• Community Education

    Early Childhood Family Education
    Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) is for parents and their children ages birth to 5 years old (before kindergarten). Classes help strengthen family relationships and provide information and resources to parents in their journey to help their children grow and develop to their maximum potential. 
    651-702-8411 or 651-788-3664 (Español)

    Early Childhood Screening 
    Early childhood screening provides a look at a child’s early development, health, vision, and hearing.  An early childhood specialist will complete the screening and discuss the results. This free service is required before attending District 622 Preschool or kindergarten and is recommended at age three. 
    651-702-8468 or 651-788-3664 (Español)

    District 622 Preschool 
    District 622 offers high ­quality morning and afternoon preschool classes for 3 and 4 year-olds in eight locations throughout the district. Children learn through hands-on classroom experiences and develop social and academic skills needed for kindergarten. 
    651-702-8411 or 651-788-3664 (Español)

    Youth Programs 
    Youth Programs provide opportunities for children and teens to gain new skills and knowledge, make connections with others, and achieve increased involvement and empowerment. Opportunities include enrichment classes, driver’s education, field trips, community engagement, and service learning. 

    Adventure Connection and Epic Connection
    Adventure Connection is a school-age care program for students in grades PreK-5 located in District 622 elementary school buildings. It is a convenient, safe, and caring place for children before and after school, on non-school days, and in summer. Epic Connection serves students in grades 6-8 after school and during the summer at Skyview Middle School. Both programs provide educational, enriching, recreational, and engaging experiences for students. 

    A variety of aquatics programs year-round for people of all ages and abilities, including swimming lessons, water exercise, open swim, private pool parties, rentals, and more. 

    Adult Basic Education 
    Harmony Adult Education offers basic education at no cost to adults in the District 622 area. Programs include English as a Second Language (ESL), GED (high school equivalency) test preparation and testing, citizenship test preparation, and training and certification in IT (information technology), paraprofessional, and health care careers.

    Adult Enrichment 
    We provide quality educational, social, and recreational opportunities that are affordable and close to home. Explore a wide range of themes such as art, culinary, business, finance, home improvement, exercise, wellness, and more!  

    Community Bridge 
    Community Bridge offers customized classes, recreational activities, and social opportunities for adults with developmental cognitive disabilities. 

    Senior Programs
    The Gladstone Senior Center offers daytime educational, recreational, and social activities. Meals on Wheels delivery is available Monday-Friday. Community Resources for older adults and their families are also available. 

    Facility Use
    District 622 encourages community use of school facilities. District 622 buildings and grounds are available to rent for a variety of meetings or events. Facilities include classrooms, gyms, cafeterias, pools, auditoriums, and fields.