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  • Chew On This - Community Luncheons

    By investing in our communities we can make magic happen! Please join us for Chew on This, a community luncheon in a fun and relaxed atmosphere designed to bring people of all ages together within the Proctor and Hermantown school districts. Whether you are a business professional, stay-at-home parent with little ones, aging adult, or community extraordinaire; we invite you to attend and network with your fellow community members.Blood Pressure Checks, Betty will be available from 11:00 - 11:30 am to get your blood pressure checked. 
  • Coffee Chat

    Coffee talks are a great way to meet and connect with people in your community! We cover topics that help improve your quality of living in a engaging and social atmosphere.
  • Coffee with a Coach - Fitness vs Food

    Want to lose weight, but you've tried all the latest trends without the results you're are looking for? Participants will work with Megan Blum, Health Coach to discuss the differences fitness and food have on your physical body, as well as, how to maximize your body's performance.  You won't want to miss out on why you need both, and how to make the right choice for you personally.  Learn how losing weight is all about making lifestyle changes that fit you personally. 
  • Coffee with a Coach - Immune System Reboot

    Are you waiting for the back to school bug to hit, or do  you find yourself stocking up on antibacterial soap, EmercenC pacet Lysol wipes, and DayQuil? Gain a better understanding of how your immune system is designed to naturally fight off these germs, WITHOUT using over-the-counter pharmacy.  Megan Blum, health coach will guide you through the process of how to support a healthy immune system to survive cold and flu season.  
  • Coffee with a Coach - The Truth Behind Sugar

    We ate it as kids, and we turned out fine, but do we really know the truth behind sugar? Megan Blum, Health Coach will education you on how added sugars effect your body's physical, mental, and long term health.  It's important to understand the difference between "fake" sugars and natural sugars.  Megan will guide you through how to make the right choice. 
  • Community Baby Shower

    Adding a baby to your household is an exciting time!  The Early Childhood Program would like to share this wonderful time with you by inviting you to a community baby shower.  Moms, dads, siblings and grandparents are invited for food, fun, gifts, music and a special story time.  This will be a great time to connect with other parents of newborns and learn about opportunities for families. Please register your new baby and indicate each adult that will be attending as well as any siblings when you fill out the Registration form.Online registration will close September 13, 2019.   After that date, please call Erin @ 628-4958 ext. 1.
  • Creature Feature: Bay View

    Which animals call the Great Lakes home? Students will investigate with the Great Lakes Aquarium the five major groups of vertebrates, the special features they have in common and what makes them different. Watch excitement build as students come face to face with a resident vertebrate animal! 
  • Creature Feature: Hermantown

    Which animals call the Great Lakes home? Students will investigate with the Great Lakes Aquarium the five major groups of vertebrates, the special features they have in common and what makes them different. Watch excitement build as students come face to face with a resident vertebrate animal! 
  • Creature Feature: Pike Lake

    Which animals call the Great Lakes home? Students will investigate with the Great Lakes Aquarium the five major groups of vertebrates, the special features they have in common and what makes them different. Watch excitement build as students come face to face with a resident vertebrate animal! 
  • Designing Your Dream: Plan before you Build

    Are you getting the HGTV itch? Take control of your home by learning the basics of home design - general concepts, organizational tips, zoning rules, building codes, variances, and how the various players in the construction game relate to each other.  Whether you design your own project or hire someone to help, this class will take some of the mystery out of the process.  
  • ECFE

    Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) is a community education program of Proctor Public Schools and Hermantown Community Schools.  We provide classes, programs and services for families with children from birth to kindergarten age.  ECFE classes include time for parents and children to learn together, parent discussions facilitated by a parent educator and interaction among children to engage, learn and grow together within an early childhood classroom.  
  • Early Childhood

    Early Childhood Screening, Bridges to Kindergarten and other Special Events
  • Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE)

    Early Childhood Family Education ECFE) is a program available to all Minnesota families with children between the ages of birth and kindergarten enrollment. It recognizes that families provide children’s first and most important learning environments and that parents are their children’s first and most significant teachers. It is the mission of ECFE to strengthen families and support the ability of all parents to provide the best possible environment for the healthy growth and development of their children.
  • Early Childhood Programs

