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  • HS Girls Flag Football

    Join our high school girls flag football team for an exciting opportunity to train with professionals and experienced coaches. This program offers a unique chance to practice alongside middle school girls and help train and coach them, fostering growth and teamwork on and off the field. Participants will also have the opportunity to gain valuable coaching experience by working as assistant coaches, honing leadership skills and deepening their understanding of the game. Come be a part of a supportive and empowering team environment that encourages skill development, sportsmanship, and camaraderie. Once registered you can choose what role you would like to participate.
  • ETS Strength & Conditioning

    Athletes in the Hopkins area are invited to join ETS Performance this spring as we bring cutting edge strength, speed, power, deceleration and movement mastery training to athletes in a challenging, yet positive environment that will enhance performance, build character and improve lifestyles. Every session will be led by a certified and experienced ETS Performance Coach who will help to instruct athletes throughout all training sessions
  • Sunday Chess School

    Chess is a classic game that develops spatial thinking and strategies and builds focused concentration. Taught by a professional chess coach, the class is geared toward all levels of chess players. Beginners learn basic game rules and opening tactic moves. Intermediate and advanced players learn sophisticated combinations and strategies and advanced opening moves. Now is your chance to bring your game to the next level. The best part of all - CHESS IS FUN! Who knows, maybe your son or daughter is the next world chess champion like Bobby Fischer!
  • Spring Kung Fu-Wu Shu for Self-Defense and Fitness

    Learn kicking, punching, self-defense skills and build muscle, power, flexibility and agility. Improve your awareness, self-esteem and confidence. Join a FUN, progressive, full-participation class and learn skill building exercises that will strengthen the mind and body. Parents: Instead of waiting outside, sign up and participate with your child in class! Optional uniform and certification from White to Black Belt are available. Ages 5+
  • YR Art Studio

    There is no better way to get a jump in spring than with our fun Young Rembrandts cartoon class. Your student will be exposed to the excitement of drawing and animating dinosaur expressions and funny anime characters. These drawings will delight our students as they learn how to draw dynamic figures and action-filled scenes. Your funny bone will be tickled when you see the humorous, floral-inspired personas created in our flower characters lesson. And we will have an enormous amount of fun as we draw cartoon animals of all shapes and sizes doing their favorite hobbies. No experienced needed. Hopkins Community Education is excited to provide a pick your price payment option for before and after school programming. Our hope is to provide access to high quality enrichment classes for all Hopkins students. Contact us for more information or to donate more.
  • Soccer Camp

    DASH Sports soccer camps provide players a well-rounded soccer experience covering a broad range of soccer skills training (dribbling, passing, shooting, & defense) and skill-based games. Players will be challenged and grouped at an appropriate level while receiving instruction in a fun, positive environment while learning values of ‘Respect, Hustle, and Pride’. Camp ends with a scrimmage on the final day. Athletes should bring a water bottle (spikes and shin guards are optional). Equipment will be provided. Hopkins Community Education is excited to provide a pick your price payment option for before and after school programming. Our hope is to provide access to high quality enrichment classes for all Hopkins students. Contact us for more information or to donate more.
  • TGA Golf

    TGA (Teach. Grow. Achieve.) provides golf instruction making it convenient and affordable to learn golf in a fun and safe environment. Kid-friendly instructors help your child develop golf skills and knowledge through full swing, chipping and putting stations. Top-notch equipment and training materials are provided, all skill levels have the chance to come out and play with TGA! Hopkins Community Education is excited to provide a pick your price payment option for before and after school programming. Our hope is to provide access to high quality enrichment classes for all Hopkins students. Contact us for more information or to donate more.
  • Kid's Yoga

    Fun and interactive yoga experience to learn to build shapes with the body. Build strength, flexibility, and self-esteem with time for yoga related activity (games, artwork) to connect with peers. Hopkins Community Education is excited to provide a pick your price payment option for before and after school programming. Our hope is to provide access to high quality enrichment classes for all Hopkins students. Contact us for more information or to donate more.
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  • Royal Zone Before- and After- School Middle School Program

