. Edmondson
24
2 WEEK SESSION (T3)
Monday, July 21 - Friday, August 1, 2014
DRAWING FAVORITE CHARACTERS (DIBUJA TUS CARACTERES FAVORITOS DE LOS LIBROS) - Children
will learn observation skills to help them draw storybook characters.The “Cat in the Hat”, the “Big Green Monster”,
and “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” are a sampling of what will be drawn. Bring some ideas of your favorites so we can draw
them too!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
207B
207C
3-4
1-2
P2
P3
$7
Out of District Fee: $24
15/22
15/20
MS ART RM M. Yarnell
DRAW & DESIGN (DIBUJAR y DISENO) - Learn about drawing strategies and explore design concepts such as
color, pattern, repetition, and texture.
CLASS #
GRADES PERIOD
FEE
208
4-8
$5
15/20
Out of District Fee: $22
P1, P2 or P3
MIN/MAX LOCATION
HS 46
INSTRUCTOR
A. Fiene
DR. SEUSS - Students will be absorbed in Dr. Seuss! We will read books, play games, do crafts and even make
Oobleck!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
211
1-2
P3
15/22
HS 41
J. Witthoft
$3
Out of District Fee: $20
FLAG FOOTBALL (FUTBOL AMERICANO DE BANDERA) - This class will teach students the basics of
flag football while learning the game through good sportsmanship and how to play as a team. Practicing the
fundamentals of football will be a high priority. In addition, a variety of fun and interactive games will be played
throughout each class.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
209
209B
209C
1-2
5-8
3-4
P1
P2
P3
$3
15/20
15/20
HS FIELD
J. Peters
Out of District Fee: $20
FUN WITH NUMBERS (DIVERSION CON NUMBEROS) - Students will play games that are related to Math. They
will grow as a student and have fun learning about math.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
210
210B
210C
1-2
5-6
3-4
P1
P2
P3
$1
15/20
15/20
HS 45
A. Thrune
Out of District Fee: $11
GYMNASTICS (GYMNASIA) - This class offers the basics of gymnastics in a safe, positive environment. Students
will be exposed to lessons using the balance beam, uneven bars, vault, and floor exercise.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
212
212C
1-5
3-6
P1 or P2
P3
$4
15/22
Out of District Fee: $21 15/24
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
MS S. GYM
C. Peterson
LEGOS, K-NEX & MORE (CONSTRUYENDO CON BLOQUES) - Hey! Hey! Do you like to build with Legos, K-Nex,
and other toys? In this class we have centers, challenges, and other fun projects.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
213
213B
1-4
3-6
P1 or P3
P2
$15
Out of District Fee: $32
15/22
15/20
MS 108
C. Gagnon
25
2 WEEK SESSION (T3)
Monday, July 21 - Friday, August 1, 2014
LOOM WEAVING - (DESCUBRIENDO EL TEJIDO) - Learn the basics of loom weaving from start to finish. A variety
of weaving styles will be taught including the basic tabby weave, raya knot, basket weave and tapestry weave. Each
child will leave class with a completed weaving.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
215
3-7
P1
$6
Out of District Fee: $23
15/22
MS ART RM M. Yarnell
MINECRAFT - This class will use the computer game Minecraft. In this sandbox game students will work in a team to
create, survive, and design a livable world that is proportional to real life.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
216
216C
4-7
5-9
P1 or P2
P3
$11
Out of District Fee: $28
15/20
15/20
MS 112
J. Schave
PAPER CRAFTS GALORE (MUCHAS ARTESANIAS DE PAPEL) - A variety of Art Projects will be completed using
only paper, glue, scissors and drawing supplies.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
218
218C
2-5
1-4
P1 or P2
P3
$5
Out of District Fee: $22
15/20
15/22
HS 30
A. McMillion
PERLER BEADS - Perler Bead Creations is a great class for fine motor skills and creativity. It encourages imaginative
thinking while having fun. Each child will create one project per class such as room decorations, colorful magnets, sun
catchers, picture frames, and more! This class will be full of endless creations and fun!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
220
1-3
P1, P2 or P3
$1
Out of District Fee: $18
15/20
HS 42
S. Skog
PIZZA MAGIC - Hocus Pocus....Alakazam!! In this class we will learn how to use basic cooking and kitchen skills to
create pizza every day and then watch it DISAPPEAR as we eat and enjoy 10 different kinds of pizza.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
223
1-4
P3
15/22
HS 47
$20
Out of District Fee: $37
C. Rothmann
POKEMON WORLD (EL MUNDO DE POKEMON) - Pokemon World explores the entire world of Pokemon through
the cards, books, video games and more! Also, students will learn much about the culture of Japan, where Pokemon
originated. Students will receive supplies to protect their card collections and booster packs by earning Trainer points
in class.
CLASS #
GRADES PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
224
2-7
$6
Out of District Fee: $24
15/20
HS 31
K. Ziegler
P1
POKEMON BEGINNER (POKEMON PARA PRINCIPIANTES) - For beginning Pokemon players! New players will
receive a pre-constructed deck to play with along with supplies that will keep Pokemon cards in the best condition.
Players will learn how to play the Pokemon trading card game, how to evaluate the value of their cards, and how to
take care of their collection.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD FEE
225B
1-5
P2
26
MIN/MAX
$10
15/22
Out of District Fee: $27
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
HS 31
K. Ziegler
2 WEEK SESSION (T3)
Monday, July 21 - Friday, August 1, 2014
POKEMON ADVANCED (POKEMON AVANCADO) - Pokemon Advanced is a class best for players that have
played the Pokemon card game before. Students will learn about the finer points and strategies of the Pokemon
Trading Card game and will receive supplies designed to protect their card collections. Students will receive booster
packs in class as they earn Trainer points for playing and learning the game.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
226C
2-7
P3
$6
Out of District Fee: $23
15/20
HS 31
K. Ziegler
READ, BEAD & WRITE (LEER, ESCRIBIR Y CORDON) - We’ll read lots of stories, write letters to our American
soldiers, and make beaded bracelets and necklaces to send to the soldiers. Soldiers will keep one for themselves
and give the second one to a child.
CLASS
#
GRADES
PERIOD FEE
MIN/MAX LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
227
227B
227C
4
3
5
P1
P2
P3
15/20
15/20
15/20
S. Anderson
$5
MS 106
Out of District Fee: $22
RUBBERBAND LOOM CREATIONS - Get in on all the fun of the great rubber band loom craze!! Come join us as
we learn how to make all sorts of creations!!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
228B
228C
2-6
5-10
P2
P3
$20
15/22
15/22
MS 117
A. Thorpe
Out of District Fee: $37
SILLY SNACKS (APERTIVOS INFANTILES) - It’s okay to be SILLY with your food in this class! You will learn basic
cooking skills, kitchen safety and how to prepare fun & silly food to eat each day.
