From hitting fitness goals to learning new skills and crafts, Johnston Community Education provides a variety of Adult classes for all ages and all interests.
Learn to swim, take to the diving boards, prepare for the Blaze Swim Club, or enroll in a lifeguard training course. Johnston Aquatics has classes for students of all ages and interests. Aqua Aerobic courses offered for adults.
The Johnston Early Learning Academy offers programs for 2-, 3-, and 4-year-olds preparing for elementary education.
Before/after school and no school day care during the school year for JCSD students in grades DK-5. Summer full day care during the summer for all students in grades DK-7.
From Mad Science to youth basketball and so much, Johnston youth are invited to participate in one our Community Education's numerous programs.
Cook, craft, quilt - the Adult Course options are endless. Classes are available to local adults of all ages (unless otherwise specified).
Hit the gym or learn a new sport - either way, Adult Recreation leads to improved fitness, health, and character. Classes are open to local adults of all ages (unless otherwise specified).
Johnston Early Learning Academy 2-year-old program. 2-Year-Old Preschool is a fun and lively time to help kids develop skills and abilities through age- appropriate learning with activities, stories, songs, snacks and centers of choice exploratory time.
Johnston Early Learning Academy 3-year-old program.
Johnston Early Learning Academy 4-year-old program.
Various active and enriching course options for ages 0-5. Several classes include parent participation.
Enrichment opportunities for Summit After School (SAS) students. Classes usually take place on Wednesdays.
Sport and activity opportunities for Summit After School (SAS) students.
Various youth camp opportunities, typically taking place in the summer, for those wishing to immerse themselves in a sport or activity they love.
Mold clay, solve science experiments, learn circus acts and more. These enriching youth courses provide more options than you can imagine - we dare you to try them all!
Learn martial arts, perfect basketball skills, and more with youth recreation. Activities can vary depending on season.
In FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Explore, students focus on the fundamentals of LEGO engineering as they explore real-world problems, learn and design basic code, and create unique solutions made with LEGO bricks and powered by LEGO Education WeDo 2.0. Teams of up to 6 students, led by parent-volunteer coaches, will meet 1 day each week for up to 1 hour. During these team "practices", teams will work together to develop a solution and model related to the current season's theme. This year's theme is "Masterpiece". Students will imagine and innovate new ways to create and communicate art across the globe. The season culminates with an FLL Explore Expo where each team will present their unique solution, model and learning.
This program is dependent on parent-volunteers to operate. Rosters are limited to 6 students. That means we need to identify a Head Coach and ideally 2 Assistant Coaches for every six students. A MINIMUM of 2 adults (Coach + Assistant Coach) are required to be on-site to safely supervise each practice. No LEGO or robotics experience is necessary. FLL and Community Education will provide all of the materials and support necessary to guide teams through each practice. With small rosters - all parents should consider how they can volunteer to support the team.
No Class Nov 7 & Nov 21
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