Unity Centers

Thriving in School and Far Beyond

Unity Centers offer students and their families a place to get extra help and participate in a variety of academic, artistic, cultural, career, and social and emotional growth opportunities outside the school day, on some non-school days, and during the summer. These opportunities equip students with the skills to thrive in school and far beyond.

Unity Centers are federally funded through a 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant. To make this project successful, we rely on partnerships from families, community members, businesses, the Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative, Shoreview YMCA, the Ramsey County Library-Roseville, and 4-H.


  • Central Park Elementary School (3:20pm-5:30pm)
  • Edgerton Elementary School (4:00pm-5:45pm)
  • Harambee Elementary School (4:00pm-5:45pm)
  • Roseville Area Middle School  (2:40pm-5:00pm)

Unity Center runs Mondays-Thursdays and starts September 20th, 2021 for the 2021-2022 school year.  The last day of programming will be May 26th, 2022 (Harambee will continue until July 27th, 2022 to follow their year round calendar).  Registration information will be distributed in school buildings starting in September.  

**due to current circumstances surrounding COVID-19, programs may change.

For more Information:

Community Education Administrative Assistant
Kim Arsenault  •  kim.arsenault@isd623.org  •  651-604-3508 

This initiative is funded with a grant from the Minnesota Department of Education using 21st Century Community Learning Centers federal funding.