CLASS #
GRADES PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
229
1-4
$17
Out of District Fee: $34
15/22
HS 47
C. Rothmann
P1 or P2
SOCCER (EL FúTBOL) - Learn the basic fundamentals of soccer. We will work on dribbling, passing, shooting,
defensive positioning, and offensive possession of the ball, as well as small-sided and large-sided games. All skill
levels are welcomed!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
230
230B
230C
1-3
2-4
5-8
P1
P2
P3
15/20
15/20
15/20
MS FIELD
T. Fuchs
$0
Out of District Fee: $17
SPANISH ANIMALS (ANIMALES EN ESPANOL) - Learn the names and sounds that Spanish animals make! That’s
right, Spanish animals make different sounds than English animals! We will read books, sing songs, play games,
make crafts and play games. We’ll have tons of fun!
CLASS # GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
231
P1
$3
15/20
Out of District Fee: $20
1-2
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
HS 41
J. Witthoft
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2 WEEK SESSION (T3)
Monday, July 21 - Friday, August 1, 2014
SPANISH PHRASES AND FUN! (FRASES EN ESPANOL Y DIVERSION) - This will be a great class to learn and
practice speaking Spanish using many popular topics such as colors, the alphabet, numbers, and phrases such as:
“How are you?”, “Good morning”, and “May I use the bathroom, please?”. There will be singing, dancing and laughing
while we play games and do crafts. Who knows...We may even eat tacos!!!
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
232
4-9
P2
$3
Out of District Fee: $20
15/20
HS 41
J. Witthoft
TECHNOLOGY ADVENTURES (AVENTURAS DE TECNOLOGIA) - Make your very own webpage, email friends and
family, make slideshows and stories, and learn how to use the internet safely.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
233
233B
233C
4-8
3-6
1-4
P1
P2
P3
$0
15/20
15/20
15/20
HS 16
M. Wirtz
Out of District Fee: $17
TENNIS - Focus will be on developing some basic skills of Tennis, such as forehand, backhand, serving, volleying and
rule application. Please bring a racquet, water bottle and a small towel for sweat. Wear tennis shoes.
CLASS # GRADES
PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
235
P1, P2 or P3
$2
Out of District Fee: $20
15/22
M. Hruby
4-8
HS TENNIS
CT
UPCYCLE ACCESSORIES - Learn to make old things new again by UpCycling! This class will focus on using
recycled materials to make new and improved accessories. Projects will include but are not limited to T-Shirt bag,
T-Shirt scrap headband, and paper bead jewelry. Donations of clean, gently worn T-shirts appreciated but not
mandatory.
CLASS #
GRADES
PERIOD FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION
INSTRUCTOR
279B
4-9
P2
15/20
MS Art Rm
145
E. McCabe
$6
Out of District Fee: $23
WRITE ON: CREATIVE WRITING (escritura creativa)- Are you a budding author? This is the opportunity to
spend time flexing your writing muscles. This class focuses on artistic expression where individuals will be engaged in
creative writing exercises, activities and games that will stretch their creativity and help them become stronger writers.
CLASS #
GRADES PERIOD
FEE
MIN/MAX
LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
280
280B
3-5
1-3
$1
Out of District Fee: $18
15/22
15/20
HS 43
28
P1 or P3
P2
H. Osborne
ABOVE & BEYOND
SUMMER EXPLORATION PROGRAM FOR GRADES 1-7
Activity Directors: Jamie Henn & Katie Trachsler
Above & Beyond is designed to give children new opportunities, new friendships, and have
some summer fun! The programs will run from Noon until 3:00 PM at the Community Center
Gymnasium. Students who participate in the morning Summer School program will be bused
from the High School to the Community Center at the 11:35 AM dismissal time. The Turtle bus
is designated for this program. One of the instructors will be at this bus at this time. Students
will be allowed to purchase a grab and go lunch from the High School cafeteria or students
should bring a lunch from home. Time will be given to eat sack lunches when they arrive at the
Community Center before the program begins. Students will need to be picked up by 3:00 PM
at the Community Center. A minimum of 10 children is required to run each class.
OUT OF DISTRICT FEES FOR THESE CLASSES ARE $16 & $20 RESPECTIVELY.
CLASS # PERIOD
DATE
FEE
ACTIVITY
Microwavable TREATS - Yummy
701
P5
Tuesday, June 24
$4
apple dip, crispy treats, etc.
CARNIVAL FUN - games, food and
702
P7
Wednesday, June 25
$4
fun!
BOWLING FUN - 2 games and shoe
703
P9
Thursday, June 26
$8
rental included
704
P5
Tuesday, July 1
$8
712
P7
Wednesday, July 2
$4
708
P9
Thursday, July 3
$4
705
P5
Tuesday, July 8
$8
707
P7
Wednesday, July 9
$4
706
P9
Thursday, July 10
$8
710
P5
Tuesday, July 15
$4
713
P7
Wednesday, July 16
$8
714
P9
Thursday, July 17
$8
SNORKELING & SWIMMING at the
indoor pool.
SALSA - Make and take your own
homemade salsa
CELEBRATE THE FOURTH OF JULY
with tye dye and washable tattoos!
FLEECE BLANKETS - soft, cuddly,
and homeade
INDOOR GAMES - board games and
active games. Lots of fun!
miniature golfing - 18 holes,
transportation
MOVIE MADNESS - “drive-in movie”
and homemade pizza
CRAFT DAY - decorate vases, make
jewelry, and a hodgepodge of other
crafts
DEVIL’S LAKE - swimming and hiking
fun
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M
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M
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SU
IC PROGRAMS
Registration is required to participate in all summer music programs.
Online registration dates are April 9 until 10:00 pm on May 7, 2014.
Go to skyward Student/Family Access to log in.
https://skyward.saukpr.k12.wi.us/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsEAplus/fwemnu01.w
FIRST YEAR INSTRUMENTAL LESSONS (formerly called 5th grade
band) - Individual summer lessons are available and required of all incoming 5th grade
students wishing to play an instrument in 5th grade band in the fall. This class would also
be for students who would like to begin learning a new instrument and join band in the fall.
