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  • *NEW* Conquer Ninja Rec Team (Ages 6-13)

    Ninja Obstacle Training is extremely popular with the kids and it 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 all athletes strive to improve. Our Conquer Rec Team is designed for youth, ages 6-13 of all experience levels. Our Rec Team will practice on real obstacles inspired by the TV show such as warped walls, salmon ladders, tilting ladders, and so much more during their weekly practice. Rec Team members will learn the styles and techniques to develop their ninja skills with over 40 different obstacles. This 8-week Rec Team consists of 6 practices and 2 competitions (week 4 and week 8).
  • *NEW* Girls Basketball Cub Camp (Grades K-3)

    Time to grab your shoes and water bottle and hit the court for this beginning basketball camp. Girls will work with high school coaches and players to learn the fundamentals of basketball. There will be lots of instruction through fun activities and games. Cost includes a t-shirt, please indicate size when registering.
  • *NEW* Mini Kickers Soccer (ages 3-5)

    Mini Kickers is a high-energy program for soccer players 3-5 years old. It is more than just a great soccer program for kids. Mini Kickers has an emphasis on child development by using physical activity to develop creativity, coordination and stamina through soccer. There are interactive games that are designed to develop motor skills, listening skills and build your child's confidence. Bring a size 3 soccer ball. Shin guards optional. Tennis shoes only (no cleats). For safety and cleanliness, please carry tennis shoes into gym. There will be a make-up date of Feb 10 for the first session, and April 13 for second session if a weather-related cancellation occurs.
  • *NEW* Skyhawks SuperTots Basketball (Ages 2-3)

    Super Tots by Skyhawks uses age-appropriate games to engage kids in sports. These classes focus on dribbling, shot technique, passing and teamwork. Adjustable hoops and appropriately sized basketballs are used to always provide just the right amount of challenge.
  • *NEW* Skyhawks SuperTots Tball Camp (Ages 3-4)

    SuperTots is a development program that uses a variety of fun games to engage children while teaching the sport of baseball and developing fundamental skills. The goal is to build fitness, muscle coordination, baseball fundamentals and create a love of the game.
  • *NEW* Skyhawks T-Ball (Ages 4-7)

    This camp is designed to introduce the young athlete to T-ball through skill development and small group games. Camp will focus on helping children learn the rules of baseball while working on team play and sportsmanship. Individual skills taught include throwing, catching, hitting, base running and fielding. Please bring a baseball glove and water bottle.
  • Archery Club (Grades 2-8)

    Explore archery as a lifetime sport while developing National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) target archery skills. Learn safe techniques and practices; acquire skills related to effective communication, cooperation, rules, and respect in a group; use practice to improve skills and reach goals; rehearse good sportsmanship and gain exposure to the value of natural resources and the outdoor community. Equipment provided (Genesis Compound bows) via the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (NASP, National Wild Turkey Federation (Struttin' Toms Chapter), Minnesota Deer Hunters Association (Lakes Chapter), Minnesota Bowhunters, Inc., Centennial Community Education and Anoka County Youth Initiatives Grant.
  • HP Group Tennis (Grades 8-12)

    The High Performance Group's vision is to provide each tennis player with a structured and personalized approach to accelerate the development of their game. Harsh Mankad's professional playing experience combined with his coaching expertise has given him a unique skill set to develop players to a high standard. This group is a good fit for Varsity level players. If you have a younger player that is varsity caliber and/or those aiming for Varsity level, contact Harsh at harsh@tenicity.com to learn more. Register for the Session Package which includes all the lessons in the session or register individually for the lessons. Your instructor: Harsh Mankad is a former NCAA #1 Ranked Singles Tennis Player who won the National Singles Title while representing the University of Minnesota. Harsh played for 10 years on the Professional Tennis Tour at the highest level including at Wimbledon, US Open and Davis Cup. Check out www.tenicity.com to learn more about Harsh and the Tenicity Tennis Program. *Please note structure change to course since publication.
  • Jump Rope Club (Grades K-5)

