Class descriptions

Art Fun, gr. 1-3 (HHS)

Course number: 1025
Cost: $12
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Summer fun is here. Let’s be art creators. Students in this class will be involved with many types of media such as painting and sculpting with clay. We will explore our creativity in a variety of ways, both indoors and out, while having a blast doing it. So get your smocks and be prepared to get messy.

Backyard Games, gr. 5-8 (HHS)

Course number: 1100
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Great fun and memories can be made right in the backyard. This class will give students the opportunity to learn and polish skills in activities such as bean bag toss, ladder golf, washers, bocce ball, badminton and kickball variations. Problem solving, communication skills and even a little bit of math are just a few of the benefits of this fun filled class.

Basketball Beg, gr. 1-2, 3-6 (HHS)

Course numbers: 1175, 1200
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30 – gr. 1-2 (Course #1175)
9:30 – gr. 3-6 (Course #1200)

A variety of exciting drills and games have been designed to help students learn and develop the fundamentals for dribbling, shooting and passing. Students will learn both offensive and defensive strategies. Skill practice may lead up to team games and competition. Throughout the course we will stress team play, sportsmanship and positive attitudes.

Basketball Int, gr. 5-8 (HHS)

Course number: 1225
Cost: $4
Time: 10:30 – gr. 5-8

This class will focus on the skills and strategies needed to play at the middle school level. Fundamental skill development, individual and team defense, and shooting techniques will be highlights of this class. These skills will be applied to team games and competition.

Basketry, gr. 5-11 (HHS)

Course number: 1250
Cost: $12
Time: 8:30

Explore one of the oldest crafts practiced around the world, the ancient art of basketry. Students will learn methods of reed basket weaving and coiling techniques based on cultural and historical perspectives. Students will be able to create functional baskets as well as sculptural pieces using a variety of materials.

Beaded Jewelry, gr. 5-11 (HHS)

Course number: 1275
Cost: $12
Time: 9:30

In this class, students will learn how to create unique beads from a variety of materials. Students will also design and construct beaded jewelry pieces including bracelets, necklaces, and earrings using glass, plastic, natural, metal and their handmade beads.

Bite Into a Good Book, gr. 3-5 (HHS)

Course number: 1310
Cost: $8
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Nothing spices up a good book like food, especially when it’s tied to the book you’re reading. In this class we will read books from a variety of genres and pair each book with enjoyable snacks. So why not Bite into a Good Book!

Board Art, gr. 4-8 (HHS)

Course number: 1315
Cost: $12
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

In this class, students will create a new board project each week from scratch using the board as a base. Type of projects we will work on are string art, an Independence Day sign, pallet plaques and more. Students must come with a willingness to use a hammer, nails, glue, paint and more and are encouraged to bring an art smock to class.

Book Cooks, gr. 1-2 (HHS)

Course number: 1325
Cost: $8
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Book Cooks combines reading with delicious snacks. Each week, students will gather in small groups to create snacks that correspond to the week’s theme. Students will have the opportunity to read independently, buddy read and listen to stories read aloud. If you enjoy reading, cooperating with others, and making fun, simple snacks, then this is the class for you.

Book Creations, gr. 1-2, 3-5 (HHS)

Course numbers: 1350, 1375
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30 – gr. 3-5 (Course #1375)
9:30, 10:30 – gr. 1-2 (Course #1350)

Do you like to be creative? Do you like pets, castles or sports? If so, this class will interest you. In this class, you will be introduced to fun and creative ways to make books. We will learn about the components of a book, brainstorm ideas of what makes a good story and create a new book each day.

Card Smart, gr. 1-2 (HHS)

Course number: 1400
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30

Students love to play cards. Learning math facts and other math concepts through playing card games can be fun, entertaining and challenging. We will work with math facts, money, time, logical thinking, fractions and probability. This class is geared for those who enjoy a challenge as well as those who need extra support in math.

Ceramics, gr. 5-11 (HHS)

Course number: 1450
Cost: $12
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

What is Ceramics? When clay is formed into something and then fired in a kiln to make it permanent, it becomes ceramic. If you like to play in the mud or mold things with your hands, you will enjoy this class. We will make pinch pots, learn techniques such as coiling and slab building, and even try out the potter’s wheel. Note: Pieces are fired during the final week of class, so if you are unable to attend the fourth week, alternate arrangements must be made to pick up completed artwork.

