Northeast Range Community Education



 

Northeast Range Community Education Spring 2021


Important forms and surveys

Northeast Range Community Education
Coordinator Joseph Kaufenberg
phone: 218-827-3101 ext. 4419
email:    
twitter: @NERCommunityEd
mail:    30 South Drive
    Babbitt, Minnesota 55706

PLEASE READ BEFORE MOVING ON, THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!

Northeast Range Community Education's main priority is to keep everyone safe and healthy. Our goal is to offer as many Classes and activities as safely and efficiently as is possible in the “New Normal” we live in today.  With changes comes uncertainty but we will get through this together. Please do your part in following the rules put in place to keep everyone as safe as they possibly can be. Each class will offer guidelines to follow. Rules will be sent to everyone who registers for each class, that is why it will be important to register at least 1 week in advance prior to any activity or class. NER Community Education greatly appreciates everyone doing their part to make these activities as safe as possible and to keep your community safe and healthy. Let us have a tremendous year no matter the times and circumstances. Please remember to stay home if you feel sick in any way. Thank You so much.

Call to register for a class well in advance of the dates listed, and then send the release form and fee to the address listed above. Classes will be canceled if there have been no registrations (by the registration date listed) or the minimum registration requirements are not met. If cancellation occurs due to lack of registrations, any pre-paid fees will be returned. Call to register, or turn in registration forms and fees to the NE Range School Office in a sealed envelope addressed to Comm. Ed. Contact Community Education Coordinator, Joseph Kaufenberg, for additional information or questions. Cold Weather Rule: It is assumed that all activities will be cancelled if the temp falls below –30 or if school is cancelled.

Paying online is now available for all classes. Go to Isd2142 website
click community ed tab
click st louis county web store
Click Northeast range tile
find course
register/pay
quick and easy.




NER Community Education needs Donations
NER Community Education is always looking for donations for their annual rummage sale at the end of the school year (if we have enough items). Any and all donations are welcome. Please Contact NER Community Ed to arrange dates and times to drop off items. Items welcome throughout the 2020/21 school year. Please use common sense when donating items; food that has expired is not needed, as well as ripped or dirty clothes. Sales are always subject to change, thank you.


 Zoom Zoom Zoom

Please check out all Community ed Sites for zoom classes offered. This is a safe and secure way to be involved in fun courses. Many wonderful activities to choose from. Community members can sign up from anywhere. Please sign up with the Coordinator who is offering the class, thank you. Enjoy the year.
Please Follow me on Twitter to keep up to date with news, activities and events happening through-out the school year.
@NERCommunityED

REMIND: Stay up to Date with Community Education
 Sign up for Instant Messages and Notifications from NER Community Education through REMIND. If you would like to receive General Community Education Information, pick a way to receive messages:
(Option A) Smartphone Push Notifications: On your iPhone or Android phone, open your web browser and go to the following link: rmd.at/nercomed – Follow the instructions to sign up for Remind. You will be prompted to download the mobile app.
(Option B) Text Notifications: Text the message @nercomed to the number 81010.
If you are having trouble with 81010, try texting @nercomed to (708) 315-2152.
 To receive notifications for specific ongoing Community Education Courses or Events, follow the instructions above using the codes listed below. Sign up for more than one event and be sure to sign up for General Information to ensure you receive all other exciting ComEd News!
Community Theatre: Option A - rmd.at/cetheatre or Option B – @cetheatre
Adult Swimming: Option A - rmd.at/ceadltswim or Option B @ceadltswim
Defensive Driving Class: Option A - rmd.at/ceddclass or Option B @ceddclass
Swim Lessons and Classes: Option A - rmd.at/ceswim or Option B @ceswim
Community Education forms such as Building use form, Instructor Contract, Class proposal, Walking agreement and registration form can now be found online for your convenience. This is an easy and smooth way to get registered for any activity. Go to the Northeast Range website click the Community education Tab, then click the ComEd forms Tab. Thank you in advance.
Northeast Range after School Groups and Clubs (K-12)
The After School Groups and Clubs for 7-12 grade students are designed to enhance the current school curriculum by empowering students with the chance to create their own learning environments. Community Education will use this opportunity to provide students with diverse cultural and educational experiences. Under the guidance of the Community Ed Coordinator, students will establish club officers, and develop club goals and activities. Club members will also decide on meeting times and dates that fit with the groups’ schedules and other commitments. Members do not have to attend all meetings but are encouraged to be an active participant. Clubs are open to ALL students throughout the Northeast Range Communities and we welcome adult experts to come and share their knowledge and skills. Guidelines for all clubs and activities will be sent to anyone interested. Please contact your Community Ed Coordinator if interested or need more information.  Helpful Future Forward Hint: club officer positions and active club memberships are a great addition to a college application or resume.

