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  • At The Core

    Some may enjoy a variety of physical activities and some may prefer to not be active at all, but we can all benefit from focusing on keeping our core healthy. The "core" refers to the muscles from the chest to mid-thigh, on the front, side and back of the body. In this short series of classes we will use body-weight movements, weights (as appropriate) and other small implements to increase strength and mobility of the core muscles. Greater strength and mobility in the back, chest, abdominal and hip muscles can help us improve balance and stability to better navigate our daily, functional movements. Variations of the movements will be offered to support a variety of needs and interests. This course is available both for in-person participation or virtual on Zoom, upon request.
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    Babies and Toddlers (Non-Seperating)

    This is an amazing time in your child's development! Time flies by so fast and before you know it your baby is on his/her way to school. Before these moments come flying by, let us walk alongside you to create these lasting memories in our child-friendly environment where your little one will explore, discover and learn alongside other friends. Our birth to two classes are designed with learning activities, movement, and play. You will discover new tools to support your child's developing mind along with other parents. *This class is a non-separating class which means we all stay together in one space* *Sibling care is not available during these classes Sliding fee scale based on income. Call 763-561-4480 Ext. 5000 for Financial Assistance our questions. Option to enroll on site.
  • CreateMPLS STEM Program

    CreateMPLS is teaming up with the Northwest Suburban School District to bring hands-on STEM programming to students at Zanewood Community a STEAM school, Montrose Elementary School of Innovation and Brooklyn Center STEAM. Working together and problem-solving are two things we all find valuable in our classrooms. CreateMPLS will incorporate social-emotional learning concepts in their teaching while using LEGO curriculum, coding programs, and science and technology principles. We would be honored to have your student join us this summer for three weeks of building, coding and learning about robotics.
  • Intro to Tiny Sports - TWILLS Sports

    Tiny Sports will be held on Tuesdays October 11th - November 1st at Brooklyn Center Elementary School! The camp is hosted by T.WILL Sports in partnership with Brooklyn Center Community Schools. Classes will be held from 2:05-2:55. Participants will be brought to the class after dismissal and families will need to pickup at 2:55 in the main entrance. Families are welcome to come watch the class but not required. THIS CLASS IS FOR CHILDREN AGES 3-5 YEARS OLD. T.WILL Sports, is getting preschool-aged kids, ages 3-5, up and moving. These high-energy sports classes provide preschool-aged boys and girls the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of basketball, soccer, t-ball, and kickball while improving their motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Dribble, pass, shoot, catch, kick! Participants will receive a colored wristband after each session. Collect all five wristband colors by attending other preschool classes. Families, an introduction class will be held on 10/4 from 5:30-615. This free class is an opportunity for parents and families to meet the TWILL team and see what the upcoming camp is all about!
  • LEAP (2022-2023)

    LEAP offers participants extra academic and exciting enrichment opportunities to enhance their learning outside of the classroom. Students will participate in a wide variety of activities in such categories as arts, music, physical activity, STEM, leadership and more! Participants will receive snack and dinner daily. Registration is accepted on a first come first serve basis. This initiative is made possible with a grant from the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) using federal 21st Century Community Learning Centers funding. Neither, MDE nor the U.S. Department of Education endorses the program or its services.
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    MEA Youth Basketball Clinic 11am-1pm

    Join the MEA Youth Basketball Clinic from 11am-1pm at Brooklyn Center Elementary School! Hosted by T.Wills Sports in partnership with Brooklyn Center Community Schools!
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    Ready, Set, Explore (Ages 3-5) (Separating)

    Parent and child class for preschool age children between the ages of 3 to 5. Join us for group activities and resources. During this time a licensed early childhood teacher or parent educator provides time for you and your child to learn and play together with circle time songs, stories, and developmentally appropriate educational activities. Your child will also have the opportunity to meet with peers and begin to form friendships. We value the act of play and we hope that you will too! We encourage you to take a unique role with your child during this time. Be playful and allow your child to initiate activities. This is a great time to be messy, sensorial, curious, and playful! Sliding fee scale based on income. Call 763-561-4480 Ext. 5000 for Financial Assistance our questions. Option to enroll on site.
  • Restorative Yoga

    Join us for live restorative yoga classes. Restorative yoga offers many benefits, such as increased circulation in the joints, healing the fascial tissue, increased flexibility and mobility, increased sense of relaxation and engagement of the parasympathetic nervous system. It is a great complement to more vigorous activities and can help to heal the body, calm the mind and increase mindfulness. Although not required, participants may want to have a blanket, firm pillow and/or yoga blocks or bolster with them. The props will help support the joints and limbs in the longer-held postures, allowing for greater relaxation and possibly healing benefits. Wear comfortable clothing. BCS campus, in the media center. Zoom link will be offered for those who would like to attend virtually.
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    SSC Day Clinic Sports Sampler

