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  • Camp Royal Volunteer Camp

    Interested in serving your community? Spend a week completing service projects, learning about volunteer organizations such as the ICA food shelf and Salvation Army and help the community in a positive way! Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
  • Canvas Extravaganza!

    Get ready for an amazing week creating beautiful art on canvas! We’ll have fun drawing and painting awesome art on real artist grade canvas. Make space at home to display your artwork! Sailboats, cupcakes and more, all in this highly creative camp.Bring a beverage, nut free snack and recess attire.Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
  • Card Sharks

    Sharpen your math skills through games! Play card games to help you with your basic math facts and general number sense. Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
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  • Card Sharks

    Sharpen your math skills through games! Play card games to help you with your basic math facts and general number sense. Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
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  • Card Sharks

    Sharpen your math skills through games! Play card games to help you with your basic math facts and general number sense. Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
  • Chess Camp

    Amaze your friends, impress your opponents and join professional chess coach Igor Rybakov. Students at all levels will develop creativity, concentration, and memory as well as critical and analytical thinking by playing practice and tournament games. Whether you are just getting started in chess or want to take your skills to the next level, join Coach Igor for a great week of chess puzzles, practice games, and tournaments!Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
  • Chinese Immersion Camp for Grade 2

    This camp is tailored for students who are going into 2nd grade in Fall. Both second grade teachers will be teaching reading, math, social, and emotional skills that will prepare students to be ready for 2nd grade. In the same time, cultural –rich activities and a variety of hand-crafts will be embedded in learning as well. Come join us for a fun learning experience camp!
  • Clay & Canvas Camp!

    Back by popular demand...The CLAY & CANVAS Workshop! We’ll work with several types of clay including animators clay, potters clay and our own clay recipe to create a finished jungle diorama The second half of camp focuses on FUN while learning painting techniques using acrylics on canvas boards!! You'll take home 2-3 masterpieces in this workshop.Come in paint friendly clothes because it’s going to get messy!Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
  • Coding Fun - plugged and unplugged

    Learn how to code using computers, board games, and group games. Kids will work with a variety of technology as well as unplugged activities to learn the basics of coding. They will also have a chance to program and use robots. We will spend a portion of each day playing group games outside so we can enjoy our Minnesota summer days.Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
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  • Coding Fun - plugged and unplugged

    Learn how to code using computers, board games, and group games. Kids will work with a variety of technology as well as unplugged activities to learn the basics of coding. They will also have a chance to program and use robots. We will spend a portion of each day playing group games outside so we can enjoy our Minnesota summer days.Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
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  • Create and Play with Technology

    In this class we are going to create projects and use educational games on iPads. Reading and math are fun with technology!Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form.
  • Creatures and Characters Pottery

    Watch your ideas and imaginations come to life! Bring your character, animal or creature you want to sculpt. Then we will spend the next two days, hand-building houses and habitats for our characters. Some students may want to sculpt a “friend” for their character; or a small dish to hold its food. The final day of class, students will paint all of their creations with colorful under-glaze.Students will pick up pottery on Thursday, August 2nd between 8-10am in the Pottery Lab.Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
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  • Down on the Farm

    There is SO much that happens on a farm in the summer! We will use our literacy and problem solving skills to learn about the animals that live on a farm and we will find out more about the important jobs people do on a farm. We will also discover the differences between fact and fiction as we read a variety of stories about farm life.Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
  • Driver's Education - Summer