The After School Clubs for K-6 grade students are designed to enhance the current school curriculum by introducing students to diverse cultural and educational experiences. The Community Education Coordinator will establish activities for each club based on membership. A quarterly calendar will be passed out to club members with meeting dates, times and activities.

CLUB Sign-up any time during the school year contact/see Community Ed Coordinator.
Art Club (K-6 & 7-12), Photography and Film Club (7-12), Drama Club (7-12), Chess and Stacking Club (K-6 & 7-12), other clubs to be added if students show interest or make a request.

CLUB FEES:
Clubs are free to join. Fundraisers will be your source of income for purchasing anything you might need. Community Ed coordinator will help you plan anything you may want to participate in.


Northeast Range 'Sprouts' Before and After school Care (Open)
The Northeast Range ‘Sprouts’ Enrichment program is a viable option for your kids in these uncertain times. This program is available for children pre-k to 6th grade. The program has returned and open for the community. Contact Joseph @ or call 827-3101  ext 4419 for more information.
 
Walking at the Northeast Range School (Masks Required at all times)
 ALL Adult Community Members are welcome to come and enjoy the Northeast Range School. All visitors will be required to be registered, wear a mask and practice social distancing  while walking in the building. We encourage all adult community members to take advantage of this opportunity to relax your mind, exercise your body in a safe environment.  Anyone who does not register or follow the guidelines put forth will not be allowed to use the building (This will be enforced).  Please stop by the NER office (office hours 8:30 am-4 pm M-F), register, pay the annual fee (group/family rates available) and receive a Nighthawk Walking Pass. For the safety and security of our school and students, all walkers will be required to wear a walking pass. Sanitizing stations will be located through-out the building for your convenience. We would love to see you visit OUR School. Only registered and paid walkers will be allowed to use the facility. Sign up with the Community Ed Coordinator between 8:30 am-3 pm M-F (NER office). For your convenience you can also register online. Go to Northeast Range website click the Community Education Tab then click ComEd Forms. Thank you for your understanding.
NER Community Ed
NER School                M-F                Jan 11th-May
Cost $6.00 full year                            3:30-8:00 pm
Cost $12 for Family for year
Cost $20 for group for year
Family Swimming and Pool Parties (adhering to all safety guidelines)
Have your next birthday party or family get together at the Northeast Range School Pool, cafeteria, and Gymnasium. For pricing, available dates and more information contact Joseph Kaufenberg Community Education Coordinator.  Call for details. 827-3101 ext 4419
NER Community Ed
NER School         TBD                 Feb-May
Cost $85.00 rental of pool
Cost $20 lifeguard fee



Local Artists needed:
Northeast Range Community education is looking for qualified individuals to teach the following classes: Art (any kind) Piano lessons, Guitar lessons, Community Choir (leader) and Dance Lessons. If you are interested we are looking for you. For more information please call Community Education.


NER Community Education sports leagues
NER Community Education is looking to sponsor community sports leagues. Any group of community members interested in starting up a sports league of any kind please contact NER Community Education for information and viability. NER is always on the lookout for new and exciting activities to add to the catalog. Whether it’s Basketball, football, hockey, baseball, soccer, disc golf, Frisbee football, anything is welcome. Please contact NER Community Education. Serious interest only.


