Infinite Campus: Parents - Staff - Students

Community Education: Engage. Enrich. Inspire.

Mission Statement
The mission of District 518 Community Education is to engage people in lifelong learning; enrich lives through shared experiences; and inspire personal growth and community connections.

The Community Classes and Activities catalog gets mailed to area residents quarterly, but is also available online. We hope you will find a class that interests you. To sign up for a class, please call 507-376-6105.  To register online, click here.

Upcoming classes at Community Education

Now is the time to sign up for Community Education classes. 
Child & Babysitting Safety Class (grades 4-8), Sat., April 30, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm, West Learning Ctr, $40
Home Alone (grades 3 and older), Sat., May 28, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm, West Learning Ctr, $40
Word Mail Merge, Sat., April 30, 9:00 am -12:00 pm, Round Lake Community Ctr, $35
Dog Obedience, Mon., May 9-June 27, 6:00-6:45 pm, West Learning Ctr., $75
AARP Smart Driver Program,  Thurs., May 26, 12:00 - 4:00 p.m., West Learning Ctr., $17
Tae Kwon Do, Mon. & Wed., June 1-29, Worthington Middle School, $50
Voice Lessons, Tues., June 7-28 and/or July 5-26, West Learning Ctr., $16.50/half-hour lesson or $27.50/hour lesson

Sign-up in advance to ensure your place in the program.  Call 507-376-6105 to sign up and pay with a credit card, or register online at  Registrations may also be mailed to Community Education, 117 11th Ave., Worthington, MN 56187.



PASS classes concluded with Principal's Dialogue


Parents Advocating for Student Success (PASS)
District 518 offers PASS classes each year to help parents become more familiar with the local school system. Through these classes parents gain a better understanding of the importance of their involvement in their child’s educational journey. Research shows that when parents are involved in their child’s education, the child tends to have higher grades and test scores; have better attendance; and complete homework more consistently. Also youth from diverse cultural backgrounds tend to do better when parents and professionals collaborate to bridge the gap between the culture at home and in the school.