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  • Edina Gymnastics: Ages 8-16

    Recreational and competitive gymnastics geared towards students ages 8-16. Participants will work on perfecting basic gymnastics skills (cartwheels, handstands, walkovers) and learning new skills (handsprings, tucks, etc). Returning gymnasts will continue with their progression, and will begin to focus on routines and putting skills together. Please note class times: Mondays will always be 4:00-6:00pm Wednesdays will be 5:00-7:00pm with the exception of 3/6 + 4/24. 3/6 + 4/24 will be from 4:00-6:00pm.
  • Non-School Day: DASH Multi-Sport: Gr. K-5

    Looking for a fun non-school day filled with fun sports activities? This Multi-Sport camp includes fun skills training and games in three sports: Soccer, Basketball, and Flag Football. Athletes will spend roughly 1.5 hours on each sport, performing fun, instructor-led skill-based activities and games. Also included in the daily activities will be other fun games such as Kickball, Capture the Flag, Dodgeball, and more. Athletes should bring two snacks, a lunch, and a water bottle.
  • PE Games Session 3 (Mar-Apr): Concord Elementary

    We will play games Tuesdays and Thursdays. Games we will play are Capture the Flag, Busy Bee, Steal the Pin, etc.
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    Learn to Dive Mondays

    ***Prerequisites: Must be confident in deep water. Age is not as important as willingness to try new things.*** Learn basic springboard diving skills, diving safety, and how to use the diving board with proper technique. You'll increase your flexibility and have lots of fun! Beginning divers with little or no previous instruction are welcome. During this class, divers will learn the fundamentals of diving including: front approach with hurdle, front dive, back press, back dive, inward dive, front somersault. Often divers will take this class more than one time to achieve proficiency in the skills expected in Intermediate Diving. When the diver is ready to move to Intermediate, coaches will move them up even during the middle of a session.
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    Competitive Diving Mondays

    ***Prerequisites: Participation is limited to divers who can successfully demonstrate dives from all five dive groups (forward, back, reverse, inward and twisting groups), or with instructor approval. Only 12 divers will be accepted. *** Divers with prior competitive springboard diving experience are welcome (high school varsity or junior varsity, or age group diving experience)! Instructors are all seasoned varsity and club diving coaches.
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    Badminton Club: Gr. 2-5

    Students in grades 3-5 will continue practicing their badminton skills and participate in the King/Queen of the court tournament. We will practice serving and a variety of hitting techniques before the tournament. Equipment and great music provided!
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    Intermediate Diving Wednesdays

    ***Prerequisites: Must be proficient in: front approach with hurdle, front dive, back dive, inward dive, front somersault. Age is less important than proficiency in the noted skills..*** If you already have some springboard diving experience, you can continue to build on the skills you've learned in earlier classes. Intermediate divers will be encouraged to try reverse dives, somersaults in all directions, twisting dives, etc. Often divers will take this class more than one time to achieve proficiency in the skills expected in Competitive Diving. When the diver is ready to move to Competitive, coaches will move them up even during the middle of a session.
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    Competitive Diving Wednesdays

    ***Prerequisites: Participation is limited to divers who can successfully demonstrate dives from all five dive groups (forward, back, reverse, inward and twisting groups), or with instructor approval. Only 12 divers will be accepted. *** Divers with prior competitive springboard diving experience are welcome (high school varsity or junior varsity, or age group diving experience)! Instructors are all seasoned varsity and club diving coaches.
  • South View Middle School Girls Track & Field: Gr. 6-8

    Join us for fun and fitness this spring. Beginner and experienced track athletes are welcome! All participants will have the opportunity to compete in track and field events that encompass sprint and long distances running races, individual and relay options, and jumping and throwing events. ***Please note: Sports physicals are NOT required for middle school track and field.*** Grades 6-8 Season typically runs April 1 through the final track meet (May 21). Practices are held before school Monday-Friday. Students will stay at their home school for practices. South View Middle School: Kuhlman Stadium/South View Middle School, 7:45-9:00am The season includes four meets at Kuhlman Stadium, with the final meet being a District Championship meet. 2024 Meet Dates: April 16, 23, May 14, 21 More details will be emailed from the head coaches prior to the first day of practice. Make sure your correct email address is correct in your general Community Ed profile when processing your registration. South View: Head Coach: Jennifer Harrits, jennifer.harrits@edinaschools.org Team Website
  • South View Middle School Boys Track & Field: Gr. 6-8