Cheerleading & Poms Beg, gr. 1-2, 3-5 (HHS)

Course numbers: 1475, 1500
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30, 10:30 – gr. 1-2 (Course #1475)
9:30 – gr. 3-5 (Course #1500)

Go Team! If you want to learn cheers, stunts, jumps, formations, and dance, then this class is for you. We will also learn a pom pon routine. Bring along your best smile, a positive attitude and we’ll have some fun. Students must wear tennis shoes, comfortable clothes and hair tied back. Please bring a water bottle to class each day.

Chess and Games Galore, gr. 3-5, 6-8 (HHS)

Course numbers: 1525, 1550
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30 – gr. 6-8 (Course #1550)
9:30, 10:30 – gr. 3-5 (Course #1525)

Play the intellectual games of the Eastern and Western hemispheres. Learn the fundamentals of chess while developing individual strategies for success and see if you can out-think your friends during round-robin tournaments. Then, join us for fun and laughter with old and new friends as we play games such as Pictionary, Pictureka, Mad Gab, Scrabble, Sequence, Uno, Skip-Bo and more.

Coding for Kids, gr. 1-2, 3-5 (HHS)

Course numbers: 1580, 1590
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30, 9:30 – gr. 3-5 (Course #1590)
10:30 – gr. 1-2 (Course #1580)

Do you ever wonder how computer games are created? Would you like to learn how computer programs are built? In this class, students will be introduced to the core concepts of computer programming; including loops, conditionals and variables. Using basic block-based coding, students will begin to learn how to create things such as programs, simple games, animations and interactive stories. No previous experience is necessary.

Creative Crafts & Gifts, gr. 3-5 (HHS)

Course number: 1615
Cost: $20
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Spoil yourself or others with crafts and gifts galore! Creative Crafts & Gifts is your chance to get hands-on experience, while designing and constructing exciting knick-knacks, mementos, must-haves, and more. This class is for those who want to take a little something home for themselves or create a gift for someone special.

Creative Stitch, gr. 3-6 (HHS)

Course number: 1620
Cost: $8
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Have fun learning how to draw with a needle and thread. Connect the dots as you stitch your pattern on cardstock or craft foam. Once you start, you will be hooked and want to do more designs. Have fun creating your STITCH masterpiece.

Digi-Art, gr. 3-5, 6-8 (HHS)

Course numbers: 1730, 1740
Cost: $12
Times: 8:30, 10:30 – gr. 3-5 (Course #1730)
9:30 – gr. 6-8 (Course #1740)

Digi-Art is a combination of digital art and traditional art. Students will use a variety of apps and computer programs, combined with drawing, painting and traditional techniques to create unique works of art.

Digital Photography Beg, gr. 5-7 (HHS)

Course number: 1750
Cost: $8
Times: 9:30, 10:30

Love taking pictures? This class is for the aspiring photographer. See the world through a new lens as you develop skills in basic digital camera handling such as how to shoot, save, edit and print digital photos. You will develop skills in digital camera handling, awareness of light, taking portraits and nature pictures, action photos and special events. This class will combine camera and computer use. Cameras will be provided for class use or you can bring your own. A personal flash drive is recommended but not required.

Digital Photography Int, gr. 5-9 (HHS)

Course number: 1775
Cost: $8
Time: 8:30

Got pictures? This class will focus on creative photo editing fun. This is for the photographer who is comfortable with digital camera basics and is looking for ways to apply and improve photo shoots, photo editing skills and try creative photo applications. Computer editing programs and photo apps will be used to edit photos. Cameras and iPads will be provided for class use or you can bring your own device. It is helpful if you know how to take photos and upload and save them onto a computer. A personal flash drive is recommended but not required.

Digital Scrapbooking, gr. 4-8 (HHS)

Course number: 1780
Cost: $12
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

In this course, students will create an 8×8 digital scrapbook by going through step by step lessons that include a video tutorial and a PDF guide that leads students through the lesson techniques. The class starts off with an introduction to Photoshop. Students will learn how to open and close Photoshop documents, add photographs to a Quickpage, use clipping masks to add photos or patterned paper, add .png embellishments, add type and lettering, draw clipping masks, save files for both print and the web, and prepare their files for printing.

