Featured Classes:

Lacrosse - Youth & Middle School (Grades 3-8)

Join Saline Youth Lacrosse with spring! The lacrosse program plans to field teams at the 3/4th grade level and 5/6th grade level. Each team will play a regular season of about 10-12 games with entry into two tournaments. They will practice on a regular basis starting in late March in ending in early June. Practice and game schedule TBD. ***Times and locations subject to change after first week.

*If you do not have a uniform (grades 5-8 only), please respond to sizing questions during registration. New uniforms are subject to an additional charge. 

PARENT MEETING: Thursday March 8, 6-7 pm. Liberty School Media Center

Middle School/Youth Boys Lacrosse (Grades 3-8)

Let's Code It

Learn to #code with Afterschool Enrichment Solutions! Both new and returning participants are welcome. This course will immerse students in the world of computer programming. Your child will have the opportunity to design games, explore animation, and combine music and art with coding. This class uses the block-based programming system Scratch, which was developed by the MIT Media Lab to teach programming concepts. Topics covered include event handling, coordinates, conditional statements, user interface design, variables, logic statements, and synchronization. In addition to teaching programming skills, this course will also nurture students’ creativity and problem-solving skills. No previous experience is necessary, just a desire to learn and have gigabytes of fun! Each participant will receive an award on the last day of the session, and will have the opportunity to earn Code Belts by demonstrating their learned skills! Winter class: Let’s Code It- Kool Katz, Spring class: Let’s Code It- Video Game Design 

Let's Code It

Sixth Grade Track
Sixth grade track is for those students who may be interested in running track at the middle school and high school levels, or who simply want to learn more about the sport in a positive team environment. This program will allow sixth graders to participate in several track meets, learn about the various events, and improve their current fitness level. Emphasis will also be placed on goal setting and proper training.

Sixth Grade Track

Heritage Track and Field
Heritage Track & Field is a dynamic six week program designed for 4th and 5th graders to have an opportunity to learn the basics of track and field events.  Athletes will learn skills such as long jump, hurdles, distance and sprint running.   Emphasis is also placed on goal setting and improvement of fitness.

Heritage Track and Field

Let's Build It

Winter: Let’s Build It Robotics – Gears and Gizmos! Design and build your own robots! Your child will explore the field of robotics through a series of exciting and dynamic lessons. Students will learn about mechanical engineering as they construct and use robots to complete tasks and engage in competitions. A variety of topics will be covered including gear ratios, electricity, rotation, friction, force, transmitters and LEDs. This course gives students the opportunity to experience the captivating world of robotics in an inviting and fun environment. No previous experience is necessary; both new and returning participants are welcome! Each participant will receive an award on the last day of the session, and will have the opportunity to earn Energy Belts by demonstrating their learned skills. 

Spring: Let’s Build It – Exciting Electronics! is an exhilarating, cutting-edge area of engineering. In this unit, students will design, build, and test various circuits and electronic projects. Instructors will guide students through core concepts of electrical engineering, introducing them to circuits and electrical components. Students will use hands-on projects and experiments to explore how electricity is part of our daily lives. No previous experience is necessary, just a desire to learn and build. Each student will receive an award on the last day of the session, as well as the opportunity to earn engineering belts to demonstrate their learned skills! 


Let's Build It

Young Rembrandts: "The Power of Drawing"

This winter, learning to draw comes with a bunch of fun! First, “Let’s Look at Color!” as we learn how the power of color can be used to emphasize elements, mood, composition and content in our artwork. Then, “Let’s Look at Style!” - from realistic to abstract - as we use our core elements to interpret a unique way of visual expression. “Let’s Look at Technique!” as students learn about the power of working with a medium to get many different effects from important skill sets. “Let’s Look at Line!” - from organic to geometric, the power of line can help us to turn shape into form, and create pattern and texture. This session, we will be rendering a “pop art dog”, a fantastical unicorn, a humanoid robot, and a soccer player as we have tons of fun experiencing the “Power of Drawing!”

Click here to see a video about the value of drawing and the philosophy of the Power of Drawing program: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhcCtfDznm0

Young Rembrandts: "The Power of Drawing"

Family Dog Training Fundamentals

This class will teach you how to have a dog you’ll love to live with! Lessons will focus on using force-free methods to train your dog. You will learn the basics of positive reinforcement training to teach your dog to: sit/lie down, greet people politely, come when called, wait at doorways, walk nicely on leash, go to their bed or crate and remain there calmly. Instruction will include discussion of dog behavior and preventing common problems like counter surfing, nuisance barking, inappropriate chewing and digging. This class is intended for dogs/puppies ten weeks of age and older. All dogs that attend must be comfortable around people and other dogs. The first week of class is orientation for humans only. 

Ages 14+

Family Dog Training Fundamentals

Driver Education Segment 1

  Guidelines and requirements:

  • Students must be 14 years and 8 months old before the first day of class.  ClickHere to view Minimum Age Verification Tables.
  • In addition to normal classroom lecture and discussion, weekly written assignments and quizzes will be given evaluating each student's progress. A certificate of completion will be given at the end of the course.
  • Actual on-road driving time will consist of six hours in order to meet the state certification guidelines.
  • Attendance: State law requires 24 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel instruction. *Anything less than 24 hours will result in the student being dropped from the program.

 Please review the following questions.

1.  Does the student require any special accommodations to participate in the classroom phase (i.e. test being read to him/her, an interpreter, seating arrangements, etc.)?

2.  Does the student require any special accommodations to participate in the behind-the-wheel phase (adaptive devices, an interpreter, etc.)?

3.  Is the student taking any medications that may affect his/her ability to drive a motor vehicle safely?

4.  Are there any medical conditions that would pose a concern with the student's behind-the-wheel instruction (i.e., epilepsy, asthma, color blindness, hearing loss, etc)?

5.  Is the student's visual acuity at least 20/40 corrected?

6.  In the last six months, has the student had a fainting spell, blackout, seizure, or other uncontrolled loss of consciousness?

7.  In the last six months, has the student had a physical or mental condition which could affect his/her ability to drive a motor vehicle safely?

If the answer is yes to any of the questions 1 through 4, please contact Community Education to explain.  If the answer to question 5 is no or either of questions 6 or 7 is yes, then the parent/guardian must provide a letter signed by the student's physician indicating that the condition has been corrected and/or is under control, and the student meets the physical and mental requirements for a motor vehicle operator's license under Section 309 of the Michigan Vehicle Code, 1949 PA 300, MCL 257.309.

By registering for this class, you understand the requirements outlined in the class description and certify that the student meets the physical and mental requirements to participate in this class to the best of your knowledge.

It is required by the State of Michigan that the class size does not exceed 36 students. Register NOW!

Driver Education Segment 1

After School Volleyball

Does your child have an interest in playing volleyball or want to learn more about the game?

Then join experienced O3 Volleyball Coaches as they work with players on building basic techniques of volleyball skills such as bumping, setting, spiking, blocking and serving. Participants learn teamwork, in-game rules and strategies.

All skill levels welcome. New players focus on the fundamentals while repeat students advance their sk
ills through practice and repetition.

After School Volleyball
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