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  • Adaptive Kids Night Out-Art

    Traditional Kids Night Outs not the right fit for you? Have no fear, Adaptive Kids Night Outs are here! Showcase your creativity and engage in messy art activities that promote motor skills, socialization with peers, and a work-at-your-own pace environment! Session 1: Friday, October 21 | Parkway West Middle Session 2: Friday, December 16 | Parkway South Middle Grades K-5 | 6:30-8:30 p.m. $29
  • Blevins Elementary E-Hour Session 3: Dodge Ball After School Club

    This club is going to be amazing! Each week participants will warm up together, play classic dodgeball and mix it up with other variations of dodgeball. Come see what the fun is all about! Offered in partnership with The Recreation Academy.
  • Blevins Elementary E-Hour Session 4: LEGOs, Gizmos and Gadgets

    Use the LEGO we provide along with some extra supplies like marbles, balloons, rubber bands, and more to make exciting projects that are guaranteed to do something cool. Projects will “sail”, “take-off”, “fly”, “catapult”, and “race”! In every class, we will build a functioning model while we learn the STEM skills behind how they work and practice problem solving skills, teamwork skills, and become better communicators. Taught by Community Ed Instructors.
  • Chair Yoga - ONLINE

    THIS IS AN ONLINE CLASS -Your instructor will email instructions one hour prior to class Feel the benefits of yoga without having to get on the floor. You'll stretch the body, release tension, practice breathing, quiet the mind without having being on a yoga mat. Anyone can benefit from chair yoga especially if you have limited mobility or want to practice yoga at work. It is for all ages and can be practiced anytime! Taught by Community Ed instructor Angela Jurgensen. Session 1: Mondays, Starts January 23 | 6 sessions |10:00-11:00 a.m. Session 2: Wednesdays, Starts January 25 | 6 sessions | 10:00-11:00 a.m. Session 3: Thursdays, Starts January 26 | 6 sessions | 7:30-8:30 p.m. Session 4: Mondays, Starts April 3 | 6 sessions |10:00-11:00 a.m. Session 5: Wednesdays, Starts April 5 | 6 sessions | 10:00-11:00 a.m. Session 6: Thursdays, Starts April 6 | 6 sessions | 7:30-8:30 p.m. Ages 18+ $59 | Gold $29.50 | Silver $50.15 Pay a little more and help others enjoy learning and fun with Community Ed! Each of our adult programs includes an option to ‘pay a little more'. All funds raised help to provide enriching and engaging experiences for youth, families, and adults in need of financial assistance. Gold Card members (Parkway and Rockwood district residents ages 60 and older) receive a 50% discount for this class. The discounted rate will automatically be applied at checkout. You must have a Gold Card issued in your name to receive the discounted rate. If you do not have a Gold Card and would like to request one, complete an online request form. For any questions, please call us at 636-891-6644. Silver Card members (residents outside of the Parkway and Rockwood districts ages 60 and older) receive a 15% discount for this class. The discounted rate will automatically be applied at checkout. You must have a Silver Card membership to receive the discounted rate (you will not receive a physical card). If you are not registered for a Silver Card and would like to register, complete this online request form. Note: the Silver card does not provide free/reduced admission to Parkway or Rockwood High School sponsored events. Login information will be emailed to you by the instructor one (1) hour prior to your class time. Please note, this is a virtual/online class that can be accessed from a computer, tablet, or smartphone. To fully participate, you will need access to the Internet during class time, and a built-in camera/microphone on your device or a webcam if you'd like to communicate directly with the instructor. Please mark your calendar with class dates as we are unable to provide make-ups or credits for missed classes. All online classes are held in the Central Time Zone.
  • Eureka Elementary Before/After Care

    • Adventure Club
    • 2022-23 Rockwood Before/After School Care
    For more information about before and after care dates, times and rates, visit our Before/After Care page on our website. CONTACT INFORMATION: For general information, call or text us at 636-891-6644 or email info@prcommunityed.org To contact an Adventure Club site directly, view site contact information. NOTE: 2022-23 Non-Refundable Registration Fee is $85 per child (maximum of $170 per family). Click Enroll Now to begin.
  • Eureka Elementary E-Hour Session 3: Dodge Ball After School

    This club is going to be amazing! Each week participants will warm up together, play classic dodgeball and mix it up with other variations of dodgeball. Come see what the fun is all about! Offered in partnership with The Recreation Academy.
  • Eureka Elementary E-Hour Session 4: Soccer E-Hour SC

