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    Donations for the Orange Art Center
  • Academic Adventures Camp- Animal Discoveries

    This school year has been challenging for some students. If you want to boost his or her confidence heading back into school, look no further than Academic Adventures Camp. There is nothing standard about this camp (except for Learning Standards, that is)! Academic Adventures Camp will provide your entering K through 5th grader with two solid weeks of project-based FUN! Whether you choose Pizza Parlor, Animal Discoveries or both, your child will be more than ready to go back to school with confidence! The camps offer smaller group sizes and highly-qualified teachers that are sure to give your child an extra edge! During Animal Discoveries week, your camper will be immersed in everything related to the “zoo.” Each day, your child will “travel” the world to study various animal habitats such as: Journey to the Jungle, In the Savannah, Forest Frontiers, Ocean Explorers and Polar Expeditions. Entering Kindergarten Learning Focus: Ordering, measuring, writing, rhyming, one to one correspondence, maps, life cycle, animal traits, fantasy/reality, major events, habitats
  • Academic Adventures Camp- Animal Discoveries

    If you want to boost your child's confidence heading back into school in the fall, look no further than Academic Adventures Camp. There is nothing standard about this camp (except for Learning Standards, that is)! Academic Adventures Camp will provide your entering K through 5th grader with two solid weeks of project-based FUN! Whether you choose Pizza Parlor, Animal Discoveries or both, your child will be more than ready to go back to school with confidence! The camps offer smaller group sizes and highly-qualified teachers that are sure to give your child an extra edge! During Animal Discoveries week, your camper will be immersed in everything related to the “zoo.” Each day, your child will “travel” the world to study various animal habitats such as: Journey to the Jungle, In the Savannah, Forest Frontiers, Ocean Explorers and Polar Expeditions. Entering First Grade Learning Focus: Counting to 100, shapes, addition/subtraction, capitalization/punctuation, nocturnal, settings, characters, sight words, weather Entering Second Grade Learning Focus: Time, ordering, greater than/less than, sight words, reading, basic needs, solar energy, maps, research, bodies of water, caring for things Entering Third Grade Learning Focus: Sides/vertices of shapes, research, careers, maps, timelines, extinction, fossils, weather, writing, reading, natural disasters Entering Fourth Grade Learning Focus: Area, perimeter, telling time, soil, rocks, water, multiplication/ division, mystery writing, reading laws/rules, personal narratives Entering Fifth Grade Learning Focus: Multiple step problems, interpreting charts/graphs, cost comparing fractions, reading informational text, writing opinion pieces, narrative writing, research, fossils, ecosystems
  • Academic Adventures Camp- Pizza Parlor

    If you want to boost your child's confidence heading back into school in the fall, look no further than Academic Adventures Camp. There is nothing standard about this camp (except for Learning Standards, that is)! Academic Adventures Camp will provide your entering K through 5th grader with two solid weeks of project-based FUN! Whether you choose Pizza Parlor, Animal Discoveries or both, your child will be more than ready to go back to school with confidence! The camps offer smaller group sizes and highly-qualified teachers that are sure to give your child an extra edge! During Pizza Parlor week, your camper will start a fun, new endeavor as an “owner” of a pizza parlor. Each day, your child will develop teamwork and academic skills while starting a pizza business, including creating recipes, cooking, developing menus, marketing and so much more. Entering First Grade Learning Focus: Shapes, greater than/less than, emergent reading, letter sounds, opinion writing, report writing, sorting, goods/services, onset/rime Entering Second Grade Learning Focus: Fractions, 3D shapes, counting coins, addition/ subtraction, writing, sight words, sources of food, supply/demand, reading, gravity, living/nonliving Entering Third Grade Learning Focus: Even/odd, arrays, place value, measurement, fractions, bar graphs, time, counting coins, writing, reading, buying/selling, condensation/evaporation Entering Fourth Grade Learning Focus: Multiplication/division, fractions, time, word problems, volume, graphing, writing, research, solid/liquid/gas, energy, budgeting, consumerism Entering Fifth Grade: Learning Focus: Multiple step problems, supply and demand, cost, resources, decimals, interpreting charts/graphs, comparing fractions, reading informational text, matter, opinion writing, narrative writing, research
  • Academic Adventures Camp- Pizza Parlor

