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    Non-School Day: DIY Dog Treats: Gr K-5

    DIY Dog Treats Your 4-legged friends deserve some treats every now and again too! Join Jackie as we whip up some grain-free goodies to take home for your favorite furry BFF! All supplies are included.
  • Non-School Day: Another One Bites the Crust: Gr K-5

    Another One Bites the Crust Pizza is the most popular food in the world! Rightly so! Join local holistic nutritionist, Jackie Mart, in concocting a variety of yummy, mouth-watering pizzas! All supplies are included. On the Menu: Bubbly Breakfast Pizza Fruity Dessert Pizza
  • Online: Comprehensive ACT Prep Course for the April 13 Exam

    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. This class is held online and a Zoom meeting link will be sent to you in your confirmation email. Classes will be recorded for any missed sessions. Course Breakdown: 2:00 - 4:00pm | Math and Science 4:00 - 4:30pm | Break 4:30 - 6:30pm | English and Reading
  • Online: Private ACT Tutoring for the April 13, 2023 Exam

    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. In Person Sessions are also available.
  • Non-School Day: Mac ‘n’ Cheese Mix-Up: Gr K-5

    Mac ‘n’ Cheese Mix-Up (Children's Cooking Class) 1 hour This class will feature recipes with a spin on the classic children’s favorite: macaroni and cheese! (Gluten-free class) All supplies are included. (Min 6 Max 12) On the Menu: Mac and Cheese Bites Mac and Cheese Pizza
  • Non-School Day: Cake Pops On a Stick: Gr K-5

    On a Stick: Cake Pops By the end of this class, you will be a cake pop expert! Choose from chocolate and vanilla cake, and decorate until your heart’s content with sprinkles, shredded coconut, or a chocolate drizzle. All supplies are included.
  • Creative Design for Business II: Gr 6-8

    Spark your imagination as you dive into the world of branding! Through hands-on projects and expert guidance, you’ll learn how to design a captivating brand for your client, exploring the elements of logo design, color palettes, and taglines. Unleash your creativity and cultivate your passion for creating impactful brands
  • Readers Theater: Cornelia Gr. 2-5

    Do you love to read? Do you enjoy performing? If so, join Cornelia Media Specialist Liz Ortiz Perez at Readers Theater where we bring stories to life!
  • Strategy Game Club: Valley View (AM) Session II: Gr 6-8

    Program Description: Take strategy gaming to the next level! Play challenging and popular games like Catan, Pandemic, 7 Wonders, Splendor, Evolution, Godsforge & many more. Role Playing & Collectable Card Games are run by students. Playing games develops analysis, problem solving, communication, and negotiation skills and…it’s also great fun! Players will learn at least 3 new games and how they end in order to complete full games Players can make decisions on game play and explain the rules with or w/o adults present Players are able to resolve a disagreement with & w/o adults present Players can set-up and take down games in order to have them ready for future players.
  • Strategy Game Club: South View (PM) Session II: Gr 6-8

    Program Description: Take strategy gaming to the next level! Play challenging and popular games like Catan, Pandemic, 7 Wonders, Splendor, Evolution, Godsforge & many more. Role Playing & Collectable Card Games are run by students. Playing games develops analysis, problem solving, communication, and negotiation skills and…it’s also great fun! Players will learn at least 3 new games and how they end in order to complete full games Players can make decisions on game play and explain the rules with or w/o adults present Players are able to resolve a disagreement with & w/o adults present Players can set-up and take down games in order to have them ready for future players.
  • 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
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    Cornelia Cubs Sustainability Club: Gr. 4-5

    Teaching sustainability – how are WE connected to the environment?Enables students to develop knowledge, skills, values and motivation for action, allowing them to maintain their own well-being and that of their community and planet – in an increasingly interconnected world. My goal for this after school club is to engage the kids in healthy discussion and fun activities with the main theme of how the actions of ONE person really can make a difference in taking care of our beautiful planet.
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    Cornelia Cubs Sustainability Club: Gr. 2-3

    Teaching sustainability – how are WE connected to the environment?Enables students to develop knowledge, skills, values and motivation for action, allowing them to maintain their own well-being and that of their community and planet – in an increasingly interconnected world. My goal for this after school club is to engage the kids in healthy discussion and fun activities with the main theme of how the actions of ONE person really can make a difference in taking care of our beautiful planet.
  • Online: 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
  • Non-School Day: Rainy Day Treats: Gr K-5

    Make the most of being stuck inside on a stormy day with these fun and easy treats little hands will love to make! All supplies are included. *Gluten and dairy-free class. On the Menu: Apple Nachos Double Chocolate Brownies
  • Non-School Day: Spring Shakes: Gr K-5

    Spring Shakes It’s time to shake things up now that the weather is warming up! In this class we will be making flavorful drinks with a twist on the modern milkshake! (No artificial colors, sugars or flavors) All supplies are included. On the Menu: Skittles Shake Strawberry Cheesecake Shake Banana Cream Pie Shake
  • Non-School Day: Spring Chess Tournament: Gr. K-12

    Edina elementary and secondary chess players are invited to participate in the "Edina District Season End Chess Tournament". Whether you participated in a chess club or not in the Fall, Winter or Spring, you are invited to compete in this short, fun tournament. Time controls will be used when necessary to keep the tournament within time constraints. The format and recognitions will be based on the number of registered participants in each grade level and school. Pre-registration is encouraged, but walk-ins will be accepted. Tournament etiquette and procedures will be explained at the event for players new to tournament play. Players are not eliminated. Everyone plays in each round unless there is a bye because of an odd number of participants. Typically there are 4-5 rounds.
  • Etiquette, Manners, Social Skills II: Gr. K-6

    Set your child up for social skills success with this class that builds children's self-confidence as they learn important skills that help them to succeed. Children learn to make an outstanding first impression, speak with confidence, use great manners, dine with distinction, and much more! Each class is packed with information, interaction, and a lot of FUN! Children will be encouraged to practice the skills that were learned following each class. Topics include: Making a great first impression Introducing yourself/others Engaging in polite conversation Setting a basic table and using good table manners Winning words Showing gratitude
  • 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
  • Online: Private ACT Tutoring for the June 8, 2024 Exam

    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. In Person Sessions are also available.
  • Online: Comprehensive ACT Prep Course for the June 8, 2024 Exam

    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. This class is held online and a Zoom meeting link will be sent to you in your confirmation email. Classes will be recorded for any missed sessions. Course Breakdown: 2:00 - 4:00pm | Math and Science 4:00 - 4:30pm | Break 4:30 - 6:30pm | English and Reading
  • 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
  • Driver's Education: Classroom Instruction & Behind the Wheel: Ages 14.5-18 (June)

    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. Students must contact Safeway directly for make up sessions. 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. For parents, click HERE for more information. Classroom instructors and driving lessons are provided by Safeway Driving School. 651-351-9150
  • Online: Driver's Education: Classroom Instruction & Behind the Wheel: Ages 14.5-18 (June)

    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. Students must contact Safeway directly for make up sessions. 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. For parents, click HERE for more information. Classroom instructors and driving lessons are provided by Safeway Driving School. 651-351-9150