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REGISTER ON-LINE!

http://www.mtsd.k12.wi.us

SUMMER ACTIVITIES

2018

PROGRAMS FOR ~

Adults & Active Seniors

Youth & Preschool Families.

NEW GIRLS LACROSSE CAMP PAGE 23 AND

NEW HOMESTEAD GIRLS SOFTBALL CAMP PAGE 25


Director’s Message

Hello Mequon-Thiensville

Community Members:

Thank you for taking the time to read this message and for looking through this amazing selection of

Summer opportunities that we offer the community. This is the biggest brochure we have ever had with

a vast selection of offerings for all ages. Some of our new and exciting programs are Girls Lacrosse

Camp, Girls Softball Academy, Girls High School Volleyball Camp, Milwaukee Bucks Camp, Chapman

Basketball Academy Clinic, Older Americans Month of May discussion, Mad Science programs,

Computer Explorer programs, and other various Adult/Senior programs.

We are heading into our third year of Summer Academy. The class listing and registration began back

on February 1 and has a deadline of April 15. Location for this Summer will be at Wilson Elementary

School. We hope that you take full advantage of this opportunity for academic and enrichment classes

for grades K4 – 8th. Please see pages 48-54 for full details. Any questions on the Summer Academy

can be directed to Lindsey Moore at lmoore@mtsd.k12.wi.us

The Recreation Department would like to introduce the new member of our team, Emily Kuspa, to the

community. Emily had been hired as the Before and After School Coordinator in the district. She will

be implementing the NEW before and after school care program at all 3 elementary schools starting

in Fall for the ’18-’19 school year. Emily is coming from the City of Greenfield Parks and Recreation

Department where she was very instrumental in helping start their before and after school care program

2 years ago. We are very excited to have Emily on board and look forward to a successful first school

year. Details on the program will come out in March to the community.

I wish you and your families an amazing Summer of fun and learning. If you have any ideas, suggestions,

or concerns, please feel free to reach out to me via email at mschoemer@mtsd.k12.wi.us

Recreationally,

Mike Schoemer

Recreation Director


M-T RECREATION DEPARTMENT

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Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department March 2018

Published three (3) times yearly: March, July, November

Volume 1 (2018) Issue 6

Range Line School - 11040 North Range Line Road,

Mequon, WI 53092

OFFICE HOURS: Monday -Friday - 7:30am-4:00pm

CLOSED: March 30, May 28, July 4, September 3

TELEPHONE NUMBERS:

Program Information and Cancellations

M-T Recreation Office: (262) 238-7535

Fax: (262) 238-7550

Michael Schoemer, Recreation Director

238-7536 mschoemer@mtsd.k12.wi.us

Michelle Breitigam, Administrative Assistant

238-7535 mbreitigam@mtsd.k12.wi.us

Emily Kuspa, Before/After School Coordinator

238-7548 ekuspa@mtsd.k12.wi.us

Sarah Roesch, Senior Programmer

238-7537 sroesch@mtsd.k12.wi.us

Lindsey Moore, Summer Academy Coordinator

238-4651 lmoore@mtsd.k12.wi.us

Kay Koepplin, Recreation Office Assistant

238-7547 kkoepplin@mtsd.k12.wi.us

Index:

Page

Adult/Senior Programs

Fitness......................................4-7

Sports .......................................8-9

Enrichment ...........................10-12

Bus Trips...............................13-15

Free Programs .....................16-20

Youth Programs

Sports ...................................21-39

Enrichment............................40-47

Summer Academy.................48-54

Academic..............................55-57

Dance & Drama....................58-60

Music ....................................61-62

Aquatics...................................63-65

Tennis.......................................66-68

Golf..........................................69-71

Preschool Programs................72-75

Youth Sport

Organizations........................76-80

Community Sponsors...............81-82

Financial Assistance..................... 83

Registration Information...........84-85

Registration Forms...................86-87

BROCHURE DESIGN BY:

Yvonne Eynon

GENERAL INFORMATION

The information contained herein will enable you and your family to enjoy a season of FUN AND LEARNING.

We hope you will take advantage of the activities listed, and enjoy your involvement in them. Please respect the

property, rules and regulations established, and the program supervisors who are there to make the activity personally

enjoyable.

If interested in knowing more about any of the listed programs, please contact the Recreation Department. Please

note that dates, times and locations listed may be subject to change.

Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department

- MISSION STATEMENT -

The role of the M-T Recreation Department is to create a closer partnership between school and community

through greater utilization of school facilities, resources, and improved community relations. Public schools, an

important resource in every community, are an integral part of our recreation programming. Utilizing public school

resources through recreation and leisure programming expands and enhances lifelong learning opportunities in

the community while making maximum use of existing school and community resources. Recreation Department

programs are primarily supported by participant user fees.


4 ADULT/SENIOR PROGRAMS - Fitness

Tai Chi Summer Class

Specialty Class open to all Students of Tai Chi. There will be two sections of Grandmasters Yin’s

2-person 8-section Staff! Get ready to apply your Tai Chi skills to a new form!

Location:

Dates:

Muscle Conditioning Fitness

This is a one hour class designed to increase your heart rate into at least the fat burning zone and tone and sculpt

your body using handheld weights; a fusion of cardiovascular training and weight training. After a warm-up you

will learn combinations of movements designed to push your body and cardiovascular system into the next level.

Options are given to encourage each participant to work at their own level. After forty five minutes of using handheld

weights, gravity, and your body weight we will focus on muscle endurance training to improve your strength and

ability to perform everyday tasks. Options given in this class will assist every participant whether you want to

increase your fitness so that you’re not winded when you walk up a flight of stairs, or increase your fitness to

become more physically athletic. Please be sure to bring a mat and handheld weights.

Location: Range Line School Gymnasium

Fee: Resident $58/Non-Resident $63

Time: 8:30am – 9:30am

Days: Tuesday and Thursday

Session1:

Session 2:

Session 3:

Session 4:

April 19, 24, 26, May 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29 (6 Wks)

(May 3 in Cafeteria)

Course #: 322013

May 31, June 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28, July 3, 5, 10 (6 Wks)

Course #: 322014

July 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, 31, August 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21 (6 Wks)

(August 14 in Cafeteria)

Course #: 322015

August 23, 28, 30, Sept 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27, Oct 2 (6 Wks)

Course #: 122012

Min/Max: 8/24

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructor: Connie Disalvo – disalvoconnie@gmail.com

Principles and Foundations of Group Exercise Certified and CPR Pro

Range Line School – Cafeteria

Thursdays – June 21 – August 9 (Skip June 28) 7 weeks

Beginners: Course # 322063

Time: 9:00am – 10:00am

Continuing: Course # 322064

Time: 10:15am – 11:15am

Fee: Resident $78/Non-Resident $86

Min/Max: 6/20

Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date.

Instructor:

KT Rusch is a certified teacher from the Tai Chi Center of Milwaukee, where she has

studied and practiced for over 20 years. Her classes are known for a personal touch,

a sense of humor and a very special Tibetan Singing Bowl Meditation that closes

each class.

Please look in our next brochure coming out the first week of August for fall Tai Chi classes

resuming September 6.


Adult/Senior Fitness Continued 5

DANCE AEROBICS - CARDIO WORKOUT

Cardio blasting workout that is fun with great music!!

Would you like to look good and feel great? This fun class will help you to get in shape and stay healthy.

The benefits you’ll experience from consistent exercise are numerous. This class is a total body workout

including a warm-up, upper body conditioning, aerobic segment, cool down, mat work and a final stretch. The

choreography is great and the variety of music is easy to dance to. Burn calories, build endurance and have

FUN while getting fit. We have central air, so you can work out comfortably year round. High and low levels

are shown so you can work at your own pace. Wear comfortable work out clothes and shoes. Please bring

your own mat and hand weights. Your body and your mind will love you for it!! All sessions are 8 weeks long.

Prerequisite:

Ages:

Location:

Days:

Time:

Session 1:

Session 2:

Session 3:

None

18 and above

Range Line School Gym in Mequon – AIR CONDITIONED!!

11040 N Range Line Rd

Mondays and Wednesdays

6:00pm – 7:00pm

April 25, 30, May 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 30, June 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20 (8 wks)

(Skip May 28) (May 2 in Cafeteria)

Course #: 329072

June 25, 27, July 2, 5(Thurs), 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30, Aug 1, 6, 8, 13, 15 (8 wks)

(Skip July 4)

Course #: 329073

Sept 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, Oct 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29 (8 wks)

Course #: 129034

Fee:

Resident $65/Non-Resident $71 each session

Min/Max: 15/30

Registration: Complete M -T Recreation Form and submit to the Recreation office one week prior to

starting date for each session. Late registrations accepted. Sorry, no pro-rating.

Instructor: Connie Cibik, Certified Instructor

ADULT MORNING SWIM PROGRAM

MORNING FITNESS PROGRAM

The Homestead High School swimming pool will be open from 5:30am until 7:00am

and the Weight Room and Fieldhouse will be open from 5:30am until 6:45am Monday –

Friday. Lockers and shower facilities are available for use. Please bring your own towel

and a lock to secure your valuables. There is no fee for the use of the facilities, but it is

necessary for you to sign in when you use them. A sign-in sheet will be in the weight room

(for those using the field house or weight room) and in the pool (for those using the pool).

Parking is available in the northwest lot near the Aquatic Center Entrance.

REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department


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Adult/Senior Fitness Continued

SENIOR DANCE AEROBICS

Join us to get in shape and stay healthy. This is a fun and friendly class that combines a cardio warmup,

an aerobic dance segment, a cool-down, upper body conditioning, mat work, and a final stretch. The

choreography is easy to learn, and the variety of music will inspire you to move! High and low levels are

shown so you can work at your own pace. Wear comfortable clothes and athletic shoes, and bring your own

mat and hand weights. We’d love to meet you! Questions – Carol Foss - 414-628-6443 fosscp@gmail.com

Location:

Days:

Time:

Range Line School – Gym

Mondays and Wednesdays

9:00am – 10:00am

Spring II: Course #: 222047

Dates: April 30 – June 20 (no 5/28)

Fee: Resident $62/Non-Resident $68

Summer I: Course #: 322028

Dates: June 25 – August 15 (no 7/4)

Fee: Resident $62/Non-Resident $68

Fall I: Course # 122021

Dates: September 5 – October 24

Fee: Resident $62/Non-Resident $68

Min/Max: 15/30

Registration: Deadline is one week before

the start date.

Instructor: Carol Foss

MORNING Gentle Yoga

Enjoy a light, gentle flow-style of Hatha yoga to help release tension and fatigue with this mind/body experience to

promote well-being. This class offers a chance to unwind and improve mobility – with calming yet energizing exercises to

improve posture, circulation, balance, range-of-motion and strength, while promoting tranquility. It’s always advised that

your doctor be consulted before starting yoga or any new form of exercise. Yoga mats, blocks, straps are available for use

if needed. Bring to class if desired: Yoga mat, pillow for support, if needed, blanket, if desired, water to stay hydrated

is always a good idea. Wear to class: comfortable stretchy clothes and we remove shoes for class.

Location:

Day:

Time:

Range Line School – Gym

Mondays

10:30am – 11:30am

Summer I: Course #: 222071

Dates: April 23 – June 11 (no 5/28)

Fee: Resident $69/Non-Resident $76

Summer II: Course #: 322030

Dates: June18 – July 30

Fee: Resident $72/Non-Resident $80

Fall I: Course #: 122055

Dates: August 13 – October 1 (no 9/3)

Fee: Resident $72/Non-Resident $80

Min/Max: 6/20

Registration: Deadline is one week before the start

date.

Instructor: Erica Boos – RYT (registered yoga

teacher through Yoga Alliance with

over 200 hours of teacher training.


Adult/Senior Fitness Continued 7

BALANCE & CORE

This functional exercise class will help you improve your balance and strengthen the abdominal and

back muscles. Exercises to increase leg strength, endurance and flexibility will be performed seated,

standing using your body weight. Please bring hand weights and water if needed. This is a great class

for strengthening as you age.

Location:

Days:

Time:

Range Line School – Cafeteria

Mondays

1:30pm – 2:30pm

Spring II: Course #: 222096

Dates: April 9 – May 14 (no 4/2)

Fee: Resident $57/Non-Resident $63

Summer I: Course #: 322084

Dates: May 21 – July 9 (no 5/28) (no 6/25)

Fee: Resident $57/Non-Resident $63

Fall I: Course #: 122096

Dates: September 10 – October 15

Fee: Resident $57/Non-Resident $63

Min/Max: 8/20

Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date.

Instructor: K.T. Rusch

REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department


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Adult/Senior Sports

Great physical conditioning and a lot of fun! This sport offers something for everyone. Instruction will

be offered for all who wish it. Rackets will be furnished or you may bring your own. Shuttlecocks will be

provided. The schedule may change depending upon school calendar. Provide your email address on

your registration form to receive information regarding changes in schedule.

Age:

Adults ONLY – Children are not allowed to accompany parents

Location: Whitefish Bay Field House

Dates: June 13 – August 15 (Skip July 4 & 25)

Day:

Wednesdays

Time: 7:30pm – 9:30pm

Fee: Resident $25/Non-Resident $35

Supervisor: Doug Kane

Course #: 317021

Bocce Ball

WOW! Now we are in our 8th season of Bocce! Our participants

are making new friends and have had a great time playing. This

game is played around the world and closely resembles bowling, but

requires a different set of skills. Meet seniors from other centers by

participating in a match.

Location: Range Line School Front Lawn

Clinic Date: Tuesday, May 22

Time: 9:00am – 10:00am

Fee:

Free

Course #: 322055

Summer I: Course #: 322056

Play Dates: Tuesdays, May 29, June 5, 19, 26 (no 6/12)

Time: 9:00am – 10:30am

Fee: Resident $8/Non-Resident $10

Min/Max: 4/16

Registration: Deadline is one week before the start

date.

Instructor: Joe Puccinelli


Adult/Senior Sports Continued 9

Yes, PICKLEBALL – the fun game with the funny name, is one of the fastest-growing

sports in the nation! Created in the backyard of Washington Congressman Joel

Pritchard in 1965, it is a combination of badminton, tennis and table tennis, and is

enjoyed by all age groups. Using a badminton-sized court, tennis-height net, table

tennis-type paddle, and a baseball-sized whiffle ball, usually played by doubles, this

game has few rules and is far less strenuous than tennis. It is easy to learn and

provides plenty of exercise and eye-hand coordination; a game of strategy for both

men and women, you don’t have to be tall and powerful. Want to watch a video? Go to

www.USAPA.org, click on link “What is Pickleball?” under Training and Court Info link

or sit in on any Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday open court session to see if you’d like it.

Location: Range Line School Gym

** Pickleball players can purchase a 10-play punch card in the Recreation Office (Monday – Friday

- 8am – 4pm) for $30 for residents/$33 for non-residents, good for any day of play and DOES

NOT EXPIRE. Each participant is responsible for bringing and punching their card each time

they play. Once the card is full, another can be purchased. Drop in rate for participants without a

punch card is a $5.00 fee.

Below are the dates for Open Courts on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays

through September 2018

Tuesdays – (1:00-3:00pm @ Range Line School Gym)

Mar 6, 13, 20, 27, April 10, 17, 24, May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, June 5, 12, 19, 26, July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, Aug 7,

21, 28, Sept 4, 11, 18, 25

(SKIP April 3, August 14)

Thursdays – (1:00-3:00pm @ Range Line School Gym)

Mar 1, 8, 15, 29, April 5, 12, 19, 26, May 10, 17, 24, 31, June 7, 14, 21, 28, July 5, 12, 19, 26, Aug 2, 16,

23, 30, Sept 6, 13, 20, 27

(SKIP March 22, May 3, August 9)

Saturdays – (9:00-11:00am @ Range Line School Gym)

Mar 3, 10, 17, 31, April 7, 14, 21, 28, May 12, 19, 26, June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, July 7, 14, 21, 28, Aug 4, 18,

25, Sept 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

(SKIP March 24, May 5, August 11)

REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department


10 Adult/Senior Enrichment

U P YO U R

D I G I TA L G A M E

We live in a visual and technical world. Give yourself a digital edge by learning how to combine

photography, graphic design and multimedia to enhance your school assignments or just expand your

digital skill set. If you cannot bring your own smartphone or tablet, equipment will be provided for you.

Ages: 9 – 99 years

Location: Homestead High School, Room 405

Dates: Mon – Thurs, Aug 13 – 16

Time: 10:00am – Noon

Fee: Resident $100/Non-Resident $125

Min/Max: 6/24

Course #: 327010

Registration: Deadline for registration is one

week prior to start date.

Instructor: Rachel Rauch – Certified Journalism

Educator, English and Publications

Teacher at Homestead High School

FAMILY FULL MOON MEANDER

Enjoy the beautiful Back Forty at its moonlit best!! We will use ALL of our heightened senses to explore the lore of

the moon cycles, search for and maybe become friendly, nocturnal critters and just experience together the calming

cadence of a Summer evening.

Location: Range Line School – Amazing Back Forty (Park and Meet at Back Forty Sign)

Date: Thursday June 14

Time: 8:00pm – 9:15pm

Fee:

Resident $10 per family, 1 adult must accompany every 2 minor children

Course #: 312036

Registration: Deadline for registration is 3 days before the start date.

Instructor: Wendy Seaman is a certified in both Early Childhood Education and the Wisconsin Model Early

Learning Standards (WMELS). For seven years, she directed a nature acclimatization day camp

project for school age children and loves to share music, photography and natural history with her

campers.


Adult/Senior Enrichment Continued 11

13

Korean Style Tacos and Kimchi Quesadillas

Get ready for Korean - Mexican Fusion Cooking and welcome to a world culinary adventure this summer! Join local

Home Cook and founder of Kosari Kimchi, Saehee Chang, to make Korean Style Tacos and delicious, savory Kimchi

Quesadillas! This class will explore the fun and easy ways of combining different cooking traditions together. So let’s

look forward to an engaging, tasty and interactive cooking class.

Date: June 20

Day:

Wednesday

Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Location: Nicolet High School, Room B133

6701 N. Jean Nicolet Road

Glendale, WI

Fee: Resident $30/Non-Resident $40

Course #: 329036

Min/Max: 3/8

Instructor: Saehee Chang

Everyday Sewing with YOUR Machine

Studio Description

Let’s apply your sewing skills by completing a fashion or home decor project of your choice. Participants will learn how

to read a pattern, practice techniques for layout and cutting and receive guidance as needed throughout the sewing

process. Participant will need to purchase their own pattern and fabric prior to the first class session.

Ages:

16 years and older

Location: Lydell Community Center, Room 22

5205 N. Lydell Ave., Whitefish Bay, WI 53217

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

NEW

Studio:

Day:

Tuesdays

Dates: June 19 – July 31 (Skip July 3)

Time:

7:00pm – 9:00pm

Course #: 329047

Maximum: 4

Fee: Resident $55/Non-Resident $65

Instructor: Sandy Saltzstein

Safety Driving

55 Alive Class

Learn defensive driving techniques, new traffic laws, rules of the road, and much more in this exciting course. Find out

how to adjust your driving to age-related changes in vision, learning and reaction time. You might even get and insurance

discount! You don’t have to take a test either! Millions of people have taken advantage of this valuable course. Please

bring your driver’s license and an AARP card if you have one. Sign up now! Space is limited.