    This school year has been challenging for some students. If you want to boost his or her confidence heading back into school, look no further than Academic Adventures Camp. There is nothing standard about this camp (except for Learning Standards, that is)! Academic Adventures Camp will provide your entering K through 5th grader with two solid weeks of project-based FUN! Whether you choose Pizza Parlor, Animal Discoveries or both, your child will be more than ready to go back to school with confidence! The camps offer smaller group sizes and highly-qualified teachers that are sure to give your child an extra edge! During Pizza Parlor week, your camper will start a fun, new endeavor as an “owner” of a pizza parlor. Each day, your child will develop teamwork and academic skills while starting a pizza business, including creating recipes, cooking, developing menus, marketing and so much more. Entering Kindergarten Learning Focus: Counting, patterns, shapes, sorting, writing, letter recognition, letter sounds, observation, research, following directions, collecting data, goods/services
  • Adaptive

    Orange Community Education & Recreation seeks to create and promote inclusion across all facilities, programs and classes that we offer. We welcome children of all ages and abilities to participate in our programs. Our goal is to ensure that all individuals have equitable access to the benefits of high-quality educational and recreational programs that foster social, emotional, physical and cognitive growth. We aim to make all programs as inclusive as possible, but also offer a variety of adaptive programs to meet your child’s needs as well.
  • Adult Recreation & Enrichment

    The Adult Recreation & Discovery departments offers a comprehensive array of classes and workshops for adults of all ages in the areas of artistry, craftsmanship and design, cooking, career development, health, fitness and wellness, language, travel, technology, adult sports and more. Classes are offered in the traditional classroom setting and online.
  • Aquatics

    The Aquatics division offers a variety of programming for swimmers of all ages and skills including swim lessons, aquatic exercise, lap swim, lifeguard certification, swim team and swim club.
  • Aquatics / Aquatics Yearround

    The Aquatics division offers a variety of programming for swimmers of all ages and skills including swim lessons, aquatic exercise, lap swim, lifeguard certification, swim team and swim club.
  • Aquatics / Competitive Swimming

    The Aquatics division offers a variety of programming for swimmers of all ages and skills including swim lessons, aquatic exercise, lap swim, lifeguard certification, swim team and swim club.
  • Arts & Crafts

    The Orange Senior Center is the district's focal point for programs and services specific to individuals age 55 and over. The program provides opportunities for enrichment, education, socialization and companionship in a welcoming atmosphere.
  • Ballet for Balance

    Learn the art and language of ballet to find balance and increase flexibility. This class will incorporate stretching to increase mobility in muscles and joints. Balance exercises will increase awareness of proper body alignment during movement. Please wear comfortable socks or ballet slippers. No previous experience required; must pre-register.
  • Become a Dialysis Technician

    As kidney failure continues to be a growing national health problem, kidney disease is driving the growing demand for well-trained dialysis technicians. While most technician training has historically been done “on-the-job,” today’s healthcare employers are seeking well-trained technicians who possess the necessary knowledge and skills to fill this growing number of positions. Under the supervision of physicians and registered nurses, dialysis technicians operate kidney dialysis machines, prepare dialyzer reprocessing and delivery systems, as well as maintain and repair equipment. Furthermore, technicians work with patients during dialysis procedures and monitor and record vital signs, as well as administer local anesthetics and drugs as needed. You will complete the course with the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties required of dialysis technicians and be ready to apply for an entry level position. Click here to register. Instructors: TBA Location: Online 21XAE161 Open-Ended Start Date 4-6 month program
  • Become a Freight Broker

    Become part of the exciting trucking, freight logistics, and transportation industries as a licensed freight broker or as a freight broker agent. Freight broker training will help you learn the skills you need to be a successful Freight Broker/Agent. From licensing and operations to sales and marketing, you'll learn the basics of how to run a domestic freight brokerage or agency in the United States. Freight brokerage is a growing, service-based industry. As a freight agent or broker, you connect shippers and manufacturers with transportation companies and manage those shipments. Entrepreneur magazine has rated the freight brokerage business as one of the top home-based businesses to own, and a Wall Street Journal article cited freight brokering and logistics as the largest growing sector of the transportation industry. Written by freight brokerage specialists, this freight broker course will provide you with the knowledge and resources needed to break into the shipping industry. From transportation law, contracts, and insurance, to setting up and running your own business, this is the best online freight broker training available. For details and to register click here: Instructors: Jan & Jeff Roach Location: Online
  • Become a Welding Technician

