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  • Art Adventures: Grades 1-3

    Join us for a week of different daily art adventures and see how creative you can be! This summer, we will be exploring a variety of different mediums, and engaging in creative exploration. We will create both 2-D and 3-D projects* using different media and techniques. Please wear or bring an art shirt, apron, or smock to each class. Program taught by Ashley McCabe. *Projects will vary from the ones done last summer. Registration Deadline A $25 late registration fee will be charged if you register less than one week before the program’s start date. Cancellation Policy If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed. Behavior Guidelines Please remember that participation in Community Education programs is voluntary. Students are expected to act respectfully throughout their participation. Community Education reserves the right to remove a student from a program at any time if they display inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
  • Art Adventures: Grades 4-6

    Join us for a week of daily art adventures and watch your inner artist come to life! This summer, we will be learning about different famous artists throughout history while exploring new ways to express our own creativity. We will create both 2-D and 3-D projects using different media and techniques in the morning and afternoon sessions. Please wear or bring an art shirt, apron, or smock to each lesson. Program taught by Jordan Josephsen. *Projects will vary from the ones done last summer. Registration Deadline A $25 late registration fee will be charged if you register less than one week before the program’s start date. Cancellation Policy If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed. Behavior Guidelines Please remember that participation in Community Education programs is voluntary. Students are expected to act respectfully throughout their participation. Community Education reserves the right to remove a student from a program at any time if they display inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
  • Art Discoveries, Grades 1-2

    Channel your summer energy into making new and exciting art! Students will explore diverse approaches to art while experimenting with a variety of different mediums. Bring your imagination and expect to create great things! (McCabe) Registration Deadline A $25 late registration fee will be charged if you register less than one week before the program’s start date. Cancellation Policy If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed. Behavior Guidelines Please remember that participation in Community Education programs is voluntary. Students are expected to act respectfully throughout their participation. Community Education reserves the right to remove a student from a program at any time if they display inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
  • Art Exploration, Grades 3-5

    Bring your imagination to this art camp! Be ready to explore multiple art-making processes. We will engage in printmaking, sewing, collage, and graffiti art. Students will be immersed in an art camp that will involve critical thinking and lots of creativity! (McCabe) Registration Deadline A $25 late registration fee will be charged if you register less than one week before the program’s start date. Cancellation Policy If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed. Behavior Guidelines Please remember that participation in Community Education programs is voluntary. Students are expected to act respectfully throughout their participation. Community Education reserves the right to remove a student from a program at any time if they display inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
  • Band Bash: 6th Grade Band Camp

    This one week, 2 hour/day program gives younger band students the chance to continue developing skills on their instrument over the summer. Students will practice songs as a full band, break up in groups based on instruments to get more focused attention, and enjoy other fun activities that will build community and teamwork. The elementary band camp will conclude with a brief concert for families on June 14 at 1:30 p.m. Cancellation Policy If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed. Behavior Guidelines Please remember that participation in Community Education programs is voluntary. Students are expected to act respectfully throughout their participation. Community Education reserves the right to remove a student from a program at any time if they display inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
  • Band Bash: 7th-8th Grade Rehearsal Band

    This two-week program meets for one hour each day and gives instrumental music students the opportunity to develop their rhythmic skills, strengthen their tone and playing technique, and polish their music reading skills in preparation for the school year. A concert will be held June 21 at 12:15 p.m. at Indian Hills Junior High. Cancellation Policy If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed. Behavior Guidelines Please remember that participation in Community Education programs is voluntary. Students are expected to act respectfully throughout their participation. Community Education reserves the right to remove a student from a program at any time if they display inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
  • Band Bash: AM Private Lessons, Grades 6-12

    Over a 5-week period, students will have weekly 30-minute lessons, with the goal of helping students grow in their skills and prepare for more advanced study. Lessons will be taught by Amanda Thomas. Lessons will be taught in person. Please note: It is the responsibility of the students/families to follow through with their lessons. Any changes must be made directly with the instructor dependent on his availability. Cancellation Policy If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed. Behavior Guidelines Please remember that participation in Community Education programs is voluntary. Students are expected to act respectfully throughout their participation. Community Education reserves the right to remove a student from a program at any time if they display inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
  • Band Bash: PM Private Lessons, Grades 6-12

    Over a 5-week period, students will have weekly 30-minute lessons, with the goal of helping students grow in their skills and prepare for more advanced study. Lessons will be taught by Jon Lewis. Lessons will be taught in person. Please note: It is the responsibility of the students/families to follow through with their lessons. Any changes must be made directly with the instructor dependent on his availability. Cancellation Policy If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed. Behavior Guidelines Please remember that participation in Community Education programs is voluntary. Students are expected to act respectfully throughout their participation. Community Education reserves the right to remove a student from a program at any time if they display inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
  • Camp Champs

