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  • ACT Prep

    Advantage Educational Programs gives students the option of preparing for the ACT exam in three different ways: the In-School ACT Preparatory Course, Virtual ACT Preparatory Course or the Online ACT Preparatory Course. Courses are designed for students who want to maximize their ACT exam score, as well as those who feel uneasy about their test-taking skills or who have taken the exam and aren't satisfied with their results. In-School ACT Preparatory Course This course consists of four, three-hour classes that meet one day each week at one of our many school locations. The course includes diagnostic testing, instruction in time management, overcoming test anxiety, science reasoning, English strategies and review, essay writing, reading comprehension, and math strategies and review. Students enrolled in these classes not only benefit from personal instruction provided by our experienced instructors, but also have free access to our online course. The fee for this course is $180, with all class materials included. COVID-19 has required us to make some changes to the way we have conducted classes in the past. This program will follow all Minnesota Department of Health guidance including small group sizes, sanitation procedures, participant health screenings, etc. Please stay home if you show any signs of illness. Virtual ACT Prep Course This course is designed for students who prefer to prep for the ACT in a virtual classroom. Four, three-hour classes are taught live via Zoom by an Advantage instructor. Internet connection and a tablet or computer is required. Fee for this course is $180. Self-Paced ACT Preparatory Course This course is an excellent alternative for any student unable to attend in-school classes or a student preferring to prepare for the ACT exam on their own and study at their desired pace. Once enrolled, students are sent an access code for their class via email. The fee for this course is $80. Repeating ACT Preparatory Course To repeat the ACT Prep Course at no charge, you will need to be registered in the online course. To register, go to www.AdvantagePrep.net; click on “Registrations” on the top bar, and click on “Repeat Students Registration Form”
  • Abrakadoodle: Amazing Adventures in Art

    Art is an amazing adventure. Come create some art with us this winter! Pour out your heart in a colorful heart creation. Learn how to draw owls, use clay to create a bird and a little nest, use chalk pastels to create a cow, and even try your hand at weaving. Join us and warm up your winter with lots of colorful creations!
  • Abrakadoodle: Spectacular Spring Art Camp

    Explore everything from colorful Ukrainian eggs to 3-D clay cupcakes in this spectacular spring art class. We will draw beautiful bunnies, paint colorful Scandinavian Dala horses, create bejeweled Ukrainian Eggs, make a clay cupcake, and more! Join us for a class that is sure to be a hit!
  • Acupressure To Relieve Stress, Anxiety, Insomnia & More - Online

    Acupressure is an ancient healing art and self-help tool. It can offer great relief with no side effects and help you feel your best. Along with the specific points to help relieve stress, insomnia, anxiety, irritability and even weight gain, learn the Nine Master Pressure Points which are the most helpful and most frequently prescribed to help and assist every system in your body.
  • Acupressure to Assist Weight Loss - Online

    Acupressure is an Eastern healing technique that involves pressing or massaging key points on the body to stimulate energy flow through pathways called meridians. When the points that regulate metabolism, digestion and thyroid function are blocked or out of balance, losing weight will seem like an impossible task. In this workshop, you will learn the main pressure points that help strengthen thyroid function, boost metabolism, control appetite, decrease food cravings, reduce stress eating and strengthen the entire digestive system.
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    Adult Open Volleyball

    Adults of all ages This program is designed for the experienced power volleyball player. Come team up every week for several games of competitive volleyball. Teams are formed each evening with no long term commitment to a league. For questions call Chris Havlicek at 651-235-8534. Wednesdays - November 2 - April 26 (skip 12/28 & 4/5) $50 season pass or $5 per time Middle School Auxiliary Gym
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  • All Together at Eagle View (Ages 1-4)

    Attend class with all of your children or just one. Learning activities will be family focused. There will be something for all ages. Parent time will be sure to cover family relationships and topics that are important to all ages. Class includes parent-child time, circle time, and separation. Class is held at Eagle View Elementary Early Childhood wing in Elko New Market. Ages 1-4 years old
  • All Together at Eagle View (Ages 1-4)

    Attend class with all of your children or just one. Learning activities will be family focused. There will be something for all ages. Parent time will be sure to cover family relationships and topics that are important to all ages. Class includes parent-child time, circle time, and separation. Class is held at Eagle View Elementary Early Childhood wing in Elko New Market. Ages 1-4 years old
  • Amazing Athletes

    Our action-packed curriculum is endorsed by early childhood expert, Bonnie Bruce, who reviews each element of our program to ensure our Amazing Athletes get every possible advantage. Our programs show kids just how much fun fitness can be! During our weekly classes, children learn the importance of patience, teamwork, and self-confidence in a non-competitive, learning-based environment that fosters a love of healthy living. Their excitement for structured physical activity promotes advancements and advantages that keep children on the path to personal well-being. Motor and Life Skills: Extensive research shows that structured physical activity in children not only promotes better physical health, but also boosts brainpower and assists in the development of important social skills and character traits including sharing, empathy, focus, dedication, commitment, and drive. Our non-competitive group classes let children build confidence in a safe and fun environment while also building teamwork and good sportsmanship. Through our structured active play, Amazing Athletes advance 6 different motor skills: Balancing | Running | Jumping| Throwing| Catching | Kicking Sports Introduction: Our fun, active classes encourage kids to explore and develop a variety of athletic skills through the introduction of 10 different sports. Coaches break the fundamental of each sport down into simple steps based on each child’s age and ability. The goal is to create a fun environment that establishes lifetime connections to sports and physical activity. Starter Nutrition: To keep healthy and active, our bodies need the right kind of fuel. Studies show it can take up to 15 or 20 introductions of any one food item before children will be willing to try or accept the new food. The Amazing Athletes nutrition program introduces the children to 16 different fruits and vegetables as well as important vitamins and minerals so that they go home excited about trying new, healthy foods. Body Awareness: Strength training keeps children and adults physically healthy and prevents the risk of osteoporosis and other bone-threatening conditions as we age. We teach children to name and identify 10 major muscles key to maintaining good gross-motor movement and body wellness.
  • Amazing Athletes P.E

