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Monday March 1, 2021
3:05 PM - 4:15 PM    Maine Nature Art - Sculpt & Build - Sculpt & Build (Freeport MSS)
Maine Nature will be our continued theme with animals made of papier-mâchié and clay.  We will use wood from pine trees to create a photo frame and pebbles from the beach to create a pebble art project. Each week will be a different project which includes an air dry clay project, papier-mâchié project, wood project and a pebble art project. Some recycled materials will be used.  Please send your child with clothes that can get messy and a snack and water. Child friendly music is played during class - usually Disney! Snow days will be rescheduled to the next available date.
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Basketball Academy - GBA Gr. K/1 Monday
This is a great introductory program to the game of basketball. Participants will begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing passing, shooting, and ball handling skills through fun-filled activities and drills. Classes are divided by cohort with Mondays and Tuesdays open to kindergarten and first graders, and Wednesdays and Thursdays open to first and second graders.Participants will wear a mask at all times and sanitize their hands often.This program was rescheduled from its original November/December dates.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Fundamentals of Chess - Open Chess / DCS Late Winter
Have you ever wanted to learn how to play chess?  Do you play and want to enjoy a little competition each week?  Join the group of OPEN CHESS.  Ciprian Marinut, our Recreation Programs Assistant, will be running this program for 6 weeks.  Join in the fun and show us your best strategies.
 
Tuesday March 2, 2021
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Basketball Academy - GBA Gr. K/1 Tuesday
This is a great introductory program to the game of basketball. Participants will begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing passing, shooting, and ball handling skills through fun-filled activities and drills. Classes are divided by cohort with Mondays and Tuesdays open to kindergarten and first graders, and Wednesdays and Thursdays open to first and second graders.Participants will wear a mask at all times and sanitize their hands often.This program was rescheduled from its original November/December dates.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Fundamentals of Chess - Beginner Chess / MLS Late Winter
Have you ever wanted to learn how to play chess?  Do you play and want to enjoy a little competition each week?  Join the group of OPEN CHESS.  Ciprian Marinut, our Recreation Programs Assistant, will be running this program for 6 weeks.  Join in the fun and show us your best strategies.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Top Rockers Hip Hop Dance Crew - DCS Gr. K-5 Late Winter Tuesdays Dance
Join us after school to learn beginning jazz and hip hop dance moves, conditioning and improvisation.  Get ready to have fun and work hard as we move to the beat!  Age appropriate music will be used for all sessions. Please send your dancer with comfortable flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Classes are scheduled (except on Friday) so that your child can usually attend on a day he or she is in school, either in early fall OR in late fall. We would like to give preference to Cohort A on Wednesday and Friday and Cohort B on Tuesday and Thursday, but do not require you remain on your Cohort's schedule for these classes. Note that on some Fridays you will be required to transport your child to the program. All classes will begin outside the school to accommodate this, then head inside to the cafeteria. Room conflicts do not allow us to hold a fall session at MSS, but students at those schools have the option to take their regular bus to Mast Landing School.Kids coming from home should arrive outside the building to meet Kate. Students from inside the school or from buses (or coming from PES) will arrive and join the group so that class can get underway inside by 3:30. It's usually a good idea to send your child with a snack to eat during this time! Pickup will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    Mad Science - Take a Bite Out of Science - Mad Science - Mast Landing
Do you have a big appetite? If so, we invite you to “take a bite out of science” in this indulging program that will satiate your curiosity! In this sampler course children unravel the mystery of chemistry and watch crystals form in a water glass, experiment with hovercrafts, and build Technicolor Blenders to demonstrate Newton’s color wheel invention. Grab your ticket to the stars, watch stardust burn, and investigate the sky with your own pocket sky map. Walk in the shoes of a detective and examine fingerprints, mystery powders, ink samples, and teeth impressions. Get bug eyed with an Insect-A-Vision that gives you an insect’s point of view. Whether you like your science savory, spicy, or sweet, this class is sure to satisfy your curious appetite.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do for Adults Winter
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
6:00 PM - 7:15 PM    The College Search: A Guide for Families - The College Search: A Guide for Families
For many families, there’s nothing that produces more anxiety than the period of time that their high school student begins searching for colleges and applying for financial aid. Even for those who have been through the process, there are so many questions to be answered and revelations that seem to be frustratingly hidden. Sound familiar? RSU5 Community Programs is here to help! Join us in February for a three-part series The College Search: A Guide for Families. The program is led by Kristen Stevens, the Maine College and Career Access Coordinator for Cumberland County schools. With her 20-plus years in education and social work, Kristen has a wealth of knowledge and experience to help families chart a course for their college search, avoid pitfalls in the process, and reduce the confusion and anxiety that is too common for those discovering what’s next after Freeport High School. This class is aimed at parents/guardians, but we strongly encourage students to take part. In this is a three-part series, and each session will have a different topical focus:1) Getting Organized & Mapping Out a Plan2) Finding the Right Fit3) Navigating Financial AidClasses will be presented to a small in-person audience, but live-streamed to any/all interested participants (you'll be able to indicate your preference at registration). Questions for our instructors may be submitted ahead of each class, and class materials will be distributed prior to the first session. We look forward to seeing you!
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Fly Tying for Beginners - Fly Tying for Beginners
This is a class designed to teach students the basic skills and techniques needed for discovering the exciting world of fly tying. There is nothing more gratifying than catching a fish on a fly you hand tied. All equipment and materials will be provided for your use.  Students are also encouraged to bring any of their own vices and tools if they have them.
 
