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  • AARP Smart Driver Safety Refresher Course-PACC

    If you are over 55, you can receive credit on your insurance, including a 10% discount, for completing this course. Class includes films & lectures, and is sponsored by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). Payment of $23 for Non-AARP member, $18 for AARP member. New "Smart Driver" safety national release with new material & pricing beginning January 2014.Make check payable to Community Education. You must call or pre-register by mail. Please specify dates.
  • Adult Classes

    A wide variety of classes, programs and special events for individuals 18 years of age or older.
  • Bay View Elementary

    • Kids' Zone Proctor
    • Kids' Zone: 19-20 School Year
    Kids' Zone allows kids to be kids. We offer ample time to play and have fun in a safe and supervised environment. We offer a wide variety of gym games, crafts, toys, activities as well as free time. Our activities enrich and engage children in a social environment that encourages cooperative play. Staff strives to maintain a 1:12 ratio that is below the State of Minnesota’s rate of 1:15. This allows for more individualized care and more one-on-one time with your child!
  • Beginner 1- Group Swim Lessons

    Supported floats, glides and beginning front and back stroke work are covered. Safety practices and becoming comfortable in the water are emphasized.
  • Behind the Wheel Package - Youth Driver Education

    Students who completed classroom instruction with another organization may participate in 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training with our licensed staff. 
  • Boomer Plus Classes

    Programs, trips and activities that encourage community and life long learning.
  • Cards for You - April

    Create high quality, personalized cards for friends and family. Each class provides a different variety of cards.  Each attendee will make and leave with 5 cards. Stampin' Up products will be used for the card and available for purchase.  No purchase necessary. Material Fee per session: $5 payable to instructor on the first night
  • 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
  • Elite Tennis Camp

    Join this elite tennis camp to improve your competition and match skills.  Grade 7-12
  • Enriching Generations Together

    Learn something new and fun! Digital Photography, Container Gardening, Retirement & Social Security workshops, just to name a few.
  • 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!
  • Fitness Yoga

    This music-enhanced class improves flexibility, builds strength, challenges your balance, and quiets your mind with yoga poses, breathing, and relaxation. First trial class is free.Bring a yoga mat or towel and wear comfortable workout clothes.
  • FlyBye Hermantown

    Flybye offers daily activities to keep students busy and happy! Our staff will be responsible for creating engaging activities to help build social and cognitive skills. Flybye is a program of Hermantown Community Schools through the Department of Community Education and operates at the Hermantown Middle School
    Child Care Program
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  • Hawks Camp: Art Class

    Art (K-6)Join in the fun & sign-up for Artclass! We will be constructing colorful spinners, newspaper sharks, re-creating the color wheel, learning about amazing artists, drawing, and designing unique works of art. We will be using a variety of art mediums, and you will be encouraged to let your creativity flow as you have fun constructing a variety of projects to take home, including your very own art portfolio!Additional Fee:$10Taught by Sara Remington
  • Hawks Camp: LEGO Engineering

    Lego Engineering(Designed for grades 1-3)Introduce your student to the wonderful world of robotics and engineering with the creative LEGO® system. Students will build several different models that feature working motors and sensors.What will your child learn in LEGO Engineering? They will learn to program their models. They will learn about simple machines like gears, pulleys, levers, and inclined planes. They will learn to measure, estimate and make educated guesses. They will test their creations and form new ideas – the key to the engineering process – build, test and revise. We will guide students through each build and help them test their creations. Once the build is complete, our teachers will present new challenges to the team where they will have to develop a solution. Students will work in teams of two. This is a perfect starter class for students that have never experienced working with LEGO robotics kits. Taught by: Megan Johnson/Mr. Wojciuk