Location: Range Line School – Room # 108

Date: Thursday, June 28

Time: 8:30am – 12:30pm

Fee: $20

Min/Max: 11/25

Course #: 322044

Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date.

Instructor: Marie Renn

REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department


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Adult/Senior Enrichment Continued

Acrylics and Mixed Media

As we are moving toward the nice weather, fresh new ideas come to mind. Sunshine and clouds, rain and wind. Lots

of ideas to work with as we come to the spring session. Come join us with your ideas. Supply List; #140 pound

watercolor paper or canvas, assorted brushes, pencil, erasers, water container, and paper towels. Acrylic

paint and if desired watercolor paint can be used. Photos and pictures for ideas can be brought with you.

Location: Range Line School – Room #108

Days: Thursdays, May 10 – June 14

Time: 1:30pm – 3:30pm

Fee: Resident $65/Non-Resident $71

Min/Max: 8/12

Course #: 322017

Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date.

Instructor: Judy Clemens

Mah Jongg

Winds! Bams! Dragons! Learn an ancient game with a modern twist. Mah Jongg has been a popular game in America

since the 1920’s. (Note: this is NOT merely matching tiles, sometimes erroneously called Mah Jongg.) Combining

both luck and skill, you will find people of all ages. Although this game of Chinese tiles is played by 4 people, the play

is individual so partners are not needed. Groups of “Mahj” friends play regularly for years, so come and see why so

many people have enjoyed this game for so long! You too will be able to play after this class. Fee includes current

National Mah Jongg League Cards and materials.

Location: Range Line School – Room #110

Dates: Wednesdays, April 11, 18, 25

May 2, 9, 16

Time: 10:00am – 11:30am

Fee: Resident $65/Non-Resident $71

Fairy Gardens

Bring a child (or two), a smock, apron or Grandpa’s old shirt and let’s create a Miniature Fairy Garden you’ll take home

when finished. Be prepared to plant a “little”, paint a “little” and have a “little” fun with your little guest child (age 6 and

older). All materials, including your own Fairy will be provided. Registration includes one Fairy Garden. Please register

separately for each additional garden.

Children ages of 6 and up must bring one adult along, parent/grandparent, to help with this fun project.

Location: Range Line School – Room # 109

Day: Thursday, June 21

Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm

Fee: Resident $39/Non-Resident $43

Min/Max: 3/10

Course #: 322018

Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date.

Instructor: Betsy Roberts.

Course #: 222076

Min/Max: 6/16

Registration: Deadline is one week before the

start date.

Instructor: Janet Fine


Adult/Senior Bus Trips 15 13

BADGER BAND

Under the direction of Professor Michael Leckrone, (he hasn’t retired as of printing) the Wisconsin Band

has become the top collegiate marching band in the nation. Why? Because the Wisconsin Band consists

of over 300 hard-working enthusiastic students and staff members who strive to keep “raising the bar”

year after year. On Thursday April 19th the UW Varsity Marching Band will celebrate its 44th annual

spring concert at the Kohl Center. No other collegiate band puts on such an extravaganza complete with

professional staging, lighting, sound and pyrotechnics performed for 25,000 Badger fans each year. The

Wisconsin Band is pleased to announce another action-packed spring concert with special guests to be

announced. There will be lots of surprises and special effects.

Location: Range Line School – Cafeteria

Day: Thursday, April 19

Time: Bus loads 2:30pm

Bus leaves 2:45pm

Bus returns approx. 11:30pm

Fee: $60

Course #: 222087

Min/Max: 5/No max

Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date.

©

BREWER’S GAME #1

Attend a Brewer Game with family and friends and you won’t have to worry about the parking. The Kansas City Royals

are in town for this home stand as we arrive in grand style in our coach bus. For easier walking we will be dropped

off at the handicapped entrance. It is a special day for seniors with great seats in the loge section along first base line

with afternoon shade and easy access to food and restrooms. Our group name will even be on the scoreboard. When

registering, please indicate seat pairings for the game and bus.

Location: Range Line School parking lot (SW corner)

Bus loads 10:45am

Bus leaves 11:00am

Bus returns approx. 4:00pm

Date: Wednesday, June 27 (1:10pm start)

Fee:

$48 – includes coach bus and ticket

Max: 25

©

Course #: 322052

Registration: Deadline for group tickets is Wednesday, May 30, after this date check for availability.

No refunds given after this date and bus times are subject to change.

REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department


14 Adult/Senior Bus Trips Continued

MILWAUKEE LAKEFRONT

FIREWORKS

JULY 3, 2018

Best Seats in the House

Summer Cookout Buffet at the

War Memorial

Hop on our air-conditioned coach and head to downtown Milwaukee to see the lakefront fireworks. Avoid the

headache of parking and traffic, leave the driving to us. Be dropped off at the War Memorial, enjoy a delicious

Picnic Style dinner (Brats, Burgers, BBQ Pork and all the Fixin’s + Unlimited Beer, Wine, & Soda), while tapping

to great Live music. Then we will be wowed by the spectacular view of the Fireworks Extravaganza.

Please call the Germantown Senior Center – 262-253-7799 to register.

Location:

Date:

Time:

Germantown Center Mall (behind Starbucks, (center of parking)

Tuesday, July 3rd

Pick-up 4:45pm

Return 11:00pm

Fee: $89

Registration: Deadline is May 1, 2018 at the Germantown Senior Center 262-253-7799.

Brewer’s Game #2

Attend a Brewer Game with family and friends and you won’t have to worry about the parking. The Cincinnati Reds are

in town for this home stand as we arrive in grand style in our coach bus. For easier walking we will be dropped off at the

handicapped entrance. It is a special senior’s day with great seats in the loge section along first base line with afternoon

shade and easy access to food and restrooms. Our group name will even be on the scoreboard. When registering,

please indicate seat pairings for the game and bus.

Location: Range Line School parking lot (SW corner)

Bus loads 10:45am

Bus leaves 11:00am

Bus returns approx. 4:30pm

Date: Wednesday, August 22 (1:10pm start)

Fee:

$48 includes coach bus and ticket

Max: 25

Course #: 322053

Registration:

NEW

Deadline for group tickets is Thursday, July 19 after this date check for availability.

No refunds given after this date and bus times are subject to change.


Adult/Senior Bus Trips Continued 15


16

Adult/Senior Free Programs

Navigating the World of Senior Care

Location: Range Line School and all classes are free.

Part #1 – Finding the “right” Senior Community and Affording It – Did you know there are over 500 senior

communities in the Milwaukee metro area? How do you decide which one is the “right” one for you or your loved one?

What are the best ways to pay for assisted living?

Date: Tuesday, May 1

Course #: 322010 – Room #109

Time: 10:00am – 11:30am

Part #2 – What I Wish I Would Have Known Before Mom Broke Her Hip – Get the inside information about

what to expect in the hospital, rehab, home care and assisted living and what your choices are when planning ahead.

Date: Tuesday, May 8

Course #: 322011– Room #109

Time: 10:00am – 11:30am

Part #3 – The Most Important Conversation – Whether you are parents wanting to talk to your children about

your medical and financial wishes or children wanting to make sure Mom and Dad are clear on what they want in case

of emergency, the conversation is a hard one. Learn about how to have the conversation, what to cover and about the

experts available to help you along the way.

Date: Tuesday, May 15

Course #: 322012 – Room #109

Time: 10:00am – 11:30am

Min/Max: 4/18

Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date.

Instructor: Lauren O’Desky is a Certified Senior Advisor and Owner of Oasis Senior Advisors of Northshore Milwaukee.

She is a specialist in dementia care and assisted living placement and lectures on a variety of senior related topics.

Lauren is a resident of Mequon.


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CELL PHONE

So you got that brand new cell phone and can’t make heads or tails out of it with all the different things that can be done

especially texting to that favorite grandchild. In this informative class you will get hands-on experience with the basics of

the cell phone, texting and taking a picture (if your phone has the capability). Class is taught by that age group that has

grown up on this kind of technology. This will be a class with lots of helpers for you, so no walk-ins will be accepted. Call

262-238-7537 to see if class is still available.

Location: Range Line School – Room #108

Time: 9:30am – 10:30am

Spring 1: Course #: 322026

Date: Thursday, April 12

Spring 2: Course #: 322027

Date: Monday, May 7

Fee:

Free

Min/Max: 4/16

Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date.

Effective Strategies for Selling

Your Home in Today’s Market

Thinking about selling your home, but don’t know where to start? The good news is that it’s a great time to sell,

especially because there is a relatively low inventory of homes on the market right now. However, even in our hot

housing market, do you wonder why some homes sell quickly and others don’t? There is a secret to their success!

This seminar will provide proven strategies to help you prepare your house for sale and price it competitively to

get your house sold quickly for the best price. Time for questions.

Location: Range Line School – Room #108

Day: Thursday, May 10

Time: 10:30am to 11:30am

Fee:

Free

Course #: 322008

Min/Max: 8/20

Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date.

Instructor: Patti Schulz, SRES, ABR, SSFS

Shorewest Realtors

Multi-Million Dollar Producer

Shorewest National Sales Award Winner 2012, 2013, 2015

Five Star Real Estate Agent,

Best in Client Satisfaction Award Winner Milwaukee Magazine

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Adult/Senior Free Programs Continued

For Your Health

Range Line School

These presentations are free.

Poly-Pharmacy –

The reality of our world today, including the influence and advances of Western Medicine, is that millions of people are

prescribed multiple medications for various ailments. These can be helpful, but unfortunately, they can be harmful as well.

We’ll dive in to the potential risks of this practice and how it affects people on a daily basis.

Date: Tuesday, May 15 – 10:30am – 11:30am

Course #: 322022 – Conference Room

Fall Risk –

Are you at risk of falling? The answer may surprise you. What can you do about it? How can you protect yourself when

you’re at home? At work? Even at the hospital? We’ll discuss who’s at risk and why. Find out new ways hospitals are

trying to make their own facilities safer. Come learn about things you can do at home and much more.

Date: Tuesday, June 19 – 10:30am – 11:30am

Course #: 322023 – Room #109

Registration:

Instructor:

Deadline is one week before the start date.

Dr. Michael Brin D.O.FACEP MPH

Medical Director, Emergency Department Columbia-St. Mary’s Ozaukee

The Mequon-Thiensville

Community Book Club

Please join us for monthly book discussions. Our choices will concentrate on a variety of current titles, with a classic

thrown in here and there! And no, it is not just for women, Everyone is welcome!

Be prepared to talk, listen and share your thoughts and reactions to the month’s selection. Participants will be

responsible for obtaining their books.

Location: Frank L. Weyenberg Library of Mequon-Thiensville

Dates: May 15, June 19, July 17, August 21

Time: 1:30pm – 2:30pm

Fee:

Free

Min/Max: 5/20

Facilitator: Ashley Pike, Patron Services Manager of Weyenberg Library

Date:

Tuesday, May 15 – “Fall of Marigolds” by Susan Meissner

Date:

Tuesday, June 19 – “Turtles All the Way Down” by John Green

Date:

Tuesday, July 17 – “Janesville: An American Story” by Amy Goldestein

Date:

Tuesday, August 21 – “Sing, Unburied, Sing” by Jesmyn Ward


Adult/Senior Free Programs Continued

Celebrate Older Americans Month

At Range Line School in Mequon, Wisconsin

11040 N. Range Line Road

Sarah Roesch 262-238-7537

This year the theme for Older Americans Month is

“Engage At Every Age: May 2018

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The Senior Advisory Committee invites you to celebrate Older Americans Month with us on Thursday, May 17th. The

theme this year is “Engage At Every Age: May 2018”. This is emphasizing that you are never too old (or too

young) to take part in activities that can enrich your physical, mental and emotional well-being and celebrate the many

ways older adults make a difference in their communities. Have you ever played “Then and Now?” A group of young

people will be here to listen to your memories and to play “Then and Now” with us. Example ...Then – a dial

phone ... Now – a cell phone. Do you have any older items that you would like to bring to share? Prizes will be given

out. Also bring a device that you have questions about. The young people love to share their knowledge about electronic

devices, tablets, phones, etc. To end our session, Lila, the comfort Dog from Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church will be

paying a visit. Call Sarah – 262-238-7537 for more Information or to share an older item.

Light refreshments will be served.

Location: Range Line School – Conference Room

Date: Thursday, May 17

Time: 10:00am – 11:30am

Fee:

Free

Min/Max: 10/20

Course #: 322016

Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date.

Hope to see you at our event.

You can register for all of this fun and excitement by calling Sarah at 262-238-7537

or by e-mail at sroesch@mtsd.k12.wi.us

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

Patty Ruth, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator for the Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department will

discuss the importance of planning ahead for disasters. We go to great lengths planning for events that are far less

significant. Being prepared can lessen the negative impact of a disaster, Save Money and Save Lives. Be Prepared:

Be informed, Get a Kit, Make a Plan, and Get Involved.

There will be time for questions.

Location: Range Line School – Room #108

Day: Monday, June 4

Time: 10:30am – 11:30am

Fee:

Free

Course #: 322021

Min/Max: 5/No max

Registration: Deadline is one week before the start date.

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ALZHEIMER’S

“Know the 10 signs: Early Detection Matters”

The warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease are often dismissed as side effects of normal aging. If you or

someone you know is experiencing memory loss or behavioral, changes, it’s time to learn the facts. Early

detection gives you a chance to begin drug therapy, enroll in clinical studies and plan for the future. Attend

this interactive workshop to learn the 10 warning signs of Alzheimer’s disease. We’ll separate myth from

reality and address commonly-held fears about Alzheimer’s in America. Hear from people who have the

disease and find out how recognize the signs in yourself and others. Time for questions after.

Location: Range Line School – Room #108

Time: 10:00am – 11:00am

Date: Thursday, May 31

Fee:

Free

Course # 322019

Min/Max: 5/15

“Memory Loss, Dementia, and Alzheimer’s Disease: The Basics”

This program provides information that everyone should know about memory loss and what that means

for all of us. Explore memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Learn about risk factors, research,

treatments, and steps to a proper diagnosis/assessment. Join us for this comprehensive overview.

Location: Range Line School – Room #108

Time: 10:00am – 11:00am

Date: Thursday, June 14

Fee:

Free

Course #: 322020

Min/Max: 5/15

Registration:

Instructor:

Registration:

Instructor:

Morning and Afternoon Activities

Senior Dining Program

As many of you already know our meal site for Mequon-Thiensville area is located here at Range Line School. The

suggestion donation for the lunch is $4.00, serving at 12:00noon, attending for the first time is free. Reduced taxi vouchers

are available for transportation to and from the location. For more information or to make a reservation, please contact

Patty 262-483-1937 or Kari 262-238-8120. Monthly menu calendars are available.

Monthly Events/Meal Program

An information specialist from the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County will be on the premises. She

will answer questions so that you don’t have to drive to Port Washington. Please call 262-238-8120 for date.

Celebrate Older Americans Month

This year’s theme “Engage At Every Age: May 2018”. This emphasizes that you are never too old or too young to engage

in activities. It will be celebrated here on Thursday, May 17.

Senior Games

Senior games between Seniors from Cedarburg, Grafton, Mequon, & Port Washington start on Wednesday, May 23

with a run/walk & dessert. Lots of activities to participate in; swimming, golf, bocce ball, sheepshead, bike riding, and

pickleball, with 17 events in all. Call Sarah for more info. 262-238-7537

Ozaukee County Senior Conference

Deadline is one week before

the start date.

Sarah Prohuska, Ozaukee and

Washington County Community

Outreach Coordinator

Deadline is one week before

the start date.

Sarah Prohuska, Ozaukee and

Washington County Community

Outreach Coordinator

The Conference for Seniors featuring a guest speaker, interesting sessions, lots of exhibitors, great food and socializing

with other Seniors is Tuesday, June 12. Call Sarah for more info. 262-238-7537. This year it will be held at the Country

Inn & Suites in Port Washington due to construction at Grafton High School.


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HOMESTEAD

HOOP CAMP

Boys Grades 1-9

Sean Crider, Boys Head Basketball Coach at Homestead High School, and his staff will provide instruction for

the 27th Annual Homestead Hoop Camp. The camp is open to boys entering first through ninth grade. The

camp goals are to teach fundamentals, provide individual instruction, emphasize academics, promote character

development, and have fun while learning. Camp highlights are each camper gets a ball, prizes, T-shirts, contests,

and team competition.

Location:

Registration:

Date:

Date:

Homestead High School Field House or Main Gym

Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Mon – Fri, June 11 – 15 (Held in Field House at Homestead)

Course #: 317001 Age: Boys entering grade 1

Time: 10:00am – 11:00am

Fee: Resident $42/Non-Resident $52

Course #: 317002 Age: Boys entering grade 2

Time: 10:00am – 11:00am

Fee: Resident $42/Non-Resident $52

Course #: 317003 Age: Boys entering grade 3

Time: 11:10am – 1:10pm

Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77

Course #: 317004 Age: Boys entering grade 4

Time: 11:10am – 1:10pm

Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77

Course #: 317005 Age: Boys entering grade 5

Time: 1:30pm – 3:30pm

Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77

Course #: 317006 Age: Boys entering grade 6

Time: 1:30pm – 3:30pm

Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77

Mon – Fri, June 18 – 22 (Held in Main Gym at Homestead)

Course #: 317007 Age: Boys entering grade 7

Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm

Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77

Course #: 317008 Age: Boys entering grade 8

Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm

Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77

Course #: 317009 Age: Boys entering grade 9

Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm

Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77

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GIRLS BASKETBALL CAMP

Girls Grades 1-9

Corey Wolf, Girls Head Basketball Coach at Homestead High School, and her staff will instruct a girls basketball

camp for girls entering grades 1 through 9. You will find the camp staff to be enthusiastic, dedicated and hard

working. Emphasis is placed on fundamental skills, ball handling, passing, shooting, and rebounding.

Location:

Registration:

Homestead High School Field House

Dates: Mon – Fri, June 18 – 22

Course #: 317136 Age: Girls entering grades 1-5

Time: 9:00am – 11:00am

Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77

Course #: 317137 Age: Girls entering grade 6-9

Time: 12:00pm – 2:00pm

Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77

Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

BASKETBALL ACADEMY

Boys and Girls Grades 4-9

The Basketball Academy is designed for the serious basketball player ready to improve their game. Basketball is

a game that requires practice and repetition to be successful. Homestead High School Boys Basketball Coach, Sean

Crider, will direct the Basketball Academy sessions for the boys. Homestead High School Girls Basketball Coach, Corey

Wolf, will direct the Basketball Academy for the girls. Let Coach Crider and Coach Wolf help you put a plan together to

be the best basketball player you can be. You will be given individual and partner drills that can be done on your own to

help you improve.

Skills that will be emphasized:

Higher Level Ball Handling – Detailed Shooting Techniques – Passing and Catching –

Individual and Team Defense – Reading and Setting Screens – And much more!!

