For the K-12 child in your family, youth programming offers activities to keep them engaged after school and opportunities to nurture their talents. After school classes are hands-on and strictly fun ways to spark your child’s imagination. Enrichment classes are a great way to learn something brand new or take an existing interest even further--all right in your child's school at the end of the day! Look for Youth Enrichment opportunities in your child's Friday Folders, or click here or here for the complete lineup of current classes.
GRASP Reading and Math
Workbook Correspondence Program
Watch for recognition Awards and Medals to be sent home through the Friday Folders with your child in September.
To learn more, see: GRASP.
2017 Fall Youth Programs
➜ Cheer America - flyer
➜ Private Music Lessons - flyer
➜ River Blades Skate School - check back here for updates
➜ School Age Care program
➜ St. Paul Winter Carnival - bus outing with Prescott Community Education
➜ Young Americans Schools of Self-Defense (defend against bullies, tools to aid in the prevention against child abduction)
➜ Youth Program - pages from Fall 2017 catalog
Zena Stefani, Recreation Coordinator, 651/480-7674, email@example.com
Sara Lawrence, Youth Development / Youth Enrichment Coordinator, 651/480-7673, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Group Music Lessons – None offered this season.
- Private Music Lessons
- Summer String Academy – None offered during the school year. Check back here in the Spring.
Hooray for Family Open Gym!
Family Open Gym is for children ages preschool through grade 4 accompanied by at least one parent or other adult (21+) family member or guardian
Most Saturdays beginning in January 2018 from 9:00-11:00 am, Kennedy Elementary School Gym is available for FREE fun! No pre-registration is necessary, just show up, have fun and play together! Sponsored by Hastings Community Education and the Hastings Public Schools Smart Choices Committee.
Questions? Call Community Ed at 651-480-7670. (Please check back here for dates!)
Thanks to the Allina Neighborhood Health Connection Healthy Activity Grant