    T.WILL Sports school-aged (K-8) program is called Super Sports Club. It is a sports program geared towards teaching fundamental sports skills and increasing positive social interactions among peers. We have a staff of current and former athletes who are highly skilled at teaching/training in large groups. We create an experience that is fun and will contribute to a sense of accomplishment and self-confidence. Our goal is to leave a lasting impact on the K-8 youth participating in our programs. At the end of each session, each participant will receive a colored wristband that signifies the accomplishment. Participants are encouraged to collect all five wristband colors by attending other Super Sports Club classes. Sport Offering  Basketball  Soccer  Flag Football  Volleyball  Pickleball  Lacrosse  Kickball  Dodgeball  Floor Hockey
  • STEP Club Disney

    Come and explore the wonderful world of Disney! Scholars create art, play games, create fun snacks and so much more based on the themes some of our Disney classics and Favorites!
  • STEP I AM HER Girls Group

    I AM HER participants will learn to define their strengths, explore their sparks, and create valuable connections all while having fun!
  • STEP Super Sports Club

    Super Sports Club teaches scholars fundamental sports skills in the following sports: basketball, flag football, soccer, volleyball, kickball, and floor hockey.
  • Slow Flow Asana Yoga

    Join us in-person or on Zoom for live asana yoga classes. Asana refers to the physical practice of movements and postures to help support physical and mental wellbeing and increase mindfulness. The classes are designed to be accessible and variations of each pose are offered to help make the class inclusive to multiple needs and interests. The classes will focus on breathing techniques to support the body and the mind, and attention to anatomical alignment, to increase strength and flexibility. Are you new to this practice? Come and discover this mind-body activity and enjoy the benefits to body, brain and soul. Experienced yogis will be offered variations to the poses and sequences to access what you need for that day. Wear comfortable clothing.
  • Super Sports Club - Day Clinic

    T.WILL Sports' school-aged (K-8) kids' program is called Super Sports Club. It is a sports program geared towards teaching fundamental sports skills and increasing positive social interactions among peers. We have a staff of current and former athletes who are highly skilled at teaching/training in large groups. We create an experience that is fun and will contribute to a sense of accomplishment and self-confidence. Our goal is to leave a lasting impact on the K-8 youth participating in our programs. At the end of each session, each participant will receive a colored wristband that signifies the accomplishment. Participants are encouraged to collect all five wristband colors by attending other Super Sports Club classes. Basketball Soccer Flag Football Volleyball Pickleball Lacrosse Kickball Dodgeball Floor Hockey
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    Welcome New Baby!

    Parents with newborn-12 Weeks or Expecting Whether you have a baby on the way or a newborn, this class is designed for you. Have you ever wondered about your role as a parent or how to support your baby’s development? Join us for a free introductory discussion about all your parenting needs. These sessions are designed to answer questions, provide resources and support you on your parenting journey. Topics will include early infant development, bonding and attachment, feeding, sleep, self-care, your role as a parent, and many more.
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    Winter Break Sports Camp Session 1

    T.WILL Sports school-aged (K-8) program is called Super Sports Club. It is a sports program geared towards teaching fundamental sports skills and increasing positive social interactions among peers. We have a staff of current and former athletes who are highly skilled at teaching/training in large groups. We create an experience that is fun and will contribute to a sense of accomplishment and self-confidence. Our goal is to leave a lasting impact on the K-8 youth participating in our programs. At the end of each session, each participant will receive a colored wristband that signifies the accomplishment. Participants are encouraged to collect all five wristband colors by attending other Super Sports Club classes. Sport Offering  Basketball  Soccer  Flag Football  Volleyball  Pickleball  Lacrosse  Kickball  Dodgeball  Floor Hockey
  • Winter Break Sports Camp Session 2

    T.WILL Sports, school-aged (K-8) kids program is called Super Sports Club. It is a sports program geared towards teaching fundamental sports skills and increasing positive social interactions among peers. We have a staff of current and former athletes who are highly skilled at teaching/training in large groups. We create an experience that is fun and will contribute to a sense of accomplishment and self-confidence. Our goal is to leave a lasting impact on the K-8 youth participating in our programs. At the end of each session, each participant will receive a colored wristband that signifies the accomplishment. Participants are encouraged to collect all five wristband colors by attending other Super Sports Club classes. Sport Offering  Basketball  Soccer  Flag Football  Volleyball  Pickleball  Lacrosse  Kickball  Dodgeball  Floor Hockey
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    Zumba

    Get ready for some high-energy fun! Zumba is a high-energy and fun way to add movement to your week. Even if you have never tried Zumba, the movements and music are exciting. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes. This course is available only for in-person participation, in the Brooklyn Center Elementary STEAM School gymnasium.