Fee: Resident $80/Non-Resident $90

Girls:

Boys:

Location will be at the Lake Shore Middle School Gym

Dates: Wednesdays & Fridays – June 27, 29, July 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27 (Skip July 4 & 6)

Course #: 317128 Girls entering grades 7-9 Time: 8:30am – 10:00am

Course #: 317129 Girls entering grades 4-6 Time: 10:15am – 11:45am

Location will be at the Lake Shore Middle School Gym

Dates: Tuesdays & Thursdays – June 26, 28, July 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26 (Skip July 3 & 5)

Course #: 317130 Boys entering grades 7-9 Time: 8:30am – 10:00am

Course #: 317131 Boys entering grades 4-6 Time: 10:15am – 11:45am

Registration: Deadline is one week prior to start date or once max is reached.

Min/Max: 10/30

Instructors: Sean Crider, Homestead High School Boys Head Basketball Coach and Corey Wolf Homestead High

School Girls Head Basketball Coach.


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girls

lacrosse

camp

Campers will work with Homestead Girls Lacrosse players and coaches who have an extensive knowledge

of the game, as well as personal playing experience. Our camp is an instructional lacrosse camp for girls

incoming grades 5th – 8th. Campers will receive instruction in fundamentals, skills, rules, and techniques.

They will also have the opportunity to flex their newfound skills in individual challenges as well as team

scrimmages. This camp is designed for beginner and intermediate lacrosse players. Staff will provide

instruction regarding stick skills, developmental drills, position-specific technique, team dynamics, and

regulation game play – all while growing campers’ love for the game!

At the Homestead Girls Lacrosse Camp, our goal is to grow the game of lacrosse and share our passion

for the sport through engaging, fun activities that help campers build their skill set while growing their

confidence on the field. We hope this camp is only the beginning of a lifelong passion for lacrosse! Any

questions can be directed to Heidi Koeger at hkoeger35@gmail.com

Sponsored by Homestead Girls Lacrosse and the Varsity/JV Girls Players

Grades:

Incoming 5th – 8th

Location:

Homestead High School Stadium

Dates: Wed – Fri, June 27, 28, & 29

Times:

5:30pm – 8:30pm

Course #: 312031

Fee: Resident $125/Non-Resident $135

NEW

Players must bring lacrosse goggles, fitted mouth guard, and girls lacrosse

stick. Limited supply of gear will be available for use during camp. Gear can

be purchased at Burghardt’s Sporting Goods or Hot 4 Lax.

Min/Max: 10/100

Registration: Deadline is one week prior to start date.

Instructors:

Homestead High School Girls Lacrosse Coaches and Players

Any questions can be directed to Heidi Koeger at hkoeger35@gmail.com

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BOYS LACROSSE CAMP

Campers will work with staff members who bring knowledge of the game, as well as, personal playing

experience. Homestead Boys Lacrosse Camp is an instructional lacrosse camp for boys incoming grades

3rd – 8th. Campers will receive instruction in fundamentals, skills, rules and techniques. Campers have

the opportunity to apply what they learn at camp in individual and team competition. This camp is designed

for beginner to intermediate lacrosse players. Instruction will include stick work, drills, tight-space play,

position, team, and full field concepts – in a fun and competitive environment.

At the Homestead Boys Lacrosse Camp, you can expect to find well trained, professional and passionate

high school players who are providing their time to help build the skills of your sons, as well as, promoting

lacrosse and giving back to their community. It is our goal that this camp provides young players with the

confidence and ability to take their game to the next level!

SPONSORED BY HOMESTEAD LACROSSE AND THE VARSITY/JV BOYS PLAYERS

Grades:

Incoming 3rd – 8th

Location:

Homestead High School Stadium

Dates: Wed – Fri, June 20, 21, & 22

Times: 9:00am – 12:00pm Incoming Gr 3rd – 5th

Course #: 312029

1:30pm – 4:30pm Incoming Gr 6th – 8th

Course #: 312030

Fee: Resident $125/Non-Resident $135

EQUIPMENT IS REQUIRED – RENTAL EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE

THROUGH “HOT 4 LAX.” PLEASE CONTACT ROBIN BUCKLEY

at 262-717-9996 FOR COSTS. MUST ARRANGE AT LEAST 2

WEEKS PRIOR TO SECURE EQUIPMENT. FIRST COME, FIRST

SERVE AND BASED ON AVAILABILITY.

Min/Max: 10/200

Registration: Deadline is one week prior to start date.

Instructors:

Mike LaValle and Homestead High School Players and Coaches


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Homestead Girls

Softball Camp

Girls will have the opportunity to work with the Homestead coaching staff and their Homestead softball players.

We will work on fundamentals such as throwing, catching, fielding, hitting, running bases and a whole lot more!

Participants should bring a mitt, bat (if they have one), something to drink, and any other softball equipment

that they have. Participants will receive a Tshirt.

Location: Homestead High School Softball Field

Date: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – 14

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Min/Max: 10/No Max

Instructors: Deb Segebrecht - Homestead Varsity Coach, staff and players

NEW

Grade: Time: Fee: Course #:

Entering Gr 1 – 4 1:00pm – 2:15pm Resident $45/Non-Resident $55 317028

Entering Gr 5 – 8 2:30pm – 4:00pm Resident $55/Non-Resident $65 317029

SUMMER FOOTBALL CAMP

Boys and Girls Grades 1-9

The Homestead High School football staff will once again host a football camp for grades 1-9. Attitude and learning to do

the right thing will be an important component of the camp. Each participant will receive a T-Shirt.

Prerequisites: Participants should bring gym clothes, football shoes, and water bottle.

Location: Homestead High School Varsity Game Field

Director: David Keel, Homestead High School Head Football Coach

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Grades 1-4: Fundamentals of flag football will be taught: passing, catching, kicking, blocking, flag pulling, and team

skills.

Dates: Mon – Thurs, July 9 – 12

Course #: 317276 Age: Boys/Girls entering grades 1 and 2 Time: 8:00am – 9:15am

Fee: Resident $48/Non-Resident $58

Course #: 317277 Age: Boys/Girls entering grades 3 and 4 Time 9:30am – 11:00am

Fee: Resident $48/Non-Resident $58

Grades 5-9: All fundamentals of football will be taught: passing, catching, kicking, blocking, tackling and team skills.

Attitude and learning to do the right thing will be an important component of the camp.

Dates: Mon – Thurs, July 9 – 12

Course #: 317227 Age: Boys/Girls entering grades 5 through 7 Time: 12:00pm – 1:45pm

Fee: Resident $68/Non-Resident $78

Course #: 317228 Age: Boys/Girls entering grades 8 & 9 Time 2:00pm – 3:45pm

Fee: Resident $78/Non-Resident $88

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BIGGER, FASTER, STRONGER TRAINING

Boys and Girls Grades 8-12

The Homestead High School Weight Room will be open for weight conditioning training for boys and girls entering grades

8-12. Strength and conditioning advisors for Homestead Football will develop a program for participants at all levels of

fitness. Supervisors will be coaches within the Homestead High School Football Staff. Emphasis of the program will

be on increasing power, explosiveness, speed and agility.

Weight Training: Location: Homestead High School Weight Room

Dates: June 11 – July 26 (Skip July 4)

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday

Grades/Times: 8th and 9th – 7:00am – 8:30am Course #: 317148

Grades/Times: 10th – 12th – 8:30am – 10:00am Course #: 317149

Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77

Speed/Agility Work: Location: Homestead High School Varsity Game Field

Dates: Tuesday & Thursday, June 12 through July 26

Grades:

8th – 12th all together

Times:

10:15am – 11:00am

Fee: Resident $67/Non-Resident $77

Course #: 317150

Registration:

Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

STRENGTH & SPEED CAMPS

Boys and Girls Entering Grades 6-12

The HHS Weight Room will be open for strength training and HHS Track will be open for speed training for

boys and girls entering grades 6-12. Todd Brawner will lead this program. 30 minutes will in the weight

room and 30 minutes on the track each day. Emphasis of the program will be on increasing

speed, strength and conditioning.

Prerequisite: Boys and Girls entering grades 6-12

Location:

Homestead High School – Meet in Weight Room

Dates: Tues & Thurs, June 12, 14,

19, 21, 26, 28, July 3, 5, 10,

12, 17, 19

Entering Grades: 6th – 8th

Times:

11:00am – 12:00pm

Fee $85

Course #: 317155

Dates: Tues & Thurs, July 24, 26, 31,

Aug 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23,

28, 30

Entering Grades: 6th – 8th

Times:

1:00am – 12:00pm

Fee $85

Course #: 317157

Dates: Tues & Thurs, June 12, 14,

19, 21, 26, 28, July 3, 5, 10,

12, 17, 19

Entering Grades: 9th – 12th

Times:

12:00pm – 1:00pm

Fee $85

Course #: 317156

Dates: Tues & Thurs, July 24, 26, 31,

Aug 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23,

28, 30

Entering Grades: 9th – 12th

Times:

12:00pm – 1:00pm

Fee $85

Course #: 317158

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.


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GOLD MEDAL SPEED CAMPS

SPEED – AGILITY – QUICKNESS – CONDITIONING CAMP

Under the direction of Todd Brawner, Gold Medal Speed Camps utilize cutting edge training and teaching techniques

designed to give you the edge on your competition. Camp participants will make significant improvements in speed,

agility, quickness and conditioning. All activities at the training sessions are tied together, working to achieve total

athletic development. Athletes from a wide variety of sports benefit from speed, agility and quickness development.

Camp objectives include:

Perfect Sprinting Mechanics – Faster Starts / Reaction Time – Power Development – Core Strength

Development – Improved Agility and Change of Direction – Improved Hand-Eye Coordination – Improved

Explosiveness/Jumping Ability – Improved Balance & Coordination – Improved Acceleration / 40yd

Performance – Improved Flexibility – Improved Conditioning – Injury Prevention

Equipment needed: all purpose gym shoes, t-shirt/shorts, water or sports drink.

Director: Todd Brawner – 414-467-1181

Session 1:

Grades: Entering 3 – 8 Grade Boys and Girls

Dates: Mondays, June 18, 25, July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

Time: 9:00am – 10:00am

Location: Homestead High School Track

Fee: $75

Course #: 317017

Session 2:

Grades: Entering 3 – 8 Grade Boys and Girls

Dates: Fridays, June 22, 29, July 6, 13, 20, 27, Aug 3

Time: 9:00am – 10:00am

Location: Homestead High School Track

Fee: $75

Course #: 317018

Session 3:

Grades: Entering 3 – 8 Grade Boys and Girls

Dates: Monday – Friday, August 13 – 17

Time: 9:00am – 10:00am

Location: Homestead High School Track

Fee: $65

Course #: 317019

Session 4:

Grades: Entering 3 – 8 Grade Boys and Girls

Dates: Monday – Friday, August 20 - 24

Time: 9:00am – 10:00am

Location: Homestead High School Track

Fee: $65

Course #: 317022

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TRACK & FIELD CAMP

Boys and Girls Grades 2-9

The Track & Field Camp offers quality instruction for both running and field events on the Homestead Track

facility. Participants will be exposed to all events early in the week and they can choose which event group

they want to concentrate on. The camp will end with track & field event competition the final two days. The

camp is run under the direction of Dan Benson and John Krueger.

Prerequisites: Participants should bring a water bottle.

Location:

Homestead High School Track

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – 14

Fee: Resident $52/Non-Resident $62

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week

prior to start date.

Course #: 317132 Age: Boys & Girls entering grades 2-5

Time: 8:00am – 9:45am

Course #: 317133 Age: Boys & Girls entering grades 6-9

Time 10:00am – 11:45am

YOUTH TRACK AND FIELD LEAGUE

Summer track league with events include sprints, relays, jumps, throws, and distances up to one mile. The league is

co-ed and has several teams. All youth league track meets and practices are held at the Homestead High School Track.

All meets are on Thursdays evenings from 5:30pm – 7:30pm and parents choose which practice day works

best for them, either a Monday or Tuesday evening from 6:00pm – 7:15pm. The league is designed to be a fun and

healthy event and is meant for all abilities. All participants will receive a team shirt.

Ages:

6 – 13 years old

Location:

Homestead High School Track

Fee: Resident $75/Non-Resident $85

Min/Max: 20/100

Registration: Deadline is one week prior to start date or once max is reached.

Instructors:

Homestead High School Track Coaches. Any questions can be directed

to James DeMarco at runaboutsports@gmail.com

FIRST DATE OF THURS JUNE 14 IS A “PRACTICE” MEET – ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE TO BE AT THE

HOMESTEAD TRACK AT 5:30PM THAT DAY AND TEAMS ARE FORMED FOR THE SEASON.

Practice Day: Dates: Times Course #

Monday s June 18 – Aug 6 (Skip July 2) 6:00pm – 7:15pm 317142

Tuesdays June 19 – Aug 7 (Skip July 3) 6:00pm – 7:15pm 317143

MEETS WOULD BE THURS, JUNE 14, 21, 28, JULY 12, 19, 26, AUGUST 2, 9 (Skip July 5)

MEET SCHEDULE WILL BE HANDED OFF AT THE FIRST PRACTICE DAY


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CROSS COUNTRY RUNNING ACADEMY

The focus for the academy is training and is recommended for those interested in becoming a better runner. All abilities

are welcome; the only requirement is the desire to improve. Outside of training, athletes will be instructed on topics

including motivation, nutrition, biomechanics, weights and circuit training, goal setting, injury prevention and sports

psychology.

BRING WATER BOTTLE. WATER, GATORADE, AND SNACKS ARE PROVIDED. COST ALSO INCLUDES A BOOK

OF ACADEMY NOTES. ALL PARTICIPANTS ARE TO MEET AT THE HOMESTEAD HIGH SCHOOL TRACK.

Grades: Entering Grades 4th – 9th

Location: Meet at Homestead High School Track

Dates: Monday – Friday, August 6 – 10

Times: 10:00am – 2:00pm

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $100

Course #: 317144

Min/Max: 10/60

Registration: Deadline is one week prior to start date or once max is reached.

Instructors: Coach James DeMarco has coached 24 state championship teams and had 41 athletes

go on to compete in college. He has coached 3 high school teams to finish in the top 10

national rankings and was named the Virginia High School Coach of the Year 5 times! He

now coaches the girls cross country team at Homestead High School. Any questions can be

directed to Coach DeMarco at runaboutsports@gmail.com

ALL SPORTS SUMMER CAMP

Basketball Soccer Flag Football Track Kickball

T-Ball/Baseball Disc Golf Dodgeball

The All Sports Camp goal is to introduce and develop basic skills for a wide variety of sports. It is our goal to

maintain a high standard of teaching that will lead to complete player development. The All Sports approach is

to focus on the important areas of leadership, sportsmanship, teamwork and skill development through lecture,

practice station, drills and fun games. We will ensure that each camper has the opportunity to improve his or her

skill level while enjoying a positive learning environment.

Prerequisite: None

Age: Boys and Girls entering grades 3 through 6

Location: Steffen Middle School Gym and outdoor facilities

Dates: Mon – Thurs, July 16 – 19

Time: 9:00am – 11:30am

Course #: 317292

Fee: Resident $75/Non-Resident $85

Min/Max: 20/120

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructors: Dan Benson Homestead H.S. P.E. / Health Dept. Chair, Boy’s Track Coach

Certified: PE K-12, First Aid, CPR, AED, Lifeguard

John Krueger Homestead H.S. P.E. / Health Teacher, Head Girl’s Golf and Girl’s Track Coach

Certified: PE K-12, First Aid, CPR, AED, Lifeguard

*Additional qualified staff will help with instruction throughout the week

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Grades: Boys and Girls Entering Grades 3rd – 8th

Location: Homestead High School Fieldhouse

Dates: Monday - Friday, August 20 – 24

Fee: Resident $100/Non-Resident $120

Director: Joe Chapman

Coaches: Steve Novak, Travis Diener, and Sean Crider

NEW

Entering Grades 3rd & 4th 12:30pm – 1:30pm Course #: 317024

Entering Grades 5th & 6th 1:30pm – 2:30pm Course #: 317025

Entering Grades 7th & 8th 2:30pm – 3:30pm Course #: 317026


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MILWAUKEE

BUCKS CAMP

The Milwaukee Bucks Basketball Camps and Clinics offer the best instruction in a safe

and positive environment for boys and girls, ages 7-15. The focus of every clinic and camp

is to teach the game of basketball. All participants learn the fundamentals of the game

while learning sportsmanship and more. Combined with an excellent coaching staff the

Milwaukee Bucks Camps and Clinics are a great experience for every level of player from

beginner to advanced.

Ages Boys and Girls 7-15 years old

Location: Homestead High School Fieldhouse

Dates: Monday - Friday, August 27 – 31

Time: 9:00am – 1:00pm

Fee: Resident $150/Non-Resident $165

(Fee includes instruction, ball, t-shirt, wristband, water

bottle and drawstring bag)

Course #: 317027

Director: Lance Foreman

NEW

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Dodgeball Camp

Are your children looking for a high action physical activity? A great fitness opportunity, “Dodgeball

Camp” will include a variety of throwing and dodging games using safe gatorskin balls. Games will be introduced and

skills and strategies will be practiced. Teams will be created and we will let the games begin!

Location:

Steffen Middle School Gym

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 18 - 21

Fee: Resident $47/Non-Resident $57

Min/Max: 12/32

Registration: Deadline is one week prior to start date or once max is reached.

Teacher: Dan Benson, Certified Physical Education K-12

Dept Chair PE / Health – HHS

Grades: Times: Course #:

Coed Entering 4th – 6th Grades 9:00am – 10:30am 317134

Minor League T-Ball League

For boys and girls 4 & 5 years old by September 1, 2018. Participants develop throwing, catching,

and batting skills. Games and practices will take place at the Lake Shore/Range Line Elementary School fields on

Tuesdays and Thursdays for four weeks. The season begins with fundamental skill work. After the first 2 dates, 15

minutes of each day will be practice followed by a 45-minute game. The T-Ball league uses a soft-sided ball called

a Ragball. All participants are required to have a baseball glove.

Prerequisite: Boys and Girls 4 & 5 years of age by September 1, 2018

Location:

Lake Shore/Range Line School Fields

Dates: Tuesdays & Thursdays, June 12 – July 12 (Skip July 3 & 5)

Times:

9:15am – 10:15am

Course #: 312001

Fee: Resident $62/Non-Resident $72

Min/Max 40/100

Registration: The deadline for registration is May 25, 2018.

Major League Baseball (Beyond T-Ball)

For boys and girls 5-7 years old by September 1, 2018. This is for children who want an experience

that advances beyond T-Ball. Participants will develop throwing, catching, and batting skills. Games and practices

will take place at the Lake Shore/Range Line Elementary School fields on Tuesdays and Thursdays for four weeks.

The coaching staff will consist of high school students and games will be coach pitched. Batting tees will be used

when needed. All participants are required to have a baseball glove.

Prerequisite: Boys and Girls 5 to 7 years of age by September 1, 2018

Location:

Lake Shore/Range Line School Fields

Dates: Tuesdays & Thursdays, June 12 – July 12 (Skip July 3 & 5)

Times:

10:30am – 11:30am

Course #: 312002

Fee: Resident $62/Non-Resident $72

Min/Max 40/100

Registration: The deadline for registration is May 25, 2018.


