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    Online: Need-to-Know Changes to the College Planning Process

    This past year has resulted in some of the most significant changes to the college planning process in decades. Admission trends have changed how colleges admit students, there are substantial changes to the FAFSA and college financial aid, and schools have gone ACT/SAT optional, but not necessarily when they award scholarships. Learn how these changes may impact your family, and new strategies to consider to give your student the best opportunity to be admitted and maximize scholarships
  • Online: Private ACT Tutoring for the April 15, 2023 Exam: Gr. 10-12

    Private ACT Tutoring provides 1-on-1 review and instruction tailored to an individual student's needs. Instructors expert in their respective fields handle the different subject areas of the ACT. Subjects for the ACT are: English, Math, Reading, Science or Writing. Tutoring sessions generally start 4-6 weeks prior to the exam date. You have four options for registration: 1 Subject (4 one-hour tutoring sessions in 1 subject) 2 Subjects (8 sessions) 3 Subjects (12 sessions) 4 Subjects (16 sessions) Deciding on the number of ACT Private Tutoring sessions is based upon many factors. We recommend to most of our families to sign up for 4 subjects/16 sessions (4 sessions in each subject) to maximize potential to achieve a student's goal. If your student has taken the Comprehensive Prep Course with us, or is very strong in a specific subject (high 30’s), then all subject areas may not need to be addressed. After your registration is completed with Edina Community Ed, you will receive a confirmation email. Inside you'll be asked to fill out a form with more information. After this is completed, you will be contacted via email to set up your child's tutoring sessions.
  • Online: Driver's Education: Classroom Instruction & Behind the Wheel: Gr. 9-12 (Feb-Mar)

    This course covers 30 hours of classroom training, and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel lessons. Miss a class? No problem. Each lesson is independent and can be taken in any order. If a lesson is missed, a student can make it up when it is convenient for them and finish at their own pace. The behind-the-wheel training will be scheduled with Safeway after the student has completed the classroom training and passed the permit test. It consists of six hours of one-on-one private instruction with a responsible, professional driving instructor. Lessons are two-hour sessions and include pick-up and drop-off from home, work or school. Training is done on actual city streets and highways. All of Safeway’s instructors are licensed by the MN Depart of Public Safety, having met the State’s background checks and testing requirements. Students must be at least 14.5 years old to join the class. For parents, click HERE for more information. Classroom instructors and driving lessons are provided by Safeway Driving School. www.safewaydrivingschool.com. 651-351-9150
  • Driver's Education: Classroom Instruction & Behind the Wheel: Gr. 9-12 (Feb-Mar)

    This course covers 30 hours of classroom training, and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel lessons. Miss a class? No problem. Each lesson is independent and can be taken in any order. If a lesson is missed, a student can make it up when it is convenient for them and finish at their own pace. The behind-the-wheel training will be scheduled with Safeway after the student has completed the classroom training and passed the permit test. It consists of six hours of one-on-one private instruction with a responsible, professional driving instructor. Lessons are two-hour sessions and include pick-up and drop-off from home, work or school. Training is done on actual city streets and highways. All of Safeway’s instructors are licensed by the MN Depart of Public Safety, having met the State’s background checks and testing requirements. Students must be at least 14.5 years old to join the class. For parents, click HERE for more information. Classroom instructors and driving lessons are provided by Safeway Driving School. www.safewaydrivingschool.com. 651-351-9150
  • Bicycle Repair and Maintenance 3 Hour Class: Ages 14-18

    Major focus will be on identification of bicycle parts, trailside repair, shifting adjustments, brake adjustments, chain maintenance, how to repair/replace a tube (flat tire), how to safety check your bike. We will also learn basic wheel truing, replacing a chain, how to replace brake and shifting cables. We highly encourage you to bring your bike to class. If this isn't possible, that's okay. We will have a couple bikes available to work on.
  • Online: Comprehensive ACT Prep Course for the April 15, 2023 Exam: Gr. 10-12

    ACT scores play a vital role in college admissions and scholarship opportunities. The Comprehensive ACT Prep Course reviews all subjects of the ACT: English, Math, Reading & Science. We utilize previously administered ACT tests, and focus on content and testing strategies. Zoom link will be emailed. Course Breakdown: 2:00 - 4:00pm | Math and Science 4:00 - 4:30pm | Break 4:30 - 6:30pm | English and Reading
  • Etiquette, Manners, Social Skills, Oh My! Ages: 7-12

