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  • MN High School E-Sports

    Join the Mounds View Public Schools Esports and compete against other high schools run through Minnesota Varsity League (MMVL)! Each season begins with 2 (two) weeks of preseason, followed by 8 (eight) weeks of regular season and State Finals. Each game is scheduled to be played weekly. See the dates and times below. Your team and coach will virtually check-in with each other on a weekly basis and you will be required to practice with your team 4-8+ hours a week. MNVL Games include: ● SSBU 3v3 (Crew Battle) ● Minecraft 4v4 ● Smite ● SSB 1v2 ● Minecraft 4v4 ● Chess ● Rocket League 3v3 ● Mario Kart 8 (club) ● Fortnite - No Builds (club) You will need to have the required console/computer to compete. You must also have an account for the game that you will be playing (i.e. Riot account for League of Legends), and discord, as you will link these with your League Spot account. For any questions, please email: idesports@moundsviewschools.org MNVL LeagueSpot Website: https://mnvl.leaguespot.gg/organizations/dfc7da3e-db0b-4f49-af53-d672dfdf6f7f
  • Volleyball Skills

    Focus on key skills such as passing, serving, and hitting. Skill games are also incorporated giving players experience and a better understanding of the game. Presented by DASH Sports. Reduced Fees & Financial Assistance: Youth who are residing within the Mounds View Public Schools boundaries and currently qualify for educational benefits and/or free/reduced lunch may be eligible for reduced fees and partial scholarships to qualifying Enrichment & Activities programs. Financial support is provided by the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, District Community Education Scholarship fund and other community donors. Qualifying Enrichment and Activities will have a Financial Support/Educational Benefits fee rate that is 50% of the full fee for the program. If additional support is needed, please see the call 651-621-6020 and/or click here to complete the Youth Financial Assistance Request Form
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    Chess Club

    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. If they are new to the game, players will learn the basic rules and strategies of chess. Tournament play is encouraged outside of the club, but not required. Presented by CSGA Enrichment. Reduced Fees & Financial Assistance: Youth who are residing within the Mounds View Public Schools boundaries and currently qualify for educational benefits and/or free/reduced lunch may be eligible for reduced fees and partial scholarships to qualifying Enrichment & Activities programs. Financial support is provided by the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, District Community Education Scholarship fund and other community donors. Qualifying Enrichment and Activities will have a Financial Support/Educational Benefits fee rate that is 50% of the full fee for the program. If additional support is needed, please see the call 651-621-6020 and/or click here to complete the Youth Financial Assistance Request Form
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    Northeast Regional Open Chess Final Tournament

    Elementary and secondary chess players are invited to participate in the ""NE Regional Open Chess Final". Whether you participated in a chess club or not in the fall, winter, or spring, you are invited to compete in this short, fun tournament where you can play students from other schools and districts. Time controls will be used when necessary to keep the tournament within time constraints. The format and recognition will be based on the number of registered participants in each grade level and school. Anticipated sections will be Secondary 7th-12th, Invitational Elementary (Top Club Players), Open Elementary K-1st & 2nd-6th. Pre-registration is encouraged, but walk-ins will be accepted. Tournament etiquette and procedures will be explained at the event for players new to tournament play. Players are not eliminated. Everyone plays in each round unless there is a bye because of an odd number of participants. Typically there are 4-5 rounds. Check-in will be 30 minutes before the posted start time. A great way to end the Chess season. Concessions Available: Breakfast, Lunch & Snack Items Supervision will be provided. Parents/guardians are allow to stay, but are not allowed in the playing area and will be asked to wait in the lobby area.
  • Chippewa Maker and Coder Club

    Join us for open lab time after school at Chippewa Participants can learn 3D printing, laser cutting, vinyl cutting, Scratch, embroidery, Python and more. They can use this time to pursue individual projects that they are interested in completing. Presented by Jeremy Hieb & Boyd Weiger Please note due to schedule changes the instructors have moved this class to Wednesdays Reduced Fees & Financial Assistance: Youth who are residing within the Mounds View Public Schools boundaries and currently qualify for educational benefits and/or free/reduced lunch may be eligible for reduced fees and partial scholarships to qualifying Enrichment & Activities programs. Financial support is provided by the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, District Community Education Scholarship fund and other community donors. Qualifying Enrichment and Activities will have a Financial Support/Educational Benefits fee rate that is 50% of the full fee for the program. If additional support is needed, please see the call 651-621-6020 and/or click here to complete the Youth Financial Assistance Request Form
  • Swimming - Monday/Wednesday

