Aldine ISD offers summer recreation program

Aldine ISD will offer recreation classes in gymnastics, tennis, swimming and weight training during the summer.

Classes will be offered at Dunn Elementary, Raymond Academy, Conley Elementary, Aldine High School, Eisenhower High School and Nimitz High School.
The cost is $20 per course (with the requirement that at least 12 students sign up for a class). Cash or money orders will only be accepted for payment. No refunds will be made once the class starts, unless classes are canceled due to enrollment. Registration will be held May 28-29 from 9-11:30 a.m. in the gymnasium of the schools where classes will be offered.

Gymnastics will be offered at Dunn, Raymond and Conley for students in grades one through 12. Swimming lessons will be offered at Aldine High School for grades one through 12 and weight training will be offered at Aldine, Eisenhower and Nimitz (students must be 10 years of age or older to take the weight training course). Additionally, 12 lessons will be offered from June 3-18 in gymnastics, tennis and swimming. A second series of 12 lessons will be offered from June 24-July 11. Weight training will be offered June 3-July 11. Twenty-six lessons will cost $20 (there will be no lessons July 3-4).

In addition to the classes, the gyms will be open at Aldine, Carver, Eisenhower, MacArthur and Nimitz high schools June 3-July 12 from 1-7 p.m. for recreational play at no cost to the students.
Swimming pools at Aldine, Eisenhower, Nimitz and Carver will be open for recreational swimming beginning June 3. Participation levels will determine if pools will remain open throughout the summer. The schedule for the pools is as follows: Monday through Friday – 3-5 p.m. and 5:15-7:15 p.m.; and Saturday – 1-3 p.m. and 3:15-5:15 p.m. Admission is $1 for students and adults.

For more information, contact Bill Smith at Aldine High at 281-447-1171, Richard Carson at Eisenhower High at 281-878-0940, Jerry Drones at MacArthur High at 281-985-6337, Randy Rowe at Nimitz High at 281-233-4361 or Daryl Wade at Carver High at 281-985-6100.

For information on all locations after June 1, contact Wade at 281-985-6100.