Wednesday March 3, 2021
7:50 AM - 8:35 AM    Introduction to German - Introduction to German Winter (Cohort A)
Your kids will be amazed by how much German they know already: auto, bus, ball, and gesundheit are all German words.  In our morning classes, we will not only discover more about the German language, but also German culture.  Where is Germany on a map? How do German kids live? What is the school day like? What sports do they play? What do we all have in common? What is different? In a fun, interactive setting, we will discover Germany and the world together.  Bis bald!
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    FMS Basketball
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Basketball Academy - GBA Gr. 1/2 Wednesday
This is a great introductory program to the game of basketball. Participants will begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing passing, shooting, and ball handling skills through fun-filled activities and drills. Classes are divided by cohort with Mondays and Tuesdays open to kindergarten and first graders, and Wednesdays and Thursdays open to first and second graders.Participants will wear a mask at all times and sanitize their hands often.This program was rescheduled from its original November/December dates.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Fundamentals of Chess - Advanced Chess / MLS Late Winter
Have you ever wanted to learn how to play chess?  Do you play and want to enjoy a little competition each week?  Join the group of OPEN CHESS.  Ciprian Marinut, our Recreation Programs Assistant, will be running this program for 6 weeks.  Join in the fun and show us your best strategies.
 
Thursday March 4, 2021
7:50 AM - 8:35 AM    Introduction to German - Introduction to German Winter (Cohort B)
Your kids will be amazed by how much German they know already: auto, bus, ball, and gesundheit are all German words.  In our morning classes, we will not only discover more about the German language, but also German culture.  Where is Germany on a map? How do German kids live? What is the school day like? What sports do they play? What do we all have in common? What is different? In a fun, interactive setting, we will discover Germany and the world together.  Bis bald!
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Basketball Academy - GBA Gr. 1/2 Thursday
This is a great introductory program to the game of basketball. Participants will begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing passing, shooting, and ball handling skills through fun-filled activities and drills. Classes are divided by cohort with Mondays and Tuesdays open to kindergarten and first graders, and Wednesdays and Thursdays open to first and second graders.Participants will wear a mask at all times and sanitize their hands often.This program was rescheduled from its original November/December dates.
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do Dragons Youth Winter
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Registered Maine Guide Training - Registered Maine Guide Training
In this blended learning class, you will have an online textbook and live weekly online sessions. Focus is on learning how to guide and therefore learn or enhance what skills and knowledge that you bring to the course. You will be taught how to be a working Registered Maine Guide for the specialties of Recreation, Fishing, Hunting, Sea Kayaking, or Tidewater Fishing. You must choose only one specialty to focus your efforts on to test with Maine Inland Fisheries and Wildlife.  There will be 10 three-hour online classes, 5 mini online classes, at least 35 hours of homework, and at least two optional but highly suggested - separate-fee all day skills workshops. Course will not include the following also needed to test to become a Registered Maine Guide: $55 fingerprint background check, First Aid and CPR certificate, and $100/specialty IF&W test application fee.  Students need access to a computer/tablet with audio and video capabilities, a printer, and will need to have a 2 degree baseplate compass.
 
Friday March 5, 2021
2:45 PM - 7:00 PM    FMS Basketball
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Basketball Academy - GBA Gr. K/1 Monday
This is a great introductory program to the game of basketball. Participants will begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing passing, shooting, and ball handling skills through fun-filled activities and drills. Classes are divided by cohort with Mondays and Tuesdays open to kindergarten and first graders, and Wednesdays and Thursdays open to first and second graders.Participants will wear a mask at all times and sanitize their hands often.This program was rescheduled from its original November/December dates.
 
3:25 PM - 4:25 PM    Top Rockers Hip Hop Dance Crew - MLS Gr. K-5 Late Winter Fridays Dance
Join us after school to learn beginning jazz and hip hop dance moves, conditioning and improvisation.  Get ready to have fun and work hard as we move to the beat!  Age appropriate music will be used for all sessions. Please send your dancer with comfortable flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Classes are scheduled (except on Friday) so that your child can usually attend on a day he or she is in school, either in early fall OR in late fall. We would like to give preference to Cohort A on Wednesday and Friday and Cohort B on Tuesday and Thursday, but do not require you remain on your Cohort's schedule for these classes. Note that on some Fridays you will be required to transport your child to the program. All classes will begin outside the school to accommodate this, then head inside to the cafeteria. Room conflicts do not allow us to hold a fall session at MSS, but students at those schools have the option to take their regular bus to Mast Landing School.Kids coming from home should arrive outside the building to meet Kate. Students from inside the school or from buses (or coming from PES) will arrive and join the group so that class can get underway inside by 3:30. It's usually a good idea to send your child with a snack to eat during this time! Pickup will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Tiny Tappy Toes Dance Combo - MLS Late Winter Fridays Dance
Learn basic ballet, tap and creative movement steps with instructor Kate Andreu.  Dance teaches self confidence, balance, and coordination and keeps a child's mind and body working together.  Bring a pair of socks or flexible shoes and dress shoes (for tap technique) to every class.  Ballet and tap shoes are recommended but not required.  Please send your dancer in comfortable, flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Drop-off and pick-up will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
Saturday March 6, 2021
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Basketball K-2
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - FHS Basketball K-3
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Boys Basketball 2-4
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Girls Basketball 2-4
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - FMS Girls Basketball 4-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Boys Basketball 5-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - FMS Boys Basketball 4-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Girls Basketball 5-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
Monday March 8, 2021
2:45 PM - 7:15 PM    FMS Basketball
 
