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Friday September 25, 2020
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
9:00 AM - 7:45 PM    VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & Core Training Pilates - VIRTUAL TOTAL BODY WORKOUT & CORE PILATES
The VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & CORE PilatesGet Fit and Have Fun!By: Susan Robbins  Look your best! Boost your metabolism and strengthen and preserve your muscle tissue with this 60 minute head to toe workout! Learn how to strength train safely. Tone, strengthen your bones, rev up your   metabolism and improve your body composition to less fat and more muscle!   Elevate your mood and your self confidence! This is a great class to break that plateau, mix up your workouts and get the results you have been wanting! CORE Pilates! The second part of the class will work your core with Pilates, for better posture, a flatter tummy and stronger backs! Find your six pack! Don’t miss this dynamic combination! Good health tips for exercise, nutrition and general wellness will be shared every week! Be ready to have fun!  Mental health benefits Improves sleep. Quality sleep is vital for your overall health. Regular activity can help you fall asleep more quickly, sleep more deeply, and wake feeling more energetic and refreshed.Boosts mood and self-confidence. Exercise is a huge stress reliever and the endorphins produced can actually help reduce feelings of sadness, depression, or anxiety. Being active and feeling strong naturally helps you feel more self-confident.Does amazing things for the brain. Activities like Sudoku or crossword puzzles can help keep your brain active, but little comes close to the beneficial effects of exercise on the brain. It can help brain functions as diverse as multitasking and creativity and can help prevent memory loss, cognitive decline, and dementia. Getting active may even help slow the progression of brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease.Come and be ready to have fun! All that is required is a set of weights, a mat and water!     You can start without weights if you wish!                                                                      This class is perfect for the first time exerciser to the fitness enthusiast! You will be given individual attention to ensure that you are getting the most from your workout and exercising safely! FALL SESSION:CLASSES AVAILABLE: SIGN UP AND CHOOSE WHAT FITS YOUR SCHEDULE THAT WEEK ! DO ONE TWO OR THREE CLASSES PER WEEK!CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT 7TH - DECEMBER 21STNO CLASS: LABOR DAY SEPT 7TH, THANKSGIVING, NOV. 26TH OR FRIDAY NOV.27THLAST CLASS: DEC.21ST! MONDAY'S 9:00A.M. AND 6:30P.M.THURSDAY'S 6:45P.M.FRIDAY'S 8:45A.M.ALL CLASSES ARE 1 HOUR IN LENGTH15 CLASSES $225R/ $235NRONCE YOU ENROLL YOU WILL RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINKS TO CLASSES YES, IT'S THAT EASY!NOT SURE IF YOU WILL LIKE VIRTUAL? LET ME KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRY ONE FREE CLASS !  EMAIL US AND WE WILL COORDINATE WITH SUE FOR THE CLASS LINK!SO EASY, SO FUN AND YOU WON'T HAVE TO GO OUT IN THE COLD!All classes must be completed between Sept. 8th and Dec. 21st of 2020BY REGISTERING YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR 15 CLASSES- DATES AND TIMES WILL NOT MATCH YOUR ACTUAL CLASS OPTIONSQUESTIONS: CALL 978-540-2490 or littletonrec@littletonma.orgLOOKING FORWARD TO ZOOMING WITH YOU!
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    2020 Virtual Littleton Road Race - 1 Mile
12th Annual Littleton Road RaceSeptember 2020 This year, in light of the COVID-19 crisis, the 12th annual Littleton Road Race will be a virtual race. Run the Littleton Road Race on the actual course or on any 5K route! Run either the 1 mi or 5K at anytime during the month of September! Medals provided to all participants T-shirts available for purchase 5K Course - if you want to run this on your own. 5K Course begins at Fay Park goes south on Foster Street to Tahattawan Rd, follows Tahattawan Rd to Harwood Avenue, continuing to Foster Street, and returning to Fay Park. Map of 5K Course  Larger Map of 5K Course View the 5K race (2012) 1 Mile Course - if you want to run this on your own. The 1 Mile Fun Run course begins at Fay Park, goes South on Foster Street to Mill Road, loops back on Foster Street, returning to Fay Park.   Map of 1 Mile Course Contact Us Mailing Address:Littleton Road RaceP.O. Box 183Littleton, MA 01460Email: LittletonTrackMass@gmail.com
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    2020 Virtual Littleton Road Race - 5K
12th Annual Littleton Road RaceSeptember 2020 This year, in light of the COVID-19 crisis, the 12th annual Littleton Road Race will be a virtual race. Run the Littleton Road Race on the actual course or on any 5K route! Run either the 1 mi or 5K at anytime during the month of September! Medals provided to all participants T-shirts available for purchase 5K Course - if you want to run this on your own. 5K Course begins at Fay Park goes south on Foster Street to Tahattawan Rd, follows Tahattawan Rd to Harwood Avenue, continuing to Foster Street, and returning to Fay Park. Map of 5K Course  Larger Map of 5K Course View the 5K race (2012) 1 Mile Course - if you want to run this on your own. The 1 Mile Fun Run course begins at Fay Park, goes South on Foster Street to Mill Road, loops back on Foster Street, returning to Fay Park.   Map of 1 Mile Course Contact Us Mailing Address:Littleton Road RaceP.O. Box 183Littleton, MA 01460Email: LittletonTrackMass@gmail.com
 
Saturday September 26, 2020
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Littleton Community Tennis - Learn to Play Double ages 13 and UP
Classes missed because of rain will be made up on Thursday afternoonsLEARN TO PLAY TENNIS & PICKLE BALLPickleball and tennis are among the safest sports today.  For the first two weeks, your child will learn how to play Pickleball.  The following two weeks, your child will learn how to play tennis.  This will be done through instruction, drills and games.  Paddles, racquets and hand sanitizer will be provided.  Wednesday's 7/15-8/5 6:00pm - 7:30pmLOCATION: TOWN HALL TENNIS COURTSU12 Learn to Improve: In this three hour program, you will work on forehands, backhands, volleys and serves while playing games. The last thirty minutes will be devoted to game play such as jail, dead ball and survivor. Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 9:00AM-12:00PM  (MAKE UPS WILL BE FRIDAYS)Session 1: 8/24, 8/25, 8/26 Session 2: 8/31, 9/1, 9/2 $110 R, $120 NR Session 3: 9/8, 9/9 $75 R, $85 NR U12 Hit with the Coach: Mondays & Wednesdays 12:00PM-1:00PM 8/24, 8/26, 8/31, 9/2, 9/9 $50 R, $60 NR Minimum/ Maximum: 3 Drills & Games:Ages 5-7 RED Ball Sundays, 1:30PM-2:45PM During each session, players will hit basic strokes while playing drills and games 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $150 R, $160 NR Drills & Games:Ages 8-12 ORANGE & GREEN Ball Sundays 3:00PM-5:00PMDuring each two hour tennis session, players will practice their tennis basics while playing drills and games. The last hour will be devoted to playing doubles with guidance from the instructor. Min: 4, Max: 8 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $255 R, $265 NRLearn how to play doubles: (13+): In this session, you will learn strategies that will help you play your game well. Each ninety minute session will conclude with thirty minute game play. Students should have taken a learn to-play class prior to taking this clinic. Saturdays 9:00AM-10:30AM 9/19, 9/26, 10/3 $75 R, $85 NR Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the week:Mondays 5:30-6:30PM This one hour class set to music with the intent of keeping you moving, will give you the opportunity to hit many balls while focusing on one part of your game. The first fifteen minutes will warm up all your strokes and the last forty-five minutes will focus on the stroke of the week through active drills and games. 8/31 Forehands & Backhands 9/14 Volleys & Lobs 9/21 Serves and Returns 9/28 Approach Shots Session 1 $80R, $90 NR or $25R/ $35 NR per class 10/5 Footwork, form & follow through 10/19 Overheads & Lobs 10/26 Poaching Session 2 $70R, $80 NR or $25R /$35 NR per class
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    2020 Virtual Littleton Road Race - 1 Mile
12th Annual Littleton Road RaceSeptember 2020 This year, in light of the COVID-19 crisis, the 12th annual Littleton Road Race will be a virtual race. Run the Littleton Road Race on the actual course or on any 5K route! Run either the 1 mi or 5K at anytime during the month of September! Medals provided to all participants T-shirts available for purchase 5K Course - if you want to run this on your own. 5K Course begins at Fay Park goes south on Foster Street to Tahattawan Rd, follows Tahattawan Rd to Harwood Avenue, continuing to Foster Street, and returning to Fay Park. Map of 5K Course  Larger Map of 5K Course View the 5K race (2012) 1 Mile Course - if you want to run this on your own. The 1 Mile Fun Run course begins at Fay Park, goes South on Foster Street to Mill Road, loops back on Foster Street, returning to Fay Park.   Map of 1 Mile Course Contact Us Mailing Address:Littleton Road RaceP.O. Box 183Littleton, MA 01460Email: LittletonTrackMass@gmail.com
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    2020 Virtual Littleton Road Race - 5K
12th Annual Littleton Road RaceSeptember 2020 This year, in light of the COVID-19 crisis, the 12th annual Littleton Road Race will be a virtual race. Run the Littleton Road Race on the actual course or on any 5K route! Run either the 1 mi or 5K at anytime during the month of September! Medals provided to all participants T-shirts available for purchase 5K Course - if you want to run this on your own. 5K Course begins at Fay Park goes south on Foster Street to Tahattawan Rd, follows Tahattawan Rd to Harwood Avenue, continuing to Foster Street, and returning to Fay Park. Map of 5K Course  Larger Map of 5K Course View the 5K race (2012) 1 Mile Course - if you want to run this on your own. The 1 Mile Fun Run course begins at Fay Park, goes South on Foster Street to Mill Road, loops back on Foster Street, returning to Fay Park.   Map of 1 Mile Course Contact Us Mailing Address:Littleton Road RaceP.O. Box 183Littleton, MA 01460Email: LittletonTrackMass@gmail.com
 
Sunday September 27, 2020
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM    Introduction to Cross Country Running (YOUTH) - Introduction to Cross Country Running (4th- 6th Grade)
Description:  (4th-6th grade) This course is intended to introduce 4th, 5th and 6th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods. Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for  runners and will include runs of up to two miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group). Description: (7th and 8th grade)  This course is intended to introduce 7th and 8th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods.  Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for runners and will include runs of up to 3-5 miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group).  Sessions will also introduce runners to XC specific running workouts that include a focus on speed, strength, and endurance. Instructor:  Ted PainterTed Painter is an RRCA and USATF certified running coach and Littleton High School Cross Country and Track & Field running coach (League and District champions, 3rd place State Championship finishers). He has run over 40 marathons and ultra marathons and has qualified for and ran in the last ten consecutive Boston Marathons.  https://www.facebook.com/paintermarathoncoaching Location:  Fay Park/Prouty Woods Trails/Russell St. Track.  Other Littleton trails may also be used.  Prerequisites:  Participants should be accustomed to a relatively active lifestyle that includes outdoor activities.  The ability to run the distances included in descriptions above will be helpful. Dates & Times:  2 Sessions!Session 1:  6 Sundays, August 30th-October 4th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00Session 2:  6 Sundays, October 11th-November 15th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00 Prerequisites:Participants should be able to run/jog two-three miles without stopping.Cost: $100 R/ $110 NR
 
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM    Introduction to Cross Country Running (YOUTH) - Introduction to Cross Country Running (7th- 9th Grade)
Description:  (4th-6th grade) This course is intended to introduce 4th, 5th and 6th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods. Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for  runners and will include runs of up to two miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group). Description: (7th and 8th grade)  This course is intended to introduce 7th and 8th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods.  Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for runners and will include runs of up to 3-5 miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group).  Sessions will also introduce runners to XC specific running workouts that include a focus on speed, strength, and endurance. Instructor:  Ted PainterTed Painter is an RRCA and USATF certified running coach and Littleton High School Cross Country and Track & Field running coach (League and District champions, 3rd place State Championship finishers). He has run over 40 marathons and ultra marathons and has qualified for and ran in the last ten consecutive Boston Marathons.  https://www.facebook.com/paintermarathoncoaching Location:  Fay Park/Prouty Woods Trails/Russell St. Track.  Other Littleton trails may also be used.  Prerequisites:  Participants should be accustomed to a relatively active lifestyle that includes outdoor activities.  The ability to run the distances included in descriptions above will be helpful. Dates & Times:  2 Sessions!Session 1:  6 Sundays, August 30th-October 4th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00Session 2:  6 Sundays, October 11th-November 15th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00 Prerequisites:Participants should be able to run/jog two-three miles without stopping.Cost: $100 R/ $110 NR
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    2020 Virtual Littleton Road Race - 1 Mile
12th Annual Littleton Road RaceSeptember 2020 This year, in light of the COVID-19 crisis, the 12th annual Littleton Road Race will be a virtual race. Run the Littleton Road Race on the actual course or on any 5K route! Run either the 1 mi or 5K at anytime during the month of September! Medals provided to all participants T-shirts available for purchase 5K Course - if you want to run this on your own. 5K Course begins at Fay Park goes south on Foster Street to Tahattawan Rd, follows Tahattawan Rd to Harwood Avenue, continuing to Foster Street, and returning to Fay Park. Map of 5K Course  Larger Map of 5K Course View the 5K race (2012) 1 Mile Course - if you want to run this on your own. The 1 Mile Fun Run course begins at Fay Park, goes South on Foster Street to Mill Road, loops back on Foster Street, returning to Fay Park.   Map of 1 Mile Course Contact Us Mailing Address:Littleton Road RaceP.O. Box 183Littleton, MA 01460Email: LittletonTrackMass@gmail.com
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    2020 Virtual Littleton Road Race - 5K
12th Annual Littleton Road RaceSeptember 2020 This year, in light of the COVID-19 crisis, the 12th annual Littleton Road Race will be a virtual race. Run the Littleton Road Race on the actual course or on any 5K route! Run either the 1 mi or 5K at anytime during the month of September! Medals provided to all participants T-shirts available for purchase 5K Course - if you want to run this on your own. 5K Course begins at Fay Park goes south on Foster Street to Tahattawan Rd, follows Tahattawan Rd to Harwood Avenue, continuing to Foster Street, and returning to Fay Park. Map of 5K Course  Larger Map of 5K Course View the 5K race (2012) 1 Mile Course - if you want to run this on your own. The 1 Mile Fun Run course begins at Fay Park, goes South on Foster Street to Mill Road, loops back on Foster Street, returning to Fay Park.   Map of 1 Mile Course Contact Us Mailing Address:Littleton Road RaceP.O. Box 183Littleton, MA 01460Email: LittletonTrackMass@gmail.com
 
1:30 PM - 2:45 PM    Littleton Community Tennis - Drills and Games ages 5-7
Classes missed because of rain will be made up on Thursday afternoonsLEARN TO PLAY TENNIS & PICKLE BALLPickleball and tennis are among the safest sports today.  For the first two weeks, your child will learn how to play Pickleball.  The following two weeks, your child will learn how to play tennis.  This will be done through instruction, drills and games.  Paddles, racquets and hand sanitizer will be provided.  Wednesday's 7/15-8/5 6:00pm - 7:30pmLOCATION: TOWN HALL TENNIS COURTSU12 Learn to Improve: In this three hour program, you will work on forehands, backhands, volleys and serves while playing games. The last thirty minutes will be devoted to game play such as jail, dead ball and survivor. Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 9:00AM-12:00PM  (MAKE UPS WILL BE FRIDAYS)Session 1: 8/24, 8/25, 8/26 Session 2: 8/31, 9/1, 9/2 $110 R, $120 NR Session 3: 9/8, 9/9 $75 R, $85 NR U12 Hit with the Coach: Mondays & Wednesdays 12:00PM-1:00PM 8/24, 8/26, 8/31, 9/2, 9/9 $50 R, $60 NR Minimum/ Maximum: 3 Drills & Games:Ages 5-7 RED Ball Sundays, 1:30PM-2:45PM During each session, players will hit basic strokes while playing drills and games 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $150 R, $160 NR Drills & Games:Ages 8-12 ORANGE & GREEN Ball Sundays 3:00PM-5:00PMDuring each two hour tennis session, players will practice their tennis basics while playing drills and games. The last hour will be devoted to playing doubles with guidance from the instructor. Min: 4, Max: 8 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $255 R, $265 NRLearn how to play doubles: (13+): In this session, you will learn strategies that will help you play your game well. Each ninety minute session will conclude with thirty minute game play. Students should have taken a learn to-play class prior to taking this clinic. Saturdays 9:00AM-10:30AM 9/19, 9/26, 10/3 $75 R, $85 NR Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the week:Mondays 5:30-6:30PM This one hour class set to music with the intent of keeping you moving, will give you the opportunity to hit many balls while focusing on one part of your game. The first fifteen minutes will warm up all your strokes and the last forty-five minutes will focus on the stroke of the week through active drills and games. 8/31 Forehands & Backhands 9/14 Volleys & Lobs 9/21 Serves and Returns 9/28 Approach Shots Session 1 $80R, $90 NR or $25R/ $35 NR per class 10/5 Footwork, form & follow through 10/19 Overheads & Lobs 10/26 Poaching Session 2 $70R, $80 NR or $25R /$35 NR per class
 
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM    Field Hockey Clinic (Youth) - Field Hockey Clinic for Girls Grades 3-5
Instructor: Bethany DeLollis Current Littleton resident and mom. Teacher in Acton-Boxborough for 12 years. Bethany coached the Junior High field hockey team in Littleton last year and will continue to coach at the JV level this season.Program Desctription:Young athletes will learn the basics about the game of field hockey with fun drills and games. Girls will be split up by ability. New players will work on the fundamentals. Experienced players will have an opportunity to learn new skills and scrimmage.All clinic participants must come with a mouth guard & shin guards. Please bring stick if you have one. I do have some for girls to borrow. Wear cleats or sneakers and bring a water bottle.For: Girls Entering 3rd-5th GradeWhen: Sunday Afternoons 2:00pm- 3:15pm September 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $135 R/ $145 NRFor: Girls Entering Middle School Grades 6-8When: Sunday Afternoons: 3:30pm- 5:00pmSeptember 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $150 R/ $160 NRLocation: Alumni Field
 
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Littleton Community Tennis - Drills and Games ages 8-12
Classes missed because of rain will be made up on Thursday afternoonsLEARN TO PLAY TENNIS & PICKLE BALLPickleball and tennis are among the safest sports today.  For the first two weeks, your child will learn how to play Pickleball.  The following two weeks, your child will learn how to play tennis.  This will be done through instruction, drills and games.  Paddles, racquets and hand sanitizer will be provided.  Wednesday's 7/15-8/5 6:00pm - 7:30pmLOCATION: TOWN HALL TENNIS COURTSU12 Learn to Improve: In this three hour program, you will work on forehands, backhands, volleys and serves while playing games. The last thirty minutes will be devoted to game play such as jail, dead ball and survivor. Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 9:00AM-12:00PM  (MAKE UPS WILL BE FRIDAYS)Session 1: 8/24, 8/25, 8/26 Session 2: 8/31, 9/1, 9/2 $110 R, $120 NR Session 3: 9/8, 9/9 $75 R, $85 NR U12 Hit with the Coach: Mondays & Wednesdays 12:00PM-1:00PM 8/24, 8/26, 8/31, 9/2, 9/9 $50 R, $60 NR Minimum/ Maximum: 3 Drills & Games:Ages 5-7 RED Ball Sundays, 1:30PM-2:45PM During each session, players will hit basic strokes while playing drills and games 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $150 R, $160 NR Drills & Games:Ages 8-12 ORANGE & GREEN Ball Sundays 3:00PM-5:00PMDuring each two hour tennis session, players will practice their tennis basics while playing drills and games. The last hour will be devoted to playing doubles with guidance from the instructor. Min: 4, Max: 8 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $255 R, $265 NRLearn how to play doubles: (13+): In this session, you will learn strategies that will help you play your game well. Each ninety minute session will conclude with thirty minute game play. Students should have taken a learn to-play class prior to taking this clinic. Saturdays 9:00AM-10:30AM 9/19, 9/26, 10/3 $75 R, $85 NR Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the week:Mondays 5:30-6:30PM This one hour class set to music with the intent of keeping you moving, will give you the opportunity to hit many balls while focusing on one part of your game. The first fifteen minutes will warm up all your strokes and the last forty-five minutes will focus on the stroke of the week through active drills and games. 8/31 Forehands & Backhands 9/14 Volleys & Lobs 9/21 Serves and Returns 9/28 Approach Shots Session 1 $80R, $90 NR or $25R/ $35 NR per class 10/5 Footwork, form & follow through 10/19 Overheads & Lobs 10/26 Poaching Session 2 $70R, $80 NR or $25R /$35 NR per class
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Field Hockey Clinic (Youth) - Field Hockey Clinic for Girls Grades 6-8
Instructor: Bethany DeLollis Current Littleton resident and mom. Teacher in Acton-Boxborough for 12 years. Bethany coached the Junior High field hockey team in Littleton last year and will continue to coach at the JV level this season.Program Desctription:Young athletes will learn the basics about the game of field hockey with fun drills and games. Girls will be split up by ability. New players will work on the fundamentals. Experienced players will have an opportunity to learn new skills and scrimmage.All clinic participants must come with a mouth guard & shin guards. Please bring stick if you have one. I do have some for girls to borrow. Wear cleats or sneakers and bring a water bottle.For: Girls Entering 3rd-5th GradeWhen: Sunday Afternoons 2:00pm- 3:15pm September 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $135 R/ $145 NRFor: Girls Entering Middle School Grades 6-8When: Sunday Afternoons: 3:30pm- 5:00pmSeptember 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $150 R/ $160 NRLocation: Alumni Field
 
5:05 PM - 6:45 PM    Pickleball - Drop In Pickle Ball- INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
DROP in PICKLEBALL:  Bring your own Racquet if you have one or just show up to play some pickup Pickle ball Games on the Town Courts-  This is a free flowing program where you play in games and enjoy your time in America's Fastest growing sport!  Offered Tuesday's and Thursday's through the end of August.  $5 per session!  Sign up for as many as you'd like!  Enjoy social games of Pickleball, having fun while being safe.  Wear a glove on your non paddle hand, and come ready to play.  Bring a chair, mask (needed for community areas) and your favorite paddle.  Littleton Parks & Rec will supply all the balls.  Sign up today!SENIOR DROP IN PICKLE BALL-Pickleball:  Fridays starting 9/18, 9/25,10/2, 10/9 & 10/1611:00AM-12:00PMTHIS PROGRAM IS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY$5 per day Residents Sign-up in advanceRules:   MASKS needed only for community areas when 6' cannot be maintained and when needing to use bathrooms.   GLOVES need to be worn on both hands if you need to borrow a paddle.  If you own a paddle, you only need to wear a glove on your non-paddle hand.  It can be a disposable glove, cotton glove, golf glove, winter glove, etc...whatever glove is comfortable enough for you to wear while playing. BRING your paddle, chair, hand sanitizer and water bottle/hat.  
 
Monday September 28, 2020
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM    School Holiday(s) Playground Program - School Holiday Playground Program- ALL 5 DATES
Did you know we have 5 School Holidays between school Starting and Thanksgiving?   Littleton PRCE is offering outdoor programming on these days to get out from behind he computer and join us in some awesome adventures including Hiking, Adventuring, Geocaching, Arts, Crafts and Science- along with free play!When and Where:9/28- Yom Kippur- Shaker Lane School10/12- Columbus Day- Castle in the Trees10/23- All School Professional Development Day- Fay Park11/3- Election Day- Castle in the Trees11/11- Veteran's Day- Russell Street SchoolSign up for ALL 5 Dates for an additional 10% Savings!For Children: Grades K-6This is a Playground Program, however, we will continue to follow the camp guidelines put out by the state, which we have implemented all summer at Camp Tahattawan. ALL necessary precautions will be taken in regard to Covid-19. Rates for Program:$50 Resident$60 Non Resident 10% sibling discount.Program hours 8:30-9am drop off - must pass temperature check and provide daily wellness check list1:30-2pm pick up  Tent, tables, chairs, porta-potties, hand wash stations at each location. Supplies for crafts, sports, science, music, etc. will be kept at each location for use. All materials will be sanitized accordingly.If you are registering and do not want to pay by credit card (2.9% Transaction Fee), please mail your check to:PRCE33 Shattuck StreetLittleton, MA 014602020 Family Record and Medical Authorization & Health History Form, most recent Well Visit and Immunization Record (within 12 months). ALL Required to attend this program.**IF you have filled out this paper work for another Littleton PRCE program you do not have to fill these out again.REQUIRED PAPER WORK TO ATTEND THIS PROGRAM:2020 Family Record:  CLICK HERE FOR FAMILY RECORD2020 Medical Authorization & Health History Form:  CLICK HERE FOR MEDICAL AUTHORIZATION FORMCurrent Well-Visit and Immunization Records* All Programs subject to change and flexibility. Refund policy here: https://www.littletonma.org/parks-recreation/community-education/pages/register-classes-and-programs
 
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM    School Holiday(s) Playground Program - School Holiday Playground Program- YOM KIPPUR
Did you know we have 5 School Holidays between school Starting and Thanksgiving?   Littleton PRCE is offering outdoor programming on these days to get out from behind he computer and join us in some awesome adventures including Hiking, Adventuring, Geocaching, Arts, Crafts and Science- along with free play!When and Where:9/28- Yom Kippur- Shaker Lane School10/12- Columbus Day- Castle in the Trees10/23- All School Professional Development Day- Fay Park11/3- Election Day- Castle in the Trees11/11- Veteran's Day- Russell Street SchoolSign up for ALL 5 Dates for an additional 10% Savings!For Children: Grades K-6This is a Playground Program, however, we will continue to follow the camp guidelines put out by the state, which we have implemented all summer at Camp Tahattawan. ALL necessary precautions will be taken in regard to Covid-19. Rates for Program:$50 Resident$60 Non Resident 10% sibling discount.Program hours 8:30-9am drop off - must pass temperature check and provide daily wellness check list1:30-2pm pick up  Tent, tables, chairs, porta-potties, hand wash stations at each location. Supplies for crafts, sports, science, music, etc. will be kept at each location for use. All materials will be sanitized accordingly.If you are registering and do not want to pay by credit card (2.9% Transaction Fee), please mail your check to:PRCE33 Shattuck StreetLittleton, MA 014602020 Family Record and Medical Authorization & Health History Form, most recent Well Visit and Immunization Record (within 12 months). ALL Required to attend this program.**IF you have filled out this paper work for another Littleton PRCE program you do not have to fill these out again.REQUIRED PAPER WORK TO ATTEND THIS PROGRAM:2020 Family Record:  CLICK HERE FOR FAMILY RECORD2020 Medical Authorization & Health History Form:  CLICK HERE FOR MEDICAL AUTHORIZATION FORMCurrent Well-Visit and Immunization Records* All Programs subject to change and flexibility. Refund policy here: https://www.littletonma.org/parks-recreation/community-education/pages/register-classes-and-programs
 
9:00 AM - 7:45 PM    VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & Core Training Pilates - VIRTUAL TOTAL BODY WORKOUT & CORE PILATES
The VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & CORE PilatesGet Fit and Have Fun!By: Susan Robbins  Look your best! Boost your metabolism and strengthen and preserve your muscle tissue with this 60 minute head to toe workout! Learn how to strength train safely. Tone, strengthen your bones, rev up your   metabolism and improve your body composition to less fat and more muscle!   Elevate your mood and your self confidence! This is a great class to break that plateau, mix up your workouts and get the results you have been wanting! CORE Pilates! The second part of the class will work your core with Pilates, for better posture, a flatter tummy and stronger backs! Find your six pack! Don’t miss this dynamic combination! Good health tips for exercise, nutrition and general wellness will be shared every week! Be ready to have fun!  Mental health benefits Improves sleep. Quality sleep is vital for your overall health. Regular activity can help you fall asleep more quickly, sleep more deeply, and wake feeling more energetic and refreshed.Boosts mood and self-confidence. Exercise is a huge stress reliever and the endorphins produced can actually help reduce feelings of sadness, depression, or anxiety. Being active and feeling strong naturally helps you feel more self-confident.Does amazing things for the brain. Activities like Sudoku or crossword puzzles can help keep your brain active, but little comes close to the beneficial effects of exercise on the brain. It can help brain functions as diverse as multitasking and creativity and can help prevent memory loss, cognitive decline, and dementia. Getting active may even help slow the progression of brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease.Come and be ready to have fun! All that is required is a set of weights, a mat and water!     You can start without weights if you wish!                                                                      This class is perfect for the first time exerciser to the fitness enthusiast! You will be given individual attention to ensure that you are getting the most from your workout and exercising safely! FALL SESSION:CLASSES AVAILABLE: SIGN UP AND CHOOSE WHAT FITS YOUR SCHEDULE THAT WEEK ! DO ONE TWO OR THREE CLASSES PER WEEK!CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT 7TH - DECEMBER 21STNO CLASS: LABOR DAY SEPT 7TH, THANKSGIVING, NOV. 26TH OR FRIDAY NOV.27THLAST CLASS: DEC.21ST! MONDAY'S 9:00A.M. AND 6:30P.M.THURSDAY'S 6:45P.M.FRIDAY'S 8:45A.M.ALL CLASSES ARE 1 HOUR IN LENGTH15 CLASSES $225R/ $235NRONCE YOU ENROLL YOU WILL RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINKS TO CLASSES YES, IT'S THAT EASY!NOT SURE IF YOU WILL LIKE VIRTUAL? LET ME KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRY ONE FREE CLASS !  EMAIL US AND WE WILL COORDINATE WITH SUE FOR THE CLASS LINK!SO EASY, SO FUN AND YOU WON'T HAVE TO GO OUT IN THE COLD!All classes must be completed between Sept. 8th and Dec. 21st of 2020BY REGISTERING YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR 15 CLASSES- DATES AND TIMES WILL NOT MATCH YOUR ACTUAL CLASS OPTIONSQUESTIONS: CALL 978-540-2490 or littletonrec@littletonma.orgLOOKING FORWARD TO ZOOMING WITH YOU!
 
