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  • Boys & Girls Soccer League Entering Kindergarten - Grade 6

    Registration fee after June 15th is $119. Please register for the waiting list. We monitor our numbers daily and will accept as many participants as possible. If you have any questions in regards to late registration please contact Katie Suloff at 651-982-8392 or email ksuloff@flaschools.org Soccer League will focus on improving the basic skills of dribbling, trapping, passing, receiving, game positions and offensive/defensive techniques. During registration, please select the elementary school the participant attends. Boys Soccer League will practice on Mondays and play games on Wednesdays starting July 12. Girls Soccer League will practice on Tuesdays and play games on Thursdays starting July 13. Games will start at either 6:15pm or 7:15pm and be played at Columbus Elementary. After the coaches meeting, volunteer coaches will communicate what time your practice will be held. What to bring: soccer cleats (rubber only) or tennis shoes, black shorts, shin guards and a bottle of water every day. Registration deadline: June 15. After June 15th, please add the participant to the waiting list. We review waiting lists daily and will add as many participants to the league as possible. Coaches meeting: June 29, 6pm, Ed Center Cafeteria (door 4) Location: Columbus Elementary Green Space, 17345 Notre Dame St NE, Forest Lake, MN 55025.
  • Flag Football League Entering Grades K-3

    Registration fee after Aug 3rd is $119. Please register for the waiting list. We monitor our numbers regularly and will accept as many participants as possible. Flag Football League will focus on skills such as passing, catching, ball handling and learning game positions. Please register the participant by the grade they are entering in the fall and by the elementary school they attend. Kindergarten and first grade will play games on Tuesdays starting September 14. Second and third grade will play games on Thursdays starting September 16. Games will start at 5:30pm or 6:30pm. In addition to the game nights, a weekly practice will be planned and communicated by the volunteer coach after the coaches meeting. Practices can be any evening besides your game night, Monday - Thursday. What to bring: football cleats (rubber only) or tennis shoes, black shorts and a bottle of water every day Registration deadline: August 3 Coaches meeting: August 26, 6pm, Ed Center Cafeteria (door 4) FL Sports Center Fenway Fields $99 before Aug 3, $119 after Aug 3 1690-F21: Entering grade K Tue Sept 7 - Oct 19 1691-F21: Entering grade 1 Tue Sept 7 - Oct 19 1692-F21: Entering grade 2 Thu Sept 9 - Oct 21 1693-F21: Entering grade 3 Thu Sept 9 - Oct 21
  • Basketball - Private Lessons

    Private basketball lessons are the most effective way to enhance your basketball skills through coach directed skills, drills, and fun games. In these sessions you are given one on one attention to help you understand exactly what your individual strengths and weaknesses are and how to effectively and quickly improve your game. Reasons to receive private basketball lessons include: becoming a better basketball player, making a hoops club team, making the school team, or getting a scholarship to play in college. Whatever your goal is as a basketball player, private lessons will help you make that goal a reality. Lessons will be with our Forest Lake Area Middle School Basketball Coach Shaun Dorothy. Shaun also coaches elementary basketball for both Community Education and our local traveling association, FL Hoops Club. Enroll for lessons - after your registration, we will reach out to you to schedule your lessons based on your schedule as well as Coach Shaun's.
  • Little Kickers Soccer Ages 3-8

    Registration fee after Aug 3rd is $65. Please register for the waiting list. We monitor our numbers regularly and will accept as many participants as possible. Little Kickers is a great introduction to soccer. This fun training program for boys and girls will work on individual skills and small team play. Soccer activities will be provided by Lakes United Futball Club. Teams will be formed by elementary schools; schools may be combined to make teams. Little Kickers soccer will meet on Saturdays, September 10 - October 8. This program is a partnership with Forest Lake Community Ed and Lakes United Futball Club. (http://www.lakesunitedfc.org) Volunteer coaches are needed for this program and will be assisted by a dedicated staff coach from Lakes United Futball Club. If you are interested, please indicate in the notes section when registering. Please register for the elementary school that your child attends or will attend. Register for the age group that your child will be on the first day of the program. Friend Requests: We will grant (1) friend request per players. Both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be granted.
  • Rangers Multi-Sports Camp

    Girls & Boys Ages 6-12 This multi-sport camp is an introduction to a variety of sports as well as other fun yard games throughout the week including but not limited to flag football, basketball, baseball and soccer. Days are divided into focused sport play, free play, lunch/break time and multi-sport games. The camp is held at the Forest Lake Area Middle School and led by Forest Lake Area Schools Staff as well as college student athletes that are Forest Lake and other local high school Alumni. Participants should wear sport appropriate clothing and shoes, bring two nut/peanut free snacks, sunscreen and a bottle of water every day. Students that are attending all day will need to have a packed lunch as well as the above mentioned snacks.
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    Horsin' Around Ages 9-16