3:05 PM - 4:15 PM    Maine Nature Art - Sculpt & Build - Sculpt & Build (Freeport MSS)
Maine Nature will be our continued theme with animals made of papier-mâchié and clay.  We will use wood from pine trees to create a photo frame and pebbles from the beach to create a pebble art project. Each week will be a different project which includes an air dry clay project, papier-mâchié project, wood project and a pebble art project. Some recycled materials will be used.  Please send your child with clothes that can get messy and a snack and water. Child friendly music is played during class - usually Disney! Snow days will be rescheduled to the next available date.
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Basketball Academy - GBA Gr. K/1 Monday
This is a great introductory program to the game of basketball. Participants will begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing passing, shooting, and ball handling skills through fun-filled activities and drills. Classes are divided by cohort with Mondays and Tuesdays open to kindergarten and first graders, and Wednesdays and Thursdays open to first and second graders.Participants will wear a mask at all times and sanitize their hands often.This program was rescheduled from its original November/December dates.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Fundamentals of Chess - Open Chess / DCS Late Winter
Have you ever wanted to learn how to play chess?  Do you play and want to enjoy a little competition each week?  Join the group of OPEN CHESS.  Ciprian Marinut, our Recreation Programs Assistant, will be running this program for 6 weeks.  Join in the fun and show us your best strategies.
 
Tuesday March 9, 2021
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Basketball Academy - GBA Gr. K/1 Tuesday
This is a great introductory program to the game of basketball. Participants will begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing passing, shooting, and ball handling skills through fun-filled activities and drills. Classes are divided by cohort with Mondays and Tuesdays open to kindergarten and first graders, and Wednesdays and Thursdays open to first and second graders.Participants will wear a mask at all times and sanitize their hands often.This program was rescheduled from its original November/December dates.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Fundamentals of Chess - Beginner Chess / MLS Late Winter
Have you ever wanted to learn how to play chess?  Do you play and want to enjoy a little competition each week?  Join the group of OPEN CHESS.  Ciprian Marinut, our Recreation Programs Assistant, will be running this program for 6 weeks.  Join in the fun and show us your best strategies.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Top Rockers Hip Hop Dance Crew - DCS Gr. K-5 Late Winter Tuesdays Dance
Join us after school to learn beginning jazz and hip hop dance moves, conditioning and improvisation.  Get ready to have fun and work hard as we move to the beat!  Age appropriate music will be used for all sessions. Please send your dancer with comfortable flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Classes are scheduled (except on Friday) so that your child can usually attend on a day he or she is in school, either in early fall OR in late fall. We would like to give preference to Cohort A on Wednesday and Friday and Cohort B on Tuesday and Thursday, but do not require you remain on your Cohort's schedule for these classes. Note that on some Fridays you will be required to transport your child to the program. All classes will begin outside the school to accommodate this, then head inside to the cafeteria. Room conflicts do not allow us to hold a fall session at MSS, but students at those schools have the option to take their regular bus to Mast Landing School.Kids coming from home should arrive outside the building to meet Kate. Students from inside the school or from buses (or coming from PES) will arrive and join the group so that class can get underway inside by 3:30. It's usually a good idea to send your child with a snack to eat during this time! Pickup will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
3:25 PM - 4:30 PM    Maine Nature Art - Spring - Setting Sights on Spring (Freeport MLS)
The groundhog may have said 6 more weeks of winter but we are going to think "Happy Thoughts" and look to spring.  Maine is a great place to be as we have all of the seasons.  This class will be doing a plant seed project and planting bulbs/seedlings in art created pots, Wood/Nail/String Art Project, Zen garden with a pebble monument, and an ink print.  Kids take all their projects home with them. Send Snack and Water if your kiddo needs an extra little boost in the afternoon - and as always we dance and sing to Disney music during class to keep it upbeat and fun!  
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do for Adults Winter
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
6:00 PM - 7:15 PM    The College Search: A Guide for Families - The College Search: A Guide for Families
For many families, there’s nothing that produces more anxiety than the period of time that their high school student begins searching for colleges and applying for financial aid. Even for those who have been through the process, there are so many questions to be answered and revelations that seem to be frustratingly hidden. Sound familiar? RSU5 Community Programs is here to help! Join us in February for a three-part series The College Search: A Guide for Families. The program is led by Kristen Stevens, the Maine College and Career Access Coordinator for Cumberland County schools. With her 20-plus years in education and social work, Kristen has a wealth of knowledge and experience to help families chart a course for their college search, avoid pitfalls in the process, and reduce the confusion and anxiety that is too common for those discovering what’s next after Freeport High School. This class is aimed at parents/guardians, but we strongly encourage students to take part. In this is a three-part series, and each session will have a different topical focus:1) Getting Organized & Mapping Out a Plan2) Finding the Right Fit3) Navigating Financial AidClasses will be presented to a small in-person audience, but live-streamed to any/all interested participants (you'll be able to indicate your preference at registration). Questions for our instructors may be submitted ahead of each class, and class materials will be distributed prior to the first session. We look forward to seeing you!
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Fly Tying for Beginners - Fly Tying for Beginners
This is a class designed to teach students the basic skills and techniques needed for discovering the exciting world of fly tying. There is nothing more gratifying than catching a fish on a fly you hand tied. All equipment and materials will be provided for your use.  Students are also encouraged to bring any of their own vices and tools if they have them.
 
