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  • English as a Second Language

    Spring Classes Begin January 7, 2019 and run through May 24, 2019.  Summer Classes Begin July 8, 2019 and run through August 15, 2019!We serve international speakers of other languages, 17 years of age and older. We provide comprehensive classes focusing on developing the student's ability to speak, read, write and understand English. Students MUST attend an orientation and testing session before attending classes. Classes are ongoing and orientation sessions are available on a regular basis.  Call or text 314-415-4940 for orientation dates.  Once you have signed up online, please check your email for additional information.All classes are FREE! Registration for spring is open through April, 2019 for ongoing classes.  Summer registration is open through July 9, 2019.Please note: Students must be 17 years of age or older and not enrolled in high school.
  • Adventure Club

    On a foundation of safety and supervision, the Adventure Club has built a child-centered program where a kid can be a kid. Children are able to choose activities that will challenge them, motivate them, and strengthen their development. Most importantly kids in Adventure Club are encouraged to have fun, to laugh with their friends, to use their imagination and to be creative. Before/After School Care and Summer Camp options include: -Rockwood 2019-20 Before/After Care -Parkway 2019-20 Before/After Care -Parkway and Rockwood 2019-20 Non-school Day Programs -theZone 2019 (Middle School Age) -SummerLink 2019 (Elementary School Age) KEHRS MILL and BLEVINS SUMMERLINK ARE AT CAPACITY AND CLOSED FOR REGISTRATION -Rockwood Summer Academy 2019 Before/After Care Options -Rockwood 2018-19 Before/After Care -Parkway 2018-19 Before/After Care -Non-School Day Programs 2018-19 Early Dismissal - Rockwood - $25.00 Early Registration Fee Late Start - Parkway - $25.00 Early Registration Fee Click 'Enroll Now' below to choose a program.
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  • Summer Basketball Clinics

    Prepare for the fall/winter basketball leagues with clinics that focus on individual skills combined with team and game concepts. For boys and girls interested in preparing for fall/winter basketball leagues. Offered in partnership with St. Louis Suns. Boys Grades 3-6 | Wednesdays | Starts June 12 6:00-8:00 p.m. | Rockwood Valley Middle School GirlsGrades 3-6 | Tuesdays | Starts June 116:00-8:00 p.m. | Rockwood Valley Middle School $109
  • High School Prep Swim Program

    This program is for high school swimmers that want a tune-up before the high school season. The program focuses on endurance, starts and turns, and all the things important to high school swimming. Practices will be three days per week for 1-1/2 hours.Grades 9-12 | June 3 - August 3 (No practice July 4 or 6)Tuesday & Thursday | 5:30-7:00 p.m.Saturdays | 10:00-11:30 a.m.Lafayette High School (NOTE: Class is at Lafayette - not at Marquette as published)$249(July 16th will be moved - we will email location when set)
  • Stretching and Flexibility

    Stretch, strengthen and align your body with this fitness class! Come join us to increase flexibility to make everyday chores easier. Work at your own pace and progress at a speed comfortable. Within a few weeks you will see the difference stretching can have on the daily course of your life and overall health. Taught by Community Ed instructor Julie Williams.Ages 18+Thursdays | Starts July 11 | 6 sessions Selvidge Middle School7:00-8:00 p.m.Price $39 | $19.50 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.
  • Summer Time Games

    Enjoy playing Pirate Ball and Capture the Flag in the Woods! Plus wiffle ball, kickball, soccer, hockey and more. Also, participants will help decide sports/games they want to play for the week. Led by Rockwood PE teacher Jeff Powell.Grades 3-6 | June 10-14 | 9:00-11:00 a.m.Fairway Elementary$95
  • Sand Volleyball - Summer (Clinic & League)