    Little kickers will get introduced to the basic skills through fun, instructional games. Each week, players will receive approximately 30 minutes of instructional practice followed by 30 minutes of game play. Offered in partnership with St. Louis Scott Gallagher.
  • Geggie Elementary E-Hour Session 3: Techno Safari

    Learn about energy. Mix up a mixture. Learn how cell phones work. Discover the wonderful world of animals - above and below water! Feel the force of energy and the might of motion in exciting physics explorations. Shake up a mixture, and experiment with telecommunication! The amazing take home projects in every class will have you exploring more at home. Offered in partership with Mad Science.
  • Geggie Elementary E-Hour Session 4: LEGOs, Gizmos and Gadgets

    Use the LEGO we provide along with some extra supplies like marbles, balloons, rubber bands, and more to make exciting projects that are guaranteed to do something cool. Projects will “sail”, “take-off”, “fly”, “catapult”, and “race”! In every class, we will build a functioning model while we learn the STEM skills behind how they work and practice problem solving skills, teamwork skills, and become better communicators. Taught by Community Ed Instructors.
  • Pre-competitive Swim Team Winter- Eureka High School

    This program is for the level 8 or higher SwimAmerica swimmer who wants to go to the next level beyond the instructional focus of SwimAmerica group classes. Compared to SwimAmerica group lessons, the pre-competitive classes are longer, more endurance-based, and meet twice a week. Coaching is conducted from the deck and will be very similar to a competitive swim club practice. This group is also perfect for anyone who enjoyed summer league swimming, and wants to continue swimming during the school year but is not able to commit to or qualify for a year-round competitive swim team. Pre-competitive classes will strive to refine stroke technique so if your child is still having trouble learning the butterfly and/or breaststroke you might want to consider taking a SwimAmerica class. Qualifications: 50 yards freestyle, 25 yards backstroke and have an idea of how to swim breaststroke and butterfly; or be in station 8 or higher in SwimAmerica
  • Smoky Mountains Adventure

    The Smoky Mountains Adventure trips are open to current Rockwood fifth grade students. Travel to the Great Smoky Mountains for an adventure-packed four days exploring the wilderness, searching for wildlife, learning about the environment and developing leadership skills. Stay at the Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont, an environmental education center located within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Smoky Mountains Adventure Trip Dates: Trip 1: Blevins, Eureka, Geggie | March 3-6 (bus departs March 3 at 6 a.m.) Trip 2: Ridge Meadows, Wild Horse, Woerther | March 10-13 (bus departs March 10 at 6 a.m.) Trip 3: Bowles, Kellison, Stanton, Uthoff Valley | March 31-April 3 (bus departs March 31 at 6 a.m.) Trip 4: Babler, Chesterfield, Pond | April 28-May 1 (bus departs April 28 at 6 a.m.) Trip 5: Ballwin, Fairway, Green Pines | May 5-8 (bus departs May 5 at 6 a.m.) Trip 6: Ellisville, Kehrs Mill, Westridge | May 19-22 (bus departs May 19 at 6 a.m.) Fee: $675 Full payment option: Pay the full amount of $675 upon acceptance on the trip. Installment option: A $225 deposit is due upon acceptance on the trip. If you choose the installment option, your account will automatically be set up to make three installment payments of $150 each due on December 1, January 2 and February 1. Limited fee assistance may be available to those who qualify. Registration: You may only register for the lotter for your child's assigned school trip. You may not register for another school's trip. If a trip is full, you have the option to register for the wait list and you will be contacted if/when a space becomes available. For more trip information and answers to Frequently asked questions, please click here. Questions? Contact our office at info@prcommunityed.org or call or text 636-891-6644.
  • Support For Parents: Guest Speaker Sessions (Topic: Babies and Sleep)

    THIS IS AN ONLINE CLASS - Your instructor will email instructions the day before the session. Let's talk about kids and sleep! In this session, Guest Speaker Kelly Weygandt will talk about healthy sleep hygiene for families with children of all ages and take time to answer any questions you may have about the topic. Wednesday, February 22 7:00-8:00 p.m. | Online No charge Please note, this is a virtual/online class that can be accessed from a computer, tablet, or smart phone. To fully participate, you will need access to the Internet during the class time, and a built in camera/microphone on your device or a webcam if you'd like to communicate directly with the instructor. Please mark your calendar with class dates as we are unable to provide make ups or credits for missed classes. All class will be held in the Central Time Zone.
  • Support For Parents: Guest Speaker Sessions (Topic: Supporting Grieving Kids)

