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  • In Person: Morning Math Team: South View: Gr. 6-8

    Math Team is a fun and social way to show off students' mathematical abilities! Math Club will focus on Algebra and is best suited for students in accelerated math courses. There will be competitions taking place between September and January. These competitions are run through Minnesota Junior High Math League. Fee reflects cost of events, supplies, logistics, and coach.
  • In Person: Morning Math Team: Valley View: Gr. 6-8

    Math Team is a fun and social way to show off students' mathematical abilities! Math Club will focus on Algebra and is best suited for students in accelerated math courses. There will be competitions taking place between September and January. These competitions are run through Minnesota Junior High Math League. Fee reflects cost of events, supplies, logistics, and coach.
  • In Person: Strategy Game Club: South View: Gr. 6-8

    Take tabletop gaming to the next level. Choose from classic games such as Stratego, Blokus, and Risk but also pursue recent popular games like Catan, Ticket to Ride, Ingenious, Pandemic, 7 Wonders, Splendor, and Code Names. 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.
  • In Person: Strategy Game Club: Valley View: Gr. 6-8

    Take tabletop gaming to the next level. Choose from classic games such as Stratego, Blokus, and Risk but also pursue recent popular games like Catan, Ticket to Ride, Ingenious, Pandemic, 7 Wonders, Splendor, and Code Names. 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.
  • College Reading Readiness: Gr. 9-12

    This eight session, small group (3 to 1 ratio), after school program is highly suited for secondary students with a learning disability, such as dyslexia or other language based learning challenges that impact academic achievement. Students will: utilize Orton Gillingham and structured literacy strategies to improve comprehension of written material; improve fluency and comprehension through the development of word-identification and decoding skills; develop the metacognitive skills necessary to monitor, apply and adjust reading strategies for increased understanding. Signing up for multiple, consecutive sections is encouraged. It can take time for students to get up to grade level, and students will see the best results if they continue working steadily. Financial aid for this class, as for all Community Ed classes, is available. Learn more here or call 952-848-3952 for more information.
  • In Person: Beyond Math (Addition & Subtraction): Ages 6-9

    Our Beyond Math camps are BACK with one of our most popular tutors, Mrs. Allison! During this session of camp, students will work on mastering addition and subtraction problems through the use of hands on activities, songs/chants and lots of games. By the end of this camp students should be experts at adding and subtracting through 20 and beyond! This camp has been a crowd favorite as it offers fun take-home games and activities that support learners between sessions.
  • In Person: Beyond Math (Multiplication & Division): Ages 8-11

    Our Beyond Math camps are BACK with one of our most popular tutors, Mrs. Allison! In this camp students will work on mastering multiplication and division facts with chants, games and hands-on activities. Through collaboration with peers and lots of fun, students will gain the ability to easily recognize and answer simple multiplication/division facts (and beyond). This camp has been a crowd favorite as it offers fun take-home games and activities that support learners between sessions.
  • Driver's Education: Classroom Instruction & Behind the Wheel: Gr. 9-12 (October)

    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
  • In Person: Chess Club: Highland Elementary: Gr. K-5

    Whether you consider yourself a beginner or intermediate player, join this club to meet and interact with other chess players in your school and play on a weekly basis. Players will learn the basic rules and strategies of chess if they are new to the game. (Tournament play is encouraged beyond the club, but those outside fees are not covered by this program.) Players are able to complete a full game (checkmate) or recognize a stalemate Players can set and use a chess clock during a game Players are able to resolve a disagreement with & w/o adults present Players can explain the rules of chess (movement of the pieces, checkmate, & stalemate)
  • Computer Typing Skills: Normandale Gr. 3-5

    Get set to WOW your teachers by learning proper typing skills. This course will teach keyboarding technique through proper finger placement and drills as you focus on accuracy and speed. With technology being used in every facet of the classroom and life, touch typing is an essential skill! This class is open to all schools and is held at Normandale Elementary.
  • In Person: Spanish Language Afterschool: Countryside Grade K-5

    Since 2001 Futura Language Professionals has partnered with schools like yours to offer an affordable, convenient, and comprehensive Level Based Spanish program. Each year your child will graduate and move into a new level of Spanish. Our unique Building Block Method of Learning® is a dynamic, conversation-based methodology that strives to mimic first language acquisition with speaking introduced first, followed by grammar instruction. Students will start understanding instructions from the teacher from the very first class! After completing multiple years in our level program, students can read and write in Spanish, understand complex grammatical concepts as well as form complex sentence structures. Children who finish this program have a strong advantage entering middle school or high school Spanish classes.
  • In Person: Unified Club: Make New Friends Mondays: Gr. 6-8

    Build relationships with other students on Mondays before school! Edina Community Ed “Unified” clubs 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.
  • In Person: Chess Club: Concord Elementary: Gr. K-5

    Whether you consider yourself a beginner or intermediate player, join this club to meet and interact with other chess players in your school and play on a weekly basis. Players will learn the basic rules and strategies of chess if they are new to the game. (Tournament play is encouraged beyond the club, but those outside fees are not covered by this program.) Players are able to complete a full game (checkmate) or recognize a stalemate Players can set and use a chess clock during a game Players are able to resolve a disagreement with & w/o adults present Players can explain the rules of chess (movement of the pieces, checkmate, & stalemate)
  • In Person: Chess Club: Normandale Elementary: Gr. K-5

