After school programs for youth at Minneapolis Public Schools locations
Promoting families healthy growth and development through education, support and community building.
Adult Enrichment Academics
Adult Enrichment Health, Wellness & Safety
Adult Enrichment Writing
Adult Enrichment Yoga & Mind-Body Practices
Spend quality time with your child learning and playing together. Parent discussion will examine topics through the lens of fatherhood. Explore the joys and challenges of being a dad.
ECFE Summer 2020 Offerings
An opportunity to provide a culturally and linguistically specific ECFE experience to families from Afghanistan.
An opportunity to provide a culturally and linguistically specific ECFE experience to families from India.
Here's your chance to spend some uninterrupted time together participating in toddler-friendly activities that support growth and development.
Give the gift of learning. Gift vouchers can be purchased in a variety of denominations and can be used for most Community Education Youth & Adult Enrichment classes. Some restrictions apply.
Learning about good communication, safety in relationships, and growth and development lays a foundation that can support healthy relationships and healthy behaviors throughout a person’s life. This class will focus on age-appropriate and medically accurate topics like puberty, reproduction, consent, and communication skills.
This class is for students who identify as male or are non-binary.
About the instructor: Jill Farris, MPH, is a LNCS parent and Director of Adolescent Sexual Health Training & Education at the University of Minnesota Healthy Youth Development Prevention Research Center. Jill provides training and capacity building assistance to youth workers in a variety of settings, as well as helping parents have open and honest dialogue with their children. Jill also teaches middle school sexuality education at First Universalist Church of Minneapolis.
Note: Community Education uses a sliding scale model for program fees so our afterschool programs can be financially sustainable and more equitable. Families are asked to pick the price that they are able to pay. By more clearly articulating our lower cost options, we have removed the barrier that some may have felt in making scholarship requests. When families participate at the higher price levels, they help make the program more sustainable. Extended Learning (ALC) classes are free.
No Class Oct 17 & Nov 21
Online registration is over