    Community Education's new before- and after- school middle school youth program, Royal Zone, will offer students choice and interest-based activities. Students will engage in a variety of activities based on their interests like sports, gaming, technology, and arts & creation. This before- and after- school program will be a safe space where students can be themselves and create positive memories. Families can register their student for the morning only, the afternoon only or both the morning and afternoon session. Individual days or weeks will be not be available for registration. Weekly payment plans are available. Location: North Middle School* *West Middle School students will have transportation before and after school to and from North Middle School.
  • North Middle School Talent Show

    Calling all singers, dancers, jugglers, comedians and other performers! Show off your talent to your peers at the North Middle School Talent Show. Acts will have 1-4 minutes for their performance and must be school appropriate. Students must register to participate in the show and be in the audience. Students not registered must go home after school. A 5:45pm activity bus will be available for those who live in the Hopkins School District. It must be indicated on the registration that the activity bus will be needed. Families and friends are invited to attend!
  • Code Championship Tournament Series | Virtual Computer Coding Competition

    Build a computer bot to play head-to-head against other coders! Whether this is your first Code Championship event, or if you've been competing for years, this is the perfect way to explore the competitive coding world of Code Championship. No previous coding experience necessary. The Code Championship Series is a series of four tournaments in four weeks (it's ok to miss one or two). These tournaments will be hosted online using Google Meet and the Code Championship website. If you have a modern browser like Chrome or Firefox, no additional download is required. Please come knowing how to navigate the internet (basic typing and mouse control). The link to the Google Meet event will be emailed two days before the tournament. What is Code Championship? Video
  • Hopkins Kids Track League

    Whether kids are going for the gold or just looking to try something new, the Hopkins Kids Track League provides a fun way for kids to get out and run! Meets are for 3-12 year olds. First, second and third place ribbons will be awarded in each event and age group; participation ribbons will be given to all participants. Age groups: 4 & Under (participation ribbons only), 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12. Ages 9+ will receive extended skill instruction in the events of hurdles, jumps and throws. (Age is determined by the age of the child on the day of the meet.)
  • Drawing Made Easy with Kidcreate Studio

    Have you ever wished drawing was easy? Well in this class, it couldn’t be easier! For each drawing project, students will learn a simple step-by-step method as they draw well-dressed llamas, cute kittens, adorable pandas, and more. Drawing is easy, fun, and anyone can do it- and this class proves it! Hopkins Community Education is excited to provide a pick your price payment option for before and after school programming. Our hope is to provide access to high quality enrichment classes for all Hopkins students. Contact us for more information or to donate more.
  • TGA Tennis

    TGA (Teach. Grow. Achieve.) provides group tennis instruction making it convenient and affordable to learn tennis in a fun and safe environment. Kid-friendly instructors help your child develop tennis skills and knowledge through groundstroke, volley, serve, and rally games and activities. Top-notch equipment and training materials are provided, all skill levels have the chance to come out and play with TGA! Hopkins Community Education is excited to provide a pick your price payment option for before and after school programming. Our hope is to provide access to high quality enrichment classes for all Hopkins students. Contact us for more information or to donate more.
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    Girls Flag Football MN Vikings & Fit-Future

    Join us for an exciting introduction to flag football designed specifically for middle school girls! In this course, students will learn the fundamentals of flag football, including passing, catching, and basic offensive and defensive strategies, all in a supportive and empowering environment. Through skill-building drills and friendly scrimmages, girls will develop teamwork, sportsmanship, and confidence as they have fun playing the game! There will be practices weekly, 3 game dates on Tuesdays in May, 2 free skills sessions, and an end of the year tournament hosted by MN Vikings on June 8th.
  • Beginning Sewing

    This is for those who have little or no experience at a sewing machine. We begin with learning the parts of the sewing machine and then practice sewing straight and curved lines. We will learn about choosing fabric and patterns. In Session 1 we will make a pillow case. Students will be required to provide fabric and a designated pattern for Session 2. In Session 2, we will learn about using patterns and will cut out the fabric and construct a pair of leisure pants. Students are then on their way to sewing fashions and accessories of their own creation.
  • Mother's Day Gift Making with Kidcreate Studio

    They love you, hug you and make you brush your teeth! Show your mom how much you love her with a handmade gift! Create mom a beautiful handprint flower bouquet painting on a real canvas board. What a great keepsake! Please pack a nut free snack and drink for your child each day.
  • Free Fun in the Park

