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    3D Engineering: Architectural & Structural Design

    Unlock your creativity in this architectural LEGO® class! Dive into the world of construction as you learn 3D design principles and math skills through building structures, towers, castles, and more. Working in pairs, explore concepts like scale, stacking vs. staggering bricks, and architectural fundamentals while constructing houses with removable roofs, castles with turrets, and mighty towers.
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    3D Printing: Star Wars

    Unleash your creativity with 3D design! Using Tinkercad and Cura, bring your ideas to life and design a droid. Dive into out-of-this-world CAD challenges and bring home two printed 3D models.
  • 4CT Junior Drama Camp

    This interactive camp is for young thespians interested in performing on stage. The camp will include an introduction to theater games and activities, popular musical theater songs and short scenes. Students will learn to act, sing and dance as well as participate in making their own prop pieces for the show. A half-hour performance will take place on Thursday.
  • 4th & 5th Grade FALL Volleyball

    Grade 4 & 5 in Fall 2024 Get an early start in this competitive and fun sport! We’ll focus on skill development and play in a Saturday league with area schools. This is a great opportunity to get court time and play volleyball with friends and classmates. Parents provide transportation to matches. Match schedules will be available after practices begin. Athletic shoes and knee pads required. LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE!
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    ACT College Examination Preparatory Course

    Advantage Educational Programs gives students the option of preparing for the ACT exam in two different ways: the in-person ACT Preparatory Course or the online ACT Preparatory Course. Both 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. The course includes diagnostic testing, instruction in time management, overcoming test anxiety, science reasoning, English strategies and review, essay writing, reading comprehension, math strategies and review. Please bring notebook paper, pencils, calculator and a small 3-ring binder or folder to class. 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. For more information, call Advantage Education Programs at 612-222-5108. Any students who are registering as repeat students who have previously paid should register for the self-paced virtual class at no charge.
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    ACT College Examination Preparatory Course - Live Virtual Class

    This course is an excellent alternative for any student unable to attend an in-person class, but still prefers the interaction with an instructor. The live virtual ACT prep course is the same as the in-person ACT course, but from the comfort of your own home. Our instructors teach live via Zoom and are available to answer questions if needed. You will need an internet connection and a computer/tablet/smart phone. Instruction for all areas tested will be provided with focal points on diagnostic testing, science reasoning, math review and strategies, reading comprehension improvement, English strategies, writing essays, overcoming test anxiety and time management. Please have notebook paper, pencils and a calculator available. Once enrolled, students are sent a link via email for their class. For a complete list of ACT prep class locations, go to www.AdvantagePrep.net or call 612-222-5108.
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    ACT College Examination Preparatory Course - Live Virtual Class

    This course is an excellent alternative for any student unable to attend an in-person class, but still prefers the interaction with an instructor. The live virtual ACT prep course is the same as the in-person ACT course, but from the comfort of your own home. Our instructors teach live via Zoom and are available to answer questions if needed. You will need an internet connection and a computer/tablet/smart phone. Instruction for all areas tested will be provided with focal points on diagnostic testing, science reasoning, math review and strategies, reading comprehension improvement, English strategies, writing essays, overcoming test anxiety and time management. Please have notebook paper, pencils and a calculator available. Once enrolled, students are sent a link via email for their class. For a complete list of ACT prep class locations, go to www.AdvantagePrep.net or call 612-222-5108.
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    ACT College Examination Preparatory Course - Self-paced Virtual Class

    Register for the self-paced online course and have access and complete preparation for the ACT at your own pace. Register for this section through August 1, 2024. Instruction for all areas tested will be provided with focal points on diagnostic testing, science reasoning, math review and strategies, reading comprehension improvement, English strategies, writing essays, overcoming test anxiety and time management. Please have notebook paper, pencils and a calculator available for class. Students may repeat the course as often as they desire for no additional cost. Once enrolled, students are sent an access code for their class via email and can begin preparing right away. For a complete list of ACT prep class locations, go to www.AdvantagePrep.net or call 612-222-5108. VERY IMPORTANT - you must have a Google account with a @gmail.com email address in order to access the Online ACT Prep Course through Google Classroom. Remember, the Gmail account that you use to join the online course is the ONLY email address that you will be allowed to use during the online course. Please Note - If you have a school-issued email address, even if it is a Gmail address, it is blocked for access to Google Classroom.
  • Add-Ons

    • Clubhouse & Add-Ons - School Year
    • 2024/2025 Clubhouse/Add-Ons
    The Clubhouse and Add-Ons program is an enrichment program designed to extend your Preschooler's day or provide an opportunity for your young ones to start getting exposed to a school setting! You choose the days that your child will regularly attend. Clubhouse Morning Clubhouse is a multi-aged classroom designed for children 18 months to 5 years. Our days are filled with Creative Curriculum studies and activities to enhance your child's social-emotional and academic development. Under 3: $30/day 3+ $25/day Afternoon Clubhouse is designed for children ages 3-5. Your child will enjoy spending the afternoon exploring the arts and physical fitness! Must be potty trained. $20/day Add-Ons Morning Movers is open to 3-5 year old Preschoolers- who need care Monday - Friday from 8:30 - 9:15 am during the Preschool calendar year. Preschoolers will have structured, supervised play time in the gym and then each child will be escorted to their Preschool classroom door to start the day. Must be potty trained. $10/day Lunch Bunch is a great way to extend your 3-5 year old's day. Lunch Bunch is available M-F and runs from 11:45 am to 12:45 pm. Pack a nut free lunch and your child will be brought to Lunch Bunch right from Preschool or Clubhouse. Must be potty trained. $10/day After Adventures is open to 3-5 year olds who need an extra hour of care after their Preschool day! This is available Monday-Friday from 2:45 - 3:45 pm. Must be potty trained. $10/day
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    Adult Aqua Exercise

