Community Education

SchoolDistrict 622

Community Education at a Glance

Adult Basic Education provides free educational programs and services for students who wish to receive their GED or brush up on basic skills. For more information or to register, call 651-748-6225 or 651-748-6208.

Adult Enrichment provides learning opportunities for adults who want to learn a new skill, explore a new interest area, or enrich their personal or professional lives. For more information or to register call 651-748-7445 or 651-748-7437.

Adventure Connection offers before and after-school, non-school day, and summer child care in the elementary schools. Students from kindergarten through fifth grade are welcome. For more information or to register call 651-748-7432.

Aquatics provides all levels of swimming instruction, water safety instructor and lifeguard training, water exercise activities and recreation for preschool age children through adult. For more information or to register call 651-748-7439.
Community Bridge promotes community inclusion for adults with disabilities and provides support and accommodations to facilitate their participation in a variety of community education programs.
Drivers Education Program for the district serves over 300 students each year. Sessions are offered at both North and Tartan High Schools. For information call 651-748-7442.
Early Childhood Family Education/School Readiness is a program for families with children birth to kindergarten age. Classes include parent discussion, parent-child activities, and preschool classes. For more information or to register call 651-748-7280.
Early Childhood Screening is required by the State of Minnesota for all children prior to kindergarten entrance. Children are screened beginning at age 3. Families are notified by mail of screening dates and times. Call 651-748-7289.

English as a Second Language (ESL) provides English lessons for foreign born adults with limited English ability. Call 651-748-7493.

Facility Use provides space in school district buildings for a variety of activities by groups, organizations, and individuals. For more information or to register call 651-748-7439 or 651-748-7436.

Parent and Family Education focuses on the needs of parents with children in grades K-12 by providing classes, workshops, support groups and resource information. Call 651-748-7280.
Senior Programs offers older adults educational, recreational, social and health/wellness activities as well as Senior Dining Club and Meals on Wheels. Information about community resources is also available to older adults and their families. Call 651-748-7252.
District 622 Preschool A drop-off preschool program for children ages 3-5 by September 1, 2016. Call 651-748-7280 or 651-748-7274.
Summer Theatre is a joint effort of the theatre staff from North and Tartan High School and is open to the entire community to produce family friendly, quality theatre. 
Youth Enrichment from crafts to karate, a variety of fun enrichment activities are offered to children and youth after school, during the evening hours, Saturdays, non-school days and summers. For more information or to register call 651-748-7442.

Youth Service Learning is a form of experiential education in which youth apply knowledge, critical thinking and good judgment to address genuine community needs. Young people learn and are involved in the planning and direction of the project as much as possible, reflect and evaluate the experience. For more information or to register call 651-748-7442 or 651-748-7445.
Volunteer Resource Services For adults and youth recruits: screens and trains volunteers to work in the schools and district education programs and provides community resources and educational programs to schools. Call 651-748-7250.