Comm Ed and Rec registration now open

Registration is now open for the summer session of Plymouth School District Community Education and Recreation programs, which runs from May through August.

Classes include popular fitness options, as well as opportunities for everyone from preschoolers to senior citizens.

New courses for students and families include:

Family Adventure Series: This offers a combination of the Kayaking experience and the Ropes Course with special family rates.

Kids! Who’s Your Farmer? Students ages 8 and up are invited to learn where our food comes from as they try a new vegetable, plant a seed, and dis- cover and observe all that grows in the school garden.

Growing Herbs for Health, Nourishment & Fun! Participants will explore herbs that can be added to the garden and then create and sample several simple recipes using fresh herbs.

New fitness and aquatics classes include:

Core Training: This is a great beginner class but also can benefit the most experienced participant as it is good for those looking specifically at core strength or a lowimpact course to get started. Participants will use stability, Bosu and medicine balls plus exercise bands, mats and weights.

Interval Training: This intermediate class utilizes different intervals to achieve cardiovascular, strength and flexibility improvements. Participants will be guided through different exercises each class to find and achieve fitness goals.

Biking: A cycling instructor will offer basic biking techniques, but mostly participants will get the opportunity to enjoy area trails with friends and family. Bring your own bike or use one of the PHS mountain bikes.

Shallow Water Aerobics: This aquatic class in shallow water works all muscles and joints in a motivational and fun environment. Excellent for flexibility, muscle toning and stress relief.

Ultimate Shallow Aerobics: This shallow-water class meets three nights a week. On Mondays and Wednesdays participants work with the instructor to tone, shape and strengthen muscles. On Tuesdays they work independently on the moves they have learned.

Deep Challenge: This deepwater class meets three nights a week. On Mondays and Wednesdays participants can work on their own or with the help of posters for muscle toning and strengthening. On Tuesdays they work with the instructor to enhance their workout with motivational instruction.

SilverSneakers Splash: This class offers f un, shallow-water movement to improve agility and flexibility while addressing cardiovascular, strength and endurance conditioning. The class is offered in conjunction with the Plymouth Adult Community Center and is open only to Silver Sneakers and Generations members.

Look for a summer course guide at www.plymouth.k12. wi.us/COM.html ; in the April 14 Plymouth Review Xtra; in the April 17 elementary Friday Folders; and at locations throughout the community. For more information, email commedrec@ plymouth.k12.wi.us, call (920) 892-5068, or stop by the Plymouth Community Education & Recreation office on the north end of Plymouth High School, 125 Highland Ave.


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