Current Course Catalogs & NewslettersAll AgesLearning for All is published twice a year and highlights the full range of programming offered by District 622 Community Education.Adult EnrichmentLearn a new skill. Discover a new hobby. Go on an Ed-venture. The spring supplement is packed with learning opportunities for adults.Early Childhood
ECFE (Early Childhood Family Education) offers classes and activities for parents and their children under age five. Classes are designed to strengthen family relationships, preparing children for success in school and beyond.District 622 Preschool gives children ages 3-5 a solid foundation for success in kindergarten by nurturing each child's social and academic development.YouthAdventure Connection is our school-age care program for students in Preschool through 5th grade.
Epic Connection is our after-school and summer program for middle school students.Click on your school to see after school Youth Enrichment opportunities in your school.
- Carver Elementary
- Castle Elementary
- Cowern Elementary
- Eagle Point Elementary
- Oakdale Elementary
- Richardson Elementary
- Skyview Elementary
- Weaver Elementary
- Webster Elementary
Check out the classes and field trips for middle school students.AquaticsRead our spring Aquatics flyer for upcoming swim lessons, water workouts, and open swim sessions. Our American Red Cross trained instructors develop water safety and swimming skills for all ages and abilities in a positive and fun learning environment.Older AdultsDateline is the quarterly newsletter of the Gladstone 55+ Center. Dateline features special events and classes as well as ongoing activities and resources.Adults With Disabilities
The Community Bridge newsletter is published three times a year and features classes, recreational and social opportunities customized for adults with developmental cognitive disabilities. Community Bridge serves adults with disabilities in the school districts of North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale, Mahtomedi, Roseville, South Washington County, and White Bear Lake.