SPPS Community Education offers a variety of classes designed for adults with developmental disabilities to explore interests, meet with peers, have fun and learn new skills!
School Age Child Care
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1/2 Day Nature-based Pre-K
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One adult and one child pair, ages 8-17. Register for the class under the name of the child attending. Curling is an Olympic sport in which two teams, each with four players, take turns sliding polished granite stones on a sheet of ice towards a circular target or “house.”
Participants need to bring warm, flexible clothing (sweaters, hats, gloves, warm socks, etc.) and clean athletic shoes with non-slip rubber soles. All children must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian at the classes.
Sliding Fees:Our model for program pricing ensures that our high-quality enrichment classes are more accessible to our community members. We encourage participants to choose the price that they are able to pay. This structure helps our programs be financially sustainable and more equitable.
An avid curler and enthusiastic advocate of the sport, Ed Clark is an experienced instructor who enjoys teaching individuals of all ages how to curl. Ed has jump-started Frogtown Curling Club’s youth curling program with the goal of introducing children of all ages, backgrounds and athletic abilities to the great sport of curling. In addition to proper technique and on-ice safety, Ed’s approach to youth curling instruction emphasizes teamwork, honesty, good sportsmanship and, most of all, having FUN.
Frogtown Curling Club - Ed Clark
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