    All swimmers are welcome to swim with friends and work on improving stroke, Skill-building, strength and conditioning plus competitions. Activities will not meet on non-school days. Activity buses are available after practice for eligible students. Game day busing will bring all students to host school departing at 2:35pm and return remaining students to their home school ONLY by 5:30pm. Please bring a swimsuit, towel and water bottle. Practices from 2:30-3:40pm; meets are 3:00-5:00pm on 3/20 & 4/3 at Edgewood Middle School (tentative schedule) Application for Education Benefits Intramural Sports Calendar for Practices & Games
  • Gym Games & Activities (Chippewa Only)

    Participants will choose from a wide variety of fun options such as Big Base, dodgeball, basketball, floor hockey, capture the flag and more. All boys and girls in grades 6 – 8 are encouraged to participate. Activity buses are available to eligible students after practices. Gym Games is non-competitive; practice and fun in-house games only. Practice Mondays and Wednesdays 2:30-3:40pm Application for Education Benefits Intramural Sports Calendar for Practices
  • Pickup Basketball - Coed (Edgewood)

    Looking for more court time? Pickup basketball will consist of changing teams playing half-court or full-court games. Intramural Basketball focuses on sportsmanship, skill-building and teamwork. All students in grades 6-8 are encouraged to participate; no experience necessary!! Activity buses are available after practice for eligible students. Practices Mondays & Wednesdays from 2:30-3:40pm Please bring a water bottle and tennis shoes. Application for Education Benefits Intramural Sports Calendar for Practices
  • Introductory Drawing

    Calling all doodlers! Are you ready to take your drawings to the next level? We’ve got the perfect class for you! In this advanced class designed specifically for older artists, we’ll learn and master a simple step-by-step method to truly fantastic drawings. From cute koalas, radiant sunsets and a lighthouse that glows-in-the-dark, we’ll hone our drawing skills as we create unique masterpieces any burgeoning artist would be proud of! Presented by Kid Create Studio Reduced Fees & Financial Assistance: Youth who are residing within the Mounds View Public Schools boundaries and currently qualify for educational benefits and/or free/reduced lunch may be eligible for reduced fees and partial scholarships to qualifying Enrichment & Activities programs. Financial support is provided by the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, District Community Education Scholarship fund and other community donors. Qualifying Enrichment and Activities will have a Financial Support/Educational Benefits fee rate that is 50% of the full fee for the program. If additional support is needed, please see the call 651-621-6020 and/or click here to complete the Youth Financial Assistance Request Form
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    Indoor Soccer (Futsal) - Highview

    Co-ed Intramural soccer focuses on developing soccer skills including dribbling, passing, shooting and ball control. Students engage in fun drills and games while continuing to promote good sportsmanship and team play. Activity buses are available after practice for eligible students. All Students in grades 6-8 are encouraged to participate; no experience is necessary. No Traveling Competition Days. Practices Mondays & Wednesdays 2:30-3:40pm Please bring a water bottle and tennis shoes (shin guards are recommended but not required) Application for Education Benefits Intramural Sports Calendar for Practices
  • Swimming - Tuesday/Thursday (practice only)

    All swimmers are welcome to swim with friends and work on improving stroke technique, strength, teamwork and sportsmanship. Tuesday & Thursday: Practice only (no competition days). Activities will not meet on non-school days. Activity buses are available after practice for eligible students. Please bring a swimsuit, towel and water bottle. Practices from 2:30-3:40pm Application for Education Benefits Intramural Sports Calendar for Practices
  • Table Tennis - Coed (Chippewa Only)

    Participants will learn the correct technique for serving and will practice basic table tennis strokes including forehand drive, backhand drive, forehand push and backhand push. Fun in-house competitions will challenge students to put their new skills to the test individually and in pairs. Open to all students 6 - 8th grade. No experience is needed. This is offered at Chippewa only, there will be no competitions with the other schools. Activity buses are available at 3:45pm for qualified students. Practices from 2:30-3:40pm Application for Education Benefits Intramural Sports Calendar for Practices
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    Badminton - Coed (Edgewood & Highview Only)

