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  • AMAZING FALL COLORS

    Back-to-school is in full swing as Young Rembrandts present drawing lessons that encompass a fascinating world of color, pattern and design. Students will strengthen their marker rendering skills as they draw a detailed gumball machine. A drawing of a sandwich will make them hunger for more art. We’ll travel back in time to the age of the pharaohs as we illustrate a decorative, Egyptian headdress. An illustration celebrating the fall season will introduce our colorists to warm and cool colors. Presented by Young Rembrandts
  • After School Ski and Snowboard Club at Wild Mountain

    The after-school ski and snowboarding club will be held at the Wild Mountain Ski Resort, located in Taylors Falls. The club meets for eight sessions. The registration fee includes eight lift tickets, ski corral, one lesson and motorcoach transportation to and from the ski resort. Rental/lease equipment options are available. $110**Transportation Only option is available, students must complete a paper registration form, and attach a copy of their ski pass. in-person only registration to your students' school Co-curricular coordinator/High School Asst. Athletic Director  More information regarding after-school ski and snowboard can be found at  https://www.moundsviewschools.org/CE/skiing
  • Art Club

    Art club is a multi-grade-level activity where students can experiment with a wide variety of media.  Projects are generally student-driven and they are invited to work in clay, acrylic paint, jewelry, collage, and more.  Participants will develop their creative voice and work on at least 4 different art projects.
  • Art With Out Noise (W.O.N.)

    This class is for students who prefer a calm space to create art. A new idea to explore will be introduced in each session, and students will either start a new work of art based on an idea or continue an artwork from a previous session. Painting with watercolor and tempera paint will be the main materials. Pastels and charcoal will be added in later sessions. The goal of the class is to help students grow as artists. Presented by Tammy Nara
  • Bowling - Irondale Team

    What has 10 pins and you throw a ball? If you guessed bowling, you’re correct! Irondale High School has a Bowling team, Yes, a Bowling team. Team is coed and grades 7 – 12 are welcome to join the team. Practices begin in August 12th. We meet at the Mermaid on Mondays at 3:30pm ( Exception, the Tuesday after Labor Day) Competitions are held on Fridays beginning in September at area Bowling centers, the matches start at 3:45pm. The Irondale Bowling team competes in the Minnesota High School Bowling League . The season wraps up in mid –November, unless a State tournament berth is won, State is held in early December. All participants must provide their own transportation to and from all practices and matches. If you have any questions, please contact Gerald Arel at gta1958@msn.com
  • Bowling - Mounds View Team

    Do Mustangs bowl? Yes? Mounds View High School has a bowling team! Both young men and women in grades 7 thru 12 are eligible to join the team. Practice for the 2019 season is on Mondays from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. beginning August 12th at Flaherty's Arden Bowl. Matches against other schools are on Fridays at 3:30 p.m. beginning after school starts at several area bowling centers. The season concludes In mid November unless a state tournament berth is earned. The state tournament is held in December.  Participants must provide their own transportation to and from all practices and matches. If you have any questions please contact Dave Erickson at daveerickson40@hotmail.com.
  • CARTOON EXCITEMENT

    Does your child have a great sense of humor to compliment his or her artistic skills? If so, your child will LOVE a Young Rembrandts Cartoon class. We’ll get the party started with our drawing of lively, party animals. Ordinary, school itemsare brought to life as we illustrate and personify inanimate objects. Another challenging lesson will help our students visualize sounds, and what’s a cartooning class without learning how to draw expressions? Many of our lessons will introduce students to drawing exciting, dynamic characters. Presented by Young Rembrandts
  • Chess Club - Elementary

    Whether you consider yourself a beginner or intermediate player, join this club to meet and interact with other chess players in your school and play on a weekly basis.  We will occasionally be joined by experienced guest players to improve our skill level.  Chess Club shirts will be included in the fee. 
  • Chess Club Middle School

    Whether you consider yourself a beginner or intermediate player, join this club to meet and interact with other chess players in your school and play on a weekly basis. We will occasionally be joined by experienced guest players to improve our skill level. T-shirts are included in the fee. 
  • Chinese Cultural Enrichment Arts & Crafts

    Students will cultivate their crafting skills, creativity and appreciation of artwork via a variety of fun crafts while learning simple Chinese sentences in speaking.
  • Chinese Cultural Enrichment Poems and Song