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM    Pickleball - Drop In Pickle Ball- BEGINNER LEVEL
DROP in PICKLEBALL:  Bring your own Racquet if you have one or just show up to play some pickup Pickle ball Games on the Town Courts-  This is a free flowing program where you play in games and enjoy your time in America's Fastest growing sport!  Offered Tuesday's and Thursday's through the end of August.  $5 per session!  Sign up for as many as you'd like!  Enjoy social games of Pickleball, having fun while being safe.  Wear a glove on your non paddle hand, and come ready to play.  Bring a chair, mask (needed for community areas) and your favorite paddle.  Littleton Parks & Rec will supply all the balls.  Sign up today!SENIOR DROP IN PICKLE BALL-Pickleball:  Fridays starting 9/18, 9/25,10/2, 10/9 & 10/1611:00AM-12:00PMTHIS PROGRAM IS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY$5 per day Residents Sign-up in advanceRules:   MASKS needed only for community areas when 6' cannot be maintained and when needing to use bathrooms.   GLOVES need to be worn on both hands if you need to borrow a paddle.  If you own a paddle, you only need to wear a glove on your non-paddle hand.  It can be a disposable glove, cotton glove, golf glove, winter glove, etc...whatever glove is comfortable enough for you to wear while playing. BRING your paddle, chair, hand sanitizer and water bottle/hat.  
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    2020 Virtual Littleton Road Race - 1 Mile
12th Annual Littleton Road RaceSeptember 2020 This year, in light of the COVID-19 crisis, the 12th annual Littleton Road Race will be a virtual race. Run the Littleton Road Race on the actual course or on any 5K route! Run either the 1 mi or 5K at anytime during the month of September! Medals provided to all participants T-shirts available for purchase 5K Course - if you want to run this on your own. 5K Course begins at Fay Park goes south on Foster Street to Tahattawan Rd, follows Tahattawan Rd to Harwood Avenue, continuing to Foster Street, and returning to Fay Park. Map of 5K Course  Larger Map of 5K Course View the 5K race (2012) 1 Mile Course - if you want to run this on your own. The 1 Mile Fun Run course begins at Fay Park, goes South on Foster Street to Mill Road, loops back on Foster Street, returning to Fay Park.   Map of 1 Mile Course Contact Us Mailing Address:Littleton Road RaceP.O. Box 183Littleton, MA 01460Email: LittletonTrackMass@gmail.com
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    2020 Virtual Littleton Road Race - 5K
12th Annual Littleton Road RaceSeptember 2020 This year, in light of the COVID-19 crisis, the 12th annual Littleton Road Race will be a virtual race. Run the Littleton Road Race on the actual course or on any 5K route! Run either the 1 mi or 5K at anytime during the month of September! Medals provided to all participants T-shirts available for purchase 5K Course - if you want to run this on your own. 5K Course begins at Fay Park goes south on Foster Street to Tahattawan Rd, follows Tahattawan Rd to Harwood Avenue, continuing to Foster Street, and returning to Fay Park. Map of 5K Course  Larger Map of 5K Course View the 5K race (2012) 1 Mile Course - if you want to run this on your own. The 1 Mile Fun Run course begins at Fay Park, goes South on Foster Street to Mill Road, loops back on Foster Street, returning to Fay Park.   Map of 1 Mile Course Contact Us Mailing Address:Littleton Road RaceP.O. Box 183Littleton, MA 01460Email: LittletonTrackMass@gmail.com
 
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM    After School Tennis and Pickle Ball Programs with Sue Adams - Middle School Mondays
Middle School Tennis Mondays When: Mondays 2:00PM-3:30PM 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19 and 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St) Learn to play tennis or improve the skills you already have. Participants will be grouped according to skill. During every class, a new skill will be taught or emphasized. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8 Cost: $160 R/ $170 NRShaker Lane Tennis Grades 1 & 2 When: Mondays 3:45-4:45PM  9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19, 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Through games and instruction, kids will learn how to play tennis. Minimum: 4Maximum: 8 Cost: $105 R/ $115 NRAfter school Pickleball Club geared for students aged 11 -15:When: Tuesdays 3:00PM-5:00PM 9/22, 9/29, 10/6, 10/13, 10/20 Rain date: 10/27 Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Pickleball is a sport that combines the elements of Badminton, Ping Pong and Tennis. Learn how to play this fast paced game and enjoy two hours of exercise and fun competition! You will be taught how to play the game. After the first two classes, students will start with thirty minutes of drills followed by ninety minutes of Pickleball play.Minimum: 4Maximum: 8  Cost: $75R, $85NRRussell Street Kids Tennis Program When: Wednesdays 2:45PM-4:00PM  9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28 Rain date: TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Learn how to play tennis or improve your tennis strokes. Join us for this fun filled class where one tennis skill will be highlighted every week. Whether you are a beginner or looking to improve your consistency, this class is for you. Groups will be formed based on skill level. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8  Cost: $140R, $150NR Aerobic Tennis for HS studentsWhen: Wednesdays 4:15PM-5:15PM 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14 Rain date: 10/21Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)This one hour active class set to music is geared towards high school students that wish to hit many balls.  Cost: $80 R, $90 NR
 
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM    After School Tennis and Pickle Ball Programs with Sue Adams - Shaker Lane Tennis (Grades 1 & 2)
Middle School Tennis Mondays When: Mondays 2:00PM-3:30PM 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19 and 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St) Learn to play tennis or improve the skills you already have. Participants will be grouped according to skill. During every class, a new skill will be taught or emphasized. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8 Cost: $160 R/ $170 NRShaker Lane Tennis Grades 1 & 2 When: Mondays 3:45-4:45PM  9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19, 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Through games and instruction, kids will learn how to play tennis. Minimum: 4Maximum: 8 Cost: $105 R/ $115 NRAfter school Pickleball Club geared for students aged 11 -15:When: Tuesdays 3:00PM-5:00PM 9/22, 9/29, 10/6, 10/13, 10/20 Rain date: 10/27 Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Pickleball is a sport that combines the elements of Badminton, Ping Pong and Tennis. Learn how to play this fast paced game and enjoy two hours of exercise and fun competition! You will be taught how to play the game. After the first two classes, students will start with thirty minutes of drills followed by ninety minutes of Pickleball play.Minimum: 4Maximum: 8  Cost: $75R, $85NRRussell Street Kids Tennis Program When: Wednesdays 2:45PM-4:00PM  9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28 Rain date: TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Learn how to play tennis or improve your tennis strokes. Join us for this fun filled class where one tennis skill will be highlighted every week. Whether you are a beginner or looking to improve your consistency, this class is for you. Groups will be formed based on skill level. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8  Cost: $140R, $150NR Aerobic Tennis for HS studentsWhen: Wednesdays 4:15PM-5:15PM 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14 Rain date: 10/21Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)This one hour active class set to music is geared towards high school students that wish to hit many balls.  Cost: $80 R, $90 NR
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Littleton Community Tennis - Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the Week
Classes missed because of rain will be made up on Thursday afternoonsLEARN TO PLAY TENNIS & PICKLE BALLPickleball and tennis are among the safest sports today.  For the first two weeks, your child will learn how to play Pickleball.  The following two weeks, your child will learn how to play tennis.  This will be done through instruction, drills and games.  Paddles, racquets and hand sanitizer will be provided.  Wednesday's 7/15-8/5 6:00pm - 7:30pmLOCATION: TOWN HALL TENNIS COURTSU12 Learn to Improve: In this three hour program, you will work on forehands, backhands, volleys and serves while playing games. The last thirty minutes will be devoted to game play such as jail, dead ball and survivor. Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 9:00AM-12:00PM  (MAKE UPS WILL BE FRIDAYS)Session 1: 8/24, 8/25, 8/26 Session 2: 8/31, 9/1, 9/2 $110 R, $120 NR Session 3: 9/8, 9/9 $75 R, $85 NR U12 Hit with the Coach: Mondays & Wednesdays 12:00PM-1:00PM 8/24, 8/26, 8/31, 9/2, 9/9 $50 R, $60 NR Minimum/ Maximum: 3 Drills & Games:Ages 5-7 RED Ball Sundays, 1:30PM-2:45PM During each session, players will hit basic strokes while playing drills and games 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $150 R, $160 NR Drills & Games:Ages 8-12 ORANGE & GREEN Ball Sundays 3:00PM-5:00PMDuring each two hour tennis session, players will practice their tennis basics while playing drills and games. The last hour will be devoted to playing doubles with guidance from the instructor. Min: 4, Max: 8 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $255 R, $265 NRLearn how to play doubles: (13+): In this session, you will learn strategies that will help you play your game well. Each ninety minute session will conclude with thirty minute game play. Students should have taken a learn to-play class prior to taking this clinic. Saturdays 9:00AM-10:30AM 9/19, 9/26, 10/3 $75 R, $85 NR Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the week:Mondays 5:30-6:30PM This one hour class set to music with the intent of keeping you moving, will give you the opportunity to hit many balls while focusing on one part of your game. The first fifteen minutes will warm up all your strokes and the last forty-five minutes will focus on the stroke of the week through active drills and games. 8/31 Forehands & Backhands 9/14 Volleys & Lobs 9/21 Serves and Returns 9/28 Approach Shots Session 1 $80R, $90 NR or $25R/ $35 NR per class 10/5 Footwork, form & follow through 10/19 Overheads & Lobs 10/26 Poaching Session 2 $70R, $80 NR or $25R /$35 NR per class
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Virtual Photography Classes - Virtual Backyard Bird Photography
Introduction to Digital PhotographyThe most important component to taking a great photograph is you, the photographer. In this 2-our introductory class you will learn how to take better pictures with your digital camera, the basic fundamentals of how to use a digital camera, and how to start seeing like a photographer. Photographers with all types of digital cameras are welcome.  Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I Learn about your Digital SLR (DSLR) camera and how to shoot images in the manual modes resulting in better photographs. Topics include: Understanding DSLR features and functions; Understanding Exposure; Understanding Focusing and Depth of Field; and Understanding Composition and Elements of Visual Design and learning how to see like a photographer. There will be shooting homework between sessions. The 6 2-sessions will consist of lectures as well as photo critiques.  Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option - When purchasing Basic Digital Photography I, if you would like to add the Homework Option, please register for the homework activity as well.   The key components to taking great photographs are knowing how to use your camera in manual mode, understanding the principals of composition and the elements of visual design, seeing like a photographer, and practicing taking photographs. This add-on option to the class is designed to help you put into practice all of the things that yo will learn in class. You will be given shooting assignments each week (4 assignments: weeks 2-5) specific to that week's class material. The instructor will then review your work and provide positive and constructive feedback to help you take your work up another notch. The critiques are provided via video and can be downloaded for reviewing as many times as you like. The instructor will be available to answer questions via email. The best way to improve your photography is to learn from photos that worked well, and from photos that did not work so well.  Prerequisite: Participants should have a Digital SLR camera that provides the ability to adjust ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. Backyard Bird Photography In this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs of the birds in your backyard.Topics will include equipment & gear; camera settings; knowing your subject (food, flight pattern, places to land); setting a scene; ethics - photographers and wildlife. The 2 2-hour sessions will include lectures, homework between sessions and photo critiques.   iPhone Photography IIn this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs with your iPhone. Learn how to use its functions to creatively compose shots, expose for great images, and use apps for editing, post-processing and back up. Please note that this course is for Apple iPhones only.Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop for PhotographersLearn how to use Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to organize, manage, edit, print and share photographs. This class is intended for photographers of all levels. You will learn the best ways to import, store, organize and back up your images; the editing tools and techniques for making great images; how to export images for sharing or for printing; and how t print directly from LR. You will benefit more from this class if you already have Lightroom Classic installed and follow along, but it is not required. Lightroom Classic is available in the Adobe Photography Plan which also includes Photoshop. This class consists of 2 4-hour sessions. 
 
Tuesday September 29, 2020
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - OCTOBER ONLY 10 SESSIONS
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
6:00 AM - 7:00 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - SEPTEMBER ONLY 8 SESSIONS
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Long Lake Beach Power Yoga Flow - Long Lake Power Yoga Flow Tuesdays (September)
Instructor: Lelia LearyBegin your day with a powerful yoga flow to awaken the body, build heat and strength and feel energized. Appropriate for all levels, We’ll open with a series of sun salutations to welcome in your practice. A set of standing postures and ground work follows. This yoga sequence is invigorating yet calming. Expect to build strength, flexibility and balance. We close our practice with a final relaxation and some mindfulness meditation allowing to meet your day in a more responsive and less reactive manner. Class is offered at Long Lake Beach!
 
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - NEW CLASS OPTION 9:15am!
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    2020 Virtual Littleton Road Race - 1 Mile
12th Annual Littleton Road RaceSeptember 2020 This year, in light of the COVID-19 crisis, the 12th annual Littleton Road Race will be a virtual race. Run the Littleton Road Race on the actual course or on any 5K route! Run either the 1 mi or 5K at anytime during the month of September! Medals provided to all participants T-shirts available for purchase 5K Course - if you want to run this on your own. 5K Course begins at Fay Park goes south on Foster Street to Tahattawan Rd, follows Tahattawan Rd to Harwood Avenue, continuing to Foster Street, and returning to Fay Park. Map of 5K Course  Larger Map of 5K Course View the 5K race (2012) 1 Mile Course - if you want to run this on your own. The 1 Mile Fun Run course begins at Fay Park, goes South on Foster Street to Mill Road, loops back on Foster Street, returning to Fay Park.   Map of 1 Mile Course Contact Us Mailing Address:Littleton Road RaceP.O. Box 183Littleton, MA 01460Email: LittletonTrackMass@gmail.com
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    2020 Virtual Littleton Road Race - 5K
12th Annual Littleton Road RaceSeptember 2020 This year, in light of the COVID-19 crisis, the 12th annual Littleton Road Race will be a virtual race. Run the Littleton Road Race on the actual course or on any 5K route! Run either the 1 mi or 5K at anytime during the month of September! Medals provided to all participants T-shirts available for purchase 5K Course - if you want to run this on your own. 5K Course begins at Fay Park goes south on Foster Street to Tahattawan Rd, follows Tahattawan Rd to Harwood Avenue, continuing to Foster Street, and returning to Fay Park. Map of 5K Course  Larger Map of 5K Course View the 5K race (2012) 1 Mile Course - if you want to run this on your own. The 1 Mile Fun Run course begins at Fay Park, goes South on Foster Street to Mill Road, loops back on Foster Street, returning to Fay Park.   Map of 1 Mile Course Contact Us Mailing Address:Littleton Road RaceP.O. Box 183Littleton, MA 01460Email: LittletonTrackMass@gmail.com
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Boston Elite Basketball Skill Sessions - Middle School Basketball After School Skills Session for Girls and Boys
Instructors: Terrell Hollins & Kenny SmallAfter school basketball skills sessions for middle school and elementary school boys and girls to better prepare for  and add confidence for their basketball careers!  COVID-19 Policies in placeSKILLS AND DRILLS ONLY!Fall Session for LMS Students (Grades 6-8): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/273:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the Trees$150 Residents/ $160 Non-ResidentsFall Session for Russell Street School Students (Grades 3 - 5): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/27 3:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the TreesRAINOUTS WILL BE MADE UP ON THURSDAY'S- YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED VIA EMAIL REGARDING RAINOUTS- PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAILS BEFORE HEADING TO THE PROGRAM.
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Boston Elite Basketball Skill Sessions - Russell Street Elementary Basketball After School Skills Session for Girls and Boys
Instructors: Terrell Hollins & Kenny SmallAfter school basketball skills sessions for middle school and elementary school boys and girls to better prepare for  and add confidence for their basketball careers!  COVID-19 Policies in placeSKILLS AND DRILLS ONLY!Fall Session for LMS Students (Grades 6-8): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/273:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the Trees$150 Residents/ $160 Non-ResidentsFall Session for Russell Street School Students (Grades 3 - 5): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/27 3:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the TreesRAINOUTS WILL BE MADE UP ON THURSDAY'S- YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED VIA EMAIL REGARDING RAINOUTS- PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAILS BEFORE HEADING TO THE PROGRAM.
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Pickleball - Drop In Pickle Ball- INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
DROP in PICKLEBALL:  Bring your own Racquet if you have one or just show up to play some pickup Pickle ball Games on the Town Courts-  This is a free flowing program where you play in games and enjoy your time in America's Fastest growing sport!  Offered Tuesday's and Thursday's through the end of August.  $5 per session!  Sign up for as many as you'd like!  Enjoy social games of Pickleball, having fun while being safe.  Wear a glove on your non paddle hand, and come ready to play.  Bring a chair, mask (needed for community areas) and your favorite paddle.  Littleton Parks & Rec will supply all the balls.  Sign up today!SENIOR DROP IN PICKLE BALL-Pickleball:  Fridays starting 9/18, 9/25,10/2, 10/9 & 10/1611:00AM-12:00PMTHIS PROGRAM IS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY$5 per day Residents Sign-up in advanceRules:   MASKS needed only for community areas when 6' cannot be maintained and when needing to use bathrooms.   GLOVES need to be worn on both hands if you need to borrow a paddle.  If you own a paddle, you only need to wear a glove on your non-paddle hand.  It can be a disposable glove, cotton glove, golf glove, winter glove, etc...whatever glove is comfortable enough for you to wear while playing. BRING your paddle, chair, hand sanitizer and water bottle/hat.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Virtual Photography Classes - Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option
Introduction to Digital PhotographyThe most important component to taking a great photograph is you, the photographer. In this 2-our introductory class you will learn how to take better pictures with your digital camera, the basic fundamentals of how to use a digital camera, and how to start seeing like a photographer. Photographers with all types of digital cameras are welcome.  Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I Learn about your Digital SLR (DSLR) camera and how to shoot images in the manual modes resulting in better photographs. Topics include: Understanding DSLR features and functions; Understanding Exposure; Understanding Focusing and Depth of Field; and Understanding Composition and Elements of Visual Design and learning how to see like a photographer. There will be shooting homework between sessions. The 6 2-sessions will consist of lectures as well as photo critiques.  Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option - When purchasing Basic Digital Photography I, if you would like to add the Homework Option, please register for the homework activity as well.   The key components to taking great photographs are knowing how to use your camera in manual mode, understanding the principals of composition and the elements of visual design, seeing like a photographer, and practicing taking photographs. This add-on option to the class is designed to help you put into practice all of the things that yo will learn in class. You will be given shooting assignments each week (4 assignments: weeks 2-5) specific to that week's class material. The instructor will then review your work and provide positive and constructive feedback to help you take your work up another notch. The critiques are provided via video and can be downloaded for reviewing as many times as you like. The instructor will be available to answer questions via email. The best way to improve your photography is to learn from photos that worked well, and from photos that did not work so well.  Prerequisite: Participants should have a Digital SLR camera that provides the ability to adjust ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. Backyard Bird Photography In this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs of the birds in your backyard.Topics will include equipment & gear; camera settings; knowing your subject (food, flight pattern, places to land); setting a scene; ethics - photographers and wildlife. The 2 2-hour sessions will include lectures, homework between sessions and photo critiques.   iPhone Photography IIn this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs with your iPhone. Learn how to use its functions to creatively compose shots, expose for great images, and use apps for editing, post-processing and back up. Please note that this course is for Apple iPhones only.Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop for PhotographersLearn how to use Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to organize, manage, edit, print and share photographs. This class is intended for photographers of all levels. You will learn the best ways to import, store, organize and back up your images; the editing tools and techniques for making great images; how to export images for sharing or for printing; and how t print directly from LR. You will benefit more from this class if you already have Lightroom Classic installed and follow along, but it is not required. Lightroom Classic is available in the Adobe Photography Plan which also includes Photoshop. This class consists of 2 4-hour sessions. 
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Virtual Photography Classes - Virtual Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I
Introduction to Digital PhotographyThe most important component to taking a great photograph is you, the photographer. In this 2-our introductory class you will learn how to take better pictures with your digital camera, the basic fundamentals of how to use a digital camera, and how to start seeing like a photographer. Photographers with all types of digital cameras are welcome.  Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I Learn about your Digital SLR (DSLR) camera and how to shoot images in the manual modes resulting in better photographs. Topics include: Understanding DSLR features and functions; Understanding Exposure; Understanding Focusing and Depth of Field; and Understanding Composition and Elements of Visual Design and learning how to see like a photographer. There will be shooting homework between sessions. The 6 2-sessions will consist of lectures as well as photo critiques.  Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option - When purchasing Basic Digital Photography I, if you would like to add the Homework Option, please register for the homework activity as well.   The key components to taking great photographs are knowing how to use your camera in manual mode, understanding the principals of composition and the elements of visual design, seeing like a photographer, and practicing taking photographs. This add-on option to the class is designed to help you put into practice all of the things that yo will learn in class. You will be given shooting assignments each week (4 assignments: weeks 2-5) specific to that week's class material. The instructor will then review your work and provide positive and constructive feedback to help you take your work up another notch. The critiques are provided via video and can be downloaded for reviewing as many times as you like. The instructor will be available to answer questions via email. The best way to improve your photography is to learn from photos that worked well, and from photos that did not work so well.  Prerequisite: Participants should have a Digital SLR camera that provides the ability to adjust ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. Backyard Bird Photography In this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs of the birds in your backyard.Topics will include equipment & gear; camera settings; knowing your subject (food, flight pattern, places to land); setting a scene; ethics - photographers and wildlife. The 2 2-hour sessions will include lectures, homework between sessions and photo critiques.   iPhone Photography IIn this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs with your iPhone. Learn how to use its functions to creatively compose shots, expose for great images, and use apps for editing, post-processing and back up. Please note that this course is for Apple iPhones only.Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop for PhotographersLearn how to use Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to organize, manage, edit, print and share photographs. This class is intended for photographers of all levels. You will learn the best ways to import, store, organize and back up your images; the editing tools and techniques for making great images; how to export images for sharing or for printing; and how t print directly from LR. You will benefit more from this class if you already have Lightroom Classic installed and follow along, but it is not required. Lightroom Classic is available in the Adobe Photography Plan which also includes Photoshop. This class consists of 2 4-hour sessions. 
 
Wednesday September 30, 2020
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    2020 Virtual Littleton Road Race - 1 Mile
12th Annual Littleton Road RaceSeptember 2020 This year, in light of the COVID-19 crisis, the 12th annual Littleton Road Race will be a virtual race. Run the Littleton Road Race on the actual course or on any 5K route! Run either the 1 mi or 5K at anytime during the month of September! Medals provided to all participants T-shirts available for purchase 5K Course - if you want to run this on your own. 5K Course begins at Fay Park goes south on Foster Street to Tahattawan Rd, follows Tahattawan Rd to Harwood Avenue, continuing to Foster Street, and returning to Fay Park. Map of 5K Course  Larger Map of 5K Course View the 5K race (2012) 1 Mile Course - if you want to run this on your own. The 1 Mile Fun Run course begins at Fay Park, goes South on Foster Street to Mill Road, loops back on Foster Street, returning to Fay Park.   Map of 1 Mile Course Contact Us Mailing Address:Littleton Road RaceP.O. Box 183Littleton, MA 01460Email: LittletonTrackMass@gmail.com
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    2020 Virtual Littleton Road Race - 5K
12th Annual Littleton Road RaceSeptember 2020 This year, in light of the COVID-19 crisis, the 12th annual Littleton Road Race will be a virtual race. Run the Littleton Road Race on the actual course or on any 5K route! Run either the 1 mi or 5K at anytime during the month of September! Medals provided to all participants T-shirts available for purchase 5K Course - if you want to run this on your own. 5K Course begins at Fay Park goes south on Foster Street to Tahattawan Rd, follows Tahattawan Rd to Harwood Avenue, continuing to Foster Street, and returning to Fay Park. Map of 5K Course  Larger Map of 5K Course View the 5K race (2012) 1 Mile Course - if you want to run this on your own. The 1 Mile Fun Run course begins at Fay Park, goes South on Foster Street to Mill Road, loops back on Foster Street, returning to Fay Park.   Map of 1 Mile Course Contact Us Mailing Address:Littleton Road RaceP.O. Box 183Littleton, MA 01460Email: LittletonTrackMass@gmail.com
 
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM    After School Tennis and Pickle Ball Programs with Sue Adams - Russell Street Kids Tennis Program (Grades 3-5)
Middle School Tennis Mondays When: Mondays 2:00PM-3:30PM 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19 and 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St) Learn to play tennis or improve the skills you already have. Participants will be grouped according to skill. During every class, a new skill will be taught or emphasized. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8 Cost: $160 R/ $170 NRShaker Lane Tennis Grades 1 & 2 When: Mondays 3:45-4:45PM  9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19, 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Through games and instruction, kids will learn how to play tennis. Minimum: 4Maximum: 8 Cost: $105 R/ $115 NRAfter school Pickleball Club geared for students aged 11 -15:When: Tuesdays 3:00PM-5:00PM 9/22, 9/29, 10/6, 10/13, 10/20 Rain date: 10/27 Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Pickleball is a sport that combines the elements of Badminton, Ping Pong and Tennis. Learn how to play this fast paced game and enjoy two hours of exercise and fun competition! You will be taught how to play the game. After the first two classes, students will start with thirty minutes of drills followed by ninety minutes of Pickleball play.Minimum: 4Maximum: 8  Cost: $75R, $85NRRussell Street Kids Tennis Program When: Wednesdays 2:45PM-4:00PM  9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28 Rain date: TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Learn how to play tennis or improve your tennis strokes. Join us for this fun filled class where one tennis skill will be highlighted every week. Whether you are a beginner or looking to improve your consistency, this class is for you. Groups will be formed based on skill level. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8  Cost: $140R, $150NR Aerobic Tennis for HS studentsWhen: Wednesdays 4:15PM-5:15PM 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14 Rain date: 10/21Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)This one hour active class set to music is geared towards high school students that wish to hit many balls.  Cost: $80 R, $90 NR
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Virtual Mad Science - Virtual Mad Science Lab
Mad Science Lab This multi-week program includes demonstrations, interactive virtual games and home delivered science equipment to use during the virtual classes. Children will supplement grade level appropriate curriculum with activities that teach children to problem solve like a scientist. They will learn about forensics, physics, space, geology, optical illusions and structural engineering. The fun continues off screen with home lab experiments and activities too!Once registered, we will contact you with regards to arranging a time for picking up class materials.Branded Mad Science bag with 8 pieces of science equipment and instructions will be provided by instructor. 
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Ping Pong Club for ages 15 and UP! - Ping Pong Club Wednesday Nights Ages 15 and UP
Come play Ping Pong socially distanced the Multi-Purpose Room in Town offices on Wednesday Nights 7pm-9pm.  It's free play- come challenge your friends or strangers!  Bring your mask and some water and get ready to play the fastest racquet sport in the world!   Minimum of 4 and Maximum of 10Cost:$6 Residents, $7 Non-Residents per session (evening)When: Wednesday Nights 7pm-9pm Where: Multi-Purpose Room Town offices 33 Shattuck St.Sign up for each class in advance or pay at the door.Bring your own racquet or don't we have some for you! We can even set up tournaments on the last night.
 
