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  • Ice Skating Show

    Skaters of all levels are encouraged to sign up for our annual ice skating show. Skaters will spend five practices learning a routine that they will perform during our ice show on March 29th. Please account for an additional costume fee of $30 since it is not included in the cost of registration. Show practices are run adjacent to group lessons which means that you can sign up for both group lessons and the ice show. Please make sure that you do not pick conflicting times. The Ice Skating Show is, March 29 from 12-2pm at the Forest Lake Sportscenter. Specific description for Seniors/Solos: Skaters in Levels 9 & 10 are eligible for solos. Please contact Lacie or Ellie to express interest. The senior program is for skaters who are graduating high school this year. Please account for an additional costume fee of $30 since it is not included in the cost of registration.
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  • Skating Lessons Level 10 & up

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: 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 be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 10 and Up skaters must have passed Level 9. Level 10 Skills: Encompasses skills from all levels and focuses on advanced jumps, spins and footwork Important Dates: Winter Session A: Jan 4 - Feb 22 Deadline: Jan 3 Winter Session D: Feb 29 - Mar 28 Deadline: Feb 28 Field house Rink dates: Feb 22
  • {YEL!} Junior Basketball Grades K-3

    Fundamentals and fun are in store! Emphasis is placed on developing the basic skills of dribbling, shooting, passing, sportsmanship and teamwork. We use engaging and dynamic games to support students’ growth including our unique three-on-three style game. This is a high-octane class with an inclusive atmosphere. Hurry, the shot-clock is running down!
  • Archery - Intro Grades 3-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, techniques of shooting and enhance your skills as a shooter. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity. Shoot straight, have fun and remember - safety first!
  • Skating Lessons Level 1 Ages 3-5

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: 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 be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Skills: Proper way to fall down and get up, marching in a standing position and marching while moving. Important Dates: Winter Session A, B & C: Jan 4 - Feb 22 Deadline: Jan 3 Winter Session D, E & F: Feb 29 - Mar 28 Deadline: Feb 28 Field house Rink dates: Feb 22
  • Skating Lessons Level 4

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: 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 be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 4 skaters must have passed Level 3 OR beginning skaters ages 6 and up. Level 4 Skills: One-foot glide (left & right), forward swizzles, backwards swizzles, backwards wiggles. Important Dates: Winter Session A, B & C: Jan 4 - Feb 22 Deadline: Jan 3 Winter Session D, E & F: Feb 29 - Mar 28 Deadline: Feb 28 Field house Rink dates: Feb 22
  • Skating Lessons Level 5

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: 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 be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 5 skaters must of passed Level 4. Level 5 Skills: Forward stroking, forward crossovers Left &Right, snowplow stop, backward one-foot glide. Important Dates: Winter Session A: Jan 4 - Feb 22 Deadline: Jan 3 Winter Session D: Feb 29 - Mar 28 Deadline: Feb 28 Field house Rink dates: Feb 22
  • Skating Lessons Level 6

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: 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 be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 6 skaters must have passed Level 5. Level 6 Skills: Backward crossovers left & right, t-stops left & right, backward stroking Important Dates: Winter Session A : Jan 4 - Feb 22 Deadline: Jan 3 Winter Session D : Feb 29 - Mar 28 Deadline: Feb 28 Field house Rink dates: Feb 22
  • Skating Lessons Level 7

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: 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 be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 7 skaters must have passed Level 6. Level 7 Skills: Outside 3-Turns left & right, Mohawk Step left & right, Hockey Stop Important Dates: Winter Session A: Jan 4 - Feb 22 Deadline: Jan 3 Winter Session D: Feb 29 - Mar 28 Deadline: Feb 28 Field house Rink dates: Feb 22
  • Skating Lessons Level 8