Wednesday March 10, 2021
7:50 AM - 8:35 AM    Introduction to German - Introduction to German Winter (Cohort A)
Your kids will be amazed by how much German they know already: auto, bus, ball, and gesundheit are all German words.  In our morning classes, we will not only discover more about the German language, but also German culture.  Where is Germany on a map? How do German kids live? What is the school day like? What sports do they play? What do we all have in common? What is different? In a fun, interactive setting, we will discover Germany and the world together.  Bis bald!
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM    FMS Basketball
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Basketball Academy - GBA Gr. 1/2 Wednesday
This is a great introductory program to the game of basketball. Participants will begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing passing, shooting, and ball handling skills through fun-filled activities and drills. Classes are divided by cohort with Mondays and Tuesdays open to kindergarten and first graders, and Wednesdays and Thursdays open to first and second graders.Participants will wear a mask at all times and sanitize their hands often.This program was rescheduled from its original November/December dates.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Fundamentals of Chess - Advanced Chess / MLS Late Winter
Have you ever wanted to learn how to play chess?  Do you play and want to enjoy a little competition each week?  Join the group of OPEN CHESS.  Ciprian Marinut, our Recreation Programs Assistant, will be running this program for 6 weeks.  Join in the fun and show us your best strategies.
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    School Board Meeting
 
Thursday March 11, 2021
7:50 AM - 8:35 AM    Introduction to German - Introduction to German Winter (Cohort B)
Your kids will be amazed by how much German they know already: auto, bus, ball, and gesundheit are all German words.  In our morning classes, we will not only discover more about the German language, but also German culture.  Where is Germany on a map? How do German kids live? What is the school day like? What sports do they play? What do we all have in common? What is different? In a fun, interactive setting, we will discover Germany and the world together.  Bis bald!
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Basketball Academy - GBA Gr. 1/2 Thursday
This is a great introductory program to the game of basketball. Participants will begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing passing, shooting, and ball handling skills through fun-filled activities and drills. Classes are divided by cohort with Mondays and Tuesdays open to kindergarten and first graders, and Wednesdays and Thursdays open to first and second graders.Participants will wear a mask at all times and sanitize their hands often.This program was rescheduled from its original November/December dates.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Maine Nature Art - Spring - Setting Sights on Spring (Durham 1-5)
The groundhog may have said 6 more weeks of winter but we are going to think "Happy Thoughts" and look to spring.  Maine is a great place to be as we have all of the seasons.  This class will be doing a plant seed project and planting bulbs/seedlings in art created pots, Wood/Nail/String Art Project, Zen garden with a pebble monument, and an ink print.  Kids take all their projects home with them. Send Snack and Water if your kiddo needs an extra little boost in the afternoon - and as always we dance and sing to Disney music during class to keep it upbeat and fun!  
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do Dragons Youth Winter
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
Friday March 12, 2021
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
3:30 PM - 7:30 PM    FHS One Act
 
Saturday March 13, 2021
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Basketball K-2
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - FHS Basketball K-3
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Boys Basketball 2-4
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Girls Basketball 2-4
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - FMS Girls Basketball 4-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Boys Basketball 5-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - FMS Boys Basketball 4-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Girls Basketball 5-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM    FHS One Act
 
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM    FHS One Act
 
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM    FHS One Act
 
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM    FHS One Act
 
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM    FHS One Act
 
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM    FHS One Act
 
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM    FHS One Act
 
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM    FHS One Act
 
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM    FHS One Act
 
4:00 PM - 10:00 PM    FHS One Act
 
Monday March 15, 2021
3:05 PM - 4:15 PM    Maine Nature Art - Sculpt & Build - Sculpt & Build (Freeport MSS)
Maine Nature will be our continued theme with animals made of papier-mâchié and clay.  We will use wood from pine trees to create a photo frame and pebbles from the beach to create a pebble art project. Each week will be a different project which includes an air dry clay project, papier-mâchié project, wood project and a pebble art project. Some recycled materials will be used.  Please send your child with clothes that can get messy and a snack and water. Child friendly music is played during class - usually Disney! Snow days will be rescheduled to the next available date.
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Basketball Academy - GBA Gr. K/1 Monday
This is a great introductory program to the game of basketball. Participants will begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing passing, shooting, and ball handling skills through fun-filled activities and drills. Classes are divided by cohort with Mondays and Tuesdays open to kindergarten and first graders, and Wednesdays and Thursdays open to first and second graders.Participants will wear a mask at all times and sanitize their hands often.This program was rescheduled from its original November/December dates.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Fundamentals of Chess - Open Chess / DCS Late Winter
Have you ever wanted to learn how to play chess?  Do you play and want to enjoy a little competition each week?  Join the group of OPEN CHESS.  Ciprian Marinut, our Recreation Programs Assistant, will be running this program for 6 weeks.  Join in the fun and show us your best strategies.
 
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Pickleball in Pownal - Pickleball Winter 2021
Come drop-in for some Pickleball action, get some great exercise, and have some fun! All levels and abilities are welcome. This season will look a little different from others. If you would like to rent a paddle for the season, you may rent one of ours, but if you would like to purchase your own, we encourage you to do so. We will not be collecting fees at the door. You must register for the whole season, no matter how many weeks you attend.
 