Thursday October 1, 2020
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - OCTOBER ONLY 10 SESSIONS
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM    Long Lake Beach Power Yoga Flow - Long Lake Power Yoga Flow Thursdays (September)
Instructor: Lelia LearyBegin your day with a powerful yoga flow to awaken the body, build heat and strength and feel energized. Appropriate for all levels, We’ll open with a series of sun salutations to welcome in your practice. A set of standing postures and ground work follows. This yoga sequence is invigorating yet calming. Expect to build strength, flexibility and balance. We close our practice with a final relaxation and some mindfulness meditation allowing to meet your day in a more responsive and less reactive manner. Class is offered at Long Lake Beach!
 
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Single Day Option THURSDAYs for the Month
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
9:00 AM - 7:45 PM    VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & Core Training Pilates - VIRTUAL TOTAL BODY WORKOUT & CORE PILATES
The VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & CORE PilatesGet Fit and Have Fun!By: Susan Robbins  Look your best! Boost your metabolism and strengthen and preserve your muscle tissue with this 60 minute head to toe workout! Learn how to strength train safely. Tone, strengthen your bones, rev up your   metabolism and improve your body composition to less fat and more muscle!   Elevate your mood and your self confidence! This is a great class to break that plateau, mix up your workouts and get the results you have been wanting! CORE Pilates! The second part of the class will work your core with Pilates, for better posture, a flatter tummy and stronger backs! Find your six pack! Don’t miss this dynamic combination! Good health tips for exercise, nutrition and general wellness will be shared every week! Be ready to have fun!  Mental health benefits Improves sleep. Quality sleep is vital for your overall health. Regular activity can help you fall asleep more quickly, sleep more deeply, and wake feeling more energetic and refreshed.Boosts mood and self-confidence. Exercise is a huge stress reliever and the endorphins produced can actually help reduce feelings of sadness, depression, or anxiety. Being active and feeling strong naturally helps you feel more self-confident.Does amazing things for the brain. Activities like Sudoku or crossword puzzles can help keep your brain active, but little comes close to the beneficial effects of exercise on the brain. It can help brain functions as diverse as multitasking and creativity and can help prevent memory loss, cognitive decline, and dementia. Getting active may even help slow the progression of brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease.Come and be ready to have fun! All that is required is a set of weights, a mat and water!     You can start without weights if you wish!                                                                      This class is perfect for the first time exerciser to the fitness enthusiast! You will be given individual attention to ensure that you are getting the most from your workout and exercising safely! FALL SESSION:CLASSES AVAILABLE: SIGN UP AND CHOOSE WHAT FITS YOUR SCHEDULE THAT WEEK ! DO ONE TWO OR THREE CLASSES PER WEEK!CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT 7TH - DECEMBER 21STNO CLASS: LABOR DAY SEPT 7TH, THANKSGIVING, NOV. 26TH OR FRIDAY NOV.27THLAST CLASS: DEC.21ST! MONDAY'S 9:00A.M. AND 6:30P.M.THURSDAY'S 6:45P.M.FRIDAY'S 8:45A.M.ALL CLASSES ARE 1 HOUR IN LENGTH15 CLASSES $225R/ $235NRONCE YOU ENROLL YOU WILL RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINKS TO CLASSES YES, IT'S THAT EASY!NOT SURE IF YOU WILL LIKE VIRTUAL? LET ME KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRY ONE FREE CLASS !  EMAIL US AND WE WILL COORDINATE WITH SUE FOR THE CLASS LINK!SO EASY, SO FUN AND YOU WON'T HAVE TO GO OUT IN THE COLD!All classes must be completed between Sept. 8th and Dec. 21st of 2020BY REGISTERING YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR 15 CLASSES- DATES AND TIMES WILL NOT MATCH YOUR ACTUAL CLASS OPTIONSQUESTIONS: CALL 978-540-2490 or littletonrec@littletonma.orgLOOKING FORWARD TO ZOOMING WITH YOU!
 
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - NEW CLASS OPTION 9:15am!
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Youth Archery - AFTER SCHOOL Archery for GRADES 6-8
AFTER SCHOOL Archery with On-Site Archery! Location: Fay Park2 age levels: Grades 6-8 & Grades 3-5Instructor: Bob WaitOn Site Archery BS UMass Certified USA Archery Level 3 National Training System Coach Bob has been providing archery programs for recreation departments, public and private schools for the past 8 + years. Started JOAD club archery program in 2016Beginners and all skill levels welcome. Archery program is taught by a certified USA archery level 3 coach form On Site Archery. You will learn proper archery range procedures, safety and how to shoot a bow and arrow through a step by step approach.  2 archers can shoot on a target mat , but shooting at least 6 feet apart from each other.  One target cone at least 6 feet or more in front of the the target. Only one archer is pulling arrows at a time.  The other archer either waits behind the cone for physical distancing or goes to collect any missed arrows behind the target.  Kids sanitize hands before and after class.  Sanitizer will be accessible behind every target to be used anytime the archers want it during class .  12 max Grades 6-8 Thursdays 2:00pm-3:00pm at Fay ParkGrades 3-5 Thursdays 3:30pm-4:30pm at Fay ParkSeptember 24th-October 29th
 
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    Youth Archery - AFTER SCHOOL Archery for GRADES 3-5
AFTER SCHOOL Archery with On-Site Archery! Location: Fay Park2 age levels: Grades 6-8 & Grades 3-5Instructor: Bob WaitOn Site Archery BS UMass Certified USA Archery Level 3 National Training System Coach Bob has been providing archery programs for recreation departments, public and private schools for the past 8 + years. Started JOAD club archery program in 2016Beginners and all skill levels welcome. Archery program is taught by a certified USA archery level 3 coach form On Site Archery. You will learn proper archery range procedures, safety and how to shoot a bow and arrow through a step by step approach.  2 archers can shoot on a target mat , but shooting at least 6 feet apart from each other.  One target cone at least 6 feet or more in front of the the target. Only one archer is pulling arrows at a time.  The other archer either waits behind the cone for physical distancing or goes to collect any missed arrows behind the target.  Kids sanitize hands before and after class.  Sanitizer will be accessible behind every target to be used anytime the archers want it during class .  12 max Grades 6-8 Thursdays 2:00pm-3:00pm at Fay ParkGrades 3-5 Thursdays 3:30pm-4:30pm at Fay ParkSeptember 24th-October 29th
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Parks and Rec Adventures - Fall 2020 3-5
Instructors: Rachele Carbutt and Program Aid Each week will consist of a different excursion into nature around Littleton! We are eliminating van usage for this round of adventures and adopting a drop off and pickup at trip location this session. You must be able to drop off and pickup your child from our location that week in order to enroll in this program.  This program is designed for supervised nature exploration paired with games and crafts. We aim to enrich your child's outdoor time with fun and create a positive relationship between them and the outdoors! Face masks are required and social distancing regulation will be met in accordance with the state guidance on outdoor programming. At this time there was not enough to run the K-2 Grades on Tuesdays for the session starting 9/29. However, if you would like to join, we are open to having your K-2 grader join in with the Thursday group of Grades 3-5. Please call us and we can add them to the roster.Tuesdays: Grades K-2Thursdays: Grades 3-53:30pm - 5:30pmFall 2020 - Grades K-2 GroupSeptember 29 - Prouty Woods October 6 - Newtown HillOctober 13 - George and Lucy YappOctober 20 - Long Lake ParkOctober 27 - Oak HillFall 2020 - Grades 3-5 GroupOctober 1 - Oak HillOctober 8 - Long Lake ParkOctober 15 - George and Lucy YappOctober 22 - New Town Hill October 29 - Prouty WoodsTake a look at our adventures from the last 2 years!!!Spring 2019 https://youtu.be/4mYxv-1q1w8 Fall 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Tm3TKG1cfsIf your child does not have medical records on file at the Parks and Rec office, please fill them out here:https://www.littletonma.org/parks-recreation/forms-documents/pages/required-If a day is cancelled due to inclement weather, we will schedule a makeup date that works for everyone. If a makeup date cannot be scheduled we will proceed with our department refund policy: https://www.littletonma.org/parks-recreation/community-education/pages/register-classes-and-programs
 
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Pickleball - Drop In Pickle Ball- INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
DROP in PICKLEBALL:  Bring your own Racquet if you have one or just show up to play some pickup Pickle ball Games on the Town Courts-  This is a free flowing program where you play in games and enjoy your time in America's Fastest growing sport!  Offered Tuesday's and Thursday's through the end of August.  $5 per session!  Sign up for as many as you'd like!  Enjoy social games of Pickleball, having fun while being safe.  Wear a glove on your non paddle hand, and come ready to play.  Bring a chair, mask (needed for community areas) and your favorite paddle.  Littleton Parks & Rec will supply all the balls.  Sign up today!SENIOR DROP IN PICKLE BALL-Pickleball:  Fridays starting 9/18, 9/25,10/2, 10/9 & 10/1611:00AM-12:00PMTHIS PROGRAM IS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY$5 per day Residents Sign-up in advanceRules:   MASKS needed only for community areas when 6' cannot be maintained and when needing to use bathrooms.   GLOVES need to be worn on both hands if you need to borrow a paddle.  If you own a paddle, you only need to wear a glove on your non-paddle hand.  It can be a disposable glove, cotton glove, golf glove, winter glove, etc...whatever glove is comfortable enough for you to wear while playing. BRING your paddle, chair, hand sanitizer and water bottle/hat.  
 
Friday October 2, 2020
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Single Day Option FRIDAYS for the Month
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
9:00 AM - 7:45 PM    VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & Core Training Pilates - VIRTUAL TOTAL BODY WORKOUT & CORE PILATES
The VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & CORE PilatesGet Fit and Have Fun!By: Susan Robbins  Look your best! Boost your metabolism and strengthen and preserve your muscle tissue with this 60 minute head to toe workout! Learn how to strength train safely. Tone, strengthen your bones, rev up your   metabolism and improve your body composition to less fat and more muscle!   Elevate your mood and your self confidence! This is a great class to break that plateau, mix up your workouts and get the results you have been wanting! CORE Pilates! The second part of the class will work your core with Pilates, for better posture, a flatter tummy and stronger backs! Find your six pack! Don’t miss this dynamic combination! Good health tips for exercise, nutrition and general wellness will be shared every week! Be ready to have fun!  Mental health benefits Improves sleep. Quality sleep is vital for your overall health. Regular activity can help you fall asleep more quickly, sleep more deeply, and wake feeling more energetic and refreshed.Boosts mood and self-confidence. Exercise is a huge stress reliever and the endorphins produced can actually help reduce feelings of sadness, depression, or anxiety. Being active and feeling strong naturally helps you feel more self-confident.Does amazing things for the brain. Activities like Sudoku or crossword puzzles can help keep your brain active, but little comes close to the beneficial effects of exercise on the brain. It can help brain functions as diverse as multitasking and creativity and can help prevent memory loss, cognitive decline, and dementia. Getting active may even help slow the progression of brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease.Come and be ready to have fun! All that is required is a set of weights, a mat and water!     You can start without weights if you wish!                                                                      This class is perfect for the first time exerciser to the fitness enthusiast! You will be given individual attention to ensure that you are getting the most from your workout and exercising safely! FALL SESSION:CLASSES AVAILABLE: SIGN UP AND CHOOSE WHAT FITS YOUR SCHEDULE THAT WEEK ! DO ONE TWO OR THREE CLASSES PER WEEK!CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT 7TH - DECEMBER 21STNO CLASS: LABOR DAY SEPT 7TH, THANKSGIVING, NOV. 26TH OR FRIDAY NOV.27THLAST CLASS: DEC.21ST! MONDAY'S 9:00A.M. AND 6:30P.M.THURSDAY'S 6:45P.M.FRIDAY'S 8:45A.M.ALL CLASSES ARE 1 HOUR IN LENGTH15 CLASSES $225R/ $235NRONCE YOU ENROLL YOU WILL RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINKS TO CLASSES YES, IT'S THAT EASY!NOT SURE IF YOU WILL LIKE VIRTUAL? LET ME KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRY ONE FREE CLASS !  EMAIL US AND WE WILL COORDINATE WITH SUE FOR THE CLASS LINK!SO EASY, SO FUN AND YOU WON'T HAVE TO GO OUT IN THE COLD!All classes must be completed between Sept. 8th and Dec. 21st of 2020BY REGISTERING YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR 15 CLASSES- DATES AND TIMES WILL NOT MATCH YOUR ACTUAL CLASS OPTIONSQUESTIONS: CALL 978-540-2490 or littletonrec@littletonma.orgLOOKING FORWARD TO ZOOMING WITH YOU!
 
3:30 PM - 4:45 PM    Virtual Circuit Makers 101 - Virtual Circuit Lab 101
Let's get creative with electricity! In this junior hands-on electronics class, students will gain experience with creating their own electronics; designing custom light-up greeting cards, electric games, mazes , and more. Each class day consists of a circuitry lesson and hands-on electronics projects, using components like wires, lights, switches, and motors. Circuit Lab staff will make sure participants create many projects that they can be proud of, and each class day includes a project t keep.Students will need a laptop and Zoom account to access the class online.Students will need to have access to: Scotch tape Scissors Pliers Several Washable Markers Stickers (optional for decoration)
 
Saturday October 3, 2020
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Family Forest Walks - Fall Forest Walk
$12 per personMasks are mandatory and we will be socially distanced on our walk. This program is intended for families with kids in grades K-5. If you are interested and have a child outside that age range please contact us first and we can discuss the forest walk and your child!Join PRCE Program Coordinator, Rachele, for a walk through Yapp Conservation land! We will stop at the large rock structure on the trail and get outside together!This is not a drop off program, caregivers will be joining their children! 
 
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Littleton Community Tennis - Learn to Play Double ages 13 and UP
Classes missed because of rain will be made up on Thursday afternoonsLEARN TO PLAY TENNIS & PICKLE BALLPickleball and tennis are among the safest sports today.  For the first two weeks, your child will learn how to play Pickleball.  The following two weeks, your child will learn how to play tennis.  This will be done through instruction, drills and games.  Paddles, racquets and hand sanitizer will be provided.  Wednesday's 7/15-8/5 6:00pm - 7:30pmLOCATION: TOWN HALL TENNIS COURTSU12 Learn to Improve: In this three hour program, you will work on forehands, backhands, volleys and serves while playing games. The last thirty minutes will be devoted to game play such as jail, dead ball and survivor. Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 9:00AM-12:00PM  (MAKE UPS WILL BE FRIDAYS)Session 1: 8/24, 8/25, 8/26 Session 2: 8/31, 9/1, 9/2 $110 R, $120 NR Session 3: 9/8, 9/9 $75 R, $85 NR U12 Hit with the Coach: Mondays & Wednesdays 12:00PM-1:00PM 8/24, 8/26, 8/31, 9/2, 9/9 $50 R, $60 NR Minimum/ Maximum: 3 Drills & Games:Ages 5-7 RED Ball Sundays, 1:30PM-2:45PM During each session, players will hit basic strokes while playing drills and games 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $150 R, $160 NR Drills & Games:Ages 8-12 ORANGE & GREEN Ball Sundays 3:00PM-5:00PMDuring each two hour tennis session, players will practice their tennis basics while playing drills and games. The last hour will be devoted to playing doubles with guidance from the instructor. Min: 4, Max: 8 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $255 R, $265 NRLearn how to play doubles: (13+): In this session, you will learn strategies that will help you play your game well. Each ninety minute session will conclude with thirty minute game play. Students should have taken a learn to-play class prior to taking this clinic. Saturdays 9:00AM-10:30AM 9/19, 9/26, 10/3 $75 R, $85 NR Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the week:Mondays 5:30-6:30PM This one hour class set to music with the intent of keeping you moving, will give you the opportunity to hit many balls while focusing on one part of your game. The first fifteen minutes will warm up all your strokes and the last forty-five minutes will focus on the stroke of the week through active drills and games. 8/31 Forehands & Backhands 9/14 Volleys & Lobs 9/21 Serves and Returns 9/28 Approach Shots Session 1 $80R, $90 NR or $25R/ $35 NR per class 10/5 Footwork, form & follow through 10/19 Overheads & Lobs 10/26 Poaching Session 2 $70R, $80 NR or $25R /$35 NR per class
 
Sunday October 4, 2020
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM    Introduction to Cross Country Running (YOUTH) - Introduction to Cross Country Running (4th- 6th Grade)
Description:  (4th-6th grade) This course is intended to introduce 4th, 5th and 6th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods. Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for  runners and will include runs of up to two miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group). Description: (7th and 8th grade)  This course is intended to introduce 7th and 8th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods.  Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for runners and will include runs of up to 3-5 miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group).  Sessions will also introduce runners to XC specific running workouts that include a focus on speed, strength, and endurance. Instructor:  Ted PainterTed Painter is an RRCA and USATF certified running coach and Littleton High School Cross Country and Track & Field running coach (League and District champions, 3rd place State Championship finishers). He has run over 40 marathons and ultra marathons and has qualified for and ran in the last ten consecutive Boston Marathons.  https://www.facebook.com/paintermarathoncoaching Location:  Fay Park/Prouty Woods Trails/Russell St. Track.  Other Littleton trails may also be used.  Prerequisites:  Participants should be accustomed to a relatively active lifestyle that includes outdoor activities.  The ability to run the distances included in descriptions above will be helpful. Dates & Times:  2 Sessions!Session 1:  6 Sundays, August 30th-October 4th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00Session 2:  6 Sundays, October 11th-November 15th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00 Prerequisites:Participants should be able to run/jog two-three miles without stopping.Cost: $100 R/ $110 NR
 
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM    Introduction to Cross Country Running (YOUTH) - Introduction to Cross Country Running (7th- 9th Grade)
Description:  (4th-6th grade) This course is intended to introduce 4th, 5th and 6th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods. Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for  runners and will include runs of up to two miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group). Description: (7th and 8th grade)  This course is intended to introduce 7th and 8th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods.  Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for runners and will include runs of up to 3-5 miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group).  Sessions will also introduce runners to XC specific running workouts that include a focus on speed, strength, and endurance. Instructor:  Ted PainterTed Painter is an RRCA and USATF certified running coach and Littleton High School Cross Country and Track & Field running coach (League and District champions, 3rd place State Championship finishers). He has run over 40 marathons and ultra marathons and has qualified for and ran in the last ten consecutive Boston Marathons.  https://www.facebook.com/paintermarathoncoaching Location:  Fay Park/Prouty Woods Trails/Russell St. Track.  Other Littleton trails may also be used.  Prerequisites:  Participants should be accustomed to a relatively active lifestyle that includes outdoor activities.  The ability to run the distances included in descriptions above will be helpful. Dates & Times:  2 Sessions!Session 1:  6 Sundays, August 30th-October 4th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00Session 2:  6 Sundays, October 11th-November 15th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00 Prerequisites:Participants should be able to run/jog two-three miles without stopping.Cost: $100 R/ $110 NR
 
1:30 PM - 2:45 PM    Littleton Community Tennis - Drills and Games ages 5-7
Classes missed because of rain will be made up on Thursday afternoonsLEARN TO PLAY TENNIS & PICKLE BALLPickleball and tennis are among the safest sports today.  For the first two weeks, your child will learn how to play Pickleball.  The following two weeks, your child will learn how to play tennis.  This will be done through instruction, drills and games.  Paddles, racquets and hand sanitizer will be provided.  Wednesday's 7/15-8/5 6:00pm - 7:30pmLOCATION: TOWN HALL TENNIS COURTSU12 Learn to Improve: In this three hour program, you will work on forehands, backhands, volleys and serves while playing games. The last thirty minutes will be devoted to game play such as jail, dead ball and survivor. Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 9:00AM-12:00PM  (MAKE UPS WILL BE FRIDAYS)Session 1: 8/24, 8/25, 8/26 Session 2: 8/31, 9/1, 9/2 $110 R, $120 NR Session 3: 9/8, 9/9 $75 R, $85 NR U12 Hit with the Coach: Mondays & Wednesdays 12:00PM-1:00PM 8/24, 8/26, 8/31, 9/2, 9/9 $50 R, $60 NR Minimum/ Maximum: 3 Drills & Games:Ages 5-7 RED Ball Sundays, 1:30PM-2:45PM During each session, players will hit basic strokes while playing drills and games 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $150 R, $160 NR Drills & Games:Ages 8-12 ORANGE & GREEN Ball Sundays 3:00PM-5:00PMDuring each two hour tennis session, players will practice their tennis basics while playing drills and games. The last hour will be devoted to playing doubles with guidance from the instructor. Min: 4, Max: 8 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $255 R, $265 NRLearn how to play doubles: (13+): In this session, you will learn strategies that will help you play your game well. Each ninety minute session will conclude with thirty minute game play. Students should have taken a learn to-play class prior to taking this clinic. Saturdays 9:00AM-10:30AM 9/19, 9/26, 10/3 $75 R, $85 NR Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the week:Mondays 5:30-6:30PM This one hour class set to music with the intent of keeping you moving, will give you the opportunity to hit many balls while focusing on one part of your game. The first fifteen minutes will warm up all your strokes and the last forty-five minutes will focus on the stroke of the week through active drills and games. 8/31 Forehands & Backhands 9/14 Volleys & Lobs 9/21 Serves and Returns 9/28 Approach Shots Session 1 $80R, $90 NR or $25R/ $35 NR per class 10/5 Footwork, form & follow through 10/19 Overheads & Lobs 10/26 Poaching Session 2 $70R, $80 NR or $25R /$35 NR per class
 
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM    Field Hockey Clinic (Youth) - Field Hockey Clinic for Girls Grades 3-5
Instructor: Bethany DeLollis Current Littleton resident and mom. Teacher in Acton-Boxborough for 12 years. Bethany coached the Junior High field hockey team in Littleton last year and will continue to coach at the JV level this season.Program Desctription:Young athletes will learn the basics about the game of field hockey with fun drills and games. Girls will be split up by ability. New players will work on the fundamentals. Experienced players will have an opportunity to learn new skills and scrimmage.All clinic participants must come with a mouth guard & shin guards. Please bring stick if you have one. I do have some for girls to borrow. Wear cleats or sneakers and bring a water bottle.For: Girls Entering 3rd-5th GradeWhen: Sunday Afternoons 2:00pm- 3:15pm September 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $135 R/ $145 NRFor: Girls Entering Middle School Grades 6-8When: Sunday Afternoons: 3:30pm- 5:00pmSeptember 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $150 R/ $160 NRLocation: Alumni Field
 
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Littleton Community Tennis - Drills and Games ages 8-12
Classes missed because of rain will be made up on Thursday afternoonsLEARN TO PLAY TENNIS & PICKLE BALLPickleball and tennis are among the safest sports today.  For the first two weeks, your child will learn how to play Pickleball.  The following two weeks, your child will learn how to play tennis.  This will be done through instruction, drills and games.  Paddles, racquets and hand sanitizer will be provided.  Wednesday's 7/15-8/5 6:00pm - 7:30pmLOCATION: TOWN HALL TENNIS COURTSU12 Learn to Improve: In this three hour program, you will work on forehands, backhands, volleys and serves while playing games. The last thirty minutes will be devoted to game play such as jail, dead ball and survivor. Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 9:00AM-12:00PM  (MAKE UPS WILL BE FRIDAYS)Session 1: 8/24, 8/25, 8/26 Session 2: 8/31, 9/1, 9/2 $110 R, $120 NR Session 3: 9/8, 9/9 $75 R, $85 NR U12 Hit with the Coach: Mondays & Wednesdays 12:00PM-1:00PM 8/24, 8/26, 8/31, 9/2, 9/9 $50 R, $60 NR Minimum/ Maximum: 3 Drills & Games:Ages 5-7 RED Ball Sundays, 1:30PM-2:45PM During each session, players will hit basic strokes while playing drills and games 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $150 R, $160 NR Drills & Games:Ages 8-12 ORANGE & GREEN Ball Sundays 3:00PM-5:00PMDuring each two hour tennis session, players will practice their tennis basics while playing drills and games. The last hour will be devoted to playing doubles with guidance from the instructor. Min: 4, Max: 8 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $255 R, $265 NRLearn how to play doubles: (13+): In this session, you will learn strategies that will help you play your game well. Each ninety minute session will conclude with thirty minute game play. Students should have taken a learn to-play class prior to taking this clinic. Saturdays 9:00AM-10:30AM 9/19, 9/26, 10/3 $75 R, $85 NR Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the week:Mondays 5:30-6:30PM This one hour class set to music with the intent of keeping you moving, will give you the opportunity to hit many balls while focusing on one part of your game. The first fifteen minutes will warm up all your strokes and the last forty-five minutes will focus on the stroke of the week through active drills and games. 8/31 Forehands & Backhands 9/14 Volleys & Lobs 9/21 Serves and Returns 9/28 Approach Shots Session 1 $80R, $90 NR or $25R/ $35 NR per class 10/5 Footwork, form & follow through 10/19 Overheads & Lobs 10/26 Poaching Session 2 $70R, $80 NR or $25R /$35 NR per class
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Field Hockey Clinic (Youth) - Field Hockey Clinic for Girls Grades 6-8
Instructor: Bethany DeLollis Current Littleton resident and mom. Teacher in Acton-Boxborough for 12 years. Bethany coached the Junior High field hockey team in Littleton last year and will continue to coach at the JV level this season.Program Desctription:Young athletes will learn the basics about the game of field hockey with fun drills and games. Girls will be split up by ability. New players will work on the fundamentals. Experienced players will have an opportunity to learn new skills and scrimmage.All clinic participants must come with a mouth guard & shin guards. Please bring stick if you have one. I do have some for girls to borrow. Wear cleats or sneakers and bring a water bottle.For: Girls Entering 3rd-5th GradeWhen: Sunday Afternoons 2:00pm- 3:15pm September 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $135 R/ $145 NRFor: Girls Entering Middle School Grades 6-8When: Sunday Afternoons: 3:30pm- 5:00pmSeptember 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $150 R/ $160 NRLocation: Alumni Field
 
5:05 PM - 6:45 PM    Pickleball - Drop In Pickle Ball- INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
DROP in PICKLEBALL:  Bring your own Racquet if you have one or just show up to play some pickup Pickle ball Games on the Town Courts-  This is a free flowing program where you play in games and enjoy your time in America's Fastest growing sport!  Offered Tuesday's and Thursday's through the end of August.  $5 per session!  Sign up for as many as you'd like!  Enjoy social games of Pickleball, having fun while being safe.  Wear a glove on your non paddle hand, and come ready to play.  Bring a chair, mask (needed for community areas) and your favorite paddle.  Littleton Parks & Rec will supply all the balls.  Sign up today!SENIOR DROP IN PICKLE BALL-Pickleball:  Fridays starting 9/18, 9/25,10/2, 10/9 & 10/1611:00AM-12:00PMTHIS PROGRAM IS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY$5 per day Residents Sign-up in advanceRules:   MASKS needed only for community areas when 6' cannot be maintained and when needing to use bathrooms.   GLOVES need to be worn on both hands if you need to borrow a paddle.  If you own a paddle, you only need to wear a glove on your non-paddle hand.  It can be a disposable glove, cotton glove, golf glove, winter glove, etc...whatever glove is comfortable enough for you to wear while playing. BRING your paddle, chair, hand sanitizer and water bottle/hat.  
 