Drama, gr. 1-4, 5-8 (HHS)

Course numbers: 1800, 1825
Cost: $8
Times: 8:30, 9:30 – gr. 1-4 (Course #1800)
10:30 – gr. 5-8 (Course #1825)

This class is a general introduction to the theater and the terms and concepts used in the world of drama. There will be hands-on activities focused on developing and presenting a dramatic production. This experience will include theater games, character development, acting techniques and set design. During the last week of Summer Opportunities, each class will put on a production. (Attendance is extremely important).

Field of Games, gr. 3-5 (HHS)

Course number: 1875
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Learn the meaning of sportsmanship and the importance of being active through a wide variety of fun outdoor games. We will explore several varieties of kickball, dodge ball, football and a few games you haven’t heard of…yet.

Football, gr. 1-2, 3-6 (HHS)

Course numbers: 1900, 1925
Cost: $8
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30 – gr. 1-2 (Course #1900)
8:30, 9:30, 10:30 – gr. 3-6 (Course #1925)

Are you ready for some football? You will be introduced to the fundamental skills of football: passing, catching, kicking and other general football skills. Learn how to play two-on-two, three-on-three and four-on-four. You can have fun in your backyard playing with your friends after taking this class.

Freshman Boot Camp, gr. 8 (HHS)

Course number: 1960
Cost: $5
Time: 8:30

Freshman Boot Camp is designed specifically for students who want to be prepared for the rigors of high school. The course will frontload academic content, study skills and interpersonal skills. The class will also provide an overview of high school expectations, responsibilities and privileges. Students will walk away being more familiarized with the building as a whole and feeling more connected to the school.

Fun with Origami!, gr. 1-8 (HHS)

Course number: 2025
Cost: $5
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Students will complete several hands-on activities to learn about Origami. We will explore the history of Origami, an Asian art form, while creating these beautiful artwork pieces.

Gateway to 5K (Maple Avenue)

Students entering 5K
Course number: 2050
Cost: $8
Time: 8:45 – 11:15

Gateway to 5K will be an exciting transition to 5-year old kindergarten. This class will be appropriate for children regardless of previous school or play setting experiences. We will socialize, participate in hands-on-projects and share stories and songs. Summer themes will prepare students for 5K as they develop coloring, writing, cutting and gluing skills. Language, math, gross and fine motor skills will be stressed. We plan to have lots of fun. (Dairyland bus and shuttle bus available for a fee.)

German Beg, gr. 1-3 (HHS)

Course number: 2075
Cost: $8
Times: 8:30, 9:30

This course will offer lessons on many aspects of the German language, culture and geography. Students will get to know the country and learn the German language through exciting activities and music.

German Int, gr. 3-8 (HHS)

Course number: 2100
Cost: $8
Time: 10:30

Do you like to hear stories? Do you want to broaden your German vocabulary? Then join this class. Students will review basic vocabulary through fun, interactive games and expand on their speaking and reading ability through storytelling.

Get Set for 4K (Maple Avenue)

Students entering 4K
Course number: 2125
Cost: $20
Time: 8:45 – 11:15

This program will help ease the transition to 4K by providing students with the opportunity to interact with others their own age. With a focus on socialization, children will enjoy games, songs, stories and projects. Through play and role-playing dialogues, they will learn how to expand their vocabularies, share, imagine, create and work together. Students must turn 4 by September 1 to attend the program and must turn 4 by the first day of summer school to ride the bus. (Dairyland bus and shuttle bus available for a fee.)

Golf Games Beg, gr. 4-8 (HHS)

Course number: 2150
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

This class is for students who have little or no golf experience. Students will learn the fundamentals of golf and will also be encouraged to experience the different types of golf such as foot golf, disc golf and tennis golf. Please bring a five or seven iron for the first week of school.

