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Middle School Boys and Girls Flag Football

2:45-4:15 p.m., Monday-Thursday, Sept. 15-Oct. 27, Grades 6-8

Learn the fundamentals of football in a safe environment after school. One to two teams will be formed per middle school. Teams will play a schedule against other SoWashCo middle school teams. Students will receive a shirt/jersey.



Advantage ACT Prep Course Fall

In-person, virtual or self-paced online options available, see website for more information.

Improve test-taking skills and overall scores on the college entrance exams. Three different course formats allow students to choose the one that best suits their learning styles and personal circumstances. Students are also able to make up any classes they miss, and all courses may be repeated online at no additional charge.  Class materials are included in the tuition.



Documentary and Discussion Series – KARE 11 Original “Love Them First”

3:15-5:15 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 21, Age 50+, $0

Join us for the first movie in our thought-provoking documentary and discussion series, KARE 11 original: Love Them First - Lessons from Lucy Laney Elementary. The film follows the determination of a charismatic north Minneapolis elementary school principal, Mauri Friestleben, as she sets out to undo history. But when the school encounters a heartbreaking setback, Friestleben confronts the true measure of student success. Register online or call 651-425-6650.