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After School Enrichment

Extend the school day with an after school enrichment program!

Spark creativity, explore a passion, discover new techniques and build academic and social skills … boundless opportunities in which students can learn and grow. Whether they have an affinity for academics, arts and/or athletics, our goal is to expose students to the infinite possibilities. The sky is the limit! Instructors include school staff, community members and organizations. Classes are fee-based and scholarships are available.

Check Out What is Offered at Your School

After school class offerings and schedules vary by school. Current interactive after school fliers are below. After choosing the flier for your school, simply click on the class description and then you can register! After school fliers are frequently added, so check back if there is no after school brochure listed for your school.

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Choose one of the following registration methods

Use your Visa, Mastercard or Discover card. Registering online is your best chance to get into your class of choice. First-time users can simply create an account and add family members who will be registering for the after school classes. When registering, check to make sure class location is your elementary school. Please add communityed@district196.org to your email address book to ensure successful delivery of your confirmation. Online registrations receive a class confirmation email and will also receive a class confirmation sent home from school.  

Register by phone, 651-423-7920. Use your Visa, MasterCard or Discover card, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Phone registrations receive a class confirmation email and will also receive a class confirmation sent home from school.

Return registration form with payment to your child’s classroom teacher by the registration deadline. Registration forms are distributed to students in their Friday folders. Students should register for a first choice and a second choice. Class sizes are limited. Submission of a registration does not guarantee placement in a class. Every effort will be made to place your child in an after school class of their choice. If your child is not placed in any after school class, you will be notified by phone. Class confirmations will be sent home from school.

Drop off the registration form with payment by the registration deadline in our secure drop box, 24/7, located at 15180 Canada Avenue in Rosemount.

Health Notes

A school nurse may not always be on-site during the Community Education enrichment classes that take place before or after the school day. Please let the school nurse know if there are medications that your child will need access to during their before or after school class. Emergency medications will be given directly to the Community Education program coordinator. Emergency medications will be administered by trained school personnel when the school nurse is unavailable.

Inclement Weather/Other Emergencies

If District 196 schools are closed for the day, all before and after school Community Education activities are canceled. Every effort will be made to reschedule canceled classes however, there are instances where classes cannot be rescheduled. For more information, visit www.district196.org.ce, or District 196 Community Education on Facebook.

Late Registrations 

Register early, before the registration deadline. Registrations after the deadline may not be placed in a class due to the class being full, or insufficient amount of time to purchase class supplies or an insufficient amount of time to communicate student information to the classroom teacher, class instructor, school office staff and Community Education coordinators. Your child’s safety is our top priority and late registrations can hinder our ability to communicate all the important information before the first day of class.

Late Pickup Policy

A late fee of $1 per minute will be charged for late pick-ups starting at 4:50 p.m. (Highland & Deerwood 3:50 p.m. and Southview 4:05 p.m.) based on the school clock. Two or more late pick-ups will result in possible dismissal from the program without a class refund. Please be considerate of the after school staff in following the program end time. We understand that emergencies arise. We also understand that traffic can be challenging or hectic, but we expect all children to be picked up on time. Traffic issues do not excuse the late fee that will be charged. When your child is picked up late, our staff is required to remain working, therefore, unable to attend personal commitments outside of school. 

Photograph & Videotape Permission

Enrollment in before and after school classes or activities constitutes permission for District 196 to take and use photographs, video and other likenesses of you and your enrolled minor child in District 196’s promotional materials and publications. If you do not wish for the image and likeness of you or your minor child to be used in this manner, contact the communications department at communityed@district196.org or call 651-423-7701.

Scholarship Information

Scholarships are available to students who qualify. One scholarship per student, per session, is available to students on free and reduced lunch. Students on reduced lunch receive a 50% discount on one class fee per session. Students on free lunch pay $15 for one class per session. If a student would like to register for a second class, the class fee for the second class must be paid in full.

Scholarships can be processed through the online registration, by phone or on the registration form sent home from school. If you wish to request a scholarship for an after school class when registering online, please select the second or third class fee from the drop-down fee selection. You can also fill out the appropriate information on the registration form and turn in to your child’s classroom teacher or call the Community Education registrars at 651-423-7920. All requests made for scholarships are subject to verification.

Student Behavior Expectations

Students are expected to follow the same behavior guidelines established for the regular school day. If students cannot comply with these behavior expectations before or after school, parents will be notified and a behavior incident report will be filled out by the after school coordinator or class instructor. If your child receives two or more incident reports during a session, they could be asked to be withdrawn from their class with no refund.

Teach a Community Ed Class!

Do you have a special skill, hobby or interest to share? Community Education is always on the lookout for new instructors willing to share their expertise with the community. Enrichment class instructors are needed to teach classes for children, youth, adults or families. Propose a class using the course proposal form below.

 

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