Lessons are 45 minutes in length and will be scheduled by the band teacher between June
16th and July 25th.
CLASS #
601A
PERIOD GRADES
10
5, 6, 7, 8
*First year
students
only
FEE
$15
LOCATION
DATES
INSTRUCTOR
SPMS Band
Room 155
To be scheduled
weekly between
June 16 and
July 25 by the
instructor.
Mr. Williams
INSTRUMENTAL LESSONS FOR RETURNING STUDENTS - 6th, 7th & 8th
GRADE - Weekly individual & small group lessons that are 30 minutes in length and will
be scheduled by the band teacher between June 16th and July 25th. Students will continue
in their method book and learn a variety of intermediate or advanced techniques for reading
and playing music.
CLASS # PERIOD GRADES
601B
10
6, 7, 8
FEE
$15
LOCATION
DATES
INSTRUCTOR
SPMS Band
Room 155
To be scheduled
weekly between
Mr. Williams
June 16 and July 25
by the instructor.
VOICE LESSONS - (LECCIONES DE CANTAR) - Individual or small groups of no
more than four students to meet weekly for 30 minute lessons from June 16th until July 25th.
Lessons to be scheduled by the Music Teacher.
CLASS # PERIOD GRADES
602
11
5, 6, 7, 8
FEE
LOCATION
DATES
INSTRUCTOR
$0
SPMS Music
Room 150
To be scheduled
weekly between
June 16 and July 25
by the instructor.
Mr. Sweeney
Shortly after registration has completed on May 7th, Mr. Williams and Mr. Sweeney will be
contacting you and your child to acquire more detailed information regarding instruments
and class meet schedules.
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If you do not receive information from them by May 30th, please
email Mr. Williams at [email protected] or
Mr. Sweeney at [email protected]
HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER MUSIC
Registration is required to participate in all summer
music programs. Online registration dates are April 9 until
10:00 pm on May 7, 2014.
Registration LINK: https://skyward.saukpr.k12.wi.us/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=wsEAplus/fwemnu01.w
VOCAL LESSONS - Students will further their vocal education as a solo singer and ensemble member. Individual
voice lessons or small group lessons will be offered. Weekly lessons to be scheduled by Mr. Brennan between June
16-July 25.
CLASS #
PERIOD
GRADES
FEE
LOCATION
DATES
INSTRUCTOR
603
P10
9-12
$0
SPHS
TBS June 16 - July 25
M. Brennan
Men’s a capella is an offering that allows an all male ensemble to work on difficult repertoire in preparation for
concerts and performances throughout the school year. Men’s a capella would meet twice a week for a total of three
hours. Scheduling would be done based on student availability.
CLASS #
PERIOD
GRADES
FEE
LOCATION
DATES
INSTRUCTOR
605
P11
9-12
$0
SPHS
TBS
M. Brennan
WOMEN’S a capella is an offering that allows a group of women to sing and work on popular repertoire for
performances and concerts throughout the year. Scheduling would be done based on student availability.
CLASS #
PERIOD
GRADES
FEE
LOCATION
DATES
INSTRUCTOR
606
P11
9-12
$0
SPHS
TBS
M. Brennan
BAND LESSONS - Individual & small group lessons weekly from June 16-July 25.
CLASS #
PERIOD
GRADES FEE
LOCATION
DATES
INSTRUCTOR
607
P13
9-12
SPHS
TBS June 16 - July 25
M. Koscinski
$0
JAZZ COMBO - Introduction to jazz combo playing and improvisation techniques.
CLASS #
PERIOD
GRADES
FEE
LOCATION
DATES
INSTRUCTOR
609
P14
9-12
$0
SPHS
TBS June 16 - July 25
M. Koscinski
MARCHING BAND - These are the rehearsals that we will have throughout the summer to work on basics of
movement and memorization of music.
CLASS # PERIOD
GRADES
FEE LOCATION DATES
TIMES
611
9-12
$0
6:00 - 8:30 PM M. Koscinski
P6
SPHS
TBS on Mon/Wed,
June 16 - Aug 4
INSTRUCTOR
COLOR GUARD - This is for all interested people for our fall color guard that works in tandem with our marching
band. Students will learn basic and advanced body and equipment work as it relates to the marching idiom.
CLASS # PERIOD
GRADES
FEE LOCATION
DATES
TIMES
612
9-12
$0
TBS on Mon/Wed,
June 16 - Aug 4
6:00 - 8:30 PM M. Koscinski
P7
SPHS
INSTRUCTOR
BAND CAMP - This is the band camp component to our marching season. All students involved in Marching Band
need to be here to learn all of the drill for our fall presentation.
CLASS # PERIOD
GRADES FEE
LOCATION
DATES
613
9-12
SPHS
July 31-Aug 4 8:30 AM-8:30 PM
P8
$0
TIMES
INSTRUCTOR
M. Koscinski
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SPORT & HEA
LTH CLINICS
American Red Cross Babysitting (clinica de cuidar a los ninos) - Gain the skills and confidence you
need to be a great babysitter! In this 6-hour course you will learn how to care for babies and kids up to age 10, keep
the kids and yourself safe, make playtime fun with age-appropriate activities, handle a wide variety of emergencies
and manage your babysitting business. Must be 11 years old by date of class to participate.
501
1
P1
502
1
P1
6 - 12
10
FEE
P1
MIN/
MAX
1
GRADES
PERIOD
TERM
CLASS #
500
MEET
LOCATION
$28
Community
Center
DATES
TIME
June 16 & 17
8:30 - 11:30 AM
June 16 & 17
12:30 - 3:30 PM
June 18 & 19
8:30 - 11:30 AM
INSTRUCTOR
C. Rothmann
Attendance is required on both days to qualify for certification.
Out of District Fee: $59
BIKING - SHARING THE ROAD WITH OTHERS! Students will learn the Wisconsin Bicycle Laws, including lane
positioning, use of sidewalks, hand signals, passing, one way streets and dangers that are encountered while riding
a bike on public streets. Students will be exposed to agility courses, emergency braking and safe bicycle handling in
close quarters. Class participants will be biking on public streets. Bicycle and helmet are required to participate.
10
FEE
3-4
MIN/
MAX
P1
GRADES
1
PERIOD
TERM
CLASS#
525
$40 In
District
MEET
LOCATION
DATES
TIME
INSTRUCTOR
Sauk Prairie
Police
Station
June 17, 18, 19
Noon - 2:00 PM
Officer Travis
Hilliard
Use the lower entrance along the river. Turn East on Jackson Street and staying left on the one way street.