Tuesday March 16, 2021
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Driver Education - Roy's Driver & Rider Ed Winter/Spring
RSU5 DOES NOT take the Registrations - you must go through ROY'S to register.This course meets the state required 30 hours of classroom lecture and 10 hours of driving time.-Students must bring their birth certificate, social security card and blue or black ink pen to the first class. -Students must be 15 before the first class.-All students are required to wear a mask during class and driving as well as socially distance at all times when not seated.REGISTER THROUGH ROY'S DRIVING ACADEMY 784-6245 or https://roysdriving.com/locations/freeport/ for more class information and registrationCost is $500.00 or a payment plan requiring $250.00 deposit and the remaining $250.00 due by first class
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Basketball Academy - GBA Gr. K/1 Tuesday
This is a great introductory program to the game of basketball. Participants will begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing passing, shooting, and ball handling skills through fun-filled activities and drills. Classes are divided by cohort with Mondays and Tuesdays open to kindergarten and first graders, and Wednesdays and Thursdays open to first and second graders.Participants will wear a mask at all times and sanitize their hands often.This program was rescheduled from its original November/December dates.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Fundamentals of Chess - Beginner Chess / MLS Late Winter
Have you ever wanted to learn how to play chess?  Do you play and want to enjoy a little competition each week?  Join the group of OPEN CHESS.  Ciprian Marinut, our Recreation Programs Assistant, will be running this program for 6 weeks.  Join in the fun and show us your best strategies.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Top Rockers Hip Hop Dance Crew - DCS Gr. K-5 Late Winter Tuesdays Dance
Join us after school to learn beginning jazz and hip hop dance moves, conditioning and improvisation.  Get ready to have fun and work hard as we move to the beat!  Age appropriate music will be used for all sessions. Please send your dancer with comfortable flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Classes are scheduled (except on Friday) so that your child can usually attend on a day he or she is in school, either in early fall OR in late fall. We would like to give preference to Cohort A on Wednesday and Friday and Cohort B on Tuesday and Thursday, but do not require you remain on your Cohort's schedule for these classes. Note that on some Fridays you will be required to transport your child to the program. All classes will begin outside the school to accommodate this, then head inside to the cafeteria. Room conflicts do not allow us to hold a fall session at MSS, but students at those schools have the option to take their regular bus to Mast Landing School.Kids coming from home should arrive outside the building to meet Kate. Students from inside the school or from buses (or coming from PES) will arrive and join the group so that class can get underway inside by 3:30. It's usually a good idea to send your child with a snack to eat during this time! Pickup will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
3:25 PM - 4:30 PM    Maine Nature Art - Spring - Setting Sights on Spring (Freeport MLS)
The groundhog may have said 6 more weeks of winter but we are going to think "Happy Thoughts" and look to spring.  Maine is a great place to be as we have all of the seasons.  This class will be doing a plant seed project and planting bulbs/seedlings in art created pots, Wood/Nail/String Art Project, Zen garden with a pebble monument, and an ink print.  Kids take all their projects home with them. Send Snack and Water if your kiddo needs an extra little boost in the afternoon - and as always we dance and sing to Disney music during class to keep it upbeat and fun!  
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do for Adults Winter
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Fly Tying for Beginners - Fly Tying for Beginners
This is a class designed to teach students the basic skills and techniques needed for discovering the exciting world of fly tying. There is nothing more gratifying than catching a fish on a fly you hand tied. All equipment and materials will be provided for your use.  Students are also encouraged to bring any of their own vices and tools if they have them.
 
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Maine Driving Dynamics - Maine Driving Dynamics
Improve your defensive driving skills. Taught by a certified MDD instructor, topics in this course will include collision avoidance, safety issues, driver habits, and the challenges you face on the road.Completion of the course entitles you to a three-point credit on your driving record.$45/$25 for Seniors (65+)
 
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Maine Driving Dynamics - Maine Driving Dynamics - Seniors
Improve your defensive driving skills. Taught by a certified MDD instructor, topics in this course will include collision avoidance, safety issues, driver habits, and the challenges you face on the road.Completion of the course entitles you to a three-point credit on your driving record.$45/$25 for Seniors (65+)
 
Wednesday March 17, 2021
7:50 AM - 8:35 AM    Introduction to German - Introduction to German Winter (Cohort A)
Your kids will be amazed by how much German they know already: auto, bus, ball, and gesundheit are all German words.  In our morning classes, we will not only discover more about the German language, but also German culture.  Where is Germany on a map? How do German kids live? What is the school day like? What sports do they play? What do we all have in common? What is different? In a fun, interactive setting, we will discover Germany and the world together.  Bis bald!
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Driver Education - Roy's Driver & Rider Ed Winter/Spring
RSU5 DOES NOT take the Registrations - you must go through ROY'S to register.This course meets the state required 30 hours of classroom lecture and 10 hours of driving time.-Students must bring their birth certificate, social security card and blue or black ink pen to the first class. -Students must be 15 before the first class.-All students are required to wear a mask during class and driving as well as socially distance at all times when not seated.REGISTER THROUGH ROY'S DRIVING ACADEMY 784-6245 or https://roysdriving.com/locations/freeport/ for more class information and registrationCost is $500.00 or a payment plan requiring $250.00 deposit and the remaining $250.00 due by first class
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Basketball Academy - GBA Gr. 1/2 Wednesday
This is a great introductory program to the game of basketball. Participants will begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing passing, shooting, and ball handling skills through fun-filled activities and drills. Classes are divided by cohort with Mondays and Tuesdays open to kindergarten and first graders, and Wednesdays and Thursdays open to first and second graders.Participants will wear a mask at all times and sanitize their hands often.This program was rescheduled from its original November/December dates.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Fundamentals of Chess - Advanced Chess / MLS Late Winter
Have you ever wanted to learn how to play chess?  Do you play and want to enjoy a little competition each week?  Join the group of OPEN CHESS.  Ciprian Marinut, our Recreation Programs Assistant, will be running this program for 6 weeks.  Join in the fun and show us your best strategies.
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    School Board Meeting
 