    Set your child up for social skills success with this class that builds their self-confidence as they learn skills that help them to succeed. Children learn to make an outstanding first impression, speak with confidence, use great manners, & dine with distinction. Class 1: Making a great first impression, introducing yourself/others, & engaging in polite conversation; Class 2: Setting a basic table, using good table manners, winning words, & showing gratitude
  • Non-School Days: Camp Timbernook: Gr. K-5

    TimberNook was designed as the vehicle to get children outdoors in sensory-rich experiences that inspire, restore, and challenge the mind and the body. We strive to be the “living example” of what real, authentic outdoor play should look like. TimberNook is not your typical nature program. TimberNook programs intricately weave the therapeutic benefits of being outdoors with a thorough understanding of child development and alternative education. The result is a sensory play experience that supports every aspect of the growing child. We do this by skillfully staging and using the environment as inspiration for creative play opportunities. Our TimberNook theme this spring is the wonderful Wizard of Oz! Kids will explore the enchanting Emerald City, enjoy fireside snacks and recreate their favorite parts of this magical story in the woods!
  • Unified Games and Team Building Concord: K-5

    Play is essential to our development. It helps us learn and implement important skills that largely impact our perception and experiences in life. In this unified class, we will explore a variety of games, tasks, and activities that will help students strengthen their decision making, problem-solving, communication and other skills through play. Edina Community Ed “Unified” camps blend students with special needs and students who are more typically developing to explore art, theater, science, fitness and more. Our goal is to create a community of individuals, both with and without disabilities, devoted to awareness, advocacy, leadership and empathy through authentic relationship-building experiences. This opportunity is available to students enrolled at Concord Elementary School.
  • Unified Games and Team Building Highlands: K-5

    Play is essential to our development. It helps us learn and implement important skills that largely impact our perception and experiences in life. In this unified class, we will explore a variety of games, tasks, and activities that will help students strengthen their decision making, problem-solving, communication and other skills through play. Edina Community Ed “Unified” camps blend students with special needs and students who are more typically developing to explore art, theater, science, fitness and more. Our goal is to create a community of individuals, both with and without disabilities, devoted to awareness, advocacy, leadership and empathy through authentic relationship-building experiences. This opportunity is available to students enrolled at Concord Elementary School.
  • Driver's Education: Classroom Instruction & Behind the Wheel: Gr. 9-12 (April)

    This course covers 30 hours of classroom training, and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel lessons. Miss a class? No problem. Each lesson is independent and can be taken in any order. If a lesson is missed, a student can make it up when it is convenient for them and finish at their own pace. The behind-the-wheel training will be scheduled with Safeway after the student has completed the classroom training and passed the permit test. It consists of six hours of one-on-one private instruction with a responsible, professional driving instructor. Lessons are two-hour sessions and include pick-up and drop-off from home, work or school. Training is done on actual city streets and highways. All of Safeway’s instructors are licensed by the MN Depart of Public Safety, having met the State’s background checks and testing requirements. Students must be at least 14.5 years old to join the class. For parents, click HERE for more information. Classroom instructors and driving lessons are provided by Safeway Driving School. www.safewaydrivingschool.com. 651-351-9150
  • American Red Cross Babysitter Training: Gr. 4-8

    A must for all babysitters! Topics include infant care, child development, good babysitter business practices, emergency and first aid care. In order to receive a certificate, attendance is required for the entire class.
  • Online: Driver's Education: Classroom Instruction & Behind the Wheel: Gr. 9-12 (Apr-May)

    This course covers 30 hours of classroom training, and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel lessons. Miss a class? No problem. Each lesson is independent and can be taken in any order. If a lesson is missed, a student can make it up when it is convenient for them and finish at their own pace. The behind-the-wheel training will be scheduled with Safeway after the student has completed the classroom training and passed the permit test. It consists of six hours of one-on-one private instruction with a responsible, professional driving instructor. Lessons are two-hour sessions and include pick-up and drop-off from home, work or school. Training is done on actual city streets and highways. All of Safeway’s instructors are licensed by the MN Depart of Public Safety, having met the State’s background checks and testing requirements. Students must be at least 14.5 years old to join the class. For parents, click HERE for more information. Classroom instructors and driving lessons are provided by Safeway Driving School. www.safewaydrivingschool.com. 651-351-9150
  • Bicycle Repair and Maintenance Intermediate Class: Ages 14-18