    Amazing Athletes P.E. is a game-based sports program designed to engage older children in active wellness through advanced physical fitness challenges and interactive sports lessons. Progressive Skill-Based Sports Lessons: Children between the ages of 5 and 12 display a wide range of physical abilities and strengths. Our coaches work with each child to help them strive for their personal best. Each 45-60 minute class engages athletes in non-competitive, sport-specific training for focused development. Athletes work in pairs to develop teamwork, motor skills, and patience. Teamwork Activities: Amazing Athletes P.E. promotes skill-based learning and non-competitive play so that each athlete has the confidence to learn and engage. Children engage in introductory partner-based skill activities which help to advance teamwork. Our strength training activity is always done in pairs. Our fitness challenge relay at the end of class is also always done as a team. We provide our athletes with as many opportunities as possible to develop teamwork, friendships, and advance their social skills in addition to the athletic and academic advancements of the program. Advanced Fitness Challenge: Cardiovascular diseases are the #1 cause of death worldwide, including a number of premature and preventable conditions. Amazing Athletes P.E. keeps kids active and engaged with advanced stretching and conditioning activities that increase cardiovascular endurance for better heart health. All conditioning activities are completed as a group. Our coaches are trained to include breaks as needed to allow every child to participate in whatever their fitness level or independent needs. Introductory Strength Training: Strength training conditions the body to handle the requirements of physical activities, making it a crucial part of any sports training or fitness regimen. Weightlifting builds stronger bones and muscles to help protect against osteoporosis and maintain good gross-motor movements. Amazing Athletes P.E. introduces children to strength training using age-appropriate weights, partner-based exercises, and education on the 10 major muscles. Our strength training activities make building muscle, a fun and active part of every athlete’s day!
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    Artisan Breads: Mix it tonight, bake it later

    The crisp outside, the chewy inside is what draws us to the ciabatta breads at the store. Perfectly mixed with soups, cheeses or just garlic spread, this bread is amazing. Easy to make and keep for when you want the next fresh loaf of bread and so much more healthy without any preservatives. Come taste these yummy breads, learn how to make it and mix up a batch to bake it the next day after it has slowly risen. You will find out what the secrets are to the best breads. Bring a large bowl to bring your dough home.
  • Baby and Me (Birth - 12 months)

    Birth-12 months Parenting a baby is exciting and challenging. Join other parents and their babies for this special time together. Talk about feeding, sleeping, soothing and adjusting to parenthood. Sibling care is available during the daytime class for a small fee.
  • Baby and Me (Birth - 12 months) Evening class

    Birth-12 months Parenting a baby is exciting and challenging. Join other parents and their babies for this special time together. Talk about feeding, sleeping, soothing and adjusting to parenthood.
  • Basic Party Cake Decorating

    In this super fun class, you will learn the skills necessary to decorate a basic party cake. You will learn how to frost a cake with an offset spatula, piping bags with frosting tips, using various techniques. You will also use edible embellishments to make your creation even more fun! Cakes will be pre-baked and buttercream will be premade, as this is a decorating only class. Everything will be provided, but please bring an apron and a cake decorating turntable if you have one! (optional) You will go home with your amazing cake to be admired and eaten by friends and family.
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    Be My Valentine (Ages 2-5 years)

    The classroom will have a Valentine theme with love in the air! Go home with some Valentine crafts. Save room for a special treat! Register by February 5th! $10/per child
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    Behind-the-Wheel - Refresher Session

    Do you need to brush up on your driving skills before you take your driving test? We can help! This is a one-hour session (one month prior to your test) to help you gain your confidence. Register with Community Education and our instructor will call you to make arrangements for your session.
  • Behind-the-Wheel-Brian Auge

    Minnesota law requires six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction to qualify a student to take their Driver’s License test. Behind-the-Wheel sessions typically meet three to four times, in order to complete the six hours needed for each student driver in the car. Behind-the-Wheel sessions are offered April through November, weather permitting, with the majority of sessions in the summer months. Please Note: It is recommend that students have 20 hours supervised driving time with parent/guardian before beginning behind the wheel.
  • Behind-the-Wheel-Greg Tikalsky

    Minnesota law requires six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction to qualify a student to take their Driver’s License test. Behind-the-Wheel sessions typically meet three to four times, in order to complete the six hours needed for each student driver in the car. Behind-the-Wheel sessions are offered April through November, weather permitting, with the majority of sessions in the summer months. Please Note: It is recommend that students have 20 hours supervised driving time with parent/guardian before beginning behind the wheel.
  • Behind-the-Wheel-Jim Hudspeth

    Minnesota law requires six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction to qualify a student to take their Driver’s License test. Behind-the-Wheel sessions typically meet three to four times, in order to complete the six hours needed for each student driver in the car. Behind-the-Wheel sessions are offered April through November, weather permitting, with the majority of sessions in the summer months. Please Note: It is recommend that students have 20 hours supervised driving time with parent/guardian before beginning behind the wheel.
  • Behind-the-Wheel-Tracy Skaja

    Minnesota law requires six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction to qualify a student to take their Driver’s License test. Behind-the-Wheel sessions typically meet three to four times, in order to complete the six hours needed for each student driver in the car. Behind-the-Wheel sessions are offered April through November, weather permitting, with the majority of sessions in the summer months. Please Note: It is recommend that students have 20 hours supervised driving time with parent/guardian before beginning behind the wheel.