Your IDEAS Contest
Submissions due May 1st
This contest is designed to motivate community members to submit ideas for classes and activities to help enhance the current ComEd Program. Submission Criteria: Name, address and phone number. Include a detailed description of class or activity; indicate age range or community group the activity is intended for. Specify whether you are willing to instruct the course or if you would like to attend the course. If your submission becomes part of the Community Education Schedule, you will receive a “Gift Certificate” from a local store and a “Community Activity Pass” good for the quarter your submission is listed (excludes swimming lessons). Submit IDEAS and $5.00 registration fee in a sealed envelope marked “Your IDEAS Contest:” to the address listed above on or before May  1st, 2021. Questions or comments please contact NE Range Community Education
NER Community Ed
NER School     Saturday     May 1st
Cost $6.00           10 pm



Morning Swim (Adult)
 Men and Women are invited to come and enjoy the beautiful school pool every Monday thru Friday morning. M, W, F morning: aerobics, laps, walking and casually enjoy the pool (limited lanes available for lap swimming). T & Th morning: pool open to lap swimming. Please follow the guidelines, wear a mask when entering, practice social distancing, be respectful of others around you. Maximum of 20 swimmers are allowed.  If you are feeling sick please stay home. Have a runny nose stay home, thank you.  Punch cards available for purchase see lifeguard. Note the change to prices. No class on days when school is closed or during poor winter weather. (Cold weather rule)
Northeast Range Community ED
NER School Pool     M-F         Jan-May
Cost $6 per day, 12 for $35, 20 for $45       6:15-7:30 am

Evening Swim (Adult): (TBD if viable)
Evening swim is on hold until we determine if this program is viable.  Please follow the guidelines, wear a mask when entering, practice social distancing, be respectful of others around you. If you are feeling sick please stay home. Days with a home swim meet there will not be any evening swim. 5 Committed swimmers, an adult supervisor are needed to run this program. Maximum of 20 swimmers are allowed. Call community education for more information. Evening schedules will be posted outside the pool doors, please check at your convenience.
NER Community Ed
NER School Pool    M-Th    (TBD if Viable)
Cost $6 per day, 12 for $35, 20 for $45           6:30-8:00pm



Where in the world is Mr Joe #wheresmrjoe !!!!
Each week starting in February the talented and elusive Mr Joe will pop up on social media everywhere.  Follow Twitter @NortheastRange and @NERCommunityED, Instagram @nerangenews, Facebook @NighthawkNation or @NortheastRangeNighthawks for your chance to win monthly prizes. Each Week Mr Joe will send out a selfie from a secret location. Be one of the first 5 to reply with #wheresmrjoe and the correct location name to be entered in the monthly prize drawing. At the end of each month 2 winners will be selected and announced on social media. Prizes can be picked up at school or arranged for delivery.
NER Community Education                   Day                         Date/Time
                                                       Feb -May

Lifeguard Training Class

A Lifeguard Training Class will be offered to Local Community Members and Northeast Range Students this spring 2021. Course will be offered at the Northeast Range School (Babbitt). The dates and times of this course will be determined dependent on registration numbers.Class and Pool hours will all be held at the NER school in Babbitt. $125 course fee covers course materials, instructor and certification fee. Additional materials like a first aid kit will be the responsibility of the student. Scholarships are available for individuals who commit to working as a lifeguard through NER Community Ed. For information on this course and to sign up please contact Jennifer Kaufenberg at 827-3101 ext: 4212. Thank you

Sue Pasmik    
NER Pool/classroom                         TBD                 TBD          Spring        2021    
Cost $125


NER Community Education Book Club:
Love to read or simply like discussing books, please sign up for the 2021 Book Club by the first of each month starting in March.  email Mrs Kaufenberg ( ). The first meeting date will be determined by the group. Book Club meetings in person will be determined by safety guidelines. Group discussion will be through a private snapchat group.  We will select books off the reading list and set meeting dates and times. The book club is open to high school students and adults. Book Club Members will receive a copy of the first book read by the group. Other books on the list will be available for purchase or to borrow. Additional books can be added to the list via request.
2021 Book Club Reading List
The Love and Lies of Rukhsana Ali by Sabina Khan
“Little Boy,” by Lawrence Ferlinghetti
“Policing the Open Road,” by Sarah Seo
Let’s Go Swimming on Doomsday by Natalie C Anderson
Opposite of Always by Justin A. Reynolds
SHOUT by Laurie Halse Anderson