    Safeway has been teaching teens to drive in the Metro Area for over 45 years. Last year, Safeway instructed over 8,000 teen drivers. Safeway’s only focus is creating safe, responsible teen drivers. Its customized teen program emphasizes defensive driving through classroom and behind-the-wheel training. All of Safeway’s instructors are licensed by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, having met the State’s background checks and testing requirements. Classroom Instruction: Students are required to take 30 hours of classroom instruction. Students can start classes at age 14½, obtain their permit at age 15, and license at age 16. The enhanced classroom curriculum includes study guides, lecture with PowerPoint, worksheets, videos and interactive computer software. These classes prepare students for the Minnesota Permit Exam and more importantly, focus on critical behavior and attitude issues common to teen drivers. If a student needs to miss a lesson, they can make up that exact lesson at any of the upcoming Hopkins sessions or at one of Safeway’s fixed locations. Behind-the-Wheel Instruction: Students must complete six hours of driving lessons with a Safeway instructor before taking the Minnesota Road Exam. Safeway’s lessons are divided into three, two-hour lessons. The lessons are one-on-one instruction with a responsible, professional Safeway driving instructor. Students can be picked up from and dropped off at home, school or work. Safeway offers convenient Internet behind-the-wheel scheduling. The lessons are given on actual city streets, highways and freeways. It is recommended that students take their first lesson 6-8 weeks after receiving their permit. Lessons should be at least 30 days apart allowing for practice with parents in between lessons. Parent Involvement: Students will bring home a parent letter with important information.  Safeway offers in-person and online parent classes to explain its program, describe parental responsibilities and answer any questions.  Parents are their child's primary driving instructor so it is critical to practice regularly.  The State requires 50 hours of practice with 15 hours at night, to be detailed on a driving log. For more information about Safeway’s program or to schedule a behind-the-wheel lesson, please call 952-933-1919 or visit www.safewaydrivingschool.com. There is an optional payment plan which requires $249.00 at registration and two additional payments of $75.00, paid directly to Safeway, at the first two behind-the-wheel instructions.
  • Emergency Form for Camp Royal

    Each Camp Royal participant will need to fill out an emergency form. This form will provide Camp Royal staff with important information regarding your student in case of an emergency. Simply register for the class below and fill out the questions. A parent or guardian will need to sign off on the following waivers:Accident Waiver:  In case of serious accident, injury or illness, I hereby authorize staff of Hopkins Public Schools to call 911 BEFORE notifying me, and to administer necessary first aid. If an ambulance is necessary, I understand that Hopkins Public Schools will not be held responsible for any costs that this may incur. Behavior Waiver: I understand that my child will need to follow all the rules of Camp Royal and demonstrate the same behavior they would in school.  I understand that if my child cannot follow the rules of Camp Royal, they may need to be picked up from camp for the day and/or will need to have a discussion with the Camp Director. Sunscreen Waiver: I will put sunscreen on my child before they arrive at camp if they are scheduled for an outside class. I permit staff to apply sunscreen to my child as needed. Late Fee Policy: I understand that there is a late fee of $1 per minute for pick ups after 12:30 pm for AM-only campers and after 5:00 pm for PM-only or all day campers. Photography Policy: I am aware that photographs of my child may be taken and used to promote Hopkins Community Education programs. If I do not want my child's photo taken, I will need to call the Community Education office at 952-988-4070. If your child needs medication distributed to them while attending Camp Royal, you will need to fill out the appropriate paperwork found on the district website. Click Here to be redirected to the website.  If you have any questions about the emergency form, please contact Jen Kopischke at 952-988-4078.
  • Emergency Form for Club Royal (Teens)

    This form is for Club Royal participants (7th-9th Grade) ONLY.  Camp Royal (K-6th grade) will be a separate form. Each Club Royal participant will need to fill out an emergency form. This form will provide Club Royal staff with important information regarding your student in case of an emergency. Simply register for the class below and fill out the questions. A parent or guardian will need to sign off on the following waivers:Accident Waiver:  In case of serious accident, injury or illness, I hereby authorize staff of Hopkins Public Schools to call 911 BEFORE notifying me, and to administer necessary first aid. If an ambulance is necessary, I understand that Hopkins Public Schools will not be held responsible for any costs that this may incur. Behavior Waiver: I understand that my child will need to follow all the rules of Club Royal and demonstrate the same behavior they would in school.  I understand that if my child cannot follow the rules of Club Royal, they may need to be picked up from camp for the day and/or will need to have a discussion with the Camp Director. Sunscreen Waiver: I will put sunscreen on my child before they arrive at camp if they are scheduled for an outside class. I permit staff to apply sunscreen to my child as needed. Late Fee Policy: I understand that there is a late fee of $1 per minute for pick ups after 12:30 pm for AM-only campers and after 4:30 pm for PM-only or all day campers. Photography Policy: I am aware that photographs of my child may be taken and used to promote Hopkins Community Education programs. If I do not want my child's photo taken, I will need to call the Community Education office at 952-988-4070. If your child needs medication distributed to them while attending Club Royal, you will need to fill out the appropriate paperwork found on the district website. Click Here to be redirected to the website.  If you have any questions about the emergency form, please contact Jen Kopischke at 952-988-4078.
  • Emoji Crafts

