Registration begins upon receipt of this brochure information. Space is limited and classes fill quickly; we encourage prompt registration. Additional times may be set up if classes fill; this determination is usually made two weeks in advance. Please call our office if you have questions on openings at (507) 328-4000.
Grade levels indicate the grade your student is enrolled in now.
Community Education does not mail out confirmations. Please mark your calendars. You will only be notified if a class is changed or cancelled.
Class Cancellation Policy Prior to Start Date
Class cancellation must be made a minimum of one week prior to the class starting date for a full cash refund.
If you cancel with less than a week notice, prior to the first class, a refund may be issued including a $5 processing fee and any costs incurred (including supplies, food and salaries). In the event a Community Education class must be cancelled due to inclement weather or other unavoidable circumstances, every effort will be made to reschedule. However, there may be instances when it will not be possible to reschedule the class or make a restitution of funds.
Class Withdrawal Policy After Start Date
You may withdraw from classes of three sessions or more after attending the first session. You must notify the Enrichment office, 328-4000, of your intent to withdraw prior to the second class. You will be issued a prorated cash/credit refund minus a $5 processing fee and any costs incurred.
Parents are responsible for their student's transportation unless noted otherwise. When picking up your student from class, please be prompt, as additional supervision is not provided after class.
A limited number of scholarships are available for selected classes. Scholarships available for students who are enrolled in the free or reduced lunch program. Please call 328-4000 for additional information.
Methods of Payment
Community Education accepts Discover, Visa, MasterCard, check, or cash. Complete the information on the registration form (see below).
Follow the link in your confirmation email to share any information we may need to know to keep you safe and to serve you to the best of our ability (e.g. health concerns or special needs). The Community Education staff is not trained to administer medication.
The fee charged for some activities may be tax deductible. Please consult your tax advisor to determine whether you qualify for an education tax credit or deduction.
Community Education Weatherline
The Community Education weatherline number is 328-4010. Please call this number if you want to check whether a class will run or not due to inclement weather.