    Join us for fun and fitness this spring. Beginner and experienced track athletes are welcome! All participants will have the opportunity to compete in track and field events that encompass sprint and long distances running races, individual and relay options, and jumping and throwing events. ***Please note: Sports physicals are NOT required for middle school track and field.*** Grades 6-8 Season typically runs April 1 through the final track meet (May 21). Practices are held before school Monday-Friday. Students will stay at their home school for practices. South View Middle School: Kuhlman Stadium/South View Middle School, 7:45-9:00am The season includes four meets at Kuhlman Stadium, with the final meet being a District Championship meet. 2024 Meet Dates: April 16, 23, May 14, 21 More details will be emailed from the head coaches prior to the first day of practice. Make sure your correct email address is correct in your general Community Ed profile when processing your registration. South View: Head Coach: Jennifer Harrits, jennifer.harrits@edinaschools.org Team Website
  • Valley View Middle School Girls Track & Field: Gr. 6-8

    Join us for fun and fitness this spring. Beginner and experienced track athletes are welcome! All participants will have the opportunity to compete in track and field events that encompass sprint and long distances running races, individual and relay options, and jumping and throwing events. ***Please note: Sports physicals are NOT required for middle school track and field.*** Grades 6-8 Season typically runs April 1 through the final track meet (May 21). Practices are held before school Monday-Friday. Students will stay at their home school for practices. Valley View: Edina High School/Valley View Middle School, 7:30-9:00am The season includes four meets at Kuhlman Stadium, with the final meet being a District Championship meet. 2024 Meet Dates: April 16, 23, May 14, 21 More details will be emailed from the head coaches prior to the first day of practice. Make sure your correct email address is correct in your general Community Ed profile when processing your registration. Head Coach: Jon Buckley, jonathan.buckley@edinaschools.org Team Website
  • Valley View Middle School Boys Track & Field: Gr. 6-8

    Join us for fun and fitness this spring. Beginner and experienced track athletes are welcome! All participants will have the opportunity to compete in track and field events that encompass sprint and long distances running races, individual and relay options, and jumping and throwing events. ***Please note: Sports physicals are NOT required for middle school track and field.*** Grades 6-8 Season typically runs April 1 through the final track meet (May 21). Practices are held before school Monday-Friday. Students will stay at their home school for practices. Valley View: Edina High School/Valley View Middle School, 7:30-9:00am The season includes four meets at Kuhlman Stadium, with the final meet being a District Championship meet. 2024 Meet Dates: April 16, 23, May 14, 21 More details will be emailed from the head coaches prior to the first day of practice. Make sure your correct email address is correct in your general Community Ed profile when processing your registration. Head Coach: Jon Buckley, jonathan.buckley@edinaschools.org Team Website
  • DASH Afterschool Phy Ed Games: Normandale

    DASH Sports Phy. Ed Games camp provides participants with a fun experience learning and playing your favorite physical education games! Games may include Capture the Flag, Kickball, Dodgeball, Tag games, Ultimate Frisbee/Football, Sharks and Minnows, Soccer, and more! Participants will learn teamwork, and values such as respect, hustle, and pride, all in a fun environment while increasing athleticism and learning teamwork and gameplay. Campers should bring a water bottle, and athletic clothing/shoes. All other equipment is provided.
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    Learn to Dive Thursdays

    ***Prerequisites: Must be confident in deep water. Age is not as important as willingness to try new things.*** Learn basic springboard diving skills, diving safety, and how to use the diving board with proper technique. You'll increase your flexibility and have lots of fun! Beginning divers with little or no previous instruction are welcome. During this class, divers will learn the fundamentals of diving including: front approach with hurdle, front dive, back press, back dive, inward dive, front somersault. Often divers will take this class more than one time to achieve proficiency in the skills expected in Intermediate Diving. When the diver is ready to move to Intermediate, coaches will move them up even during the middle of a session.
  • Benjamin J. DeLong (flickr) (CC BY 2.0)

    Competitive Diving Thursdays

    ***Prerequisites: Participation is limited to divers who can successfully demonstrate dives from all five dive groups (forward, back, reverse, inward and twisting groups), or with instructor approval. Only 12 divers will be accepted. *** Divers with prior competitive springboard diving experience are welcome (high school varsity or junior varsity, or age group diving experience)! Instructors are all seasoned varsity and club diving coaches.
  • DASH Afterschool Phy Ed Games: Countryside