    Whether you consider yourself a beginner or intermediate player, join this club to meet and interact with other chess players in your school and play on a weekly basis. Players will learn the basic rules and strategies of chess if they are new to the game. (Tournament play is encouraged beyond the club, but those outside fees are not covered by this program.) Players are able to complete a full game (checkmate) or recognize a stalemate Players can set and use a chess clock during a game Players are able to resolve a disagreement with & w/o adults present Players can explain the rules of chess (movement of the pieces, checkmate, & stalemate)
  • Old School Gaming Club: Valley View Gr. 6-8

    Do you enjoy playing board, card, chess, and strategy games with your friends? Do you enjoy learning new games in a relaxed and fun environment? Then this is the club for you! Come join us and learn how to play fun games while hanging with your friends in Old School Gaming Club!
  • In Person: Spanish Language Afterschool: Concord Grade K-5

    Since 2001 Futura Language Professionals has partnered with schools like yours to offer an affordable, convenient, and comprehensive Level Based Spanish program. Each year your child will graduate and move into a new level of Spanish. Our unique Building Block Method of Learning® is a dynamic, conversation-based methodology that strives to mimic first language acquisition with speaking introduced first, followed by grammar instruction. Students will start understanding instructions from the teacher from the very first class! After completing multiple years in our level program, students can read and write in Spanish, understand complex grammatical concepts as well as form complex sentence structures. Children who finish this program have a strong advantage entering middle school or high school Spanish classes.
  • In Person: Spanish Language Afterschool: Highlands Grade K-5

    Since 2001 Futura Language Professionals has partnered with schools like yours to offer an affordable, convenient, and comprehensive Level Based Spanish program. Each year your child will graduate and move into a new level of Spanish. Our unique Building Block Method of Learning® is a dynamic, conversation-based methodology that strives to mimic first language acquisition with speaking introduced first, followed by grammar instruction. Students will start understanding instructions from the teacher from the very first class! After completing multiple years in our level program, students can read and write in Spanish, understand complex grammatical concepts as well as form complex sentence structures. Children who finish this program have a strong advantage entering middle school or high school Spanish classes.
  • In Person: Chess Club: Countryside Elementary: Gr. K-5

    Whether you consider yourself a beginner or intermediate player, join this club to meet and interact with other chess players in your school and play on a weekly basis. Players will learn the basic rules and strategies of chess if they are new to the game. (Tournament play is encouraged beyond the club, but those outside fees are not covered by this program.) Players are able to complete a full game (checkmate) or recognize a stalemate Players can set and use a chess clock during a game Players are able to resolve a disagreement with & w/o adults present Players can explain the rules of chess (movement of the pieces, checkmate, & stalemate)
  • In Person: Spanish Language Afterschool: Cornelia Grade K-5

    Since 2001 Futura Language Professionals has partnered with schools like yours to offer an affordable, convenient, and comprehensive Level Based Spanish program. Each year your child will graduate and move into a new level of Spanish. Our unique Building Block Method of Learning® is a dynamic, conversation-based methodology that strives to mimic first language acquisition with speaking introduced first, followed by grammar instruction. Students will start understanding instructions from the teacher from the very first class! After completing multiple years in our level program, students can read and write in Spanish, understand complex grammatical concepts as well as form complex sentence structures. Children who finish this program have a strong advantage entering middle school or high school Spanish classes.
  • In Person: Spanish Language Afterschool: Creek Valley Grade K-5

    Since 2001 Futura Language Professionals has partnered with schools like yours to offer an affordable, convenient, and comprehensive Level Based Spanish program. Each year your child will graduate and move into a new level of Spanish. Our unique Building Block Method of Learning® is a dynamic, conversation-based methodology that strives to mimic first language acquisition with speaking introduced first, followed by grammar instruction. Students will start understanding instructions from the teacher from the very first class! After completing multiple years in our level program, students can read and write in Spanish, understand complex grammatical concepts as well as form complex sentence structures. Children who finish this program have a strong advantage entering middle school or high school Spanish classes.
  • In Person: Chess Club: Creek Valley Elementary: Gr. K-5

    Whether you consider yourself a beginner or intermediate player, join this club to meet and interact with other chess players in your school and play on a weekly basis. Players will learn the basic rules and strategies of chess if they are new to the game. (Tournament play is encouraged beyond the club, but those outside fees are not covered by this program.) Players are able to complete a full game (checkmate) or recognize a stalemate Players can set and use a chess clock during a game Players are able to resolve a disagreement with & w/o adults present Players can explain the rules of chess (movement of the pieces, checkmate, & stalemate)
  • In Person: Chess Club: Cornelia Elementary: Gr. K-5

    Whether you consider yourself a beginner or intermediate player, join this club to meet and interact with other chess players in your school and play on a weekly basis. Players will learn the basic rules and strategies of chess if they are new to the game. (Tournament play is encouraged beyond the club, but those outside fees are not covered by this program.) Players are able to complete a full game (checkmate) or recognize a stalemate Players can set and use a chess clock during a game Players are able to resolve a disagreement with & w/o adults present Players can explain the rules of chess (movement of the pieces, checkmate, & stalemate)
  • In Person: Unified Club: Fun Fridays: Gr. 6-8

    Connect with other students while exploring fun projects and activities before school on Fridays! Edina Community Ed “Unified” clubs 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.
  • Online: Private ACT Tutoring for the December 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.