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discover your potential Adult Learning classes 763-506-5766 Adult recreation and athletics 763-506-1267 Adults with Special Needs/Project Power 763-506-1279 Adventures Plus - school-age care 763-506-1400 Aquatics - pools and swimming classes 763-506-5980 Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) 763-506-1275 Facility rentals 763-506-1267 Home school/non-public school 763-506-1273 Metro North Adult Basic Education (ABE) 763-783-4870 Parent Involvement/Volunteer Services 763-506-1278 Preschool 763-506-1500 Fall is an exciting time of year, it’s a season of learning! Our communities are changing, and we are continually striving to offer programs, classes and opportunities that meets the needs of our community members. Our staff have been studying demographics over the past few years – and one of the predictions that stood out to our team was that in 2020, there will be more residents over the age of 65 living in the state than all the kindergarten through 12th grade students in Minnesota schools. Learning doesn’t stop when a person graduates from high school or college. In this “back to school” season, we hope that you consider learning something new, and take a look at what we have to offer: •  Daytime programming: Adults are balancing their work, hobbies, and retirement goals with a range of varying schedules. Based on feedback from our participants and continuing popularity, we continue adding more fitness and specific interest programs to our daytime offerings. •  Adult basic education: Metro North ABE offers free classes for adults who enroll. Learn English, earn a high school diploma, prepare for the GED test, study for U.S. citizenship, gain workplace skills, build basic skills in math, reading, writing and computers, or prepare for post-secondary education. Learn more at •  Trending new classes: Goat Yoga, Clutter-free Homes, Pressure Cooking, Brew Your Own Water Kefir, Intro to T-Touch for Pets and Hollywood History are just a few of the topics that are trending nationally – which we are bringing home to our community for you to try. Whether you have enrolled in our classes before or have only browsed through our past catalogs, we encourage you to visit us online and discover community education this fall. discovercommunityed Youth service 763-506-1263 Youth enrichment - Community Schools 763-506-1260 Our Mission | The Anoka-Hennepin School District Community Education Department is dedicated to lifelong learning, involving people and enriching communities. Michelle Trelstad, Director Anoka-Hennepin Community Education @AHCommunityEd @AHCommunityEd 60th Annual “Putt-ing” Kids First Golf Tournament for Anoka-Hennepin students 8 a.m. • Sat., Sept. 7 I Greenhaven Golf Course I 2800 Greenhaven Rd., Anoka Admission includes golf, contests, lunch and prizes. Your participation and donations: • Enhance early childhood education • Advance talent and opportunity development • Expand career and college readiness Visit or call 763-506-1105 for details and tickets. 2 FALL 2019 | 763-506-5766 |