See What the Excitement is All About! Orono Activities Center Now Open!
Orono Schools and Community Education are excited to partner with The Sheridan Story to offer their free weekend food program to all students.The Sheridan Story is a nonprofit organization which strives to make a difference in children’s lives by focusing on food gaps like weekends and extended school breaks. There are no qualifications for enrollment.… The Sheridan Story
On Saturday, September 14, Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners (IOCP) celebrated 40 years of service in the community. LaDonna Hoy, IOCP’s founder and executive director, was gifted a stained glass window created by Orono Community Education’s Stained Glass Studio. Cindy Bergstrom, stained glass instructor, led the project. Other artists assisted in the window’s creation including:… Stained Glass Studio Helps Celebrate IOCP
Registration for Fall 2019 classes and programs is now open! Brochures will arrive in mailboxes on August 16th or shortly after. We have something for everyone in your family! Early Learning & Preschool Youth Enrichment – after school, weekend & non-school day Adult Enrichment – fitness, arts, health & wellness, day trips & more Aquatics &… Fall Registration Now Open!
Two Orono Destination Imagination teams attended the Global Finals in Kansas City, Missouri on May 22-25, 2019. The Time Turners and Shooting Stars competed against over 800 teams from 21 different countries. The Time Turners ranked 24th in the Service Learning Challenge, and the Shooting Stars ranked 26th in the Scientific Challenge. Both teams finished… Two DI Teams Compete at Global Finals
The Orono School District proudly hosted an Americorps Promise Fellow during the 2018-19 school year. Laura Hertzog, a graduate of Watertown-Mayer High School, will conclude her year of service at Orono in July. As the current school year nears its end, candidates are being sought for the Promise Fellow position for the 2019-20 school year.… Promise Fellow Comes Back to Her Roots for Year of Service
Registration for Summer 2019 camps & classes is now open! We have over 300 offerings for all ages in a variety of topic areas: science, technology, nature, art, performing arts, sports, academic, aquatics, preschool and more! Brochure copies will arrive in mailboxes shortly! In the meantime, view our brochure online here! Sign up online at www.oronocommunityed.com or… Summer Registration Now Open!
Two Orono Destination Imagination teams are advancing to the Global Finals in Kansas City, Missouri on May 22-25. The “Time Turners” (bottom photo) are advancing in the Service Learning Escape Artists Challenge and the “Shooting Stars” (top photo) are advancing in the Scientific Medical Mystery Challenge. Teams that earn the opportunity to attend Global Finals… DI Teams Advance to GLOBALS!
Orono Youth Wrestling Grades K – 6 Young wrestling will learn the fundamental skills while having fun! All experience levels welcome. Grades K – 2 Mondays, December 3 – February 11 6 – 7 pm $150 Orono High School Wrestling Room Grades 3 – 6 Mondays & Thursdays, December 3 – February 21 6:30 –… Youth Wrestling – Starts December 3!
Explore and learn about other cultures and traditions at the 2018 Orono International Festival! Enjoy multicultural music and traditional dance performances Learn a word or two in a foreign tongue Meet new people Friday, October 26 from 6 – 8 pm Orono Middle School Auditorium This event is supported by the Discovery Arts Council, Orono Community… 2018 Orono International Festival
Orono School’s collected hundreds of pounds of non-perishable items in our 6th year participating in the WE Scare Hunger food drive. From October 29 – November 1, students in grades K – 12 brought in non-perishable food items to be donated to the Maple Plain Food Shelf. We partnered with two local businesses during the week – Carlson… Food Drive Collects Hundreds of Pounds!