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Volleyball Skills Camp for Girls Grades 6 & 7

For girls entering 6th and 7th grades of all skill levels. Instruction will be provided on the proper techniques for serving,

passing, setting, and hitting. Campers will be organized into teams for competitions that will teach game strategies and

promote teamwork. Campers should wear court shoes, workout clothes, and bring a water bottle. Each participant will

receive a camp T-shirt.

Ages: Girls entering 6th and 7th grade

Location: Homestead High School Field House

Dates: June 25 – 29

Time: 9:00am – 11:00am

Fee: Resident $85/Non-Resident $95

Course #: 317138

Min/Max: 12/48

Registration:

Instructors:

Volleyball Skills Camp for Girls Grades 8 & 9

For girls entering 8th and 9th grades with a strong interest in playing volleyball. Instruction will be provided on the proper

techniques for serving, passing, setting, hitting and blocking. Skills drills will develop individual skills. Game strategies

and teamwork will be developed during games and other competitions. Campers should wear court shoes, workout

clothes, and bring a water bottle. Each participant will receive a camp T-shirt.

Ages: Girls entering 8th and 9th grade

Location: Homestead High School Field House

Dates: June 25 – 29

Time: 11:15am – 1:15pm

Fee: Resident $85/Non-Resident $95

Course #: 317139

Min/Max: 12/48

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructors: Karen Anderson – Head Girls Varsity Coach and HHS Girls Volleyball Coach

Volleyball Team Camp for Girls Grades 10 -12

For girls entering 10th – 12th grade with a strong skill level and interest in the game. Campers will work with HHS

coaches and continue skill work in all areas of the game and learn offensive and defensive systems. Campers should

wear court shoes, workout clothes, and bring a water bottle. Each Participant will receive a camp T-shirt.

Ages: Girls entering 10th – 12th grade

Location: Homestead High School Field House

Dates: June 25 – 29

Time: 1:30pm – 3:30pm

Fee: Resident $85/Non-Resident $95

Course #: 317135

Min/Max: 12/48

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructors: Karen Anderson – Head Girls Varsity Coach and HHS Girls Volleyball Coach

Deadline for registration is one

week prior to start date.

Karen Anderson – Head Girls Varsity

Coach and HHS Girls Volleyball Coach

REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department

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Volleyball Skills Camp for Boys Grades 6-8

Players will be taught the fundamentals of volleyball, while enjoying many games and drills that focus on every

aspect of the larger picture that is volleyball in this week long camp. Each participant will receive a camp T-shirt.

Ages: Boys entering 6th – 8th grade

Location: Homestead High School Main Gym

Dates: Mon – Fri, August 6 – 10

Time: 3:00pm – 5:00pm

Fee: Resident $85/Non-Resident $95

Course #: 317140

Min/Max: 12/24

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructor: HHS Boys Volleyball Coaches

Volleyball Skills Camp for Boys Grades 9-12

Players will be taught the fundamentals of volleyball, while enjoying many games and drills that focus on every

aspect of the larger picture that is volleyball in this week long camp. Each participant will receive a camp T-shirt.

Ages: Boys entering 9th – 12th grade

Location: Homestead High School Main Gym

Dates: Mon – Fri, August 6 – 10

Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm

Fee: Resident $85/Non-Resident $95

Course #: 317141

Min/Max: 12/24

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructor: HHS Boys Volleyball Coaches

HOMESTEAD SOCCER CAMP

The emphasis of this soccer camp will be on technical training. Players will be challenged to improve ball possession,

ball control, 1v1 moves, finishing, and passing. The art of properly striking the ball with both feet will be stressed. These

skills will be developed through fundamental training, small-sided games, and game related activities. All soccer

enthusiasts are encouraged to attend regardless of ability. The high school philosophy of improving as individuals and

as players will be promoted. The priority is to have a positive camp experience, learn about the world’s game, develop

soccer skills and proper technique, and strive for excellence in all that we do. Participants will receive a T-shirt.

Gender: Boys and Girls

Location: Homestead H.S. Soccer Field (Rain Location – HHS AUX Gym)

Date: Mon – Thurs, June 18 – 21

Fee: Resident $54/Non-Resident $64

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Equipment: Shinguards & Water bottle

Instructors: Rich Dorn, Homestead H.S. Boys and Girls Varsity Soccer Coach, guest instructors, and current as

well as former Homestead players will provide instruction.

Grade: Time: Course #:

Entering Grades 2 – 5 12:00pm – 1:30pm 317151

Entering Grades 6 – 9 2:00pm – 4:00pm 317152


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HOMESTEAD YOUTH SOCCER

LEAGUE AND SKILL SESSIONS

Saturday morning soccer will begin with a warm-up and skill session focusing on dribbling, passing, and

shooting followed by a game. Homestead coaches and players will direct this program. Come kick the

ball around on Saturday mornings on the practice football field - west of the tennis courts at HHS. Each

player will receive a T-shirt. WE CAN NOT TAKE MORE THAN THE MAXIMUM LISTED.

Incoming K-1st Grade: There will be a 20-minute practice followed by a 30-minute game each

Saturday. Play will be COED 3 on 3.

Incoming 2nd & 3rd Grade: There will be a 20-minute practice followed by a 30-minute game

each Saturday. Play will be COED 3 on 3.

Incoming 4th & 5th Grade: There will be a 20-minute practice followed by a 30-minute game

each Saturday. Play will be COED 5 on 5.

Ages: BOYS AND GIRLS Incoming K – 5th Grade

Location: Practice Soccer Field at HHS (Rain Location - HHS Field House for ONLY July 7,

Aug 11 & 18)

Dates: Saturdays, July 7, 14, 21, 28, August 4, 11 (MAKE UP AUG 18)

Incoming K-1st Grade 8:30am – 9:30am MAX: 36 KIDS Course #: 316005

Incoming 2nd–3rd Grade 9:45am – 10:45am MAX: 36 KIDS Course #: 316006

Incoming 4th–5th Grade 11:00am – 12:00pm MAX: 42 KIDS Course #: 316007

Fee: Resident $50/Non-Resident $60

Registration:

The deadline for registration is JUNE 8, 2018 or when the program is FULL

whichever comes first. The deadline will be strictly adhered to allow time for

making teams, ordering team shirts, securing equipment, and creating game

schedules. WE CAN NOT TAKE MORE THAN THE MAXIMUM LISTED.

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KARATE

Let your child experience the challenges of the Young American Martial Arts Club. This dynamic program has been

developed in cooperation with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Children’s Center, a leader in early childhood

development and education. This innovative martial arts program will encourage your child to develop a positive attitude,

perseverance, self confidence, and self discipline. All this and more in the fun filled challenges of the Young American

Martial Arts Club conveniently located at Range Line School.

Location:

Range Line School Gym

Spring Dates: Tuesdays, Apr 3, 10, 17, 24, May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, June 5, 12, 19

Time: Ages 4-6 years old – 4:30pm – 5:00pm Course #: 212012

Ages 7-10 years old – 5:00pm – 5:45pm Course #: 212013

Summer Dates: Tues & Thurs July 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, 31, Aug 2, 7, 9, 14, 16

Time: Ages 4-6 years old – 4:30pm – 5:00pm Course #: 312021

Ages 7-10 years old – 5:00pm – 5:45pm Course #: 312022

Fee:

Registration:

Instructor:

Resident $179/Non-Resident $190 (25% off additional family members)

Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Phil Sauer

Martial Arts Club

The Mequon/Thiensville Rec Dept Martial Arts Club is an exciting program combining karate, Judo/Jujitsu and Aikido.

Phil Sauer has been practicing and instructing martial arts for over 40 years and he brings this experience to our exciting

martial arts program. The focus of our program is to achieve and maintain fitness through practical self-defense based

training, while keeping the workouts fun and challenging. Please join up...try it yourself or with your whole family!

Location:

Range Line School Cafeteria

Spring Dates: Tuesdays, Apr 3, 10, 17, 24, May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, June 5, 12, 19

Time: Ages 11 and older – 6:00pm – 7:00pm Course #: 212014

Fee:

Resident $179/Non-Resident $190 (25% off additional family members)

Spring Dates: Saturdays, Apr 7, 14, 21, 28, May 5, 12, 19, 26, June 2, 9, 16, 23

Time: Ages 11 and older – 10:00am – 11:00am Course #: 212015

Fee:

Resident $179/Non-Resident $190 (25% off additional family members)

Spring Dates: 2 DAYS A WEEK – All Tuesday & Saturday dates listed above

Time: Ages 11 and older Course #: 212016

Fee:

Resident $225/Non-Resident $236 (25% off additional family members)

Summer Dates: Tues & Thurs July 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, 31, Aug 2, 7, 9, 14, 16

Time: Ages 11 and older – 6:00pm – 7:00pm Course #: 312023

Fee:

Resident $179/Non-Resident $190 (25% off additional family members)

Registration:

Instructor:

Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Phil Sauer


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FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE (Kindergarten-5th Grade)

The M-T Recreation department will again be sponsoring a flag football league this fall for grades kindergarten through

fifth grade. This is a very popular program!! There is no limit to the number of participants who register by the THUR

JULY 26 @ NOON deadline. Three divisions will be created: Kindergarten & 1st graders, 2nd & 3rd graders, and

4th & 5th graders. When registering your child, please list height and weight. (MOUTHGUARDS STRONGLY

RECOMMENDED)

K-1st Grade:

There will be a 30-minute practice followed by a 45-minute game each Saturday. All practices

and games will take place at Steffen Middle School.

2nd & 3rd grade: There will be a 30-minute practice followed by a 60-minute game each Saturday. All practices

and games will take place at Steffen Middle School.

4th & 5th grade: Same structure as 2nd and 3rd grade.

Teams will be coached by parent volunteers. For those interested in coaching, please state your interest on the

registration form. There will be a coaches meeting on Wednesday, August 15th, 2018, at 6:00pm for K-1st grade

and 7:00pm for 2nd – 5th grade in Range Line Conference Room. All coaches MUST attend the coaches meeting.

Coaching assignments will be sent out one week prior to the meeting.

Officials Needed: High school age students are hired to officiate games. If you have an interest in officiating flag

football, please contact the M-T Recreation Office at 262-238-7536.

Ages: Kindergarten-5th grade (MOUTHGUARDS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED)

Location: Steffen Middle School

Dates: Saturdays, September 8, 15, 22, 29, October 6, & 13 (MAKEUP DATE OCT 20)

K-1st Grade 8:30am – 9:45am Course #: 316001

2nd–3rd Grade 10:00am – 11:30am Course #: 316002

4th–5th Grade 8:30am – 10:00am Course #: 316003

Fee: Resident $50/Non-Resident $60

Registration: NO REQUESTS GRANTED TO PLAY WITH FRIENDS, CAR POOL REASONS, OR SCHOOLS –

TEAMS ARE BASED ON PLAYER EVALUATIONS HANDED IN FROM COACHES FROM LAST YEAR, HEIGHT,

WEIGHT, and GRADE. The deadline for registration is THURS JULY 26, 2018 @ NOON. The deadline will be

strictly adhered to allow time for making team assignments, ordering team shirts, securing equipment, and

creating game schedules. Registration for flag football needs to be completed on the Flag Football Registration

Form (different than the regular M-T Recreation Registration Form) or online. Height and weight will be asked.


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GYMNASTICS

As children progress, they learn and develop skills to improve physical fitness in the areas of coordination, balance,

agility, flexibility and strength. A charting program enables children to see their improvements and feel a sense of

accomplishment. On the last day of the session, parents are invited to participate with their children in class. Gymnasts

will receive a report card indicating which level they should register for next term.

Please make sure that your child is enrolled in the appropriate program for their age/grade/level. Preschoolers are NOT

allowed in the levels programs without instructor approval. Children must be in at least grade 1 to enroll in Level A or B.

QUESTIONS CAN BE ANSWERED BY CALLING WHITEFISH BAY REC DEPT at 414-963-3947.

Age:

Location:

Registration:

Instructors:

Ages 3 years and up

Whitefish Bay High School Memorial Gym

Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Mary Liniewski and staff

Preschool 3: 3 years of age

Time:

12:00pm – 1:00pm

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – June 21 Course #: 329048 Section 01

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 25 – July 5 (No July 4) Course #: 329048 Section 02

Dates: Mon – Thurs July 9 – July 19 Course #: 329048 Section 03

Fee: Resident $60/Non-Resident $70

Preschool 4: 4 years of age

Time:

12:00pm – 1:00pm

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – June 21 Course #: 329049 Section 01

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 25 – July 5 (No July 4) Course #: 329049 Section 02

Dates: Mon – Thurs July 9 – July 19 Course #: 329049 Section 03

Fee: Resident $60/Non-Resident $70

Preschool 4: 4 years of age

Time:

1:00pm – 2:00pm

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – June 21 Course #: 329050 Section 01

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 25 – July 5 (No July 4) Course #: 329050 Section 02

Dates: Mon – Thurs July 9 – July 19 Course #: 329050 Section 03

Fee: Resident $60/Non-Resident $70

Preschool 5/6: 5-6 years of age

Time:

12:00pm – 1:00pm

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – June 21 Course #: 329051 Section 01

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 25 – July 5 (No July 4) Course #: 329051 Section 02

Dates: Mon – Thurs July 9 – July 19 Course #: 329051 Section 03

Fee: Resident $60/Non-Resident $70

LEVEL A:

Incoming Gr 1-8, Beginner Gymnasts

Time:

1:00pm – 2:00pm

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – June 21 Course #: 329052 Section 01

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 25 – July 5 (No July 4) Course #: 329052 Section 02

Dates: Mon – Thurs July 9 – July 19 Course #: 329052 Section 03

Fee: Resident $60/Non-Resident $70

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GYMNASTICS (continued from previous page)

LEVEL B:

Incoming Gr 1-8, Gymnasts who have passed LEVEL A

Time:

2:00pm – 3:00pm

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – June 21 Course #: 329053 Section 01

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 25 – July 5 (No July 4) Course #: 329053 Section 02

Dates: Mon – Thurs July 9 – July 19 Course #: 329053 Section 03

Fee: Resident $60/Non-Resident $70

USAG 1: Incoming Gr 1-8, Beginning level for those competing in USAG Level 1

Time:

2:00pm – 3:00pm

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – June 21 Course #: 329054 Section 01

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 25 – July 5 (No July 4) Course #: 329054 Section 02

Dates: Mon – Thurs July 9 – July 19 Course #: 329054 Section 03

Fee: Resident $60/Non-Resident $70

USAG 2: Incoming Gr 1-8, Beginning level for those competing in USAG Level 2

Time:

3:00pm – 4:30pm

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – June 21 Course #: 329055 Section 01

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 25 – July 5 (No July 4) Course #: 329055 Section 02

Dates: Mon – Thurs July 9 – July 19 Course #: 329055 Section 03

Fee: Resident $75/Non-Resident $85

USAG P3: Incoming Gr 1-8, Intermediate level for those working toward USAG Level 3

Time:

3:00pm – 4:30pm

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – June 21 Course #: 329056 Section 01

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 25 – July 5 (No July 4) Course #: 329056 Section 02

Dates: Mon – Thurs July 9 – July 19 Course #: 329056 Section 03

Fee: Resident $75/Non-Resident $85

USAG 3: Incoming Gr 1-8, Intermediate level for those competing in USAG Level 3

Time:

10:00am – 11:30am

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – June 21 Course #: 329057 Section 01

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 25 – July 5 (No July 4) Course #: 329057 Section 02

Dates: Mon – Thurs July 9 – July 19 Course #: 329057 Section 03

Fee: Resident $75/Non-Resident $85

USAG 4: Incoming Gr 1-8, Intermediate level for those competing in USAG Level 4

Time:

9:00am – 11:30am

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – June 21 Course #: 329058 Section 01

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 25 – July 5 (No July 4) Course #: 329058 Section 02

Dates: Mon – Thurs July 9 – July 19 Course #: 329058 Section 03

Fee: Resident $95/Non-Resident $105

High School: Incoming Gr 9-12

Time:

9:00am – 11:30am

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 11 – June 21 Course #: 329059 Section 01

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 25 – July 5 (No July 4) Course #: 329059 Section 02

Dates: Mon – Thurs July 9 – July 19 Course #: 329059 Section 03

Fee: Resident $95/Non-Resident $105

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Summer Playground Adventure Camp!

(Ages 4-8)

Come join Mrs. Helms (“Miss Vicki”) and the Summer playground staff on a new adventure. Kids will participate in

arts and crafts, games of low organization, singing, storytelling, snack time, and outdoor activities including playing

on the playground behind Range Line School. Weekly themes are used to keep continued interest and make the

camp FUN!! Have your kids try it out, THEY WILL HAVE A BLAST!!

Prerequisite: Boys & Girls ages 4-8

Location: Lake Shore Middle School Cafeteria

Fee: Per Session: Resident $48/Non-Resident $58

Time: 9:30am - 11:45am

Session 1: Course #: 315001 Dates: Monday through Friday, June 18 – 22

Session 2: Course #: 315002 Dates: Monday through Friday, June 25 – 29

Session 3: Course #: 315003 Dates: Monday through Friday, July 9 – 13

Session 4: Course #: 315007 Dates: Monday through Friday, July 16 – 20

Session 5: Course #: 315008 Dates: Monday through Friday, July 23 – 27

Session 6: Course #: 315009 Dates: Monday through Friday, July 30 – Aug 3

Registration: Deadline for registration is the Friday prior to each session.

Babysitter’s Safety Training

The primary purpose of the course is to provide youth who are planning to babysit with the knowledge and skills

necessary to safely and responsibly give care for children and infants. This training will help participants to develop

leadership skills; learn how to develop a babysitting business, keep themselves and others safe and help children

behave; and learn about basic child care and basic first aid. This training is designed for youth ages 11 to 15.

Prerequisite: Minimum age of 11 years old

Fee: Resident $85/Non-Resident $95

Time: 8:30am – 3:00pm (BRING A BAG LUNCH TO CLASS – NO PEANUT PRODUCTS)

Date: Saturday May 19 Course #: 317163 Range Line School Conf Room

Date: Tuesday, June 12 Course #: 317164 Range Line School Room 108

Date: Thursday, June 21 Course #: 317165 Range Line School Room 108

Date: Tuesday, June 26 Course #: 317166 Range Line School Room 108

Date: Tuesday, August 14 Course #: 317167 Range Line School Room 108

Date: Thursday, August 16 Course #: 317168 Range Line School Room 108

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Min/Max: 6/10

Instructor: Heather Krueger – American Red Cross Instructor


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UP YOUR DIGITAL GAME

We live in a visual and technical world. Give yourself a digital edge by learning how to combine photography,

graphic design and multimedia to enhance your school assignments or just expand your digital skill set. If

you cannot bring your own smartphone or tablet, equipment will be provided for you.