    THIS IS AN ONLINE CLASS - Your instructor will email instructions the day before the session. According to sociologists from Penn State University & the University of Southern California, for every death that occurs, an average of 9 close relatives are left behind. We know that bereaved children cope better when caregivers openly discuss difficult topics such as grief and loss. This presentation will focus on how to support grieving children and youth and feature a question and answer portion. Tuesday, January 24 7:00-8:00 p.m. | Online No charge Please note, this is a virtual/online class that can be accessed from a computer, tablet, or smart phone. To fully participate, you will need access to the Internet during the class time, and a built in camera/microphone on your device or a webcam if you'd like to communicate directly with the instructor. Please mark your calendar with class dates as we are unable to provide make ups or credits for missed classes. All class will be held in the Central Time Zone.
  • Support For Teachers: Guest Speaker Sessions (Topic: Supporting Grieving Kids)

    THIS IS AN ONLINE CLASS - Your instructor will email instructions the day before the session. According to the New York Life Foundation's 2017 Bereavement Survey, 7 in 10 teachers currently have at least one student in their class who had lost a parent, guardian, sibling, or close friend in the past year. This presentation will focus on how to support grief in the classroom and feature a question and answer portion. Thursday, January 26 7:00-8:00 p.m. | Online No charge Please note, this is a virtual/online class that can be accessed from a computer, tablet, or smart phone. To fully participate, you will need access to the Internet during the class time, and a built in camera/microphone on your device or a webcam if you'd like to communicate directly with the instructor. Please mark your calendar with class dates as we are unable to provide make ups or credits for missed classes. All class will be held in the Central Time Zone.
  • Women's Outdoor Club

    Learn the basics of a new outdoor skill on First Fridays! This year-round program offers different program topics each month lead by a variety of instructors. Programs include archery, fire building, hiking, geocaching, kayaking, and more! Sign up for all 12 First Friday classes and save! Full Year | 12 sessions | $179 | $89.50 Gold Card, $152.15 Silver Card (Updated for the remaining 9 sessions $135.00 | $67.50 Gold Card, $114.75 Silver Card) Quarterly | 3 sessions | $49.00 | $24.50 Gold Card, $41.65 Silver Card Q1: September 9, October 7, November 4 Q2: December 2, January 6, February 3 Q3: March 3, April 7, May 5 Q4: June 2, July 7, August 4 Daily | 1 session | $19.00 | $9.50 Gold Card, $16.15 Silver Card Choose dates: September 9, October 7, November 4, December 2, January 6, February3, March 3, April 7, May 5, June 2, July 7, August 4 Location: To be determined and emailed Quarter 2 December 2: Fire building (We will start small with the art of the no-match fire, learn what to carry with you while hiking and how to build a fire to relax in front of, with no accelerant) January 6: Outdoor Cooking (We will different cooking methods including types of outdoor stoves, and will make a few delicious treats for ourselves) February 3: Navigating Trails (How to read a map, topography, basic compass use, and trail markers) Quarter 3 March 3: Nature Photography (Learn Nature Photography basics from an experienced photographer who takes photos for the Missouri Botanical Gardens) April 7: Bird ID Hike (Hike with an experienced birder who will discuss some basics of birding, how to identify bird calls and what resources they use to identify birds) May 5: Wildflower Hike and ID (Find some of the best trails for wildflower hikes, how to slow down and smell the native species and what resources we use to ID on the move) Quarter 4 June 2: Fishing (Learn the basics of fishing; from how to tie and bait the hook and where to cast your reel, to how to remove the fish and what to have in your tackle box) July 7: Kayaking 101 (Intro to Kayaking includes how to enter/exit the boat, different boats, holding the paddle properly, and types of turns) August 4: Stand Up Paddleboards/SUP (Jump into the world of SUP and learn how to stand up, and where to enjoy this hobby) Pay a little more and help others enjoy learning and fun with Community Ed! Each of our adult programs includes an option to ‘pay a little more'. All funds raised help to provide enriching and engaging experiences for youth, families, and adults in need of financial assistance. Gold Card members (Parkway and Rockwood district residents ages 60 and older) receive a 50% discount for this class. The discounted rate will automatically be applied at checkout. You must have a Gold Card issued in your name to receive the discounted rate. If you do not have a Gold Card and would like to request one, complete an online request form. For any questions, please call us at 636-891-6644. Silver Card members (residents outside of the Parkway and Rockwood districts ages 60 and older) receive a 15% discount for this class. The discounted rate will automatically be applied at checkout. You must have a Silver Card membership to receive the discounted rate (you will not receive a physical card). If you are not registered for a Silver Card and would like to register, complete this online request form. Note: the Silver card does not provide free/reduced admission to Parkway or Rockwood High School sponsored events.