Thursday March 18, 2021
7:50 AM - 8:35 AM    Introduction to German - Introduction to German Winter (Cohort B)
Your kids will be amazed by how much German they know already: auto, bus, ball, and gesundheit are all German words.  In our morning classes, we will not only discover more about the German language, but also German culture.  Where is Germany on a map? How do German kids live? What is the school day like? What sports do they play? What do we all have in common? What is different? In a fun, interactive setting, we will discover Germany and the world together.  Bis bald!
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Driver Education - Roy's Driver & Rider Ed Winter/Spring
RSU5 DOES NOT take the Registrations - you must go through ROY'S to register.This course meets the state required 30 hours of classroom lecture and 10 hours of driving time.-Students must bring their birth certificate, social security card and blue or black ink pen to the first class. -Students must be 15 before the first class.-All students are required to wear a mask during class and driving as well as socially distance at all times when not seated.REGISTER THROUGH ROY'S DRIVING ACADEMY 784-6245 or https://roysdriving.com/locations/freeport/ for more class information and registrationCost is $500.00 or a payment plan requiring $250.00 deposit and the remaining $250.00 due by first class
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Basketball Academy - GBA Gr. 1/2 Thursday
This is a great introductory program to the game of basketball. Participants will begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing passing, shooting, and ball handling skills through fun-filled activities and drills. Classes are divided by cohort with Mondays and Tuesdays open to kindergarten and first graders, and Wednesdays and Thursdays open to first and second graders.Participants will wear a mask at all times and sanitize their hands often.This program was rescheduled from its original November/December dates.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Maine Nature Art - Spring - Setting Sights on Spring (Durham 1-5)
The groundhog may have said 6 more weeks of winter but we are going to think "Happy Thoughts" and look to spring.  Maine is a great place to be as we have all of the seasons.  This class will be doing a plant seed project and planting bulbs/seedlings in art created pots, Wood/Nail/String Art Project, Zen garden with a pebble monument, and an ink print.  Kids take all their projects home with them. Send Snack and Water if your kiddo needs an extra little boost in the afternoon - and as always we dance and sing to Disney music during class to keep it upbeat and fun!  
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do Dragons Youth Winter
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Softball Clinics - Softball Clinic
Through drills, stations, and games we will be focusing on teaching the proper mechanics of hitting, throwing and fielding.  Students should bring a water bottle and glove.  Bats and helmets will be provided for those in need.  Facemasks are optional.
 
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Maine Driving Dynamics - Maine Driving Dynamics
Improve your defensive driving skills. Taught by a certified MDD instructor, topics in this course will include collision avoidance, safety issues, driver habits, and the challenges you face on the road.Completion of the course entitles you to a three-point credit on your driving record.$45/$25 for Seniors (65+)
 
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Maine Driving Dynamics - Maine Driving Dynamics - Seniors
Improve your defensive driving skills. Taught by a certified MDD instructor, topics in this course will include collision avoidance, safety issues, driver habits, and the challenges you face on the road.Completion of the course entitles you to a three-point credit on your driving record.$45/$25 for Seniors (65+)
 
Friday March 19, 2021
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Basketball Academy - GBA Gr. 1/2 Thursday
This is a great introductory program to the game of basketball. Participants will begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing passing, shooting, and ball handling skills through fun-filled activities and drills. Classes are divided by cohort with Mondays and Tuesdays open to kindergarten and first graders, and Wednesdays and Thursdays open to first and second graders.Participants will wear a mask at all times and sanitize their hands often.This program was rescheduled from its original November/December dates.
 
