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  • 5th Grade Learn to Ski day!

    Calling all 5th grade students!Come and join us for a no-school day trip to Wild Mountain on Friday January 26th, 2018!The price includes*: Transportation, lift ticket, rental (helmet included), and a lessonPICK UP SITES: You may choose Willow Elementary or Lincoln Elementary for the bus: Bus Departs at 9am and will return at 4pm 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 8:30am pm until approximately 4:30pm 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. 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 will be required to wear a helmet. No helmet, no lift ticket!
  • Archery: Club

    Students Grades 2-12 and Adults can participate. 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 4 - March 26Practice: MondaysTime: 6:00-8:00 pmLocation: North Campus CafeteriaCoach Becky Lassila / 651-357-6970 / wblarchery@gmail.comInformational Meeting Night: Details coming soon!
  • 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 December 5 - 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!
  • Baking Basics

    Discover artistic baking and cookie decorating in this hands-on camp! Learn how to measure, mix, and create just like a real pastry chef. After making your masterpieces, be prepared to sample yours and your peer’s creations! Class fee includes the cost of groceries. Camp time will include snack.
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  • Bricks 4 Kidz S.T.E.M Class with LEGO® bricks

    Join Bricks 4 KIdz for a LEGO® STEM experience. Our projects, designed by engineers and architects, motivate children by reinforcing STEM based principles while enhancing self-esteem, improving fine motor skills, and teaching important math skills. Our LEGO® models are fully MOTORIZED. We build vehicles, contraptions, inventions, animals and much more. Come join the educational fun! We Learn, We Build, We Play with LEGO® bricks! All new projects EVERY session!
  • Funjoyment

    For Youth with High-Functioning Autism. FunJoyment is a Social Enjoyment group for teens and young adults on the High-Functioning Autism spectrum. Activities will emphasize social skill development in a safe, and structured environment. FunJoyment will be staffed by three trained staff persons and will be limited to ten participants per group. It will take place at the In-school Apartment at the White Bear Lake HS South Campus. Jeff Holmes, BA, MA, ASD Certified, will lead these sessions of FunJoyment. John Merges, LICSW, the developer of the concept, will act as a consultant. Contact Jeff at 651-247-4482 or jeffholmes1804@comcast.net with questions or to request registration information.
  • Indoor Paintball!

    Join us for Indoor Paintball!Fill your day with fun with low impact paintball! The indoor paintball center allows all players to be competitive regardless of their particular athletic ability. We will be participating in a round-robin style tournament. Each participant will receive 180 paintballs.Agenda for the day10am - Meet at Central Middle School11am - Gear Up, Safety, Game Time12pm-12:30pm - Lunch (Bring a bagged lunch with you)12:30pm-1:30pm - Game Time!1:45pm - Depart2:15pm - Arrive back at Central Middle SchoolWhat should we wear?Dress in layers covering exposed skin and wear sturdy footwear. We provide a full head protective mask for players. The paintballs used at Air Assault are water soluble and will wash out of clothing. That being said we still recommend wearing clothes you don’t mind getting dirty.SafetyBoth the rental gear and paintballs are lighter, smaller and more fun to play with. Our paintball experience won’t leave you with massive welts and large bruises! Feel the rush of traditional paintball with less pain!Please Note: This page is for non-Flex members to sign up.Flex Members: Please register for this day in your FLEX account (not using this registration)
  • Mini Hoop Dreams

    Learn the fundamentals of basketball — dribbling, passing, pivoting, rebounding, and defense — in a fun and positive environment! This camp is designed for beginning or intermediate players and emphasizes learning to play together effectively as a team. Please wear athletic shoes. Camp time will include snack.
  • Summer Show: Bonnie & Clyde

    Registration for cast members onlyShow Dates:July 21-22 at 7 p.m.July 27-29 at 7 p.m.July 22 at 2 p.m.Rehearsal Times: (start 6/14)Weekdays in June: 5-9 p.m.Weekdays in July: 5-9:30 p.m.(no rehearsal 7/3-7/5)Rehearsals and performances will be at the Central Middle School and District Auditorium, 4855 Bloom Ave., White Bear Lake, MN
  • Thursday Night Ski 2018

    For a comprehensive list of information & FAQs for Thursday Night Ski please click HEREDATES:Jan 11 - TrollhaugenJan 18 - Wild MountainJan 25 - Day trip to Afton AlpsFeb 1 - TrollhaugenFeb 8 - Wild MountainFEES: $175 (Payment Plan available)Transportation & 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? Call 48 hours in advance to make reservations: Afton Alps (800)238-1328 Trollhaugen (651)433-5141 Wild Mountain (651)407-7544 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. If interested in being a chaperone sign up below or contact 651-407-7544
  • Tutoring

    WE ARE CURRENTLY NOT EXCEPTING STUDENTS FOR TUTORING.  Community Services offers academic tutoring for White Bear Lake students in the following subject areas: Elementary: All Subjects Middle School: Language Arts, Math, Science, Spanish High School: Math, Science Tutoring options are available in 5 or 10 session blocks and scheduled for one hour, 1-2 times per week.To book a tutor: Select either 5 or 10 sessions (deposit required) Enroll Now (enroll the student receiving tutoring) Once a tutor is confirmed you will be contacted directly to schedule all sessions. All remaining balances must be paid in full before any tutoring sessions take place. Tutor Cost:Non Licensed - $140/5 Sessions, $240/10 SessionsLicensed - $215/5 Sessions, $390/10 Sessions*Please allow a minimum of 2 weeks to be contacted by a tutor.All sessions take place in the safety of our schools