    Attention club and/or experienced volleyball players! Get out of the gym this and hit the beach with us, or at least the sand. Get some extra work on your game with our clinics or partner up with a friend to join the 2 on 2 Sunday night league. Offered in partnership with Archway Sports instructed by Wayne Scott.Entering Grades 6-12Sand Volleyball Clinics | $149 per player:Session 1: Tuesdays | Starts June 11 | 4:30-6:00 p.m. | 6 sessionsSession 2: Wednesdays | Starts June 12 | 4:30-6:00 p.m.m | 6 sessionsSand Volleyball League | $109 per player (must sign up with a partner):Starts May 19 | 7 matches (game schedule will be posted as soon as teams are set)Chesterfield Sand Courts
  • Summertime Challenge

    Be ready for a challenge of the body and brain. You will test your endurance with obstacle courses, races, games and other contests. Use critical thinking skills and team building skills to navigate challenges each day. No matter the challenge – let the fun begin! Taught by Community Ed Instructors.Grades 6-8 | July 22-26 | 12:30-3:30 p.m.Parkway Southwest Middle School$109
  • BablerWiLD Full Day Camps - WiLD Adventure Weeks

    Note:  Both the WiLD AdventureSummer Start-Up and Summer's End programs are now full.  You have two options: You can sign up for the wait list for either program.  You will not be charged unless you are placed into the program; and/or If you are in need of a full-day program option the week of May 28-31 and August 5-8 check out SummerBlast, which is a full-day camp featuring some of the most popular Community Ed activities each day! Join us at the beginning and end of summer Four day program Extended camp day 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Bus transportation included in the price Camper choice activities Swim in our private outdoor pool View all of the BablerWiLD Summer program information here WiLD Adventure Summer Start-UpStart your summer with BablerWiLD! Campers will have an opportunity to choose activities every morning and then take a trip to the pool each afternoon. Activity choices will change throughout the week and will include opportunities such as bug hikes, crafts, gaga ball, and more!Grades 1-5 | May 28 -31 (Tuesday-Friday) 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. | Babler OEC Price: $199Summer Start-Up TransportationParticipants must use transportation provided from either Uthoff Valley, Wren Hollow, or Ellisville Elementary. WiLD Adventure Summer’s End Join us for the last week of summer vacation. Campers will have an opportunity to choose activities every morning and then take a trip to the pool each afternoon. Activity choices will change throughout the week and will include opportunities such as archery, fossil hunts, pond study, and more!Grades 1-5 | August 5-8 (Monday-Thursday)8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. | Babler OECPrice: $199Summer’s End Transportation Options1.Ride the bus round trip from Uthoff Valley, Wren Hollow, or Ellisville Elementary. (Buses are supervised by BablerWiLD counselors and the cost is included in the price of camp).2.Parents/legal guardians may drop off and pick up campers directly from the Babler OEC each day.(Detailed directions will be given upon registration).Register based on child's 2019-20 grade level.
  • Girls Summer Sizzler Volleyball Camp

    Want to take your game to the next level while learning from some of the best coaches in the area? Players will receive quality instruction, individual skills training and participate in team building activities in a fun and regarding atmosphere. Register early, this camp sells out quickly. Limited to first 100 registrations. Led by Rockwood Thunder Volleyball coaches.Grades 4-6 | August 12-13 | 6:30-9:00 p.m.Grades 7-8 | August 14-15 | 6:30-9:00 p.m. *Note corrected dates from print catalogCrestview Middle School, Gym$85
  • Adult Basic Education & High School Equivalency Prep

    Prepare to take the Missouri High School Equivalency test, be tutored in reading, review basic skills, obtain assistance filling out job applications and writing letters. Class instruction is individualized.  Classes are ongoing; however, students MUST attend the first day of the session for orientation and testing.  New students are only allowed on the fist day of each session.For a complete list of class days, times, and locations, visit our website at: Class Sites.All classes are FREE! Registration is open through April for ongoing spring classes.  Students may register for summer classes through July 9, 2019.Please note: Students must be 17 years of age or older and not enrolled in high school.  Make sure you arrive on time for orientation.
  • Middle School Summer Art Bash Camp