3:25 PM - 4:25 PM    Top Rockers Hip Hop Dance Crew - MLS Gr. K-5 Late Winter Fridays Dance
Join us after school to learn beginning jazz and hip hop dance moves, conditioning and improvisation.  Get ready to have fun and work hard as we move to the beat!  Age appropriate music will be used for all sessions. Please send your dancer with comfortable flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Classes are scheduled (except on Friday) so that your child can usually attend on a day he or she is in school, either in early fall OR in late fall. We would like to give preference to Cohort A on Wednesday and Friday and Cohort B on Tuesday and Thursday, but do not require you remain on your Cohort's schedule for these classes. Note that on some Fridays you will be required to transport your child to the program. All classes will begin outside the school to accommodate this, then head inside to the cafeteria. Room conflicts do not allow us to hold a fall session at MSS, but students at those schools have the option to take their regular bus to Mast Landing School.Kids coming from home should arrive outside the building to meet Kate. Students from inside the school or from buses (or coming from PES) will arrive and join the group so that class can get underway inside by 3:30. It's usually a good idea to send your child with a snack to eat during this time! Pickup will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Tiny Tappy Toes Dance Combo - MLS Late Winter Fridays Dance
Learn basic ballet, tap and creative movement steps with instructor Kate Andreu.  Dance teaches self confidence, balance, and coordination and keeps a child's mind and body working together.  Bring a pair of socks or flexible shoes and dress shoes (for tap technique) to every class.  Ballet and tap shoes are recommended but not required.  Please send your dancer in comfortable, flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Drop-off and pick-up will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
Saturday March 20, 2021
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Basketball K-2
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - FHS Basketball K-3
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Boys Basketball 2-4
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Girls Basketball 2-4
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - FMS Girls Basketball 4-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Boys Basketball 5-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - FMS Boys Basketball 4-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Girls Basketball 5-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
Monday March 22, 2021
3:05 PM - 4:15 PM    Maine Nature Art - Sculpt & Build - Sculpt & Build (Freeport MSS)
Maine Nature will be our continued theme with animals made of papier-mâchié and clay.  We will use wood from pine trees to create a photo frame and pebbles from the beach to create a pebble art project. Each week will be a different project which includes an air dry clay project, papier-mâchié project, wood project and a pebble art project. Some recycled materials will be used.  Please send your child with clothes that can get messy and a snack and water. Child friendly music is played during class - usually Disney! Snow days will be rescheduled to the next available date.
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Indoor Soccer - GiS K-2 (Cohort A)
Come sharpen your soccer skills while staying active throughout the winter in this after-school program.  Players will participate in fun drills and games while working on passing shooting, dribbling, and more! Space is limited.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Fundamentals of Chess - Open Chess / DCS Late Winter
Have you ever wanted to learn how to play chess?  Do you play and want to enjoy a little competition each week?  Join the group of OPEN CHESS.  Ciprian Marinut, our Recreation Programs Assistant, will be running this program for 6 weeks.  Join in the fun and show us your best strategies.
 
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Pickleball in Pownal - Pickleball Winter 2021
Come drop-in for some Pickleball action, get some great exercise, and have some fun! All levels and abilities are welcome. This season will look a little different from others. If you would like to rent a paddle for the season, you may rent one of ours, but if you would like to purchase your own, we encourage you to do so. We will not be collecting fees at the door. You must register for the whole season, no matter how many weeks you attend.
 
Tuesday March 23, 2021
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Indoor Soccer - GiS K-2 (Cohort B)
Come sharpen your soccer skills while staying active throughout the winter in this after-school program.  Players will participate in fun drills and games while working on passing shooting, dribbling, and more! Space is limited.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Fundamentals of Chess - Beginner Chess / MLS Late Winter
Have you ever wanted to learn how to play chess?  Do you play and want to enjoy a little competition each week?  Join the group of OPEN CHESS.  Ciprian Marinut, our Recreation Programs Assistant, will be running this program for 6 weeks.  Join in the fun and show us your best strategies.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Top Rockers Hip Hop Dance Crew - DCS Gr. K-5 Late Winter Tuesdays Dance
Join us after school to learn beginning jazz and hip hop dance moves, conditioning and improvisation.  Get ready to have fun and work hard as we move to the beat!  Age appropriate music will be used for all sessions. Please send your dancer with comfortable flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Classes are scheduled (except on Friday) so that your child can usually attend on a day he or she is in school, either in early fall OR in late fall. We would like to give preference to Cohort A on Wednesday and Friday and Cohort B on Tuesday and Thursday, but do not require you remain on your Cohort's schedule for these classes. Note that on some Fridays you will be required to transport your child to the program. All classes will begin outside the school to accommodate this, then head inside to the cafeteria. Room conflicts do not allow us to hold a fall session at MSS, but students at those schools have the option to take their regular bus to Mast Landing School.Kids coming from home should arrive outside the building to meet Kate. Students from inside the school or from buses (or coming from PES) will arrive and join the group so that class can get underway inside by 3:30. It's usually a good idea to send your child with a snack to eat during this time! Pickup will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
3:25 PM - 4:30 PM    Maine Nature Art - Spring - Setting Sights on Spring (Freeport MLS)
The groundhog may have said 6 more weeks of winter but we are going to think "Happy Thoughts" and look to spring.  Maine is a great place to be as we have all of the seasons.  This class will be doing a plant seed project and planting bulbs/seedlings in art created pots, Wood/Nail/String Art Project, Zen garden with a pebble monument, and an ink print.  Kids take all their projects home with them. Send Snack and Water if your kiddo needs an extra little boost in the afternoon - and as always we dance and sing to Disney music during class to keep it upbeat and fun!  
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do for Adults Winter
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Fly Tying for Beginners - Fly Tying for Beginners
This is a class designed to teach students the basic skills and techniques needed for discovering the exciting world of fly tying. There is nothing more gratifying than catching a fish on a fly you hand tied. All equipment and materials will be provided for your use.  Students are also encouraged to bring any of their own vices and tools if they have them.
 
Wednesday March 24, 2021
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Floor Hockey - GfH K-2 (Cohort A)
It's floor hockey season at Morse Street School!  This fun after school program will introduce the skills of dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, and offensive and defensive team play strategies of floor hockey.  This hour will be full of high activity and excitement.  Space is Limited.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Fundamentals of Chess - Advanced Chess / MLS Late Winter
Have you ever wanted to learn how to play chess?  Do you play and want to enjoy a little competition each week?  Join the group of OPEN CHESS.  Ciprian Marinut, our Recreation Programs Assistant, will be running this program for 6 weeks.  Join in the fun and show us your best strategies.
 