DISTANCE TRAINING - This class will help those who are interested in running cross country in the fall or distance
running in track and field. Runners will learn how to train, race strategy and running techniques of successful
athletes. Build your distance base to allow you to run to your potential.
PERIOD
GRADES
MIN/
MAX
P1
5-12
15/75
FEE
TERM
CLASS #
509 4W
MEET
LOCATION
$0 In
SPHS Track
District
DATES
TIME
INSTRUCTOR
June 24-August 1
8:15 - 10:25 AM
A. Sherman
No class July 4
MAX PERFORMANCE - This program is geared toward the young athlete who wants to improve their athleticism,
fitness education, strength and agility performance. Students will become stronger, improve their athletice speed and
reduce their risk of injury in athletics.
15/75
FEE
608
MIN/
MAX
P3
GRADES
32
PERIOD
TERM
CLASS #
510 4W
$0 In
District
MEET
LOCATION
DATES
TIME
SPHS
Weight Rm
June 24 - July 18
10:35 - 11:35 AM
INSTRUCTOR
J. Chrisler
P. Leigh
M. Chrisler
S
C
I
N
I
L
C
H
T
L
A
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SPORT & H
PER4MANCE PROGRAM - This program is endorsed by the Sauk Prairie High School Athletice Department and
geared toward the individual who wants to improve their athleticism, strength and agility performance. Students will
become stronger, improve their athletic speed and reduce their risk of injury in athletics.
4W
P9
514EVE
4W
P9
$0 In District
513AM
Coed
FEE
P9
DATES
TIME
INSTRUCTOR
6:30 - 8:00 AM
15/150
512FEM
4W
Females only
MIN/MAX
P9
9-12
4W
GRADES
PERIOD
TERM
CLASS #
511AM
Coed
MEET
LOCATION
SPHS
Weight Rm
June 16
- July 31
(Monday Thursday)
8:00 - 9:00 AM
9:00 - 10:30 AM
J. Chrisler
P. Leigh
M. Chrisler
6:00 - 7:30 PM
SUMMER SAUNTERS - Come saunter with us along some of Wisconsin’s beautiful hiking trails. This course
involves hiking unique sections of the Ice Age Trail to expose students a healthy lifestyle. Daily trips may be up to an
hour away by bus.
HS Rm 29
3-6
T3
P1
$28
15/75
572
FEE
MIN/
MAX
P1
GRADES
T3
PERIOD
TERM
CLASS #
536
**MEET
LOCATION
7-12
DATES
**July 21 - 25 &
TIME
8:15 AM - 4:00 PM &
End of Day
** Week 1 Grand Ave
& Week 2 HS Rm 29
INSTRUCTOR
E. Scheunemann
July 28 - August 1 8:15 AM - 11:35 AM
**PLEASE NOTE: The first week of this course will end at 4pm and the second week will follow normal
summer school hours and end at 11:35 am. Drop off for this group the first week will be at Grand Avenue
School. Please make arrangements to pick your child up at Grand Ave. The second week, the bus will
return to the HS and children will be dismissed at the normal dismissal time of 11:35.
Out of District Fee: $59
LADY EAGLES YOUTH VOLLEYBALL - For incoming 8th grade girls, focus will be on consistency with basic skills,
learning an offense, reading the ball, and defense positioning. For incoming Freshmen, this course will offer skill
workouts to prepare you for August team tryouts. Focus will be on consistency in skills, reading the ball, and offense
& defense positioning.
PERIOD
GRADES
P9
8
517
T1
P9
9
FEE
TERM
T1
MIN/MAX
CLASS #
516
MEET
LOCATION
12/30
$30
SPHS N. GYM
DATES
June 24 - 27
TIME
12:30 - 2:00 PM
2:00 - 3:30 PM
INSTRUCTOR
E. Engelby
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AMERICAN RED CROSS SWIM LEVEL DESCRIPTIONS
Please use the following level descriptions to determine your child’s swim level.
PARENT & TOT SWIM - 6 MONTHS - 4 YEARS
→Classes 30 minutes in length →A parent or caregiver must accompany each child into the water.
PARENT TOT - Level 1: - Must be 6 mos. to 2
PARENT TOT - Level 2 - Children ages 2-4 years.
years of age. Provides experiences & activities Builds upon the skills learned in Level 1 &
for children to....
provides experiences & activities for children to
...
•
Learn to ask for permission before entering water
•
Establish expectations for adult supervision
•
Learn how to enter & exit water in a safe manner
•
Learn ways to enter & exit the water in a safe manner
•
Feel comfortable in water
•
Explore submerging in a rhythmic pattern
•
Explore submerging the mouth, nose, eyes &
completely submerging
•
Glide on the front & back with assistance
•
Explore buoyancy on the front & back position
•
Change body position in the water
•
Change body position in the water
•
Experience wearing US Coast Guard approved life
jacket
•
Learn how to play safely
•
Experience opening eyes under water to retrieve objects
•
Experience wearing a US Coast Guard approved life
jacket
•
Bobbing under water
PRESCHOOL LEVELS - 4 - 6 YEARS
→
Classes are 30 minutes in length
PRESCHOOL Level 1: - Ages 4-6
Have not yet had independent
swim lessons. Orients children
to the aquatic environment and
helps them gain basic aquatic
skills.
PRESCHOOL Level 2: - Ages
4-6 years Must have skill
comprehension of PS Level 1.
Helps children gain greater
independence in their skills
and develop more comfort in
and around water.
PRESCHOOL Level 3: - Ages 4-6
Must have skill comprehension
of PS Level 2. Children may
gain basic swimming propulsive
skills to be comfortable in and
around water.
•
Enter & exit water using ladder,
steps or side
•
Enter water by stepping in
•
Enter water by jumping in
•
Blow bubbles through mouth & nose
•
Exit water using ladder, steps or side
•
Fully submerge & hold breathe
•
Submerge mouth, nose & eyes
•
Bobbing
•
Bobbing
•
Open eyes under water & retrieve
submerged objects
•
Open eyes under water &
retrieve submerged objects
•
Front jellyfish & tuck floats
•
Front & back glides & recover to a
vertical position
•
Front & back floats and glides
•
Recover from a front or back float
or glide to a vertical position
•
Roll from front to back & back to
front
•
Recover from a front or back
•
float or glide to a vertical position
Back float & glide
•
Tread with arm & hand actions
•
Roll from front to back & back to
front
•
Change direction of travel while
swimming on front to back
•
Alternating & simultaneous leg
actions on front and back
•
Tread water using arm & leg
actions
•
Tread water using arm & leg
actions on front & back
•
Alternating & simultaneous arm
actions on front and back
•
Combined arm & leg actions on
front & back
•
Finning arm action on back
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Aquatics
ARC guidelines require children to be 6 years or older to participate in the youth level swim lessons.