Ages: 9 – 99 years

Location: Homestead High School, Room 405

Dates: Mon – Thurs, Aug 13 – 16

Time: 10:00am - Noon

Fee: Resident $100/Non-Resident $125

Min/Max: 6/24

Course #: 327010

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructor: Rachel Rauch – Certified Journalism Educator, English and Publications Teacher

at Homestead High School

INTRODUCTION TO MAGIC

Professional magician Glen Gerard teaches stunning magic tricks that you can perform with items found

around the house. Students will learn sleight of hand and misdirection, and showmanship. Fool your

friends and family with magic and be a hit at any event.

Grades: Entering 3rd – 8th

Date: Thursday, June 28

Time: 10:00am – 11:30am

Location: Shorewood High School North Gym

1701 E Capitol Dr

Shorewood, WI 53211

Fee: Resident $20/Non-Resident $30

Instructor: Glen Gerard

Course #: 315005

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Min/Max: 1/6

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Nature Nymphs Day Camp 2018

Your children will experience all the fun and adventure of the traditional day camp of your childhood! 5 hours

each day will give us lots of time for hiking, trail blazing, nature study, fort building, camp craft, art projects, nature

music on funky instruments, nutritious snacks, journaling, silly camp songs and traditional camp fun and games.

Gumshoes – your assignment-should you choose to accept it-is also to track and subdue the Nefarious Alien Invaders

of the Forest! Bring non-perishable lunch in recyclable containers and dress to get down and dirty. Avoid

disappointment-sign up early!!

Ages: 5 ½ to 8 ½ years old

Location: Range Line School – Room 100 and the Amazing Back Forty

Fee: Resident $150/Non-Resident $170

Min/Max: 4/8

Registration: Deadline for registration is 3 days before the start date.

Instructor: Wendy Seaman is a certified in both Early Childhood Education and the Wisconsin Model

Early Learning Standards (WMELS). For seven years, she directed a nature acclimatization

day camp project for school age children and loves to share music, photography and natural

history with her campers.

Dates: Mon – Thurs, June 18 – 21

Times: 10:00am – 3:30pm

Course #: 312034

Dates: Mon – Thurs, July 23 – 26

Times: 10:00am – 3:30pm

Course #: 312035

Family Full Moon Meander

Enjoy the beautiful Back Forty at its moonlit best!! We will use ALL of our heightened senses to explore

the lore of the moon cycles, search for and maybe become friendly, nocturnal critters and just experience

together the calming cadence of a Summer evening.

Location: Range Line School – Amazing Back Forty (Park and Meet at Back Forty Sign)

Date: Thursday June 14

Time: 8:00pm – 9:15pm

Fee:

Resident $10 per family, 1 adult must accompany every 2 minor children

Course #: 312036

Registration: Deadline for registration is 3 days before the start date.

Instructor:

Wendy Seaman is a certified in both Early Childhood Education and the Wisconsin Model

Early Learning Standards (WMELS). For seven years, she directed a nature acclimatization

day camp project for school age children and loves to share music, photography and

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Code – Explorer: Coding 101

Do you have a future game programmer at home? Use blocks of code to explore the gaming world. Let their

imagination run wild in this multimedia adventure. They will create their own interactive stories, animated

adventures, creative comics, and games. They will learn drag-and-drop programming with Scratch; They

will take home a copy of their own game at the end of this Scratch programming class. It could be the start

of something BIG! We will also use programmable robots to better understand different coding techniques.

Students should bring a flash drive and headphones to class.

Ages: 7 – 12 years old

Location: Range Line School Conference Room

Dates: Monday – Thursday, July 9 – 12

Time: 10:15am – 11:30am

Fee: Resident $65/Non-Resident $75

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN THINKING: STEAM

This class will fuel the next generation of innovators. Using LEGOs and some of the newest technology programs,

students will explore a different concept in each class. The goal is to use technology and beam-and-peg construction to

understand how Geometry and Art along with Science and Engineering design (STEAM) work in unison to harmonize the

world around us. They will CREATE a skyscraper, school, stadium, bridges, houses, and more. We will use Video game

design techniques as well as modeling to understand 3D structures and how Color, Line and Shape help to visualize the

Golden ratio, Symmetry and Fractals. Students have a big building task ahead of them. These classes are hands on and

fun for all ages.

Ages: 7 – 12 years old

Location: Range Line School Conference Room

Dates: Monday – Thursday, July 9 – 12

Time: 12:00pm – 1:15pm

Fee: Resident $60/Non-Resident $70

NEW

Course #: 312011

Min/Max: 8/12

Registration: Deadline for registration is one

week prior to start date.

Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

Course #: 312012

Min/Max: 8/16

Registration: Deadline for registration is one

week prior to start date.

Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

Lego Robotics – Machine Learning

Students will work together in small groups to design, construct and program your own intelligent robot (via PC) to

meet a variety of challenges and objectives. LEGO Mindstorms kits will allow you to explore: programing the RCS,

applying light sensors, touch sensors and working with wheeled and tracked robots. Objectives are selected to

challenge the students at a rate that is appropriate for their skill levels. This class is for the student who likes to be

challenged in a fun and friendly environment. The philosophy behind LEGO MINDSTORM is to allow you not only

to understand technology but also to become a creative master of it.

NEW

Ages: 7 – 12 years old

Location: Range Line School Conference Room

Dates: Monday – Thursday, July 9 – 12

Time: 1:30pm – 2:45pm

Fee: Resident $65/Non-Resident $75

NEW

Course #: 312013

Min/Max: 8/14

Registration: Deadline for registration is one

week prior to start date.

Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

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Code – Explorer: Coding 101

Do you have a future game programmer at home? Use blocks of code to explore the gaming

world. Let their imagination run wild in this multimedia adventure. They will create their own interactive stories,

animated adventures, creative comics, and games. They will learn drag-and-drop programming with Scratch;

They will take home a copy of their own game at the end of this Scratch programming class. It could be

the start of something BIG! We will also use programmable robots to better understand different coding

techniques. Students should bring a flash drive and headphones to class.

Ages: 7 – 12 years old

Location: Range Line School Conference Room

Dates: Monday – Thursday, July 9 – 12

Time: 3:00pm – 4:15pm

Fee: Resident $65/Non-Resident $75

Course #: 312014

Min/Max: 8/12

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

NEW

STREAM SAMPLER WEEK

STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art and Math) Sample Week is

specifically designed to allow students to work with the newest & most updated technology tools. In

this updated class students will explore a different concept each class: Traditional & Motorized LEGO

Engineering projects, Coding concepts, Movie Making, Motorized Gears, Gears, Gears projects, build

VEX Motorized Ambush Striker & Remote Control Robots, LOGO Programing and much more!

Ages: 7 – 12 years old

Location: Range Line School – Room 108

Dates: Monday – Thursday, July 23 – 26

Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Fee: Resident $50/Non-Resident $60

Course #: 312025

Min/Max: 8/16

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

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STREAM SAMPLER WEEK ADVANCED

Similar to STREAM Sampler Week except vamped up! Projects will be geared to challenge and engage students

and will not repeat STREAM Sampler projects. STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art and

Math) Sample Week is specifically designed to allow students to work with the newest & most updated technology

tools. In this updated class students will explore a different concept each class: Traditional & Motorized LEGO

Engineering projects, Coding concepts, Movie Making, Motorized Gears, Gears, Gears projects, build VEX

Motorized Ambush Striker & Remote Control Robots, LOGO Programing and much more!

Ages: 7 – 12 years old

Location: Range Line School – Room 108

Dates: Monday – Thursday, July 23 – 26

Time: 2:15pm – 3:15pm

Fee: Resident $50/Non-Resident $60

Course #: 312026

Min/Max: 8/16

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

NEW

CSI – Crime Scene Investigation

Get ready to become part of the biggest crime scene of the century! Did you commit

the crime or the friend sitting next to you? It’s up to you to solve the crime using CSI techniques used by

the experts. Think Lie Detectors, Motion Detectors, Surveillance Cameras, Digital Microscopes to examine

fingerprints, hair and powder samples left at the crime scene and so much more. The last class will end with

a class participating crime scene activity. Which one of your classmates is the suspect in the case? Possibly,

maybe…even you! Past students have taken this class several times as it is always changing to include the

student’s personalities and interests!

Ages: 7 – 12 years old

Location: Range Line School – Room 108

Dates: Monday – Thursday, July 23 – 26

Time: 3:30pm – 4:30pm

Fee: Resident $50/Non-Resident $60

Course #: 312028

Min/Max: 8/18

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

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5010 W. Ashland Way

Franklin, WI 53132

414-858-9990

www.milwaukee.madscience.org

3-2-1 BLAST OFF!!

This is your chance to be a rocket scientist! Become an aerospace engineer as work in teams to build a real rocket!

We’ll learn about the amazing forces that effect flight; then, put these forces to the test as we watch our rockets blast

off high into the air. Kids will build their very own propeller powered Shuttle Copter to continue the high-flying fun at

home!! Children should bring their own snack to camp (No peanut products, please).

Ages: 5-12 years old

Location: Range Line School – Room 110

Fee: Resident $55/Non-Resident $65

Date: Friday, July 13

Time: 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Course #: 312004

Min/Max: 12/24

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

NEW

Crayola World of Design

Crayola® World of Design is a summer camp that takes kids on a journey to the edges of their imagination – and

beyond! They learn about Mars, the rainforest, and cities of the future, and get engaged in the creative design

process to solve real-world problems. Each camp day focuses on a specific field of design, and our young architects,

illustrators and graphic designers develop their ideas from concept, to sketch, to finished product. They bring their

concepts to life by experimenting with Crayola® products, and exploring art techniques like sculpting, storyboarding,

mixed media, and collage. Combining art, design, fun active games and inspiring themes from around the world, this

camp is designed to inspire! Children should bring their own beverage and snack to camp each day.

(No peanut products, please).

Grades: Entering Grades K5 – 5th

Location: Range Line School – Room 110

Fee: Resident $220/Non-Resident $240

Dates: Monday – Friday, July 30 – Aug 3

Time: 12:30pm – 4:30pm

Course #: 312005

Min/Max: 10/24

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

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The Science of Slime

That’s right; this 1 day camp is all about creating gooey globs of fun, better known as slime. With the help of Mad Scientist

instructors, Jr. Scientists will get to whip up several different slime recipes and spend the day learning about polymers.

Glitter Slime, glow in the dark slime, orb slime, the possibilities are endless as kids experiment at our Slime Bar. Jr.

Scientist will also test their slime creations in a series of fun games and activities known as the Slime Olympics! Each

child will make 3 types of polymers including 2 different varieties of slimes and a superball to take home. (No chunky or

sticky slime allowed in our lab! Our slime is made with PVA. Slime made with PVA is often referred to as commercial or

“professional Mad Scientists” slime. One touch and you will feel the difference!) Children should bring their own

lunch, beverage and snack to camp each day. (No peanut products, please).

Ages: 5-12 years old

Location: Range Line School – Room 110

Fee: Resident $85/Non-Resident $100

Dates: Friday, August 10

Time: 8:30am – 4:30pm

Course #: 312006

Min/Max: 12/24

Registration: Deadline for registration is one

week prior to start date.

Bubbles . . . Smoke . . . explosions!!

Mad Science invites you to have fun with chemistry in this exciting summer camp. Build a real fire extinguisher

and watch a film canister explode! Learn about our solar system and make a comet using everyday items. Have a

‘shocking’ good time with a Van de Graaff generator and experience lighting first-hand! Children should bring their

own snack to camp (No peanut products, please).

NEW

Ages: 5-12 years old

Location: Range Line School – Room 110

Fee: Resident $55/Non-Resident $65

Date: Friday, August 17

Time: 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Course #: 312007

Min/Max: 12/24

Registration: Deadline for registration is one

week prior to start date.

Secret Agent Lab

The following camp description is TOP SECRET: Ever dream of becoming a secret agent? We’ll start with

the basics: From decoding messages to metal detectors and night vision, campers have the opportunity to check out

spy tech equipment and take home lots of gadgets like spy glasses! Step into the shoes of a detective as you uncover

the science involved in evidence gathering and analysis! Figure out the science of forensics in a hands-on look at crime

scenes! Become a super spy and learn clever ways of performing tasks as we take a hands-on investigation of the

science that spies use! Children should bring their own beverage and snack to camp each day. (No

peanut products, please).

Ages: 5-12 years old

Location: Range Line School – Room 110

Fee: Resident $220/Non-Resident $240

Dates: Monday – Friday, August 27 – 31

Time: 9:00am – 12:30pm

Course #: 312008

Min/Max: 10/24

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date

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Summer Academy

Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department

As you begin to plan activities for your children this summer be sure to keep in mind the academic and enrichment

courses that will be offered right here in Mequon through the Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department, taught by our

own MTSD elementary and middle school teachers! Summer Academy is a great way to keep students learning during

break, as well as reengage prior to the start of the school year.

There will be two sessions of Summer Academy (Session 1: June 18 - June 28; Session 2: August 6 - August 16) Summer

Academy runs Monday through Thursday and is designed for students entering 4K-8th grade. Flexible scheduling options

allow for registration in one class or up to all five classes per two-week session for a full day of fun enrichment activities

(8:00am - 5:00pm). All classes will be held at Wilson Elementary. Drop off time is no earlier than 5 minutes before the

start of the course.

lnformation and Registration will be available online at

https://webtrac.mtsd.k12.wi.us and in-person at the MequonThiensville

Recreation Department until April 15th.

Resident $100/Non-Resident $115 for class

Resident $30/Non-Resident $45 for lunch

Resident $70/Non-Resident $85 for AM playground (hour daily)

Resident $35/Non-Resident $50 for PM playground (1/2 hour daily)

(Financial Aid is available for students that qualify for Free and Reduced Lunch,

please register in person at the Mequon-Thiensville Recreation Department.)

Session 1: June 18 – June 28

Session 2: August 6 – August 16

If you have any questions regarding Summer Academy please contact

Lindsey Moore at 262-238-4651 or Lmoore@mtsd.k12.wi.us

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Entering Gr K-1 Art for Beginners

In this course you will get an introduction to the wonderful world of art! Students will learn to create unique artworks

and crafts through the exploration of a wide variety of art materials and subject matter. Students will learn how to think

creatively and expand their imaginations while using a variety of artists and cultures to inspire their work.

Entering Gr 2-3 Adventures in Art - Level 1

ln this course students will expand upon their current art knowledge by learning how to strengthen their artistic techniques,

explore their imaginations and study the world around them. Students will get a chance to participate in experimental art

processes while also learning how to use common art materials better. Students will get to create both fine art and crafts

in this course, while using a variety of artists and cultures as inspiration.

Entering Gr 4-5 Adventures in Art - Level 2

ln this course students will continue to expand upon their current art knowledge by learning how to strengthen their artistic

techniques, explore their imaginations and study the world around them. Students will get a chance to participate in

experimental art processes while also learning how to use common art materials better. Students will get to create both

fine art and crafts in this course, while using a variety of artists and cultures as inspiration.

Entering Gr 6-8 Painting and Drawing Bootcamp

ln this course you will learn how to reflne and enhance your painting and drawing skills. Students will learn how to draw

inspiration from the world around them, use observation to inform their decisions and utilize a wide variety of painting and

drawing techniques. Students will learn how to draw and paint more realistically while also learning how to put a creative

twist on their artwork.

Entering Gr K-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-8 Purposeful Play

We will play games that involve running, throwing, catching, kicking and much more! Many skills will be practiced through

fun activities and games that are age appropriate and also help develop good sportsmanship and team building skills.

Entering Gr K-1 or 2-3 Reading Workshop

This course is for students who are looking for an extended learning opportunity to strengthen skills and gain extra

practice. Students will strengthen their reading skills by engaging in a variety of literacy activities including phonological

awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.

Entering Gr 4-5 or 6-8 Reading Workshop

This course is for students who are looking for an extended learning opportunity to strengthen their skills and gain extra

practice. Students will strengthen their reading skills by engaging in a variety of literacy activities including fluency,

vocabulary, and comprehension.

Entering Gr 2-3, 4-5, 7-8 Story Problem Solvers

For those students who want or need to strengthen their skills in solving story problems and explaining their thinking/

reasonableness in math. This time will be spent working on solving different story structures problems through a variety

of activities while helping students to visually and conceptually understand the operations being used.

Entering Gr K-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6, 7-8 Math Workshop

This class will offer students the ability to strengthen skills and gain extra practice in mathematics utilizing workshop

approach. Focus will include building skills in number and operations, algebraic thinking, geometry and data and

measurement.

Entering Gr 2-3, 4-5, 7-8 Extra! Extra! Read all About it!

Do you enjoy writing, or want to become a better writer? Come join us as we write all different sorts of articles for the

MTRD Summer Tribune! We are looking for talented writers who want to sharpen their craft and writers who are looking

to build their skills for next school year! At the end of our time together, each student will have a piece published in the

MTRD Summer Tribune and will get to take a copy home to share with friends and family.

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Entering Gr K-1 & 2-3 Math Enrichment

This class is for students that have mastered the mathematics curriculum at their

grade level and who are looking to enrigh their math skills during the summer.

Enrolled students should be strong math students with good problem solving

and reading skills. Instruction will be designed to extend and deepen students

knowledge and understanding of mathematics.

Entering Gr K-1, 2-3, 4-5 Power of Friendships

In this course students will learn how to navigate the world of friendship. Through

role-play, book study, and other activities students will learn how to better express

themselves and discover a common language for confidently managing conflict.

We will create a culture rooted in respect and kindness as we learn the importance

of having a voice, embracing your uniqueness, and surrounding yourself with

others who treat you with respect. This course is for both boys and girls.

Entering Gr K-1 Reading Enrichment

This course is for students who are looking for an extended learning opportunity to strengthen skills and gain extra

practice. Students will strengthen their reading skills by engaging in a variety of literacy activities including phonological

awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.

Entering Gr K-8 Playground

Participants will engage in play based activities that support growth in social skills, citizenship and collaborative problem

solving utilizing activities such as kickball, basketball, 4-square, hop-scotch, etc..

Entering Gr K-1, 2-3 Puzzles and Games

This class will challenge students thinking and encourage them to think outside the box. Using their problem-solving and

creative thinking through games and puzzles that require logical, strategic and abstract thinking, and last but not least

games that challenge students to work as teams to follow directions.

Entering Gr 2-3 or 4-5 Coding Overload

This class will provide an opportunity for participants to learn the fundamentals of coding and explore the limitless world

of computing. Participants will build upon skill sets such as logical thinking, problem solving, persistence, collaboration

and communication.

Entering Gr K-1, 2-3, 6-8 I am an Author

This class will offer students the ability to continue practice in writing. Students will gain experience in brainstorming,

organizing their thoughts, and publishing their work that will enhance their ability to author informational, opinion, and

narrative writing.

Entering Gr K-1 Science

Discover fun with insects through exciting hands-on activities! Explore the wonderful world of insects, learn fun facts,

observe the diversity of insects, and interact with live bugs as you go out into the field to collect insects.

Entering GR 2-3 and 4-5 and 6-8 Creative Contraptions

This class provides an opportunity for students to ignite their creativity and problem solving skills through the creation

of their own mousetrap-like games. Students will learn about Rube Goldberg and work to design an overly complex

contraption using humor and a narrative to accomplish a simple task.