Jennifer Kaufenberg                    
NER Classroom A12             To be determined
Cost FREE                    To be determined


Northeast Range Community Theatre Auditions: (March 1st)

If you love acting, want to have fun, learn and just plain want to be silly come to the NER Community Theatre auditions for the show "The Magical Lamp of Aladdin". All productions have various roles and there will be a part for everyone. Anyone interested in helping with show production is encouraged to see the Director. Remember these shows are open for community members as well, so feel free to join the fun, would love to have you. Forms will be handed out to all who have signed up for the show prior to auditions. Safety Guidelines will be reviewed as you enter the Auditorium. Maximum of 20 actors so auditions will be necessary for all who are interested. Very important you sign up on the early sign up sheet by the office.
Joseph Kaufenberg    
NER Auditorium        Monday    March 1st
Cost $12 fee                  3:20-5:00 pm

 Fees must be paid on the day of the Audition along with the registration form.  

Hats Off to Dr. Seuss's Birthday!
March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’s birthday—what better way to celebrate than to read? Did you know Dr. Seuss would be 115 this year? While he is no longer with us, his legacy lives on in the pages of his books. He forever changed the way children’s books were written and continues to inspire generations. So this month, why not host a fun, whimsical party? Read Dr. Seuss books, use your imagination, and be silly!
In Katroo, every year, on the day you were born
They start the day right in the bright early morn
When the Birthday Honk-Honker hikes high up Mt. Zorn
and lets loose a big blast on the big Birthday Horn.
And the voice of the horn calls out loud as it plays:
"Wake up! For today is your Day of all Days!"


Have your students, family members, friends, and neighbors all participate by having a bit of fun and remembering this Man with excitement joy and Reading reading reading.





4-H Night at the School Monday, (March 8th)

Have you ever wondered what 4-H was all about? Here’s your chance. Come and learn all about this nation-wide organization that is open to all families. Youth grades K-12 are able to join and participate in 4-H through leadership opportunities, learn life skills, and explore different interest/project areas. Come make a simple bird feeder and decorate a cupcake! Contact Christine Mackai, 4-H Leader of the Vermilion 4-H Club in Embarrass. RSVP via email:christinemackai@yahoo.com​ by February 22nd.    
Cost $6
NER Cafeteria                    6pm to 7:30 pm    March 8th


Career Planning Workshop (March 18th) (Zoom class)
The Career Planning Workshop would focus on:  Resume and Cover Letters writing and formatting, as well as What and What NOT to include. Interview Skills: Preparation BEFORE the Interview, How to interact DURING the Interview, Follow-up AFTER the Interview along with Social Media and Personal Branding. Please register for this class a week in advance. A Zoom link will then be sent to everyone who registered.

Tim Johnson, 11+ year State Farm Agent with an office located in Cook, MN. Serving the Iron Range and all of Greater Minnesota. Certified since 2009.  I am licensed In Auto, Fire, Life, and Health Insurance. I am also licensed in Variable Life and Annuities as well as Mutual Funds. I am also Bank certified. I have over 40 years of business experience. My education includes an AAS Degree in Small Business Management from the University of Minnesota-Crookston and a BBA in Marketing (Accounting Minor) from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. I have career experience in Insurance & Financial Services, Medical Sales, Automotive Parts and Retail Management.
 I have provided community education for ISD 2142 and have also worked within the schools to provide education for students in the areas of Insurance, Financial Awareness and Career Planning. I have presented multiple times at the annual Professional Development Summit hosted by ISD 2142. Topics have included:Career Planning, Pension Maximization, Financial Foundations and Social Security. Call joseph @ 827-310 ext:4419 to sign up or email
March 18th                                          Thursday                                  6pm-7:30pm     $6 fee

NER Elementary “Mini” Basketball camp (TBD)
NER Elementary students are welcome to attend a ‘mini” basketball camp this spring, please look for flyers in your students backpack or folder. More info to come as the weeks roll along. Thank you. Contact Christine Mackai for any questions you might have.
 