Handlettering, gr. 4-11 (HHS)

Course number: 2210
Cost: $10
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Take your handwriting skills from blasé to beautiful in order to create some of the hottest products on the market. In this class, students will learn the ins and outs of the newest trend: hand lettering. From greeting cards, to canvas, to chalkboards, to signs, handlettering is everywhere. Students will learn the basics of writing different fonts, adding flourishes and designing complete projects. We will be writing with different mediums including pencil, marker, pen and chalk. Students will complete one full project at the end. Some knowledge and proficiency in cursive needed.

iMath Games, gr. 1-3, 4-6 (HHS)

Course numbers: 2240, 2245
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30, 10:30 – gr. 1-3 (Course #2240)
9:30 – gr. 4-6 (Course #2245)

This class will focus on increasing math skills by playing fun math-based games online. Different skills will be reinforced each week. Math can be fun!

It’s Story Time, gr. 1-3 (HHS)

Course number: 2340
Cost: $8
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Story time is more than just a story! Benefits of this class include providing students with social opportunities, building reading and listening skills, establishing positive attitudes about reading and inspiring minds. Each day will bring a new story with opportunities to interact with the book through conversation, crafts, games and activities.

Kickball, gr. 1-3, 4-6 (HHS)

Course numbers: 2375, 2400
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30 – gr. 1-3 (Course #2375)
8:30, 9:30, 10:30 – gr. 4-6 (Course #2400)

Kickball is all about the FUN! This playground favorite will have every player kicking, running and laughing. In this class, we will play traditional kickball, as well as many variations of the game. Anyone can join in and have a great time regardless of ability or experience!

Knitting, gr. 2-8 (HHS)

Course number: 2525
Cost: $12
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Students will start practicing with looms and needles. After some practice time, students will work with the teacher to select an individual project. Students may knit squares to donate to a charity called Warm Up America! or may create a project to take home such as a hat or a scarf.

Let’s Have a Ball, gr. 1-3, 4-6 (HHS)

Course numbers: 2576, 2577
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30, 9:30 – gr. 4-6 (Course #2577)
10:30 – gr. 1-3 (Course #2576)

Let’s have a ball at Summer Opportunities. Students will participate in a wide variety of ball games including soccer, speedball, handball, kickball, Monster Ball, Box Ball and so much more. This class will allow students to learn and practice manipulating many different types of balls individually and as a team as well as practice sportsmanship and of course have lots of fun.

Lights Camera Action!, gr. 5-8 (HHS)

Course number: 2578
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

This class is a general introduction to video broadcasting and studio media production. Students will experience single and multiple camera productions of news, sports, green screen and other productions. Students will work in the Hamilton Media Production studio and in other areas around the HHS campus. Students will learn camera operations, control room roles and responsibilities, and how to be on-camera talent. If you have ever wanted to be on TV, work for SportsCenter or just like making your own movies at home, then this class is for you.

Makerspace Invention, gr. 2-3 (HHS)

Course number: 2580
Cost: $10
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Get caught creating and investigating in Makerspace Invention! This class provides hands-on, creative ways to design, experiment, build, and invent as you deeply engage in science, engineering and tinkering. This is a time for you to build, explore, fail and retry, and share your ideas with others.

Math Fun, gr. 1-2 (HHS)

Course number: 2800
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

This hands-on math class is full of fun and exciting games geared toward each student’s grade level. Students will gain an appreciation for math and how to apply it to real life concepts. Students who like to have fun while learning should take this class.

Math Fun, gr. 3-5 (HHS)

Course number: 2825
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Would you like help maintaining your math skills over the summer? This class will provide interactive, fun ways of reinforcing Everyday Math concepts through problem-solving and hands-on use of manipulatives and games.

Media Team, gr. 3-5, 6-8 (HHS)

Course numbers: 2900, 2925
Cost: $8
Times: 8:30, 9:30 – gr. 3-5 (Course #2900)
10:30 – gr. 6-8 (Course #2925)

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to report the news? Students will explore a variety of media such as newspaper, blog, Twitter and newsletters. Students will conduct interviews, take photographs, write articles, send tweets and create the online Summer Opportunities newsletter. No experience is necessary, just creative ideas and enthusiasm to make some noteworthy news.

Operation Explorer, gr. 1-3 (HHS)

Course number: 2955
Cost: $5
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Enjoy the outdoors? Want to learn about nature? Interested in helping make the world a better place for our animal and plant friends? Come join Operation Explore, a four-week outdoor class adventure. From building dens to birding, creating nature art to catching bugs, we will do just about everything, including elements of STEM, service learning, and citizen science. Come and enjoy everything Mother Nature has to offer!

