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  • Boys & Girls Gymnastics: Beginners ages 5-10

    Beginner skills include warm-up activities, stretching, rolls, bridges, back walkovers, pop-ups, pullover, casts, beam introduction, cardio and strength endurance. Instructor will test student when student shows consistency in classes and demonstrates good listening skill, positive attitude and the necessary physical strength to join Pre-team. Suggested apparel: leotards for girls; shorts & t-shirts for boys. Starting June ages ranges are 5-10 years old.
  • Boys & Girls Gymnastics: Beginners ages 5-8

    Beginner skills include warm-up activities, stretching, rolls, bridges, back walkovers, pop-ups, pullover, casts, beam introduction, cardio and strength endurance. Instructor will test student when student shows consistency in classes and demonstrates good listening skill, positive attitude and the necessary physical strength to join Pre-team. Suggested apparel: leotards for girls; shorts & t-shirts for boys. Students need to be 5 by the start of class.
  • Boys & Girls Gymnastics: Beginners ages 7 and up

    Beginner skills include warm-up activities, stretching, rolls, bridges, back walkovers, pop-ups, pullover, casts, beam introduction, cardio and strength endurance. Instructor will test student when student shows consistency in classes and demonstrates good listening skill, positive attitude and the necessary physical strength to join Pre-team. Suggested apparel: leotards for girls; shorts & t-shirts for boys. Students need to be 7 by the start of class.
  • Horseback Riding Day Camp, Ages 6-17

    Boulder Pointe Equestrian Camps are on rain or shine! There is an outdoor and indoor arena. Proper attire includes a sneaker or boot (closed toe with a heel), long pants and layers depending on the weather. Bug spray, sunscreen, nut-free snacks and a water bottle are also recommended. Please bring a nut-free bagged lunch and plenty of fluids to drink. ASTM/SEI certified helmets are provided. Signed waivers are required before riding. Riding Day Camp Kids will learn what it's like to have a horse for a day! Campers get to ride in the indoor and/or outdoor arenas, practice how to steer, stop, turn, and walk, trot, and canter (depending on camper's riding experience). They also might make horse treats, do a craft, and play games. And don't forget the time to feed and care for the horses, which is a big part of ownership! Campers are broken into smaller groups based on similar riding experience, which is perfect for both new and more experienced riders! Please click on the following link for fill out required forms: https://www.horseridingrocks.com/forms.html
  • Monti Club JO Volleyball (Advertisement)

    What is Monti Club JO? Monti Club Junior Olympic volleyball is a Monticello program governed by North Country Region, USA Volleyball and Junior Volleyball Association, designed to provide girls and boys (if enough interest) ages 9-18 with the opportunity to enhance their individual and team volleyball skills through practices, play dates and tournaments. A typical season begins with evaluations in November and practices starting December, and tournaments on Saturday and/or Sunday, from January through April. The Monti JO Club league parent/player meeting will be held on November 3rd at 7:00 pm in the Monticello Middle School Auditorium. Please check our website for updates. Contact monticlubjo@gmail.com with questions. Visit our website for updates and more information. www.monticlubjovolleyball.com
  • Monticello Boys' Winter Basketball Tournament

    One day Boy's Snowball Tournament Grades 6A, 7 & 8 will be played Saturday, Jan. 15 Grade's 4, 5 & 6B/C will be played Sunday, Jan. 16 No all-star or renegade teams allowed. No gate Fee.
  • Monticello High School Fishing Team Gr. 7-12

    Monticello High School Fishing Team Gr. 7-12 This all-encompassing fishing program will balance classroom education and technique development with a boatload of time on the water in boats. Our focus with this team will include multi-species education as well as an option to focus on bass tournament fishing only. We'll also be focusing on boater safety/etiquette and utilizing proper equipment to aid in success all while teaching our young anglers how to become stewards of the industry. The Monticello Fishing Team is a fishing club that is associated with the school. We are NOT a MN state sanctioned sport. The team is run by volunteers who love fishing and enjoy helping kids learn about fishing and getting kids on the water. We will have an optional informational/registration night on Jan. 13th from 6:30-7:30 at the Monticello High Auditorium. Our season will start with (optional) in-classroom education on Feb. 10th. Meetings will continue weekly (optional) in classrrom until we are able to get on the water. Our season will conclude with an end of the year banquet on July 16th. Dues for the 2022 season are $100. Registration deadline is February 18th so we can get jerseys ordered. You can also check out our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/montifishingteam
  • My Little Horse Day Camp for Ages 2-5 with Parent