    Will you paint? Will you craft? Will you sculpt? The answer is yes! Join Summer Art Bash Camp for a week of arts and crafts you are sure to remember. This camp is a one stop shop for arts and crafts camps everywhere. In this mega bash you will learn and practice arts and crafts skills and take them to the next level. Taught by Community Ed Instructors.June 24-28 | Grades 6-8 | Ellisville Elementary | 9 a.m.-12:00 p.m. (combine for more fun with STEAM Camp!)$109
  • STEAM Camp

    Full STEAM ahead! Focus on science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics in this hands on creative camp. Each day we will work on projects that incorporate critical thinking, engineering and arts. Take home projects to share with family and friends. Taught by Community Ed Instructors.Session 1: June 24-28 | Grades 6-8 | Ellisville Elementary | 12:30-3:30 p.m. (combine for more fun with Middle School Summer Art Bash!)Session 2: July 8-12  Grades 5-8 | Rockwood Summit HS | 12:30-3:30 p.m. (combine for more fun with Summer Art Bash Camp!)Session 3: July 15-19 | Grades 5-8 | LaSalle Springs MS | 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. (combine for more fun with Summer Art Bash Camp!)$109
  • Great Lakes Voyage

    PLEASE SIGN UP FOR THE WAIT LIST - We will not charge your account with the fees unless we contact you about being on the trip. Occasionally we have some cancellations, and you want to make sure you are on the wait list in case this happens! About Great Lakes VoyageFor any student in grades 6-8 for 2019-20 school yearTravel 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 21-27, 2019$725, you may choose to pay all up front or payments are due as follows: A $175 deposit is due at time of registration. When registering online your account will automatically be set up to make two installment payments on December 1, 2018 ($275) and January 12, 2019 ($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.
  • Jr. NBA Boys Summer Basketball League: Grades 7/8

    Looking to play basketball in the summer? This league consists of a six game schedule with no practices. Register individually, but must be part of an existing team with a coach. All participants will receive a Jr. NBA jersey.Volunteer coaches are needed; coaching resources provided.Sign up for your coach's team online! IF YOU KNOW YOUR COACH: You may sign up online for a specific team for your grade. Teams are listed by coach name. If you do not see your coach listed, they will be there soon. In the meantime you may sign up for the No Coach team so your registration is done. When we receive the roster from the coach, we will make the adjustment in our system. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A COACH: Sign up for the "Coach TBD" team on the waiting list. We will do our best to find a team for your player. Please do not sign up for a specific team unless you are on their roster. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO COACH: Please email Beth Paskoff at paskoffbeth@prcommunityed.org with a roster (click here) so she can place your team on the registration site for your players to register. Practices and games held at various Parkway and Rockwood locations.Games start week of June 3Price $85 | $105 after April 22
  • Jr. NBA Boys Summer Basketball League: Grades 3/4

    Looking to play basketball in the summer? This league consists of a six game schedule with no practices. Register individually, but must be part of an existing team with a coach. All participants will receive a Jr. NBA jersey.Volunteer coaches are needed; coaching resources provided.Entering Grades 3/4, 5/6, and 7/8 for 2019-20 School YearSign up for your coach's team online! IF YOU KNOW YOUR COACH: You may sign up online for a specific team for your grade. Teams are listed by coach name. If you do not see your coach listed, they will be there soon. In the meantime you may sign up for the No Coach team so your registration is done. When we receive the roster from the coach, we will make the adjustment in our system. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A COACH: Sign up for the "Coach TBD" team on the waiting list. We will do our best to find a team for your player. Please do not sign up for a specific team unless you are on their roster. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO COACH: Please email Beth Paskoff at paskoffbeth@prcommunityed.org with a roster (click here) so she can place your team on the registration site for your players to register. Games held at various Parkway and Rockwood locations.Games start week of June 3Price $85 | $105 after April 22
  • Jr. NBA Boys Summer Basketball League: Grades 5/6

