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Community Flyers
These flyers are distributed as a courtesy to families in the School District of Superior; however, distribution does not imply that the School District endorses or approves the activities or viewpoints promoted in these materials.

Click the Image or Link below to learn more about happenings in our Community.

  ASP Registration
  Mighty Machines
Mighty Machines

  WITC Summer Camps 
WITC Summer Camp

  The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane Play 
Harbor City School Theater
  Sterling Silver Studio
Summer Dance Camps
Summer Camps
YMCA New Day Camp 
Day Camp

  4H Summer Camp
 4H Camp

  YMCA T-Ball 
YMCA Tball
  Spartan Tennis Camp 
Spartan Tennis
   Summer Boys Basketball Camp Entering Grades 4-9

  Summer Girls Basketball Camp 
3rd, 4th, 5th Graders

Girls BB
  Summer Girls Basketball Camp
6th, 7th, 8th Graders

Girls bb 
  2018 Giving Back Basketball Camp 
SHS Giving Back Camp
  UWS Summer Boy's
 Basketball Camp

UWS Camp 
  UWS Women's
Basketball Camp

UWS Women's Basketball
UWS Women's Basketball Camp Brochure 
  UWS Volleyball Camp 
UWS Volleyball
  St. Scholastica Camp Brochure
St Scholastica 

  Stonehouse Martial Arts
Summer Camp 
Summer Camp

  AYSA Upper Division Soccer Registration

   SAHA Learn to Skate

  Summer Skating Lessons
Summer Skate 
2018 Heritage Sports Camp 
Sports Camp

  Steve Arnovich Memorial
Golf Tournament 
Golf Flyer

  KP Challenge
KP Race 
  Talent Show 
Talent Show
 Deep Water Summer Classes
Summer Music
  Minne-Music Camp 
Minne Music Camp 
UWS Summer Theatre Camp 
  St. Scholastica Summer Theatre
Summer Theatre 

  SHA Grant for Sports Related Activities
SHA Grant 
  Head Start Recruitment

District Events

  • REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR DISABLED PERSONS The director of human resource, who is the ADA Compliance Officer, shall ensure that the following notice is made a part of each communication concerning a District activity to which the public is invited: "Upon request to the director of human resource, the District shall make reasonable accommodation including the provision of informational material in an alternative format for a disabled person to be able to participate in this activity." Possible Alternatives for Reasonable Accommodation Hearing Impaired: A. providing a sign-language interpreter B. reimbursing the sign-language interpreter used by the requestor C. modifying the seating arrangements for those who can lip-read D. providing amplifiers to the p.a. system Visually Impaired: A. providing a reader B. recording the activity for later review C. arranging special seating D. providing large-print copies of written documents Physically-Impaired: A. arranging for access to the activity B. providing a special location to accommodate assistance devices or equipment. Revised 3/01