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click here to view BFKC - Ben Franklin Kids Club details

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Kids Club 2020-2021 Before and After School Programs

Please note, there has been a change in the Registration Process.

You must register for AM & PM care separately.

 

For your Child's safety, we require a two-business day notice when registering

 

Registration

·       Annual Non-Refundable Registration Fee: $45/Single; $55/Family

·       IMPORTANT Deadline: August 21, 2020**

o   To obtain a spot in the Kids Club program, children will need to be registered by August 21, 2020**. To ensure the appropriate staff to child ratio, registrations after August 21st will be placed on a waitlist. Once it is determined that the proper number of staff are hired and trained, we will begin taking names off the waiting lists. This process may begin the week of September 14th**.

·       Register online at www.franklin.k12.wi.us, under Community>Community Education & Recreation Dept.> Kids Club. Please note: For all registrations a 48-business hour waiting period is needed to begin the Kids Club program.

·       All Community Education and Recreation Department past due balances must be paid in full for the Kids Club registration to be completed.  Kids Club Information - Click Here For Additional information please view the Kids Club website or call 414-423-4646.

 

Kids Club Information - Click Here  

 

For Additional information please view the Kids Club website or call 414-423-4646.

 

click here to view CDKC - Country Dale Kids Club details

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Kids Club 2020-2021 Before and After School Programs

Please note, there has been a change in the Registration Process.

You must register for AM & PM care separately.

 

For your Child's safety, we require a two-business day notice when registering

 

Registration

·       Annual Non-Refundable Registration Fee: $45/Single; $55/Family

·       Early Bird Registration: May 1-29 (Save $10 off the Annual Registration Fee)

·       IMPORTANT Deadline: August 21, 2020**

o   To obtain a spot in the Kids Club program, children will need to be registered by August 21, 2020**. To ensure the appropriate staff to child ratio, registrations after August 21st will be placed on a waitlist. Once it is determined that the proper number of staff are hired and trained, we will begin taking names off the waiting lists. This process may begin the week of September 14th**.

·       Register online at www.franklin.k12.wi.us, under Community>Community Education & Recreation Dept.> Kids Club. Please note: For all registrations a 48-business hour waiting period is needed to begin the Kids Club program.

·       All Community Education and Recreation Department past due balances must be paid in full for the Kids Club registration to be completed.  Kids Club Information - Click Here For Additional information please view the Kids Club website or call 414-423-4646.

 

Kids Club Information - Click Here  

 

For Additional information please view the Kids Club website or call 414-423-4646.

 

click here to view CEAC241 - Mixed Media details

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  • $55

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In this class we will explore the effects achieved when applying India ink or pastels over watercolor. No prior art skills are required, you will also learn how to apply watercolor if you are a novice.  

 

Supplies needed:

 

140# cold pressed watercolor paper (pad, block or sheets)

board (for mounting if not in a block),

masking tape,

water container,

paper towel,

bath sized towel,

palette (foam or white plastic plate will do),

watercolor paints (basic set would be fine),

brushes (round #6, 1/4' flat, 1-1/2 - 2' Haki or similar inexpensive brush for larger washes, plus any other you would want),

India ink and nibs (or marker equivalent),

pastel pencil set.

 

Please note: I will have paint, brushes and pastels for use during class to supplement your supplies.

 

click here to view CEC139 - Intro to Microsoft Office details

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  • $18

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Introduction to the capabilities of Microsoft Office including programs such as Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher and more. You will learn how to create and manage Word documents, organize information in tables, perform calculations on data, create graphs and charts and organize your email inbox.

click here to view CEC187 - Microsoft PowerPoint details

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  • $18

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Learn how to use Microsoft Powerpoint to build slideshows for presentations, pictures and family vacation recaps.You will learn hands on basics of how to create slides, add text and photographs and introduce transitions.

click here to view CEC215 - Microsoft Excel 2016, Level 1 details

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  • $36

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In this course participants will be given an overview of the different features of Microsoft Excel 2016. Participants will learn to use Microsoft Excel to produce professional-looking spreadsheets. Specific lessons will include modifying & formatting cells, using simple formulas, sorting and filtering data, and creating charts.


After these intro lessons participants will have the choice between other Excel applications that they want to learn more about like: Functions, Autofill, Relative and Absolute Referencing, and/or Conditional Formatting.

click here to view CEC216 - Microsoft Excel 2016, Level 2 details

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  • $36

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In this course participants will continue to learn about ways to produce professional-looking spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel 2016. We will go deeper with excel than what the Excel Level 1 course offers. A variety of Excel functions will be highlighted to expose participants to the variety of ways Excel can help with analyzing data. Specific lessons with Autofill, Absolute Referencing, Conditional Formatting, Pivot Tables and Mail Merge will also be included in the training.

click here to view CEC217 - Microsoft Word details

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  • $18

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Learn how to use Microsoft's Word processing system to write letters, notes and more. Participants will gain skills in how to set-up, write and save content on the computer.

This class is perfect for everyone from aspiring authors to to-do list makers.

click here to view CECO407 Thai One On details

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  • $26

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                                                                                               Tai One On

Back by popular demand.  This all-new class will give you a good overview of the tastes of Thai cooking.  We will learn about the ingredients, spices, cooking methods and techniques that you can do in your own kitchen.  You will taste:

  • Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce
  • Tom Kha Gai (coconut and lemongrass soup)
  • Spicy Thai Basil and Chicken Stir-fry
  • Mango on Sticky Rice

click here to view CECO408-1 Cordon Bleu-A Culinary Classic details

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                                                                               Cordon Bleu - A Culinary Classic

National Chicken Cordon Bleu Day is annually observed on April 4.  This day is all about a special dish combining chicken, ham and cheese.  The French term Cordon Bleu is translated as "Blue Ribbon".  The earliest recipe known was in a March 1964 printing of the Cincinnati Enquirer by the Cincinnati Gourmet, Stanley Demos.  Despite some misconceptions, Chicken Cordon Bleu is an American dish.  This dish is a take on the popular Veal Cordon Bleu.  Tonite you'll sample:

  • Chicken Cordon Bleu with Dijon Cream Sauce
  • Duchess Potatoes
  • Asparagus with Classic Hollandaise Sauce