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Community Education to resume recreation activities, aquatic programming.

Students participate in recreation programs following state health guidance Anoka-Hennepin Community Education will resume recreational activities for youth, including aquatic programming for community members of all ages at Roosevelt Community Pool. Community Education has continued to offer a variety of in-person enrichment opportunities for people of all ages and abilities this school year following health and safety guidance from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and the Minnesota Department of Education.

 

"We realize that our families are still searching for fun and safe opportunities 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." 

 

Learn more about the current status of community education programs:

Student applies hand sanitizer between ball passing activities  

Adult activities and classes

The adult learning program will continue offering classes and activities both online and in-person, based on participants comfort level. In-person programs are following health and safety recommendations from the Minnesota Department of Health and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. Learn more about health and safety for in-person adult learning programs.

 

Adventures Plus school-age care
Space is now available for families to enroll for before- and after-school for the remainder of the school year. Families must enroll to receive child care for a minimum of three days per week, which allows Adventures Plus to create consistent groups in alignment with health and safety guidelines from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). Apply for before- and after-school child care online.

 

Aquatic programs

Roosevelt Community Pool will re-open Monday, Jan. 11, offering parent/child and youth swimming lessons, beginning diving and adult aquatic fitness activities. View current aquatic program opportunities and register online.

Driver education

Winter sessions coordinated by community education will begin Feb. 8. Classroom instruction will be held online, with behind-the-wheel instruction in-person. Learn more and apply online. 

 

Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE)

ECFE programs will re-open for in-person classes beginning Jan. 19. Learn more about health and safety in early learning classrooms. Online options are still offered as an alternative for families based on comfortability.

 

Preschool

Anoka-Hennepin Schools Preschool students who opted to attend in-person this school year will return to school Tuesday, Jan. 19, with students following their traditionally scheduled class days. (The program will no longer follow a hybrid schedule.) Learn more about health and safety in early learning classrooms.

 

Facility use

Community use of school facilities resumed Jan. 4 in alignment with state health and safety guidelines. Participants must wear face coverings at all times while in the school facilities, and practices social distancing in alignment with StaySafeMN guidelines. Each elementary or middle school-aged player is allowed one accompanying spectator, which must also follow face covering and social distancing guidelines.


Youth activities and classes
Community Education will continue offering in-person enrichment programs for children in preschool up to grade eight. Recreation programs including sports samplers for middle school students, and athletic skills camps for elementary school students will resume Monday, Jan. 11. Participants must wear face coverings at all times, and practice social distancing in alignment with StaySafeMN guidelines. View health and safety protocols for in-person Community Education programs for youth. Browse all recreation and enrichment activities for youth, and register online.