CANCELLATION POLICY Should you need to cancel or withdraw, contact us via email - [email protected]
saukprairieschools.org. No refunds or removal of fees due will be provided for classes canceled after May 15,
except for medical reasons or if a class is canceled by the Aquatics Director. If you decide to make changes
to your child’s schedule, a $5 processing fee will be charged.
LEVEL 1 - Introduction
to Water Skills: Helps
participants feel comfortable
in the water
• 45 MINUTES IN LENGTH
LEVEL 2 - Fundamental Aquatic
Skills: Gives participants
success with fundamental
skills.
LEVEL 3 - Stroke Development:
Builds on the skills in Level
2 through additional guided
practice in deeper water.
•
Enter & exit using ladder, steps
or side
•
Enter & exit water by stepping or
jumping from the side
•
Enter water by jumping from the
side
•
Blow bubbles through mouth &
nose
•
Fully submerge & hold breath
•
Headfirst entries from the side in
sitting & kneeling positions
•
Bobbing
•
Bobbing
•
Bobbing while moving toward
safety
•
Open eyes under water &
retrieve submerged objects
•
Open eyes under water &
retrieve submerged objects
•
Rotary breathing
•
Front & back glides & floats
•
Front, jellyfish & tuck floats
•
Survival float
•
Recover to vertical position
•
Front & back glides & floats
•
Back float
•
Roll from front to back & back to
front
•
Recover to vertical position
•
Change from vertical to
horizontal position on front &
back
•
Tread water using arm & hand
actions
•
Roll from front to back & back to
front
•
Tread water
•
Alternating & simultaneous leg
actions on front & back
•
Change direction of travel while
swimming on front or back
•
Flutter, scissor, dolphin &
breastroke kicks on front
•
Alternating & simultaneous arm
actions on front & back
•
Finning arm action
•
Front crawl & elementary
backstroke
LEVEL 4 - Stroke Improvement: LEVEL 5 - Stroke Refinement:
Develops confidence in the
Provides further coordination
skills learned & improves
& refinement of strokes.
other aquatic skills.
LEVEL 6 - Swimming & Skill
Proficiency: Refines the
strokes so participants swim
them with ease, efficiency,
• Head first entries from the side in • Shallow-angle dive from the side power & smoothness over
compact & stride positions
then glide & begin a front stroke greater distances.
•
Swim underwater
•
Tuck & pike surface dives,
submerge completely
•
Fee first surface dive
•
Front flip turn & backstroke flip
turn while swimming
•
Survival swimming
•
Front & back crawl, elementary
backstroke, breastroke &
butterfly
•
Front crawl & backstroke open
turns
•
Sculling
•
Front & back crawl, elementary
backstroke, breaststroke,
sidestroke & butterfly
•
Safety topics including first aid &
CPR
•
Flutter & dolphin kicks on back
Level 6 is designed with “Menu”
options that focus on preparing
participants for more advanced
courses, including Water Safety
Instructor, or other aquatic
activities, such as competitive
swimming or diving.
Options Include:
• Fitness Swimmer
• Personal Water Safety
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PRESCHOOL/YOUTH FEES
In District: $8
Out of District: $50
1. We realize that your child may progress faster or slower than anticipated
and we will make schedule changes, if space is available. If changes
cannot be made because classes are full, no refund will be given or charge
removed.
2. Class size, student age, and skill requirements are set for the safety of
the children. Please do not request to have your child put in a class with a
higher age or skill requirements.
Periods 1, 2 or 3 will fit
into your child’s 4 week or
2 week class schedules
nicely. If you want to
include swim in their 4
week class schedule, you
must select a class from
Term 1 & 2 swim.
LOCATION: High School Indoor Pool
SESSION 1 (Term 1=T1)
Tuesday, June 24 - Thursday, July 3; 8 days (8 dias) Registration Deadline = Wednesday, May 7
PERIOD
TIME
CLASS NUMBER
CLASS NUMBER
CLASS NUMBER
CLASS NUMBER
P1
8:15-9:00 AM
4101 LEVEL 1
4102 LEVEL 2
4103 LEVEL 3
P6
9:00-9:30 AM
4105
PRESCHOOL LVL 1
4106
PRESCHOOL LVL 2
4107
4108
PRESCHOOL LVL 2 PRESCHOOL LVL3
P2
9:30-10:15 AM
4109 LEVEL 2
4110 LEVEL 3
4111 LEVEL 4
4112 LEVEL 5
P3
10:35-11:20 AM
4113 LEVEL 1
4114 LEVEL 2
4115 LEVEL 3
4116 LEVEL 4
P4
11:45-12:30 PM 4117
4118
LEVEL 3
4119
LEVEL 5
FITNESS SWIMMER
LEVEL 1
SESSION 2 (Term 2 = T2)
Monday, July 7 - Friday, July 18; 10 days (10 dias)
PERIOD TIME
4104 LEVEL 4
4120 - LEVEL 6
Registration Deadline = Wednesday, May 7
CLASS NUMBER
CLASS NUMBER
CLASS NUMBER
CLASS NUMBER
4202 LEVEL 2
4203 LEVEL 3
4204 LEVEL 4
P1
8:15-9:00 AM
4201 LEVEL 1
P6
9:00-9:30 AM
4205
4206
4207
PRESCHOOL LVL 1 PRESCHOOL LVL 2 PRESCHOOL LVL 3
4208
PRESCHOOL LVL 3
P2
9:30-10:15 AM
4209 LEVEL 2
4210 LEVEL 3
4211 LEVEL 4
4212 LEVEL 5
P3
10:35-11:20 AM
4213 LEVEL 1
4214 LEVEL 2
4215 LEVEL 3
4216 LEVEL 4
P4
11:45-12:30 PM
4217
LEVEL 2
4218
LEVEL 3
4219
LEVEL 5
4220 - LEVEL 6
PW SAFETY
SESSION 3 (Term 3=T3)
Monday, July 21 - Friday, August 1; 10 days (10 dias)Registration Deadline = Wednesday, May 7
PERIOD
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TIME
CLASS NUMBER
CLASS NUMBER
CLASS NUMBER
CLASS NUMBER
P1
8:15-9:00 AM
2001 LEVEL 2
2002 LEVEL 3
2003 LEVEL 4
P6
9:00-9:30 AM
2005
PRESCHOOL LVL 1
2006
PRESCHOOL LVL 1
2007
2008
PRESCHOOL LVL 2 PRESCHOOL LVL3
P2
9:30-10:15 AM
2009 LEVEL 1
2010 LEVEL 2
2011 LEVEL 3
2012 LEVEL 4
P3
10:35-11:20 AM
2013 LEVEL 1
2014 LEVEL 2
2015 LEVEL 3
2016 LEVEL 4
P4
11:45-12:30 PM 2017
2018
LEVEL 3
2019
LEVEL 5
FITNESS SWIMMER
LEVEL 1
2004 LEVEL 5
2020 - LEVEL 6
No session 4 morning swim is being offered this summer.