    While learning to listen and speak simple greetings and recognize simple characters, students will learn to appreciate the beauty of ancient Chinese poems and to be able to recite them in rhythm. Also, students will learn to sing numerous famous songs.
  • Chinese Language and Cultural Enrichment Academy

    While learning to listen and speak simple greetings and recognize simple characters, students will learn to appreciate the beauty of ancient Chinese poems and to be able to recite them in rhythm. Also, students will learn to sing numerous famous songs.  Please select the proper section based on the levels listed below Levels Registration code Beginner: No previous Chinese learning experience  F19-CHINESEACAD-1 Pre-intermediate: At least one year Chinese Learning experience F19-CHINESEACAD-2 Intermediate:  Grades 3-5 with two to three years of Chinese learning experience F19-CHINESEACAD-3
  • Chippewa Glee Club

    Students will learn singing and dancing to popular songs. There will be group, small group and solo numbers. We will culminate with a final concert open to family and friends. Dress rehearsal will be October 30 with a concert on November 1. Presented by Diane Hershey & Brianna Hershey
  • Clay Club

    Clay Club is a super fun activity for all! Projects are generally student drive, however, the instruction may include wheel throwing and slab vases.  Students are invited to explore various hand-building techniques and expand their three-dimensional skills.   Students will create 2-3 projects our of clay, master various clay vocabulary and techniques and explore a variety of glaze processes.
  • Clay Target League - Irondale

    Welcome new and returning athletes to the IHS Clay Target Team registration process.  Clay Target shooting is one of the fastest growing high school sports in Minnesota. We are looking forward to an exciting 2019 fall season. This co-ed program is offered under the administration of the MN High School Clay Target League. The Fall Irondale Clay Target Team will include both Trap and Skeet. Each game requires 50 rounds of shooting, please consider the time commitment, cost and the athletes ability to shoot 100 rounds each competition day when deciding if you should shoot both trap and skeet. If you are new or unfamiliar with clay target sports, I would highly recommend that the athlete sign up for just trap their first year to gauge interest and ability to shoot larger volume games. Trap or Skeet is approximately a 2 hour commitment on competition days while Trap and Skeet would be a 4 hour commitment on our competition days.Please follow these 2 steps to complete your registration for IHS Clay Target Club:***To participate in the Clay Target League you must meet the following prerequisites:*** All athletes must have a MN DNR Hunter Safety certificate to participate - Safety is always First! See the DNR’s website for more information (www.mndnr.gov). (deadline to provide proof of certificate is September 10th) All athletes must be enrolled at IHS in grades 9-12. Register on the Mounds View Community Education (MVCE) website by noon on September 6th, 2019. MVCE will be collecting the range fees (clay target and puller tips) for the 6 week season and the MN Clay Target League fees. Total fees are $148 if you only plan to participate in Trap. An additional $148 will be required if you add Skeet. Range fees 6 weeks, 2 rounds a week, $8 per round = $96 Range Tip $1 per round, 6 weeks, 2 rounds a week = $12 $35 Minnesota Clay Target Registration fee $5 Mounds View Community Education fee After registering with MVCE, you will be sent an email with a link to register with the Minnesota Clay Target League. You will have until noon on September 6th, 2019 to complete your registration. If you have any questions about the registration process or do not receive registration instructions, please email Steve Long at irondaletrapshooting@gmail.com. 
  • Clay Target League - Mounds View

     Students that are new to Clay target, must contact the team coach before registration. Please contact Barry Helgeson at: mvclaytargetclub@gmail.com to get League authorization.   Returning students will automatically be authorized.Welcome new and returning athletes to the MV Clay Target Club registration site. Clay Target shooting is one of the fastest growing high school sports in Minnesota. The Mounds View team is certified by the MN State High School Clay Target League. We are looking forward to an exciting fall session. This co-ed program is offered under the administration of the MN High School Clay Target League.Please note: The MV Clay Target Club uses the MN Hunter Safety certificate or the MN Clay Target SAFE Certification for registration. All athletes must have a MN Hunter Safety certificate or SAFE Certificate to participate - Safety is always first! See the DNR's website for more information (www.mndnr.gov) or contact Barry Helgeson at mvclaytargetclub@gmail.com if you wish to register for SAFE Certification.Please follow these steps to complete your registration for MV Clay Target Club:1) Please email mvclaytargetclub@gmail.com to request that the coach open registration access for you. Returning students will automatically be authorized (please email the team coach, if any problems)2) Once the coach has given you access, registration instructions will be provided by email. Everyone who was previously on the email list will automatically receive registration instructions by August 30, 2019. If you have any problems, please send a note to myclaytargetclub@gmail.com.3) After you receive the registration instructions, register through Mounds View Community Education(MVCE) by September 10, 2019. The $40.00 registration fee will be collected by MVCE. 4. Use the registration instructions provided by email to also register on the on the MN Clay Target League website, by September 10. 2019.*** You must register on both the MVCE website and on the MN Clay Target League website by September 10, 2019, for your registration to be complete. ***If you have any questions about the registration process or do not receive registration instructions, please email Barry Helgeson at mvclaytargetclub@gmail.com.
  • Dodgeball Club

