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Community Ed

Youth Enrichment Programs


Aquatics | Friendship Connection | Pre-K Program


Youth Enrichment Brochure




Youth Enrichment provides opportunities for youth to pursue their interests, expand their abilities, and improve their social skills in an informal, friendly atmosphere. Courses are offered for grades K-8 immediately after school, early evenings, non-school days, and Saturday mornings at the district's elementary schools with sessions lasting one to two hours. The fee-supported offerings consistof a variety of subject areas including academics, technology, foreign language, art, science, games, hobbies, and drama. Quarterly flyers are distributed through youngest and only students at the elementary schools. For more information, e-mail Donna Andersen, or call 651-604-3770.

View courses and/or register online

Download this PDF version for help registering online.


Share your talent and skills with the youth in the Roseville community!

We are always looking for new, innovative and fun classes. Download (MS Word) a youth enrichment course proposal form (or this PDF version), fill it out, print it, mail it to us at the address provided, and we will contact you. For more information on becoming a youth enrichment instructor, e-mail Cyndi Arneson.


Aquatics

Aquatics Flyer

The Aquatics program provides instructional and recreational opportunities to the community using standards set forth by the American Red Cross. Courses are offered year-round for people ages 9 months to 118 years. Opportunities include swimming lessons for tots, preschool, youth, and adults, lap swim and open swim. Quarterly flyers are distributed through youngest and only students at the elementary schools and are also available in the Community Education Brochure. For more information, e-mail Donna Andersen, or call 651-604-3770.


Summer Band and Orchestra Camp

Music camps are offered for students entering grades 4-8 in the mornings during the months of June and July. Students receive a lesson every day, four days a week, for five weeks. In addition, students participate in music theory class, band/orchestra rehearsal, and a recreational period. Attendance is required the first week of camp. Flyers are sent home after Spring Break. Registrations for all camps are open now!.For more information, e-mail Donna Andersen, or call 651-604-3770.