    Basic bike set up, identification, shifting adjustments, brake adjustments, how to safety check your bike, preparing a bike for selling, as well as many other helpful tips & tricks. If you take another class you can start where you left off and move to the next level of learning. We highly encourage you to bring your bike to class. If this isn't possible, that's okay. We will have a couple bikes available to work on.
  • Online: Private ACT Tutoring for the June 10, 2023 Exam: Gr. 10-12

    Private ACT Tutoring provides 1-on-1 review and instruction tailored to an individual student's needs. Instructors expert in their respective fields handle the different subject areas of the ACT. Subjects for the ACT are: English, Math, Reading, Science or Writing. Tutoring sessions generally start 4-6 weeks prior to the exam date. You have four options for registration: 1 Subject (4 one-hour tutoring sessions in 1 subject) 2 Subjects (8 sessions) 3 Subjects (12 sessions) 4 Subjects (16 sessions) Deciding on the number of ACT Private Tutoring sessions is based upon many factors. We recommend to most of our families to sign up for 4 subjects/16 sessions (4 sessions in each subject) to maximize potential to achieve a student's goal. If your student has taken the Comprehensive Prep Course with us, or is very strong in a specific subject (high 30’s), then all subject areas may not need to be addressed. After your registration is completed with Edina Community Ed, you will receive a confirmation email. Inside you'll be asked to fill out a form with more information. After this is completed, you will be contacted via email to set up your child's tutoring sessions.
  • Driver's Education: Classroom Instruction & Behind the Wheel: Gr. 9-12 (May)

    This course covers 30 hours of classroom training, and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel lessons. Miss a class? No problem. Each lesson is independent and can be taken in any order. If a lesson is missed, a student can make it up when it is convenient for them and finish at their own pace. The behind-the-wheel training will be scheduled with Safeway after the student has completed the classroom training and passed the permit test. It consists of six hours of one-on-one private instruction with a responsible, professional driving instructor. Lessons are two-hour sessions and include pick-up and drop-off from home, work or school. Training is done on actual city streets and highways. All of Safeway’s instructors are licensed by the MN Depart of Public Safety, having met the State’s background checks and testing requirements. Students must be at least 14.5 years old to join the class. For parents, click HERE for more information. Classroom instructors and driving lessons are provided by Safeway Driving School. www.safewaydrivingschool.com. 651-351-9150
  • Bicycle Repair and Maintenance 3 Hour Class: Ages 14-18

    Major focus will be on identification of bicycle parts, trailside repair, shifting adjustments, brake adjustments, chain maintenance, how to repair/replace a tube (flat tire), how to safety check your bike. We will also learn basic wheel truing, replacing a chain, how to replace brake and shifting cables. We highly encourage you to bring your bike to class. If this isn't possible, that's okay. We will have a couple bikes available to work on.
  • Online: Comprehensive ACT Prep Course for the June 10, 2023 Exam: Gr. 10-12

    ACT scores play a vital role in college admissions and scholarship opportunities. The Comprehensive ACT Prep Course reviews all subjects of the ACT: English, Math, Reading & Science. We utilize previously administered ACT tests, and focus on content and testing strategies. Zoom link will be emailed. Course Breakdown: 2:00 - 4:00pm | Math and Science 4:00 - 4:30pm | Break 4:30 - 6:30pm | English and Reading
  • American Red Cross Babysitter Training: Gr. 4-8

    A must for all babysitters! Topics include infant care, child development, good babysitter business practices, emergency and first aid care. In order to receive a certificate, attendance is required for the entire class.
  • Online: Driver's Education: Classroom Instruction & Behind the Wheel: Gr. 9-12 (May)

    This course covers 30 hours of classroom training, and 6 hours of behind-the-wheel lessons. Miss a class? No problem. Each lesson is independent and can be taken in any order. If a lesson is missed, a student can make it up when it is convenient for them and finish at their own pace. The behind-the-wheel training will be scheduled with Safeway after the student has completed the classroom training and passed the permit test. It consists of six hours of one-on-one private instruction with a responsible, professional driving instructor. Lessons are two-hour sessions and include pick-up and drop-off from home, work or school. Training is done on actual city streets and highways. All of Safeway’s instructors are licensed by the MN Depart of Public Safety, having met the State’s background checks and testing requirements. Students must be at least 14.5 years old to join the class. For parents, click HERE for more information. Classroom instructors and driving lessons are provided by Safeway Driving School. www.safewaydrivingschool.com. 651-351-9150