Monday October 5, 2020
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Single Day Option MONDAY for the Month
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
9:00 AM - 7:45 PM    VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & Core Training Pilates - VIRTUAL TOTAL BODY WORKOUT & CORE PILATES
The VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & CORE PilatesGet Fit and Have Fun!By: Susan Robbins  Look your best! Boost your metabolism and strengthen and preserve your muscle tissue with this 60 minute head to toe workout! Learn how to strength train safely. Tone, strengthen your bones, rev up your   metabolism and improve your body composition to less fat and more muscle!   Elevate your mood and your self confidence! This is a great class to break that plateau, mix up your workouts and get the results you have been wanting! CORE Pilates! The second part of the class will work your core with Pilates, for better posture, a flatter tummy and stronger backs! Find your six pack! Don’t miss this dynamic combination! Good health tips for exercise, nutrition and general wellness will be shared every week! Be ready to have fun!  Mental health benefits Improves sleep. Quality sleep is vital for your overall health. Regular activity can help you fall asleep more quickly, sleep more deeply, and wake feeling more energetic and refreshed.Boosts mood and self-confidence. Exercise is a huge stress reliever and the endorphins produced can actually help reduce feelings of sadness, depression, or anxiety. Being active and feeling strong naturally helps you feel more self-confident.Does amazing things for the brain. Activities like Sudoku or crossword puzzles can help keep your brain active, but little comes close to the beneficial effects of exercise on the brain. It can help brain functions as diverse as multitasking and creativity and can help prevent memory loss, cognitive decline, and dementia. Getting active may even help slow the progression of brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease.Come and be ready to have fun! All that is required is a set of weights, a mat and water!     You can start without weights if you wish!                                                                      This class is perfect for the first time exerciser to the fitness enthusiast! You will be given individual attention to ensure that you are getting the most from your workout and exercising safely! FALL SESSION:CLASSES AVAILABLE: SIGN UP AND CHOOSE WHAT FITS YOUR SCHEDULE THAT WEEK ! DO ONE TWO OR THREE CLASSES PER WEEK!CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT 7TH - DECEMBER 21STNO CLASS: LABOR DAY SEPT 7TH, THANKSGIVING, NOV. 26TH OR FRIDAY NOV.27THLAST CLASS: DEC.21ST! MONDAY'S 9:00A.M. AND 6:30P.M.THURSDAY'S 6:45P.M.FRIDAY'S 8:45A.M.ALL CLASSES ARE 1 HOUR IN LENGTH15 CLASSES $225R/ $235NRONCE YOU ENROLL YOU WILL RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINKS TO CLASSES YES, IT'S THAT EASY!NOT SURE IF YOU WILL LIKE VIRTUAL? LET ME KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRY ONE FREE CLASS !  EMAIL US AND WE WILL COORDINATE WITH SUE FOR THE CLASS LINK!SO EASY, SO FUN AND YOU WON'T HAVE TO GO OUT IN THE COLD!All classes must be completed between Sept. 8th and Dec. 21st of 2020BY REGISTERING YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR 15 CLASSES- DATES AND TIMES WILL NOT MATCH YOUR ACTUAL CLASS OPTIONSQUESTIONS: CALL 978-540-2490 or littletonrec@littletonma.orgLOOKING FORWARD TO ZOOMING WITH YOU!
 
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM    Pickleball - Drop In Pickle Ball- BEGINNER LEVEL
DROP in PICKLEBALL:  Bring your own Racquet if you have one or just show up to play some pickup Pickle ball Games on the Town Courts-  This is a free flowing program where you play in games and enjoy your time in America's Fastest growing sport!  Offered Tuesday's and Thursday's through the end of August.  $5 per session!  Sign up for as many as you'd like!  Enjoy social games of Pickleball, having fun while being safe.  Wear a glove on your non paddle hand, and come ready to play.  Bring a chair, mask (needed for community areas) and your favorite paddle.  Littleton Parks & Rec will supply all the balls.  Sign up today!SENIOR DROP IN PICKLE BALL-Pickleball:  Fridays starting 9/18, 9/25,10/2, 10/9 & 10/1611:00AM-12:00PMTHIS PROGRAM IS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY$5 per day Residents Sign-up in advanceRules:   MASKS needed only for community areas when 6' cannot be maintained and when needing to use bathrooms.   GLOVES need to be worn on both hands if you need to borrow a paddle.  If you own a paddle, you only need to wear a glove on your non-paddle hand.  It can be a disposable glove, cotton glove, golf glove, winter glove, etc...whatever glove is comfortable enough for you to wear while playing. BRING your paddle, chair, hand sanitizer and water bottle/hat.  
 
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM    After School Tennis and Pickle Ball Programs with Sue Adams - Middle School Mondays
Middle School Tennis Mondays When: Mondays 2:00PM-3:30PM 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19 and 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St) Learn to play tennis or improve the skills you already have. Participants will be grouped according to skill. During every class, a new skill will be taught or emphasized. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8 Cost: $160 R/ $170 NRShaker Lane Tennis Grades 1 & 2 When: Mondays 3:45-4:45PM  9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19, 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Through games and instruction, kids will learn how to play tennis. Minimum: 4Maximum: 8 Cost: $105 R/ $115 NRAfter school Pickleball Club geared for students aged 11 -15:When: Tuesdays 3:00PM-5:00PM 9/22, 9/29, 10/6, 10/13, 10/20 Rain date: 10/27 Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Pickleball is a sport that combines the elements of Badminton, Ping Pong and Tennis. Learn how to play this fast paced game and enjoy two hours of exercise and fun competition! You will be taught how to play the game. After the first two classes, students will start with thirty minutes of drills followed by ninety minutes of Pickleball play.Minimum: 4Maximum: 8  Cost: $75R, $85NRRussell Street Kids Tennis Program When: Wednesdays 2:45PM-4:00PM  9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28 Rain date: TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Learn how to play tennis or improve your tennis strokes. Join us for this fun filled class where one tennis skill will be highlighted every week. Whether you are a beginner or looking to improve your consistency, this class is for you. Groups will be formed based on skill level. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8  Cost: $140R, $150NR Aerobic Tennis for HS studentsWhen: Wednesdays 4:15PM-5:15PM 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14 Rain date: 10/21Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)This one hour active class set to music is geared towards high school students that wish to hit many balls.  Cost: $80 R, $90 NR
 
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM    After School Tennis and Pickle Ball Programs with Sue Adams - Shaker Lane Tennis (Grades 1 & 2)
Middle School Tennis Mondays When: Mondays 2:00PM-3:30PM 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19 and 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St) Learn to play tennis or improve the skills you already have. Participants will be grouped according to skill. During every class, a new skill will be taught or emphasized. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8 Cost: $160 R/ $170 NRShaker Lane Tennis Grades 1 & 2 When: Mondays 3:45-4:45PM  9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19, 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Through games and instruction, kids will learn how to play tennis. Minimum: 4Maximum: 8 Cost: $105 R/ $115 NRAfter school Pickleball Club geared for students aged 11 -15:When: Tuesdays 3:00PM-5:00PM 9/22, 9/29, 10/6, 10/13, 10/20 Rain date: 10/27 Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Pickleball is a sport that combines the elements of Badminton, Ping Pong and Tennis. Learn how to play this fast paced game and enjoy two hours of exercise and fun competition! You will be taught how to play the game. After the first two classes, students will start with thirty minutes of drills followed by ninety minutes of Pickleball play.Minimum: 4Maximum: 8  Cost: $75R, $85NRRussell Street Kids Tennis Program When: Wednesdays 2:45PM-4:00PM  9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28 Rain date: TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Learn how to play tennis or improve your tennis strokes. Join us for this fun filled class where one tennis skill will be highlighted every week. Whether you are a beginner or looking to improve your consistency, this class is for you. Groups will be formed based on skill level. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8  Cost: $140R, $150NR Aerobic Tennis for HS studentsWhen: Wednesdays 4:15PM-5:15PM 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14 Rain date: 10/21Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)This one hour active class set to music is geared towards high school students that wish to hit many balls.  Cost: $80 R, $90 NR
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Littleton Community Tennis - Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the Week
Classes missed because of rain will be made up on Thursday afternoonsLEARN TO PLAY TENNIS & PICKLE BALLPickleball and tennis are among the safest sports today.  For the first two weeks, your child will learn how to play Pickleball.  The following two weeks, your child will learn how to play tennis.  This will be done through instruction, drills and games.  Paddles, racquets and hand sanitizer will be provided.  Wednesday's 7/15-8/5 6:00pm - 7:30pmLOCATION: TOWN HALL TENNIS COURTSU12 Learn to Improve: In this three hour program, you will work on forehands, backhands, volleys and serves while playing games. The last thirty minutes will be devoted to game play such as jail, dead ball and survivor. Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 9:00AM-12:00PM  (MAKE UPS WILL BE FRIDAYS)Session 1: 8/24, 8/25, 8/26 Session 2: 8/31, 9/1, 9/2 $110 R, $120 NR Session 3: 9/8, 9/9 $75 R, $85 NR U12 Hit with the Coach: Mondays & Wednesdays 12:00PM-1:00PM 8/24, 8/26, 8/31, 9/2, 9/9 $50 R, $60 NR Minimum/ Maximum: 3 Drills & Games:Ages 5-7 RED Ball Sundays, 1:30PM-2:45PM During each session, players will hit basic strokes while playing drills and games 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $150 R, $160 NR Drills & Games:Ages 8-12 ORANGE & GREEN Ball Sundays 3:00PM-5:00PMDuring each two hour tennis session, players will practice their tennis basics while playing drills and games. The last hour will be devoted to playing doubles with guidance from the instructor. Min: 4, Max: 8 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $255 R, $265 NRLearn how to play doubles: (13+): In this session, you will learn strategies that will help you play your game well. Each ninety minute session will conclude with thirty minute game play. Students should have taken a learn to-play class prior to taking this clinic. Saturdays 9:00AM-10:30AM 9/19, 9/26, 10/3 $75 R, $85 NR Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the week:Mondays 5:30-6:30PM This one hour class set to music with the intent of keeping you moving, will give you the opportunity to hit many balls while focusing on one part of your game. The first fifteen minutes will warm up all your strokes and the last forty-five minutes will focus on the stroke of the week through active drills and games. 8/31 Forehands & Backhands 9/14 Volleys & Lobs 9/21 Serves and Returns 9/28 Approach Shots Session 1 $80R, $90 NR or $25R/ $35 NR per class 10/5 Footwork, form & follow through 10/19 Overheads & Lobs 10/26 Poaching Session 2 $70R, $80 NR or $25R /$35 NR per class
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Virtual Photography Classes - Virtual Backyard Bird Photography
Introduction to Digital PhotographyThe most important component to taking a great photograph is you, the photographer. In this 2-our introductory class you will learn how to take better pictures with your digital camera, the basic fundamentals of how to use a digital camera, and how to start seeing like a photographer. Photographers with all types of digital cameras are welcome.  Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I Learn about your Digital SLR (DSLR) camera and how to shoot images in the manual modes resulting in better photographs. Topics include: Understanding DSLR features and functions; Understanding Exposure; Understanding Focusing and Depth of Field; and Understanding Composition and Elements of Visual Design and learning how to see like a photographer. There will be shooting homework between sessions. The 6 2-sessions will consist of lectures as well as photo critiques.  Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option - When purchasing Basic Digital Photography I, if you would like to add the Homework Option, please register for the homework activity as well.   The key components to taking great photographs are knowing how to use your camera in manual mode, understanding the principals of composition and the elements of visual design, seeing like a photographer, and practicing taking photographs. This add-on option to the class is designed to help you put into practice all of the things that yo will learn in class. You will be given shooting assignments each week (4 assignments: weeks 2-5) specific to that week's class material. The instructor will then review your work and provide positive and constructive feedback to help you take your work up another notch. The critiques are provided via video and can be downloaded for reviewing as many times as you like. The instructor will be available to answer questions via email. The best way to improve your photography is to learn from photos that worked well, and from photos that did not work so well.  Prerequisite: Participants should have a Digital SLR camera that provides the ability to adjust ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. Backyard Bird Photography In this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs of the birds in your backyard.Topics will include equipment & gear; camera settings; knowing your subject (food, flight pattern, places to land); setting a scene; ethics - photographers and wildlife. The 2 2-hour sessions will include lectures, homework between sessions and photo critiques.   iPhone Photography IIn this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs with your iPhone. Learn how to use its functions to creatively compose shots, expose for great images, and use apps for editing, post-processing and back up. Please note that this course is for Apple iPhones only.Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop for PhotographersLearn how to use Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to organize, manage, edit, print and share photographs. This class is intended for photographers of all levels. You will learn the best ways to import, store, organize and back up your images; the editing tools and techniques for making great images; how to export images for sharing or for printing; and how t print directly from LR. You will benefit more from this class if you already have Lightroom Classic installed and follow along, but it is not required. Lightroom Classic is available in the Adobe Photography Plan which also includes Photoshop. This class consists of 2 4-hour sessions. 
 
Tuesday October 6, 2020
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - OCTOBER ONLY 10 SESSIONS
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Single Day Option TUESDAY for the Month
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - NEW CLASS OPTION 9:15am!
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Boston Elite Basketball Skill Sessions - Middle School Basketball After School Skills Session for Girls and Boys
Instructors: Terrell Hollins & Kenny SmallAfter school basketball skills sessions for middle school and elementary school boys and girls to better prepare for  and add confidence for their basketball careers!  COVID-19 Policies in placeSKILLS AND DRILLS ONLY!Fall Session for LMS Students (Grades 6-8): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/273:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the Trees$150 Residents/ $160 Non-ResidentsFall Session for Russell Street School Students (Grades 3 - 5): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/27 3:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the TreesRAINOUTS WILL BE MADE UP ON THURSDAY'S- YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED VIA EMAIL REGARDING RAINOUTS- PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAILS BEFORE HEADING TO THE PROGRAM.
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Boston Elite Basketball Skill Sessions - Russell Street Elementary Basketball After School Skills Session for Girls and Boys
Instructors: Terrell Hollins & Kenny SmallAfter school basketball skills sessions for middle school and elementary school boys and girls to better prepare for  and add confidence for their basketball careers!  COVID-19 Policies in placeSKILLS AND DRILLS ONLY!Fall Session for LMS Students (Grades 6-8): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/273:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the Trees$150 Residents/ $160 Non-ResidentsFall Session for Russell Street School Students (Grades 3 - 5): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/27 3:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the TreesRAINOUTS WILL BE MADE UP ON THURSDAY'S- YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED VIA EMAIL REGARDING RAINOUTS- PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAILS BEFORE HEADING TO THE PROGRAM.
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Pickleball - Drop In Pickle Ball- INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
DROP in PICKLEBALL:  Bring your own Racquet if you have one or just show up to play some pickup Pickle ball Games on the Town Courts-  This is a free flowing program where you play in games and enjoy your time in America's Fastest growing sport!  Offered Tuesday's and Thursday's through the end of August.  $5 per session!  Sign up for as many as you'd like!  Enjoy social games of Pickleball, having fun while being safe.  Wear a glove on your non paddle hand, and come ready to play.  Bring a chair, mask (needed for community areas) and your favorite paddle.  Littleton Parks & Rec will supply all the balls.  Sign up today!SENIOR DROP IN PICKLE BALL-Pickleball:  Fridays starting 9/18, 9/25,10/2, 10/9 & 10/1611:00AM-12:00PMTHIS PROGRAM IS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY$5 per day Residents Sign-up in advanceRules:   MASKS needed only for community areas when 6' cannot be maintained and when needing to use bathrooms.   GLOVES need to be worn on both hands if you need to borrow a paddle.  If you own a paddle, you only need to wear a glove on your non-paddle hand.  It can be a disposable glove, cotton glove, golf glove, winter glove, etc...whatever glove is comfortable enough for you to wear while playing. BRING your paddle, chair, hand sanitizer and water bottle/hat.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Virtual Photography Classes - Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option
Introduction to Digital PhotographyThe most important component to taking a great photograph is you, the photographer. In this 2-our introductory class you will learn how to take better pictures with your digital camera, the basic fundamentals of how to use a digital camera, and how to start seeing like a photographer. Photographers with all types of digital cameras are welcome.  Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I Learn about your Digital SLR (DSLR) camera and how to shoot images in the manual modes resulting in better photographs. Topics include: Understanding DSLR features and functions; Understanding Exposure; Understanding Focusing and Depth of Field; and Understanding Composition and Elements of Visual Design and learning how to see like a photographer. There will be shooting homework between sessions. The 6 2-sessions will consist of lectures as well as photo critiques.  Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option - When purchasing Basic Digital Photography I, if you would like to add the Homework Option, please register for the homework activity as well.   The key components to taking great photographs are knowing how to use your camera in manual mode, understanding the principals of composition and the elements of visual design, seeing like a photographer, and practicing taking photographs. This add-on option to the class is designed to help you put into practice all of the things that yo will learn in class. You will be given shooting assignments each week (4 assignments: weeks 2-5) specific to that week's class material. The instructor will then review your work and provide positive and constructive feedback to help you take your work up another notch. The critiques are provided via video and can be downloaded for reviewing as many times as you like. The instructor will be available to answer questions via email. The best way to improve your photography is to learn from photos that worked well, and from photos that did not work so well.  Prerequisite: Participants should have a Digital SLR camera that provides the ability to adjust ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. Backyard Bird Photography In this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs of the birds in your backyard.Topics will include equipment & gear; camera settings; knowing your subject (food, flight pattern, places to land); setting a scene; ethics - photographers and wildlife. The 2 2-hour sessions will include lectures, homework between sessions and photo critiques.   iPhone Photography IIn this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs with your iPhone. Learn how to use its functions to creatively compose shots, expose for great images, and use apps for editing, post-processing and back up. Please note that this course is for Apple iPhones only.Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop for PhotographersLearn how to use Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to organize, manage, edit, print and share photographs. This class is intended for photographers of all levels. You will learn the best ways to import, store, organize and back up your images; the editing tools and techniques for making great images; how to export images for sharing or for printing; and how t print directly from LR. You will benefit more from this class if you already have Lightroom Classic installed and follow along, but it is not required. Lightroom Classic is available in the Adobe Photography Plan which also includes Photoshop. This class consists of 2 4-hour sessions. 
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Virtual Photography Classes - Virtual Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I
Introduction to Digital PhotographyThe most important component to taking a great photograph is you, the photographer. In this 2-our introductory class you will learn how to take better pictures with your digital camera, the basic fundamentals of how to use a digital camera, and how to start seeing like a photographer. Photographers with all types of digital cameras are welcome.  Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I Learn about your Digital SLR (DSLR) camera and how to shoot images in the manual modes resulting in better photographs. Topics include: Understanding DSLR features and functions; Understanding Exposure; Understanding Focusing and Depth of Field; and Understanding Composition and Elements of Visual Design and learning how to see like a photographer. There will be shooting homework between sessions. The 6 2-sessions will consist of lectures as well as photo critiques.  Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option - When purchasing Basic Digital Photography I, if you would like to add the Homework Option, please register for the homework activity as well.   The key components to taking great photographs are knowing how to use your camera in manual mode, understanding the principals of composition and the elements of visual design, seeing like a photographer, and practicing taking photographs. This add-on option to the class is designed to help you put into practice all of the things that yo will learn in class. You will be given shooting assignments each week (4 assignments: weeks 2-5) specific to that week's class material. The instructor will then review your work and provide positive and constructive feedback to help you take your work up another notch. The critiques are provided via video and can be downloaded for reviewing as many times as you like. The instructor will be available to answer questions via email. The best way to improve your photography is to learn from photos that worked well, and from photos that did not work so well.  Prerequisite: Participants should have a Digital SLR camera that provides the ability to adjust ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. Backyard Bird Photography In this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs of the birds in your backyard.Topics will include equipment & gear; camera settings; knowing your subject (food, flight pattern, places to land); setting a scene; ethics - photographers and wildlife. The 2 2-hour sessions will include lectures, homework between sessions and photo critiques.   iPhone Photography IIn this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs with your iPhone. Learn how to use its functions to creatively compose shots, expose for great images, and use apps for editing, post-processing and back up. Please note that this course is for Apple iPhones only.Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop for PhotographersLearn how to use Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to organize, manage, edit, print and share photographs. This class is intended for photographers of all levels. You will learn the best ways to import, store, organize and back up your images; the editing tools and techniques for making great images; how to export images for sharing or for printing; and how t print directly from LR. You will benefit more from this class if you already have Lightroom Classic installed and follow along, but it is not required. Lightroom Classic is available in the Adobe Photography Plan which also includes Photoshop. This class consists of 2 4-hour sessions. 
 
Wednesday October 7, 2020
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM    After School Tennis and Pickle Ball Programs with Sue Adams - Russell Street Kids Tennis Program (Grades 3-5)
Middle School Tennis Mondays When: Mondays 2:00PM-3:30PM 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19 and 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St) Learn to play tennis or improve the skills you already have. Participants will be grouped according to skill. During every class, a new skill will be taught or emphasized. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8 Cost: $160 R/ $170 NRShaker Lane Tennis Grades 1 & 2 When: Mondays 3:45-4:45PM  9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19, 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Through games and instruction, kids will learn how to play tennis. Minimum: 4Maximum: 8 Cost: $105 R/ $115 NRAfter school Pickleball Club geared for students aged 11 -15:When: Tuesdays 3:00PM-5:00PM 9/22, 9/29, 10/6, 10/13, 10/20 Rain date: 10/27 Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Pickleball is a sport that combines the elements of Badminton, Ping Pong and Tennis. Learn how to play this fast paced game and enjoy two hours of exercise and fun competition! You will be taught how to play the game. After the first two classes, students will start with thirty minutes of drills followed by ninety minutes of Pickleball play.Minimum: 4Maximum: 8  Cost: $75R, $85NRRussell Street Kids Tennis Program When: Wednesdays 2:45PM-4:00PM  9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28 Rain date: TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Learn how to play tennis or improve your tennis strokes. Join us for this fun filled class where one tennis skill will be highlighted every week. Whether you are a beginner or looking to improve your consistency, this class is for you. Groups will be formed based on skill level. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8  Cost: $140R, $150NR Aerobic Tennis for HS studentsWhen: Wednesdays 4:15PM-5:15PM 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14 Rain date: 10/21Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)This one hour active class set to music is geared towards high school students that wish to hit many balls.  Cost: $80 R, $90 NR
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Virtual Mad Science - Virtual Mad Science Lab
Mad Science Lab This multi-week program includes demonstrations, interactive virtual games and home delivered science equipment to use during the virtual classes. Children will supplement grade level appropriate curriculum with activities that teach children to problem solve like a scientist. They will learn about forensics, physics, space, geology, optical illusions and structural engineering. The fun continues off screen with home lab experiments and activities too!Once registered, we will contact you with regards to arranging a time for picking up class materials.Branded Mad Science bag with 8 pieces of science equipment and instructions will be provided by instructor. 
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Ping Pong Club for ages 15 and UP! - Ping Pong Club Wednesday Nights Ages 15 and UP
Come play Ping Pong socially distanced the Multi-Purpose Room in Town offices on Wednesday Nights 7pm-9pm.  It's free play- come challenge your friends or strangers!  Bring your mask and some water and get ready to play the fastest racquet sport in the world!   Minimum of 4 and Maximum of 10Cost:$6 Residents, $7 Non-Residents per session (evening)When: Wednesday Nights 7pm-9pm Where: Multi-Purpose Room Town offices 33 Shattuck St.Sign up for each class in advance or pay at the door.Bring your own racquet or don't we have some for you! We can even set up tournaments on the last night.
 
Thursday October 8, 2020
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - OCTOBER ONLY 10 SESSIONS
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Single Day Option THURSDAYs for the Month
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
9:00 AM - 7:45 PM    VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & Core Training Pilates - VIRTUAL TOTAL BODY WORKOUT & CORE PILATES
The VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & CORE PilatesGet Fit and Have Fun!By: Susan Robbins  Look your best! Boost your metabolism and strengthen and preserve your muscle tissue with this 60 minute head to toe workout! Learn how to strength train safely. Tone, strengthen your bones, rev up your   metabolism and improve your body composition to less fat and more muscle!   Elevate your mood and your self confidence! This is a great class to break that plateau, mix up your workouts and get the results you have been wanting! CORE Pilates! The second part of the class will work your core with Pilates, for better posture, a flatter tummy and stronger backs! Find your six pack! Don’t miss this dynamic combination! Good health tips for exercise, nutrition and general wellness will be shared every week! Be ready to have fun!  Mental health benefits Improves sleep. Quality sleep is vital for your overall health. Regular activity can help you fall asleep more quickly, sleep more deeply, and wake feeling more energetic and refreshed.Boosts mood and self-confidence. Exercise is a huge stress reliever and the endorphins produced can actually help reduce feelings of sadness, depression, or anxiety. Being active and feeling strong naturally helps you feel more self-confident.Does amazing things for the brain. Activities like Sudoku or crossword puzzles can help keep your brain active, but little comes close to the beneficial effects of exercise on the brain. It can help brain functions as diverse as multitasking and creativity and can help prevent memory loss, cognitive decline, and dementia. Getting active may even help slow the progression of brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease.Come and be ready to have fun! All that is required is a set of weights, a mat and water!     You can start without weights if you wish!                                                                      This class is perfect for the first time exerciser to the fitness enthusiast! You will be given individual attention to ensure that you are getting the most from your workout and exercising safely! FALL SESSION:CLASSES AVAILABLE: SIGN UP AND CHOOSE WHAT FITS YOUR SCHEDULE THAT WEEK ! DO ONE TWO OR THREE CLASSES PER WEEK!CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT 7TH - DECEMBER 21STNO CLASS: LABOR DAY SEPT 7TH, THANKSGIVING, NOV. 26TH OR FRIDAY NOV.27THLAST CLASS: DEC.21ST! MONDAY'S 9:00A.M. AND 6:30P.M.THURSDAY'S 6:45P.M.FRIDAY'S 8:45A.M.ALL CLASSES ARE 1 HOUR IN LENGTH15 CLASSES $225R/ $235NRONCE YOU ENROLL YOU WILL RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINKS TO CLASSES YES, IT'S THAT EASY!NOT SURE IF YOU WILL LIKE VIRTUAL? LET ME KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRY ONE FREE CLASS !  EMAIL US AND WE WILL COORDINATE WITH SUE FOR THE CLASS LINK!SO EASY, SO FUN AND YOU WON'T HAVE TO GO OUT IN THE COLD!All classes must be completed between Sept. 8th and Dec. 21st of 2020BY REGISTERING YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR 15 CLASSES- DATES AND TIMES WILL NOT MATCH YOUR ACTUAL CLASS OPTIONSQUESTIONS: CALL 978-540-2490 or littletonrec@littletonma.orgLOOKING FORWARD TO ZOOMING WITH YOU!
 
