Turns n Tumble ballet classes are a wonderful way to learn proper dance techniques all while having fun!Baby Ballet: 18 months - 3 yearsPre-Ballet: 3 - 6 yearsBallet 1: 6 - 12 yearsBallet 2: 3 - 13 yearsBallet 3/Tap: 4 - 13 years
Ukulele is so kid friendly your children will be playing songs in the very first class! This class includes simple two& three chord songs that allow each student to progress at an easy pace. Children will learn some basic chords& strumming, how to read tab, essential motor skill exercises and some simple, familiar songs. Basic Ukuleles are available for loan and materials will be provided…
Children will love learning in positive, safe, fun-filled classes. Classes focus on gross motor development, basic gymnastics skills and the feeling of “I can do it”.
SRPD has partnered with the Sacramento Community Tennis Association to provide tennis lessons, leagues and camps based on the latest USTA junior tennis formats. for a schedule of SCTA programs and more information go to SacramentoTennis.net.
Designed to teach beginning Tap and Ballet technique.
From beginners to more advanced skaters ready for ice hockey, we have the classes for you!
Extreme Martial Arts Center teaches this program to all its younger students along with traditional Choy Li Fut Kung Fu. The combination of these two gives children good health and fitness, real life self-defense, confidence, focus and gain skills that will last them a lifetime.
Our mission is to empower our students to achieve their own physical, mental and emotional goals through functional martial arts training in an environment that fosters fun, camaraderie and community.
Sports, Swimming, STEM, LEGO, Ice Skating, Adventure and more! View all of our Summer Camp offerings!
While no sport is free of hazards, concussion protocols are designed to protect children and adolescent athletes that participate in SRPD programs.
Potential class instructors must complete an Enrichment and Leisure Classes Application to become an instructor (Independent Contractor) for the District.
We look forward to your feedback!