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: 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 be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 8 skaters must have passed Level 7. Level 8 Skills: Inside 3-turns left & right, forward edges (forward outside edges and forward inside edges), Shoot-The-Duck or Lunge, Bunny Hop. Important Dates: Winter Session A: Jan 4 - Feb 22 Deadline: Jan 3 Winter Session D: Feb 29 - Mar 28 Deadline: Feb 28 Field house Rink dates: Feb 22
  • Skating Lessons Level 3

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: 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 be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 3 skaters must of passed Level 2. Level 3 Skills: Single swizzle, dip, t-pushes on left & right, beginning backward wiggles. Important Dates: Winter Session A, B & C: Jan 4 - Feb 22 Deadline: Jan 3 Winter Session D, E & F: Feb 29 - Mar 28 Deadline: Feb 28 Field house Rink dates: Feb 22
  • Skating Lessons Level 2

    Let’s learn to ice skate! We offer lessons for everyone. If you are looking to play hockey, figure skate or just skate for fun, our lessons will be the perfect fit. We teach the basics of ice skating, focusing on fundamentals and having fun. Skaters are grouped by their skating ability/level. Our skater to coach ratio is 12 to 1 per class. Please note: 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 be dressed for the cold. We recommend mittens, hats and comfortable, easy to move in clothing. All skaters ages 6 and under must have a helmet on (bike or hockey helmets are fine). We recommend having the younger skaters wear snow pants as it keeps them warm and dry. Skaters must provide their own skates. Rental skates are available at the Forest Lake Cycle and Skate located at the Forest Lake Sports Center for an additional cost. Level 2 skaters must have passed Level 1. Level 2 Skills: Two-foot glide, v-position holds (toes/heels), push & glide stroking, two-foot hop Important Dates: Winter Session A, B & C: Jan 4 - Feb 22 Deadline: Jan 3 Winter Session D, E & F: Feb 29 - Mar 28 Deadline: Feb 28 Field house Rink dates: Feb 22
  • {YEL!} Basketball - March Madness Grades K-3

    March Madness is here! Time for some round-ball! Take your skills to the next level in this fun, fast-paced session of Junior Basketball. Fundamentals and fun are in store. Emphasis is placed on basic skills development of dribbling, shooting, passing, sportsmanship and teamwork. We then use engaging and dynamic games to cement students’ growth including a unique three-on-three style game. This is a high-octane class with an inclusive atmosphere. Hurry, the shot clock is running down!
  • Fencing Ages 6-Adult

    Fencing is a vigorous sport that develops stamina, quick reactions, speed, accuracy of movement and excellent coordination. Classes begin with warm-up exercises followed by games, footwork and drills in a fun, enjoyable atmosphere. Through strategic bouting, students will learn fencing strategies that require problem solving skills. Fencers also build confidence and develop their analytical skills by learning and practicing how to referee bouts. Students are fully protected with a mask, jacket and gloves. All equipment is provided including safety jackets and masks. Students should wear long athletic pants, a t-shirt, athletic shoes and bring a bottle of water.
  • Baseball League Boys Grade 2 Coach Pitch

    Baseball can build coordination, help to keep kids active and improve their skills while they have fun with their friends. Home team will provide a parent volunteer umpire. Volunteer coaches will contact their team members after the coaches meeting to notify families of their practice schedule. Fee includes a hat and a t-shirt. Players must bring age appropriate baseball glove and water. Children must be registered for their current grade; no playing up. Games will be played at various athletic fields within the Forest Lake Area School District. Please ensure that your child’s special needs and health information is accurate and up to date in Eleyo by logging into your Eleyo profile at https://forestlake.ce.eleyo.com/. If you require assistance, please contact: Aimee Martens at (651) 982-8392. Register by current grade and elementary school you wish to play with: Example: 1570-SP20FV is Forest View. Friend Requests – We will do our best to honor one friend request per player, both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be honored. For team availability after March 1, call (651) 982-8392. Important dates and times: Fee Increase: Registrations after March 1 will increase from $99 to $119 Random Draw: Mar 19 6pm Ed Center 124 Coaches Meeting: Apr 7 6pm FLAMS Cafeteria Picture Day: May 2 8am-12pm Schumacher Field (if raining, Ed Center Gym) Game Dates and Times: April 30-July 9 6:15pm
  • Baseball League Boys Grade 4