    Do you love to jump rope? Then Jump Rope Club after school is the place for you. Work on short rope tricks, long ropes, double dutch routines and more. Students receive a free jump rope. Wear tennis shoes and bring a snack. Proceeds benefit the Centerville Elementary Phy. Ed. department. Please make sure to register for the correct grade level. Your child's grade must be entered under your account profile information to complete a registration.
  • Little Tumblers (Ages 3-4)

    Must be potty trained, able to follow basic instructions and comfortable in a group without parent. Developing gymnasts will learn basic and fundamental gymnastic skills in a safe, fun, age appropriate, structured environment. Wear non-baggy athletic clothes, no tights (socks or bare feet only). Class ratio 6:1.
  • Scooter City (Grades K-5)

    Travel through Scooter City after school. Visit the Metrodome, fish at the fishing hole, ride the trolley, and race scooters at the track. Come join the fun. Includes a snack. Register early, spaces fill fast. Proceeds benefit the Centennial Elementary Phy. Ed. department. Due to grade limitations for this course, please make sure your child's grade level is entered under your account profile information to complete a registration.
  • Ski/Snowboard Club (Grades 6-8)

    Ski and Snowboard Club will meet on the following Saturdays and ski/snowboard at Trollhaugen or Wild Mountain. Scheduled trips for the 2019-20 season: Saturday, December 7 Wild Mountain Saturday, January 11 Trollhaugen Saturday, January 18 Wild Mountain Saturday, February 8 Trollhaugen Saturday, February 22 Wild Mountain Saturday, February 29 Wild Mountain Please click here for Information, Rules and Regulations Fill Out Required Code of Conduct *PARTICIPANTS GRADE LEVEL MUST BE ENTERED IN YOUR ELEYO ACCOUNT TO REGISTER* Registration: Registration deadline extended through Wednesday, December 4 for the package price. Priority given to students registering for all five trips. Students may register for individual trips providing space is available. Registration for individual trips will be available until the Tuesday before the trip. There must be a minimum of 40 students to run this activity. After 80 students, registrations will be taken as long as there is space on available buses. Registrations taken on a first-come, first-serve basis. Fees: Fees include transportation, chaperones, lift ticket and insurance. -All 5 trips: $235 -Individual Lift Ticket and Transportation: $57 Already own a season pass for Wild Mountain or Trollhaugen? Receive a reduced rate by contacting Community Education to register. Lessons: We strongly encourage beginners to sign up for a lesson. Free beginner ski and snowboard lessons are available at Trollhaugen and Wild Mountain. The day of the trip, students should check in with the ski/snowboard adviser when arriving at the resort. Equipment: Students are responsible for paying for their own rental of equipment once at the ski area. Ski and Snowboard rental packages are $21 at Wild Mountain and $20 at Trollhaugen. Rental package includes a helmet. If you wish to rent a helmet only, they can be rented for $4 at Wild Mountain and $3 at Trollhaugen. Lockers are available for personal belongings at both resorts for a nominal fee. We are asking you to please make sure that all of your student’s equipment is properly labeled with his/her name. It would be helpful if you could bundle everything and put it in a ski/snowboard bag. This makes transportation and identification much easier. Transportation: We will leave the Middle School parking lot promptly at 2 p.m. on the day of the trip. Please stay with your student until the buses have arrived for loading. When you come to pick up your student(s) at the middle school, please DO NOT park in the loading area in front of the school. We need space to unload the buses. We will unload in front of the cafeteria entrance at approximately 9 p.m. Late pick up may result in your student being removed from the ski/snowboard club with no refund. Refunds: Refunds will not be given for students who miss a trip; however, you can request a lift-ticket voucher BEFORE the trip is taken. Vouchers must be requested by the Tuesday before the trip week. No Refunds or Vouchers will be issued for students who have not communicated with the Community Education before the trip. Mandatory Meeting: Students must attend a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, November 27 in the auditorium during their MDS time to participate in ski/snowboard club. Chaperones: Centennial School District staff and parents. If you are interested in chaperoning, please email Cori Sendle at csendle@isd12.org. Please email by November 15 if you are interested in chaperoning. Chaperones receive a free lift ticket and rental if needed. Chaperones are required to ride the bus.
  • Skyhawks Basketball Camp (Ages 4-10)