We have added an August evening swim session at the Outdoor Pool!
See the following pages for evening swim lesson opportunities.
Aquatics
REGISTRATION FOR ALL EVENING SWIM
LESSONS WILL BE THROUGH ACTIVENET.
Here is the link:
Evening Swim Lessons
https://activenet003.active.com/saukprairie/
1. We realize that your child may progress faster or
slower than anticipated and we will make schedule
changes, if space is available. If changes cannot
be made because classes are full, no refund will be
given.
2. Class size, student age, and skill requirements
are set for the safety of the children. Please do not
request to have your child put in a class with a higher
age or skill requirements.
PARENT TOT
PRESCHOOL
FEES
OR YOUTH LESSON FEES
$40
In District: $8 Out of District: $50
SESSION 1E Mon/Wed, June 2 - June 25
8 lessons (8 la lección)
PERIOD
CANCELLATION POLICY: Should you need to
cancel or withdraw, please contact us via email:
[email protected] No
refunds or removal of fees due will be provided for
classes canceled after May 15, except for medical
reasons or if a class should be canceled by the
Aquatics Director. Please notify us if you have a
situation. If you decide to make changes to your
child’s schedule, there will be a $5 processing fee
charged.
TIME
CLASS NUMBER
POOL DECK PHONE: 643-5950
Registration Deadline = Wednesday, May 21
LOCATION: HIGH SCHOOL INDOOR POOL
CLASS NUMBER
CLASS NUMBER
P8
5:30 - 6:00 PM
(1548) Preschool LVL 1
(1554) Preschool LVL 2
(1569) PARENT TOT 1
P8
6:00 - 6:30 PM
(1555) Preschool LVL 2
(1564) Preschool LVL 3
(1578) PARENT TOT 2
P8
6:30 - 7:15 PM
(1504) LEVEL 1
(1513) LEVEL 2
(1526) LEVEL 3
P8
7:15 - 8:00 PM
(1532) LEVEL 4
( 1517) LEVEL 2
(1540) LEVEL 5
SESSION 2E Tues/Thr, June 3 - June 26
8 lessons (8 la lección) PERIOD
TIME
CLASS NUMBER
Registration Deadline = Wednesday, May 21
LOCATION: HIGH SCHOOL INDOOR POOL
CLASS NUMBER
CLASS NUMBER
P8
5:30 - 6:00 PM
(1549) Preschool LVL 1
(1557) Preschool LVL 2
(1570) PARENT TOT 1
P8
6:00 - 6:30 PM
(1556) Preschool LVL 2
(1565) Preschool LVL 3
(1577) PARENT TOT 2
P8
6:30 - 7:15 PM
(1505) LEVEL 1
(1514) LEVEL 2
(1528) LEVEL 3
P8
7:15 - 8:00 PM
(1533) LEVEL 4
(1541) LEVEL 5
(1545) LVL 6 FIT SWIMMER
SESSION 3E MON/WED, July 7 - July 30
8 lessons (8 la lacción)
PERIOD
TIME
CLASS NUMBER
Registration Deadline - Friday, June 27
LOCATION: HIGH SCHOOL INDOOR POOL
CLASS NUMBER
CLASS NUMBER
P8
5:30 - 6:00 PM
(1550) Preschool LVL 1
(1561) Preschool LVL 2
(1571) PARENT TOT 1
P8
6:00 - 6:30 PM
(1560) Preschool LVL 2
(1566) Preschool LVL 3
(1576) PARENT TOT 2
P8
6:30 - 7:15 PM
(1507) LEVEL 1
(1515) LEVEL 2
(1529) LEVEL 3
P8
7:15 - 8:00 PM
(1534) LEVEL 4
(1542) LEVEL 5
(1546) LVL 6
PERSONAL WATER SAFETY
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Aquatics
https://activenet003.active.com/saukprairie/
SESSION 4E TUES/THR, July 2 - July 31
8 lessons (8 la lección)
PERIOD
TIME
CLASS NUMBER
Registration Deadline - Friday, June 27
LOCATION: HIGH SCHOOL INDOOR POOL
CLASS NUMBER
CLASS NUMBER
P8
5:30 - 6:00 PM
(1551) Preschool LVL 1
(1558) Preschool LVL 2
(1572) Parent Tot 1
P8
6:00 - 6:30 PM
(1567) Preschool LVL 3
(1559) Preschool LVL 2
(1575) Parent Tot 2
P8
6:30 - 7:15 PM
1511) LEVEL 1
(1516) LEVEL 2
(1530) Level 3
P8
7:15 - 8:00 PM
(1538) LEVEL 3
(1535) LEVEL 4
(1543) Level 5
SESSION 5E MON/WED, August 4 - August 27 Registration Deadline = Wednesday, August 23
10 lessons (10 la lección)
LOCATION: OUTDOOR POOL located on the corner of Grand Ave & 5th St, Prairie du Sac
PERIOD
TIME
CLASS NUMBER
CLASS NUMBER
P8
5:00 - 5:30 PM (1552) Preschool LVL1
(1573) PARENT TOT 1
P8
5:30 - 6:00 PM (1562) Preschool LVL 2
(1574) PARENT TOT 2
P8
6:00 - 6:45 PM (1518) LEVEL 1
(1519) LEVEL 2
P8
6:45 - 7:30 PM (1531) LEVEL 3
(1536) LEVEL 4
Pool Passes may be purchased online
via ActiveNet after April 1st.
OUTDOOR POOL SCHEDULE
Pool Phone: 643-6827
TIME
6:30 10:00 AM
9:30 12:30 PM
1:00 5:00 pm
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
OPEN SWIM PASS FEES
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1ST
SINGLE - $65
Non Resident - $85
DOUBLE PASS (2) - $120
Non Resident - $160
FAMILY OF 3 - $140
Non Resident - $180
*each additional immediate family
member is an additional $20.