    Badminton is a racquet sport played using racquets to hit a shuttlecock across a net. Participants can play in singles or doubles. Badminton is offered at Highview and Edgewood Only and will not participate in competitions. Activity buses are available after practice for eligible students at 3:45pm. Practices from 2:30-3:40pm Application for Education Benefits Intramural Sports Calendar for Practices
  • Knights Youth Baseball Clinic

    Learn the fundamentals of sound play - fielding, hitting and pitching. Participants will learn drills that they can take home with them to continue their baseball development. Players will practice with a purpose as they learn how to play the game of baseball. Coaches will emphasize respect for the game and respect of others. Presented by Irondale Knights Baseball. Reduced Fees & Financial Assistance: Youth who are residing within the Mounds View Public Schools boundaries and currently qualify for educational benefits and/or free/reduced lunch may be eligible for reduced fees and partial scholarships to qualifying Enrichment & Activities programs. Financial support is provided by the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, District Community Education Scholarship fund and other community donors. Qualifying Enrichment and Activities will have a Financial Support/Educational Benefits fee rate that is 50% of the full fee for the program. If additional support is needed, please see the call 651-621-6020 and/or click here to complete the Youth Financial Assistance Request Form
  • Advanced Ninja Rec Team

    Ninja Obstacle Training is extremely popular with kids and is a fun, unique way to develop confidence, strength, endurance, balance, and friendships! Sign up today to see how Ninja is easily one of the fastest growing sports today! Not only is it the fastest growing sport, but it is the fastest growing cross- training sport as well. Athletes benefit from training in agility, power, perseverance, and resilience; attributes that all athletes strive to improve. Our Conquer Advanced Rec Team is designed for youth, ages 6-13 , who have already done Rec Team before, and are past the beginner level. This 8 weeklong Rec Team consists of 6 practices and 2 competitions (week 4 and week 8). Location: Ninja Warrior Blaine
  • Conquer Rec Team

    Our Conquer Rec Team is designed for youth ages 6-13, beginner to intermediate levels. This team is great for those just starting their Ninja journey or those looking to start competing! Weekly practices, all in-house, with the same group of kids. In-house gym competitions take place during the fourth and seventh weeks. Location: Ninja Warrior Blaine
  • LEGO Brick Harry Potter 2-Day Camp

    Whether Muggle or Magical, these projects inspired by J. K. Rowling’s beloved books and, of course, LEGO bricks are sure to capture your young artist’s imagination. We’ll construct with LEGO Bricks, invent spells and create with paint, clay and other art supplies to make magical masterpieces that your Harry Potter fan will love! Presented by KidCreate Studios. Reduced Fees & Financial Assistance: Youth who are residing within the Mounds View Public Schools boundaries and currently qualify for educational benefits and/or free/reduced lunch may be eligible for reduced fees and partial scholarships to qualifying Enrichment & Activities programs. Financial support is provided by the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, District Community Education Scholarship fund and other community donors. Qualifying Enrichment and Activities will have a Financial Support/Educational Benefits fee rate that is 50% of the full fee for the program. If additional support is needed, please see the call 651-621-6020 and/or click here to complete the Youth Financial Assistance Request Form
  • Canvas & Clay 2-Day Camp

    Creating with clay and painting on canvas; it just doesn’t get any better than that! In this camp, your child will get to experiment with many different types of art while learning simple step-by-step painting and clay techniques. They will make 3D bears, owls that glow-in-the-dark, a scratchboard painting of a cat and so much more! Presented by KidCreate Studios. Reduced Fees & Financial Assistance: Youth who are residing within the Mounds View Public Schools boundaries and currently qualify for educational benefits and/or free/reduced lunch may be eligible for reduced fees and partial scholarships to qualifying Enrichment & Activities programs. Financial support is provided by the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, District Community Education Scholarship fund and other community donors. Qualifying Enrichment and Activities will have a Financial Support/Educational Benefits fee rate that is 50% of the full fee for the program. If additional support is needed, please see the call 651-621-6020 and/or click here to complete the Youth Financial Assistance Request Form
  • Slime-Tastic Art 2-Day Camp