    Boulder Pointe Equestrian Enjoy the excitement of horseback riding camp! Come ride and learn about horses. Lessons include learning how to work with horse and learn balance and control in the saddle. In addition, campers get to learn how to groom, tack-up, lead and do in-hand work with horses. There is also fun horse related activities. Camps are on rain or shine! There is an outdoor and indoor arena. Proper attire includes a sneaker or boot (closed toe with a heel), long pants and layers depending on the weather. Bug spray, sunscreen, nut-free snacks and a water bottle are also recommended. Please bring a nut-free bagged lunch and plenty of fluids to drink. ASTM/SEI certified helmets are provided. Signed waivers are required before riding. My Little Horse Day Camp for Ages 2-5 with Parent The kids will get to ride a real horse, meet & learn about the different horses at Boulder Pointe and learn how to groom the horses...all with a focus on safety! In addition, students will do an art project and have an opportunity to make horse treats to feed their new friends. :) Please click on the following link for fill out required forms: https://www.horseridingrocks.com/forms.html
  • Party Crashers RC Racing--Gr. 2-8

    Interested in RC Cars? Want to try racing them on a track? Then come join us for some fun as we explore what makes them work and then get to try them out. Participants will leave with a better understanding of the hobby, and get some time testing out their driving skills on a few different types of RC Cars and Trucks on a track we setup on the baseball field! https://youtu.be/fioUNG2Izvo
  • Pool Pizza & Movie Gr. 1-6

    Come enjoy a night out with friends! First, a swim in the pool including water games and open swim, followed by pizza in the commons. After the pizza you are off to the auditorium for a movie. Water will be provided. All movies are rated G or PG. Parents, please drop your kids off at the pool and pick up in the commons area. Preregistration is required. No walk-in registration's allowed.
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  • Pool Pizza & Movie Gr. 1-6

    Come enjoy a night out with friends! First, a swim in the pool including water games and open swim, followed by pizza in the commons. After the pizza you are off to the auditorium for a movie. Water will be provided. All movies are rated G or PG. Parents, please drop your kids off at the pool and pick up in the commons area. Preregistration is required. No walk-in registration's allowed.
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  • Six-Time Powder Ridge Ski Program–Gr. 6-12

    Six-Time Powder Ridge Ski Program–Gr. 6-12 Monticello Community Education will be offering the Powder Ridge Ski Program again this year for grades 6-12. Buses will leave the middle and high schools immediately after school (2:20 p.m. middle school; 2:35 p.m. high school) with return time at approximately 8 p.m. to the high school. Also during registration, insurance company, policy number, and an emergency contact other that a parent is required. Students using their own snowboards must have metal edges and a retaining strap. In addition, each participant will also receive a one-time discount bonus voucher good for up to 4 tickets at $8 each and 4 equipment rentals at $8 each (ski or snow-board). This voucher may be used one time any evening (3:30 p.m.-closing) through the end of the season. Registration deadline is Dec. 28. No refunds after the first night of skiing, so check your schedule carefully before registering. Again This Year-- Any student that registers for a ski or snowboard rental for the 6-time program will also get unlimited free ski/snowboard rental's throughout the entire snow season, not just for the 6-time program. That means no paying another rental fee when you go on your own!! Tuesdays, Jan. 11, 18, 25 & Feb. 1, 8, 15 6 sessions + bonus night 6 lifts, and transportation, $225 6 lifts, ski equip. and trans., $299 6 lifts, snowboard equip., trans., $299 Transportation only (season pass holders), $120 Transportation & Ski/Snowboard Rental Only., $210 (student already has a PR seasonal pass) 6 lifts, and ski or snowboard equip., $225. (Student is responsible for their own transportation to and from Powder Ridge) 6 lifts only, $139 (Student is responsible for their own transportation to and from Powder Ridge) F21-1106 • Helmet Rental $21 (optional; add to package above) F21-1107 • 3 Lessons $15 (optional; add to package above) *Every effort will be made to reschedule missed sessions due to weather. Parent chaperones are welcome to come along! All parent chaperones will receive a free lift and rental ticket each time they come. Chaperones are required to ride the bus to and from Powder Ridge with the kids. To signup to be a chaperone, please click this link, thanks! CHAPERONE REGISTRATION
  • Youth Bowling Club -- Gr. 1-6

    Spare, split, strike! Learn the skills and techniques of bowling including how to keep score, proper etiquette and more! We'll meet Saturday's October 2, 9, 16 & 30 at River City Extreme. The program will culminate with a competition and pizza party with the other school districts involved. All participants will receive a t-shirt and certificate. No experience necessary. Instructors are bowling alley staff or youth bowling coaches. The final competition will be held on November 6 at Flaherty’s Arden Bowl in Arden Hills. Price includes bowling, shoe rental & t-shirt.