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - NEW CLASS OPTION 9:15am!
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Youth Archery - AFTER SCHOOL Archery for GRADES 6-8
AFTER SCHOOL Archery with On-Site Archery! Location: Fay Park2 age levels: Grades 6-8 & Grades 3-5Instructor: Bob WaitOn Site Archery BS UMass Certified USA Archery Level 3 National Training System Coach Bob has been providing archery programs for recreation departments, public and private schools for the past 8 + years. Started JOAD club archery program in 2016Beginners and all skill levels welcome. Archery program is taught by a certified USA archery level 3 coach form On Site Archery. You will learn proper archery range procedures, safety and how to shoot a bow and arrow through a step by step approach.  2 archers can shoot on a target mat , but shooting at least 6 feet apart from each other.  One target cone at least 6 feet or more in front of the the target. Only one archer is pulling arrows at a time.  The other archer either waits behind the cone for physical distancing or goes to collect any missed arrows behind the target.  Kids sanitize hands before and after class.  Sanitizer will be accessible behind every target to be used anytime the archers want it during class .  12 max Grades 6-8 Thursdays 2:00pm-3:00pm at Fay ParkGrades 3-5 Thursdays 3:30pm-4:30pm at Fay ParkSeptember 24th-October 29th
 
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    Youth Archery - AFTER SCHOOL Archery for GRADES 3-5
AFTER SCHOOL Archery with On-Site Archery! Location: Fay Park2 age levels: Grades 6-8 & Grades 3-5Instructor: Bob WaitOn Site Archery BS UMass Certified USA Archery Level 3 National Training System Coach Bob has been providing archery programs for recreation departments, public and private schools for the past 8 + years. Started JOAD club archery program in 2016Beginners and all skill levels welcome. Archery program is taught by a certified USA archery level 3 coach form On Site Archery. You will learn proper archery range procedures, safety and how to shoot a bow and arrow through a step by step approach.  2 archers can shoot on a target mat , but shooting at least 6 feet apart from each other.  One target cone at least 6 feet or more in front of the the target. Only one archer is pulling arrows at a time.  The other archer either waits behind the cone for physical distancing or goes to collect any missed arrows behind the target.  Kids sanitize hands before and after class.  Sanitizer will be accessible behind every target to be used anytime the archers want it during class .  12 max Grades 6-8 Thursdays 2:00pm-3:00pm at Fay ParkGrades 3-5 Thursdays 3:30pm-4:30pm at Fay ParkSeptember 24th-October 29th
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Parks and Rec Adventures - Fall 2020 3-5
Instructors: Rachele Carbutt and Program Aid Each week will consist of a different excursion into nature around Littleton! We are eliminating van usage for this round of adventures and adopting a drop off and pickup at trip location this session. You must be able to drop off and pickup your child from our location that week in order to enroll in this program.  This program is designed for supervised nature exploration paired with games and crafts. We aim to enrich your child's outdoor time with fun and create a positive relationship between them and the outdoors! Face masks are required and social distancing regulation will be met in accordance with the state guidance on outdoor programming. At this time there was not enough to run the K-2 Grades on Tuesdays for the session starting 9/29. However, if you would like to join, we are open to having your K-2 grader join in with the Thursday group of Grades 3-5. Please call us and we can add them to the roster.Tuesdays: Grades K-2Thursdays: Grades 3-53:30pm - 5:30pmFall 2020 - Grades K-2 GroupSeptember 29 - Prouty Woods October 6 - Newtown HillOctober 13 - George and Lucy YappOctober 20 - Long Lake ParkOctober 27 - Oak HillFall 2020 - Grades 3-5 GroupOctober 1 - Oak HillOctober 8 - Long Lake ParkOctober 15 - George and Lucy YappOctober 22 - New Town Hill October 29 - Prouty WoodsTake a look at our adventures from the last 2 years!!!Spring 2019 https://youtu.be/4mYxv-1q1w8 Fall 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Tm3TKG1cfsIf your child does not have medical records on file at the Parks and Rec office, please fill them out here:https://www.littletonma.org/parks-recreation/forms-documents/pages/required-If a day is cancelled due to inclement weather, we will schedule a makeup date that works for everyone. If a makeup date cannot be scheduled we will proceed with our department refund policy: https://www.littletonma.org/parks-recreation/community-education/pages/register-classes-and-programs
 
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Pickleball - Drop In Pickle Ball- INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
DROP in PICKLEBALL:  Bring your own Racquet if you have one or just show up to play some pickup Pickle ball Games on the Town Courts-  This is a free flowing program where you play in games and enjoy your time in America's Fastest growing sport!  Offered Tuesday's and Thursday's through the end of August.  $5 per session!  Sign up for as many as you'd like!  Enjoy social games of Pickleball, having fun while being safe.  Wear a glove on your non paddle hand, and come ready to play.  Bring a chair, mask (needed for community areas) and your favorite paddle.  Littleton Parks & Rec will supply all the balls.  Sign up today!SENIOR DROP IN PICKLE BALL-Pickleball:  Fridays starting 9/18, 9/25,10/2, 10/9 & 10/1611:00AM-12:00PMTHIS PROGRAM IS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY$5 per day Residents Sign-up in advanceRules:   MASKS needed only for community areas when 6' cannot be maintained and when needing to use bathrooms.   GLOVES need to be worn on both hands if you need to borrow a paddle.  If you own a paddle, you only need to wear a glove on your non-paddle hand.  It can be a disposable glove, cotton glove, golf glove, winter glove, etc...whatever glove is comfortable enough for you to wear while playing. BRING your paddle, chair, hand sanitizer and water bottle/hat.  
 
Friday October 9, 2020
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Single Day Option FRIDAYS for the Month
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
9:00 AM - 7:45 PM    VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & Core Training Pilates - VIRTUAL TOTAL BODY WORKOUT & CORE PILATES
The VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & CORE PilatesGet Fit and Have Fun!By: Susan Robbins  Look your best! Boost your metabolism and strengthen and preserve your muscle tissue with this 60 minute head to toe workout! Learn how to strength train safely. Tone, strengthen your bones, rev up your   metabolism and improve your body composition to less fat and more muscle!   Elevate your mood and your self confidence! This is a great class to break that plateau, mix up your workouts and get the results you have been wanting! CORE Pilates! The second part of the class will work your core with Pilates, for better posture, a flatter tummy and stronger backs! Find your six pack! Don’t miss this dynamic combination! Good health tips for exercise, nutrition and general wellness will be shared every week! Be ready to have fun!  Mental health benefits Improves sleep. Quality sleep is vital for your overall health. Regular activity can help you fall asleep more quickly, sleep more deeply, and wake feeling more energetic and refreshed.Boosts mood and self-confidence. Exercise is a huge stress reliever and the endorphins produced can actually help reduce feelings of sadness, depression, or anxiety. Being active and feeling strong naturally helps you feel more self-confident.Does amazing things for the brain. Activities like Sudoku or crossword puzzles can help keep your brain active, but little comes close to the beneficial effects of exercise on the brain. It can help brain functions as diverse as multitasking and creativity and can help prevent memory loss, cognitive decline, and dementia. Getting active may even help slow the progression of brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease.Come and be ready to have fun! All that is required is a set of weights, a mat and water!     You can start without weights if you wish!                                                                      This class is perfect for the first time exerciser to the fitness enthusiast! You will be given individual attention to ensure that you are getting the most from your workout and exercising safely! FALL SESSION:CLASSES AVAILABLE: SIGN UP AND CHOOSE WHAT FITS YOUR SCHEDULE THAT WEEK ! DO ONE TWO OR THREE CLASSES PER WEEK!CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT 7TH - DECEMBER 21STNO CLASS: LABOR DAY SEPT 7TH, THANKSGIVING, NOV. 26TH OR FRIDAY NOV.27THLAST CLASS: DEC.21ST! MONDAY'S 9:00A.M. AND 6:30P.M.THURSDAY'S 6:45P.M.FRIDAY'S 8:45A.M.ALL CLASSES ARE 1 HOUR IN LENGTH15 CLASSES $225R/ $235NRONCE YOU ENROLL YOU WILL RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINKS TO CLASSES YES, IT'S THAT EASY!NOT SURE IF YOU WILL LIKE VIRTUAL? LET ME KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRY ONE FREE CLASS !  EMAIL US AND WE WILL COORDINATE WITH SUE FOR THE CLASS LINK!SO EASY, SO FUN AND YOU WON'T HAVE TO GO OUT IN THE COLD!All classes must be completed between Sept. 8th and Dec. 21st of 2020BY REGISTERING YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR 15 CLASSES- DATES AND TIMES WILL NOT MATCH YOUR ACTUAL CLASS OPTIONSQUESTIONS: CALL 978-540-2490 or littletonrec@littletonma.orgLOOKING FORWARD TO ZOOMING WITH YOU!
 
3:30 PM - 4:45 PM    Virtual Circuit Makers 101 - Virtual Circuit Lab 101
Let's get creative with electricity! In this junior hands-on electronics class, students will gain experience with creating their own electronics; designing custom light-up greeting cards, electric games, mazes , and more. Each class day consists of a circuitry lesson and hands-on electronics projects, using components like wires, lights, switches, and motors. Circuit Lab staff will make sure participants create many projects that they can be proud of, and each class day includes a project t keep.Students will need a laptop and Zoom account to access the class online.Students will need to have access to: Scotch tape Scissors Pliers Several Washable Markers Stickers (optional for decoration)
 
Sunday October 11, 2020
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM    Introduction to Cross Country Running (YOUTH) - Introduction to Cross Country Running (4th- 6th Grade)
Description:  (4th-6th grade) This course is intended to introduce 4th, 5th and 6th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods. Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for  runners and will include runs of up to two miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group). Description: (7th and 8th grade)  This course is intended to introduce 7th and 8th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods.  Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for runners and will include runs of up to 3-5 miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group).  Sessions will also introduce runners to XC specific running workouts that include a focus on speed, strength, and endurance. Instructor:  Ted PainterTed Painter is an RRCA and USATF certified running coach and Littleton High School Cross Country and Track & Field running coach (League and District champions, 3rd place State Championship finishers). He has run over 40 marathons and ultra marathons and has qualified for and ran in the last ten consecutive Boston Marathons.  https://www.facebook.com/paintermarathoncoaching Location:  Fay Park/Prouty Woods Trails/Russell St. Track.  Other Littleton trails may also be used.  Prerequisites:  Participants should be accustomed to a relatively active lifestyle that includes outdoor activities.  The ability to run the distances included in descriptions above will be helpful. Dates & Times:  2 Sessions!Session 1:  6 Sundays, August 30th-October 4th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00Session 2:  6 Sundays, October 11th-November 15th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00 Prerequisites:Participants should be able to run/jog two-three miles without stopping.Cost: $100 R/ $110 NR
 
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM    Introduction to Cross Country Running (YOUTH) - Introduction to Cross Country Running (7th- 9th Grade)
Description:  (4th-6th grade) This course is intended to introduce 4th, 5th and 6th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods. Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for  runners and will include runs of up to two miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group). Description: (7th and 8th grade)  This course is intended to introduce 7th and 8th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods.  Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for runners and will include runs of up to 3-5 miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group).  Sessions will also introduce runners to XC specific running workouts that include a focus on speed, strength, and endurance. Instructor:  Ted PainterTed Painter is an RRCA and USATF certified running coach and Littleton High School Cross Country and Track & Field running coach (League and District champions, 3rd place State Championship finishers). He has run over 40 marathons and ultra marathons and has qualified for and ran in the last ten consecutive Boston Marathons.  https://www.facebook.com/paintermarathoncoaching Location:  Fay Park/Prouty Woods Trails/Russell St. Track.  Other Littleton trails may also be used.  Prerequisites:  Participants should be accustomed to a relatively active lifestyle that includes outdoor activities.  The ability to run the distances included in descriptions above will be helpful. Dates & Times:  2 Sessions!Session 1:  6 Sundays, August 30th-October 4th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00Session 2:  6 Sundays, October 11th-November 15th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00 Prerequisites:Participants should be able to run/jog two-three miles without stopping.Cost: $100 R/ $110 NR
 
Monday October 12, 2020
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM    School Holiday(s) Playground Program - School Holiday Playground Program- ALL 5 DATES
Did you know we have 5 School Holidays between school Starting and Thanksgiving?   Littleton PRCE is offering outdoor programming on these days to get out from behind he computer and join us in some awesome adventures including Hiking, Adventuring, Geocaching, Arts, Crafts and Science- along with free play!When and Where:9/28- Yom Kippur- Shaker Lane School10/12- Columbus Day- Castle in the Trees10/23- All School Professional Development Day- Fay Park11/3- Election Day- Castle in the Trees11/11- Veteran's Day- Russell Street SchoolSign up for ALL 5 Dates for an additional 10% Savings!For Children: Grades K-6This is a Playground Program, however, we will continue to follow the camp guidelines put out by the state, which we have implemented all summer at Camp Tahattawan. ALL necessary precautions will be taken in regard to Covid-19. Rates for Program:$50 Resident$60 Non Resident 10% sibling discount.Program hours 8:30-9am drop off - must pass temperature check and provide daily wellness check list1:30-2pm pick up  Tent, tables, chairs, porta-potties, hand wash stations at each location. Supplies for crafts, sports, science, music, etc. will be kept at each location for use. All materials will be sanitized accordingly.If you are registering and do not want to pay by credit card (2.9% Transaction Fee), please mail your check to:PRCE33 Shattuck StreetLittleton, MA 014602020 Family Record and Medical Authorization & Health History Form, most recent Well Visit and Immunization Record (within 12 months). ALL Required to attend this program.**IF you have filled out this paper work for another Littleton PRCE program you do not have to fill these out again.REQUIRED PAPER WORK TO ATTEND THIS PROGRAM:2020 Family Record:  CLICK HERE FOR FAMILY RECORD2020 Medical Authorization & Health History Form:  CLICK HERE FOR MEDICAL AUTHORIZATION FORMCurrent Well-Visit and Immunization Records* All Programs subject to change and flexibility. Refund policy here: https://www.littletonma.org/parks-recreation/community-education/pages/register-classes-and-programs
 
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM    School Holiday(s) Playground Program - School Holiday Playground Program- COLUMBUS DAY
Did you know we have 5 School Holidays between school Starting and Thanksgiving?   Littleton PRCE is offering outdoor programming on these days to get out from behind he computer and join us in some awesome adventures including Hiking, Adventuring, Geocaching, Arts, Crafts and Science- along with free play!When and Where:9/28- Yom Kippur- Shaker Lane School10/12- Columbus Day- Castle in the Trees10/23- All School Professional Development Day- Fay Park11/3- Election Day- Castle in the Trees11/11- Veteran's Day- Russell Street SchoolSign up for ALL 5 Dates for an additional 10% Savings!For Children: Grades K-6This is a Playground Program, however, we will continue to follow the camp guidelines put out by the state, which we have implemented all summer at Camp Tahattawan. ALL necessary precautions will be taken in regard to Covid-19. Rates for Program:$50 Resident$60 Non Resident 10% sibling discount.Program hours 8:30-9am drop off - must pass temperature check and provide daily wellness check list1:30-2pm pick up  Tent, tables, chairs, porta-potties, hand wash stations at each location. Supplies for crafts, sports, science, music, etc. will be kept at each location for use. All materials will be sanitized accordingly.If you are registering and do not want to pay by credit card (2.9% Transaction Fee), please mail your check to:PRCE33 Shattuck StreetLittleton, MA 014602020 Family Record and Medical Authorization & Health History Form, most recent Well Visit and Immunization Record (within 12 months). ALL Required to attend this program.**IF you have filled out this paper work for another Littleton PRCE program you do not have to fill these out again.REQUIRED PAPER WORK TO ATTEND THIS PROGRAM:2020 Family Record:  CLICK HERE FOR FAMILY RECORD2020 Medical Authorization & Health History Form:  CLICK HERE FOR MEDICAL AUTHORIZATION FORMCurrent Well-Visit and Immunization Records* All Programs subject to change and flexibility. Refund policy here: https://www.littletonma.org/parks-recreation/community-education/pages/register-classes-and-programs
 
9:00 AM - 7:45 PM    VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & Core Training Pilates - VIRTUAL TOTAL BODY WORKOUT & CORE PILATES
The VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & CORE PilatesGet Fit and Have Fun!By: Susan Robbins  Look your best! Boost your metabolism and strengthen and preserve your muscle tissue with this 60 minute head to toe workout! Learn how to strength train safely. Tone, strengthen your bones, rev up your   metabolism and improve your body composition to less fat and more muscle!   Elevate your mood and your self confidence! This is a great class to break that plateau, mix up your workouts and get the results you have been wanting! CORE Pilates! The second part of the class will work your core with Pilates, for better posture, a flatter tummy and stronger backs! Find your six pack! Don’t miss this dynamic combination! Good health tips for exercise, nutrition and general wellness will be shared every week! Be ready to have fun!  Mental health benefits Improves sleep. Quality sleep is vital for your overall health. Regular activity can help you fall asleep more quickly, sleep more deeply, and wake feeling more energetic and refreshed.Boosts mood and self-confidence. Exercise is a huge stress reliever and the endorphins produced can actually help reduce feelings of sadness, depression, or anxiety. Being active and feeling strong naturally helps you feel more self-confident.Does amazing things for the brain. Activities like Sudoku or crossword puzzles can help keep your brain active, but little comes close to the beneficial effects of exercise on the brain. It can help brain functions as diverse as multitasking and creativity and can help prevent memory loss, cognitive decline, and dementia. Getting active may even help slow the progression of brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease.Come and be ready to have fun! All that is required is a set of weights, a mat and water!     You can start without weights if you wish!                                                                      This class is perfect for the first time exerciser to the fitness enthusiast! You will be given individual attention to ensure that you are getting the most from your workout and exercising safely! FALL SESSION:CLASSES AVAILABLE: SIGN UP AND CHOOSE WHAT FITS YOUR SCHEDULE THAT WEEK ! DO ONE TWO OR THREE CLASSES PER WEEK!CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT 7TH - DECEMBER 21STNO CLASS: LABOR DAY SEPT 7TH, THANKSGIVING, NOV. 26TH OR FRIDAY NOV.27THLAST CLASS: DEC.21ST! MONDAY'S 9:00A.M. AND 6:30P.M.THURSDAY'S 6:45P.M.FRIDAY'S 8:45A.M.ALL CLASSES ARE 1 HOUR IN LENGTH15 CLASSES $225R/ $235NRONCE YOU ENROLL YOU WILL RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINKS TO CLASSES YES, IT'S THAT EASY!NOT SURE IF YOU WILL LIKE VIRTUAL? LET ME KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRY ONE FREE CLASS !  EMAIL US AND WE WILL COORDINATE WITH SUE FOR THE CLASS LINK!SO EASY, SO FUN AND YOU WON'T HAVE TO GO OUT IN THE COLD!All classes must be completed between Sept. 8th and Dec. 21st of 2020BY REGISTERING YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR 15 CLASSES- DATES AND TIMES WILL NOT MATCH YOUR ACTUAL CLASS OPTIONSQUESTIONS: CALL 978-540-2490 or littletonrec@littletonma.orgLOOKING FORWARD TO ZOOMING WITH YOU!
 
Tuesday October 13, 2020
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - OCTOBER ONLY 10 SESSIONS
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Single Day Option TUESDAY for the Month
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - NEW CLASS OPTION 9:15am!
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Boston Elite Basketball Skill Sessions - Middle School Basketball After School Skills Session for Girls and Boys
Instructors: Terrell Hollins & Kenny SmallAfter school basketball skills sessions for middle school and elementary school boys and girls to better prepare for  and add confidence for their basketball careers!  COVID-19 Policies in placeSKILLS AND DRILLS ONLY!Fall Session for LMS Students (Grades 6-8): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/273:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the Trees$150 Residents/ $160 Non-ResidentsFall Session for Russell Street School Students (Grades 3 - 5): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/27 3:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the TreesRAINOUTS WILL BE MADE UP ON THURSDAY'S- YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED VIA EMAIL REGARDING RAINOUTS- PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAILS BEFORE HEADING TO THE PROGRAM.
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Boston Elite Basketball Skill Sessions - Russell Street Elementary Basketball After School Skills Session for Girls and Boys
Instructors: Terrell Hollins & Kenny SmallAfter school basketball skills sessions for middle school and elementary school boys and girls to better prepare for  and add confidence for their basketball careers!  COVID-19 Policies in placeSKILLS AND DRILLS ONLY!Fall Session for LMS Students (Grades 6-8): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/273:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the Trees$150 Residents/ $160 Non-ResidentsFall Session for Russell Street School Students (Grades 3 - 5): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/27 3:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the TreesRAINOUTS WILL BE MADE UP ON THURSDAY'S- YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED VIA EMAIL REGARDING RAINOUTS- PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAILS BEFORE HEADING TO THE PROGRAM.
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Pickleball - Drop In Pickle Ball- INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
DROP in PICKLEBALL:  Bring your own Racquet if you have one or just show up to play some pickup Pickle ball Games on the Town Courts-  This is a free flowing program where you play in games and enjoy your time in America's Fastest growing sport!  Offered Tuesday's and Thursday's through the end of August.  $5 per session!  Sign up for as many as you'd like!  Enjoy social games of Pickleball, having fun while being safe.  Wear a glove on your non paddle hand, and come ready to play.  Bring a chair, mask (needed for community areas) and your favorite paddle.  Littleton Parks & Rec will supply all the balls.  Sign up today!SENIOR DROP IN PICKLE BALL-Pickleball:  Fridays starting 9/18, 9/25,10/2, 10/9 & 10/1611:00AM-12:00PMTHIS PROGRAM IS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY$5 per day Residents Sign-up in advanceRules:   MASKS needed only for community areas when 6' cannot be maintained and when needing to use bathrooms.   GLOVES need to be worn on both hands if you need to borrow a paddle.  If you own a paddle, you only need to wear a glove on your non-paddle hand.  It can be a disposable glove, cotton glove, golf glove, winter glove, etc...whatever glove is comfortable enough for you to wear while playing. BRING your paddle, chair, hand sanitizer and water bottle/hat.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Virtual Photography Classes - Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option
Introduction to Digital PhotographyThe most important component to taking a great photograph is you, the photographer. In this 2-our introductory class you will learn how to take better pictures with your digital camera, the basic fundamentals of how to use a digital camera, and how to start seeing like a photographer. Photographers with all types of digital cameras are welcome.  Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I Learn about your Digital SLR (DSLR) camera and how to shoot images in the manual modes resulting in better photographs. Topics include: Understanding DSLR features and functions; Understanding Exposure; Understanding Focusing and Depth of Field; and Understanding Composition and Elements of Visual Design and learning how to see like a photographer. There will be shooting homework between sessions. The 6 2-sessions will consist of lectures as well as photo critiques.  Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option - When purchasing Basic Digital Photography I, if you would like to add the Homework Option, please register for the homework activity as well.   The key components to taking great photographs are knowing how to use your camera in manual mode, understanding the principals of composition and the elements of visual design, seeing like a photographer, and practicing taking photographs. This add-on option to the class is designed to help you put into practice all of the things that yo will learn in class. You will be given shooting assignments each week (4 assignments: weeks 2-5) specific to that week's class material. The instructor will then review your work and provide positive and constructive feedback to help you take your work up another notch. The critiques are provided via video and can be downloaded for reviewing as many times as you like. The instructor will be available to answer questions via email. The best way to improve your photography is to learn from photos that worked well, and from photos that did not work so well.  Prerequisite: Participants should have a Digital SLR camera that provides the ability to adjust ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. Backyard Bird Photography In this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs of the birds in your backyard.Topics will include equipment & gear; camera settings; knowing your subject (food, flight pattern, places to land); setting a scene; ethics - photographers and wildlife. The 2 2-hour sessions will include lectures, homework between sessions and photo critiques.   iPhone Photography IIn this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs with your iPhone. Learn how to use its functions to creatively compose shots, expose for great images, and use apps for editing, post-processing and back up. Please note that this course is for Apple iPhones only.Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop for PhotographersLearn how to use Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to organize, manage, edit, print and share photographs. This class is intended for photographers of all levels. You will learn the best ways to import, store, organize and back up your images; the editing tools and techniques for making great images; how to export images for sharing or for printing; and how t print directly from LR. You will benefit more from this class if you already have Lightroom Classic installed and follow along, but it is not required. Lightroom Classic is available in the Adobe Photography Plan which also includes Photoshop. This class consists of 2 4-hour sessions. 
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Virtual Photography Classes - Virtual Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I
Introduction to Digital PhotographyThe most important component to taking a great photograph is you, the photographer. In this 2-our introductory class you will learn how to take better pictures with your digital camera, the basic fundamentals of how to use a digital camera, and how to start seeing like a photographer. Photographers with all types of digital cameras are welcome.  Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I Learn about your Digital SLR (DSLR) camera and how to shoot images in the manual modes resulting in better photographs. Topics include: Understanding DSLR features and functions; Understanding Exposure; Understanding Focusing and Depth of Field; and Understanding Composition and Elements of Visual Design and learning how to see like a photographer. There will be shooting homework between sessions. The 6 2-sessions will consist of lectures as well as photo critiques.  Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option - When purchasing Basic Digital Photography I, if you would like to add the Homework Option, please register for the homework activity as well.   The key components to taking great photographs are knowing how to use your camera in manual mode, understanding the principals of composition and the elements of visual design, seeing like a photographer, and practicing taking photographs. This add-on option to the class is designed to help you put into practice all of the things that yo will learn in class. You will be given shooting assignments each week (4 assignments: weeks 2-5) specific to that week's class material. The instructor will then review your work and provide positive and constructive feedback to help you take your work up another notch. The critiques are provided via video and can be downloaded for reviewing as many times as you like. The instructor will be available to answer questions via email. The best way to improve your photography is to learn from photos that worked well, and from photos that did not work so well.  Prerequisite: Participants should have a Digital SLR camera that provides the ability to adjust ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. Backyard Bird Photography In this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs of the birds in your backyard.Topics will include equipment & gear; camera settings; knowing your subject (food, flight pattern, places to land); setting a scene; ethics - photographers and wildlife. The 2 2-hour sessions will include lectures, homework between sessions and photo critiques.   iPhone Photography IIn this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs with your iPhone. Learn how to use its functions to creatively compose shots, expose for great images, and use apps for editing, post-processing and back up. Please note that this course is for Apple iPhones only.Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop for PhotographersLearn how to use Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to organize, manage, edit, print and share photographs. This class is intended for photographers of all levels. You will learn the best ways to import, store, organize and back up your images; the editing tools and techniques for making great images; how to export images for sharing or for printing; and how t print directly from LR. You will benefit more from this class if you already have Lightroom Classic installed and follow along, but it is not required. Lightroom Classic is available in the Adobe Photography Plan which also includes Photoshop. This class consists of 2 4-hour sessions. 
 
Wednesday October 14, 2020
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM    After School Tennis and Pickle Ball Programs with Sue Adams - Russell Street Kids Tennis Program (Grades 3-5)
Middle School Tennis Mondays When: Mondays 2:00PM-3:30PM 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19 and 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St) Learn to play tennis or improve the skills you already have. Participants will be grouped according to skill. During every class, a new skill will be taught or emphasized. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8 Cost: $160 R/ $170 NRShaker Lane Tennis Grades 1 & 2 When: Mondays 3:45-4:45PM  9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19, 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Through games and instruction, kids will learn how to play tennis. Minimum: 4Maximum: 8 Cost: $105 R/ $115 NRAfter school Pickleball Club geared for students aged 11 -15:When: Tuesdays 3:00PM-5:00PM 9/22, 9/29, 10/6, 10/13, 10/20 Rain date: 10/27 Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Pickleball is a sport that combines the elements of Badminton, Ping Pong and Tennis. Learn how to play this fast paced game and enjoy two hours of exercise and fun competition! You will be taught how to play the game. After the first two classes, students will start with thirty minutes of drills followed by ninety minutes of Pickleball play.Minimum: 4Maximum: 8  Cost: $75R, $85NRRussell Street Kids Tennis Program When: Wednesdays 2:45PM-4:00PM  9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28 Rain date: TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Learn how to play tennis or improve your tennis strokes. Join us for this fun filled class where one tennis skill will be highlighted every week. Whether you are a beginner or looking to improve your consistency, this class is for you. Groups will be formed based on skill level. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8  Cost: $140R, $150NR Aerobic Tennis for HS studentsWhen: Wednesdays 4:15PM-5:15PM 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14 Rain date: 10/21Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)This one hour active class set to music is geared towards high school students that wish to hit many balls.  Cost: $80 R, $90 NR
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Virtual Mad Science - Virtual Mad Science Lab
Mad Science Lab This multi-week program includes demonstrations, interactive virtual games and home delivered science equipment to use during the virtual classes. Children will supplement grade level appropriate curriculum with activities that teach children to problem solve like a scientist. They will learn about forensics, physics, space, geology, optical illusions and structural engineering. The fun continues off screen with home lab experiments and activities too!Once registered, we will contact you with regards to arranging a time for picking up class materials.Branded Mad Science bag with 8 pieces of science equipment and instructions will be provided by instructor. 
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Ping Pong Club for ages 15 and UP! - Ping Pong Club Wednesday Nights Ages 15 and UP
Come play Ping Pong socially distanced the Multi-Purpose Room in Town offices on Wednesday Nights 7pm-9pm.  It's free play- come challenge your friends or strangers!  Bring your mask and some water and get ready to play the fastest racquet sport in the world!   Minimum of 4 and Maximum of 10Cost:$6 Residents, $7 Non-Residents per session (evening)When: Wednesday Nights 7pm-9pm Where: Multi-Purpose Room Town offices 33 Shattuck St.Sign up for each class in advance or pay at the door.Bring your own racquet or don't we have some for you! We can even set up tournaments on the last night.
 