Entering Gr 4-5 and 7-8 Instant Challenges

This class will challenge students thinking and encourage them to think outside the box. Students will participate in

Instant Challenges which are performance-based and task-based that require teamwork, problem-solving and creative

thinking in a short amount of time. Students will be given a task and certain materials to complete the tasks.

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Entering Gr 6-8 Orchestra

Attention middle school orchestra students! Are you looking for an opportunity to work on your technique while studying

fun music this summer? If you are, please sign up for our Middle School Orchestra Class! We will work on shifting,

bowing styles while playing music together. This is a great way to keep playing your instrument this summer while having

fun with your orchestra friends!

Entering Gr 4-5 Book Club

“So which is it? You going back for your home or for your pet? They’re the same thing, Peter said, the answer sudden

and sure, although a surprise to him.” – Sara Pennypacker from her novel Pax. This is just one of the books we will

be reading and discussing during this summer’s book club. Also, students will have the opportunity to share their own

interest books with peers.

Entering Gr 6 Book Club

“Every person has lots of ingredients to make them into what is always a one-of-a-kind creation.” – Counting by 7s by

Holly Goldberg Sloan. This is just one of the books we will be reading and discussing during this summer’s book club.

Also, students will have the opportunity to share their own interest books with peers.

Entering Gr 7-8 Book Club

“Trouble is, you can’t run away from yourself.” Coach snatched the towel from his shoulder, folded into a perfect square,

and set it in the space between us. “Unfortunately,” he said, “ain’t nobody that fast.” – Jason Reynolds from his new novel

Ghost. This is just one of the books we will be reading and discussing during this summer’s book club. Also, students

will have the opportunity to share their own interest books with peers.

Entering Gr 6-7 ALEKS Summer School Course (Math)

ln this math course, students will engage in a personalized learning experience. With the guidance of the Middle School

Math Specialists, each student will be placed in an appropriate math curriculum through ALEKS. ALEKS is a webbased,

assessment and learning system which uses adaptive questioning to quickly and accurately determine exactly

what a student knows and doesn’t know. From that information, the Math Specialist will support the students through a

personalized learning path through ALEKS. The purpose of this class is for students to build upon their math skills so they

can be successful going into the following school year. The class will have a flexible schedule that will allow students to go

at their own pace. Classroom time will be available for students one hour a week to ask questions, work on ALEKS with

support from the Math Specialist, and collaborate with other students on math problems. The rest of the time will be spent

working on ALEKS outside of class. This will allow for more flexibility in completing the program. The Math Specialist will

be available via email to answer any questions or provide additional support.

Entering Gr 4-5 and 6-8 Cooking

ln this fun course, young chefs will practice essential kitchen skills and the fundamentals of cooking. Kids will enjoy

working alongside classmates learning techniques of cooking and baking. From reading menus, recipes and measuring

to taste testing their own creations.

Entering Gr 2-3 Science

ln this course students will become young scientist that learn and uncover facts about space and dinosaurs. This class

will learn through researching topics and sharing with peers, predicting, identifying fact and fiction, videos, and hands on

activities.

Entering Gr 4 Beginning Violin and Viola

This class is for students entering fourth grade who are interested in playing the violin and viola. There will be an

informational parent meeting on April 23rd about how and where to rent or purchase an instrument and more information

about the 4th grade orchestra schedule and expectations. Summer orchestra is not required to participate in fourth grade

orchestra.

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Entering Gr 4 Beginning Cello and Bass

This class is for students entering fourth grade who are interested in playing the cello and string bass. There will be an

informational parent meeting on April 23rd about how and where to rent or purchase an instrument and more information

about the 4th grade orchestra schedule and expectations. Summer orchestra is not required to participate in fourth grade

orchestra.

Entering Gr 5 Continuing Orchestra

This class is for students entering fifth grade that played in orchestra in fourth grade. We will work on note reading,

intonation, posture and much more through exciting music that is appropriate for second year musicians.

Entering Gr 8 ALEKS Summer School Course (Math)

ln this math course, students will engage in a personalized learning experience. With the guidance of the Middle School

Math Specialists, each student will be placed in an appropriate math curriculum through ALEKS. ALEKS is a webbased,

assessment and learning system which uses adaptive questioning to quickly and accurately determine exactly

what a student knows and doesn’t know. From that information, the Math Specialist will support the students through a

personalized learning path through ALEKS. The purpose of this class is for students to build upon their math skills so they

can be successful going into the following school year. This class will also place an emphasis on Pre-Algebra to prepare

students for the 8th grade Algebra 1 experience for all.

Entering Gr 4-5 Science

ln this class you will explore different science labs from density demonstrations, exploding marshmallows to creating a

balloon science experiment. Come explore multiple different topics in science and be a scientist for two weeks!

Entering Gr 4K Summer Program

The 4K summer program will provide your child with an opportunity to grow socially, emotionally, and academically by

practicing classroom routines and pre-literacy and math concepts in a fun and meaningful way. Children will engage in

large and small group hands on activities designed with the young learner in mind!

Entering Gr 6-8 Jewelry Making

Come have fun and learn how to craft your own awesome jewelry. Need that perfect piece of jewelry to match your

favorite outfit or dress, here the change to learn how to make it. During our two week in class, you will make various

pieces of jewelry, including earrings, two bracelets in different styles and an 18 inch necklace. We will have a variety of

different styles of beads to choose from.

Entering Gr 6-8 Scrapbooking

Come join in the fun and put your creativity to use in a Paper Crafting class. You will make two sets of note cards in

different techniques, six cards in various styles and finally craft two different 2 page layouts for scrapbooking. You will

learn about and use embossing techniques, layering on cards, 3-D effects, die cuts and borders. We will also make some

miscellaneous items like bookmarks and flowers.

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ACT WORKSHOP

Students will gain direct experience with the four multiple-choice sections of the ACT. They will become

familiar with the types of questions they will encounter and learn a variety of strategies to attack those

questions. The instructor has designed this in-depth course based on 24 years of experience successfully

preparing students to take the ACT. Students should bring a blank, spiral notebook to the

first session.

Prerequisites: Students must be juniors or seniors

Location: Range Line School – Conference Room

Fee: Resident $220/Non-Resident $245

Maximum: Limit 36 students

Instructor: Fred Silver

Dates: Monday – Friday, June 18 – 29 (2 weeks)

Time: 10:00am – 11:30am

Course #: 317020

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

ACT

TEST PREPARATION

For Information On

ACT Workshops

&

Individual Tutoring

Contact:

Fred Silver

at North Shore Tutoring

Phone: 1-262-240-0513

E-mail: north_shore_tutoring@yahoo.com

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11040 N. RANGE LINE ROAD SUITE A

MEQUON, WI 53092

PHONE: 262 238-7535 • FAX: 262 238-7550

WEBSITE: www.mtsd.k12.wi.us

Individual Speech Therapy

This class is for students already enrolled in the Speech and Language program during the regular school year. Individual

therapy sessions will be designed to follow each child’s Individual Education Program (IEP).

TUESDAY AND THURSDAY WITH SARAH WHITEHURST

MS, CF-SLP, Mequon-Thiensville School District Speech-Language Pathologist

Grades: Pre K, Elementary, Middle, or High School Students

Location: Range Line School 2nd Floor Room 200

Dates: Tues and Thurs June 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28, July 10, 12 (No therapy July 3 or 5) (Attend all 8 dates)

Time: 8:30am – 9:00am Course #: 317215

9:00am – 9:30am Course #: 317216

9:30am – 10:00am Course #: 317217

10:00am – 10:30am Course #: 317218

10:30am – 11:00am Course #: 317219

11:00am – 11:30am Course #: 317220

11:30am – 12:00pm Course #: 317223

12:30pm – 1:00pm Course #: 317224

1:30pm – 2:00pm Course #: 317226

2:00pm – 2:30pm Course #: 317229

2:30pm – 3:00pm Course #: 317230

Fee: Resident $180/Non-Resident $205

Max: 1 Student per time slot – Registration on First come-First serve basis.

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TUESDAY AND THURSDAY WITH LINDSAY LAUTERS

MS, CCC-SLP, Mequon-Thiensville School District Speech-Language Pathologist

Grades: Pre K, Elementary, Middle, or High School Students

Location: Range Line School 2nd Floor Room 200

Dates: Tues and Thurs July 17, 19, 24, 26, 31, August 2, 7, 9 (Attend all 8 dates)

Time: 11:00am – 11:30am Course #: 317231

11:30am – 12:00pm Course #: 317232

12:00pm – 12:30pm Course #: 317233

12:30pm – 1:00pm Course #: 317234

1:00pm – 1:30pm Course #: 317235

1:30pm – 2:00pm Course #: 317236

2:00pm – 2:30pm Course #: 317237

2:30pm – 3:00pm Course #: 317238

3:00pm – 3:30pm Course #: 317239

3:30pm – 4:00pm Course #: 317240

Fee: Resident $180/Non-Resident $205

Max: 1 Student per time slot – Registration on First come-First serve basis.


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Credit Recovery Summer School

High school students needing to regain a half credit for a failed course are eligible to take Credit Recovery Summer

School. See your guidance counselor for additional details.

Location: Homestead High School Room 402

Dates: Mondays through Fridays, June 18 – 29 (10 days)

Time: 8:00am – 11:00am

Course #: 317153

Fee: Resident $185/Non-Resident $195

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Min/Max 4/9

Instructor: Deb Segebrecht – Credit Recovery Support

Study Skills for Middle School Students

Do you think your child has more academic potential? Does your child’s homework not make its way home, or make

it home but not back to school? Has your child been taught HOW to study? Ensure academic success for the 2018-

2019 school year by enrolling your student in the study skills workshop. Students will be taught how to organize and

manage their time, habits, and materials. They will learn how to take notes both from their textbooks and from teacher

lectures. Students will also acquire test-preparation and test-taking strategies. Start the upcoming school year right

in every subject with strong study skills from Knowledge Edge.

Grades: Entering Grades 6-8

Location: Range Line School, Room 108 & 110

Dates: Monday-Thursday, August 6 – 9

Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm

Fee: Resident $175/Non-Resident $190

How To Write A Winning College Essay

This course helps students jump-start the college essay writing process. Particular focus is placed on how to successfully

address the common application personal statement and the UW-Madison essay prompts. This course will cover how to

choose an appropriate topic, essay writing strategies and guidelines, and how to avoid common mistakes. Supplemental

essays will be addressed as time permits. This course brings objectivity and perspective to the college essay writing

process, reducing stress for both the student and parents. *Sharon Madnek, is owner of “Say It Write”, a collaborative

writing and editing business. Ms. Madnek earned a B.B.A. from UW-Madison and an MBA from Northwestern University.

Prior to establishing “Say It Write”, she worked in Marketing and Communications for Pepsi-Cola Company and Lever

Brothers Company in New York City.

Grade: Incoming Juniors and Seniors

Location: Nicolet High School - Athletic Conference Room (A106)

6701 N. Jean Nicolet Road, Glendale, WI

Fee: Resident $35/Non-Resident $45

Min/Max: 3/8

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructor: Sharon Madnek

Course #: 312027

Min/Max: 8/40

Registration: Deadline for registration is one

week prior to start date.

Tuesday, August 14 5:30pm – 7:00pm Course #: 329037

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Youth Programs/Dance & Drama

Summer Drama Camp 2018

PRINCESS WHO?

a fun-filled fairytale mystery adventure play

Entering Grades 4-8

This play is a fun-filled fairytale mystery adventure and everyone’s favorite fairy-tale characters are involved!

When a girl wakes up in the forest, she has no memory of her past. She can’t remember where she’s from

or how she got there. She can’t even remember her own name! As she makes her way through the Misty

Forest, hoping to somehow find her way home, she meets several fairy-tale characters-Hansel & Gretel,

Rumpelstiltskin, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, Cinderella and

Rapunzel to name a few. Some are helpful and some dangerous, yet all have information that helps our fair

maiden recall her own story, eventually revealing her true identity as a princess.

Summer camp will include theater games, acting tips, lots of acting and of course a chance to be on stage

for the final production. You will make lots of new drama buddies and have a fun two weeks working together

as a team. There are so many wonderful parts for young actors to play. This camp is for actors who are first

timers and those who have had some experience on stage. All participants will receive a T-shirt.

REGISTRATION FOR THIS PROGRAM OPENS ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18th AT 9:00am ONLINE

ONLY. MAKE SURE YOU KNOW YOUR USERNAME AND PASSWORD BEFORE THIS DAY. NO

EXCEPTIONS: NO IN PERSON, FAXES, OR PHONE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ALLOWED.

PARENTS MAY REGISTER FOR THEIR OWN CHILDREN ONLY. ONCE PROGRAM IS FULL,

YOU WILL BE ABLE TO ADD YOUR CHILD’S NAME TO THE ONLINE WAITLIST.

Ages: Entering Grades 4-8

Location: Range Line School Gym and Stage

Dates: Monday – Friday July 30 – August 11

Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm

Fee:

Resident $150/Non-Resident $165 ($10 will be used for costume fee)

Course #: 312019

Maximum: 25 students

Director: Ms. Sarah Foster, a Theatre & Drama Education & an Elementary & Middle School

Education Major as well as an assistant to many MT REC department plays and musicals,

will be directing this summer theatre camp.

AUDITION DATE WILL BE Thursday, May 24 from 4:15 – 6:00pm at the Range Line

School Gym – Parts will be given and expected to be memorized by camp start date.

There will be performances on: (Call times are always a minimum of one hour before show time)

• Friday, August 10th at 7:00pm

• Saturday, August 11th at 1:00pm (Cast Party To Follow)

(NO ADMISSION CHARGE AND NO RESERVED SEATING)


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Elementary Ballet &

Tap Combo

Students will learn ballet terminology, basic barre work, and begin center work in ballet. Beginner tap

technique and terminology will also be started. At the end of the session students would perform either

a ballet or tap dance for parents and friends. Dress code is a leotard, tights, leather ballet slippers for

ballet and any color tap shoes. There will be a Dance Recital on Friday, August 24 at 6pm

in the gym at Range Line School.

Location: Range Line School – Room 101

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $100

($10 costume fee included)

Min/Max: 6/15

Deadline: One week prior to start date of the class.

Instructor: Academy of Dance Arts

Ages: 5 – 7 years old

Day:

Mondays

Dates: June 25, July 9, 16, 23, 30, Aug 6, 13, 20 (No July 2)

Time: 10:30am – 11:30am

Course #: 312041

Youth Co-Ed Hip Hop Dance

Learn the latest hip-hop moves and technique taught in a gentle format. A final dance will be created that is fun

and energetic. Comfortable stretch clothing must be worn with tennis shoes. All music will be age and content

appropriate. There will be a Dance Recital on Friday, August 24 at 6pm in the gym at Range

Line School.

Location: Range Line School – Room 101

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $100

($10 costume fee included)

Min/Max: 6/15

Deadline:

One week prior to start date of the class.

Instructor:

Academy of Dance Arts

Ages:

7 – 10 years old

Day:

Mondays

Dates: June 25, July 9, 16, 23, 30, Aug 6, 13, 20 (No July 2)

Time:

6:30pm – 7:15pm

Course #: 312038

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POP PRINCESS CAMP

(Crafts and Dancing)

Jazz and Hip Hop Dance Choreography techniques to popular music. There will be a small

performance on the last day of class at 11:30am.

Location: Range Line School – Room 100 & 101

Fee: Resident $60/Non-Resident $70

($10 costume fee included)

Min/Max: 6/15

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week

prior to start date.

Instructor: Academy of Dance Arts

Ages: 5 – 8 years old

Day:

Wed, Thurs, Fri

Dates: August 15, 16, 17

Time:

10:00am – 12:00pm (Performance on Aug 17 at 11:30am)

Course #: 312042

POM PON CLINIC

The Homestead High School Dance Team invites you to attend a clinic instructed by the 2017-18 squad members. The

clinic is open to girls ages 4 and up. All participants will perform on Thurs, August 23rd, at approx 11am AND 5:15pm

in the HHS Field House. Each participant will be given a T-shirt. Pom-Pons will be available for purchase on the first

day for $20 per pair. Please note the registration deadline. Snacks are provided, please inform program

director of any food allergies the first day of the program.

Prerequisite: Must be 4 years of age by start of clinic

Location:

Homestead High School Field House Lobby

Dates: Mon – Thurs, August 20 – 23

Time:

10:00am – 12:00pm

Performances: August 23rd Time: Approx 11am AND 5:15pm

Location:

HHS Field House

Fee:

Resident $50 first child/$45 second child

Non-Resident $60 first child/$55 second child

Course #: 317035

Registration: Complete M-T Registration Form and submit to the M-T Recreation Office. The

deadline for registration is Monday, August 6th.


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BEGINNING BAND

This class is for students who are entering 5th grade and are interested in beginning a band instrument. Individuals

must supply their own instruments. Students will participate in like-instrument groups in June. This gives them the

opportunity to learn basics specific to their instrument. When students return in August, they will participate in fullband

rehearsals where they will prepare for a short, informal concert on Friday, August 24th at 11:30 AM in

Lakeshore Gym.

Prerequisite: Entering grade 5

Dates:

June 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 AND August Dates (below)

Fee: Resident $100/Non-Resident $110

Course #: 317010 Instrument: Flute/Oboe Location: Lake Shore Band Room Time: 8:00am-8:50am

Course #: 317011 Instrument: Clarinet Location: Lake Shore Band Room Time: 8:00am-8:50am

Course #: 317012 Instrument: Trumpet/French Horn Location: Lake Shore Band Rm Time: 9:00am-9:50am

Course #: 317013 Instrument: Saxophone Location: Lake Shore Band Room Time: 9:00am-9:50am

Course #: 317014 Instrument: Trombone/Baritone Location: Lake Shore Band Room Time: 10:00am-10:50am

Course #: 317015 Instrument: Percussion Location: Lake Shore Band Room Time: 10:00am-10:50am

CONTINUES: August 20, 21, 22, 23, 24

ALL COURSES – 9:00am – 9:50am

Location: Lake Shore Band Room

Registration:

Instructors:

Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Brad Feigles - M-T School District Band Teacher

Abbe Somerhalder – M-T School District Band Teacher

CONTINUING BAND

This class is for students who are entering grades 6-8 and are enrolled in a school band program during

the regular school year. The program provides time for students to get back into shape for the upcoming

school year while learning fun and exciting music. Students must supply their own instruments and will

present an informal concert on Friday, August 24th at 11:30 AM in Lakeshore Gym.

Prerequisite: Entering grades 6-8

Location:

Lake Shore Band Room

Dates: August 20, 21, 22, 23, 24

Time:

10:00am – 11:30am

Fee: Resident $70/Non-Resident $80

Course #: 317016

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week

prior to start date.

Instructors:

Brad Feigles - M-T School District Band Teacher

Abbe Somerhalder – M-T School District Band Teacher

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HIGH SCHOOL BAND CAMP

Underclassmen Emphasis (9th & 10th Grades)

It is highly recommended that all Homestead High School freshmen and sophomore band students enroll in this

summer band session. This program will help the students prepare for High School Band, work on individual drills

in preparation for the fall season and will conclude with a full-band marching experience in the Fun Before the 4th

Parade on Saturday, June 30th.

