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  • "Snow-Many" Winter Crafts

    “Snow-Many” Winter Crafts Ages 2-5 Listen to stories and create a special winter inspired craft. Take home a list of many more creative ideas to stay busy inside on those cold days. Parents are expected to assist their child during this class.

    01/07/2020 Registration for 2019-2020 is currently closed. Please contact the office to be added to a waitlist. WHAT DO WE DO IN PRESCHOOL? Three Year Old (children 3 on or before 9/1/19) Familiarization with school routines including separation, transitions, and turn-taking. Children will develop rule following skills in a group setting and develop social/emotional skills with peer interaction. It is our mission to help foster a love of learning through play-based activities and beginning concepts. Fours and Fives (children 4 on or before 9/1/19) Cooperative group interactions, turn-taking, independence and socialization skills. Literacy preparation including letter/sound recognition, reading, listening, and questioning. Pre-math skills of sorting, patterning, counting, and quantifying objects. Fine motor practice including name writing and scissor skills. A solid foundation of skills to prepare children for kindergarten.
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  • 2 Left Feet Social Dance Workshop

    2 Left Feet Dance Workshop Convinced that you have 2-left feet and that dancing is not meant for you? Or, someone you know? But still…it would be helpful to know a few steps. Just in case… This workshop is easy and only 1 session! Geared to beginners you’ll enjoy fun patterns, easy turns and be dancing together before you know it! More than enough to provide a full night of dancing! Couples only please! Monica Mohn
  • 55 Alive Mature Driving 8 Hour and 4 Hour Refresher Classes

    55 Alive (8-Hour & 4-Hour Refresher Classes) 8 HOUR CLASS: The 55 Alive Mature Driving 8-hour class is an innovative classroom driver retraining program for persons age 55 and over that is designed to help improve their driving skills. This 8-hour course is geared to the specific needs of older motorists. Minnesota state law requires all insurance companies to give a premium deduction to all persons who complete this accident prevention course. You must attend both days for the 8-hour class in order to obtain a certificate. 4 HOUR REFRESHER: The 55 Alive Mature Driving 4-hour refresher class is for those individuals who have completed the 8-hour defensive driving program and need to renew their certification. 55 Alive classes are held at: *Community Education Center 60 Central Ave. W St. Michael, MN 55376 Room 209 (Enter Door A or B) *Community Education Center is the building directly behind the "historic Catholic Church" on Hwy 19. There is a one-way small road off of Hwy 19 (between the cemetery and church) that brings you into the parking lot by Door A enter there. Fee: $25 for AARP members, $30 for non-AARP members Instructors: Shawn Taylor / Terri Hogenson Please bring your AARP Membership card (if applicable) and Driver License to class. Participants who attend these classes will receive AARP a certificate for your insurance company at the end of the course. 4-Hour Refresher Classes Course #118F1 Wednesday, September 13, 2023 5:30pm - 9:30pm Course #118F2 Tuesday, October 10, 2023 1:00pm - 5:00pm Course #118F3 Wednesday, November 8, 2023 5:30pm - 9:30pm Course #118F4 Monday, December 11, 2023 1:00pm - 5:00pm 8-Hour Classes (Participants must attend both dates) Course #118F5 Tuesday, September 26, 2023 Wednesday, September 27, 2023 5:30pm - 9:30pm both days Course #118F6 Tuesday, November 14, 2023 Wednesday, November 15, 2023 5:30pm - 9:30pm both days Course #118F7 Monday, December 18, 2023 Tuesday, December 19, 2023 1:00pm - 5:00pm both days
  • A Parent's Guide to Tik Tok

    A Parent’s Guide to Tik Tok Have you heard about the latest new app called TikTok? In this fun class we'll take a look at the fastest growing social media app used by millions each day. Learn how it's used and how parents can also help their kids stay safe while on it. We'll cover everything you need to know as it's paving the future of a new social media. All presentations will be recorded and available to play back on demand. Attending the live session is not required. Nickie Welsh
  • Activity Center

    Knights Activity Center (AC) Memberships: Individual, Family, and Student Memberships available at the HS Activity Center. The AC has 6 basketball courts, baseball and softball cages, 5,000 sq. ft. fitness center, and an indoor running/walking track for the public to use. For more information call 763.497.6541 The Activity Center is located at: St. Michael-Albertville High School 5800 Jamison Ave NE, St. Michael, MN 55376 Entrance: Door C Activity Center Hours: Monday – Friday 5:00AM – 8:30AM and 3:30PM – 9:00 PM Saturday & Sunday 8:00AM – 5:00PM Beginning February 1, 2021 all day pass users age 16 and over will be required to show ID to verify residency. Failure to provide an ID will result in the payment of the non-resident rate of $20.
  • Adult Spanish in the Kitchen - Virtual