    Shadow Creek Stables, Inc. is offering a comprehensive riding program designed specifically for beginning riders. The class will include ground work/theory and riding. Participants must wear long pants and hard-soled boots. Enrollment is very limited, so register early!
  • Skating Lessons Tots 1 Ages 3-5

    Let’s learn to ice skate! Tots 1 is for first-time skaters ages 3-5. The most difficult skill for these skaters to master is getting up independently! Skaters must fall down and get up independently in order to pass into the next level. They should also be able to stand independently and march while moving for at least 6 steps. Patience is key, this is all much harder than it seems and skaters will spend a fair amount of time sitting on the ice at first! Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Skaters are evaluated regularly and when the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class. Skaters should dress for the cold. We recommend mittens and comfortable, easy to move in snow pants. All skaters age 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). Skaters must provide their own skates.
  • Hockey Skating Skills 1

    This course is for hockey players interested in strengthening their skating skills, increasing their speed/power and improving edge quality. Participants will learn: Forward crossovers Backward crossovers Hockey stops Forward inside & outside edges Backward inside & outside edges Mohawks and more! Gloves and helmets are the only equipment needed for this course. This course does not include any stick handling. Skaters must be currently or previously enrolled in Community Education's Intro to Hockey program (groups 3-6). If you have questions about your skater's eligibility, please contact ksuloff@flaschools.org.
  • Hockey Skating Skills 2

    This course is for hockey players interested in strengthening their skating skills, increasing their speed/power and improving edge quality. Participants will learn: Forward crossovers Backward crossovers Hockey stops Forward inside & outside edges Backward inside & outside edges Mohawks and more! Gloves and helmets are the only equipment needed for this course. This course does not include any stick handling. Skaters must have passed Pre-Alpha (Level 4), Hockey Skating Skills 1 or be enrolled in "Mites" or above. If you have questions about your skater's eligibility, please contact ksuloff@flaschools.org.
  • Skating Lessons Tots 2 Ages 3-5

    Tots 1 is the prerequisite to Tots 2, all first-time/new skaters that are younger than 6 years old and new to the Forest Lake Skate School program, should start with Tots 1. For skaters that have mastered the skills taught in Tots 1, keep developing with Tots 2! Tots 2 skaters must master a two-foot hop with both feet leaving the ice. Skaters must demonstrate one swizzle going from heels touching to toes touching in a stand still and while moving. Skaters should hold the two-foot glide for a distance equal to their height. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Skaters are evaluated regularly and when the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class. Skaters should dress for the cold. We recommend mittens and comfortable, easy to move in snow pants. All skaters age 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). Skaters must provide their own skates.
  • Skating Lessons Tots 3 Ages 3-5

    Tots 2 is the prerequisite to Tots 3, all first-time/new skaters that are younger than 6 years old and new to the Forest Lake Skate School program, should start with Tots 1. For skaters that have mastered the skills taught in Tots 2, keep growing with Tots 3! Tots 3 skaters must master push and glide stroking (not marching) for 6 strides. They should be able to hold a dip for the length of their height with an appropriate amount of speed. Skaters must demonstrate a snow plow stop or create snow with their blade at a stand still. Forward swizzles should be complete starting with heels together and ending with toes together. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Skaters are evaluated regularly and when the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class. Skaters should dress for the cold. We recommend mittens and comfortable, easy to move in snow pants. All skaters age 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). Skaters must provide their own skates.
  • Skating Lessons Pre Alpha Age 6 and up

    Pre-Alpha (Level 4) is for new/first time skaters age 6+ OR skaters who have passed Tots 3. Skaters must demonstrate 6 swizzles in a row, forward and backward, from a stand still position. Both the two-foot and one-foot glides must be held for a distance equal to the skater's height in a straight line. Skaters must demonstrate at least 6 backward wiggles traveling the distance of their body height. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Skaters are evaluated regularly and when the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class. Skaters should dress for the cold. We recommend mittens and comfortable, easy to move in snow pants. All skaters age 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). Skaters must provide their own skates.
  • Skating Lessons Alpha 5

    For skaters that have mastered the skills taught in Pre-Alpha, keep learning with Alpha! Skaters must demonstrate 6 forward crossovers in a row with no toe-pushes in both a clockwise and counterclockwise direction. To pass the stroking element skaters must complete 6 strides from a stand still. Skaters must start with appropriate speed and come to a complete stop using only one foot for the snowplow stop. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Skaters are evaluated regularly and when the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class. Skaters must provide their own skates.
  • Skating Lessons Beta 6