    Join us for a low impact, double benefit workout. This class will benefit your joints and overall health by working on cardio and resistance training. Although you need not be a swimmer, participants should be comfortable in the water. Aqua shoes are recommended. Aquatic fitness punch cards do not apply toward this class.
  • Adult Basketball Open Gym

    Season Pass: $48 purchased online only (June - August) Drop-In Fee: $5 cash (paid at the front desk upon arrival) Orono Activities Center Members: Free Bring your own basketball. All Players must enter through the Activities Center and check-in at the front desk. For ages 18+. No children for safety reasons.
  • Adult Enrichment

    Creative arts, fitness, health & wellness, cooking, special interest and more!
  • Adult Pickleball Open Gym

    Bring your paddle. Balls provided. Courts separated by level of play. All levels welcome. All players must check in at the Orono Activities Center front desk. For ages 18+. No children for safety reasons. Season Pass: $120 purchased online only (June-August) Drop In Fee: $5 cash (paid at the front desk upon arrival) Orono Activities Center Members: Free
  • Adult Volleyball Open Gym

    Two courts of play. Co-ed teams formed upon arrival. For ages 18+. No children for safety reasons. Season Pass: $53 purchased online only (January - May) Drop In Fee: $5 cash (paid at the gym upon arrival) Orono Activities Center Members: Free
  • Aquatics

    Swimming lessons, open swim, aquatic fitness programs, Metro Marlins swim team & more!
  • Awesome Art

    If you think art is awesome, this is the camp for you! Explore art materials as we learn drawing techniques, create with clay, and paint on real canvas boards. We’ll even create a beach scene out of real candy!
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    Baby & Me (0-8 months)

    Non-separating: Parents stay with babies the entire class. A typical ECFE Class includes… Parent-Child Activity Time: time for families to explore a classroom filled with developmentally appropriate play and learning activities planned by a licensed early childhood teacher. Parent-Child Circle Time: time for parents to help their children with their first experiences in a large group activity at school. ECFE teachers are famous for the fun and creative ways they encourage language, music and your imagination. Parent Discussion Time: time for parents to meet with a licensed parent educator to share support, experiences and information about child development and parenting techniques. Children’s Activity Time: time for children to learn with the licensed early childhood teachers/staff and practice social skills as they interact with each other.
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    Baby & Me (6-14 months)

    Non-separating: Parents stay with babies the entire class. A typical ECFE Class includes… Parent-Child Activity Time: time for families to explore a classroom filled with developmentally appropriate play and learning activities planned by a licensed early childhood teacher. Parent-Child Circle Time: time for parents to help their children with their first experiences in a large group activity at school. ECFE teachers are famous for the fun and creative ways they encourage language, music and your imagination. Parent Discussion Time: time for parents to meet with a licensed parent educator to share support, experiences and information about child development and parenting techniques. Children’s Activity Time: time for children to learn with the licensed early childhood teachers/staff and practice social skills as they interact with each other.
  • Backyard Buddies

    Let’s continue our school year into the summer months with friends and fun! Explore classroom centers, circle time, snack and story, outside playgrounds, and The Backyard! Bring a nut-aware snack, water bottle, diapers and wipes in a backpack for each day.
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    Backyard Explorer: Bird Watch - At Home STEM Kit

    Invite budding naturalists to head outside for a walk to spot feathered friends - in the woods, a park, or right in their backyard. Backyard Explorer: Bird Watch leads kids through the basics of birding, from identifying common birds to learning about habitat and listening for bird songs. Includes activity ideas such as building a bird nest, matching games, and simple discovery about food chains/life cycle of birds. Build a wooden birdhouse, gelatin bird feeders and observe the wonders of the world outside with clipboard and working binoculars. Kit available to order through August 1. Kits will be available for pickup at Orono Community Education at Door E24 (705 N. Old Crystal Bay Rd.) beginning May 15. We will send an email reminder about pick-up dates and times.
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    Backyard Explorer: Bubbles - At Home STEM Kit

    Can bubbles be different shapes? Why do bubbles pop? Head outside and get bubbling as you explore surface tension with hands-on science, 16 ounces of bubble solution and reusable bubble straws/connectors to make unlimited 2D and 3D geometric wands. Then delight your bubble explorer with giant bubbles big enough to fit in! Kit available to order through August 1. Kits will be available for pickup at Orono Community Education at Door E24 (705 N. Old Crystal Bay Rd.) beginning May 15. We will send an email reminder about pick-up dates and times.
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    Backyard Explorer: Bug Hunt - At Home STEM Kit

    Head outside and get the buzz on bugs! This kit is packed with educational prompts and activities to encourage junior naturalists to spot insects while on a walk in the woods, playing in a park, or searching right outside their front door. Interactive field guides help young seekers identify fliers, crawlers, and pollinators. Project ideas such as Weave a Web or Make a Bug Hotel, and cool bug facts, boost the insect intrigue. Includes a one-handed bug catcher with thumb operated trapping slider and 5x magnification, a perfect companion to catch the fastest specimens in a safe and humane way. Kit available to order through August 1. Kits will be available for pickup at Orono Community Education at Door E24 (705 N. Old Crystal Bay Rd.) beginning May 15. We will send an email reminder about pick-up dates and times.