    We’ll explore different slime recipes as we create tons of gooey, sparkly, stretchy, messy goo. From an out-of-thisworld glitter solar system slime, confetti cake slime and bubblegum scented slime, we’ll make a different slime during each day of class. We’ll even throw in a little painting and sculpting on the side, too! Roll up your sleeves and get ready for the Slime-Tastic time you’ve been waiting for! Presented by KidCreate Studios. Reduced Fees & Financial Assistance: Youth who are residing within the Mounds View Public Schools boundaries and currently qualify for educational benefits and/or free/reduced lunch may be eligible for reduced fees and partial scholarships to qualifying Enrichment & Activities programs. Financial support is provided by the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, District Community Education Scholarship fund and other community donors. Qualifying Enrichment and Activities will have a Financial Support/Educational Benefits fee rate that is 50% of the full fee for the program. If additional support is needed, please see the call 651-621-6020 and/or click here to complete the Youth Financial Assistance Request Form
  • Art Academy 2-Day Camp

    If you are looking to learn how to draw anime this class is for you. Here you will learn and improve your anime and manga style drawing, with step-by-step drawing lessons as well as other anime related tips and advice! Great for beginners! Presented by KidCreate Studios. Reduced Fees & Financial Assistance: Youth who are residing within the Mounds View Public Schools boundaries and currently qualify for educational benefits and/or free/reduced lunch may be eligible for reduced fees and partial scholarships to qualifying Enrichment & Activities programs. Financial support is provided by the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, District Community Education Scholarship fund and other community donors. Qualifying Enrichment and Activities will have a Financial Support/Educational Benefits fee rate that is 50% of the full fee for the program. If additional support is needed, please see the call 651-621-6020 and/or click here to complete the Youth Financial Assistance Request Form
  • Learn About Horses Day Camp

    Spend the day learning how to ride a horse, including lance and control in the saddle, leading and in-hand work. Other activities may include braiding a horse’s mane, groom, play horse tag and help feed, water and care for horses. Participants are responsible for their own transportation. Location: Boulder Pointe Equestrian and Event Center.
  • Pre-Karate

    Provide your child with a chance to explore beginner karate in a small low-key group. The class will focus on the fundamentals of learning Shotokan karate, which are our stances, with punching, kicking, and blocking techniques. We also do fun activities to stay engaged, and work on our ability to balance, concentrate, and work together with partners. Students will learn some Japanese customs and words that we use as part of our training.
  • Strategy, Collectable Card & Role-Playing Club

    Play challenging and popular games like Catan, Pandemic, 7 Wonders, Splendor, Evolution, and Godsforge. Playing games develops analysis, problem solving, communication, and negotiation skills and…it’s also great fun! Presented by CSGA Enrichment Reduced Fees & Financial Assistance: Youth who are residing within the Mounds View Public Schools boundaries and currently qualify for educational benefits and/or free/reduced lunch may be eligible for reduced fees and partial scholarships to qualifying Enrichment & Activities programs. Financial support is provided by the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, District Community Education Scholarship fund and other community donors. Qualifying Enrichment and Activities will have a Financial Support/Educational Benefits fee rate that is 50% of the full fee for the program. If additional support is needed, please see the call 651-621-6020 and/or click here to complete the Youth Financial Assistance Request Form
  • Maker Space Adventures: 3D Printing & Design

    Challenge your creativity by designing 3D objects using Computer Aided Design software and then printing your design prototypes. Learn about measurement, units, & scale while creating your prototyped designs. Attempt to recreate small, functional, full scale, real life objects in addition to your own designs. We will be using 3D printers and CAD software. Presented by CSGA Enrichment. Reduced Fees & Financial Assistance: Youth who are residing within the Mounds View Public Schools boundaries and currently qualify for educational benefits and/or free/reduced lunch may be eligible for reduced fees and partial scholarships to qualifying Enrichment & Activities programs. Financial support is provided by the Ralph Reeder Food Shelf, District Community Education Scholarship fund and other community donors. Qualifying Enrichment and Activities will have a Financial Support/Educational Benefits fee rate that is 50% of the full fee for the program. If additional support is needed, please see the call 651-621-6020 and/or click here to complete the Youth Financial Assistance Request Form