    ADULT SPANISH IN THE KITCHEN - ‘Vamos a Comer y Cocinar’ - LIVE VIRTUAL In this dynamic class, participants will learn useful Spanish vocabulary and conversation components around a food and cooking theme that can be applied to real life settings. Topics will include typical Hispanic dishes, restaurant vocabulary, understanding the market experience, setting the table, cooking from a recipe, food vocabulary, and conversation elements. Open to new and previous Spanish conversation participants. Basic Spanish experience is preferred.
  • Albertville Primary

    • Kids Play/Just 4 Kids/Club Knights
    • School Year 2023-24
    Kids Play is a quality, extended day childcare program that is a well supervised environment where children can develop physical, social, and emotional skills. We provide your child with a wide variety of activities that enrich their learning, encourage friendships, and provide opportunities for exploration. Kids Play is sponsored by St. Michael-Albertville Community Education. Just 4 Kids is a childcare program through Kids Play. Children must be 4 years old by Sept. 1.
  • Anoka History & Mystery Tour

    Anoka History & Mystery Tour This is a fun-filled day exploring Anoka! Take a docent led tour through the Anoka County History Center. Walk through the Exhibit Hall and Library, celebrating both the told and untold stories of Anoka County. Exhibitions, have been nationally recognized and tell the story of Anoka County and its people with objects, photographs, and documents from the collection. A portion of the exhibit space is reserved for a military gallery. This has featured all the major conflicts since the Civil War. After the tour enjoy time on your own to exploring the galleries at your own pace and visit the gift store. Then you'll be treated to a step-on-guide on a narrated riding tour full of history and mystery. This historic village is situated on two rivers. A perfect place to power the saw mills. Enjoy the folklore, the traditions, industries and culture that has caused the community to thrive. Then off to lunch at the Green Haven Golf Course, meal choice options: Walleye Sandwich or Chicken Parmesan. After lunch, shop at Hans' Bakery for some “history in the baking“ original recipes with some of the original bakers.You can purchase Hans' famous German Beehive, some old fashion donuts, mint brownies, apple fritters, cookies and more. What a treat!! NOTE: Gratuity for the bus driver is always appreciated. 126F • Anoka Thursday, November 9, 2023 9:30 AM Depart St. Michael Elem. Front Parking Lot 3:15 PM Approximate Return Fee: $105 (includes tour guide, lunch, and motor coach bus transportation) Registration & payment deadline October 9, 2023
  • Aquatics

    Email or call Tom Werner Aquatics Coordinator, for any pool related questions or 763.497.2655 ext. 3554 Pool location: St. Michael-Albertville Middle School East 4862 Naber Ave NE St. Michael, MN 55376 ENTRANCE: DOOR H AQUA AEROBICS: Monday, Wednesday & Friday mornings 7:30am-8:20am Classes are ongoing. No online registration necessary! Simply show up to class, either pay for one class at a time or purchase a punch card from the instructor. AQUA AEROBICS FEES: $6.00 per visit or $72.00 for 12 punches on a card. Pay Instructor. LAP SWIM: Monday, Wednesday, Friday mornings 7:30am - 8:20am LAP SWIM FEES: $3.00 per visit or $36.00 for 12 punches on a card, purchase from Pool Coordinator Activity Center members swim for FREE during Lap Swim! OPEN SWIM: Summer months only OPEN SWIM FEES: Children 4 and under: FREE Students and Adults: $3 each Family (immediate family): $6 Children 7 and under must be accompanied by an adult in the water.
  • Autumn Art

    Autumn Art Ages 2-5 Inspired by the oldest form of printmaking. Learn how to create a fall tree using a potato stamp. Parents are expected to assist their child during this class.
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    BASKETBALL - Boys In-House Basketball 5th & 6th Grade

    BASKETBALL - Boys In-House Basketball (Grades 5 & 6) Course # 287F56 Volunteer coaches are needed, so please sign up when you register your child online. Practices begins in October and ends with an in-house tournament on Saturday, December 16. Coaches meeting is Tuesday, Oct. 17th at 6:00pm in the Community Education Cafeteria. Rosters will be emailed to parents Oct. 19th. If you ordered a jersey and/or shorts you can pick them up at the Community Education office M-F 8:30am-4pm. Course # 287F56 Boys In-House Basketball (Grades 5 & 6) Practices: M/Th starting the week of Oct. 23 to Dec. 14. (No practice November 20, 23) 6:15 - 7:15 PM High School Activity Center 5800 Jamison Ave. St. Michael, Mn. 55376 (Enter Door C) Games: Saturday mornings Nov. 4 - Dec. 9 Location: TBD In-house Tournament: Saturday, Dec. 16 Location and time: TBD Fees: $62 (fee without jersey or optional shorts) // $88 (fee + jersey) // $102.00 (fee + Jersey + shorts) // $76.00 (fee + shorts) NOTE: All players must have a jersey (jersey fee $26), optional shorts are available for purchase (shorts fee $14)