    This fun, skill-intensive program is designed for the beginning player. Using our curriculum that is built on a progression, our staff focus on the whole player, teaching respect, teamwork and responsibility. An active camp involving passing, shooting, dribbling, and defense makes this one of our most popular programs. Participants should wear appropriate clothing, and bring a water bottle, and gym shoes (please bring clean, dry shoes to wear in the gym).
  • Sports Mania (Age 4-6)

    Sports Mania is a great way to try many different sport activities. In this four-week class, we will spend a week on each of the following sports: basketball, lacrosse, and baseball/softball (2 weeks). Join in and have a great time, while learning some basic skills. Please bring a water bottle and tennis shoes.
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  • Tumblers (Ages 5-7)

    Gymnasts will learn basic tumbling skills (forward and backward rolls, cartwheels, handstands, basic jumps and locomotor skills) and discover the basics on bars, balance beam, and vault. More advanced Tumblers will work on intermediate skill progressions on floor, bars, balance beam and vault. New skills introduced include back bends, front and back handsprings on floor, back hip circles, and stride circles on bars and cartwheels on low beam.
  • Twisters (Ages 8+)

    Gymnasts will work on skills according to ability. After initial group warm-up, gymnasts will be divided each session into groups to work on skills appropriate for their level from beginner to intermediate.
  • Wiggle Time (Parent/Child ages 2-3)

    Children will use mats, parachutes, trampoline, and other equipment to explore and discover the world around them developing fundamental movement and problem solving skills. This is a great opportunity to get in the gym with your child and play in a safe, fun, semi-structured environment. Children run, tumble, spend time with you, and develop motor skills. Class consists of 10 minutes of group time, 30 minutes of open (semi-structured free time) and 5 minutes of group time at the end of class. One child per adult. Wear non-baggy athletic clothes.
  • YEL 4! FENCING (Gr. 2-5)

    Olympic Coach Ro Sobalvarro heads up curriculum, instructor training and tournament consultation. New students are introduced to a pulse-pounding sport while returning students continue their study through our progressive curriculum. Coach Sobalvarro brings with him an immense knowledge of youth, national and international fencing. We keep it fun, too. Our instructors continue to expand their knowledge, coaching skills and offer 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. Sign up today to join this sport deemed the “sport of the intellectual athlete”.
  • Youth Soccer Development Program: Winter Skills (Grades K-5)

    This program will focus on individual skills and help players improve their balance, control and agility. Open to boys and girls of all levels of ability from Kindergarten through 5th grade. We strive to provide an environment of wholesome, competitive fun, developing good character and sportsmanship, team play, and an education in the rules and skills of soccer. Small-sided games are used to teach and equip our youth with the fundamentals of soccer. In order to utilize the full space, parents will be asked to stay outside the gym. Players should bring a soccer ball (size 3 for K-1, size 4 for grades 2-5), and shin guards to each session. For safety and cleanliness, please carry in your tennis shoes. 8 sessions. There will be a make-up date of March 5 for the first session, and May 14 for second session if a weather-related cancellation occurs.
  • Youth Spring Volleyball League (Gr. 3-6)

    A fun and instructional league emphasizing basic skills such as passing, setting, and serving as well as game concepts and strategies. Learn through games and drills used to develop skills, increase knowledge of strategy, and a love of the game. Whether you are new to volleyball or you've played before, come give us a try. The program will be a combination of practices on Monday nights at Rice Lake, Blue Heron, Golden Lake or Centerville Elementary, and games on Tuesday nights at Centennial Middle School. Evening times between 6:15 and 8:15 pm. Please indicate shirt size and school preference when registering. Dates: March 16 - April 14 Registration deadline is March 4. Registrations accepted after March 4, if space permits, with an increased price of $99 If you are interested in being a volunteer coach, please note on your registration.