    Looking to play basketball in the summer? This league consists of a six game schedule with no practices. Register individually, but must be part of an existing team with a coach. All participants will receive a Jr. NBA jersey.Volunteer coaches are needed; coaching resources provided.Sign up for your coach's team online! IF YOU KNOW YOUR COACH: You may sign up online for a specific team for your grade. Teams are listed by coach name. If you do not see your coach listed, they will be there soon. In the meantime you may sign up for the No Coach team so your registration is done. When we receive the roster from the coach, we will make the adjustment in our system. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A COACH: Sign up for the "Coach TBD" team on the waiting list. We will do our best to find a team for your player. Please do not sign up for a specific team unless you are on their roster. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO COACH: Please email Beth Paskoff at paskoffbeth@prcommunityed.org with a roster (click here) so she can place your team on the registration site for your players to register. Practices and games held at various Parkway and Rockwood locations.Games start week of June 3Price $85 | $105 after April 22
  • BablerWiLD Half Day Camp - WiLD Mini Camp

    Perfect for first time campers Great introduction to camp and nature exploration Hands on activities developed for younger campers Camp is in session 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Monday-Friday Campers grouped by age View all the BablerWiLD Summer program information here.Summer Camp provides the ultimate atmosphere for building confidence, making friends, and trying out new activities in a safe and welcoming environment. This half day camp is the perfect introduction to summer camp and all the benefits it has to offer. Campers are grouped according to age and will have a blast making crafts, exploring nature and playing some classic BablerWiLD games!Age 4-Grade 3 | July 29-Aug 2 | 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Babler OEC Outpost$149 Transportation and before/after care are not provided for this program.
  • Arm Knit Chunky Bed Runner

    Get comfortable and begin crafting! Join the home crafting DIY class to make an arm knit chunky bed throw. Hygge, the cozy and open decor, and lifestyle is the trend in home decor for 2019. There’s no doubt that you will enjoy making your own chunky knit throw to cozy up with on the weekends or after work. No skills are required to add a touch of hygge to your home and calm your soul. Come with a free spirit and good friends, and leave with your own throw. Ages 18+Thursday | June 27 | 6-7:30 p.m.Rockwood Summit High School$35 per person | Gold Card/Golden Key Card does not apply
  • PADI Open Water Scuba Classroom

    Join us for step two to receiving PADI Open Water Scuba certification. Campers who register for the PADI Open Water Camp and are interested in completing the Classroom portion of the PADI Open Water Scuba Camp can join this class.  We will meet from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., July 22-July 26, 2019, in classroom 506 at Crestview Middle School to complete the classroom portion of the PADI Open Water Scuba Course.  The course fee includes the student manual & logbook.  We will complete one chapter each day (homework will be assigned) covering basic diving principles and procedures.  You learn things like how pressure affects your body, how to handle emergencies and what to consider when planning dives.  We will eat our lunches as a group from 12:30-1:00 p.m. and then head over to the pool from 1:00-4:00 p.m.  You will need to get the materials and start reading prior to class start.Ages 12-Adult | July 22-26 | 9:00 am - 12:30 pmCrestview Middle School, Room 506$249Combine for a great FULL day with PADI Open Water Camp!
  • Disney STEAM Camp

    Let’s STEAM it up—Disney style! Join this week full of Disney themed science, technology, engineering, art, and math activities. We will learn through hands-on experiments, engineering design projects, creative art experiences, and interesting technology activities all with a Disney twist. Don’t miss out on this one of a kind learning and fun camp! Taught by Community Ed Instructors.Grades 1-6Session 1: June 24-28 | Ellisville Elementary (combine for more fun with Summer Art Bash Camp!)Session 2: July 8-12 | Ellisville Elementary (combine for more fun with Lego Star Wars Camp!)9:00 am - 12:00 pm$109
  • Glow in the Dark Art