    Only the afternoon M-TH session for fours/fives is available at this time. Continue the registration process to be added to MWF or T/TH waitlists. Part-time preschool for children ages 3-5 years. Bright Beginnings is a 4-Star, Parent Aware rated program. More information can be found on the STMA DISTRICT website. CLICK HERE for the brochure Questions can be answered at 2023-24 FEES will remain the same as 22-23 2 Mornings, $175 per month 3 Mornings, $215 per month 4 Afternoons, $260 per month 2 School Days, $280 per month *Scholarships available for those who qualify. We do not offer any before or after childcare or busing.
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  • Baby and Me

    Newborn-12 months Non Separating Congrats on your new little knight! Connect with other parents of newborns in the community, ask questions, and share parenting experiences. The class is an excellent way to get a “successful start” at parenting! We know babies are unpredictable! Families are free to come and go as their child’s schedule allows! Class is FREE to ECFE participants. Sibling care available! All participants will receive a free welcome baby goodie bag! We are excited to meet your little one and join your family in this exciting journey.
  • Babysitting 101

    Babysitting 101 Grades 5-8 This course follows the American Academy of Pediatrics – Babysitter Lessons And Safety Training (BLAST). Students learn current practices for safety and injury prevention, first aid basics, feeding and caring for infants, how to handle behavior problems, and how to manage their babysitting business. Students receive a reference book, recipe and game handouts, babysitting bag and first aid kit. Emergency Outfitters
  • Barre Fusion

    Barre Fusion BarreFusion is a low-impact, total body workout that offers rhythmic movement, high repetition strength exercises, and athletic dance moves in an easy to learn, fun to take Barre class. Inspired by ballet, this class will help enhance muscle tone, posture, and flexibility - all easily modified to your own strength and skill level. Please bring a yoga mat and water bottle. Casey Smith, Certified Personal Trainer
  • Basic Dog Obedience

    Basic Dog Obedience This class is for dogs 5 months and older. Work on basic obedience commands such as heel, sit, stay, come, stand and down. All training is done on leash and collar. Dogs will be introduced fun obstacles and taught proper behavior in a public setting. All training is done on leash. All participants must bring proof of vaccinations (per veterinarian’s recommendations), collar and leash, along with treats. Classes are held at the Monticello Dog Academy located at 4300 School Blvd, Monticello, MN 55362. Instructor: Andrea Dubay
  • Basketball - Boys In-House Basketball 1st - 4th Grades

    Basketball - Boys In-House Basketball (Grades 1 - 4) Volunteer coaches are needed for all grade levels so please sign up when you register your child online. The coaches meeting will be Mon., Dec. 11 at 6:00pm in the Middle School West Cafeteria Games will be played on Saturday mornings, starting January 13. Players must have or purchase a reversible jersey which are available in the Community Education office M-F from 8:30am - 4:00pm. Practice and game schedules with gym locations will be emailed to you by December 20. 139F1 (Grade 1) Mondays, Jan 8 - Feb 19 6:15 - 7:15 PM Gym: TBD 139F2 (Grade 2) Thursdays, Jan 4 - Feb 29 (No Class Jan. 25) 6:15 - 7:15 PM Gym: TBD 139F3 (Grade 3) Tuesdays, Jan 2 - Feb 19 and Monday, Feb. 26 (No Class Feb. 20) 6:15 - 7:15 PM Gym: TBD 139F4 (Grade 4) Mondays, Jan 8 - Feb 26 6:15 - 7:15 PM Gym: TBD Fees: $62.00 (fee without jersey or optional shorts) // $88 (fee + jersey) // $102.00 (fee + Jersey + shorts) // $76.00 (fee + shorts) NOTE: All players must have a jersey (jersey fee $26), optional shorts are available for purchase (shorts fee $14)
  • Beginner Welding

    Beginner Welding Adults 18+ Designed for the beginning welder, techniques will be demonstrated in OxyAcetylene welding and cutting, Arc welding, MIG welding and for those interested in welding aluminum, TIG welding. Time will be available for practice welding as well as project building. The instructor is a former STMA HS Industrial Arts teacher. Class is limited to 10, so register early! A supply fee will be payable to the instructor at class, depending on the project(s) that you choose to do. Scott Danielson
  • Beginner-Intermediate Embroidery

    Beginner-Intermediate Embroidery Grades 9-12 Want to learn how to embroider or improve your skills? In this class participants will learn basic embroidery skills and work on completing a hoop embroidery project that can be hung in their home. Participants will choose from pattern options to create a unique piece that they’ll love. Participants can choose 1 section to sign up for, or both if they want to build on their experience in the second. Start a new project in each class.
  • Best Buddies

    Birth to 5 years Separating with Parent Group A class specifically for families with children on IFSP/IEPs in the STMA school district. If your child receives home visiting or attends preschool on an IEP this is your class! Family and friends try to understand the unique situations of parenting a child with special needs, but they just don’t understand. Families will spend time together exploring the room and participating in group activities, then parents will have the opportunity to separate. Conversations and resources, support and laughter are the key components to parenting time. This class is FREE to all participants. Sibling care is provided for free.