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Falcon Cheer Clinics - Cheer 101 & 102 - Spring
This is the perfect introductory level program for cheerleaders wanting to brush up/perfect basic skills or athletes that have never cheered before.  This class will focus on cheer skills: proper stunting and tumbling techniques, jumping, motions and conditioning. Led by Freeport High Schools Varsity Cheer Coach and Junior Coaches, Cheer 101 for 1st through 5th graders. Cheer 102 for 6th through 8th graders.
 
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM    School Board Meeting
 
Thursday March 25, 2021
7:50 AM - 8:35 AM    Introduction to German - Introduction to German Winter (Cohort B)
Your kids will be amazed by how much German they know already: auto, bus, ball, and gesundheit are all German words.  In our morning classes, we will not only discover more about the German language, but also German culture.  Where is Germany on a map? How do German kids live? What is the school day like? What sports do they play? What do we all have in common? What is different? In a fun, interactive setting, we will discover Germany and the world together.  Bis bald!
 
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Floor Hockey - GfH K-2 (Cohort B)
It's floor hockey season at Morse Street School!  This fun after school program will introduce the skills of dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, and offensive and defensive team play strategies of floor hockey.  This hour will be full of high activity and excitement.  Space is Limited.
 
3:20 PM - 4:30 PM    Maine Nature Art - Spring - Setting Sights on Spring (Durham 1-5)
The groundhog may have said 6 more weeks of winter but we are going to think "Happy Thoughts" and look to spring.  Maine is a great place to be as we have all of the seasons.  This class will be doing a plant seed project and planting bulbs/seedlings in art created pots, Wood/Nail/String Art Project, Zen garden with a pebble monument, and an ink print.  Kids take all their projects home with them. Send Snack and Water if your kiddo needs an extra little boost in the afternoon - and as always we dance and sing to Disney music during class to keep it upbeat and fun!  
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Tae Kwon Do - Tae Kwon Do Dragons Youth Winter
Tae Kwon Do is a great way to become physically and mentally fit while having fun! Learn valuable life long skills - respect, self-confidence, and courage, all while practicing self defense techniques.  We stress goin at your own pace and strive to help you on your journey.
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Softball Clinics - Softball Clinic
Through drills, stations, and games we will be focusing on teaching the proper mechanics of hitting, throwing and fielding.  Students should bring a water bottle and glove.  Bats and helmets will be provided for those in need.  Facemasks are optional.
 
Friday March 26, 2021
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Gee's Basketball Academy - GBA Gr. 1/2 Wednesday
This is a great introductory program to the game of basketball. Participants will begin to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while developing passing, shooting, and ball handling skills through fun-filled activities and drills. Classes are divided by cohort with Mondays and Tuesdays open to kindergarten and first graders, and Wednesdays and Thursdays open to first and second graders.Participants will wear a mask at all times and sanitize their hands often.This program was rescheduled from its original November/December dates.
 
3:25 PM - 4:25 PM    Top Rockers Hip Hop Dance Crew - MLS Gr. K-5 Late Winter Fridays Dance
Join us after school to learn beginning jazz and hip hop dance moves, conditioning and improvisation.  Get ready to have fun and work hard as we move to the beat!  Age appropriate music will be used for all sessions. Please send your dancer with comfortable flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Classes are scheduled (except on Friday) so that your child can usually attend on a day he or she is in school, either in early fall OR in late fall. We would like to give preference to Cohort A on Wednesday and Friday and Cohort B on Tuesday and Thursday, but do not require you remain on your Cohort's schedule for these classes. Note that on some Fridays you will be required to transport your child to the program. All classes will begin outside the school to accommodate this, then head inside to the cafeteria. Room conflicts do not allow us to hold a fall session at MSS, but students at those schools have the option to take their regular bus to Mast Landing School.Kids coming from home should arrive outside the building to meet Kate. Students from inside the school or from buses (or coming from PES) will arrive and join the group so that class can get underway inside by 3:30. It's usually a good idea to send your child with a snack to eat during this time! Pickup will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM    Tiny Tappy Toes Dance Combo - MLS Late Winter Fridays Dance
Learn basic ballet, tap and creative movement steps with instructor Kate Andreu.  Dance teaches self confidence, balance, and coordination and keeps a child's mind and body working together.  Bring a pair of socks or flexible shoes and dress shoes (for tap technique) to every class.  Ballet and tap shoes are recommended but not required.  Please send your dancer in comfortable, flexible clothes with sneakers.  No jeans please.  There will be a parent showcase, broadcast live on Zoom, on the last day of class.Drop-off and pick-up will also be outside the school. Parents will not be allowed to enter the schools.
 
Saturday March 27, 2021
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Basketball K-2
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - FHS Basketball K-3
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Boys Basketball 2-4
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Girls Basketball 2-4
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - FMS Girls Basketball 4-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Boys Basketball 5-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - FMS Boys Basketball 4-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM    Youth Basketball (Grades K-6) - DCS Girls Basketball 5-6
This year’s basketball season will consist of six weeks of skills and drills clinics in small teams, specifically designed to give the kids maximum exposure to hard basketball skills and minimum exposure to each others’ droplets. All sessions will be closed to parents and spectators, kids will wear masks throughout, and hand sanitization will be stressed. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, this program is subject to change or modification at any time. Parent Volunteers Needed: In order to provide adequate programming for our youth, we need the help of parent volunteers. Please help us continue our tradition of offering this quality program by volunteering to help.
 
Sunday March 28, 2021
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Freeport United Soccer Club