    Camp Champs is a parent pay summer program for students in special education entering grades 1-9. Camp Champs is designed to provide reinforcement skills in academic and social areas. All of the sessions will have daily rotations, which include: language arts (reading/writing), math, and social skills. Students, along with peer role models, will also eat snack together, read aloud, and enjoy indoor/outdoor large group games. If you have not participated in Camp Champs previously please contact Katie Hoover at hooverk@wdmcs.org, prior to enrollment, to make sure your child is eligible for the program. Scholarships Scholarships are based on financial need and are available to assist WDMCS students with tuition for most programs. Students must attend school, or live within the WDMCS district boundaries. You can fill out the request by clicking here. This program is a parent pay option and does not qualify as extended school year service.
  • Camp Kindergarten at Fairmeadows

    This four day program gives our youngest students an opportunity to experience what it will be like to be a Kindergartner! This summer adventure can give them an extra boost of confidence for their first day of school. Students will enjoy fun activities and crafts, and also learn basic routines to help them transition into kindergarten. Activities will be sent home that will help them further prepare for the transition to school. You may choose any site that works for you and are not restricted to your child’s home school, but please only register for one.
  • Camp Kindergarten at Hillside

    This four day program gives our youngest students an opportunity to experience what it will be like to be a kindergartner! This summer adventure can give them an extra boost of confidence for their first day of school. Students will enjoy fun activities and crafts, and also learn basic routines to help them transition into kindergarten. Activities will be sent home that will help them further prepare for the transition to school. You may choose any site that works for you and are not restricted to your child’s home school, but please only register for one.
  • Camp Kindergarten at Jordan Creek

    This four day program gives our youngest students an opportunity to experience what it will be like to be a Kindergartner! This summer adventure can give them an extra boost of confidence for their first day of school. Students will enjoy fun activities and crafts, and also learn basic routines to help them transition into kindergarten. Activities will be sent home that will help them further prepare for the transition to school. You may choose any site that works for you and are not restricted to your child’s home school, but please only register for one.
  • Camp Kindergarten at Western Hills

    This four day program gives our youngest students an opportunity to experience what it will be like to be a kindergartener! This summer adventure can give them an extra boost of confidence for their first day of school. Students will enjoy fun activities and crafts, and also learn basic routines to help them transition into kindergarten. Activities will be sent home that will help them further prepare for the transition to school. You may choose any site that works for you and are not restricted to your child’s home school, but please only register for one.
  • Chemical Magic, Grades 3-5

    Are you interested in learning about "substances" and "chemical reactions." Students will see that chemical reactions enable us to make new materials by transforming the ones we have. The results of these reactions are interesting and can be very useful. Students will determine whether magic potions are real and explore whether a person can transform something worthless into gold. Students will also determine what rubber, fireworks, and silly putty have in common and why some things explode.(Ryan) Registration Deadline A $25 late registration fee will be charged if you register less than one week before the program’s start date. Cancellation Policy If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed. Behavior Guidelines Please remember that participation in Community Education programs is voluntary. Students are expected to act respectfully throughout their participation. Community Education reserves the right to remove a student from a program at any time if they display inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
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    Coding Adventures, Grades 1-2

    For students entering grades 1-2 Join us on a computer coding quest! Each day, students will explore how simple computer programs are set up. Then, students will learn the basics of writing computer code—just like engineers and mathematicians. (Tonder) Registration Deadline A $25 late registration fee will be charged if you register less than one week before the program’s start date. Cancellation Policy If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed. Behavior Guidelines Please remember that participation in Community Education programs is voluntary. Students are expected to act respectfully throughout their participation. Community Education reserves the right to remove a student from a program at any time if they display inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
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    Coding Adventures, Grades 3-5

    Join us for coding fun! Each day, students will explore a different coding experiences and will dive deeper into coding by writing some of their own code! Students will use their imagination and implement creative thinking skills while creating code. (Tonder) Registration Deadline A $25 late registration fee will be charged if you register less than one week before the program’s start date. Cancellation Policy If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed. Behavior Guidelines Please remember that participation in Community Education programs is voluntary. Students are expected to act respectfully throughout their participation. Community Education reserves the right to remove a student from a program at any time if they display inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
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    Deep Sea Adventures (AM), Grades 1-2

