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  • Turtle Lake 4th & 5th Grade Choirs

    Do you love to sing? Students entering 4th and 5th grade have the opportunity to join choir with Ms. Crockett. Choir is a before school activity held once a week. Fourth grade choir meets on Thursdays from 8:05-9:05. Fifth grade choir meets on Tuesdays from 8:05-9:05. Students do not need to audition for choir. The Turtle Lake choirs perform a winter concert in January and a spring concert in April , as well as a few other performances throughout the year. Concert dates: Winter Concert - January 30, 7pm at Chippewa Middle School Spring concert - April 27 7pm at Chippewa Middle School 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
  • Phy Ed Games!

    DASH Sports Phy. Ed Games camp provides participants with a fun experience learning and playing your favorite physical education games! Games may include Capture the Flag, Kickball, Dodgeball, Tag games, Ultimate Frisbee/Football, Sharks and Minnows, Soccer, and more! Participants will learn teamwork, and values such as respect, hustle, and price, all in a fun environment while increasing athleticism and learning teamwork and gameplay. Campers should bring a water bottle, and athletic clothing/shoes. All other equipment is provided. **Please note: Registration closes at 5 PM the day before camp begins.** 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
  • Bel Air 4th & 5th Grade Choir

    Bel Air Choir is a combined 4th and 5th grade choir. No previous music/choir experience needed! Students will meet once a week for one hour after school with your fellow classmates where you will sing fun and engaging music as a group! Concert Date is April 25, 2023.
  • 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.
  • Middle School Clay

    Experience the magic of clay with one of Northern Clay Center’s teaching artists. These hand-building workshops will introduce participants to the wonders of clay through creating and decorating their own unique project. Dress for mess! During a clay session, participants will make and decorate their own unique ceramic objects and learn ceramic skills along the way. NCC takes care of the firing and projects return to the participants. Presented by Northern Clay Center. 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
  • Let's Draw, Paint and Sculpt

    Your child will love experimenting with many different materials while learning lots of new techniques. We’ll learn to draw a wacky llama and we’ll sculpt and paint a box full of delicious-looking donuts. We’ll even create one of our most popular projects—a snow globe! Parents, you’ll need to make space on the fridge and the mantle for these amazing works of art. 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
  • Junior STEM Club

    Calling new and returning students! The Engineering For Kids Junior STEM club introduces students to a new, hands on lesson every week from various engineering disciplines. Students focus on developing 21st century skills such as problem solving, critical thinking and peer collaboration. These life skills provide students with the confidence to approach challenges in their lives and realize that they can succeed in almost anything! Engineering for Kids has a library of 300+ individual lessons which continues to grow so we never have to repeat lessons. Sign up for one or all sessions! Presented by Engineering for Kids! 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
  • Mega Mess-Making Art

    We’ll paint with plaster, tie-dye, make paper mache birds and fling paint like Jackson Pollock. We will even learn some art terms along the way. These are not projects to tackle at home- leave the mess with us. After all, art can be a mega messy good time! 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
  • Engineering: Crazy Action Contraptions

    Unleash your imagination as you journey through the wideranging world of LEGO®-building. Students working in pairs will build models and discuss the engineering science behind each. This fun, hands-on class shows students how engineering can be fun and silly, yet still educational. Students will then be challenged to improve the model and customize their creations. Presented by Tech Academy. 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
  • Fairy Garden Half-Day Camp

    “I do believe in fairies, I do!” We’ll use clay, paint, glitter and more as we sculpt our very own enchanted fairy gardens. 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
  • Irondale Youth Baseball Clinic

    The camp will emphasize the fundamentals of sound play - defense, hitting, and pitching. Campers 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. Camp instructors will emphasize respect for the game and respect of others. Each player will receive a Irondale Baseball shirt!
  • Basketball Skills

    Basketball Skills provides players a well-rounded basketball experience covering a broad range of skills training and skill-based games. Players will be taught how to properly shoot, pass, dribble and play defense in a fun and positive environment. Camps end with scrimmages games on the final two days. Presented by Dash Sports. . Presented by Dash Sports. **Please note: Registration closes at 5 PM the day before camp begins.** 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
  • Floor Hockey

    All students grades 6 - 8 are encouraged to play Floor Hockey. No experience is needed. Emphasis is placed on skill development, participation, teamwork and good sportsmanship. Students will receive equal playing time during practices and competitions. Practice is 2:30-3:40pm (Monday & Wednesday); games are 3:00-5:00pm. 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. Middle School Intramural Sports Calendar
  • Swimming - Monday/Wednesday

    All swimmers are welcome to swim with friends and work on improving stroke technique, strength, teamwork and sportsmanship. Monday & Wednesday: Skill-building, strength and conditioning plus competitions. Practices from 2:30-3:40pm; meets are 3:00-5:00pm. 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. Middle School Intramural Calendar
  • 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: Skill-building, strength and conditioning practice only (no competition days). Practices from 2:30-3:40pm. Activities will not meet on non-school days. Activity buses are available after practice for eligible students. Middle School Intramural Calendar
  • Table Tennis - Chippewa

    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.
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    Badminton - Edgewood & Highview

    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.
  • Basketball Tykes

    Basketball Tykes provides players an introductory experience to the great game of basketball through fun skill-based drills and mini-games. Players will be taught how to properly dribble, pass, shoot and play defense in a fun and positive environment. 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
  • Roblox Clay Half-Day Camp

    Calling all Robloxians! Take a step out of the virtual world and into coolest art class ever. We’ll create with clay, paint and more as we sculpt a classic Roblox Noob. Whether you’re a hardcore gamer or more of a Noob, this is the perfect class for you. 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
  • Non-School Day Field Trip: Children's Museum

    Join us for a day at the Minnesota Children’s Museum! Tackle challenges, fire up critical thinking skills, and spark creativity as you explore the museum’s interactive and engaging exhibits. Drop-off is at Valentine Hills Elementary School Experience high-quality supervision and engaging non-school-day field trips for students entering grades K-6. Field trips require students to bring a bag lunch.
  • 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.
  • Babysitting & CPR Training

    Learn the skills and knowledge to be a safe babysitter for infants up to children 10 years of age! You will learn how to stay safe, play with kids, handle household emergencies, feeding and bath time and given resources on how to market your babysitting services. You will even get certified in CPR and AED training. A collaborative class with St. Anthony Community Services. Bring a snack/lunch to eat that day.
  • Home Alone

    Children 8-10 years of age will learn the necessary skills and knowledge to be safe and responsible when home alone for short periods of time. You will learn how to prevent problems, handle real-life situations and stay safe. A collaborative class with St. Anthony Community Services.
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    Mounds View Boys Volleyball

    Boys volleyball is on the rise in MN and Mounds View HS is going to join in on the excitement. Volleyball is a fast paced exciting sport that displays and demands both individual and team skills. All MVHS boys, grades 9-12, are welcome to participate. Preseason warm-ups/open gym will start on March 20th. Practices will be three days per week after that and games begin later in April. It will be possible to earn a letter. If you have questions please contact Coach Kressen at kressen@gmail.com