Family members 18 & over must have
their own individual adult pass.
10 Visit Punch Cards available for $36.
FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
Pool sharks swim team practice (june & July)
preschool open swim (mon - friday)
drop in rate = $3
open swim all week !!
drop in rate = $4
5:00 6:15 pm
pool sharks swim team practice (june & July)
6:15 7:00 pm
adult lap swim
7:00 9:00 pm
evening open swim
drop in rate = $3
swim
meets
open
swim
1:00 pm 9:00 pm
A lap lane will be available during open swim
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open swim
1:00 - 7:00
pm
AVAILABLE
FOR
RENTALS
Summer AfterSchool Club
Admission is open to Sauk Prairie School District students who are currently enrolled in 4K-5
(2013-14 school year). Enrolllment is limited to provide a safe environment and a quality
program.
Registration is online ONLY.
https://activenet003.active.com/saukprairie/
Contact Alison Quinn, ASC Coordinator, at 608-643-8386 X2717 or
[email protected] with any questions.
What We Offer:
• Safe, dependable, quality care for children
along with enrichment activities that
compliment the Summer School program.
• Activities:
• Visits to the outdoor pool, local libraries and
parks, daily group reading time, planned
activities, craft projects and free play.
What Children will Need:
• Sack Lunch with drink
• Swim suit, towel, sandals & swim pass or
money for visits to the pool.
• Bottle of sunscreen labeled with name
(siblings may share)
Fees:
• $20 non-refundable registration fee
• Full Day Program: $18 per child daily
• Half Day Program: $16 per child daily
• Financial assistance is not available for the
summer program.
Site Location: Grand Avenue School
Dates:
Please check carefully as 4K is different than
K-5!
• 4K Full Day Program: June 16-23 & July
21—August 15
• 4K Half Day Program: June 24—July 18
• K-5 Full Day Program: June 16—23 &
August 4-15
• K-5 Half Day Program: June 24—August 1
• CLOSED—Friday, July 4
Hours:
• Full Day: 7:15AM-5:45PM
• Half Day: 11:45AM-5:45PM
• Children participating in the morning
Summer School program will ride the bus
(with staff) from the High School to Grand
Ave following summer school dismissal.
• If your child does not participate in the
morning Summer School program, you may
drop them off at Grand Ave after 11:45 AM.
How to Register:
• Registration for this program is online only.
• Find the link to register at http://www.
saukprairieschools.org/commcenter/.
• Select the red “Register Online” button.
• Or go directly to https://activenet003.active.
com/saukprairie/
If you do not have an account, create one
and then go to the Activities tab and find
Summer ASC to register. You must select the
registration class first to be allowed to enroll
for days to attend. To complete enrollment
online you will be required to pay with a credit
card (debit cards are not accepted). If you
do not wish to pay pay via credit card, checks
can be dropped off prior to enrollment at the
Community Center, 730 Monroe St., Sauk
City. A dropbox is available outside the main
door for your convenience. Accounts with
an outstanding balance will not be allowed to
register for the summer program.
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The programs that follow are not part of the Sauk Prairie Schools Summer School
Program. Please contact the organization listed to register or to ask questions.
Sauk Prairie Community
Recreation Department
2014 Summer Programs
Special Events
•
Eagle Tennis Tournament
•
Amazing Race
•
Madison Mallards Community Night
Preschool Programs
•
Sports Sampler
•
Intro to Golf
•
Dance programs
•
Coed T-ball
Clinics & Camps
•
Tennis Clinic
•
Mad Science Camps
•
Young Rembrandts Drawing Camps
Teen Programs
•
Tennis League
•
Golf League
One Day Programs
•
Water Rocket Launch
•
Princess Ball
•
Rockstar Day
•
Mini Olympics
Adult Programs
•
Disc Golf League
•
Tennis League
•
Couch to 5K
Follow us
@SPRecreation
“Like” us on
Facebook
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John Lehan - Recreation Director
Kara Katers - Recreation Supervisor
Phone: 608-643-0520
E-mail: [email protected]
REGISTRATION INFO
Online Sign-up
http://www.saukprairieschools.org/recdept/.
Register online 24/7 with a credit card. A small
convenience fee is charged for use of this
service and is non refundable. With online
registration, you can view how many spots are
available in a particular class all from the comfort
of your home or office.
______________________________________
Mail-In
Mail in Registration is available for all classes.
Please mail in completed registration form with
your payment to:
SPCRD
730 Monroe St
Sauk City, WI 53583
Checks should be made payable to SPCRD.
______________________________________
After Hours Drop Box
Simply fill out registration form and drop off
inside box outside the Community Center
front door.
______________________________________
Walk In
You may register for any program
by stopping by the Community Center,
730 Monroe St, Sauk City.
Office hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30—3:45pm.
For mail-in, drop box and walk-ins
we accept cash or check payment only.
Registrations & payment are required
Summer Library Programs
Sauk City Public Library
515 Water St
saukcitylibrary.org
643-8346
Hours
Monday - Thursday
9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
“Fizz, Boom, Read!” this summer at the library! Reading incentive programs available for children,
teens, and adults beginning when school is out. New this year is the opportunity for school-age children
to raise money for two local non-profits just by reading! Benefiting from their efforts will be the Sauk
Prairie Area Food Pantry and Soaring Eagle Wildlife Rehabilitation of
Prairie du Sac. Thanks to our sponsor The Ballweg Family of Dealerships!
Programs:
Free Entertainment for 5K thru 6th Graders
1:00 PM in library’s lower level
June 17- “Wonders of Physics” from UW Madison
June 24- “One World, One Sound Drum Circle” with Elmore Lawson
June 26-“Lego Day”
July 1- “The Beautiful Lake: Yoga through Songs and Stories” with Clare Norelle
July 8- “Magical Fizzes and Booms” with Tim Glander
July 15-“Artful Science”
July 22-“Bingo for Books”
August 7-“Lego Day”
Merrimac Days for 5K thru 6th Grade - Wednesdays 1:00 PM at the Merrimac Village Hall, June 18-July 23.
Call the library for detailed program information.
Family Programs
June 18 @ 6:00 PM - “Fireworks!” a talk with Krueger Pyrotechnics (special storytime for younger ones to run
simultaneously with older kid/adult program)
July 30 @ 6:30 PM - Pajama Storytime with Jamie Swenson, author of Boom, Boom, Boom! (Wear pajamas and
bring your special stuffed friend.)
