Class Registration v3.0 - Template
Please note the following safety protocols must be adhered to while participating in these activities:
  • Stay home if you are feeling unwell.
  • Face masks are required  while inside all OASD properties.  Participants must provide their own face mask.
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Youth Activities

Topics covered in this class will include: Babysitting as a Business, Safety and Injury Prevention, Leadership, Play Time, Basic Caregiving Skills, First Aid and CPR information. Students will be provided with many hands on experiences during this 4 hour course and will leave with confidence knowing that he/she is ready to work.

This class is designed to teach basic kitchen know how including safety, measurements, utensils and use of small appliances.

Get your young chefs in the kitchen creating unique and edible fare!

Series of monthly workshops for those who want to take some time for themselves and create their very own craft.

Classes are designed to teach beginner dance techniques in ballet and jazz to students. Some basic baton skills will also be introduced.

Jolly Jester Children's Theater is a musical theater opportunity for children in grades 1-8.

We know our littles LOVE gym time! Now we have a program dedicated JUST for that.

Come and learn new games and activities. Focus will be on learning game/activity rules, teamwork and other physical activities you can even do at home.

Come join us for some extra special days just for the littles. Each date will be a unique theme, including active play, crafts, science, music and more.

Students will have an opportunity to learn some basic scuba skills or lean to scuba dive.

Participants may enroll in a maximum of one class per season. See Registration information page for registration dates and instructions. Participants may not register for two classes in the same session.

If you are unsure what level to register your child for, please call the ORD office and we will try to assist you. If you have taken lessons elsewhere, please provide that information in the comment box "Special Needs" so we can properly process your online registration.

If you are going to miss the first scheduled day of class, you MUST notify the ORD Office, 424-0150, prior to the first day of class or you will automatically be DROPPED from the class and replaced with someone from the waitlist.

Registrations will NOT be accepted at the pool site.

NOTE: Pool temperatures and maintenance is regulated by the high school maintenance staff, not the Oshkosh Recreation Department. The water temperature is maintained as best as possible between 78-80 degrees F. which is within state health code standards. Please keep this in mind when attending our classes.

If you have any questions or concerns, please speak with your Instructor at your lesson site or call the ORD at 424-0150.


Open to boys, girls and adults. Participants will learn discipline, respect, self-confidence and self-defense.

Come use our gym for your little ones to burn some energy! We'll provide the equipment and space.

Activities will include games, crafts, stories and special activities, but will also incorporate more physical activity, focus on health and nutrition and new themes for our lesson plans. The program is not considered pre-school however, some basic pre-school concepts are taught. All children must be potty trained and use restroom facilities independently. Parents are asked to sign up as snack provider and class helper at least twice during the session.

Students will learn basic tumbling and physical coordination activities using a variety of equipment. Development of large motor skills such as running, jumping, leaping and hopping will also be emphasized.

We are committed to providing you and your child a positive youth sports experience that will hopefully develop a passion and a lifelong enjoyment of the game . We are firm believers that family balance is essential to building strong youth in our community and by following a core set of values, we are confident that your child will be asking you for more.

Our leagues will be about skill development, building confidence, friendships and teamwork. 9 out of 10 kids say having fun is their #1 reason to play sports, not winning, and we will follow this model from day 1. Your child can expect to have one scheduled practice per week, and we will strive to have consistent games times and locations so you know what to expect. At no time will your child be expected to travel out of the Oshkosh Area School District.