    DASH Sports Phy. Ed Games camp provides participants with a fun experience learning and playing your favorite physical education games! Games may include Capture the Flag, Kickball, Dodgeball, Tag games, Ultimate Frisbee/Football, Sharks and Minnows, Soccer, and more! Participants will learn teamwork, and values such as respect, hustle, and pride, all in a fun environment while increasing athleticism and learning teamwork and gameplay. Campers should bring a water bottle, and athletic clothing/shoes. All other equipment is provided.
  • DASH Afterschool Phy Ed Games: Creek Valley

    DASH Sports Phy. Ed Games camp provides participants with a fun experience learning and playing your favorite physical education games! Games may include Capture the Flag, Kickball, Dodgeball, Tag games, Ultimate Frisbee/Football, Sharks and Minnows, Soccer, and more! Participants will learn teamwork, and values such as respect, hustle, and pride, all in a fun environment while increasing athleticism and learning teamwork and gameplay. Campers should bring a water bottle, and athletic clothing/shoes. All other equipment is provided.
  • Highlands Running Club: Gr. 3-5

    WHY RUN? Running is a sport for all ages. There are running programs for kids and adults. People learn to run at an early age, and many continue to run well into their 70s and beyond. Running is a sport in which everyone in the family can participate. Running is the most accessible sport. No matter where you live, work, or go to school, there are areas that are safe for running. Running clubs, youth running programs, and events can be found in nearly every city in the United States. Running is the perfect exercise. 35 minutes of running three to four times a week will result in improved physical fitness. Running strengthens the heart, lungs, and major muscles of the body. Fun Run Opportunity: Kids Run This City: Date TBA
  • Sports of All Sorts!: Cornelia Elementary: Grades K-5

    Join us for more Physical Education games after school! We will play a variety of Phy. Ed. and Fitness games together!
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    Archery 101: Gr. 5-12

    Nothing beats the thrill of hitting a bull’s-eye! Learn all aspects of range safety*, proper shooting techniques and the history of this ancient sport. Students develop the discipline and skill of using bows and the joy of learning a centuries-old sport. You don't have to be fast, tall or even very strong to have success in Archery. *Please note that attendance at the first two days of club is required to be properly trained on all safety skills and rules. Attendance at all sessions is recommended. No prorating is available. Note: Safety rules are strictly enforced and Edina Community Ed staff reserves the right to immediately dismiss a participant for unsafe behavior.
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    Advanced Archery: Gr. 5-12

    Come learn some more advanced archery concepts that go beyond our introductory class. Shooting at greater distances, follow through, and scoring in an archery tournament will be explored in this class. Your student will have the opportunity to continue to build on their archery skill at a higher level than the introductory class. Your student must have completed the Archery 101 class in order to sign up for this class.
  • Highlands Running Club: Gr. 1-3

    WHY RUN? Running is a sport for all ages. There are running programs for kids and adults. People learn to run at an early age, and many continue to run well into their 70s and beyond. Running is a sport in which everyone in the family can participate. Running is the most accessible sport. No matter where you live, work, or go to school, there are areas that are safe for running. Running clubs, youth running programs, and events can be found in nearly every city in the United States. Running is the perfect exercise. 35 minutes of running three to four times a week will result in improved physical fitness. Running strengthens the heart, lungs, and major muscles of the body. Fun Run Opportunity: Kids Run This City: Date TBA
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    Kung Fu – Wu Shu for Self-Defense and Fitness: Beginners: Ages: 5-Adult

    Age 5 – Adult! Learn effective kicking, punching & self-defense skills to strengthen the mind & body. Join a fun, progressive class & build muscle, power, flexibility, coordination, agility. Optional uniform, certification from white to Black Belt available. Great class for parents and child.
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    Kung Fu – Wu Shu for Self-Defense and Fitness: White - Orange Belt: Ages: 5-Adult

    Age 5 – Adult! Learn effective kicking, punching & self-defense skills to strengthen the mind & body. Join a fun, progressive class & build muscle, power, flexibility, coordination, agility. Optional uniform, certification from white to Black Belt available. Great class for parents and child.