    Words are fun but Emojis are fabulous. Come prepared to make some creative crafts using your favorite Emoji. We will be making Emoji masks for your very own photo booth or selfie prop, corner bookmarks, and two surprise activities.Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
  • Emoji Crafts

    Words are fun but Emojis are fabulous. Come prepared to make some creative crafts using your favorite Emoji. We will be making Emoji masks for your very own photo booth or selfie prop, corner bookmarks, and two surprise activities.Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
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  • Engineering Aeronautics and Drones

    Explore flight like never before, flying drones and engineering amazing flying machines! Learn about state of the art flying robotic technology, the four Forces of Flight, and much more! You'll learn to fly drones, hone your skills and join an aerial competition! Student will also engineer multiple aircraft designs to take home, from helicopters, to gliders to propeller propelled planes. This is an awesome camp to get exposed to the latest robotic flight technology.Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
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  • Extreme Robotics: Battlebots

    Super-Charged NXT LEGO Robotics Projects! Get ready to take ultimate control!  Using the NXT Intelligent brick from LEGO®, servo motors, advanced ultrasonic, touch and light sensors, and specialized Lego technic engineering components, students will build extreme robots and overcome challenges. Students working in small teams will control the robot with NXT programs and then can experiment and modify the programs. Students will then be challenged to morph their projects in better, stronger or faster robots. Possible competitive robots built are Tug-O-War bots, hammer-bot, a claw-striker, and Sumo-bot.Please bring a drink & snack daily.
  • Extreme Robotics: EV3 Battlebots

    New Class with new builds and challenges! Combining the versatility of the LEGO building system and the Mindstorms EV3(the most sophisticated microcomputer brick ever made by LEGO), this camp will energize and excite students. Working each day in teams, students will construct fun LEGO models, experiment with programs, and compete in robotic challenges. Robot building, block programming, and teamwork will be part of each day’s activities. Final challenges will be centered around target hitting and a sumo battle. Please bring a drink & snack daily.Click Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
  • Fabulous Fashion Studio

    Do you love fashion? Want to design awesome accessories? Then is the camp for you! In this amazing camp we’ll become fashion designers as we sketch and design our own unique clothing and accessories. We’ll make jewelry, hair bows, tie dye a T-shirt, and more. Along the way we’ll listen to music, paint our nails and have a blast!Bring a plain white T-shirt, beverage, nut free snack and recess attireClick Here to fill out the Emergency Form and for Bus information.
  • Fencing Summer Camp

    New and returning students invited. Youth Enrichment League {YEL!} fencing has evolved. Olympic Coach Ro Sobalvarro now heads up {YEL!}’s curriculum, instructor training and tournament consultation. Coach Sobalvarro brings with him an immense knowledge of youth, national and international fencing. We keep it fun, too. Your favorite instructors return with more knowledge, refined coaching skills and, of course, your favorite fencing games and arm bands. Safety is our first priority. We supply safety swords, protective masks, chest plates and jackets, in a high-octane, inclusive environment. Visit YELKids.com for a more thorough explanation of our fencing program, coaches and philosophy. Sign up today to join this sport deemed the “sport of the intellectual athlete!”