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  • 5th Grade Learn to Ski day!

    Calling all 5th grade students!Come and join us for a non-school day trip to Wild Mountain on Monday, January 28thThe price includes*: Transportation, lift ticket, rental (helmet included), and a lessonPICK UP SITES: You may choose Lincoln Elementary or Oneka Elementary for the bus: Bus Departs Lincoln 8:30am, Oneka 9:00am Bus Returns Oneka 4:00pm, Lincoln 4:30pm Students must ride their assigned bus to and from the hill. Switching between buses will not be allowed.  Parent/Guardian chaperones welcome! If you're interested in chaperoning, please sign up below. Chaperones must be: 21 years or older. Pass a background check Able to commit to the whole day Available from 8:00am pm until approximately 4:30pm Specific chaperone duties include checking students onto the bus, riding to and from the hill on the bus, staying until all students have been picked-up, and overseeing student behavior on the trip. Chaperones are required to check with the safety patrol while on duty. Information will be provided. Chaperones will be given a free lift ticket, and bus transportation *Please plan on bringing a bagged lunch, food can also be purchased on siteAll students and chaperones will be required to wear a helmet. No helmet, no lift ticket!
  • Archery: Club

    Students Grades 2-12. Learn how to sight, stand, aim, shoot, and have fun in the sport of archery!  There will be NASP approved archery equipment available for all to use. The season is December 3 - April 22Practice: MondaysTime: 5:30pm - 7:30pmLocation: North Campus CafeteriaCoach Becky Lassila / 651-357-6970 / wblarchery@gmail.comInformational Meeting Night: Details coming soon!
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  • Archery: Competitive

    Students in grades 3-8 can participate in 5 archery competitions. Other tournaments are available and encouraged. To register for these tournaments contact Coach Lassila. The season is November 27 - April 5Practice: Tuesday and ThursdayTime: 6:00-8:00pmLocation: North Campus CafeteriaCoach Becky Lassila / 651-357-6970 / wblarchery@gmail.comInformational Meeting Night: Details coming soon!
  • Be Prepared, Not Scared!

    Have you ever seen someone fall and hurt their leg? Or perhaps you know someone who's been very ill? Have you ever been near an accident? Imagine being able to help out in each of these situations - that's what First Aid is all about. Children can make a difference in an emergency situation and the most important thing is for them to know simple basic first aid steps to follow in different situations. Topics include: recognizing an emergency and knowing what to do, calling 911, basic first aid techniques, personal safety tips, tricky people, gun and fire safety. Students attend this class independently. Parents are encouraged to review the take home information and discuss it with their child.Please note: This is a 2-hour class.
  • Child & Babysitting Safety Class

    Learn the responsibilities of being a prepared, safe, responsible, and professional babysitter. Topics include starting your own babysitting business, child development, behavior guidance, supervision, proper feeding & diapering techniques, personal safety, medical emergencies, basic first aid care and fire safety. Instructor provides baby dolls, bottles, diaper supplies for hands on participation skills. The course is developed by the American Safety and Health Institute and approved by the American Pediatrics Association. Class participants receive a CABS book and ASHI certification card. Students attend this class independently. Parents are encouraged to review the take home information and discuss it with their child. Students can bring a snack.
  • FLEX at Central

    FLEX After School Programming is now FREE!!Have your middle school student stay after school in a supervised setting. In additional to hanging out with friends, we can provide academic support, enrichment classes, recreation time, that may include time in the gym or outside, services and leadership and field trip opportunities on non-school days. Students can come Monday-Thursday or just when they need to.At the end of FLEX each day, students can transport themselves home, be picked up by a parent or ride the Activity Bus home after FLEX. See the Activity Bus Schedule to find a stop near your home!    Activity Bus Schedule Contact us for more information at 651-407-7511.
  • FLEX at Sunrise

    FLEX After School Programming is now FREE! Have your middle school student stay after school in a supervised setting. In additional to hanging out with friends, we can provide academic support, enrichment classes, recreation time, that may include time in the gym or outside, services and leadership and field trip opportunities on non-school days. Students can come Monday-Thursday or just when they need to. At the end of FLEX each day, students can transport themselves home, be picked up by a parent or ride the Activity Bus home after FLEX. See the Activity Bus Schedule to find a stop near your home! Activity Bus Schedule Contact us for more information at 651-407-7511.
  • Field Trip: Grand Slam

    Laser tag, mini golf, arcade, oh my! Join us for a trip to this great location with hours and hours of entertainment! Unlimited go-carts, batting cages and trampoline time as well as hot dog lunch included.
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  • Field Trip: Sea Life Minnesota Aquarium

    Come with us and encounter a vast array of sea creatures including sharks, rays, and tropical fish! We will also be learning about food chains and how each animal plays a part in a program called What’s for Lunch? 
  • Home Alone!

    Just mention the words “Home Alone,” and children think of the excitement depicted in the movies of the same name. The reality of being home alone can evoke fear and anxiety in many children. Whether left alone for an hour after school or several hours a day during the summer, children should feel comfortable being alone. This workshop for children will address several topics relating to being “Home Alone” including personal safety tips, tricky people, basic first aid, fire safety, handling the unexpected, internet safety, gun safety, dealing with loneliness and boredom, storm safety, dealing with siblings as well as trust and honesty. Students attend this class independently. Parents are encouraged to review the take home information and discuss it with their child. Students can bring a snack.
  • Middle School Dance

    Join us for a Middle School Dance at Central! There will be music and dancing, refreshments, and quieter activities for those that choose! Music will be selected by middle school students.
  • Middle School Movie Nights

