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  • Harry Potter Adventures (Gr. 3-5)

    You're a wizard Harry! From Quidditch, to wand making, to discovering your Hogwarts adventures. Join us for a magical experience. This class is run through Minneapolis Community Education. Minneapolis Community Education is moving to a Sliding Scale Fee for participation in Community Education classes. This fee covers staffing, class supplies, program materials, marketing and scholarships.
  • PE Adventures with Active Solutions (Lake Harriet Upper) Gr. 3-5

    Active Solutions has taken the best of Physical Education and created a after school class your child(ren) will love. Activities include: indoor Physical Education and Team Sports. Teachers also incorporate math, reading, health, nutrition and wellness into their lessons. This class is perfect for the child that needs more movement in their lives! Lessons are designed to keep kids engaged in learning activities and to keep their heart rates elevated. Character building, cooperative skills, individual success and safety are all emphasized. In order to keep programs sustainable and affordable, we offer a sliding scale. Families are asked to pick the price that they are able to pay or select the no-cost option.
  • Twin Cities Chess: Chess Club (Lake Harriet Upper) Grade 3-5

    Whether you're an experienced king or just a beginning pawn, Twin Cities Chess invites you to join the fun in learning this classic board game! Lead by a coach from Twin Cities Chess Club, this class is an opportunity for students of all ages to improve strategic thinking, build new relationships, and of course, have fun! In order to ensure that our high-quality enrichment classes are accessible to all families, Minneapolis Community Education is now offering fees on a sliding scale. We're moving to a sliding scale model for program fees so our afterschool programs can be financially sustainable and more equitable. The different prices reflect the average cost of offering a class as well as discounted options and options that help us cover our administrative costs. Fees cover instructor pay, class supplies, program materials, marketing and scholarships. Families are asked to pick the price that they are able to pay or select the no-cost option. We have always offered partial and full scholarships upon request. By more clearly articulating our lower cost options, we have removed the barrier that some may have felt in making these requests. When families participate as they are able, in all levels of our sliding scale, the whole program becomes self-sustaining.