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  • 3-4 Greek & Shriek: Percy & The Olympians + Scary Stories

    AM/ PM Camp only registration includes 2 hours of themed activities. Full day option includes both AM and PM camps as well a variety of activities including move and groove time, team building, recess, snack and lunch provided by Nutrition Services Full Day AM+PM Percy & The Olympians + Scary Stories 9:00am-4:00pm Full Day opportunity includes AM & PM camps as well as a variety of activities including move and groove (active time), Daily Special (fun themed based activity), Team Time (team building/SEL activities) and an afternoon snack. Full Day Schedule 9:00-9:30 Move and Groove/ Breakfast 9:30-11:30 AM Camp 11:30-12:30 Lunch and Recess 12:30-1 Daily Special 1:00-1:30 Team Time 1:30-3:30 PM Camp 3:30-4 Snack/ Pick Up Lunch is provided for free by Nutrition Services. Follow the link to see an updated menu Summer Lunch Menu AM Only Percy & The Olympians 9:30am-11:30am Percy & The Olympians: The series follows Percy and his friends from Camp Half-Blood as they meet gods, battle monsters, and take on the Titans. Get your very own Camp-Half Blood shirt, make your own camp bead and learn all about Greek mythology! PM Only Scary Stories 1:30pm-3:30pm Scary Stories: Welcome to Scary Stories, a spooktacular Goosebumps themed camp, where eerie adventures and thrilling tales await your little campers! Our camp is designed to give children a chillingly good time as they explore the mysteries and wonders of the spooky Goosebumps world.
  • 3-4 Sports of All Sorts: Summer Games + Playground Favorites

    AM/ PM Camp only registration includes 2 hours of themed activities. Full day option includes both AM and PM camps as well a variety of activities including move and groove time, team building, recess, snack and lunch provided by Nutrition Services Full Day AM + PM Camp Summer Games + Playground Favorites 9:00am-4:00pm Full Day opportunity includes AM & PM camps as well as a variety of activities including move and groove (active time), Daily Special (fun themed based activity), Team Time (team building/SEL activities) and an afternoon snack. Full Day Schedule 9:00-9:30 Move and Groove/ Breakfast 9:30-11:30 AM Camp 11:30-12:30 Lunch and Recess 12:30-1 Daily Special 1:00-1:30 Team Time 1:30-3:30 PM Camp 3:30-4 Snack/ Pick Up Lunch is provided for free by Nutrition Services. Follow the link to see an updated menu Summer Lunch Menu AM Only Summer Games 9:30am-11:30am Summer Games: Do you know that there are over 8,000 sporting games and indigenous sports worldwide?This week is going to be filled to the brim with playing, and learning about, different summer sports. We'll discover what makes a golf ball fly so far and how a basketball can be so bouncy! PM Only Playground Favorites 1:30pm-3:30pm Playground Favorites: There's no doubt about it: kids benefit from outdoor play. Whether they're swinging on a swing set or playing kickball, these activities help them develop—physically, socially, and emotionally. From capture the flag to tag--we've rounded up our favorite playground classics!
  • CP Spring Chess Club with CSGA

    Whether you consider yourself a beginner or intermediate player, join this club to meet and interact with other chess players in your school and play on a weekly basis. If they are new to the game, players will learn the basic rules and strategies of chess. Tournament play is encouraged outside of the club, but not required. Players are able to complete a full game and recognize a checkmate and stalemate Players can set and use a chess clock during a game Players are able to resolve a disagreement with & w/o adults present Players can explain the rules of chess (movement of the pieces, checkmate, & stalemate)
  • Chess Camp: Tactics & Strategies with CSGA

    This chess camp is for players that need the next level of challenge from their school club. Maybe you’re ready to “try” tournament play. Maybe you want to “improve” your tournament play. Standard chess and variations will be used to improve your skills. Participants should be interested in a deeper level of instruction beyond the basics.
  • 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.
  • Colorful Cubes: A Summer of Solving