Thursday October 15, 2020
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - OCTOBER ONLY 10 SESSIONS
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Single Day Option THURSDAYs for the Month
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
9:00 AM - 7:45 PM    VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & Core Training Pilates - VIRTUAL TOTAL BODY WORKOUT & CORE PILATES
The VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & CORE PilatesGet Fit and Have Fun!By: Susan Robbins  Look your best! Boost your metabolism and strengthen and preserve your muscle tissue with this 60 minute head to toe workout! Learn how to strength train safely. Tone, strengthen your bones, rev up your   metabolism and improve your body composition to less fat and more muscle!   Elevate your mood and your self confidence! This is a great class to break that plateau, mix up your workouts and get the results you have been wanting! CORE Pilates! The second part of the class will work your core with Pilates, for better posture, a flatter tummy and stronger backs! Find your six pack! Don’t miss this dynamic combination! Good health tips for exercise, nutrition and general wellness will be shared every week! Be ready to have fun!  Mental health benefits Improves sleep. Quality sleep is vital for your overall health. Regular activity can help you fall asleep more quickly, sleep more deeply, and wake feeling more energetic and refreshed.Boosts mood and self-confidence. Exercise is a huge stress reliever and the endorphins produced can actually help reduce feelings of sadness, depression, or anxiety. Being active and feeling strong naturally helps you feel more self-confident.Does amazing things for the brain. Activities like Sudoku or crossword puzzles can help keep your brain active, but little comes close to the beneficial effects of exercise on the brain. It can help brain functions as diverse as multitasking and creativity and can help prevent memory loss, cognitive decline, and dementia. Getting active may even help slow the progression of brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease.Come and be ready to have fun! All that is required is a set of weights, a mat and water!     You can start without weights if you wish!                                                                      This class is perfect for the first time exerciser to the fitness enthusiast! You will be given individual attention to ensure that you are getting the most from your workout and exercising safely! FALL SESSION:CLASSES AVAILABLE: SIGN UP AND CHOOSE WHAT FITS YOUR SCHEDULE THAT WEEK ! DO ONE TWO OR THREE CLASSES PER WEEK!CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT 7TH - DECEMBER 21STNO CLASS: LABOR DAY SEPT 7TH, THANKSGIVING, NOV. 26TH OR FRIDAY NOV.27THLAST CLASS: DEC.21ST! MONDAY'S 9:00A.M. AND 6:30P.M.THURSDAY'S 6:45P.M.FRIDAY'S 8:45A.M.ALL CLASSES ARE 1 HOUR IN LENGTH15 CLASSES $225R/ $235NRONCE YOU ENROLL YOU WILL RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINKS TO CLASSES YES, IT'S THAT EASY!NOT SURE IF YOU WILL LIKE VIRTUAL? LET ME KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRY ONE FREE CLASS !  EMAIL US AND WE WILL COORDINATE WITH SUE FOR THE CLASS LINK!SO EASY, SO FUN AND YOU WON'T HAVE TO GO OUT IN THE COLD!All classes must be completed between Sept. 8th and Dec. 21st of 2020BY REGISTERING YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR 15 CLASSES- DATES AND TIMES WILL NOT MATCH YOUR ACTUAL CLASS OPTIONSQUESTIONS: CALL 978-540-2490 or littletonrec@littletonma.orgLOOKING FORWARD TO ZOOMING WITH YOU!
 
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - NEW CLASS OPTION 9:15am!
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Youth Archery - AFTER SCHOOL Archery for GRADES 6-8
AFTER SCHOOL Archery with On-Site Archery! Location: Fay Park2 age levels: Grades 6-8 & Grades 3-5Instructor: Bob WaitOn Site Archery BS UMass Certified USA Archery Level 3 National Training System Coach Bob has been providing archery programs for recreation departments, public and private schools for the past 8 + years. Started JOAD club archery program in 2016Beginners and all skill levels welcome. Archery program is taught by a certified USA archery level 3 coach form On Site Archery. You will learn proper archery range procedures, safety and how to shoot a bow and arrow through a step by step approach.  2 archers can shoot on a target mat , but shooting at least 6 feet apart from each other.  One target cone at least 6 feet or more in front of the the target. Only one archer is pulling arrows at a time.  The other archer either waits behind the cone for physical distancing or goes to collect any missed arrows behind the target.  Kids sanitize hands before and after class.  Sanitizer will be accessible behind every target to be used anytime the archers want it during class .  12 max Grades 6-8 Thursdays 2:00pm-3:00pm at Fay ParkGrades 3-5 Thursdays 3:30pm-4:30pm at Fay ParkSeptember 24th-October 29th
 
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    Youth Archery - AFTER SCHOOL Archery for GRADES 3-5
AFTER SCHOOL Archery with On-Site Archery! Location: Fay Park2 age levels: Grades 6-8 & Grades 3-5Instructor: Bob WaitOn Site Archery BS UMass Certified USA Archery Level 3 National Training System Coach Bob has been providing archery programs for recreation departments, public and private schools for the past 8 + years. Started JOAD club archery program in 2016Beginners and all skill levels welcome. Archery program is taught by a certified USA archery level 3 coach form On Site Archery. You will learn proper archery range procedures, safety and how to shoot a bow and arrow through a step by step approach.  2 archers can shoot on a target mat , but shooting at least 6 feet apart from each other.  One target cone at least 6 feet or more in front of the the target. Only one archer is pulling arrows at a time.  The other archer either waits behind the cone for physical distancing or goes to collect any missed arrows behind the target.  Kids sanitize hands before and after class.  Sanitizer will be accessible behind every target to be used anytime the archers want it during class .  12 max Grades 6-8 Thursdays 2:00pm-3:00pm at Fay ParkGrades 3-5 Thursdays 3:30pm-4:30pm at Fay ParkSeptember 24th-October 29th
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Parks and Rec Adventures - Fall 2020 3-5
Instructors: Rachele Carbutt and Program Aid Each week will consist of a different excursion into nature around Littleton! We are eliminating van usage for this round of adventures and adopting a drop off and pickup at trip location this session. You must be able to drop off and pickup your child from our location that week in order to enroll in this program.  This program is designed for supervised nature exploration paired with games and crafts. We aim to enrich your child's outdoor time with fun and create a positive relationship between them and the outdoors! Face masks are required and social distancing regulation will be met in accordance with the state guidance on outdoor programming. At this time there was not enough to run the K-2 Grades on Tuesdays for the session starting 9/29. However, if you would like to join, we are open to having your K-2 grader join in with the Thursday group of Grades 3-5. Please call us and we can add them to the roster.Tuesdays: Grades K-2Thursdays: Grades 3-53:30pm - 5:30pmFall 2020 - Grades K-2 GroupSeptember 29 - Prouty Woods October 6 - Newtown HillOctober 13 - George and Lucy YappOctober 20 - Long Lake ParkOctober 27 - Oak HillFall 2020 - Grades 3-5 GroupOctober 1 - Oak HillOctober 8 - Long Lake ParkOctober 15 - George and Lucy YappOctober 22 - New Town Hill October 29 - Prouty WoodsTake a look at our adventures from the last 2 years!!!Spring 2019 https://youtu.be/4mYxv-1q1w8 Fall 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Tm3TKG1cfsIf your child does not have medical records on file at the Parks and Rec office, please fill them out here:https://www.littletonma.org/parks-recreation/forms-documents/pages/required-If a day is cancelled due to inclement weather, we will schedule a makeup date that works for everyone. If a makeup date cannot be scheduled we will proceed with our department refund policy: https://www.littletonma.org/parks-recreation/community-education/pages/register-classes-and-programs
 
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Pickleball - Drop In Pickle Ball- INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
DROP in PICKLEBALL:  Bring your own Racquet if you have one or just show up to play some pickup Pickle ball Games on the Town Courts-  This is a free flowing program where you play in games and enjoy your time in America's Fastest growing sport!  Offered Tuesday's and Thursday's through the end of August.  $5 per session!  Sign up for as many as you'd like!  Enjoy social games of Pickleball, having fun while being safe.  Wear a glove on your non paddle hand, and come ready to play.  Bring a chair, mask (needed for community areas) and your favorite paddle.  Littleton Parks & Rec will supply all the balls.  Sign up today!SENIOR DROP IN PICKLE BALL-Pickleball:  Fridays starting 9/18, 9/25,10/2, 10/9 & 10/1611:00AM-12:00PMTHIS PROGRAM IS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY$5 per day Residents Sign-up in advanceRules:   MASKS needed only for community areas when 6' cannot be maintained and when needing to use bathrooms.   GLOVES need to be worn on both hands if you need to borrow a paddle.  If you own a paddle, you only need to wear a glove on your non-paddle hand.  It can be a disposable glove, cotton glove, golf glove, winter glove, etc...whatever glove is comfortable enough for you to wear while playing. BRING your paddle, chair, hand sanitizer and water bottle/hat.  
 
Friday October 16, 2020
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Single Day Option FRIDAYS for the Month
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
9:00 AM - 7:45 PM    VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & Core Training Pilates - VIRTUAL TOTAL BODY WORKOUT & CORE PILATES
The VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & CORE PilatesGet Fit and Have Fun!By: Susan Robbins  Look your best! Boost your metabolism and strengthen and preserve your muscle tissue with this 60 minute head to toe workout! Learn how to strength train safely. Tone, strengthen your bones, rev up your   metabolism and improve your body composition to less fat and more muscle!   Elevate your mood and your self confidence! This is a great class to break that plateau, mix up your workouts and get the results you have been wanting! CORE Pilates! The second part of the class will work your core with Pilates, for better posture, a flatter tummy and stronger backs! Find your six pack! Don’t miss this dynamic combination! Good health tips for exercise, nutrition and general wellness will be shared every week! Be ready to have fun!  Mental health benefits Improves sleep. Quality sleep is vital for your overall health. Regular activity can help you fall asleep more quickly, sleep more deeply, and wake feeling more energetic and refreshed.Boosts mood and self-confidence. Exercise is a huge stress reliever and the endorphins produced can actually help reduce feelings of sadness, depression, or anxiety. Being active and feeling strong naturally helps you feel more self-confident.Does amazing things for the brain. Activities like Sudoku or crossword puzzles can help keep your brain active, but little comes close to the beneficial effects of exercise on the brain. It can help brain functions as diverse as multitasking and creativity and can help prevent memory loss, cognitive decline, and dementia. Getting active may even help slow the progression of brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease.Come and be ready to have fun! All that is required is a set of weights, a mat and water!     You can start without weights if you wish!                                                                      This class is perfect for the first time exerciser to the fitness enthusiast! You will be given individual attention to ensure that you are getting the most from your workout and exercising safely! FALL SESSION:CLASSES AVAILABLE: SIGN UP AND CHOOSE WHAT FITS YOUR SCHEDULE THAT WEEK ! DO ONE TWO OR THREE CLASSES PER WEEK!CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT 7TH - DECEMBER 21STNO CLASS: LABOR DAY SEPT 7TH, THANKSGIVING, NOV. 26TH OR FRIDAY NOV.27THLAST CLASS: DEC.21ST! MONDAY'S 9:00A.M. AND 6:30P.M.THURSDAY'S 6:45P.M.FRIDAY'S 8:45A.M.ALL CLASSES ARE 1 HOUR IN LENGTH15 CLASSES $225R/ $235NRONCE YOU ENROLL YOU WILL RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINKS TO CLASSES YES, IT'S THAT EASY!NOT SURE IF YOU WILL LIKE VIRTUAL? LET ME KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRY ONE FREE CLASS !  EMAIL US AND WE WILL COORDINATE WITH SUE FOR THE CLASS LINK!SO EASY, SO FUN AND YOU WON'T HAVE TO GO OUT IN THE COLD!All classes must be completed between Sept. 8th and Dec. 21st of 2020BY REGISTERING YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR 15 CLASSES- DATES AND TIMES WILL NOT MATCH YOUR ACTUAL CLASS OPTIONSQUESTIONS: CALL 978-540-2490 or littletonrec@littletonma.orgLOOKING FORWARD TO ZOOMING WITH YOU!
 
3:30 PM - 4:45 PM    Virtual Circuit Makers 101 - Virtual Circuit Lab 101
Let's get creative with electricity! In this junior hands-on electronics class, students will gain experience with creating their own electronics; designing custom light-up greeting cards, electric games, mazes , and more. Each class day consists of a circuitry lesson and hands-on electronics projects, using components like wires, lights, switches, and motors. Circuit Lab staff will make sure participants create many projects that they can be proud of, and each class day includes a project t keep.Students will need a laptop and Zoom account to access the class online.Students will need to have access to: Scotch tape Scissors Pliers Several Washable Markers Stickers (optional for decoration)
 
Saturday October 17, 2020
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Virtual Photography Classes - Virtual Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop for Photographers
Introduction to Digital PhotographyThe most important component to taking a great photograph is you, the photographer. In this 2-our introductory class you will learn how to take better pictures with your digital camera, the basic fundamentals of how to use a digital camera, and how to start seeing like a photographer. Photographers with all types of digital cameras are welcome.  Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I Learn about your Digital SLR (DSLR) camera and how to shoot images in the manual modes resulting in better photographs. Topics include: Understanding DSLR features and functions; Understanding Exposure; Understanding Focusing and Depth of Field; and Understanding Composition and Elements of Visual Design and learning how to see like a photographer. There will be shooting homework between sessions. The 6 2-sessions will consist of lectures as well as photo critiques.  Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option - When purchasing Basic Digital Photography I, if you would like to add the Homework Option, please register for the homework activity as well.   The key components to taking great photographs are knowing how to use your camera in manual mode, understanding the principals of composition and the elements of visual design, seeing like a photographer, and practicing taking photographs. This add-on option to the class is designed to help you put into practice all of the things that yo will learn in class. You will be given shooting assignments each week (4 assignments: weeks 2-5) specific to that week's class material. The instructor will then review your work and provide positive and constructive feedback to help you take your work up another notch. The critiques are provided via video and can be downloaded for reviewing as many times as you like. The instructor will be available to answer questions via email. The best way to improve your photography is to learn from photos that worked well, and from photos that did not work so well.  Prerequisite: Participants should have a Digital SLR camera that provides the ability to adjust ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. Backyard Bird Photography In this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs of the birds in your backyard.Topics will include equipment & gear; camera settings; knowing your subject (food, flight pattern, places to land); setting a scene; ethics - photographers and wildlife. The 2 2-hour sessions will include lectures, homework between sessions and photo critiques.   iPhone Photography IIn this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs with your iPhone. Learn how to use its functions to creatively compose shots, expose for great images, and use apps for editing, post-processing and back up. Please note that this course is for Apple iPhones only.Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop for PhotographersLearn how to use Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to organize, manage, edit, print and share photographs. This class is intended for photographers of all levels. You will learn the best ways to import, store, organize and back up your images; the editing tools and techniques for making great images; how to export images for sharing or for printing; and how t print directly from LR. You will benefit more from this class if you already have Lightroom Classic installed and follow along, but it is not required. Lightroom Classic is available in the Adobe Photography Plan which also includes Photoshop. This class consists of 2 4-hour sessions. 
 
Sunday October 18, 2020
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM    Introduction to Cross Country Running (YOUTH) - Introduction to Cross Country Running (4th- 6th Grade)
Description:  (4th-6th grade) This course is intended to introduce 4th, 5th and 6th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods. Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for  runners and will include runs of up to two miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group). Description: (7th and 8th grade)  This course is intended to introduce 7th and 8th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods.  Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for runners and will include runs of up to 3-5 miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group).  Sessions will also introduce runners to XC specific running workouts that include a focus on speed, strength, and endurance. Instructor:  Ted PainterTed Painter is an RRCA and USATF certified running coach and Littleton High School Cross Country and Track & Field running coach (League and District champions, 3rd place State Championship finishers). He has run over 40 marathons and ultra marathons and has qualified for and ran in the last ten consecutive Boston Marathons.  https://www.facebook.com/paintermarathoncoaching Location:  Fay Park/Prouty Woods Trails/Russell St. Track.  Other Littleton trails may also be used.  Prerequisites:  Participants should be accustomed to a relatively active lifestyle that includes outdoor activities.  The ability to run the distances included in descriptions above will be helpful. Dates & Times:  2 Sessions!Session 1:  6 Sundays, August 30th-October 4th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00Session 2:  6 Sundays, October 11th-November 15th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00 Prerequisites:Participants should be able to run/jog two-three miles without stopping.Cost: $100 R/ $110 NR
 
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM    Introduction to Cross Country Running (YOUTH) - Introduction to Cross Country Running (7th- 9th Grade)
Description:  (4th-6th grade) This course is intended to introduce 4th, 5th and 6th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods. Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for  runners and will include runs of up to two miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group). Description: (7th and 8th grade)  This course is intended to introduce 7th and 8th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods.  Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for runners and will include runs of up to 3-5 miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group).  Sessions will also introduce runners to XC specific running workouts that include a focus on speed, strength, and endurance. Instructor:  Ted PainterTed Painter is an RRCA and USATF certified running coach and Littleton High School Cross Country and Track & Field running coach (League and District champions, 3rd place State Championship finishers). He has run over 40 marathons and ultra marathons and has qualified for and ran in the last ten consecutive Boston Marathons.  https://www.facebook.com/paintermarathoncoaching Location:  Fay Park/Prouty Woods Trails/Russell St. Track.  Other Littleton trails may also be used.  Prerequisites:  Participants should be accustomed to a relatively active lifestyle that includes outdoor activities.  The ability to run the distances included in descriptions above will be helpful. Dates & Times:  2 Sessions!Session 1:  6 Sundays, August 30th-October 4th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00Session 2:  6 Sundays, October 11th-November 15th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00 Prerequisites:Participants should be able to run/jog two-three miles without stopping.Cost: $100 R/ $110 NR
 
1:30 PM - 2:45 PM    Littleton Community Tennis - Drills and Games ages 5-7
Classes missed because of rain will be made up on Thursday afternoonsLEARN TO PLAY TENNIS & PICKLE BALLPickleball and tennis are among the safest sports today.  For the first two weeks, your child will learn how to play Pickleball.  The following two weeks, your child will learn how to play tennis.  This will be done through instruction, drills and games.  Paddles, racquets and hand sanitizer will be provided.  Wednesday's 7/15-8/5 6:00pm - 7:30pmLOCATION: TOWN HALL TENNIS COURTSU12 Learn to Improve: In this three hour program, you will work on forehands, backhands, volleys and serves while playing games. The last thirty minutes will be devoted to game play such as jail, dead ball and survivor. Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 9:00AM-12:00PM  (MAKE UPS WILL BE FRIDAYS)Session 1: 8/24, 8/25, 8/26 Session 2: 8/31, 9/1, 9/2 $110 R, $120 NR Session 3: 9/8, 9/9 $75 R, $85 NR U12 Hit with the Coach: Mondays & Wednesdays 12:00PM-1:00PM 8/24, 8/26, 8/31, 9/2, 9/9 $50 R, $60 NR Minimum/ Maximum: 3 Drills & Games:Ages 5-7 RED Ball Sundays, 1:30PM-2:45PM During each session, players will hit basic strokes while playing drills and games 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $150 R, $160 NR Drills & Games:Ages 8-12 ORANGE & GREEN Ball Sundays 3:00PM-5:00PMDuring each two hour tennis session, players will practice their tennis basics while playing drills and games. The last hour will be devoted to playing doubles with guidance from the instructor. Min: 4, Max: 8 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $255 R, $265 NRLearn how to play doubles: (13+): In this session, you will learn strategies that will help you play your game well. Each ninety minute session will conclude with thirty minute game play. Students should have taken a learn to-play class prior to taking this clinic. Saturdays 9:00AM-10:30AM 9/19, 9/26, 10/3 $75 R, $85 NR Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the week:Mondays 5:30-6:30PM This one hour class set to music with the intent of keeping you moving, will give you the opportunity to hit many balls while focusing on one part of your game. The first fifteen minutes will warm up all your strokes and the last forty-five minutes will focus on the stroke of the week through active drills and games. 8/31 Forehands & Backhands 9/14 Volleys & Lobs 9/21 Serves and Returns 9/28 Approach Shots Session 1 $80R, $90 NR or $25R/ $35 NR per class 10/5 Footwork, form & follow through 10/19 Overheads & Lobs 10/26 Poaching Session 2 $70R, $80 NR or $25R /$35 NR per class
 
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM    Field Hockey Clinic (Youth) - Field Hockey Clinic for Girls Grades 3-5
Instructor: Bethany DeLollis Current Littleton resident and mom. Teacher in Acton-Boxborough for 12 years. Bethany coached the Junior High field hockey team in Littleton last year and will continue to coach at the JV level this season.Program Desctription:Young athletes will learn the basics about the game of field hockey with fun drills and games. Girls will be split up by ability. New players will work on the fundamentals. Experienced players will have an opportunity to learn new skills and scrimmage.All clinic participants must come with a mouth guard & shin guards. Please bring stick if you have one. I do have some for girls to borrow. Wear cleats or sneakers and bring a water bottle.For: Girls Entering 3rd-5th GradeWhen: Sunday Afternoons 2:00pm- 3:15pm September 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $135 R/ $145 NRFor: Girls Entering Middle School Grades 6-8When: Sunday Afternoons: 3:30pm- 5:00pmSeptember 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $150 R/ $160 NRLocation: Alumni Field
 
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Littleton Community Tennis - Drills and Games ages 8-12
Classes missed because of rain will be made up on Thursday afternoonsLEARN TO PLAY TENNIS & PICKLE BALLPickleball and tennis are among the safest sports today.  For the first two weeks, your child will learn how to play Pickleball.  The following two weeks, your child will learn how to play tennis.  This will be done through instruction, drills and games.  Paddles, racquets and hand sanitizer will be provided.  Wednesday's 7/15-8/5 6:00pm - 7:30pmLOCATION: TOWN HALL TENNIS COURTSU12 Learn to Improve: In this three hour program, you will work on forehands, backhands, volleys and serves while playing games. The last thirty minutes will be devoted to game play such as jail, dead ball and survivor. Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 9:00AM-12:00PM  (MAKE UPS WILL BE FRIDAYS)Session 1: 8/24, 8/25, 8/26 Session 2: 8/31, 9/1, 9/2 $110 R, $120 NR Session 3: 9/8, 9/9 $75 R, $85 NR U12 Hit with the Coach: Mondays & Wednesdays 12:00PM-1:00PM 8/24, 8/26, 8/31, 9/2, 9/9 $50 R, $60 NR Minimum/ Maximum: 3 Drills & Games:Ages 5-7 RED Ball Sundays, 1:30PM-2:45PM During each session, players will hit basic strokes while playing drills and games 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $150 R, $160 NR Drills & Games:Ages 8-12 ORANGE & GREEN Ball Sundays 3:00PM-5:00PMDuring each two hour tennis session, players will practice their tennis basics while playing drills and games. The last hour will be devoted to playing doubles with guidance from the instructor. Min: 4, Max: 8 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $255 R, $265 NRLearn how to play doubles: (13+): In this session, you will learn strategies that will help you play your game well. Each ninety minute session will conclude with thirty minute game play. Students should have taken a learn to-play class prior to taking this clinic. Saturdays 9:00AM-10:30AM 9/19, 9/26, 10/3 $75 R, $85 NR Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the week:Mondays 5:30-6:30PM This one hour class set to music with the intent of keeping you moving, will give you the opportunity to hit many balls while focusing on one part of your game. The first fifteen minutes will warm up all your strokes and the last forty-five minutes will focus on the stroke of the week through active drills and games. 8/31 Forehands & Backhands 9/14 Volleys & Lobs 9/21 Serves and Returns 9/28 Approach Shots Session 1 $80R, $90 NR or $25R/ $35 NR per class 10/5 Footwork, form & follow through 10/19 Overheads & Lobs 10/26 Poaching Session 2 $70R, $80 NR or $25R /$35 NR per class
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Field Hockey Clinic (Youth) - Field Hockey Clinic for Girls Grades 6-8
Instructor: Bethany DeLollis Current Littleton resident and mom. Teacher in Acton-Boxborough for 12 years. Bethany coached the Junior High field hockey team in Littleton last year and will continue to coach at the JV level this season.Program Desctription:Young athletes will learn the basics about the game of field hockey with fun drills and games. Girls will be split up by ability. New players will work on the fundamentals. Experienced players will have an opportunity to learn new skills and scrimmage.All clinic participants must come with a mouth guard & shin guards. Please bring stick if you have one. I do have some for girls to borrow. Wear cleats or sneakers and bring a water bottle.For: Girls Entering 3rd-5th GradeWhen: Sunday Afternoons 2:00pm- 3:15pm September 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $135 R/ $145 NRFor: Girls Entering Middle School Grades 6-8When: Sunday Afternoons: 3:30pm- 5:00pmSeptember 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $150 R/ $160 NRLocation: Alumni Field
 
5:05 PM - 6:45 PM    Pickleball - Drop In Pickle Ball- INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
DROP in PICKLEBALL:  Bring your own Racquet if you have one or just show up to play some pickup Pickle ball Games on the Town Courts-  This is a free flowing program where you play in games and enjoy your time in America's Fastest growing sport!  Offered Tuesday's and Thursday's through the end of August.  $5 per session!  Sign up for as many as you'd like!  Enjoy social games of Pickleball, having fun while being safe.  Wear a glove on your non paddle hand, and come ready to play.  Bring a chair, mask (needed for community areas) and your favorite paddle.  Littleton Parks & Rec will supply all the balls.  Sign up today!SENIOR DROP IN PICKLE BALL-Pickleball:  Fridays starting 9/18, 9/25,10/2, 10/9 & 10/1611:00AM-12:00PMTHIS PROGRAM IS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY$5 per day Residents Sign-up in advanceRules:   MASKS needed only for community areas when 6' cannot be maintained and when needing to use bathrooms.   GLOVES need to be worn on both hands if you need to borrow a paddle.  If you own a paddle, you only need to wear a glove on your non-paddle hand.  It can be a disposable glove, cotton glove, golf glove, winter glove, etc...whatever glove is comfortable enough for you to wear while playing. BRING your paddle, chair, hand sanitizer and water bottle/hat.  
 