    Spend the afternoon investigating what lives in the pond using nets and bowls, meet live birds of prey and go on a nature walk to see signs of spring. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Drive to Lowry Nature Center at 7025 Nature Center Drive, Victoria, MN 55386 or ride the free shuttle bus from Eisenhower Community Center at 12:30pm returning at 3:30pm. Please register each individual attending the Family Field Trip.
  • Flag Football Camp

    Dash Sports flag football camps provide players with a well-rounded football experience in a little to no contact safe environment. Key elements of passing, catching, rushing, and defense will be taught and practiced, and players will be grouped and challenged at an appropriate level in a fun, positive environment while learning values of ‘Respect, Hustle, and Pride’. Camp ends with a scrimmage on the final day. Athletes should bring a water bottle (spikes/cleats and mouth guards are optional). Footballs and flag belts are provided. Hopkins Community Education is excited to provide a pick your price payment option for before and after school programming. Our hope is to provide access to high quality enrichment classes for all Hopkins students. Contact us for more information or to donate more.
  • Robotics Coaches Info Session

    Learn about coaching your student's robotics team next school year! Previous coaches and coordinators will talk about the commitment to coaching, training, support and how to sign up to coach. This is for incoming elementary and middle school students. Registration is not required. Don't want to coach but want your student to join a team? Look for team registration in July on the Community Ed website!
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    Lifeguard Certification

    This FREE comprehensive course is designed to instruct participants in the skills and knowledge needed to become a lifeguard, Following completion of the course youth will be be available to be paid interns for Hopkins Community Ed. While attending the course candidates will learn how to recognize, prevent, and respond quickly to aquatic emergencies. The course also instructs participants in CPR for the Professional Rescuer, AED and First Aid. Participants will receive certifications in the above - certifications will be presented upon completion of attending all class sessions, passing all written exams, water skills and test. Prerequisites: -Participant must be 15 years of age or older. • Ability to pass pretest. Swim 300 yards continuously demonstrating breath control and rhythmic breathing. Tread water for 2 minutes using only legs. Complete a timed event within 1 minute 40 seconds: starting in the water, swim 20 yards, surface dive, feet first or head first to a depth of 7 to 10 feet to retrieve a 10-pound object, return to surface and swim 20 yards on back with both hands holding object, exit the water without using a ladder or steps. Certifications received upon completion of course objectives and passing score of 80 percent correct on course final written exams. Lifeguard, CPR-PR with AED and First Aid are valid for 2 years. Will need to renew certifications every two years. * Blended Learning Class: a link will be emailed one week prior to class beginning with online class curriculum, email address required.
  • Winter/Spring Drivers Education

    Safeway has been teaching teens to drive in the Metro Area for over 50 years. Last year, Safeway instructed over 11,000 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. Classroom instruction and behind-the-wheel instruction are not required after the age of 18. 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 through distance learning via Zoom or in-person 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 and dropped off at home, school or work. Safeway offers convenient online 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: Parents are their child’s primary driving instructor so it is critical to practice regularly with permitted drivers in all driving situations. Students are required to practice at least 50 hours (15 at night) and record the practice on a driving log. Safeway offers online Parent Classes. The class cost $10.00 and qualifies for a reduction in student practice hours. Important parent information will be sent home on the first day of class. Payment Plan: Pay $249 at registration for classroom instruction, then $160 directly to Safeway later for behind-the-wheel instruction. 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.
  • Free Mathnasium Assessment

    Mathnasium of Minnetonka is excited to offer a free math assessment for students who are looking to prepare for the upcoming summer season. Whether you are an advanced student who wants to stay sharp or a struggling student who needs extra help, our assessment is designed to meet your needs. Our team of experienced educators will work with you to identify your strengths and weaknesses, and develop a customized plan to help you succeed. Don't let the summer months slow you down - sign up for our free math assessment today!
  • Discover Magic Orange Wand

    Get ready to take an amazing adventure into the exciting world of magic. Learn how to teleport objects across the room, find hidden magical treasures, and levitate a cup of popcorn just to name a few. In this course, students will not only learn the three parts that make up a magic trick with a special focus on presentation, but more importantly they will discover the real secrets to becoming a true magician as each lesson reveals an important life skill to help build their confidence and communication skills.
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