Phy Ed Fun, gr. 1-3 (HHS)

Course number: 3025
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

In this class we will learn the basic rules and skills of many games. Emphasis will be on skill building, teamwork and good sportsmanship. Come have fun with us in this non-threatening, activity-based class.

Science Exploration, gr. 1-2 (HHS)

Course number: 3200
Cost: $10
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Are you a collector or an investigator? This summer is your chance to become a real scientist. Investigate, explore, and observe indoor and outdoor science experiments. To explore more, sign up now.

Science Exploration, gr. 3-5 (HHS)

Course number: 3225
Cost: $10
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

This science class will be a hands-on, minds-on approach to learning. Every day, students will perform experiments involving temperature, chemistry, water, nature and fun. Come and join us.

Science Exploration, gr. 6-8 (HHS)

Course number: 3250
Cost: $10
Times: 8:30, 9:30

Do you love to ask questions about the world around us? This summer, students will develop questions, conduct experiments, and explore many types of science, including the earth, the oceans, the universe, chemistry, motion and energy and more! Sign up today to start investigating!

Scrapbooking, gr. 1-3 (HHS)

Course number: 3275
Cost: $12
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Want to learn some simple techniques for organizing your pictures in a scrapbook? Begin thinking today about what pictures you have taken that you wish to organize. Let the fun begin with scrapbooking. Scrapbooks will be provided; you bring the pictures.

Snacktivities, gr. 1-2, 3-6 (HHS)

Course numbers: 3350, 3360
Cost: $20
Times: 8:30, 9:30 – gr. 3-6 (Course #3360)
10:30– gr. 1-2 (Course #3350)

Snacktivities is the class to be at if you are a big fan of making kid-friendly snacks and learning about healthy living. Join us to learn how to make a healthy snack for you and your family with yummy ingredients. In addition to learning how to make a stellar snack creation, you will learn about healthy life-long activities including mindfulness, exercise and overall healthy living. Please note, students may be in contact with eggs, dairy, wheat, soy and nut products.

Soccer Fun, gr. 1-2, 3-6 (HHS)

Course numbers: 3475, 3500
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30 – gr. 1-2 (Course #3475)
8:30, 9:30, 10:30 – gr. 3-6 (Course #3500)

Students are invited to a mini-camp atmosphere that incorporates soccer skills in a small-game format. Learn teamwork, improve coordination, build endurance and have fun playing soccer. This class is appropriate for both experienced and inexperienced students.

Spanish Beg, gr. 1-2, 3-6 (HHS)

Course numbers: 3550, 3560
Cost: $8
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30 – gr. 1-2 (Course #3550)
8:30, 9:30 – gr. 3-6 (Course #3560)

This class is for students who have had little or no previous Spanish. Students will learn basic vocabulary and expressions, sing songs, play games, sample foods, and work on projects. Learn to speak Spanish and have fun.

Spanish Int, gr. 3-8 (HHS)

Course number: 3575
Cost: $8
Time: 10:30

This class is for the student who has previously enjoyed Spanish. We’ll expand on the experiences of Beginning Spanish as students engage in basic conversations, telling time, singing, games, new projects, and of course, foods. Come have fun in Spanish.

Speed, Agility, Strength, gr. 6-8, 9-11 (HHS)

Course numbers: 3600, 3625
Cost: $5
Times: 8:30, 9:30 – gr. 6-8 (June 22 – July 17) (Course #3600)
6:45 – 8:25 – gr. 9-11 (June 15 – July 24) (Course #3625)

This class is geared for the student athlete. It is not sport specific, but will develop the necessary speed, agility and strength for all individuals. Hamilton coaching staff members will supervise each student’s personal program. The goal is to take the student to the next level in promoting healthy, life-long physical activity.

STEM Kids in Action, gr. 5-9 (HHS)

Course number: 3675
Cost: $20
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Students will exercise their brains in STEM disciplines which develop and strengthen skills in troubleshooting, research, experimentation, problem-solving, invention and innovation. The hands-on activities within this course will allow students to create their own engineering designs, use cutting edge technological systems and processes as well as build physical projects from their own designs. Students will also be introduced to a variety of career choices within STEM-related fields. Projects will be based upon engineering, graphic arts, woodworking, construction, manufacturing and power systems.