    Middle School Movie NightsOpen to WBL Middle School Students 6th - 8th Grade onlyStudent ID's will be required for entry.Concessions available to purchase from 5:30pm, movie starts at 6:00pmJanuary 4, 2019 Movie Night: TBDMay 24, 2019 Movie Night: TBD
  • Middle School: Friday Night Live

    NEW to Middle School: FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE!Come and join us throughout the year at Central and Sunrise for Friday Night Live! There'll be music, games, sports and more all decided by YOU! 
  • Non School Day: Snow Tubing

    Join us for tubing at Wild Mountain! Get the thrill of cruising down one of our specially formulated tubing lanes. Getting to the top of the hill is effortless on our conveyor lift. Simply stand on it with your tube and allow it to pull you to the top of the mountain. It's fun, it's easy and much better than sliding in your backyard. No experience or special equipment is needed. Just hop in your snow tube and enjoy the ride!
  • Outdoor Survival

    Think you can handle the outdoors? Our Outdoor Skills Field Trip is a fun day both outside and inside where students incorporate shelter building, fire building, orienteering, and outdoor survival skills using teamwork and problem solving. We will head to BaseCamp at 8:15am and return to Central Middle School at 3:15pm
  • Robotic Builders

    Yes, We CAN learn about Robotics! With the LEGO™ WeDo Robotics System, young children can build and program their robotic creations. Designed by the experts at MIT, this unique system teaches children about simple machines, engineering, programming and so much more. Young imaginations soar! The LEGO® Education WeDo™ Robotics Builder, allows students to explore different Robotic Themes. Possible models may include Dancing Birds, Hungry Alligator Robot, Goal Kicker Robot, Rescue Plane, and a Smart Spinner Robot. Students working in teams will work with simple machines, program models they design and create, measure time and distance, write, and much more! Your students will build LEGO models featuring working motors, tilt sensors, motion detectors, and Lego USB Robotics Hub. Please bring a drink & snack daily.LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site or program.
  • Science Comes Alive!

    Discover how Science Comes Alive with Mad Science! Wonder at the marvels of natural science as you explore how animals adapt to their environments, how bugs defend themselves, and how life can survive at the bottom of the sea. Discover the secrets of science’s impact on the brain through magic tricks and art. Explore chemistry as you figure out the difference between solutions and suspensions and experience the power of chemical reactions. Delve into the science of paleontology and learn about life long gone: the dinosaurs! And of course, get a great signature Mad Science take-home every day!
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  • Sweetheart Dance

    Dress up your bear cubs and join us at our Sweetheart Dance!Families are invited to move and groove with dancing, a light snack, and activities! Attendees must register in advance - and early.Event open to all WBL Families.
  • Thursday Night Ski 2019

    For a comprehensive list of information & FAQs for Thursday Night Ski please click HERE DATES:Thursday's:Jan 17 - TrollhaugenJan 24 - Wild MountainJan 31 - Trollhaugen Feb 7 - Wild MountainDay trip will take place on Friday, February 15th - Afton AlpsFEES: $175Transportation & lift ticket included. Rental equipment available at additional cost (paid directly to the hill). Please bring food/snack money. All students are required to wear a helmet (regardless of age). You can bring your own or rent one at the hill. Our rule: No helmet, No ticket! .STUDENT IDs (MANDATORY): Student IDs must be brought on every trip and presented when loading the bus and anytime they are requested by a staff member/chaperone.TRANSPORTATION: Students can choose North or South Campus as their pick-up/drop off site. North Campus pick-up is in the Division Street parking lot. South Campus pick-up is in the large south parking lot. Evening Trips: An unsupervised after-school shuttle bus will take Central Middle School students to North Campus and Sunrise Middle School students to South Campus for pick up. These shuttles will leave North/South Campus at 4:00 pm and return 9:50-10:00pm. Day Trip: Buses will depart and return from North & South Campus only. Departure: 9am, Return: 6:15-6:30pm Students must ride their assigned bus to and from the hill. Switching between buses will not be allowed. Students are generally grouped according to grade and last name. As with any school activity, students are not permitted to drive to the hill on their own. Students who plan to meet family at the hill and will not need a bus ride home must have written permission, signed by the parent/guardian, turned into the Community Services office by noon on the day of the trip. SEASON PASSES: If you have a season pass to one of the hills, please contact the Community Services office at (651) 407-7501 to arrange for a $10 dollar fee reduction. Season pass holders are responsible for obtaining their own lift ticket at the hill. You will not receive a lift ticket on the bus.BEGINNER LESSONS:  Interested in a beginner ski or snowboard lesson? Lesson's are for one hour.You can indicate lessons at the time of registration. A minimum of 1 week’s notice is needed to schedule lessons.CHAPERONES: We welcome chaperones! Our chaperones must meet the following requirements: Must be 21 years or older. Pass a background check Must be able to commit to at least 2 scheduled trip dates and 2 alternate dates. Must be available from 3:40 pm until approximately 10:30 pm (for day trip from approx 8:30am – 6:45pm) Specific chaperone duties include checking students onto the bus, riding to and from the hill on the bus, occasionally staying until all students have been picked-up, and overseeing student behavior on the trip. Chaperones are required to check with the safety patrol while on duty. Must be a competent ski or snowboarder. All Chaperones must wear a helmet If interested in being a chaperone sign up below or contact 651-407-7544
  • Woodburning {Pyrography}

    Woodburning (also known as pyrography) will give participants the opportunity to learn how to use a woodburning pen, various tips to create different effects, and how to put their ideas down on the wood. After learning how the tools work, and practicing different techniques, participants will be able to craft their own project. Each participant will be able to decorate their own wood box: [size 6.69 x 3.74 x 4.52]
  • Zoo Mobile

    The Minnesota Zoo Mobile will be visiting us! They will be teaching us all about a few of their animal friends and showing them to us. They will have a few animals onsite with them. Snack will be included