    Welding is a high-tech industry that can take you places all over the world. From ladders to aircraft carriers, from NASCAR to national defense, and from the laboratory to sales and repair, the varied welding industry impacts virtually every industry. Technology is creating more uses for welding in the workplace. The Welding Technician program is designed to prepare you to support industrial, transportation, oil and gas, constructing, and many other industries with welding skills. Upon completion you can serve in positions such as Welders, Cutters, Solderers and Brazers and go on to earn multiple credentials through the American Welding Society, and you will be eligible for an optional externship with a local employer. Click here to register.
  • Beginning Mahjong

    Part skill, part strategy, part luck, all fun! Come learn to play this enjoyable game, meet friends and exercise your brain. You must purchase a National MahJongg League 2021 card prior to class start date. The cards can be found online at Nationalmahjonggleague.org, it is recommended that you buy the large sized card. Class size is limited due to social distancing. Please call to register ASAP.
  • Bite Sized Foods Cooking Camp

    Tiny foods are yummy too! Throughout the week, we will be creating bite size recipes that can be eaten at any meal. Our fun and educational cooking camp offers kids of every level the opportunity to be a chef and gain an understanding of food. They will learn how to use different utensils, measure, chop, bake, cut and create recipes on their own. This delicious, hands-on cooking camp is filled with food, games, crafts and activities. Your child will have a blast creating and eating their own masterpieces!
  • Brain, Body and Balance Yoga

    Never tried a yoga class? Do you have balance or mobility concerns? Have you had a joint replacement or surgery? No problem, this class is for you! This fun, compassionate class is customized for all ages and all abilities. Chair, standing and wall poses are used - no need to get on the floor. The focus will be on improving your balance, flexibility and strength. Must pre-register.
  • Broadway Bound Buddies Adaptive Musical Theatre Studio

    Immerse yourself in performance as you follow your passion for the arts. Daily workshops in music, dance and drama will be led by theatre professionals and supported by paraprofessionals who will guide and inspire at every step along the way. This class is recommended for students with serious intent. Students will receive a video of their workshop experience. Music Workshop: Learn singing technique and music theory as you take your voice to the next level! Dance Workshop: Following a week of ballet, jazz, tap, lyrical and hip-hop, you’ll be feeling a 5-6-7-Great! Acting Workshop: With classes in improv, scene study, Broadway, Shakespeare and auditions, your acting will stand out every time you step onstage! Surprise Broadway Guest Artists Participants must function independently. Due to Covid one on one volunteers are not available.
  • Buddies Daily Life Skills for Independence

    This hands-on program emphasizes development of daily living, real life problem solving, and communication skills in the home and community. Bring your own lunch. Please consider signing up for Blooming Buddies following Life Skills. Adaptive skills include but are not limited to: Monday: Self and Home Care- morning/evening hygiene routines, housekeeping, home/personal safety Tuesday: Self-Direction- Goal setting, self-management, problem solving, choice making Wednesday: Nutrition- Creating grocery lists, shopping for groceries, cooking/baking Thursday: Etiquette- everyday meals and social outings Friday: Restaurant outing
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  • Buggin' Out Camp

    Spiders, butterflies, and ants oh my! During this camp we will discover all different types of bugs. Campers will get in touch with their nature side as we embark on nature hunts, craft our own insect creations, and even read books about different bugs. No camp July 5th.
  • Card Connection

    Learn a new craft and connect with a friend. Stop at the Senior Center the last week of the month, Monday thru Wednesday, 9am-Noon, to pick up a DIY card kit. Complete two cards for yourself and two cards to share with a friend OR donate to the Orange Senior Center. Instructions will be included with supplies in your kit; must pre-register.
  • Cardio and Core

    A new twist to Cardio & Core, this intermediate to advanced level class is for those who are looking for a more intense workout. This class is done in circuit training style, rotating cardio conditioning and strength training for a maximum workout. Must pre-register