Monday October 19, 2020
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Single Day Option MONDAY for the Month
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
9:00 AM - 7:45 PM    VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & Core Training Pilates - VIRTUAL TOTAL BODY WORKOUT & CORE PILATES
The VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & CORE PilatesGet Fit and Have Fun!By: Susan Robbins  Look your best! Boost your metabolism and strengthen and preserve your muscle tissue with this 60 minute head to toe workout! Learn how to strength train safely. Tone, strengthen your bones, rev up your   metabolism and improve your body composition to less fat and more muscle!   Elevate your mood and your self confidence! This is a great class to break that plateau, mix up your workouts and get the results you have been wanting! CORE Pilates! The second part of the class will work your core with Pilates, for better posture, a flatter tummy and stronger backs! Find your six pack! Don’t miss this dynamic combination! Good health tips for exercise, nutrition and general wellness will be shared every week! Be ready to have fun!  Mental health benefits Improves sleep. Quality sleep is vital for your overall health. Regular activity can help you fall asleep more quickly, sleep more deeply, and wake feeling more energetic and refreshed.Boosts mood and self-confidence. Exercise is a huge stress reliever and the endorphins produced can actually help reduce feelings of sadness, depression, or anxiety. Being active and feeling strong naturally helps you feel more self-confident.Does amazing things for the brain. Activities like Sudoku or crossword puzzles can help keep your brain active, but little comes close to the beneficial effects of exercise on the brain. It can help brain functions as diverse as multitasking and creativity and can help prevent memory loss, cognitive decline, and dementia. Getting active may even help slow the progression of brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease.Come and be ready to have fun! All that is required is a set of weights, a mat and water!     You can start without weights if you wish!                                                                      This class is perfect for the first time exerciser to the fitness enthusiast! You will be given individual attention to ensure that you are getting the most from your workout and exercising safely! FALL SESSION:CLASSES AVAILABLE: SIGN UP AND CHOOSE WHAT FITS YOUR SCHEDULE THAT WEEK ! DO ONE TWO OR THREE CLASSES PER WEEK!CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT 7TH - DECEMBER 21STNO CLASS: LABOR DAY SEPT 7TH, THANKSGIVING, NOV. 26TH OR FRIDAY NOV.27THLAST CLASS: DEC.21ST! MONDAY'S 9:00A.M. AND 6:30P.M.THURSDAY'S 6:45P.M.FRIDAY'S 8:45A.M.ALL CLASSES ARE 1 HOUR IN LENGTH15 CLASSES $225R/ $235NRONCE YOU ENROLL YOU WILL RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINKS TO CLASSES YES, IT'S THAT EASY!NOT SURE IF YOU WILL LIKE VIRTUAL? LET ME KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRY ONE FREE CLASS !  EMAIL US AND WE WILL COORDINATE WITH SUE FOR THE CLASS LINK!SO EASY, SO FUN AND YOU WON'T HAVE TO GO OUT IN THE COLD!All classes must be completed between Sept. 8th and Dec. 21st of 2020BY REGISTERING YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR 15 CLASSES- DATES AND TIMES WILL NOT MATCH YOUR ACTUAL CLASS OPTIONSQUESTIONS: CALL 978-540-2490 or littletonrec@littletonma.orgLOOKING FORWARD TO ZOOMING WITH YOU!
 
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM    Pickleball - Drop In Pickle Ball- BEGINNER LEVEL
DROP in PICKLEBALL:  Bring your own Racquet if you have one or just show up to play some pickup Pickle ball Games on the Town Courts-  This is a free flowing program where you play in games and enjoy your time in America's Fastest growing sport!  Offered Tuesday's and Thursday's through the end of August.  $5 per session!  Sign up for as many as you'd like!  Enjoy social games of Pickleball, having fun while being safe.  Wear a glove on your non paddle hand, and come ready to play.  Bring a chair, mask (needed for community areas) and your favorite paddle.  Littleton Parks & Rec will supply all the balls.  Sign up today!SENIOR DROP IN PICKLE BALL-Pickleball:  Fridays starting 9/18, 9/25,10/2, 10/9 & 10/1611:00AM-12:00PMTHIS PROGRAM IS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY$5 per day Residents Sign-up in advanceRules:   MASKS needed only for community areas when 6' cannot be maintained and when needing to use bathrooms.   GLOVES need to be worn on both hands if you need to borrow a paddle.  If you own a paddle, you only need to wear a glove on your non-paddle hand.  It can be a disposable glove, cotton glove, golf glove, winter glove, etc...whatever glove is comfortable enough for you to wear while playing. BRING your paddle, chair, hand sanitizer and water bottle/hat.  
 
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM    After School Tennis and Pickle Ball Programs with Sue Adams - Middle School Mondays
Middle School Tennis Mondays When: Mondays 2:00PM-3:30PM 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19 and 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St) Learn to play tennis or improve the skills you already have. Participants will be grouped according to skill. During every class, a new skill will be taught or emphasized. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8 Cost: $160 R/ $170 NRShaker Lane Tennis Grades 1 & 2 When: Mondays 3:45-4:45PM  9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19, 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Through games and instruction, kids will learn how to play tennis. Minimum: 4Maximum: 8 Cost: $105 R/ $115 NRAfter school Pickleball Club geared for students aged 11 -15:When: Tuesdays 3:00PM-5:00PM 9/22, 9/29, 10/6, 10/13, 10/20 Rain date: 10/27 Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Pickleball is a sport that combines the elements of Badminton, Ping Pong and Tennis. Learn how to play this fast paced game and enjoy two hours of exercise and fun competition! You will be taught how to play the game. After the first two classes, students will start with thirty minutes of drills followed by ninety minutes of Pickleball play.Minimum: 4Maximum: 8  Cost: $75R, $85NRRussell Street Kids Tennis Program When: Wednesdays 2:45PM-4:00PM  9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28 Rain date: TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Learn how to play tennis or improve your tennis strokes. Join us for this fun filled class where one tennis skill will be highlighted every week. Whether you are a beginner or looking to improve your consistency, this class is for you. Groups will be formed based on skill level. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8  Cost: $140R, $150NR Aerobic Tennis for HS studentsWhen: Wednesdays 4:15PM-5:15PM 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14 Rain date: 10/21Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)This one hour active class set to music is geared towards high school students that wish to hit many balls.  Cost: $80 R, $90 NR
 
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM    After School Tennis and Pickle Ball Programs with Sue Adams - Shaker Lane Tennis (Grades 1 & 2)
Middle School Tennis Mondays When: Mondays 2:00PM-3:30PM 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19 and 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St) Learn to play tennis or improve the skills you already have. Participants will be grouped according to skill. During every class, a new skill will be taught or emphasized. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8 Cost: $160 R/ $170 NRShaker Lane Tennis Grades 1 & 2 When: Mondays 3:45-4:45PM  9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19, 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Through games and instruction, kids will learn how to play tennis. Minimum: 4Maximum: 8 Cost: $105 R/ $115 NRAfter school Pickleball Club geared for students aged 11 -15:When: Tuesdays 3:00PM-5:00PM 9/22, 9/29, 10/6, 10/13, 10/20 Rain date: 10/27 Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Pickleball is a sport that combines the elements of Badminton, Ping Pong and Tennis. Learn how to play this fast paced game and enjoy two hours of exercise and fun competition! You will be taught how to play the game. After the first two classes, students will start with thirty minutes of drills followed by ninety minutes of Pickleball play.Minimum: 4Maximum: 8  Cost: $75R, $85NRRussell Street Kids Tennis Program When: Wednesdays 2:45PM-4:00PM  9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28 Rain date: TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Learn how to play tennis or improve your tennis strokes. Join us for this fun filled class where one tennis skill will be highlighted every week. Whether you are a beginner or looking to improve your consistency, this class is for you. Groups will be formed based on skill level. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8  Cost: $140R, $150NR Aerobic Tennis for HS studentsWhen: Wednesdays 4:15PM-5:15PM 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14 Rain date: 10/21Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)This one hour active class set to music is geared towards high school students that wish to hit many balls.  Cost: $80 R, $90 NR
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Littleton Community Tennis - Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the Week
Classes missed because of rain will be made up on Thursday afternoonsLEARN TO PLAY TENNIS & PICKLE BALLPickleball and tennis are among the safest sports today.  For the first two weeks, your child will learn how to play Pickleball.  The following two weeks, your child will learn how to play tennis.  This will be done through instruction, drills and games.  Paddles, racquets and hand sanitizer will be provided.  Wednesday's 7/15-8/5 6:00pm - 7:30pmLOCATION: TOWN HALL TENNIS COURTSU12 Learn to Improve: In this three hour program, you will work on forehands, backhands, volleys and serves while playing games. The last thirty minutes will be devoted to game play such as jail, dead ball and survivor. Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 9:00AM-12:00PM  (MAKE UPS WILL BE FRIDAYS)Session 1: 8/24, 8/25, 8/26 Session 2: 8/31, 9/1, 9/2 $110 R, $120 NR Session 3: 9/8, 9/9 $75 R, $85 NR U12 Hit with the Coach: Mondays & Wednesdays 12:00PM-1:00PM 8/24, 8/26, 8/31, 9/2, 9/9 $50 R, $60 NR Minimum/ Maximum: 3 Drills & Games:Ages 5-7 RED Ball Sundays, 1:30PM-2:45PM During each session, players will hit basic strokes while playing drills and games 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $150 R, $160 NR Drills & Games:Ages 8-12 ORANGE & GREEN Ball Sundays 3:00PM-5:00PMDuring each two hour tennis session, players will practice their tennis basics while playing drills and games. The last hour will be devoted to playing doubles with guidance from the instructor. Min: 4, Max: 8 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $255 R, $265 NRLearn how to play doubles: (13+): In this session, you will learn strategies that will help you play your game well. Each ninety minute session will conclude with thirty minute game play. Students should have taken a learn to-play class prior to taking this clinic. Saturdays 9:00AM-10:30AM 9/19, 9/26, 10/3 $75 R, $85 NR Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the week:Mondays 5:30-6:30PM This one hour class set to music with the intent of keeping you moving, will give you the opportunity to hit many balls while focusing on one part of your game. The first fifteen minutes will warm up all your strokes and the last forty-five minutes will focus on the stroke of the week through active drills and games. 8/31 Forehands & Backhands 9/14 Volleys & Lobs 9/21 Serves and Returns 9/28 Approach Shots Session 1 $80R, $90 NR or $25R/ $35 NR per class 10/5 Footwork, form & follow through 10/19 Overheads & Lobs 10/26 Poaching Session 2 $70R, $80 NR or $25R /$35 NR per class
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Virtual Photography Classes - Virtual iPhone Photography
Introduction to Digital PhotographyThe most important component to taking a great photograph is you, the photographer. In this 2-our introductory class you will learn how to take better pictures with your digital camera, the basic fundamentals of how to use a digital camera, and how to start seeing like a photographer. Photographers with all types of digital cameras are welcome.  Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I Learn about your Digital SLR (DSLR) camera and how to shoot images in the manual modes resulting in better photographs. Topics include: Understanding DSLR features and functions; Understanding Exposure; Understanding Focusing and Depth of Field; and Understanding Composition and Elements of Visual Design and learning how to see like a photographer. There will be shooting homework between sessions. The 6 2-sessions will consist of lectures as well as photo critiques.  Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option - When purchasing Basic Digital Photography I, if you would like to add the Homework Option, please register for the homework activity as well.   The key components to taking great photographs are knowing how to use your camera in manual mode, understanding the principals of composition and the elements of visual design, seeing like a photographer, and practicing taking photographs. This add-on option to the class is designed to help you put into practice all of the things that yo will learn in class. You will be given shooting assignments each week (4 assignments: weeks 2-5) specific to that week's class material. The instructor will then review your work and provide positive and constructive feedback to help you take your work up another notch. The critiques are provided via video and can be downloaded for reviewing as many times as you like. The instructor will be available to answer questions via email. The best way to improve your photography is to learn from photos that worked well, and from photos that did not work so well.  Prerequisite: Participants should have a Digital SLR camera that provides the ability to adjust ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. Backyard Bird Photography In this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs of the birds in your backyard.Topics will include equipment & gear; camera settings; knowing your subject (food, flight pattern, places to land); setting a scene; ethics - photographers and wildlife. The 2 2-hour sessions will include lectures, homework between sessions and photo critiques.   iPhone Photography IIn this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs with your iPhone. Learn how to use its functions to creatively compose shots, expose for great images, and use apps for editing, post-processing and back up. Please note that this course is for Apple iPhones only.Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop for PhotographersLearn how to use Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to organize, manage, edit, print and share photographs. This class is intended for photographers of all levels. You will learn the best ways to import, store, organize and back up your images; the editing tools and techniques for making great images; how to export images for sharing or for printing; and how t print directly from LR. You will benefit more from this class if you already have Lightroom Classic installed and follow along, but it is not required. Lightroom Classic is available in the Adobe Photography Plan which also includes Photoshop. This class consists of 2 4-hour sessions. 
 
Tuesday October 20, 2020
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - OCTOBER ONLY 10 SESSIONS
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Single Day Option TUESDAY for the Month
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - NEW CLASS OPTION 9:15am!
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Boston Elite Basketball Skill Sessions - Middle School Basketball After School Skills Session for Girls and Boys
Instructors: Terrell Hollins & Kenny SmallAfter school basketball skills sessions for middle school and elementary school boys and girls to better prepare for  and add confidence for their basketball careers!  COVID-19 Policies in placeSKILLS AND DRILLS ONLY!Fall Session for LMS Students (Grades 6-8): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/273:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the Trees$150 Residents/ $160 Non-ResidentsFall Session for Russell Street School Students (Grades 3 - 5): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/27 3:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the TreesRAINOUTS WILL BE MADE UP ON THURSDAY'S- YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED VIA EMAIL REGARDING RAINOUTS- PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAILS BEFORE HEADING TO THE PROGRAM.
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Boston Elite Basketball Skill Sessions - Russell Street Elementary Basketball After School Skills Session for Girls and Boys
Instructors: Terrell Hollins & Kenny SmallAfter school basketball skills sessions for middle school and elementary school boys and girls to better prepare for  and add confidence for their basketball careers!  COVID-19 Policies in placeSKILLS AND DRILLS ONLY!Fall Session for LMS Students (Grades 6-8): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/273:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the Trees$150 Residents/ $160 Non-ResidentsFall Session for Russell Street School Students (Grades 3 - 5): Tuesdays 9/25 - 10/27 3:00pm - 4:00pm at Castle in the TreesRAINOUTS WILL BE MADE UP ON THURSDAY'S- YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED VIA EMAIL REGARDING RAINOUTS- PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAILS BEFORE HEADING TO THE PROGRAM.
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Pickleball - Drop In Pickle Ball- INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
DROP in PICKLEBALL:  Bring your own Racquet if you have one or just show up to play some pickup Pickle ball Games on the Town Courts-  This is a free flowing program where you play in games and enjoy your time in America's Fastest growing sport!  Offered Tuesday's and Thursday's through the end of August.  $5 per session!  Sign up for as many as you'd like!  Enjoy social games of Pickleball, having fun while being safe.  Wear a glove on your non paddle hand, and come ready to play.  Bring a chair, mask (needed for community areas) and your favorite paddle.  Littleton Parks & Rec will supply all the balls.  Sign up today!SENIOR DROP IN PICKLE BALL-Pickleball:  Fridays starting 9/18, 9/25,10/2, 10/9 & 10/1611:00AM-12:00PMTHIS PROGRAM IS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY$5 per day Residents Sign-up in advanceRules:   MASKS needed only for community areas when 6' cannot be maintained and when needing to use bathrooms.   GLOVES need to be worn on both hands if you need to borrow a paddle.  If you own a paddle, you only need to wear a glove on your non-paddle hand.  It can be a disposable glove, cotton glove, golf glove, winter glove, etc...whatever glove is comfortable enough for you to wear while playing. BRING your paddle, chair, hand sanitizer and water bottle/hat.  
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Virtual Photography Classes - Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option
Introduction to Digital PhotographyThe most important component to taking a great photograph is you, the photographer. In this 2-our introductory class you will learn how to take better pictures with your digital camera, the basic fundamentals of how to use a digital camera, and how to start seeing like a photographer. Photographers with all types of digital cameras are welcome.  Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I Learn about your Digital SLR (DSLR) camera and how to shoot images in the manual modes resulting in better photographs. Topics include: Understanding DSLR features and functions; Understanding Exposure; Understanding Focusing and Depth of Field; and Understanding Composition and Elements of Visual Design and learning how to see like a photographer. There will be shooting homework between sessions. The 6 2-sessions will consist of lectures as well as photo critiques.  Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option - When purchasing Basic Digital Photography I, if you would like to add the Homework Option, please register for the homework activity as well.   The key components to taking great photographs are knowing how to use your camera in manual mode, understanding the principals of composition and the elements of visual design, seeing like a photographer, and practicing taking photographs. This add-on option to the class is designed to help you put into practice all of the things that yo will learn in class. You will be given shooting assignments each week (4 assignments: weeks 2-5) specific to that week's class material. The instructor will then review your work and provide positive and constructive feedback to help you take your work up another notch. The critiques are provided via video and can be downloaded for reviewing as many times as you like. The instructor will be available to answer questions via email. The best way to improve your photography is to learn from photos that worked well, and from photos that did not work so well.  Prerequisite: Participants should have a Digital SLR camera that provides the ability to adjust ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. Backyard Bird Photography In this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs of the birds in your backyard.Topics will include equipment & gear; camera settings; knowing your subject (food, flight pattern, places to land); setting a scene; ethics - photographers and wildlife. The 2 2-hour sessions will include lectures, homework between sessions and photo critiques.   iPhone Photography IIn this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs with your iPhone. Learn how to use its functions to creatively compose shots, expose for great images, and use apps for editing, post-processing and back up. Please note that this course is for Apple iPhones only.Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop for PhotographersLearn how to use Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to organize, manage, edit, print and share photographs. This class is intended for photographers of all levels. You will learn the best ways to import, store, organize and back up your images; the editing tools and techniques for making great images; how to export images for sharing or for printing; and how t print directly from LR. You will benefit more from this class if you already have Lightroom Classic installed and follow along, but it is not required. Lightroom Classic is available in the Adobe Photography Plan which also includes Photoshop. This class consists of 2 4-hour sessions. 
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Virtual Photography Classes - Virtual Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I
Introduction to Digital PhotographyThe most important component to taking a great photograph is you, the photographer. In this 2-our introductory class you will learn how to take better pictures with your digital camera, the basic fundamentals of how to use a digital camera, and how to start seeing like a photographer. Photographers with all types of digital cameras are welcome.  Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I Learn about your Digital SLR (DSLR) camera and how to shoot images in the manual modes resulting in better photographs. Topics include: Understanding DSLR features and functions; Understanding Exposure; Understanding Focusing and Depth of Field; and Understanding Composition and Elements of Visual Design and learning how to see like a photographer. There will be shooting homework between sessions. The 6 2-sessions will consist of lectures as well as photo critiques.  Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option - When purchasing Basic Digital Photography I, if you would like to add the Homework Option, please register for the homework activity as well.   The key components to taking great photographs are knowing how to use your camera in manual mode, understanding the principals of composition and the elements of visual design, seeing like a photographer, and practicing taking photographs. This add-on option to the class is designed to help you put into practice all of the things that yo will learn in class. You will be given shooting assignments each week (4 assignments: weeks 2-5) specific to that week's class material. The instructor will then review your work and provide positive and constructive feedback to help you take your work up another notch. The critiques are provided via video and can be downloaded for reviewing as many times as you like. The instructor will be available to answer questions via email. The best way to improve your photography is to learn from photos that worked well, and from photos that did not work so well.  Prerequisite: Participants should have a Digital SLR camera that provides the ability to adjust ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. Backyard Bird Photography In this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs of the birds in your backyard.Topics will include equipment & gear; camera settings; knowing your subject (food, flight pattern, places to land); setting a scene; ethics - photographers and wildlife. The 2 2-hour sessions will include lectures, homework between sessions and photo critiques.   iPhone Photography IIn this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs with your iPhone. Learn how to use its functions to creatively compose shots, expose for great images, and use apps for editing, post-processing and back up. Please note that this course is for Apple iPhones only.Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop for PhotographersLearn how to use Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to organize, manage, edit, print and share photographs. This class is intended for photographers of all levels. You will learn the best ways to import, store, organize and back up your images; the editing tools and techniques for making great images; how to export images for sharing or for printing; and how t print directly from LR. You will benefit more from this class if you already have Lightroom Classic installed and follow along, but it is not required. Lightroom Classic is available in the Adobe Photography Plan which also includes Photoshop. This class consists of 2 4-hour sessions. 
 
Wednesday October 21, 2020
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group B SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM    After School Tennis and Pickle Ball Programs with Sue Adams - Russell Street Kids Tennis Program (Grades 3-5)
Middle School Tennis Mondays When: Mondays 2:00PM-3:30PM 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19 and 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St) Learn to play tennis or improve the skills you already have. Participants will be grouped according to skill. During every class, a new skill will be taught or emphasized. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8 Cost: $160 R/ $170 NRShaker Lane Tennis Grades 1 & 2 When: Mondays 3:45-4:45PM  9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/19, 10/26 No class Columbus Day Rain date- TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Through games and instruction, kids will learn how to play tennis. Minimum: 4Maximum: 8 Cost: $105 R/ $115 NRAfter school Pickleball Club geared for students aged 11 -15:When: Tuesdays 3:00PM-5:00PM 9/22, 9/29, 10/6, 10/13, 10/20 Rain date: 10/27 Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Pickleball is a sport that combines the elements of Badminton, Ping Pong and Tennis. Learn how to play this fast paced game and enjoy two hours of exercise and fun competition! You will be taught how to play the game. After the first two classes, students will start with thirty minutes of drills followed by ninety minutes of Pickleball play.Minimum: 4Maximum: 8  Cost: $75R, $85NRRussell Street Kids Tennis Program When: Wednesdays 2:45PM-4:00PM  9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28 Rain date: TBDWhere: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)Learn how to play tennis or improve your tennis strokes. Join us for this fun filled class where one tennis skill will be highlighted every week. Whether you are a beginner or looking to improve your consistency, this class is for you. Groups will be formed based on skill level. Games will be played during the last thirty minutes of class. Minimum: 4 Maximum: 8  Cost: $140R, $150NR Aerobic Tennis for HS studentsWhen: Wednesdays 4:15PM-5:15PM 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14 Rain date: 10/21Where: Town Hall Tennis Courts (33 Shattuck St)This one hour active class set to music is geared towards high school students that wish to hit many balls.  Cost: $80 R, $90 NR
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Virtual Mad Science - Virtual Mad Science Lab
Mad Science Lab This multi-week program includes demonstrations, interactive virtual games and home delivered science equipment to use during the virtual classes. Children will supplement grade level appropriate curriculum with activities that teach children to problem solve like a scientist. They will learn about forensics, physics, space, geology, optical illusions and structural engineering. The fun continues off screen with home lab experiments and activities too!Once registered, we will contact you with regards to arranging a time for picking up class materials.Branded Mad Science bag with 8 pieces of science equipment and instructions will be provided by instructor. 
 
Thursday October 22, 2020
6:00 AM - 6:45 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - OCTOBER ONLY 10 SESSIONS
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
7:15 AM - 2:15 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A LITTLETON MIDDLE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:15 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Single Day Option THURSDAYs for the Month
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
7:45 AM - 2:30 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A RUSSELL STREET SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Monitored Remote Learning Program - Remote Learning Program Group A SHAKER LANE SCHOOL
Littleton P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program will offer students a safe and fun place to participate in remote learning while providing necessary child care for working parents during the school day.   P.R.C.E.’s Monitored Remote Learning Program is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment that will allow children to connect with their teachers and classes remotely.  Staff will guide students with homework and assignment support. It is important to note that Littleton P.R.C.E. is not providing credentialed teachers for the program at this time. Staff will do their utmost to support children and guide them to resources and support they may need. Participants must be enrolled in remote learning through public or private schools.  While the focus of the program is to keep children connected virtually to their teachers, we will also provide outdoor activities, physical fitness, time away from screens, games, and other opportunities to socialize in a positive, safe environment.   OVERVIEW Grades K - 8 7:15 am - 3:00 pm, Monday – Friday Small “Pods” Multiple Sibling Discount Limited space available FOR OCTOBER HALF DAYS:10/7 and 10/21 Are ALL SCHOOL HALF DAYS- LITTLETON PRCE will show a movie for all half day students- ALL PICKUPS WILL BE 2:15pm FOR ALL CHILDREN ENROLLED AT the Remote Learning Program.FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL - There is an Additional 2 Half Days 10/28 & 10/29 - Pick up for those days will be at 11:45am- We are only charging half the day rate for those 2 days.The safety of both students and staff is of the utmost importance to us. Preliminary program safety measures will include a mask requirement for both students and staff, consistent pods of 15-25 students with care taken to prevent cross-contamination, frequent sanitizing, and time outside whenever possible. Our spaces comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured age-appropriate enrichment activities.  Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media, and other online school demands.   PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS Remote learning device (school-issued Chromebook, laptop, etc.)  Headphones (with microphone preferred) Easy access to all required log-ins/passwords Appropriate school supplies A mask (masks are required for both children and adults)- PACK EXTRAS Lunch + two snacks + water bottle To the best of your ability, please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software. Students should dress comfortably. RATES Currently, we are still working out the rates for the program. We are targeting a $40-$60 per day rate.   The WAITLIST will help us determine the final cost per child.  The more children enrolled the lower the cost.   Included in this cost is: Program Coordinator Designated Program Aide(s) in each learning center Constant sanitization and nightly deep cleaning Planned age-appropriate activities, games, and socialization time  ENROLLMENT To reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep the program affordable the program is designed to keep learning pods together week after week.  Families will need to sign up for the entire month-long session. Progressive payment plans and sibling discounts are available. Enrollment will be on a strictly first come first serve basis. 
 
9:00 AM - 7:45 PM    VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & Core Training Pilates - VIRTUAL TOTAL BODY WORKOUT & CORE PILATES
The VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & CORE PilatesGet Fit and Have Fun!By: Susan Robbins  Look your best! Boost your metabolism and strengthen and preserve your muscle tissue with this 60 minute head to toe workout! Learn how to strength train safely. Tone, strengthen your bones, rev up your   metabolism and improve your body composition to less fat and more muscle!   Elevate your mood and your self confidence! This is a great class to break that plateau, mix up your workouts and get the results you have been wanting! CORE Pilates! The second part of the class will work your core with Pilates, for better posture, a flatter tummy and stronger backs! Find your six pack! Don’t miss this dynamic combination! Good health tips for exercise, nutrition and general wellness will be shared every week! Be ready to have fun!  Mental health benefits Improves sleep. Quality sleep is vital for your overall health. Regular activity can help you fall asleep more quickly, sleep more deeply, and wake feeling more energetic and refreshed.Boosts mood and self-confidence. Exercise is a huge stress reliever and the endorphins produced can actually help reduce feelings of sadness, depression, or anxiety. Being active and feeling strong naturally helps you feel more self-confident.Does amazing things for the brain. Activities like Sudoku or crossword puzzles can help keep your brain active, but little comes close to the beneficial effects of exercise on the brain. It can help brain functions as diverse as multitasking and creativity and can help prevent memory loss, cognitive decline, and dementia. Getting active may even help slow the progression of brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease.Come and be ready to have fun! All that is required is a set of weights, a mat and water!     You can start without weights if you wish!                                                                      This class is perfect for the first time exerciser to the fitness enthusiast! You will be given individual attention to ensure that you are getting the most from your workout and exercising safely! FALL SESSION:CLASSES AVAILABLE: SIGN UP AND CHOOSE WHAT FITS YOUR SCHEDULE THAT WEEK ! DO ONE TWO OR THREE CLASSES PER WEEK!CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT 7TH - DECEMBER 21STNO CLASS: LABOR DAY SEPT 7TH, THANKSGIVING, NOV. 26TH OR FRIDAY NOV.27THLAST CLASS: DEC.21ST! MONDAY'S 9:00A.M. AND 6:30P.M.THURSDAY'S 6:45P.M.FRIDAY'S 8:45A.M.ALL CLASSES ARE 1 HOUR IN LENGTH15 CLASSES $225R/ $235NRONCE YOU ENROLL YOU WILL RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINKS TO CLASSES YES, IT'S THAT EASY!NOT SURE IF YOU WILL LIKE VIRTUAL? LET ME KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRY ONE FREE CLASS !  EMAIL US AND WE WILL COORDINATE WITH SUE FOR THE CLASS LINK!SO EASY, SO FUN AND YOU WON'T HAVE TO GO OUT IN THE COLD!All classes must be completed between Sept. 8th and Dec. 21st of 2020BY REGISTERING YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR 15 CLASSES- DATES AND TIMES WILL NOT MATCH YOUR ACTUAL CLASS OPTIONSQUESTIONS: CALL 978-540-2490 or littletonrec@littletonma.orgLOOKING FORWARD TO ZOOMING WITH YOU!
 