    Join Dodgeball Club! Come play the classic game along with some fun variations that have been created over the years. We will emphasize playing with integrity and good sportsmanship in a fun and safe environment.Presented by Ben Gort and Jeanne Lukens
  • Fencing

    Join this fast growing Olympic sport. Each {YEL!} fencing class follows four basic components:1. Teach It!…Hall of Fame Olympic Fencing Coach Ro Sobalvarro crafts our lessons and curriculum. 2. Practice It!…Students pair up and practice the fencing move or concept, rotate partners and repeat.3. Move It!…Students then participate in fencing matches using only the moves taught so far.4. Play It!…10-15 minutes each class students fence with multiple fencers at their skill level. All equipment provided. Sign up today to THINK, LEARN and PLAY WELL with {YEL!}
  • Field Trip: Afton Apple Orchard

    Spend the day at the apple orchard! Climb aboard the hayride as we learn how to pick our own apples, discover why bees are important and explore the pumpkin patch. Each student will pick three apples and a small pumpkin to bringhome! After the hayride, we will explore the petting zoo and play on the awesome playground. Drop off at 8:30am pick up 5:00pm at the Mounds View High SchoolStudents will need to bring a bag lunch.We will be looking for parent/guardian chaperones for the trip as well. Please indicate on your enrollment if you would be interested.
  • Field trip: Bell Museum, Planetraiun & Raptor Center

    At the Bell Museum students will explore the far reaches of the universe in the Whitney and Elizabeth MacMillan Planetarium, see a glimpse of the diversity of life on Earth and throughout Minnesota, travel back in time to meet a woolly mammoth, and learn about University of Minnesota researchers imagining a better future. After the Bell Museum, we will visit the Raptor Center for an interactive learning experience about vultures, hawks, owls, and falcons and even meet a few!Drop off at 8:30am pick up 5:00pm at the Mounds View High SchoolStudents will need to bring a bag lunch.We will be looking for parent/guardian chaperones for the trip as well. Please indicate on your enrollment if you would be interested.
  • Future Knights: Competitive Girls Volleyball Team

    A collaborative traveling volleyball team with the Irondale Athletics Department. This team will help students gain competitive experience while continuing to improve their volleyball skill set. Players will participate in 8-10 matches with other Northeast Metro middle school teams. The registration fee will include all aspects of the program. Tryouts will be held September 4 - 6, 2019, from 5 - 7 p.m. for team placement.
  • Golf Squad - Elem

    Participants will learn the fundamentals of golf from PGA/LPGA members and associates. In a social and fun environment, participants learn the vocabulary, etiquette, safety, social and technical aspects necessary to enjoy golf for a lifetime. All essentials are provided during class (training equipment, fitted golf clubs, etc.). Each student receives a Golf Squad Handbook and Golf Squad visor to keep.Presented by Golf Squad
  • Golf Squad - Middle School

    Participants will learn the fundamentals of golf from PGA/LPGA members and associates. In a social and fun environment, participants learn the vocabulary, etiquette, safety, social and technical aspects necessary to enjoy golf for a lifetime. All essentials are provided during class (training equipment, fitted golf clubs, etc.). Each student receives a Golf Squad Handbook and Golf Squad visor to keep.Presented by Golf Squad
  • HOLIDAY GIFT MAKING

    This is your child’s chance to create handcrafted gifts just in time for the holiday season! Great gifts for mom, dad, grandma, grandpa and of course that favorite teacher. We’ll make picture frames, clay trinket boxes, snow globes and more. Presented by KidCreate Studio