Enrichment Activities available: (Selection of Enrichment class OR Homebase chosen in regstistration) Ballet Instructor: Emily Bowen This early childhood ballet class is designed to provide young students in grades K-2 the basic foundation for their dance education. This class welcomes beginners and will cover the fundamentals of classical ballet technique and etiquette. The importance of strength, flexibility, rhythm, musicality, and memorization will be stressed. Students will work at a traditional barre, learn combinations in the center, and dance gracefully across the floor - the universal foundation for the training of a ballet dancer. Fun creative elements such as stories, songs, games, and other imaginative activities will keep the pace of the class lively and engaging. Junior LEGO Team Instructor: Anne Riede Students will participate as a part of a 3‐5 member team using LEGOs. Modeled after the Junior FIRST LEGO League, this is a child-centered program that provides students with an exciting and fun team experience to research, design and build using LEGOs. They will practice teamwork, problem‐solving and gracious professionalism, while working with the theme: Creature Craze. Swing like a monkey, fly like a bat, or hop like a frog into the Creature Craze season. Whether in zoos, on the farm, or in your own backyard, we all encounter animals in our lives. Students will dive into the wonders of the animal kingdom. What will we learn about our furry, feathered, and finned friends in this non‐competitive program that builds self‐confidence and self‐esteem, while teaching students to work in teams to solve problems. Swimming Instructors: Ed Brown (Sept. 6-Oct.13), Pat Mineur (Oct. 18-Jan.20) Children will learn competitive swimming including correct technique for the four strokes: freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly. Finish each lesson with a fun game. This is a great way to stay competitive for the Old Trail swim team.