Prerequisite: Plan to enroll in the HHS Band and are entering 9th or 10th grade.

Location: Homestead High School Band Room and practice fields

Dates: June 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30

Fee: Resident $65/Non-Resident $75

Course #: 317278

Registration: Deadline for registration is prior to start.

Instructor: Todd Spindler, Homestead High School Band Director

Date 11:00-12:00 12:00-1:00 1:00-3:00 pm 5:30-7:00 pm

Mon, June 25 Percussion Color Guard Full Band

Tues, June 26 Percussion Color Guard Full Band

Wed, June 27 Percussion Color Guard Full Band

Thurs, June 28 Percussion Color Guard Full Band

Fri, June 29 Percussion Color Guard Full Band

Sat, June 30

9:15 am-12:30 pm

Full Band - “Fun Before the Fourth Parade and Celebration Performance in Thiensville Park”

HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND CAMP

Full Band Emphasis (9th – 12th Grades)

It is imperative that all band students participate in this program in preparation for our marching season. All sessions

will be held in the Homestead High School band room and on the practice fields. This class will meet nine days,

beginning August 14th and ending August 30th. The class will consist of individual section work and full band

experiences including our first football game. The daily schedule is listed below.

Prerequisite: Plan to enroll or are enrolled in the HHS Band and are entering grades 9-12.

Location: Homestead High School Band Room and practice fields

Dates: August 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 28, 30

Fee: Resident $83/Non-Resident $93

Course #: 317279

Registration: Deadline for registration is prior to start date.

Instructor: Todd Spindler, Homestead High School Band Director

Date 12:00pm-1:00pm 1:00-2:00pm 2:00- 3:00pm 3:00-4:00pm 4:00-5:00pm 5:00-7:00pm

Tues, August 14 Woodwinds Brass Percussion Color Guard Drum Majors Full Band

Wed, August 15 Woodwinds Brass Percussion Color Guard Drum Majors Full Band

Thurs, August 16 Woodwinds Brass Percussion Color Guard Drum Majors Full Band

Mon, August 20 Woodwinds Brass Percussion Color Guard Drum Majors Full Band

Tues, August 21 Woodwinds Brass Percussion Color Guard Drum Majors Full Band

Wed, August 22 Woodwinds Brass Percussion Color Guard Drum Majors Full Band

Thurs, August 23 Woodwinds Brass Percussion Color Guard Drum Majors Full Band

6:00-8:30 pm

Fri, August 24 ONLY FULL BAND THIS DAY… 6 pm – 8:30 pm Full Band

(First FB GAME PERFORMANCE)

5:00-7:00 pm

Tues, August 28 ONLY FULL BAND THIS DAY… 5pm – 7 pm Full Band

Thurs, August 30 ONLY FULL BAND THIS DAY… 5pm – 7 pm

Full Band & meeting

BAND PARENT MEETING (7:00 pm – 7:30 pm)


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CHILDREN’S SWIM CLASSES

Classes meet Monday through Friday. Each daily lesson consists of the listed pool time and 10 minutes for

dressing. Swimmers provide their own suit and towel. Parents may only stay inside of the fence on the first and

last day of class. (Exceptions are made for Infant-Toddler and Preschool Classes). Please put your child in the

appropriate level following the stated guidelines. THERE WILL BE NO MAKEUPS OR REFUNDS DUE TO

INCLEMENT WEATHER.

BELOW ARE THE ENTRY LEVEL SKILLS FOR EACH OF THE SWIMMING LEVELS.

Location:

Registration:

Mequon City Pool (heated)

Complete the M-T Registration Form and submit to the M-T Recreation Office at least one

week prior to the start of class.

INFANT/TODDLER – Six months to three years old. All participants must be accompanied & assisted by

an adult.

Fee:

Resident $50/Non-Resident $60 (infant/toddler)

Course #: Dates: Time:

319001 June 25-July 6 (Off July 4) 11:00am – 11:30am (Max 25)

319002 July 9-July 20 11:00am – 11:30am (Max 25)

319003 July 23-August 3 11:00am – 11:30am (Max 25)

PRESCHOOL – Three and four year olds. Participants will be assisted by the instructor.

Fee:

Resident $60/Non-Resident $70 (pre-school)

Course #: Dates: Time:

319004 June 25-July 6 (Off July 4) 11:00am – 11:30am (Max 20)

319005 July 9-July 20 11:00am – 11:30am (Max 20)

319006 July 23-August 3 11:00am – 11:30am (Max 20)

Level 1 – No swimming or water competencies required to take this course. The student MUST be 5 years of

age by the date of the first class.

Fee:

Resident $66/Non-Resident $76 (swim classes)

Course #: Dates: Time:

319007 June 25-July 6 (Off July 4) 9:00am – 9:45am (Max 20)

319008 June 25-July 6 (Off July 4) 10:00am – 10:45am (Max 20)

319009 July 9-July 20 9:00am – 9:45am (Max 20)

319010 July 9-July 20 10:00am – 10:45am (Max 20)

319011 July 23-August 3 9:00am – 9:45am (Max 20)

319012 July 23-August 3 10:00am – 10:45am (Max 20)

Level 2 – To enter Level 2 a student must have passed Level 1 – which means they must be able to submerge

completely for 3 seconds, blow bubbles through mouth and nose, and be comfortable when they do front and back

float with help, and swim on front and back with help.

Fee:

Resident $66/Non-Resident $76 (swim classes)

Course #: Dates: Time:

319013 June 25-July 6 (Off July 4) 9:00am – 9:45am (Max 20)

319014 June 25-July 6 (Off July 4) 10:00am – 10:45am (Max 20)

319015 July 9-July 20 9:00am – 9:45am (Max 20)

319016 July 9-July 20 10:00am – 10:45am (Max 20)

319017 July 23-August 3 9:00am – 9:45am (Max 20)

319018 July 23-August 3 10:00am – 10:45am (Max 20)

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Level 3 – To enter Level 3 a student must have passed Level 2 – which means they must be able to front and back

float for 5 seconds, and swim front and back crawl for 5 yards. The arms for both strokes should come out of the

water with a propelling kick.

Fee:

Resident $66/Non-Resident $76 (swim classes)

Course #: Dates: Time:

319019 June 25-July 6 (Off July 4) 9:00am – 9:45am (Max 20)

319020 June 25-July 6 (Off July 4) 10:00am – 10:45am (Max 20)

319021 July 9-July 20 9:00am – 9:45am (Max 20)

319022 July 9-July 20 10:00am - 10:45am (Max 20)

319023 July 23-August 3 9:00am – 9:45am (Max 20)

319024 July 23-August 3 10:00am – 10:45am (Max 20)

Level 4 – To enter Level 4 a student must have passed Level 3 – which means they must be able to swim front

crawl with breathing 15 yards, back crawl 15 yards, correct elementary backstroke kick 15 yards, and butterfly kick

with body motion for 15 feet.

Fee:

Resident $66/Non-Resident $76 (swim classes)

Course #: Dates: Time:

319025 June 25-July 6 (Off July 4) 9:00am – 9:45am (Max 20)

319026 June 25-July 6 (Off July 4) 10:00am – 10:45am (Max 20)

319027 July 9-July 20 9:00am – 9:45am (Max 20)

319028 July 9-July 20 10:00am – 10:45am (Max 20)

319029 July 23-August 3 9:00am – 9:45am (Max 20)

319030 July 23-August 3 10:00am – 10:45am (Max 20)

Level 5 – To enter Level 5 a student must have passed Level 4 – which means that they must be able to

swim front and back crawl 25 yards – with good coordination and form, have correct well coordinated elementary

backstroke and breaststroke, and do butterfly and scissors kick for 15 yards. Participants must pass a skills test

after completing level 4.

Fee:

Resident $66/Non-Resident $76 (swim classes)

Course #: Dates: Time:

319031 June 25-July 6 (Off July 4) 9:00am – 9:45am (Max 20)

319032 June 25-July 6 (Off July 4) 10:00am – 10:45am (Max 20)

319033 July 9-July 20 9:00am – 9:45am (Max 20)

319034 July 9-July 20 10:00am – 10:45am (Max 20)

319035 July 23-August 3 9:00am – 9:45am (Max 20)

319036 July 23-August 3 10:00am – 10:45am (Max 20)

Level 6 – To enter Level 6 a student must have passed Level 5 – which means that they must be able to swim

well coordinated front crawl and back crawl 50 yards, and the elementary backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke and

butterfly 25 yards. Participants must pass a skills test after completing level 5. NEED A MINIMUM OF 4 TO

RUN THIS LEVEL.

Fee:

Resident $66/Non-Resident $76 (swim classes)

Course #: Dates: Time:

319037 June 25-July 6 (Off July 4) 9:00am – 9:45am MINIMUM OF 4 NEEDED

319038 July 9-July 20 9:00am – 9:45am MINIMUM OF 4 NEEDED

319039 July 23-August 3 9:00am – 9:45am MINIMUM OF 4 NEEDED

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MEQUON WAVE

SUMMER SWIM TEAM

The M-T Recreation Department and Ozaukee Aquatics have teamed up to offer a summer swim team

known as the “Mequon Wave Swim Team.” The program will run for 6 weeks: 3 practices per week,

and mini-meets with other recreation department swim teams. It is open to those entering 12th grade or

younger and who can complete one length of a 25-yard pool of any stroke.

Location: Homestead High School Swimming Pool

Dates: Mon, Wed & Thurs, June 14 through July 26 (Skip July 4)

Meet schedule will be available May 30

Time: 10:45am – 11:45am

Course #: 319062

Fee: Resident $100/Non-Resident $115

Min/Max: 10/25

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Staff: Ozaukee Aquatics - For more information about swimming competitively

for Ozaukee Aquatics and their other programs, please visit our website

at www.ozaukeeaquatics.com or email Coach Mark at mgswim@voyager.net

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TENNIS

YOUTH TENNIS

Tennis creates fun, fitness and friendships for life. The M-T summer recreation tennis program will be directed by

SCOTT ANSAY, USPTA professional from Mequon Elite Sports Club.

Location:

Water:

Wet Courts:

Homestead High School Tennis Courts. Please park, drop-off, and pick-up in the parking lot west

of the tennis courts.

All students are asked to bring water to each class.

Classes canceled because of wet courts will not be rescheduled.

CONTACT MEQUON ELITE AT 262-241-4250 FOR CANCELLATIONS

The QuickStart tennis format is a key component in the progressive development of a tennis player. QuickStart is

tennis scaled down to the size and age of a player. There are six standard variables that are changed for the player:

age, court size, balls, racquet length, net height, and scoring. QuickStart tennis gives kids the opportunity to rally a

ball over the net and play points and games as quickly as possible in a fun environment.

QuickStart Tiny Tots (ages 3-4): Introduction to pre-tennis skills; gross motor skills; tennis basics and fun!

Students must provide their own racquet. Racquets will be available for students who forget their racquets.

Session I: Course #: 317177

Dates: Monday –Thursday, June 11 – 21

Time: 9:30am – 10:00am

Fee: Resident $46/Non-Resident $52

Session II: Course #: 317178

Dates: Monday –Thursday, June 25 – July 6

(SKIP JULY 4, MAKEUP FRI JULY 6)

Time: 9:30am – 10:00am

Fee: Resident $46/Non-Resident $52

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Session III: Course #: 317179

Dates: Monday –Thursday, July 9 – 19

Time: 9:30am – 10:00am

Fee: Resident $46/Non-Resident $52

Session IV: Course #: 317180

Dates: Monday –Thursday, July 23 – August 2

Time: 9:30am – 10:00am

Fee: Resident $46/Non-Resident $52

QuickStart I (ages 5 - 6): A skill level program designed for children 5 & 6 years of age who has never had

instruction or consistent practice but has the desire to learn the game.

Session I: Course #: 317181

Dates: Monday –Thursday, June 11 – 21

Time: 10:00am – 11:00am

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $99

Session II: Course #: 317182

Dates: Monday –Thursday, June 25 – July 6

(SKIP JULY 4, MAKEUP FRI JULY 6)

Time: 10:00am – 11:00am

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YOUTH TENNIS (Continued from previous page).

Session III: Course #: 317183

Dates: Monday –Thursday, July 9 – 19

Time: 10:00am – 11:00am

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $99

Session IV: Course #: 317184

Dates: Monday –Thursday, July 23 – August 2

Time: 10:00am – 11:00am

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $99

QuickStart I (ages 7 - 8): A skill level program designed for children 7 & 8 years of age who has never had

instruction or consistent practice but has the desire to learn the game.

Session I: Course #: 317185

Dates: Monday –Thursday, June 11 – 21

Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $99

Session II: Course #: 317186

Dates: Monday –Thursday, June 25 – July 6

(SKIP JULY 4, MAKEUP FRI JULY 6)

Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $99

Session III: Course #: 317187

Dates: Monday –Thursday, July 9 – 19

Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $99

Session IV: Course #: 317188

Dates: Monday –Thursday, July 23 – August 2

Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $99

Orange Dot Ball (ages 9 - 10): A skill level program designed for children 9 & 10 years of age who has had

limited instruction and consistent practice but has the desire to learn the game.

Session I: Course #: 317189

Dates: Monday –Thursday, June 11 – 21

Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $99

Session II: Course #: 317190

Dates: Monday –Thursday, June 25 – July 6

(SKIP JULY 4, MAKEUP FRI JULY 6)

Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $99

YOUTH TENNIS (Continued on next page.)


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YOUTH TENNIS (Continued from previous page).

Session III: Course #: 317191

Dates: Monday –Thursday, July 9 – 19

Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $99

Session IV: Course #: 317192

Dates: Monday –Thursday, July 23 – August 2

Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $99

Green Dot Ball (ages 11 - 13): A skill level program designed for children 11 – 13 years of age who has had

limited instruction and consistent practice but has the desire to learn the game.

Session I: Course #: 317193

Dates: Monday –Thursday, June 11 – 21

Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $99

Session II: Course #: 317194

Dates: Monday –Thursday, June 25 – July 6

(SKIP JULY 4, MAKEUP FRI JULY 6)

Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $99

Session III: Course #: 317195

Dates: Monday –Thursday, July 9 – 19

Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $99

Session IV: Course #: 317196

Dates: Monday –Thursday, July 23 – August 2

Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $99

High School Excellence (ages 14-18): A skill level program designed for children 14 to 18 years of age,

who have a thorough knowledge of rules and scoring, know all the basic strokes, can score and play a game. Buy

a package below and show up any day to fulfill your package.

Package I: Course #: 317197 10 Classes – Attendance will be taken every day

Dates: Come to 10 classes Mon-Thurs June 11 – Aug 2 (Skip July 4) Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm

Fee: Resident $420/Non-Resident $480

Package II: Course #: 317198 20 Classes – Attendance will be taken every day

Dates: Come to 20 classes Mon-Thurs June 11 – Aug 2 (Skip July 4)

Fee: Resident $640/Non-Resident $700

Package III: Course #: 317199 30 Classes – Attendance will be taken every day

Dates: Come to 30 classes Mon-Thurs June 11 – Aug 2 (Skip July 4)

Fee: Resident $840/Non-Resident $900

Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm

Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm


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MISSING LINKS GOLF CLUB

Awards and Achievements:

Teaching Center Award 2012, 2013, 2014 – GCOW

Teaching Instructor of the Year 2011 and 2012 Phil Plautz, PGA – GCOW

Top 20 Short Courses in the Country – GRAA

Jack Nicklaus Par 3 Rated Top Ten in the Country – USA Today

Eight Time Award Winning Range

“Top 50 Practice Facilities in the Country” 2014 – GRAA

“Top 50 Growth of the Game Teaching Professional” 2014 – GRAA

MissingLinksMequon.com

ADULT GOLF PROGRAM

All lessons include:

Four hours of instruction

One round of golf

Maximum of 10 students per group

Golf clubs provided at no additional cost

Adult Group Lesson: One lesson per week for 4 consecutive weeks. Ideal for the beginner and advanced

beginner. These lessons provide a thorough introduction and review the fundamentals of playing golf. Our awardwinning

PGA pros discuss goals and then help to perfect your grip, alignment, posture, and swing mechanics

tailored to the individual’s abilities. At Missing Links an emphasis is put on the short game instruction focusing on

putting and chipping.

Fee:

$97 (one lesson per week for 4 consecutive weeks)

Tuesdays:

Dates: 6:00pm Course #: 7:00pm Course #:

May 1, 8, 15, 22 329001 329006

June 5, 12, 19, 26 329002 329007

July 10, 17, 24, 31 329003 329008

Aug 7, 14, 21, 28 329004 329009

Sept 11, 18, 25, Oct 2 329005 329010

Thursdays:

Dates: 6:00pm Course #: 7:00pm Course #:

May 3, 10, 17, 24 329011 329016

June 7, 14, 21, 28 329012 329017

July 12, 19, 26, Aug 2 329013 329018

Aug 9, 16, 23, 30 329014 329019

Sept 13, 20, 27, Oct 4 329015 329020

GOLF (Continued on next page.)

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GOLF (Continued from previous page).

YOUTH GOLF PROGRAM

The M-T Recreation Department is pleased to once again offer golf lesson through Missing Links Golf Club. Review

the information and see a variety of opportunities offered to learn the game or improve already existing golf skills.

The lessons are offered at Missing Links and taught by the Missing Links professional golf staff. Registration takes

place through the M-T Recreation Department. Please note registrations must be received one week prior

to the start of each course. In case of inclement weather, decisions to cancel class will be made no sooner than

one hour before the start of each class. Please call Missing Links in inclement weather situations at

262-243-5711.

Lessons include: Three or Four hours of instruction One round of golf

Golf clubs provided at no additional cost

Tiger Tots: The grand familiarization of golf geared towards introducing and entertaining the youngest golfer.

Tiger Tots offers exposure to the mechanics of the swing, hand-eye coordination, putting, stretching, and safe

practice. Let’s not forget about priceless photo ops with equipment and the best positive reinforcement… fresh

baked cookies!

Ages: 4-6 years – Four, 45 minute lessons

Fee:

$89 (max 5 kids per instructor)

Saturdays at 9:30am & 10:45am 9:30am Course #: 10:45am Course #:

Dates: April 28, May 5, 12, 19 317036 317040

June 2, 9, 16, 23 317037 317041

July 7, 14, 21, 28 317038 317042

Aug 4, 11, 18, 25 317039 317043

Wednesdays at 9:30am & 10:45am 9:30am Course #: 10:45am Course #:

Dates: June 13, 20, 27, July 11 317044 317046

July 18, 25, Aug 1, 8 317045 317047

Mickelson Middlers: These lessons provide a thorough introduction to the golf swing. Our award-winning PGA

pros discuss goals and then help to perfect your grip, alignment, posture, and swing mechanics. At Missing Links,

an emphasis is put on the short game instruction, primarily focusing on putting and chipping.

