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  • Rockwood Swim Club - Group Fees (2023-24)

    ROCKWOOD SWIM CLUB GROUP FEES Thank you for joining Rockwood Swim Club! We are excited for the new season. Some practices will start mid-August. New Swimmers: Welcome! Register for the group in which you were placed at your try out. Returning Swimmers: Welcome back! Register for the group you were in unless you have had a conversation with your coach about moving groups. You may choose your payment plan as follows: Full Payment: Payment runs immediately at registration. 10 monthly payments: 10 equal payments will start September 5, 2023 and run through June 5, 2023. 3 payments per year: First payment runs at registration, subsequent payments are on December 5, 2023, and March 5, 2024. Your Rockwood Swim Club account at www.rockwoodswim.org will be used for all other billing (i.e. Admin Fee, Meet Fees, Meet Deposit, etc.). USA Swimming registration will be ordered/renewed through SWIMS 3.0. Instructions will be sent in September to register. .
  • KEHRS MILL: Kid's Night Out

    Attention Kehrs Mill Parents! Take a night to yourself while your kids have a fun and engaging night! The Kehrs Mill PTO is partnering up with Parkway-Rockwood Community Ed to offer these unique and fun experiences for the students of Kehrs Mill Elementary. Choose one or all of the available dates below, give your child an experience they will not forget and have yourself a great night out! Creations by Nations | September 22 | Art comes in many different forms from all over the globe, let's get inspired! Discover, practice, and create new projects each day inspired by different art forms brought to us from around the world. Perfect for anyone who loves art in any form! Taught by Community Ed Instructors Holiday Arts and Ornaments | December 15 | Get in the holiday spirit and create a memory you can put on your tree or Mantle! Bring your creations to life by making ornaments that are a great keepsake or holiday gifts. Supplies and instructions are available for multiple different ornaments. Create one of our designs or use our supplies to design your own! Taught by Community Ed Instructors. Think It, Build it, Break it! | February 23 | Dear future engineers, can you build the strongest bridge? How about the tallest tower? First design and build, once you have created your project let's figure out how to break it! One thing is for sure, your designs will be pushed to the limit! Taught by Community Ed Instructors. Unconventional P.E. | April 12 | It's like P.E. with a twist! Try out some of our favorite games that we have changed just enough to keep them interesting! run the bases backwards, throw a soccer ball, and get ready to mix it up. Taught by Community Ed Instructors. Grades K-5 | 6:00-8:30 p.m. $20
  • Pond Elementary E-Hour Session 4: Crayola®: World of Design

    Take a journey to the farthest reaches of the imagination while learning the rainforest, Mars, and a futuristic city! Use the design thinking process to solve real-world problems in these different environments. Experiment with Crayola® products and many art techniques like sculpting, collage, and mixed media. Discover design careers like graphic design, fashion design, urban design, and board game design.
  • Babler Elementary E-Hour Session 4: Jr. Robotics: LEGO WeDo adn SPIKE Prime

    Children learn the basics of Robotics using LEGOs award winning WeDo 2.0 software and LEGOs newest Robotics, SPIKE Prime. First students build Robots using basic LEGOs and Technic LEGOs and then program the models using drag and drop programming from tablets. All participants take home a custom man mini figures.
  • Blevins Elementary E-Hour Session 4: Mad Science: Fantastic Forces

    Have fun with physics and Mad Science! Fly through flight and discover the four forces that affect flight. Make and test plane designs to see these forces in action. Act like junior architects and engineers! Test out shapes for strength and build a bridge. Make liquids turn into solids and watch objects disappear as you uncover the science of magic. Discover how your bike wheel is like a gyroscope and strike the perfect balance as you find your center of gravity. Investigate conductors, insulators, and other elements in the world of circuit electricity.
  • Fairway Elementary E-Hour Session 4: Jr. Robotics: LEGO WeDo and SPIKE Prime

    Children learn the basics of Robotics using LEGOs award winning WeDo 2.0 software and LEGOs newest Robotics, SPIKE Prime. First students build Robots using basic LEGOs and Technic LEGOs and then program the models using drag and drop programming from tablets. All participants take home a custom man mini figures.
  • Green Pines Elementary E-Hour Session 4: Crayola®: World of Design

    Take a journey to the farthest reaches of the imagination while learning the rainforest, Mars, and a futuristic city! Use the design thinking process to solve real-world problems in these different environments. Experiment with Crayola® products and many art techniques like sculpting, collage, and mixed media. Discover design careers like graphic design, fashion design, urban design, and board game design.
  • Eureka Elementary E-Hour Session 4: Disappearing Ink

    Mind read the color someone is thinking of! Make your own business card magically appear in a spectator's hand! Squirt ink on someone, then make it disappear! These are just a few of the magic tricks you'll learn in Disappearing Ink and More Amazing Magic Camp! You'll get your own magic box out of which you can perform, and new tricks to put in it daily (a $25 value). You'll also get to make your own magic tricks, twist animal balloons, and learn fun "betchas" you can pull on your friends! Camp culminates with students putting on a show for their families.
  • Geggie Elementary E-Hour Session 4: Jr. Robotics: LEGO WeDo and SPIKE Prime

    Children learn the basics of Robotics using LEGOs award winning WeDo 2.0 software and LEGOs newest Robotics, SPIKE Prime. First students build Robots using basic LEGOs and Technic LEGOs and then program the models using drag and drop programming from tablets. All participants take home a custom man mini figures.