    Embark on an exciting journey into the world of twisty challenges, vibrant colors, and mind-bending strategies. Cubing Basics: Dive into the fundamentals of solving the Rubik's Cube. Advanced Strategies: Elevate your skills with advanced solving methods and strategies. Group Challenges: Engage in friendly competition and collaborative puzzle-solving activities. Creative Cube Art: Unleash your artistic side through cube art! Cubing Etiquette and Culture: Immerse yourself in the global cubing community. Explore the history, competitions, and etiquette of competitive cubing, and gain insights into the diverse and passionate world of cubing enthusiasts. Grand Finale Tournament: Put everything you've learned to the test and compete for the title of "Cube Champion." Morning Camp (9:00am-12:00pm) - 3rd-4th Graders Afternoon Camp (1:00pm-4:00pm) - 5th- 8th Graders
  • Elementary Chess Club with CSGA

    Whether you consider yourself a beginner or intermediate player, join this club to meet and interact with other chess players in your school and play on a weekly basis. If they are new to the game, players will learn the basic rules and strategies of chess. Tournament play is encouraged outside of the club, but not required. Players are able to complete a full game and recognize a checkmate and stalemate Players can set and use a chess clock during a game Players are able to resolve a disagreement with & w/o adults present Players can explain the rules of chess (movement of the pieces, checkmate, & stalemate)
  • Limericks, Letters and Lyrics

    Unravel the magic of limericks and their unique structure. Have fun with silly rhyming, and discover techniques to evoke feelings and connect with your audience. Explore calligraphy and how to craft your own envelopes.
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    Northeast Regional Open Chess Final Tournament

    Elementary and secondary chess players are invited to participate in the ""NE Regional Open Chess Final". Whether you participated in a chess club or not in the fall, winter, or spring, you are invited to compete in this short, fun tournament where you can play against students representing Mounds View, St. Anthony-New Brighton and Mahtomedi school districts! Time controls will be used when necessary to keep the tournament within time constraints. The format and recognition will be based on the number of registered participants in each grade level and school. Anticipated sections will be Secondary 7th-12th, Invitational Elementary (Top Club Players), Open Elementary K-1st & 2nd-6th. Pre-registration is encouraged, but walk-ins will be accepted. Tournament etiquette and procedures will be explained at the event for players new to tournament play. Players are not eliminated. Everyone plays in each round unless there is a bye because of an odd number of participants. Typically there are 4-5 rounds. Check-in will be 30 minutes before the posted start time. A great way to end of the Chess season. Concessions Available: Breakfast, Lunch & Snack Items Supervision will be provided. Parents/guardians are allow to stay, but are not allowed in the playing area and will be asked to wait in the lobby area. Mask will be required while playing across from your opponent, but optional elsewhere. This tournament is being held at Edgewood Middle School -5100 Edgewood Dr, Mounds View, MN 55112
  • STEM Weather Explorers with CSGA

    Learn how Meteorologists and National Weather Observers measure the weather and classify climate! Use and create basic measuring tools for recording environmental data that scientists and reporters use to describe the weather and climate. Practice recording and reporting your own weather data. Use remote sensing techniques with drones to acquire some of your data. Observe, Record, Analyze, Predict, and Report your findings. Official weather observers need dedication to public service, attention to detail, and the ability to learn and perform daily routines. Do you have what it takes?
  • Virtual Spanish: ¡Vamos a Imaginar!

    ¡Vamos a Imaginar! Let's Imagine! In this thrilling LIVE virtual summer camp, students will use their imagination and learn Spanish vocabulary related to their favorite themes: superheroes, princesses, magic, dinosaurs, mermaids, unicorns, and more! Each class, students will explore age appropriate adventures in Spanish! Basic conversation and Spanish vocabulary, such as colors and counting, will be incorporated to build on their skills each week. Class will include interactive activities learning Spanish vocabulary and practical conversation elements. Join us on a magical adventure! Appropriate for incoming students in grades 1 - 5 with any level of Spanish experience.
  • ¡Vamos a Imaginar! Spanish Summer Camp

    ¡Vamos a Imaginar! Let's Imagine! In this thrilling summer camp, students will use their imagination and learn Spanish vocabulary related to their favorite themes: superheroes, princesses, magic, dinosaurs, mermaids, unicorns and more! Each class, students will explore age-appropriate adventures in Spanish! Basic conversation and Spanish vocabulary, such as colors and counting, will be incorporated to build on their skills each week. Class will include interactive activities learning Spanish vocabulary and practical conversation elements. Join us on a magical adventure! Appropriate for incoming students in grades 1 - 5 with any level of Spanish experience.