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  • ACT Prep Seminar (Doorway to College)

    This five-hour seminar enables each student to prepare for the ACT College Admission Test. Participants gain valuable insight into the ACT through a close examination of each type of question. This Seminar teaches students those strategies necessary for answering specific question types and general test taking tips.It also provides suggestions for post seminar test preparation. Each participant will receive six practice tests, divided in 20-minute workouts written to ACT specifications as well as a detailed preparation study guide.
  • Art After School Club

    Instructor- Ms. Krueger Meets- MS Room 210- Art Room. Tuesdays and Thursdays starting January 7th - March 5th. 3:30-4:30pm Description- Grades 5-8. Art club is an open studio setting that allows for creativity to be used in a variety of ways. Come with ideas or questions and we can try to make them happen. The artwork is directed by the participants and Ms. Krueger is there is help as needed. Painting, drawing, digital art, animation, and more are just some of the things we can do in art club.
  • Babysitter Training - (Boys and girls ages 10 and up)

    Babysitting often the first job for a young person, is a chance to earn money and develop a sense of responsibility. This course will cover appropriate games and activities, telephone common sense, basic first aid, good decision making skills and much more.There will be take home materials for all in class as well as some items for their babysitter bags. **Each student will need to bring a sack lunch and a doll to class.
  • German Language After School Club

    Instructor- Mrs. Becker Meets- MS Rm. 302. Thursdays only starting January 9th- March 5th. 3:30-4:30pm Description- Grades 5-8. Living in the most German city around, why not learn some culture and the language? Basic phrases, colors, counting, and foods will be on the tip of your tongue. Learn about German immigrants settling here, Fasching festival and the Narren. We'll make Valentine's Day cards in German and learn a song or two.
  • Kids Canvas Painting with Lori- Giraffe

    If you love giraffes, come paint this handsome guy with Lori! This painting will be on an 11x14 canvas. Bring a paint shirt or wear old clothes. You can bring a small snack if you would like.
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  • Kids Canvas Painting with Lori- Harry Potter

    Hard Potter Fans will have a magical time painting this simple version of our favorite Gryffindor!! This painting will be on an 11x14 canvas. Bring a paint shirt or wear old clothes. You can bringa small snack if you would like.
  • Kids Canvas Painting with Lori- Koala

    You can have this cute koala bear in your room if you come and paint with Lori!This painting will be on an 11x14 canvas. Bring a paint shirt or wear old clothes. You can bringa small snack if you would like.
  • Magic the Gathering After School Club

    Instructor- Mr. Wangensteen Meets- MS Lecture Theater. Thursdays only January 9th- March 5th. 3:30-4:30pm Description- Grades 5-8. Magic: The Gathering Club (MTG Club) provides a space for playing the most popular trading card game in the world! Magic: The Gathering is a game where players craft their own decks from tens-of-thousands of available cards and use those decks to fight other players in games of strategy, guile, and tactics. Build your deck around a theme (like Zombies, Dragons, Vampires, or Elves) or build a deck to be as streamlined and competitive as possible to challenge your opponents and have a chance at a club tournament championship! MTG Club does not require cards to join, though, as there are several club decks available for new players (or old players looking for something different). New players can also look forward to learning the game from scratch -- no prior knowledge required! Dozens of students have gone from zero to hero in the past -- will you be the next?
  • Robotics After School Club

    Instructor- Mr. & Mrs. Derek & Kathryn Stone Meets- Middle School FabLab. Tuesdays and Thursdays starting January 7th- March 5th. 3:30-4:30pm Description- Grade 5-8. This winter, your child will learn and work with the LEGO Mindstorm to create some neat robots, program them, test them, and redesign them to make them better. And of course to have a lot of fun!! This club will be different from the fall session, so if you’ve signed up before, different programming and activities will be offered!
  • Ukulele After School Club

    Instructor- Ms. Kaderlik Meets- Middle School Choir Room. Thursdays only starting January 9th- March 5th. 3:30-4:30pm Description- Grades 6-8. The purpose of the New Ulm Middle School Ukulele Club is to provide students with a musically and socially enhancing experience. Musically, students will learn proper playing techniques and age appropriate repertoire while also developing an advanced musical ear. Socially, students will have opportunities to build stronger friendships with peers and also experience community outreach. This club is for students who have played the ukulele before or are currently studying it in their 6th grade general music class. Only students in 6th-8th grade will be able to participate due to it being apart of the 6th grade general music curriculum. Students may borrow a school ukulele to use for club purposes only, they will NOT be able to take the instrument home as they are used daily in classes. Students are welcome to bring their own if they already own a ukulele instrument. Students will also need their chromebooks and a set of headphones.