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM    Amy's Sunrise Boot Camp - Amy's Summer Sunrise Boot Camp - NEW CLASS OPTION 9:15am!
Instructor: Amy ZaferacopoulosLocation: Russell Street School Track (55 Russell St, Littleton MA)Sunrise Boot Camp is an indoor/outdoor fitness class designed to build muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in a fun and positive, safe environment. This 60-minute class will use a combination of skills and drills including strength, speed and agility, functional movement, high intensity intervals, core conditioning and more all designed to give you a safe effective workout designed for the entire body. Each class will begin with a warm- up and end with a cool down and stretch. All fitness levels are welcome, modifications are always available to ensure your best possible workout. Instructor, Amy Zaferacopoulos, has a BS in Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor. She has experience with group fitness and personal training in corporate, commercial and community fitness working with children and adults of all ages and fitness levels.Summer Session:August Only (8 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 - 7:00 am $96R/$106NR Drop-In $15August & September (16 Sessions) Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:45 - 6:45 am $192R.$202 NR Drop-In $15Fall Session:  TBA!** In the event that Littleton Public Schools are closed for any reason (Snow/Emergency etc) the class will be moved to Town Offices Multi-Purpose Room- You will be notified by instructor or by local news for closure.
 
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Youth Archery - AFTER SCHOOL Archery for GRADES 6-8
AFTER SCHOOL Archery with On-Site Archery! Location: Fay Park2 age levels: Grades 6-8 & Grades 3-5Instructor: Bob WaitOn Site Archery BS UMass Certified USA Archery Level 3 National Training System Coach Bob has been providing archery programs for recreation departments, public and private schools for the past 8 + years. Started JOAD club archery program in 2016Beginners and all skill levels welcome. Archery program is taught by a certified USA archery level 3 coach form On Site Archery. You will learn proper archery range procedures, safety and how to shoot a bow and arrow through a step by step approach.  2 archers can shoot on a target mat , but shooting at least 6 feet apart from each other.  One target cone at least 6 feet or more in front of the the target. Only one archer is pulling arrows at a time.  The other archer either waits behind the cone for physical distancing or goes to collect any missed arrows behind the target.  Kids sanitize hands before and after class.  Sanitizer will be accessible behind every target to be used anytime the archers want it during class .  12 max Grades 6-8 Thursdays 2:00pm-3:00pm at Fay ParkGrades 3-5 Thursdays 3:30pm-4:30pm at Fay ParkSeptember 24th-October 29th
 
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM    Youth Archery - AFTER SCHOOL Archery for GRADES 3-5
AFTER SCHOOL Archery with On-Site Archery! Location: Fay Park2 age levels: Grades 6-8 & Grades 3-5Instructor: Bob WaitOn Site Archery BS UMass Certified USA Archery Level 3 National Training System Coach Bob has been providing archery programs for recreation departments, public and private schools for the past 8 + years. Started JOAD club archery program in 2016Beginners and all skill levels welcome. Archery program is taught by a certified USA archery level 3 coach form On Site Archery. You will learn proper archery range procedures, safety and how to shoot a bow and arrow through a step by step approach.  2 archers can shoot on a target mat , but shooting at least 6 feet apart from each other.  One target cone at least 6 feet or more in front of the the target. Only one archer is pulling arrows at a time.  The other archer either waits behind the cone for physical distancing or goes to collect any missed arrows behind the target.  Kids sanitize hands before and after class.  Sanitizer will be accessible behind every target to be used anytime the archers want it during class .  12 max Grades 6-8 Thursdays 2:00pm-3:00pm at Fay ParkGrades 3-5 Thursdays 3:30pm-4:30pm at Fay ParkSeptember 24th-October 29th
 
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Parks and Rec Adventures - Fall 2020 3-5
Instructors: Rachele Carbutt and Program Aid Each week will consist of a different excursion into nature around Littleton! We are eliminating van usage for this round of adventures and adopting a drop off and pickup at trip location this session. You must be able to drop off and pickup your child from our location that week in order to enroll in this program.  This program is designed for supervised nature exploration paired with games and crafts. We aim to enrich your child's outdoor time with fun and create a positive relationship between them and the outdoors! Face masks are required and social distancing regulation will be met in accordance with the state guidance on outdoor programming. At this time there was not enough to run the K-2 Grades on Tuesdays for the session starting 9/29. However, if you would like to join, we are open to having your K-2 grader join in with the Thursday group of Grades 3-5. Please call us and we can add them to the roster.Tuesdays: Grades K-2Thursdays: Grades 3-53:30pm - 5:30pmFall 2020 - Grades K-2 GroupSeptember 29 - Prouty Woods October 6 - Newtown HillOctober 13 - George and Lucy YappOctober 20 - Long Lake ParkOctober 27 - Oak HillFall 2020 - Grades 3-5 GroupOctober 1 - Oak HillOctober 8 - Long Lake ParkOctober 15 - George and Lucy YappOctober 22 - New Town Hill October 29 - Prouty WoodsTake a look at our adventures from the last 2 years!!!Spring 2019 https://youtu.be/4mYxv-1q1w8 Fall 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Tm3TKG1cfsIf your child does not have medical records on file at the Parks and Rec office, please fill them out here:https://www.littletonma.org/parks-recreation/forms-documents/pages/required-If a day is cancelled due to inclement weather, we will schedule a makeup date that works for everyone. If a makeup date cannot be scheduled we will proceed with our department refund policy: https://www.littletonma.org/parks-recreation/community-education/pages/register-classes-and-programs
 
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Pickleball - Drop In Pickle Ball- INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
DROP in PICKLEBALL:  Bring your own Racquet if you have one or just show up to play some pickup Pickle ball Games on the Town Courts-  This is a free flowing program where you play in games and enjoy your time in America's Fastest growing sport!  Offered Tuesday's and Thursday's through the end of August.  $5 per session!  Sign up for as many as you'd like!  Enjoy social games of Pickleball, having fun while being safe.  Wear a glove on your non paddle hand, and come ready to play.  Bring a chair, mask (needed for community areas) and your favorite paddle.  Littleton Parks & Rec will supply all the balls.  Sign up today!SENIOR DROP IN PICKLE BALL-Pickleball:  Fridays starting 9/18, 9/25,10/2, 10/9 & 10/1611:00AM-12:00PMTHIS PROGRAM IS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY$5 per day Residents Sign-up in advanceRules:   MASKS needed only for community areas when 6' cannot be maintained and when needing to use bathrooms.   GLOVES need to be worn on both hands if you need to borrow a paddle.  If you own a paddle, you only need to wear a glove on your non-paddle hand.  It can be a disposable glove, cotton glove, golf glove, winter glove, etc...whatever glove is comfortable enough for you to wear while playing. BRING your paddle, chair, hand sanitizer and water bottle/hat.  
 
Friday October 23, 2020
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM    School Holiday(s) Playground Program - School Holiday Playground Program- ALL 5 DATES
Did you know we have 5 School Holidays between school Starting and Thanksgiving?   Littleton PRCE is offering outdoor programming on these days to get out from behind he computer and join us in some awesome adventures including Hiking, Adventuring, Geocaching, Arts, Crafts and Science- along with free play!When and Where:9/28- Yom Kippur- Shaker Lane School10/12- Columbus Day- Castle in the Trees10/23- All School Professional Development Day- Fay Park11/3- Election Day- Castle in the Trees11/11- Veteran's Day- Russell Street SchoolSign up for ALL 5 Dates for an additional 10% Savings!For Children: Grades K-6This is a Playground Program, however, we will continue to follow the camp guidelines put out by the state, which we have implemented all summer at Camp Tahattawan. ALL necessary precautions will be taken in regard to Covid-19. Rates for Program:$50 Resident$60 Non Resident 10% sibling discount.Program hours 8:30-9am drop off - must pass temperature check and provide daily wellness check list1:30-2pm pick up  Tent, tables, chairs, porta-potties, hand wash stations at each location. Supplies for crafts, sports, science, music, etc. will be kept at each location for use. All materials will be sanitized accordingly.If you are registering and do not want to pay by credit card (2.9% Transaction Fee), please mail your check to:PRCE33 Shattuck StreetLittleton, MA 014602020 Family Record and Medical Authorization & Health History Form, most recent Well Visit and Immunization Record (within 12 months). ALL Required to attend this program.**IF you have filled out this paper work for another Littleton PRCE program you do not have to fill these out again.REQUIRED PAPER WORK TO ATTEND THIS PROGRAM:2020 Family Record:  CLICK HERE FOR FAMILY RECORD2020 Medical Authorization & Health History Form:  CLICK HERE FOR MEDICAL AUTHORIZATION FORMCurrent Well-Visit and Immunization Records* All Programs subject to change and flexibility. Refund policy here: https://www.littletonma.org/parks-recreation/community-education/pages/register-classes-and-programs
 
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM    School Holiday(s) Playground Program - School Holiday Playground Program- PD DAY
Did you know we have 5 School Holidays between school Starting and Thanksgiving?   Littleton PRCE is offering outdoor programming on these days to get out from behind he computer and join us in some awesome adventures including Hiking, Adventuring, Geocaching, Arts, Crafts and Science- along with free play!When and Where:9/28- Yom Kippur- Shaker Lane School10/12- Columbus Day- Castle in the Trees10/23- All School Professional Development Day- Fay Park11/3- Election Day- Castle in the Trees11/11- Veteran's Day- Russell Street SchoolSign up for ALL 5 Dates for an additional 10% Savings!For Children: Grades K-6This is a Playground Program, however, we will continue to follow the camp guidelines put out by the state, which we have implemented all summer at Camp Tahattawan. ALL necessary precautions will be taken in regard to Covid-19. Rates for Program:$50 Resident$60 Non Resident 10% sibling discount.Program hours 8:30-9am drop off - must pass temperature check and provide daily wellness check list1:30-2pm pick up  Tent, tables, chairs, porta-potties, hand wash stations at each location. Supplies for crafts, sports, science, music, etc. will be kept at each location for use. All materials will be sanitized accordingly.If you are registering and do not want to pay by credit card (2.9% Transaction Fee), please mail your check to:PRCE33 Shattuck StreetLittleton, MA 014602020 Family Record and Medical Authorization & Health History Form, most recent Well Visit and Immunization Record (within 12 months). ALL Required to attend this program.**IF you have filled out this paper work for another Littleton PRCE program you do not have to fill these out again.REQUIRED PAPER WORK TO ATTEND THIS PROGRAM:2020 Family Record:  CLICK HERE FOR FAMILY RECORD2020 Medical Authorization & Health History Form:  CLICK HERE FOR MEDICAL AUTHORIZATION FORMCurrent Well-Visit and Immunization Records* All Programs subject to change and flexibility. Refund policy here: https://www.littletonma.org/parks-recreation/community-education/pages/register-classes-and-programs
 
9:00 AM - 7:45 PM    VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & Core Training Pilates - VIRTUAL TOTAL BODY WORKOUT & CORE PILATES
The VIRTUAL Total Body Workout & CORE PilatesGet Fit and Have Fun!By: Susan Robbins  Look your best! Boost your metabolism and strengthen and preserve your muscle tissue with this 60 minute head to toe workout! Learn how to strength train safely. Tone, strengthen your bones, rev up your   metabolism and improve your body composition to less fat and more muscle!   Elevate your mood and your self confidence! This is a great class to break that plateau, mix up your workouts and get the results you have been wanting! CORE Pilates! The second part of the class will work your core with Pilates, for better posture, a flatter tummy and stronger backs! Find your six pack! Don’t miss this dynamic combination! Good health tips for exercise, nutrition and general wellness will be shared every week! Be ready to have fun!  Mental health benefits Improves sleep. Quality sleep is vital for your overall health. Regular activity can help you fall asleep more quickly, sleep more deeply, and wake feeling more energetic and refreshed.Boosts mood and self-confidence. Exercise is a huge stress reliever and the endorphins produced can actually help reduce feelings of sadness, depression, or anxiety. Being active and feeling strong naturally helps you feel more self-confident.Does amazing things for the brain. Activities like Sudoku or crossword puzzles can help keep your brain active, but little comes close to the beneficial effects of exercise on the brain. It can help brain functions as diverse as multitasking and creativity and can help prevent memory loss, cognitive decline, and dementia. Getting active may even help slow the progression of brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease.Come and be ready to have fun! All that is required is a set of weights, a mat and water!     You can start without weights if you wish!                                                                      This class is perfect for the first time exerciser to the fitness enthusiast! You will be given individual attention to ensure that you are getting the most from your workout and exercising safely! FALL SESSION:CLASSES AVAILABLE: SIGN UP AND CHOOSE WHAT FITS YOUR SCHEDULE THAT WEEK ! DO ONE TWO OR THREE CLASSES PER WEEK!CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPT 7TH - DECEMBER 21STNO CLASS: LABOR DAY SEPT 7TH, THANKSGIVING, NOV. 26TH OR FRIDAY NOV.27THLAST CLASS: DEC.21ST! MONDAY'S 9:00A.M. AND 6:30P.M.THURSDAY'S 6:45P.M.FRIDAY'S 8:45A.M.ALL CLASSES ARE 1 HOUR IN LENGTH15 CLASSES $225R/ $235NRONCE YOU ENROLL YOU WILL RECEIVE THE ZOOM LINKS TO CLASSES YES, IT'S THAT EASY!NOT SURE IF YOU WILL LIKE VIRTUAL? LET ME KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRY ONE FREE CLASS !  EMAIL US AND WE WILL COORDINATE WITH SUE FOR THE CLASS LINK!SO EASY, SO FUN AND YOU WON'T HAVE TO GO OUT IN THE COLD!All classes must be completed between Sept. 8th and Dec. 21st of 2020BY REGISTERING YOU ARE SIGNING UP FOR 15 CLASSES- DATES AND TIMES WILL NOT MATCH YOUR ACTUAL CLASS OPTIONSQUESTIONS: CALL 978-540-2490 or littletonrec@littletonma.orgLOOKING FORWARD TO ZOOMING WITH YOU!
 
3:30 PM - 4:45 PM    Virtual Circuit Makers 101 - Virtual Circuit Lab 101
Let's get creative with electricity! In this junior hands-on electronics class, students will gain experience with creating their own electronics; designing custom light-up greeting cards, electric games, mazes , and more. Each class day consists of a circuitry lesson and hands-on electronics projects, using components like wires, lights, switches, and motors. Circuit Lab staff will make sure participants create many projects that they can be proud of, and each class day includes a project t keep.Students will need a laptop and Zoom account to access the class online.Students will need to have access to: Scotch tape Scissors Pliers Several Washable Markers Stickers (optional for decoration)
 
Saturday October 24, 2020
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Virtual Photography Classes - Virtual Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop for Photographers
Introduction to Digital PhotographyThe most important component to taking a great photograph is you, the photographer. In this 2-our introductory class you will learn how to take better pictures with your digital camera, the basic fundamentals of how to use a digital camera, and how to start seeing like a photographer. Photographers with all types of digital cameras are welcome.  Basic Digital Photography for Beginners I Learn about your Digital SLR (DSLR) camera and how to shoot images in the manual modes resulting in better photographs. Topics include: Understanding DSLR features and functions; Understanding Exposure; Understanding Focusing and Depth of Field; and Understanding Composition and Elements of Visual Design and learning how to see like a photographer. There will be shooting homework between sessions. The 6 2-sessions will consist of lectures as well as photo critiques.  Basic Digital Photography I Homework Option - When purchasing Basic Digital Photography I, if you would like to add the Homework Option, please register for the homework activity as well.   The key components to taking great photographs are knowing how to use your camera in manual mode, understanding the principals of composition and the elements of visual design, seeing like a photographer, and practicing taking photographs. This add-on option to the class is designed to help you put into practice all of the things that yo will learn in class. You will be given shooting assignments each week (4 assignments: weeks 2-5) specific to that week's class material. The instructor will then review your work and provide positive and constructive feedback to help you take your work up another notch. The critiques are provided via video and can be downloaded for reviewing as many times as you like. The instructor will be available to answer questions via email. The best way to improve your photography is to learn from photos that worked well, and from photos that did not work so well.  Prerequisite: Participants should have a Digital SLR camera that provides the ability to adjust ISO, shutter speed, and aperture. Backyard Bird Photography In this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs of the birds in your backyard.Topics will include equipment & gear; camera settings; knowing your subject (food, flight pattern, places to land); setting a scene; ethics - photographers and wildlife. The 2 2-hour sessions will include lectures, homework between sessions and photo critiques.   iPhone Photography IIn this class, you will learn how to take wonderful photographs with your iPhone. Learn how to use its functions to creatively compose shots, expose for great images, and use apps for editing, post-processing and back up. Please note that this course is for Apple iPhones only.Adobe Lightroom Classic and Photoshop for PhotographersLearn how to use Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to organize, manage, edit, print and share photographs. This class is intended for photographers of all levels. You will learn the best ways to import, store, organize and back up your images; the editing tools and techniques for making great images; how to export images for sharing or for printing; and how t print directly from LR. You will benefit more from this class if you already have Lightroom Classic installed and follow along, but it is not required. Lightroom Classic is available in the Adobe Photography Plan which also includes Photoshop. This class consists of 2 4-hour sessions. 
 
Sunday October 25, 2020
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM    Introduction to Cross Country Running (YOUTH) - Introduction to Cross Country Running (4th- 6th Grade)
Description:  (4th-6th grade) This course is intended to introduce 4th, 5th and 6th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods. Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for  runners and will include runs of up to two miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group). Description: (7th and 8th grade)  This course is intended to introduce 7th and 8th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods.  Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for runners and will include runs of up to 3-5 miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group).  Sessions will also introduce runners to XC specific running workouts that include a focus on speed, strength, and endurance. Instructor:  Ted PainterTed Painter is an RRCA and USATF certified running coach and Littleton High School Cross Country and Track & Field running coach (League and District champions, 3rd place State Championship finishers). He has run over 40 marathons and ultra marathons and has qualified for and ran in the last ten consecutive Boston Marathons.  https://www.facebook.com/paintermarathoncoaching Location:  Fay Park/Prouty Woods Trails/Russell St. Track.  Other Littleton trails may also be used.  Prerequisites:  Participants should be accustomed to a relatively active lifestyle that includes outdoor activities.  The ability to run the distances included in descriptions above will be helpful. Dates & Times:  2 Sessions!Session 1:  6 Sundays, August 30th-October 4th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00Session 2:  6 Sundays, October 11th-November 15th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00 Prerequisites:Participants should be able to run/jog two-three miles without stopping.Cost: $100 R/ $110 NR
 
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM    Introduction to Cross Country Running (YOUTH) - Introduction to Cross Country Running (7th- 9th Grade)
Description:  (4th-6th grade) This course is intended to introduce 4th, 5th and 6th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods. Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for  runners and will include runs of up to two miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group). Description: (7th and 8th grade)  This course is intended to introduce 7th and 8th graders to the sport of Cross Country and to foster an interest and enjoyment of running on trails and in the woods.  Sessions will focus on proper warm up and cool down techniques, running form, cross country running techniques, an introduction to strength and conditioning exercises for runners and will include runs of up to 3-5 miles in length (distance may vary based on the ability of the group).  Sessions will also introduce runners to XC specific running workouts that include a focus on speed, strength, and endurance. Instructor:  Ted PainterTed Painter is an RRCA and USATF certified running coach and Littleton High School Cross Country and Track & Field running coach (League and District champions, 3rd place State Championship finishers). He has run over 40 marathons and ultra marathons and has qualified for and ran in the last ten consecutive Boston Marathons.  https://www.facebook.com/paintermarathoncoaching Location:  Fay Park/Prouty Woods Trails/Russell St. Track.  Other Littleton trails may also be used.  Prerequisites:  Participants should be accustomed to a relatively active lifestyle that includes outdoor activities.  The ability to run the distances included in descriptions above will be helpful. Dates & Times:  2 Sessions!Session 1:  6 Sundays, August 30th-October 4th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00Session 2:  6 Sundays, October 11th-November 15th4th-6th grade:  9:30-11:007th-8th grade:  11:30-1:00 Prerequisites:Participants should be able to run/jog two-three miles without stopping.Cost: $100 R/ $110 NR
 
1:30 PM - 2:45 PM    Littleton Community Tennis - Drills and Games ages 5-7
Classes missed because of rain will be made up on Thursday afternoonsLEARN TO PLAY TENNIS & PICKLE BALLPickleball and tennis are among the safest sports today.  For the first two weeks, your child will learn how to play Pickleball.  The following two weeks, your child will learn how to play tennis.  This will be done through instruction, drills and games.  Paddles, racquets and hand sanitizer will be provided.  Wednesday's 7/15-8/5 6:00pm - 7:30pmLOCATION: TOWN HALL TENNIS COURTSU12 Learn to Improve: In this three hour program, you will work on forehands, backhands, volleys and serves while playing games. The last thirty minutes will be devoted to game play such as jail, dead ball and survivor. Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 9:00AM-12:00PM  (MAKE UPS WILL BE FRIDAYS)Session 1: 8/24, 8/25, 8/26 Session 2: 8/31, 9/1, 9/2 $110 R, $120 NR Session 3: 9/8, 9/9 $75 R, $85 NR U12 Hit with the Coach: Mondays & Wednesdays 12:00PM-1:00PM 8/24, 8/26, 8/31, 9/2, 9/9 $50 R, $60 NR Minimum/ Maximum: 3 Drills & Games:Ages 5-7 RED Ball Sundays, 1:30PM-2:45PM During each session, players will hit basic strokes while playing drills and games 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $150 R, $160 NR Drills & Games:Ages 8-12 ORANGE & GREEN Ball Sundays 3:00PM-5:00PMDuring each two hour tennis session, players will practice their tennis basics while playing drills and games. The last hour will be devoted to playing doubles with guidance from the instructor. Min: 4, Max: 8 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $255 R, $265 NRLearn how to play doubles: (13+): In this session, you will learn strategies that will help you play your game well. Each ninety minute session will conclude with thirty minute game play. Students should have taken a learn to-play class prior to taking this clinic. Saturdays 9:00AM-10:30AM 9/19, 9/26, 10/3 $75 R, $85 NR Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the week:Mondays 5:30-6:30PM This one hour class set to music with the intent of keeping you moving, will give you the opportunity to hit many balls while focusing on one part of your game. The first fifteen minutes will warm up all your strokes and the last forty-five minutes will focus on the stroke of the week through active drills and games. 8/31 Forehands & Backhands 9/14 Volleys & Lobs 9/21 Serves and Returns 9/28 Approach Shots Session 1 $80R, $90 NR or $25R/ $35 NR per class 10/5 Footwork, form & follow through 10/19 Overheads & Lobs 10/26 Poaching Session 2 $70R, $80 NR or $25R /$35 NR per class
 
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM    Field Hockey Clinic (Youth) - Field Hockey Clinic for Girls Grades 3-5
Instructor: Bethany DeLollis Current Littleton resident and mom. Teacher in Acton-Boxborough for 12 years. Bethany coached the Junior High field hockey team in Littleton last year and will continue to coach at the JV level this season.Program Desctription:Young athletes will learn the basics about the game of field hockey with fun drills and games. Girls will be split up by ability. New players will work on the fundamentals. Experienced players will have an opportunity to learn new skills and scrimmage.All clinic participants must come with a mouth guard & shin guards. Please bring stick if you have one. I do have some for girls to borrow. Wear cleats or sneakers and bring a water bottle.For: Girls Entering 3rd-5th GradeWhen: Sunday Afternoons 2:00pm- 3:15pm September 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $135 R/ $145 NRFor: Girls Entering Middle School Grades 6-8When: Sunday Afternoons: 3:30pm- 5:00pmSeptember 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $150 R/ $160 NRLocation: Alumni Field
 
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Littleton Community Tennis - Drills and Games ages 8-12
Classes missed because of rain will be made up on Thursday afternoonsLEARN TO PLAY TENNIS & PICKLE BALLPickleball and tennis are among the safest sports today.  For the first two weeks, your child will learn how to play Pickleball.  The following two weeks, your child will learn how to play tennis.  This will be done through instruction, drills and games.  Paddles, racquets and hand sanitizer will be provided.  Wednesday's 7/15-8/5 6:00pm - 7:30pmLOCATION: TOWN HALL TENNIS COURTSU12 Learn to Improve: In this three hour program, you will work on forehands, backhands, volleys and serves while playing games. The last thirty minutes will be devoted to game play such as jail, dead ball and survivor. Meets Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 9:00AM-12:00PM  (MAKE UPS WILL BE FRIDAYS)Session 1: 8/24, 8/25, 8/26 Session 2: 8/31, 9/1, 9/2 $110 R, $120 NR Session 3: 9/8, 9/9 $75 R, $85 NR U12 Hit with the Coach: Mondays & Wednesdays 12:00PM-1:00PM 8/24, 8/26, 8/31, 9/2, 9/9 $50 R, $60 NR Minimum/ Maximum: 3 Drills & Games:Ages 5-7 RED Ball Sundays, 1:30PM-2:45PM During each session, players will hit basic strokes while playing drills and games 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $150 R, $160 NR Drills & Games:Ages 8-12 ORANGE & GREEN Ball Sundays 3:00PM-5:00PMDuring each two hour tennis session, players will practice their tennis basics while playing drills and games. The last hour will be devoted to playing doubles with guidance from the instructor. Min: 4, Max: 8 9/13, 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, 10/18, 10/25 $255 R, $265 NRLearn how to play doubles: (13+): In this session, you will learn strategies that will help you play your game well. Each ninety minute session will conclude with thirty minute game play. Students should have taken a learn to-play class prior to taking this clinic. Saturdays 9:00AM-10:30AM 9/19, 9/26, 10/3 $75 R, $85 NR Cardio Tennis/Stroke of the week:Mondays 5:30-6:30PM This one hour class set to music with the intent of keeping you moving, will give you the opportunity to hit many balls while focusing on one part of your game. The first fifteen minutes will warm up all your strokes and the last forty-five minutes will focus on the stroke of the week through active drills and games. 8/31 Forehands & Backhands 9/14 Volleys & Lobs 9/21 Serves and Returns 9/28 Approach Shots Session 1 $80R, $90 NR or $25R/ $35 NR per class 10/5 Footwork, form & follow through 10/19 Overheads & Lobs 10/26 Poaching Session 2 $70R, $80 NR or $25R /$35 NR per class
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Field Hockey Clinic (Youth) - Field Hockey Clinic for Girls Grades 6-8
Instructor: Bethany DeLollis Current Littleton resident and mom. Teacher in Acton-Boxborough for 12 years. Bethany coached the Junior High field hockey team in Littleton last year and will continue to coach at the JV level this season.Program Desctription:Young athletes will learn the basics about the game of field hockey with fun drills and games. Girls will be split up by ability. New players will work on the fundamentals. Experienced players will have an opportunity to learn new skills and scrimmage.All clinic participants must come with a mouth guard & shin guards. Please bring stick if you have one. I do have some for girls to borrow. Wear cleats or sneakers and bring a water bottle.For: Girls Entering 3rd-5th GradeWhen: Sunday Afternoons 2:00pm- 3:15pm September 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $135 R/ $145 NRFor: Girls Entering Middle School Grades 6-8When: Sunday Afternoons: 3:30pm- 5:00pmSeptember 20 - November 8th  (No session Columbus Day Weekend -10/11)Cost: $150 R/ $160 NRLocation: Alumni Field
 
5:05 PM - 6:45 PM    Pickleball - Drop In Pickle Ball- INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
DROP in PICKLEBALL:  Bring your own Racquet if you have one or just show up to play some pickup Pickle ball Games on the Town Courts-  This is a free flowing program where you play in games and enjoy your time in America's Fastest growing sport!  Offered Tuesday's and Thursday's through the end of August.  $5 per session!  Sign up for as many as you'd like!  Enjoy social games of Pickleball, having fun while being safe.  Wear a glove on your non paddle hand, and come ready to play.  Bring a chair, mask (needed for community areas) and your favorite paddle.  Littleton Parks & Rec will supply all the balls.  Sign up today!SENIOR DROP IN PICKLE BALL-Pickleball:  Fridays starting 9/18, 9/25,10/2, 10/9 & 10/1611:00AM-12:00PMTHIS PROGRAM IS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY$5 per day Residents Sign-up in advanceRules:   MASKS needed only for community areas when 6' cannot be maintained and when needing to use bathrooms.   GLOVES need to be worn on both hands if you need to borrow a paddle.  If you own a paddle, you only need to wear a glove on your non-paddle hand.  It can be a disposable glove, cotton glove, golf glove, winter glove, etc...whatever glove is comfortable enough for you to wear while playing. BRING your paddle, chair, hand sanitizer and water bottle/hat.