The  2017 Winter & Spring Catalog is full of classes and programs designed to enrich, educate and inspire.  Our Catalog offering classes for expectant parents, young families, Baby Boomers and more has been mailed to all district residents. Copies are available at the Community Education office. Inside you will find information on all of our programs as well as registration information for Enrichment, Project COMPASS, Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) and K-8 Enrichments. View our Catalog page by page or find our classes on the on-line Catalog tab at the menu bar at the top of this page.  For full information on all of our programs visit each of our programs website links from this home page.


Adult Literacy...It's Education, Not School!  Classes are offered for adults who need their GED; adults who have their high school diploma or GED and want to improve their skills, and adult English language learners.  

New sessions begin soon! Call 507-494-0900!


Testing Center is located at MSC-Southeast Technical College in Winona. Visit our GED Web page for more information.

Summer is just around the corner! Register NOW for Summer Key Kids!

Key Kids is our after school program for children in grades K-4 and is open to all children in the school district, public and non-public.

Summer Key Kids is for children who will be in grades K-6 in the 2017 - 2018 school year.   Register for 1 to 5 days per week - register soon to ensure your child's enrollment. 

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 Community Education's After School Activity Program Grades 5 - 8 is offered to all students in the school district. Activities include Arts, Clubs, and Athletics as well as Community Service opportunities and special events!


Classes are open to all in the community, specializing in slower paced classes for all, customized classes for people with disabilities, parent and professional development workshops and support groups


ECFE welcomes all families with children age birth to kindergarten. The mission of ECFE is to educate, empower and support all families as their child's first teacher, by offering information about child development and parenting techniques and by giving children opportunities to discover and learn.