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  • Ozark Rocks

    A Parent/Child Trip for Fourth and Fifth Grade Families*Explore unique features that make the Ozark Mountain region a national treasure while making memories with your child that will last a lifetime. Join us as we: Hike through Elephant Rocks State Park Participate in a program at Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park Investigate the St. Francis River at Millstream Gardens Enjoy a campfire with s’mores Enjoy an evening program at the Battle of Pilot Knob State Historical Site. We will spend Saturday night at the Shepherd Mountain Inn and Suites.Trip 1: September 14-15, 2019Trip 2: September 28-29, 2019*This trip is only for 4th and 5th grades and their parents.$179 per personFee includes all overnight stay at a hotel with private parent/child room, supplies, equipment, activities, transportation by charter bus and meals. To register: You will need an account to register online.  Log in or sign up for an account if you do not already have one.  You will need to complete the enrollment process TWICE for this trip.1. Select 'Enroll Now' on the weekend you prefer below, choose the name of the adult who will be attending the program and complete the registration.2. Select 'Enroll Now' on the weekend you prefer below, choose the name of the child who will be attending the program and complete the registration.3. Pay for all enrollments and look for your confirmation email.
  • Chess for Families

    No matter your age, chess is good for your brain. You and your child can bond while learning chess from the National Champion En Passant Chess Club Staff. No chess experience is necessary for this class since the basic fundamentals will be taught to those that need them. Higher level concepts and ideas will be taught to those that already have some chess knowledge. Chess Tournament rules and tournament play is also included in this class but it is dependent on enrollment. Offered in partnership with Gabriel Boyd and En Passant Chess Club.Grades K-Up and parentMondaysSession 1: Starts September 9 | 6 sessions | Parkway West HSSession 1: Starts October 28 | 6 sessions | Parkway West HS6:30-7:30 p.m.$89 per person | Must register both parent and child individually.
  • Family Paint Night - Inspired by the Masters

    Turn off the electronics and video games and gather your family for a fun night of painting and creativity! This "paint night out" will begin with learning about a famous artist. Students will then create their own masterpieces by applying the learned techniques and style of the famous artist. Families are welcome to bring their own snacks or drinks. Taught by Community Ed Instructor Emily Ross.Grades K-5 and parentSession 1: Friday, September 20 | Selvidge Middle SchoolSession 2: Friday, October 25 | Ellisville Elementary6:00-8:00 p.m.$19 per person | Must register child and adult
  • Yoga for Families: A Taste of Yoga

    Have fun and get fit participating with your child in a yoga class--designed to improve flexibility, strength, and balance while enhancing focus and awareness. Parent must enroll and attend with their son/daughter. Bring your yoga mats to class. Offered in partnership with FWAT Inc., S. Womack, Ph.D., Iyengar Certified, RYT.All agesThursdaysStarts November 7 | 6 Sessions (No class November 28)6:00-6:45 p.m. | Parkway Central Middle School$45 per person | Gold Card/Golden Key Card does not apply
  • Family Night Out: Robotics

    Enjoy a night out with your family at our first ever Rockin Robotics Night. . Explore some rockin’ robots! Gain a basic knowledge of robotics. Then write your own Ozobot codes. Use critical thinking, creativity, and problem solving to design a robot as unique as you! Taught by Community Ed Instructors. Grades K-5 and Parent(s)Friday, November 22 | Babler Elementary *Please note location change from catalog6:30-8:30 p.m.$10 per person
  • WiLD Family Fun: GPS Trick or Treat

    Get ready for some spooky family fun! Bring the whole family to Babler State Park for a trick or treat event unlike any other. Families will work together with a GPS unit to find trick or treat locations around the Babler OEC facility. Just like normal trick or treating there will be candy and prizes at each location, only now finding your way is half the fun! Instructions will be provided so no previous experience is necessary. One GPS unit will be available for each family in attendance. Grab a costume and your sense of adventure and join us for this one of a kind family event! All AgesSunday | October 13 | Dr. Edmund A. Babler Memorial State ParkSession 1:  9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.Session 2:  1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.Note:If you choose to use a personal GPS device, you must be able to input Latitude and Longitude coordinates.  BablerWiLD is not responsible for lost or damaged equipment.$8.00 per personWhen you are ordering this program, please select 1 adult as the attendee. You will be to prompted to choose your price according to the number of family members attending on a later screen. You do not need to check each family member attending. 
  • Mosaics

    Use glass, broken plates, and other found objects (you can even bring your own and we’ll talk) to create a mosaic treasure. You’ll learn mosaic design and application techniques as you make a unique 2D or 3D piece that will earn a spot in your home or garden. Beginners are welcome! Taught by Community Ed Instructor Beverly Brandt.Ages 18+Mondays | Starts 10/28 | 6 sessions | Parkway Central High School6:30-7:30 p.m.$89 per person | Gold Key/Golden Key Card does not apply
  • Intro to Mosaics

