Youth Enrichment Class Descriptions

For Youth Enrichment class descriptions, please view our catalog pages below:

 

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The 2016-17 Animal Allies season is almost coming to an end.  Look for more info for the upcoming 2017-2018 season in the spring/summer catalog in March 2017.

*To be put on an interest list to join a team, or to get more information, please contact Katey: katey.radant@isd194.org or visit hightechkids.org.

 

First LEGO League (FLL) Parent Information Meeting
Who: Parents with students who will be in 4th-8th grade during the 2017-18 school year. Students are welcome to attend with parents.
When: TBD
Where:
 TBD
Registration is not required to attend this event.

In FLL, children are immersed in real-world science and technology challenges. Teams design their own solution to a current scientific question or problem and build autonomous LEGO robots that perform a series of missions. Through their participation, children develop valuable life skills and discover exciting career possibilities while learning that they can make a positive contribution to society. This is not just playing with LEGO’s—it involves research, problem solving, technology, robotics, and engineering.  FLL is parent led on a volunteer basis.
* If you are not able to make this meeting, but would like to be put on our FLL interest list, please send an email with your name, child’s name, email address, phone number, child’s school (17-18), and child’s grade (17-18), to: katey.radant@isd194.org.

There will be a FREE coaches training held on date and location TBD for 17-18 season.  Stay tuned for more info coming in March.

First LEGO League (FLL) Coaches’ Training Seminar

Coaches new to FLL are invited to attend a free coaching seminar. This is open to new coaches or parents who may be considering coaching in the upcoming FLL season. Participants will have the opportunity to actively participate in FLL activities. Training includes hands-on demonstrations of the robot game, core values and the research project. This is a practical ‘learn by doing’ approach to coaching FLL. Coaches will walk away with ready to use materials and ideas for the season. New teams are encouraged to bring 2- 4 coaches/parents to learn the basic structure of the FLL experience. This training seminar is provided free of charge by Ignite! FLL Coaches Maureen Carrigan and Holly Traub through collaboration with Lakeville Area Community Education, but registration is required. You do not have to participate in FLL through community ed to attend this training.

*If you are interested in coaching a team, please contact Katey Radant at katey.radant@isd194.org.