Community Education Features

  • Connecting Classroom Learning to the Real World

    As we navigate this fluid school year, some things remain constant: our community’s commitment to supporting our students, teachers and schools. Our community’s desire to connect with students. Our community’s interest in connecting classroom learning to the real world.

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  • Leadership Workshop: For Students, By Students

    “We are excited to share our experiences with younger students through this program. There is nothing more inspiring than planting a seed and watching it grow.”

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  • Early Childhood Screening: What is it?

    It’s not: An IQ test, a label, a diagnosis or placement test. It is: a quick, simple check of children’s health and development. Best of all: it's free!

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  • Writing to Create Community

    “For a lot of programs like music or sports, it's easy to find a community or people that share your interest. Writing isn't like that—it can be viewed as something solitary for a lot of kids.”

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  • Youth Leadership

    How can we create authentic opportunities for youth leadership? Our work this summer is getting noticed. Click to read the article from Ignite Afterschool Network.

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  • Community Hero.

    KIDS Club/WISE Guys manager Jane Tierney is featured as one of the Star Tribune's "Heroes of the Pandemic."

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  • Study Break!

    What makes a good study break? Take a look at what some students did with their flexible learning schedules this Wednesday!

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