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 attending ORD programs with the exception of when actively participating in athletic activities, where it will be optional. Participants must provide their own face mask.
  • All participants must provide their own water bottles (filled prior to the start of their program) Participants are prohibited from sharing water bottles.
  • Students are encouraged to bring their own hand sanitizer, however, the ORD will also provide it if needed.
  • Check-in / Check-out procedures will be on a program specific basis depending on program location.  Social distancing will be enforced.
Thank you!

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.

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

The Elementary Orchestra (strings) program is available to all 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students that would like to learn how to play the violin, viola or cello. Students learn to develop their ear (listening, evaluation, tuning), read music, develop self-discipline, poise, and self-confidence through performance, follow directions, function in a group, plan their time, and realize the joy of making music with the special sound of strings. The students perform three concerts throughout the school year. The program begins October 5 and continues through May 2021.

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.

NEW

A beginner sewing class for students where they will learn sewing vocabulary, how to make various stitches and will complete their own project.

Participants may enroll in a maximum of one class per session. Participants wishing to enroll in an additional class must wait until completion of the original class.  See Registration information page for registration dates and instructions.

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.

Class sizes and offerings have been greatly reduced to help promote social distancing and safety protocol.

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.

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.