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Community Education to continue offering enrichment and recreation activities

Student serving volleyball (10/29/20)Anoka-Hennepin Community Education will continue to offer a variety of online and in-person enrichment opportunities for people of all ages and abilities while the school district shifts to a distance learning model for secondary schools, Nov. 4.

"We realize that our families are still searching for fun activities for students to stay social, active and engaged in their school communities," Michelle Trelstad, Director of Community Education said. "We have researched the health and safety guidelines from the state and we believe we can continue to offer programs safely, while giving students the opportunity to learn and try new things."


Modified schedule for middle school students

A modified program schedule was developed to continue providing middle school students with opportunities to safely socialize and stay active. Recreation sampler activities, indoor tennis, archery, chess, babysitting certification, money, and cooking/baking are just a few of the activities offered for the remainder of trimester one, in alignment with Stay Safe MN Guidelines outlined by the Minnesota Department of Health. Learn more.


View Anoka-Hennepin Schools health and safety protocols for after-school programming for youth. 

Parent education classes Something for everyone

Community Education has prepared and began safely welcoming our participants back to class earlier this fall. Health and safety protocols have been developed for community education programs, and a variety of online and in-person classes and activities are available from Anoka-Hennepin Community Education:

  • Parenting education for families with babies, toddlers and preschoolers through Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE).
  • Preschool enrichment for three- and four-year-old children.
  • Preschool.
  • Enrichment classes and recreational activities for school-age children and adults.
  • Social and recreational opportunities for adults with special needs.
  • Aquatic programs including swimming lessons, aquatic fitness and lifeguard certifications for swimmers.

Register online
Programs are offered online and in-person, based on your comfortability. Browse all classes and activities, and register online. Call 763-506-1260 with questions or for additional registration assistance.