    Ignite your inner artist! See the world of arts in crafts in a way you’ve never experienced before. Make art projects that will glitter and gleam in a whole new way. Everything you create at this camp will glow in the dark. Explore ways to use paint, clay, and more to make luminescent masterpieces that will light up the night all summer long! Taught by Community Ed Instructors.Grades 1-6 Session 1: June 3-7 | Kehrs Mill Elementary* | 12:30-3:30 p.m.Session 2: June 10-14 | Geggie Elementary* | 12:30-3:30 p.m.Session 3: June 17-21 | Babler Elementary* | 12:30-3:30 p.m.Session 4: June 24-28 | Stanton Elementary* | 12:30-3:30 p.m.Session 5: June 24-28 | Claymont Elementary | 12:30-3:30 p.m.Session 6: July 8-12 | Wren Hollow Elementary | 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. (combine for more fun with Slime Science!)Session 7: July 22-26 | Parkway Southwest Middle (combine for more fun with Dessert Decorating!)12:30-3:30 p.m.*You may choose to combine Sessions 1-4 for more fun with Sizzling Science and Space Exploration!$109
  • Brain Games

    Your brain is the most powerful organ in the whole body! It can process, strategize, think, and has an unlimited ability to store memories. You can keep your brain quick and sharp all summer long by joining the Brain Games Camp. What’s best for the brain? Playing! Use you creative and critical thinking in hands-on games that will really make you think. Taught by Community Ed Instructor.Grades 1-6 Session 1: June 3-7 | Stanton ElementarySession 2: June 10-14 | Kehrs Mill ElementarySession 3: June 17-21 | Geggie ElementarySession 4: June 24-28 | Babler Elementary10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.You may choose to combine for more fun with Junior Engineering and Lego Adventures!$65
  • BablerWiLD Full Day Camps - WiLD Outdoor Weeks

    Nature and Science Based Day Camp Located inside Babler Memorial State Park Camp in session 9 a.m.– 3 p.m., Monday – Friday Lunch and snacks provided Bus transportation included in the price of camp (Uthoff Valley, Wren Hollow, and Ellisville Elementary) Before & After Care available at bus locations (Before Care at Wren Hollow not available first 3 weeks of camp) Entering Grades K-5 Where the WiLD Things Are | June 3-7Investigate nature each day ! Flip over a rock, see the inside of a tree, learn to use camouflage and join us for an outdoor adventure you will never forget!Outdoor Arcade | June 10-14Do you play games on a computer, tablet, or game system? Now you can play those same games, no electronics needed! Join BablerWiLD as we bring some of our favorite video games to life! From classic games like Mario Kart to new favorites like Minecraft, put down the tablets and join us for some outdoor fun! Summer Camp Classic | June 17-21Get ready for a classic camp experience! Get outside, meet new friends and join us for a week filled with our favorite camp activities. From Gaga ball, to creek walks, crafts, songs, and so much more. There is something for everyone during this week of BablerWiLD summer.All About Animals | July 8-12Learn first-hand about the animals around us and the environments where they live!  Special presenters will also join us this week for some up close hands on experiences!H2O So Fun! | July 15-19Think beyond the pool this summer and join us for some water fun! Cool down with water activities all week. Race a boat, get messy with water Olympics, hit the slip n slide, and get ready for some water fun BablerWiLD style! Outdoor Escape | July 22-26It’s like an escape room, without the room! Jump, crawl, spin, and think your way through a week of games, riddles, puzzles, and adventure in Babler State Park! View a complete description of each BablerWiLD Day Camp program here.Grades k-5One Week Camps $259You may choose to add Before Care, After Care, or Before and After CareRegister based on child's 2019-20 grade level.Camp StoreAvailable for Outdoor Weeks only, camp store is an opportunity for campers to purchase one snack, one drink, and one toy at the end of each day.  This program is optional, campers not participating will be given an afternoon snack in place of visiting the store.  You must make a seperate online purchase to add money your campers store account.  Please do not send cash or checks to camp.   View more information and example store items here.Put money in your camper's store account here.