Free Friday Flicks: 1:00 PM August 1, 8, and 15: Call or stop by the library for movie titles.
Storytime for 4K and younger
Free fun with books, activities, and crafts
Dates: June 16 - July 23
When: Mondays 9:00 & 10:00 AM & Wednesdays 9:00 AM
Open Play for Preschoolers & their caregivers - Year-round
A chance for young ones to run around in a wide-open space and
have fun playing with toys, including a train table, while caregivers
socialize.
When: Wednesdays, 10:00 - 11:00 AM
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Ruth Culver Community Library
540 Water Street/Prairie du Sac/WI 53578
643-8318 / www.pdslibrary.org
SUMMER READING PROGRAM FOR ALL AGES
Anyone and everyone is invited to participate in the summer
reading program. Read whatever you like for a designated
time each week. Prizes are awarded weekly with a new “give
back to the community” prize option this year for school-age
children. Sign up begins when school lets out. Contact Beth
or Meagan for more information.
HOURS
Monday - Friday
9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Mind Sparkling Mondays! Children of all ages are invited to our Monday programs. There will be
performers and other special events. Caregivers welcome! Contact Beth for more information or if
there is a large group so that we may accommodate. FREE
Date/Event
June 16 June 23
June 30
July 7
July 14
July 21
July 28
Drop-in and tinker, create, experiment and taste!
The Soda Pups - Live dog show - Two shows - 1:00 & 3:00 PM
Pint Size Polkas with Mike Schneider
Comedy, Juggling and Theatrix with Jacob Mills
Crash, Bang, Sing Science of Sound with the Stagedoor Singers
Getting Excited about Science with comedian/magician Steve Belliveau
Worm Races (with live worms) and Worm Dirt Cake!
Family Movie and Dessert Nights! The last Thursday of the month, join us for a different movie on
the big screen and a delectable dessert! Movies and desserts to be announced. FREE
Time: 6:00 PM
Dates:Thursdays, June 26, July 31, & August 28
Storytime! Toddlers and Preschoolers are welcome to join us for stories, songs, fingerplays,
puppets, snack and occasional crafts. Caregovers welcome! This summer we will be focusing on
S.T.E.M. ideas so the last week of each month stay for experiments, crafts and playtime. FREE
Time: 10:00 AM
Dates, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday, June 3 - August 29 No storytime July 4th.
Winning Wednesdays The Ruth Culver Library welcomes all 3rd - 5th graders for our summer
Winning Wednesday programs! Each week will be a new fun event. FREE
Time: 1:00 PM
Dates:Wednesdays, August 6, 13, 20 & 27
Teen Tuesdays The Ruth Culver Library welcomes all 6th - 12th graders for our summer Teen
Tuesday programs. Each week will be new & fun! FREE
Time:
Dates:
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6:30 - 7:30 PM
Tuesday, June 24
July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
August 5 & 12
SAUK PRAIRIE MIDDLE SCHOOL
SOCCER
EMPLOYEE PARKING
111
112
113
115
115
107
CAVE
108
COURT
YARD
STAFF
LOUNGE
104
1ST Floor
167
Elev
CAFETERIA
South GYM
117
106
105
169
STAIRS
North GYM
BASEBALL
STAGE LAB
GUIDANCE
ATTENDANCE
NURSE'S
OFFICE
ASST
PRINCIPAL
OFFICE
103
102 101
CONFERENCE
RM
PRINCIPAL'S
OFFICE
145
MAIN
OFFICE
150
155
140
MAIN ENTRANCE
219
220
217
223
STAIRS
225
232
2ND Floor
234
E
LIBRARY
236
S
COURT
YARD
215
224
W
222
218
216
221
237
228
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E
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212
211
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2260 nondiscrimination and access to equal educational opportunity
The Sauk Prairie School district does not discriminate against pupils on the basis of any race, color, sex,
religion, creed, pregnancy, national origin or ancestry, age, disability, political affiliation or belief, sexual
orientation, marital or parental status, or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability and/or any other
legally protected characteristic. No person may be denied admission to any school in this district, or be denied
participation in, or be denied the benefits of, or be discriminated against in any curricular, co-curricular, pupil
service, recreational or other programs.
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Sauk Prairie
Middle School
High
HS Track/Football Field
Jump
Tennis
Courts
29
30
31
32
33
35
28
34
off
36
27
26
Sci
37
44
45
43
46
56
57
SHIPPING/RECEIVING
42
47
41
BR
38
48
off
39
40
AV
59
60
50
AG
61
Maint
52
53
55
BR
51
54
56
Kitchen
Wrestling
Off
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
BR
17
9
Scene
Shop
Court
yard
Library
Courtyard
Stage
Gallery
10
River Arts Center
Auditorium
Guidance
11
16
15
RESOURCE
CENTER
14
12
13
Attendance &
Reception
AD
64
Office
62
63
65
ice
Locker Rooms
Commons
Leahy
Theater
South
Gym
Girls Locker Rm
Str 68
67 - Music
Indoor
Pool
off
off
69
70
66 - Band
OFFICE
North
Gym
Boys
Locker Rm
PARKING
OAK STREET
PICK UP AREA RECOMMENDED
Walkway for Children to pass for outdoor classes - NO VEHICLE TRAFFIC ALLOWED
Coaches
Office
automated external
defibrillator
FRONT ENTRANCE
Buses will unload and load in front of the High School!
The GRAB & GO breakfast & lunch will be offered in the High School café.
Breakfast begins at 7:45 a.m. and lunch will begin at 11:30 a.m.
SUMMER SCHOOL ATTENDANCE LINE - 643-5500
This number is checked between 7:30 AM & 11:00 AM ONLY
on school days between June 24 and August 1, 2014
You may also call the Community Center at 643-8386 to report
ALL VISITORS MUST CHECK IN FOR A VISITORS PASS AT EITHER SCHOOL OFFICE.
It is recommended that your children lock their bikes
SAUK PRAIRIE SCHOOL DISTRICT REGISTRATION 2014-15
Distrito Escolar Sauk Prairie Registracion
Early Childhood - grade 12
Registration will be available to complete online from July 5-20, 2014.
Details on Photos, School Information, and much more will be announced in June.
Esta año las inscripciones serán por internet, 5 de Julio - 20 de Julio.
Detalles de Fotos, Información Escolar, y mucho más serán anunciados en Junio
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