Theatre with Merry Vaughn
Merry Vaughn is a Associate Professor Director of Theatre at The College of St. Scholastica. Follow us on a Virtual Tour of The college through the eyes of Ms Vaughn. Merry will talk theatre and her love for this wonderful art form. Join us in a safe and social distanced experience. Merrys love for Theatre is contagious and well worth the look.Any and all forms of life are welcome. A link to the class will be sent to all who register and pay the small fee beforehand. Call joseph 827 3101 ext 4419 or email jpkaufenberg@isd2142.k12.mn.us ; for more information.
Joseph Kaufenberg            Tuesday            March 23rd
Zoom Meeting
Cost $6                                3:20-5:00 pm







Easter Egg hunt for kids:(April 3rd)
Scavenger Hunt through Zoom
Register by March 26th
Hey Kids need something to do on a Saturday, stuck in your house well join this unique scavenger hunt and explore your home. Join Zoom (link will be provided) for an easter egg scavenger hunt. A form will be sent to each registered child regarding the rules. Prizes will be awarded, please read the rules and guidelines form sent home to all registered children. email or call Joseph for more information or to register  jpkaufenberg@isd2142.k12.mn.us ; 827-3101 ext 4419
 Date: April 3rd
 Time: 10:00 am-12pm
Place: Your home
 Cost: $6 participation fee

Communities Coming Together Film Contest

The first annual Community Film Contest will be held this school year. What a great way in these trying times to show community spirit or film acumen. The contest is open to any and all Community members who would love to showcase their art in a safe and secure environment. Minimum age requirement will be 9th grade and older. So that means you Uncle Stinker and your 100 year old self. Adult community members are encouraged to participate. Forms and contest rules will be sent to each filmmaker who has signed up. The sign up deadline is April 2nd . Please email to get on the list or call 827-3101 ext 4419 for more information. All pertinent info will be sent to each interested artist.

NER Community Ed
Fee $6 for participation            


Defensive driving (4 hour - refresher course)
This is a four-hour refresher course with instructor Tim Johnson (MN State Farm agent). You must be 55 and already have taken the eight-hour course and need a renewal to take this course. Tim Johnson is certified through the Minnesota Safety Council to teach this course. You will receive a certificate required by your insurance company for the auto insurance discount. Masks are mandatory and all seats will be the allotted 6 feet apart for social distancing. There will be hand sanitizer available, the area will be cleaned prior to the start of class. Any questions or concerns feel free to call NER Community Education at 827-3101 ext 4419.
 
Tim Johnson                                Day                       Date/Time
Babbitt Municipal Center    Thursday            April 15th
Cost $10.00 fee                       9:00-1:00 pm

Defensive driving (8 hour – initial course)
This eight-hour course is the initial course needed to receive a discount on your auto insurance. This course will be taught with instructor Tim Johnson (MN State Farm agent).This course is for those at least 55 years of age. You will receive a certificate required by your insurance company for the auto insurance discount. Masks are mandatory and all seats will be the allotted 6 feet apart for social distancing. There will be hand sanitizer available, the area will be cleaned prior to the start of class. Any questions or concerns feel free to call NER Community Education at 827-3101 ext 4419.


Tim Johnson                                 Day                              Date/Time
Babbitt Municipal Center    Friday                            April 16th
Cost $12.00 fee                       9:00-5:00 pm


Family movie day: “The Croods 2”
(April 13th)
Searching for a safer habitat, the prehistoric Crood family discovers an idyllic, walled-in paradise that meets all of its needs. Unfortunately, they must also learn to live with the Bettermans -- a family that's a couple of steps above the Croods on the evolutionary ladder. As tensions between the new neighbors start to rise, a new threat soon propels both clans on an epic adventure that forces them to embrace their differences, draw strength from one another, and survive together.