    For skaters that have passed Alpha, keep skating with Beta! Skaters must demonstrate 6 backward crossovers in a row with no toe-pushes in both clockwise and counterclockwise directions. Both T-stops must have speed going in and come to a complete stop using the outside edge of the back skate. During backward stroking, skaters should hold the glide portion for 3 seconds. The T-stops are the most difficult element in this level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Skaters are evaluated regularly and when the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class. Skaters must provide their own skates.
  • Skating Lessons Gamma 7

    After passing Beta, up next is Gamma! Skaters must demonstrate both right and left outside edge 3-turns with speed and clear entrance/exit edges. Both mohawks must be tested in the mohawk step sequence with appropriate speed. Skaters should come to a complete stop with a 90 degree turn to pass the hockey stop. The mohawk sequence is the most difficult element in this level! Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Skaters are evaluated regularly and when the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class. Skaters must provide their own skates.
  • Skating Lessons Delta 8

    Passed Gamma? Now on to Delta! Skaters must demonstrate both right and left inside edge 3-turns with speed and clear entrance/exit edges. Skaters should hold their lunge for a distance equal to their height and exit with a 1-foot glide to show control. The bunny hop can be performed on either side and must take off of and land on the toe pick. Skaters must demonstrate 4-6 forward inside and outside edges with a perpendicular push across the long axis and no toe-pushes. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Skaters are evaluated regularly and when the Skating Director feels a skater has mastered all of the skills in their level, they will be moved up to the next level/class. Skaters must provide their own skates.
  • Skating Lessons Freestyle 1-10

    Freestyle 9-10 skaters must have passed Delta 8. Freestyle 9-10 Skills: Two-foot spin, Inside Pivot, forward spiral, backward edges I&O, half flip, waltz jump
  • Pole Vaulting Age 9 & up

    Dream of flying? First time or experienced participants, age nine to adults, are encouraged to join us. The emphasis of this program is having fun while learning about equipment, safety, pole care, run/approach, plant and swing up. Space is limited so we can have a 1 to 5 coach to vaulter ratio. Family discount: each additional family member registered for this class will receive a 30% discount. Those that are eligible for the family discount should register all family members then email ksuloff@flaschools.org with the names of all family members registered and a refund will be processed for the discount. Participants must wear weather appropriate and comfortable clothing, bring a small notebook, pen/pencil, two nut/peanut free snacks and a bottle of water every day.
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    {YEL!} Junior Soccer Ages 5-8

    Get outside and get kickin’! We teach the fundamentals of dribbling, passing, receiving and scoring. Emphasis is on teamwork, fundamentals, safety and fast-paced action. Get your kid's pulse pounding today!
  • Intro to Hockey Ages 4-12

    Let’s learn to play hockey! We have partnered with the Forest Lake Hockey Association (FLHA) to offer this great introduction to hockey. Each week we will expand on basic skating skills in a hockey environment. Fundamental skills will be taught though stations, age appropriate drills and games with the emphasis on fun. Skaters will be split into skill levels. Everyone will work on expanding their basic skating skills while the higher level skaters will begin to incorporate hockey plays and stick handling. Volunteer coaches are needed for this program. If you are interested, please indicate when registering. Coaches must provide their own skates and helmet. Full hockey equipment is required and should include: skates, helmet with face guard, shoulder pads, elbow pads, hockey breezers, gloves, shin pads and stick. A mouth guard and protective cup are recommended. A hockey jersey and hockey socks will be provided. Participants must be able to stand up on the ice without assistance.
  • Archery - Intro Age 8-Adult

    Bullseye! Are you looking to try something new or want to enhance your archery skills? Following the National Archery in the Schools Program curriculum, you will learn about all the parts of the bow and arrow, shooting techniques and enhance your skills as a shooter. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity. Shoot straight, have fun and remember - safety first! The registration fee will be refunded after the second session if children are not strong enough to achieve full draw of the bow.
  • Tae Kwon Do Age 6-Adult

    This ancient Korean martial art began over a thousand years ago and became the world's most popular martial art and form of self-defense. Tae Kwon Do is great physical exercise involving the use of your mind, body and spirit while nationally certified instructors teach self control, courtesy, perseverance and integrity. Parents report that their children become more focused in school, increase their self-confidence and improve their social relationships. It is an excellent activity no matter what your level of athletic ability. Sun Yi's Karate Academy is currently requiring everyone to wear face masks in their facility.