    Learn how to piece together a variety of mixed media via the art form of mosaics. We will focus on color theory to help with patterns and an overall cohesive product. Taught by Community Ed Instructor Sarah Tichacek.Ages 18+TuesdaysSession 1: Wednesdays, starts September 11 | Rockwood South MSSession 2: Tuesdays, starts November 5 | Eureka Early Childhood Center *Please Note Start Date Change From Printed Catalog6:30-7:30 p.m.$89 per person | Gold Key/Golden Key Card does not apply
  • Minecraft for the Family

    Minecraft is an awesome online sandbox where players create interesting new environments and go on adventures with the things they build. Parents and children will learn and have fun together in this new class! We will start basic with Creative and Survival modes and move to advanced subjects like Redstone, Traps, the End, Nether, and more. Offered in partnership with EasyTech LLC.Grades 3-5 and Parent | 6 sessionsSession 1: Tuesdays, starts September 10 | Rockwood South Middle SchoolSession 2: Thursdays, starts September 12 | Parkway Central High SchoolSession 3: Tuesdays, starts October 29 | Parkway North High School6:30-7:30 p.m.$89 per person
  • WiLD Family Fun: GPS Winter Wonderland

    Get ready for a stroll through a Winter Wonderland! Bring the whole family to the beautiful Babler State Park for a winter adventure you won't forget. Families will work together with a GPS unit to find locations around the Babler OEC facility.  Instructions will be provided so no previous experience is necessary.  One GPS unit will be available for each family in attendance. Grab a coat and your sense of adventure and join us for this one of a kind family event! All AgesSunday | January 12 | Dr. Edmund A. Babler Memorial State ParkSession 1:  9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.Session 2:  1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.Note:If you choose to use a personal GPS device, you must be able to input Latitude and Longitude coordinates.  BablerWiLD is not responsible for lost or damaged equipment.$8.00 per personWhen you are ordering this program, please select 1 adult as the attendee. You will be to prompted to choose your price according to the number of family members attending on a later screen. You do not need to check each family member attending. 
  • Pumpkin Decorating Party

    Just in time for all the fun costumes and sweet candy! Come out together and enjoy making a pumpkin for your Halloween table. No messy carving with these pumpkins, Your child may choose to make a glittery pumpkin or purple monster.Grades 3-8Friday | October 18 | Parkway Northeast Middle School6:00-8:00 p.m.$15 per person
  • Great Lakes Voyage

    About Great Lakes VoyageSummer trip for all students entering grade 6-8 (in 2020-21 school year)Travel to the North Shore of Lake Superior and get ready for canoeing, hiking, rock climbing, competitive orienteering and zipping through the trees on the challenge courses. Take a tour of Split Rock Light House and go flying downhill on an Alpine Coaster. Take a step back in history and discover how Voyageurs made a living in the North Woods. Get a peek at what you'll experience in this video. Trip Dates: July 19-25, 2020$745, you may choose to pay all upfront or payments are due as follows: A $195 deposit is due at time of registration. When registering online your account will automatically be set up to make two installment payments on November 29, 2019 ($275) and January 10, 2020 ($275). Limited fee assistance may be available to those who qualify. Contact our office at info@prcommunityed.org or 636-891-6644 for more information. Learn more about the Great Lakes Voyage at our website. About Online Registration: In order to register online, you will need to create an account if you do not already have one. In addition, your child must be added to your account prior to registering him/her for the trip program.  If you need assistance, please contact our operations team at 636-891-6644.
  • STEM in the Smokies

    STEM in the SmokiesSpring Break trip for Parkway School District 8th GradersNext year, for your spring break, travel to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park for an adventure-packed week of hands-on real-world STEM experiences. The week will be filled with exploring the wilderness, searching for wildlife, learning about the environment and developing leadership skills while applying Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Join Parkway teachers and administrators as we stay at the Great Smoky Mountain Institute at Tremont, an environmental education center inside the National Park. Trip Dates: March 15-20, 2020$779 | $179 deposit and 3 installments of  $200 (November 29, 2019, January 10, 2020 and February 14, 2020)Limited fee assistance may be available to those who qualify. Contact our office at info@prcommunityed.org or 636-891-6644 for more information. Learn more about the STEM trip at our website.Informational Meeting: September 24, 2019 at Parkway Central Middle School, 6:30 p.m. Pre-Trip Meeting: February 18, 2020, Parkway Central Middle School, 6:30 p.m. About Online Registration: In order to register online, you will need to create an account if you do not already have one. In addition, your child must be added to your account prior to registering him/her for the trip program.  If you need assistance, please contact our operations team at 636-891-6644.
  • Atlantic Coastal Quest

