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  • Babysitting 101

    Emergency Outfitters 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, game handouts, babysitting bag and first aid kit as part of the class fee.
  • Computer Science Club

    CSB/SJU Computer Science Club & Patty Peschel, Albany Area Schools Teacher Do you enjoy a good puzzle? Are you creative, and love to tackle problems in many different ways? Do you want to learn what Computer Science is all about and become a better problem solver along the way? CS Club is open to all students in grades 6 & 7. In CS Club, you will learn about coding and so much more. You will get to solve puzzles, learn how computers store information and communicate and practice working in a team. You will even get to program a real robot using Scratch! To start, we will come up with creative solutions for puzzles and challenges, and by the end of the 8-week program, we will be using our coding skills to help robots solve problems in the real world. Creativity is key, and no two solutions are ever quite the same!
  • Crazy Cake Pops!

    Cake pops are made for kids, and now they can make their own! We’ll teach you how to combine just the right amount of cake crumbs and buttercream icing to create tasty cake pops in fun designs! You will learn to read a recipe & follow directions, how to melt candy melts and kitchen safety. At the end of this class you will bring home some beautifully decorated Cake Pops for your family!!
  • FAST KIDS – Staying Safe While Home Alone

    Emergency Outfitters First Aid and Safety Trained (FAST) Kids is a course for 7-10 year old students. Lessons cover basic first aid, water safety, vehicle safety, home emergencies, injury prevention, personal safety and healthy living. This course helps prepare children for staying at home alone. Students will receive a book, handouts and a home first aid kit as part of the class.
  • Fall Cookie Decorating

    Char Bzdok Come and have some fun with your friends and enjoy some autumn-themed cookie decorating, using beautiful fall colors. At the end of this class you will bring home beautifully decorated cookies for your family - yum! A fun class activity is also planned while the cookies are drying.
  • Festive Holiday Cookie Decorating

    Char Bzdok Come and have some fun with your friends and enjoy some winter holiday cookie decorating! At the end of this class you will bring home beautifully decorated holiday cookies for your family- yum! A fun class activity is also planned while the cookies are drying.
  • Intro to Cribbage

    Nikki Myogeto, Albany Area Schools Teacher Come join the fun and learn the strategic game of cribbage! Students will practice their mental math, observe and continue patterns, solve basic functions, witness probability concepts, and relate sets and combinations. The final class will be a tournament to see who had the most skill and luck. Note: This class is not for those who already know how to play cribbage. Look for Cribbage Club this winter.
  • Middle School Crazy Cake Pops

    Char Bzdok Cake pops are beautiful and delicious! Learn how to combine just the right amount of cake crumbs and buttercream icing to create tasty cake pops in fun designs. Learn to read a recipe & follow directions, how to melt candy melts and how to practice kitchen safety. At the end of this class you will bring home beautifully decorated cake pops for your family!
  • Middle School Knowledge Bowl

    Carrie Schmitz, Albany Area Schools Teacher Knowledge Bowl is a series of interdisciplinary academic competitions. During the competition, teams of students compete in written and oral rounds by answering questions related to all areas of learning typical of elementary or secondary educational programs. Questions test students' recall, problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Practice will be held twice a week from 3:15-4:15 pm, beginning October 17. Each team will have the opportunity to compete in meets this fall. Teams will leave for meets around 3:00 pm and will return around 8:00 pm. Transportation is included in the price of this class. Meet dates TBD. Registration deadline October 1.
  • Middle School Play

    Paula van der Hagen, Albany Area Schools Teacher This middle school production will give students the opportunity to explore all aspects of theatre while getting time on stage in a fun, supportive, and creative environment. Students will “audition” the first day to determine roles. Each student will have a part in the play and will work on technical elements to bring the performance to life for an audience. Practices are Mondays-Thursdays from 3:30-5:00 pm and students will perform the evening of February 2 in the BEAT. Mon-Thu Dec 12-Feb 2 | 3:30-5:00 pm | $66 MSHS | BEAT No Practice Dec 26-Jan 2 or Jan 16
  • Snowmobile Safety

    Steve Weber, MN DNR Instructor In this class, students will learn all the rules and regulations of snowmobiling, general operation of a snowmobile, how to read and understand trail signs, proper hand signals and general safety concerns. Students need to come to class with a completed online course certification. The online course is $24.95 payable to the MN DNR. The link is https://www.snowmobilecourse.com/usa/minnesota. Students will need to pass a driving test at the end of the course. Snowmobiles are provided for the test; however, students are required to bring their own snowmobile helmet (not allowed to share) and come dressed for snowmobile riding (jackets, snow pants, boots, baklava, gloves). Class will meet at the Albany Bowling Center/G'Suffa Haus Banquet Room. Students receive a temporary permit upon passing the course and a permanent permit from the state of MN by mail. This class is for 12-15 year old students. If a student turns 12 during this snowmobile season, they can take the class; however, certification is not valid until they turn 12 years old. Those over age 16 are only required to take the online course. Questions? Call 320-260-0068 or email webdrooster@yahoo.com. Refunds for this class are eligible up to 48 hours before the class; however, a $2 administration fee will be deducted from all refunds. Max 35 students each session.