    Baseball can build coordination, help to keep kids active and improve their skills while they have fun with their friends. Community Education will provide officials. Volunteer coaches are needed for this program. Volunteer coaches will contact their team members after the coaches meeting to notify families of their practice schedule. Fee includes a hat and a t-shirt. Players must bring age appropriate baseball glove and water. Children must be registered for their current grade; no playing up. Games will be played at various athletic fields within the Forest Lake Area School District. Please ensure that your child’s special needs and health information is accurate and up to date in Eleyo by logging into your Eleyo profile at https://forestlake.ce.eleyo.com/. If you require assistance, please contact: Aimee Martens at (651) 982-8392. Register by current grade and elementary school you wish to play with: Example: 1570-SP20FL is Forest Lake. Friend Requests – We will do our best to honor one friend request per player, both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be honored. For team availability after March 1, call (651) 982-8392. Important dates and times: Fee Increase: Registrations after March 1 will increase from $99 to $119 Random Draw: Mar 19 6pm Ed Center 124 Coaches Meeting: Apr 7 6pm FLAMS Cafeteria Picture Day: May 2 8am-12pm Schumacher Field (if raining, Ed Center Gym) Game Dates and Times: Apr 27 - July 9 6:15pm
  • Track & Field Grades 4-6

    Students will have the opportunity to try out different track and field events and then choose the ones they enjoy the most to showcase their skills in a special track and field meet! The fee includes a Track & Field t-shirt, coaching and the track meet. The meet will be held on Monday, May 18 from 4 pm to approximately 7 pm at the Forest Lake Area High School Athletic Field near the south parking lot. Parents are responsible for transportation to and from the meet. No refunds will be given for weather related cancellations. No rain date. Section 4660-SP20G is for St. Peter's and practices will be held at Forest Lake Elementary.
  • Baseball League Boys Grades 5-6

    Baseball can build coordination, help to keep kids active and improve their skills while they have fun with their friends. Community Education will provide officials. Volunteer coaches are needed for this program. Volunteer coaches will contact their team members after the coaches meeting to notify families of their practice schedule. Fee includes a hat and a t-shirt. Players must bring age appropriate baseball glove and water. Children must be registered for their current grade; no playing up. Games will be played at various athletic fields within the Forest Lake Area School District. Please ensure that your child’s special needs and health information is accurate and up to date in Eleyo by logging into your Eleyo profile at https://forestlake.ce.eleyo.com/. If you require assistance, please contact: Aimee Martens at (651) 982-8392. Register by current grade and elementary school you wish to play with: Example: 1570-SP20FL is Forest Lake. Friend Requests – We will do our best to honor one friend request per player, both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be honored. For team availability after March 1, call (651) 982-8392. Important dates and times: Fee Increase: Registrations after March 1 will increase from $99 to $119 Random Draw: Mar 19 6pm Ed Center 124 Coaches Meeting: Apr 7 6pm FLAMS Cafeteria Picture Day: May 2 8am-12pm Schumacher Field (if raining, Ed Center Gym) Game Dates and Times: Apr 27 - July 9 6:15pm
  • Baseball League Boys Grade 1 Modified Coach Pitch