    About Atlantic Coastal QuestFor any student entering grades 9-12 (for the 2020-21 school year)Head to the coast with us for your chance to dig into Marine Science! We will explore a maritime forest ecosystem, kayak, go orienteering, collect critters on a research cruise and enjoy a day at the beach! Check out highlights from the 2018 trip in this video. Kayaking Orienteering Collecting critters on a research cruise Enjoying a day at the beach And more! Grades 8-11 | Trip Dates: June 6-12, 2020$1099 | A $199 deposit is due at time of registration. When registering online your account will automatically be set up to make three installment payments on November 29, 2019 ($300), January 10, 2020 ($300), and February 14, 2020 ($300). Limited fee assistance may be available to those who qualify. Contact our office at info@prcommunityed.org or 636-891-6644 for more information. Learn more about the Trek and Travel programs. About Online Registration: In order to register online, you will need to create an account if you do not already have one. In addition, your child must be added to your account prior to registering him/her for the trip program.  If you need assistance, please contact our operations team at 636-891-6644. 
  • Arabic for Beginners Parent/Child

    Bring the whole family and learn about Arabic culture. Learn about Arabic language reading, writing and speaking as you get introduced to the Arabic culture (food, music, dance and more). We will use your different learning abilities to create a wonderful journey! Taught by Community Ed Instructor May Shiaa. Grades K-5 and ParentWednesdays | 6 sessionsSession 1: Starts Starts September 11Session 2: Starts October 30 (no class November 27)6:00-7:30 p.m. | Parkway West Middle School.$25 per person (must sign up individually)
  • 2021 Presidential Inauguration Trip

    2021 Presidential  Inauguration TripAn opportunity to witness the presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C. for Parkway and Rockwood students in Grades 9-12 in the 2020-21 school year.High School students from Parkway and Rockwood (60 from each district) will get this once in a lifetime experience to witness a presidential inauguration. You will witness the inauguration and parade as well as Washington, D.C. landmarks that may include: Arlington National Cemetery, The White House, Inauguration Parade Route, Smithsonian Museums, Capitol Building, Supreme Court, and memorials including Lincoln, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam, Jefferson, Martin Luther King, FDR and the US Marine Corps War Memorial. Trip Dates: January 17-22, 2021 $979 | A $199 deposit is due at time of registration. When registering online your account will automatically be set up to make three installment payments on November 29, 2019 ($260), January 10, 2020 ($260), and February 14, 2020 ($260). Limited fee assistance may be available to those who qualify. Contact our office at info@prcommunityed.org or 636-891-6644 for more information. Learn more about the Trek and Travel programs. About Online Registration: In order to register online, you will need to create an account if you do not already have one. In addition, your child must be added to your account prior to registering him/her for the trip program.  If you need assistance, please contact our operations team at 636-891-6644. 
  • Create Your Own Vision Board Mother/Daughter

    What is a vision board? It's a simple, yet powerful tool that manifests your dreams into reality. Come spend the evening with us in a fun and relaxing environment cultivating your dreams and connecting with others. Taught by Community Ed instructor Angela Jurgensen.Grades K-5 and parentFriday | September 27 | 6:30-8:00 p.m.Crestview Middle School $25 per person | Must sign up individually 
  • Create Your Own Vision Board

    What is a vision board? It's a simple, yet powerful tool that manifests your dreams into reality. Come spend the evening with us in a fun and relaxing environment cultivating your dreams and connecting with others. Taught by Community Ed instructor Angela Jurgensen.Ages 18+Friday | November 1 | 6:00-8:30 p.m.Parkway Northeast Middle School$25 | $12.50 Gold Card/Golden Key CardGold Card/Golden Key Card members (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/Golden Key Card issued in your name to receive the discounted rate. If you do not have a Gold Card/Golden Key Card and would like to request one, complete an online request form. For any questions, please call us at 636-891-6644.
  • Girl Scout Overnight - Brownies - Troop Registration

    We are excited to offer our popular Girl Scout Overnight programs again this fall! Join us for an exciting weekend of badges, s’mores, and crafts at the Outdoor Education Center! Troops will work on completing two badges and will share songs, skits, and stories at the campfire!  Troops will be housed together in a heated cabin and meals will be provided in the Dining Hall. Gather your troop and get ready for two days of badges and fun! November 22-23 - Brownies OvernightBadges: Painting & Making Friends Babler Outdoor Education Center  A minimum of six scouts and one adult is required.  Troops are required to provide adult supervision of one adult for every six scouts.  SCOUT OVERNIGHT REGISTRATIONRegistration reserves 1 cabin for an entire troop.  Troop Leaders/Representatives will be given instructions to pass along to troop members for individual registrations.A deposit of $25 is due at the time of registration and reserves 1 cabin sleeping a maximum of 20 people. If your troop requires more than 20 beds, you must make two separate reservations. A minimum of 6 scouts and 1 adult is required to make a reservation.  Following your troop registration, troop leaders/representatives will be provided a link to pass on to troop participants for individual registrations.  Please contact a member of the OEC staff with questions at 636-458-3048.  Register early, this program sells out fast! Calling All Cadettes: We are looking for cadette troops to help run this program. Possible responsibilities include helping serve food at mealtimes, set-up/take-down of activities, and leading songs and skits at the campfire! Cost is $10 per person and covers sleeping arrangements and meals. There will be plenty of free time for cadette troops to run their own activities too. If interested please call the Babler OEC at 636-458-3048. Registration will open online August 26, 2019 at 9:00 a.m.