Street Hockey, gr. 4-8 (HHS)

Course number: 3680
Cost: $10
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Learn the basics of the game of hockey under the sun! All skill levels are welcome to join. Students will learn handling, passing, shooting, defense, crazy dekes and fun mini games. Students may bring a stick from home if desired.

Tennis Beg, gr. 4-8 (HHS)

Course number: 3850
Cost: $8
Times: 8:30, 9:30

This class is for beginning students with little or no tennis experience. Students will learn basic strokes, grips, serving, coordination, and the basic rules of a tennis match. All students must wear tennis shoes and bring a tennis racket to class every day.

Tennis Int, gr. 5-8 (HHS)

Course number: 3875
Cost: $8
Time: 10:30

This course is open to all experienced tennis players who have some skills and knowledge of the game. Students will learn advanced techniques in scoring, strategies, serving and strokes. All students must wear tennis shoes and bring a tennis racket to class every day.

Track & Field, gr. 1-3, 4-6 (HHS)

Course numbers: 3925, 3950
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30 – gr. 1-3 (Course #3925)
8:30, 9:30, 10:30 – gr. 4-6 (Course #3950)

Do you want to be a faster runner? Do you love running, jumping and throwing? Then track and field is for you. Through careful conditioning, form running and core strengthening, athletes will work on the basic skills for success in both running and field events. Every Friday, students will showcase their talents during a mini track meet. Race on in for a fun time.

Transition to First Grade (Maple Avenue)

Students entering 1st Grade
Course number: 3975
Cost: $12
Time: 8:45 – 11:15

Come and experience what a first-grade classroom is like. This class is for students entering first grade in the Fall of 2020. Summer fun will be incorporated into the curriculum, and activities previously learned in kindergarten will be enjoyed. (Dairyland bus and shuttle bus available for a fee.)

Travel Around the World, gr. 2-5 (HHS)

Course number: 3980
Cost: $8
Times: 9:30, 10:30

Come join this class as we travel around the world in the 19 days of Summer Opportunities. We will be stopping at every continent and explore the cultures, landforms, and what it is like to be a child in another country. Get your passports and journey with us around the world.

Volleyball Beg, gr. 2-3 (HHS)

Course number: 3990
Cost: $4
Time: 8:30

This summer enjoy playing volleyball while increasing your strength and agility. Students will learn the correct stance, how to run and shuffle to the ball, court positions, bumping, setting and serving techniques. Very light volleyballs will be used.

Volleyball Beg, gr. 4-6 (HHS)

Course number: 4000
Cost: $4
Time: 10:30

This summer enjoy playing volleyball while increasing your strength and agility. This class is designed for students who want to learn new skills or work on increasing their skills and confidence. Students will learn how to score and work on their bumping, setting and serving techniques. We will learn how to correctly serve both underhand and overhand.

Volleyball Int, gr. 6-8 (HHS)

Course number: 4025
Cost: $4
Time: 9:30

This summer enjoy playing volleyball at the next level while increasing your strength and agility. This class is intended for students with either team or club experience. Students will further develop their skills in the following areas: serving overhand, blocking, spiking, bumping, setting, and offensive and defensive court positions.

World of Disney, gr. 1-6 (HHS)

Course Number: 4030
Cost: $8
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

This class offers students the chance to explore and create some of their favorite Disney characters through crafts and games as well as investigate the fairy tales that inspired some of the most beloved movies.

Yoga, gr. 3-5, 5-8 (HHS)

Course numbers: 4175, 4200
Cost: $4
Times: 8:30, 9:30 – gr. 5-8 (Course #4200)
10:30 – gr. 3-5 (Course #4175)

Join this introductory class to Yoga and wellness. The benefits for boys and girls will be increased flexibility, strength, focus and general knowledge of healthy eating and living. Students will build self-confidence and foster a feeling of self-empowerment in fitness and wellness while having fun and being active.

Zentangle Art, gr. 3-8 (HHS)

Course number: 4225
Cost: $12
Times: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30

Zentangle Art is an easy to learn art form that creates images using repetitive patterns. The final product is not only fun to do, but it increases focus and creativity. Join us as we put our artistic touch on a bag tag, birthday cards, journals and wall art.

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