    Baseball can build coordination, help to keep kids active and improve their skills while they have fun with their friends. Players in grade one will play modified coach pitch and receive a set number of pitches from the coach to put the ball in play. If they don't put the ball in play, they will be given one additional hit from a tee. Home team will provide a parent volunteer umpire. Volunteer coaches will contact their team members after the coaches meeting to notify families of their practice schedule. Fee includes a hat and a t-shirt. Players must bring age appropriate baseball glove and water. Children must be registered for their current grade; no playing up. Games will be played at various athletic fields within the Forest Lake Area School District. Please ensure that your child’s special needs and health information is accurate and up to date in Eleyo by logging into your Eleyo profile at https://forestlake.ce.eleyo.com/. If you require assistance, please contact: Aimee Martens at (651) 982-8392. Register by current grade and elementary school you wish to play with: Example: 1570-SP20FV is Forest View. Friend Requests – We will do our best to honor one friend request per player, both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be honored. For team availability after March 1, call (651) 982-8392. Important dates and times: Fee Increase: Registrations after March 1 will increase from $99 to $119 Random Draw: Mar 19 6pm Ed Center 124 Coaches Meeting: Apr 7 6pm FLAMS Cafeteria Picture Day: May 2 8am-12pm Schumacher Field (if raining, Ed Center Gym) Game Dates and Times: April 30-July 9 6:15pm
  • Baseball League Boys Age 5 Kindergarten T-Ball

    Baseball can build coordination, help to keep kids active and improve their skills while they have fun with their friends. Home team provides a parent volunteer umpire. Volunteer coaches are needed for this program. Volunteer coaches will contact their team members after the coaches meeting to notify families of their practice schedule. Fee includes a hat and a t-shirt. Players must bring age appropriate baseball glove and water. Children must be registered for their current grade; no playing up. Your child must be five years old by June 30 to register, no exceptions. If your child is playing as a five year old and not in kindergarten this year, they would play in the same division again next year as a kindergartner. Games will be played at various athletic fields within the Forest Lake Area School District. Please ensure that your child’s special needs and health information is accurate and up to date in Eleyo by logging into your Eleyo profile at https://forestlake.ce.eleyo.com/. If you require assistance, please contact: Aimee Martens at (651) 982-8392. Register by current grade and elementary school you wish to play with: Example: 1570-SP20FV is Forest View. Friend Requests – We will do our best to honor one friend request per player, both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be honored. For team availability after March 1, call (651) 982-8392. Important dates and times: Random Draw: Mar 19 6pm Ed Center 124 Coaches Meeting: Apr 7 6pm FLAMS Cafeteria Picture Day: May 2 8am-12pm Schumacher Field (if raining, Ed Center Gym) Game Dates and Times: April 30-July 9 6:15pm
  • Baseball League Boys Grade 3

    Baseball can build coordination, help to keep kids active and improve their skills while they have fun with their friends. Home team will provide a parent volunteer umpire. Volunteer coaches will contact their team members after the coaches meeting to notify families of their practice schedule. Fee includes a hat and a t-shirt. Players must bring age appropriate baseball glove and water. Children must be registered for their current grade; no playing up. Games will be played at various athletic fields within the Forest Lake Area School District. Please ensure that your child’s special needs and health information is accurate and up to date in Eleyo by logging into your Eleyo profile at https://forestlake.ce.eleyo.com/. If you require assistance, please contact: Aimee Martens at (651) 982-8392. Register by current grade and elementary school you wish to play with: Example: 1570-SP20FV is Forest View. Friend Requests – We will do our best to honor one friend request per player, both players must have each other listed for the friend request to be honored. For team availability after March 1, call (651) 982-8392. Important dates and times: Fee Increase: Registrations after March 1 will increase from $99 to $119 Random Draw: Mar 19 6pm Ed Center 124 Coaches Meeting: Apr 7 6pm FLAMS Cafeteria Picture Day: May 2 8am-12pm Schumacher Field (if raining, Ed Center Gym) Game Dates and Times: Apr 27-July 9 6:15pm
  • {YEL!} Track & Field Decathlon Grades 1-4

    Javelin, discus, shot put, long jump, relay race, hurdles and much more. This high-octane decathlon class is designed for beginners and experienced track and field athletes. Safety is our first priority. We use foam padded javelins and hurdles as well as lightweight safety shot put and discus materials. Get pumped and primed to get your face on the next Wheaties® box.