Stay close to home and “GO TO THE MOVIES.” The Movie will adhere to the safety guidelines set forth. Masks must be worn unless when having your snack of course. Guidelines will be sent to all who register in advance, Advanced registration is mandatory.  The movie will be shown in the NER School auditorium on the big screen. The cost is $6 and will include popcorn, a beverage and a treat. Everyone must register for the movie by April 6th to see the show. (10) Registrations are needed for the show to go on. Students will NOT be permitted to attend showing without parental signed release form or permission slip. Any child under the age of 8 must be accompanied by a responsible adult or teenager. This show is PG. Movie will be given away in a drawing at the end of the show, what more can you ask for. Maximum of 20 people allowed. Look for flyers in your child’s folder.
Northeast Range ComEd                         Day                   Date/Time
Northeast Range Auditorium    Tuesday                  April 13th
Cost $6.00 fee                          3:10-5:00 pm

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Swimming Lessons for Pre-K (Infant/Toddler)
Level Pre-K, Swimming Lessons are in need of a swim lesson instructor for spring 2021 school year. Please call or email if you are interested, 827-3101 ext: 4419
Instructor to be announced    
NER School pool        To be determined        TBD
Cost $50.00 per person

Swimming Lessons for Levels 1-6 (Guidelines will be sent to each participant)
Level 1-6 Swimming Lessons TBD for spring 2021 school year. Please watch the local paper and monthly Community Newsletter for Registration Dates and Times. Levels 1-6 are in need of an instructor please call or email if you are interested, 827-3101 ext 4419
    
NER School pool        To be determined        TBD
Cost $50.00 per person

Please be aware of the change in price as well, thank you very much!



Northeast Range Community Theatre Presents: “The Magical Lamp of Aladdin”

The classic story of Aladdin, his monkey sidekick Alakazam, and the beautiful Princess Jasmine never fails to entertain young audiences.  Evil magician Jammal tries to trick Aladdin in a malicious scheme to acquire a magical lamp containing a wish-granting genie.  But Aladdin tricks Jammal and claims the magic lamp for himself, using its power to win the princess and impress the Sultan.  But through another wicked ploy, Jammal regains possession of the lamp and kidnaps Jasmine!  To set things right, Aladdin must face Chop-Chop, the merciless executioner.  At last, Aladdin and Jasmine are reunited, and Jammal is transformed into a new person.

In this delightful and easy to produce version, you’ll also meet three genies, the whining Ali “Bubba,” the fire-breathing dragon, and the haughty sultan’s wife.                  
NER Community Ed    
NER Auditorium or Online        Friday, April 30th  6:00 pm(tentative)
Cost TBD              Saturday, May 1st 1:00 pm


ZOOM COLLECTIBLE CORNER!!! (May 15th)
  Dust of your cards, action figures, comics and lets meet. This one day event will be hosted by NER Community Ed. The purpose of this event is to safely gather and share what you love to collect. You can sell, trade, swap and show off your treasures. Once participants register they will receive a link to the event and guidelines to follow. Must possess a smartphone, computer, ipad or electronic device that can access the internet.  This is a Zoom event so we will try our best to make it as smooth as possible. The host will lead the discussion. Please call or email Joseph @ 827-3101 ext 4419 or email to get on the list. Minimum of 15 people needed to hold the event. Must register one week in advance. Registration date is May 7th. Registration and Online fee payment is available at this time.
NER Community Education
Saturday May 15th
Time:  1:00 pm-4:00 pm
Place: Zoom (your home)
Cost: $6 entrance fee

Northern Family Virtual Talent show  #northernfamily (May 20th)
Join our Northern Family and showcase your talents. This one of a kind unique show will be for all interested community members from 6-106 years of age. Practices can be arranged on the beautiful NER stage (with administration approval) for all who are interested. Prizes will be awarded. Rules will  be sent to all who register and pay the talent show entrance fee. Please share your talents and showcase what you love to do. A grand prize drawing for a bigger prize will be done after the show. Judges chosen by Community Ed coordinator will determine the winners. More info as the months roll along.
If you are interested in sharing your talents with us and working with Community Education contact Joseph Kaufenberg at jpkaufenberg@isd2142.k12.mn.us ; (A link or phone number to join will be provided to you upon registration and payment of the fee.)  The show date and time will be May 20th with performance blocks reserved for each performer/performers. Information regarding all aspects of the show will be sent to each act who register and pay the entrance fee. Let us make this a wonderful northern family experience for all.