    The 2019/2020 Online Class Registration Lottery will be open April 1 - 26, 2019. Families will be notified of their class placement in early May. The Proctor/Hermantown Early Childhood Program offers Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) Parent/Child classes, 3, 4 and 5 year-old Preschool classes as well as a variety of special events throughout the year. All of our classes are taught by licensed Early Childhood teachers and Parent Educators. Our School Readiness program has been awarded the top “4 Star” rating from the State of Minnesota’s Parent Aware Rating System for Quality Early Childhood Programs! Our 4 Star rating certifies that our pre-school program has met Minnesota’s highest standards for teacher licensing and training and student curriculum and assessment
  • Early Childhood Special Events

    Early Childhood Family Education Stepping Stones, School Readiness & more
  • Enriching Generations Together

    Learn something new and fun! Digital Photography, Container Gardening, Retirement & Social Security workshops, just to name a few.
  • Experience Local-Thinking of You Card Making (Hucklebeary)

    Thinking of You Week is an international movement to celebrate the joy of sending & receiving hand-written notes and greeting cards. Join our friend, Emily Ekstrom, owner of Hucklebeary in Downtown Duluth, for a fun-filled night of creating cards to create a wave of happiness across the globe by letting people know that you're thinking of them.
  • FIRST Lego League (FLL): 2019/2020 Season

    PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:The Proctor/Hermantown FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL®) Robotics Club is a Club compose of multiple FIRST Lego League (FLL) Robotics team. Project-based, hands-on FLL programs introduce students to programming and engineering an exclusive, creative and hopeful environment where students work collaboratively to solve a yearly robotics challenge. This 2019-2020 season, FIRST RISE, powered by Star Wars: Force for Change is setting out to inspire citizens of the galaxy to work together, strengthening and protecting the force that binds us and creating a place where collaboration and collective wisdom can elevate new ideas and foster growth. Together we RISE! Throughout their experience, the teams will operate under FLL's signature set of core values of friendly sportsmanship, learning and community involvement. WHO:Students between the ages of 9-14. Each FLL team needs 2 adult coaches. Coaches do not need to be an engineer or programmer. FLL provides numerous resources to help coaches. We also have seasoned coaches that can provide support and mentorship for each team.COMMITMENT:Team coaches, parents and team members will detemine how often and when to meet.OVERVIEW:May-July: 2019 Hermantown FLL Club Registration.July: Field kits are ordered.August 1: Official challenge is released.September-December: 2-3 hour weekly team meetings, in-session scrimmages between teams. Teams may decide to meet more frequently during the week and on weekends. They may also participate in field trips for the research project.December 7th, 2019: A 36 team Regional tournament will be held at Hermantown on Saturday, December 7th. Teams that perform well will have opportunities to move onto the sectional, state and world competitions.COMPETITIVE TEAM:Each team will be registered with the FIRST FLL league. All coaches and members will receive a T-shirt. The registration fee for each member of the competition will be $125. All competitive fees are due and non-refundable after September 15th.For more information on competitive teams, go to FLL website: www.firstlegoleague.org or search for "First Lego League" on Youtube.For more information, please contact Mr. Wojciuk at jwojciuk@isd700.org!
  • Fall Colors Hike

    Are you curious about all of the hiking trails in our area? Learn ways to make each hike successful and fun for you and your family. Gain knowledge, tips, and tricks to feel confident to explore your outdoors any time during any season. After a brief introduction to hiking, all participants will experience a group hike on the Ely's Peak DWP tunnel to see the beautiful fall colors.
  • Fall Festival

    Join Proctor/Hermantown Community Education as we host our first annual Fall Festival at the St. Luke's Sports & Event Center. Featured activities will include a pumpkin walk, arts & crafts, table activities and a ton of fun! This event is FREE and sponsored by AGE to age funding from the Northland Foundation. Pre-registration is required for the event.
  • Family STEM Night

    Back by popular demand! Family STEM Night activities are a wonderful way for families to enjoy an evening full of hand-on activities. Together, families will explore solutions to engineering problems, solve math problems, and investigate science phenomena with the most important people in their lives. Please note, students must be accompanied by a special adult! Pizza and refreshments will be provided. *Activities will be the same for both Bay View and Pike Lake dates.