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  • ADHD Tools and Techniques

    Learn tools and techniques to support those with ADHD, from preschool age to adulthood. Discuss ADHD, treatment options and how to implement potential positive results within household dynamics and schoolwork assignments. Each age group requires different interventions and support. Discover clear guiding principals of support and interventions to help individuals of all ages become successful. Meets criteria for Minnesota  teacher licensure renewal in Differentiation and is approved for 1.5 CEUs.
  • Donation to Learning

    Support a Community Education learner today!Last year, the Community Education Department provided over $51,000 in financial assistanceto assist low-income community members to participate in an array of quality Community Education enrichment programs such as college prep, career exploration, technology, swim instruction, health and wellness, theatre, language and STE(A)M courses as well as after school classes and summer sports camps. These programs provide participants with the opportunity to pursue their interests, expand their abilities and improve social skills in a fun and safe environment. Please consider providing financial assistance for youth and families to participate in these programs to engage, inspire and enrich their lives.Corporate tax-deductible donations can be made and sent to District 196 Community Education, 15180 Canada Ave, Rosemount, MN 55068. For more information, call Khia Brown, Director of Community Education at 651.423.7720.
  • Is My Child Gifted?

    … And if so, now what? Have you ever thought that your child might have have advanced abilities? Was he/she an early reader? Does he/she seem to understand things that age peers don’t? Come and join us as we explore the world of gifted education. We will define types of giftedness, analyze national and state definitions, clarify some gifted behaviors, and offer resources that can help with parenting and school decisions. Best serve families of preschoolers through grade 3.
  • What Science Can Tell You About Parenting Your Teen

    The teen years are a time of tremendous growth and change. As a parent of a teen, these years can also be a time of tumultuous relationships, raging hormones, risky behavior and conflict. It doesn’t have to be so difficult! There is an explosion of research on how the brain works and specifically how the adolescent brain is changing. Find out what science says about what is going on with your teen and how you can use that knowledge to reduce the angst and increase the joy!Meets criteria for Minnesota teacher licensure renewal in Positive Behavior and is approved for 1.5 CEUs