Recording of the show  will be available in June 2021 on Facebook and www.northeastrange.net. ; or request your own copy with a small fee.
Virtual Talent show     Thursday                        May 20th  6-9 pm
$10  entrance fee

 
Family movie day: “Frozen 2”
May 17th
Stay close to home and “GO TO THE MOVIES.” The Movie will adhere to the safety guidelines set forth. Masks must be worn unless when having your snack of course. Guidelines will be sent to all who register in advance, Advanced registration is mandatory.  The movie will be shown in the NER School auditorium on the big screen. The cost is $6 and will include popcorn, a beverage and a treat. Everyone must register for the movie by May 8th to see the show. (10) Registrations are needed for the show to go on. Students will NOT be permitted to attend showing without parental signed release form or permission slip. Any child under the age of 8 must be accompanied by a responsible adult or teenager. This show is PG. Movie will be given away in a drawing at the end of the show, what more can you ask for. Maximum of 20 people allowed. Look for flyers in your child’s folder.
Northeast Range ComEd                         Day                   Date/Time
Northeast Range Auditorium    Monday             May 17th
Cost $6.00 fee                      3:10-5:00 pm



Beginning Acting Workshop (All ages welcome)

Joseph Kaufenberg will be instructing this course, he has a Master’s Degree in theatre and has been involved with the fine arts professionally for over 30 years. Mr. Joe as he is so fondly called has been the NER artistic director for 10 years and has a wealth of experience in all aspects of acting and directing. Sign up, let go of your nerves and experience the wonderful world of acting. Everyone and I mean everyone is welcome to participate; the more the merrier. In this introductory Class, students will learn how to utilize the basic tools of an actor. Learn improv, and all aspects that make up what an actor can become. Bring a water bottle, snack provided. Again All ages welcome. All safety guidelines will be followed before class starts. maximum of 20 participants allowed. Forms will be sent to all who register beforehand. Must register for the class one week prior to the event.
Joseph Kaufenberg
NER School Auditorium        Tuesday        May 18th
Cost $6.00 fee                        3:20-5:00 pm

Morning Swim (Adult) Summer Session (TBD)
Depending on what is done with the pool and the pandemic in the summer, we may or may not have Swimming. It has worked in the past, again will not know until middle of May. NER Community ED will keep anyone interested posted as to dates/times if necessary. Thank You. Let Community Ed know of your interest in Summer swim, thanks again.


Family Fun Time: Summer session (TBD)
See above info on Morning Swim same applies here. Also a big factor is life guard availability. As above please let NER Community know if you would be interested in family fun time in the summer, thank you.

NER Community Ed Float Ideas Contest (June 12th)
 All Community Members are encouraged to come up with Float ideas for the NER Community Education Float. This float will be used during the Peter Mitchell Fun days in June (if allowed). Please email your ideas to . The winner will be chosen from a panel of judges. The winner will have their idea used for the parade and also receive a local business gift card. Please have your idea to Joseph No later than June 12th 2021. Again email Joseph at .
Thank you so much, now go make some magic.



Community Education Evaluation Form:
After you have attended a Community Education class, we would like to know what you think. Your feedback will help us make improvements and will also reinforce the things we are doing well. To give feedback about a class you've attended, please go to the Class Evaluation Survey form on the Northeast Range Community Education website and click ComEd Forms. If you would like a copy via email or in print contact the Community Ed Coordinator. Your opinions and ideas are important to help increase the quality of Community Education.
























          












 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 

 
 
 

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