    Join us for a deep sea adventure! We'll go on imaginative underwater explorations to study the ocean and its incredible creatures. Each day, we'll dive into a variety of hands-on activities that will immerse us in the wonders of the sea. Session taught by JinHee Anderson. Registration Deadline: A $25 late registration fee will be charged if you register less than one week before the program’s start date. If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed.
  • Destination Mars: Rocketry Course, Grades 3-5

    Launch and watch your very own rocket speed 300 feet into the air! Then it is yours to take home! Students will make and take home multiple rockets of varying difficulty throughout this session. We will use these rockets and airplanes to investigate basic aeronautical concepts including: propulsion, thrust, lift, drag and more. We will also hypothesize about travel in outer space, how to get a United States astronaut to Mars and life on Mars. Do you have the right stuff? Please visit YouthEnrichmentLeague.com for more information. NOTE: Parents will be asked to contribute two, 2 liter soda bottles (empty) for 2 different experiments. Fee includes $25 materials fee. Registration Deadline A $25 late registration fee will be charged if you register less than one week before the program’s start date. Cancellation Policy If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed. Behavior Guidelines Please remember that participation in Community Education programs is voluntary. Students are expected to act respectfully throughout their participation. Community Education reserves the right to remove a student from a program at any time if they display inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
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    Explore the Rainforest (PM), Grades 1-2

    Have you ever wondered what it's like to go to a rainforest? Join us to learn about the different types of rainforests, animals, plants, and what it would take to survive in a rainforest! Session taught by JinHee Anderson. Registration Deadline: A $25 late registration fee will be charged if you register less than one week before the program’s start date. If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed.
  • Fencing, Grades 3-7

    New and returning students are invited. Your favorite instructors return with more knowledge, refined coaching skills and, of course, your favorite fencing games and arm bands. Safety is our first priority. We supply safety swords, protective masks, chest plates and jackets, in a high-octane, inclusive environment. Visit YELKids.com for more info. Sign up today to join this sport deemed the “sport of the intellectual athlete!” Cancellation Policy If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed. Behavior Guidelines Please remember that participation in Community Education programs is voluntary. Students are expected to act respectfully throughout their participation. Community Education reserves the right to remove a student from a program at any time if they display inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
  • Jump Start, Grades 1-5

    Jump Start is a fun week filled with activities designed to help students prepare for the upcoming school year. Each morning will be spent refreshing students’ math, reading, and writing skills, while the afternoons will be filled with art, P.E., and science! This is an all-day program with lunch and recess scheduled mid-day. Food is not provided, so please have your child bring a sack lunch. If weather permits, recess will be outside, so please put sunscreen on your child before Jump Start. Registration Deadline A $25 late registration fee will be charged if you register less than one week before the program’s start date. Cancellation Policy If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed. Behavior Guidelines Please remember that participation in Community Education programs is voluntary. Students are expected to act respectfully throughout their participation. Community Education reserves the right to remove a student from a program at any time if they display inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
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    Junior Zoologist (PM), Grades 1-2

    Take on the role of a Zoologist and explore an animal of your choice and learn about the lifestyle and habitat of that animal. Student Zoologists will be using kid-friendly websites, books, zoo watch cams from the Smithsonian's National Zoo website, and other popular zoos. Zoologists will collect data on the animal's behavior and create a graph to explain their data. Zoologists will create a poster that shares their learning to take home at the end of the week! Session taught by Sabrina Havig. Registration Deadline: A $25 late registration fee will be charged if you register less than one week before the program’s start date. If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed.
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    Mock Trial Camp, Grades 6-8

    Interested in acting, law, criminal justice, or just want to have fun? Join the mock trial camp! This camp is a one week opportunity to experience the world of mock trial before deciding whether or not to participate in middle/high school mock trial. This is also a great opportunity for previous mock trial participants to refine their skills! We will go through an actual mock trial case, learn about how mock trial works, prepare attorney/witness parts, and perform the case in front of a live audience! Session led by Luke Wittrock, Valley High School honors student.
  • Ocean and Animal Adventures, Grades 1-2

    How does the ocean impact our environment? Ever wonder how animals live in and around the ocean? Sign up for this class and explore the mysteries of the ocean, the animals who live there, how their habitats work together, and why it’s important to protect them. (Anderson) Registration Deadline A $25 late registration fee will be charged if you register less than one week before the program’s start date. Cancellation Policy If you are unable to take the class you can request a refund before the second day of class. There will be a $25 deduction from any refunds except programs canceled by Community Ed. Behavior Guidelines Please remember that participation in Community Education programs is voluntary. Students are expected to act respectfully throughout their participation. Community Education reserves the right to remove a student from a program at any time if they display inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.