(updated May 29, 2020) With health and safety at the forefront, our Community Education team is adjusting plans for our summer program. We are working diligently to make the proper adjustments necessary to meet state guidelines. Some of our camps and classes have been modified to meet in-person protocols, moved to virtual, or cancelled. We… Summer Program Update
Since many families are faced with financial challenges during this time, you can now register for all summer camps, classes and programs with a deferred payment. Under payment options, select deferred payment: $0 when registering online. No fee will be charged at the time of registration. If we are able to hold programs, the fee would be charged at a later… New Summer Registration Option
WeCAN is a social service agency located in Mound that provides individual and family support services to those in need in 12 western Hennepin County communities, including Mound, Minnetrista, Spring Park, Navarre, Minnetonka Beach, Maple Plain, Independence, Loretto, Rockford, St. Bonifacius, Tonka Bay and Greenfield. Call WeCAN at 952-472-0742, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.wecanmn.org to find out… How Can I Get Help? Community Resources
Starting Wednesday, March 18, the Orono Community Education office will be closed until further notice. Please email CEinfo@orono.k12.mn.us with any questions regarding Community Education classes or programs. We will likely be unable to answer and reply via telephone. However, our staff will be checking email and voicemail messages frequently and will respond as soon as possible.… Office Closure & How to Reach Us
In coordination with the current Orono Schools K-12 closure from March 16 to March 29, all Community Education activities, programs and classes (including those held off-site) have been cancelled until further notice. More information on rescheduling and/or refunds will be sent directly to those enrolled in specific classes/programs. If your student(s) is enrolled in an… Important Update – COVID-19
On January 9-12, 2020, 38 Orono students in grades 8-12 attended YMCA’s Youth in Government: Model Assembly Session 2020. Our students debated bills, passed proposals, and sat on the jury for their court cases. We had several students serve for elected and appointed positions. Anne Guidera (11th grade) was elected to be the GOVERNOR for… Orono Students Succeed at Youth in Government
Registration for Winter Spring 2020 classes and programs is here! Brochures will arrive in mailboxes on December 13 or shortly after! We have classes for all ages, birth to senior citizen, taking place January thru May 2020. View the brochure here! Register online at www.oronocommunityed.com or call 952-449-8350. We’re proud to be empowering your learning!
Orono School’s participated in the ME to WE initiative, WE Scare Hunger Food Drive for the 7th year. From October 28 – November 8, students in grades K-12 brought in non-perishable food and hygiene items to school that were donated to the Maple Plain Food Shelf and the Spartan Basic Needs Closet. Members of the… Food Drive Collects 1,000+ Pounds!
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