Ages: 7-10 years – Four, one-hour lessons

Fee: $94 (max 10 kids per instructor)

Saturdays at 9:00am or 10:15am or 11:30am

Dates: 9:00am Course #: 10:15am Course #: 11:30am Course #:

April 28, May 5, 12, 19 317048 317053 317058

June 2, 9, 16, 23 317049 317054 317059

July 7, 14, 21, 28 317050 317055 317060

Aug 4, 11, 18, 25 317051 317056 317061

Sept 8, 15, 22, 29 317052 317057 317062

Tuesdays at 9:00am or 10:15am or 11:30am

Dates: 9:00am Course #: 10:15am Course #: 11:30am Course #:

June 12, 19, 26, July 10 317063 317065 317067

July 17, 24, 31, Aug 7 317064 317066 317068

Wednesdays at 9:00am or 10:15am or 11:30am

Dates: 9:00am Course #: 10:15am Course #: 11:30am Course #:

June 13, 20, 27, July 11 317069 317071 317073

July 18, 25, Aug 1, 8 317070 317072 317074

Thursdays at 9:00am or 10:15am or 11:30am

Dates: 9:00am Course #: 10:15am Course #: 11:30am Course #:

June 14, 21, 28, July 12 317075 317077 317079

July 19, 26, Aug 2, 9 317076 317078 317080


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Palmer’s Players: Same as Mickelson Middlers but geared towards an older mature youth.

Ages: 11-17 years – Four, one-hour lessons

Fee: $94 (max 10 kids per instructor)

Saturdays at 1:00pm

Dates: 1:00pm Course #:

April 28, May 5, 12, 19 317081

June 2, 9, 16, 23 317082

July 7, 14, 21, 28 317083

Aug 4, 11, 18, 25 317084

Sept 8, 15, 22, 29 317085

Tuesdays at 1:00pm

Dates: 1:00pm Course #:

June 12, 19, 26, July 10 317086

July 17, 24, 31, Aug 7 317087

Wednesdays at 1:00pm

Dates: 1:00pm Course #:

June 13, 20, 27, July 11 317088

July 18, 25, Aug 1, 8 317089

Thursdays at 1:00pm

Dates: 1:00pm Course #:

June 14, 21, 28, July 12 317090

July 19, 26, Aug 2, 9 317091

Junior Summer Golf League: For over 15 years, Junior League has been the most FUN program that we offer

for kids! Junior League is the perfect opportunity to put all the golf instruction to use and have some fun in a semicompetitive

environment. League meets once a week for the majority of the Summer. Sign up for multiple days!

Besides learning some tips and strategy on the course, our league will cover basic rules and etiquette, different golf

games, and tweaking your swing. Every week, prizes will be awarded for a variety of fun games and contests. Last

week of league is reserved for the Club Championship and a pizza banquette with more awards!

Ages: 10-17 years – Nine weeks of Fun & Games!!

Fee: $164 (MUST HAVE AT LEAST 4 HOURS OF PRIOR GOLF INSTRUCTION TO PARTICIPATE)

Time: 9:30am-12:00pm or 12:30pm-3:00pm

Day: Start Dates: 9:30am-12:00pm Course #: 12:30pm-3:00pm Course #:

Mondays June 11 317103 (All ages)

Tuesdays June 12 317104 (All ages) 317105 (Ages 14-17 ONLY)

Wednesdays June 13 317106 (All ages)

Thursdays June 14 317107 (All ages)

Junior One Day Golf Clinic: Ages 10- 17 years… A 6 hour day packed with instruction, course play, food, and

FUN! Everything from our four week lessons plus more is condensed into one day in this ultimate clinic! Golfers will

experience instruction in the morning and take it on the course in the afternoon. Prior lessons or golf experience is

necessary. Fee: $105 (includes lunch)

Time:

9:00am-3:00pm

Golf Camp 1 Friday, June 15 All Ages Course #: 317209

Golf Camp 2 Friday, June 22 All Ages Course #: 317210

Golf Camp 3 Friday, June 29 All Ages Course #: 317211

Golf Camp 4 Friday, July 13 All Ages Course #: 317212

Golf Camp 5 Friday, July 27 All Ages Course #: 317213

Golf Camp 6 Friday, August 3 All Ages Course #: 317214

PGA Junior Sports Academy Learn: Coach Mary Hafeman, PGA and LPGA

We teach and coach youth by focusing on guaranteed FUN and development of both overall performance skills and

essential playing skills, while still adhering to student specific goals.

Four – 1.5 hours team performance coaching and training

9-15 year old boys and girls - $165 per child – On course supervised coaching – 6:1 student/coach ratio

Tuesdays, May 8, 15, 22, 29 – 4:30pm-6:00pm Course #: 317108

REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department


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PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS

STEAM Sampler

Step into the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, ART & Math) zone with these specially designed classes

that encourage students to explore every changing technology world. Some of their CREATIONS will be sent home.

We will sample some of the newest technology programs. Each class will explore a different concept: Microscopy

using digital microscopes and magnifying lenses, Paleontology, Magnetism using Metal detectors, Levers using

catapults, Newton laws of motion, Pulleys, gears, Bridge making, Tessellations, Fibonacci sequence, Air pressure,

etc.” 100% FUN Guaranteed!”

Ages: 3 – 6 years old

Location: Range Line School Conference Room

Dates: Monday – Thursday, July 9 – 12

Time: 9:00am – 10:00am

Fee: Resident $55/Non-Resident $65

1, 2, 3….. BUILD!!

This is the perfect class to develop your engineering skills using LEGO Educational kits 9610, 9612, 9614

& 9616. These kits are specifically designed to contain only the parts needed to complete 2 projects per kit

allowing more time to build and less time hunting for the correct pieces. Exciting projects will include: Swing

Rides, Fans, Ride on Tractor, Movie Projector, Crane and many more. Basic understanding of gears, levers,

pulleys and wheel/axle are introduced during each session. From the new builder to the most experienced

LEGO fan, these projects are a hit!

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Ages: 3 – 6 years old

Location: Range Line School – Room 108

Dates: Monday – Thursday, July 23 – 26

Time: 9:00am – 9:45am

Fee: Resident $40/Non-Resident $50

Course #: 312015

Min/Max: 6/10

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

NEW

Pirates, Aliens, Robots and Who?

Alas….the Pirates have landed and are looking for their Treasure Chest! This class is filled with

Robots of every kind and chocked full of adventures! Go on a Treasure Hunt with Roamer the Robot, Dig up

Dinosaur bones with Bee Bot, Rev your Engines with Speedy the Race car, Land on the Moon with the Aliens from

outer space and much more. Students will work with several versions of LOGO Programing (simple sequence

programming using numbers, shapes, colors, etc). Guaranteed to generate smiles, giggles and laughs every class.

Ages: 3 – 6 years old

Location: Range Line School – Room 108

Dates: Monday – Thursday, July 23 – 26

Time: 10:00am – 10:45am

Fee: Resident $40/Non-Resident $50

Course #: 312018

Min/Max: 6/10

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

Course #: 312010

Min/Max: 8/12

Registration: Deadline for registration is one

week prior to start date.

Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

NEW

NEW


Preschool Programs Continued

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STREAM SAMPLER WEEK

STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art and Math) Sample Week is specifically designed to allow

students to work with the newest & most updated technology tools. In this updated class students will explore a

different concept each class: Traditional & Motorized LEGO Engineering projects, Coding concepts, Movie Making,

Motorized Gears, Gears, Gears projects, build VEX Motorized Ambush Striker & Remote Control Robots, LOGO

Programing and much more!

Ages: 3 – 6 years old

Location: Range Line School – Room 108

Dates: Monday – Thursday, July 23 – 26

Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm

Fee: Resident $50/Non Resident $60

Course #: 312020

Min/Max: 6/10

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructor: Computer Explorers Staff

NEW

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5010 W. Ashland Way

Franklin, WI 53132

414-858-9990

www.milwaukee.madscience.org

My First Lab for

Preschoolers

Junior scientists will take in science around them in this brand new Mad Science

camp for preschoolers! Step into an astronauts shoes as we travel to space, work your muscles

as we learn about our skeletons, and catch your shadow as we look at light! A Mad Science symphony

will take place as we listen to how music is made and magnet exploration will help everything stick

together. Between hands-on experiments and fun take homes, this camp is sure to excite all of our

curious preschool and kindergartners! Children should bring their own beverage and snack

to camp each day. (No peanut products, please).

Ages: 3 ½ - 5 years old (MUST BE ABLE TO USE BATHROOM INDEPENDENTLY)

Location: Range Line School – Room 100

Fee: Resident $220/Non-Resident $240

Dates: Monday – Friday, July 16 – 20

Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm

Course #: 312003

Min/Max: 10/24

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

NEW

REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department


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Creative Dance

This program is a Creative Movement, Dance Rhythms, Pre Ballet, and Tumbling class. Students will learn the

basics of ballet while having fun with crowns, pom-pons, bean bags, and more...at the end of the session students

would perform in a recital for parents and friends. Dress code is a leotard, tights and appropriate dance shoes.

There will be a Dance Recital on Friday, August 24 at 6pm in the gym at Range Line School.

Ages: 3 – 5 years old

Location: Range Line School – Room 101

Fee: Resident $90/Non-Resident $100

($10 costume fee included)

Min/Max: 6/15

Deadline: One week prior to start date of the

class.

Instructor: Academy of Dance Arts

Day: Mondays

Dates: June 25, July 9, 16, 23, 30, Aug 6, 13, 20

(No July 2)

Time: 9:30am – 10:15am

Course #: 312039

Day: Wednesdays

Dates: June 27, July 11, 18, 25, Aug 1, 8, 15, 22

(No July 4)

Time: 1:00pm – 1:45pm

Course #: 312040

Nature Nymphs 2018

Your little nymphs will begin each class outdoors (light rain or shine) discovering the wonders of the

woods and the magic of the meadows with an experienced nature preschool teacher. We’ll bring

our cool finds inside as the centerpiece for stories, art, games, creative play, critter visits, journaling

and musical expression. Wear your oldest play clothes and dress for the weather! Nutritious snack

included. Parents always welcome to stay and play! Small class size equals lots of personal attention!

Don’t be left out-sign up early!

Ages: 3 – 8 years old

(Must be 3 by May 15 and Potty Trained)

Location: Range Line School – Room 100 and the Amazing Back Forty

Fee: Resident $130/Non-Resident $145

Min/Max: 4/8

Registration: Deadline for registration is 3 days before the start date.

Instructor:

Wendy Seaman is a certified in both Early Childhood Education and the Wisconsin

Model Early Learning Standards (WMELS). She has a passion for Music, journaling

and preventing “Nature Deficit Disorder”

.

Mon – Thurs June 4 – 7 9:30am – 12:30pm Course #: 312016

Mon – Thurs June 11 – 14 9:30am – 12:30pm Course #: 312017


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MUSIC FUN

for FOUR and FIVE Year Olds

Your child will enjoy this fun and interactive music class while discovering and developing basic musical skills and

concepts. Activities emphasize singing, rhythmic instrument play, listening, movement and dramatic play. We’ll

take imaginary trips and learn family songs to sing throughout the week.

Ages: 4 and 5 year olds

Location: Range Line School Room 109

Dates: Wednesdays, June 13, 20, 27, July 11, 18, 25

(Skip July 4)

Time: 9:00am – 9:45am

Course #: 317030

Fee: Resident $66/Non-Resident $76

Min/Max: 3/10

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructor: Barbara Henry, Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in music.

She is the chair of the Music Department at Mount Mary University

FUN WITH MUSIC

for Families and Mixed Ages

Children will love this fun and interactive music class! Together, we will experience and

develop basic elements of music such as singing on pitch, high and low, loud and soft, fast and slow and

keeping a steady beat. Activities emphasize singing, rhymes, finger plays, rhythmic instrument play,

listening and moving to music. Come and make new friends as you have fun with music!

Ages: 10 months – 5 years with a parent or caregiver

(Infants to 9 months attend free with an older sibling)

Location: Range Line School Room 109

Dates: Wednesdays, June 13, 20, 27, July 11, 18, 25

(Skip July 4)

Time: 10:00am – 10:40am

Course #: 317032

Fee: Resident $60/Non-Resident $70

Min/Max: 3/10

Registration: Deadline for registration is one week prior to start date.

Instructor: Barbara Henry, Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in music.

She is the chair of the Music Department at Mount Mary University

REGISTER ONLINE www.mtsd.k12.wi.us Recreation Department


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YOUTH SPORT ORGANIZATIONS

Youth Sport Organization Contact Numbers:

Junior Highlander Boys Basketball … www.leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=mtbahoopsclub

(Boys Basketball)

Highlander Basketball Club …................................................................................. www.playhbc.com

(Girls Basketball)

TMYBA ……………................................................................................................…… www.tmyba.org

(Baseball & Softball)

BOSS …….............................................................................……. www.bossbaseballacademy.com

Fusion Soccer ….........................................................................………. www.fusionsoccerclub.com

Ozaukee Aquatics …….......................................................................…. www.ozaukeeaquatics.com

Mustangs Wrestling Club …................................................................………. jstammer7@gmail.com

Cardinal Football …...................................................................................……. www.m-tcardinals.org

Ozaukee Youth Hockey Association…......................................................... www.ozaukeehockey.com

Wisconsin Premier Volleyball Club…..............................................….. www.wipremiervolleyball.com


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Youth Sport Organizations Continued

MEQUON-THIENSVILLE

CARDINAL FOOTBALL

Tackle football for 5th - 8th grade.

Practice starts early August.

Saturday games - September and October.

Registration starts in January.

Register before March 1 to receive

an early sign up discount.

www.m-tcardinals.org


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OZAUKEE AQUATICS

FIT…FAST…FUN!!! Come SWIM with OZ!!

Ozaukee Aquatics Swim Club offers competitive and conditioning programs

for ages 5 and up to Master swimmers. Ozaukee Aquatics is a year round

swimming program with practices @ Homestead High School daily.

New registrations are always welcome throughout the year.

Prorated Summer Session starts

June 11 - July 27, 2018.

Program info on the Web:

www.ozaukeeaqautics.com

E-Mail Coach Mark Gwidt:

mgswim@voyager.net


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Youth Sport Organizations Continued


COMMUNITY SPONSORS

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION

EASY REGISTRATION PROCEDURES

All Mequon-Thiensville Residents may mail-in, or drop

off the registration in person immediately upon receiving

this brochure. Complete the registration form found in

this booklet and return it along with your payment using

one of the methods listed below. Checks must have your

address imprinted on them for proof of residency. Do not

send cash.

Online:

Mail:

Visit www.mtsd.k12.wi.us and click

on Recreation Department under

Community link.

Mail the fully completed M-T Recreation

registration form to: M-T Recreation

Department, 11040 North Range Line Road,

Mequon, WI 53092. All the information must

be included on your registration form or it will

be returned. Enclose a self-address stamped

envelope for confirmation receipt.

Walk-In: The M-T Recreation Office is located on the

first floor of the Range Line School building.

The office hours are 7:30am to 4:00pm.

GENERAL REGISTRATION

Registration: Persons must register prior to participating

in any program. Please fill out the enclosed registration

forms completely, making sure to include the class

registration number. Registration forms must be signed

to be valid. A parent or guardian’s signature is required

for children under the age of 18. Full fee payment is

needed to process each registration.

REGISTRATION DATES

Persons should register by the date indicated. If your

class does not meet the minimum enrollment by the

date indicated, it may be cancelled and/or combined with

another class. All registered participants will be notified

of changes by phone. Class rosters are prepared and

given to the instructor. Registrations after this date will

be accepted only if an opening exists. These transactions

must be completed in person because you will receive a

receipt to take to your first session (proof of registration)

ON-SITE REGISTRATION

Instructors will not accept registration or payment at the

class site. All registration transactions must be completed

at the Recreation Office prior to a scheduled class.

CONFIRMATION OF REGISTRATION

Upon the receipt of a registration, the Recreation Office

will not send a confirmation of the registration. Your

canceled check or your credit card record will serve as

your confirmation. Please record the course date(s),

time, and location listed in the M-T Recreation Brochure

for your reference. You will be immediately notified if the

Recreation Office cancels an offering for which you have

registered. A full refund will be given when courses are

canceled. If you would like to receive a confirmation of

your reservation please include with your registration a

self addressed stamped envelope.

FEES

Resident and Non-resident fees are listed under course

offerings (see resident definition). Registration forms

without the proper fee will not be enrolled. There is no

pro-rating of fees or discounts for multiple registrations.

AGE/GRADE REQUIREMENT

For all programs, the age requirement will be as of

the date of the first class unless otherwise specified.

Please do not request to put your child in a class where

he/she does not meet the age requirements. All age

requirements are set to benefit the children and make

instruction more consistent for the program leader.

PHONE REGISTRATIONS

PHONE REGISTRATIONS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

Spaces in classes will not be held. Thank you for

understanding.


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RESIDENT DEFINITION

Residents are defined as those persons who live in the

Mequon-Thiensville School District. Non-resident fees

apply to those who live outside the Mequon-Thiensville

School District.

REFUND POLICY

Full Refunds: Full refunds will not be issued unless a

program is cancelled by the M-T Recreation Department.

Partial refunds: Partial refunds are made possible if

requested in writing seven days prior to the start of the

program. All refunds are subject to a $10 service fee.

The written refund request must include the name of the

participant, the course number and the reason for the

refund. A full refund will not be issued unless a class has

been cancelled by the Recreation Department. Please

allow 2-4 weeks for a refund.

RECREATION OFFICE LOCATION

CANCELLED PROGRAM

If a program is cancelled due to low registration, a full

refund of the fee will be given. All participants will be

contacted immediately when this occurs. There may

be times classes need to be cancelled due to weather,

facility scheduling, etc. At times these classes may not be

made-up. There will not be a refund given for individual

class cancellations due to weather. To find out if a class

has been cancelled due to inclement weather or other

reasons, please call 262-238-7535.

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

M-T Recreation Department is committed to providing high

quality programs and services. If you are not satisfied with

a class, program, or service offered by our department,

let us know your concerns as soon as possible. You will

receive a pro-rated letter of credit that may be applied to

another M-T Recreation Department program. The credit

will be good for two years from the date issued.

HOSPITAL/MEDICAL INSURANCE

The Department does not provide hospital/medical

insurance coverage for people participating in sponsored

activities. Furthermore, the school district does not provide

hospital/medical coverage for Department sponsored

activities. Participants are encouraged to obtain their own

insurance coverage prior to and for the duration of the

activity they take part in from their own insurance agent.

PHOTOGRAPHY PROCEDURES

The M-T Recreation Department uses pictures of

participants in bulletins and displays to inform others of

our recreation opportunities. Those photographed will

not be identified by name. If you do not want your child’s

or any family member’s picture used for M-T Recreation

publications, please inform the Recreation Office.

PROGRAM LEADERSHIP

The Recreation Office is located on the first floor of the

Range Line School building. Office hours are from 7:30

a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Telephone:

238-7535.

Qualified, competent LEADERSHIP is the key to a

successful program. The Recreation Department will

attempt to employ such leaders in all its programs. If you

feel that you are qualified to lead, instruct, or officiate a

specific program, contact the Recreation Office to obtain

the proper application form.


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Mequon, WI 53092

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