District 518 Community Education Fall 2020 Catalog

The District 518 Community Education Fall 2020 Catalog went into the mail this morning.

We are excited to offer many new options to all ages to enjoy.

Our activities and classes are being held with limited access for our students of all ages. Classes will be limited in size, and either be held in person or virtually for all ages.

Classes include gymnastics, archery, youth wrestling, babysitting preparation, greeting card making, fresh salsa canning, creative arts, and Aging Mastery Program.

If you have any questions or want to receive our next catalog, please contact District 518 Community Education at 507.376.6105 or contact Anne Foley at 507.372.1204 or anne.foley@isd518.net.

We look forward to seeing you in class soon!

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Worthington District 518 Community Education Enrichment Classes Open with Limited Access

Our activities and classes are opening with limited access for our students of all ages.

Classes will be limited in size, and either be held in person or virtually for all ages.

Options include: gymnastics, individual tennis lessons, archery, Dakota Players theater production, Welcome to Medicare, learning how to create and draw a comic book, and more.

Direct emails are being sent out with the class information or being posted on the District 518 Community Education Facebook page.

If you have questions or suggestions, please contact us at 507.376.6105.

We look forward to seeing you soon! 

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Music Explorers Festival 2020

Worthington District 518 is excited to offer the Music Explorers Festival (formerly the Festival of the Young Musician) again.  

The festival is held every other year in southwest Minnesota. This music festival features a guest clinician and several master teachers who work with the students throughout the day.

Students in grades 4-6 are chosen by their local school music teachers or are members of the Worthington Community Education’s Celebration Chorus.

The Music Explorers Festival will feature outstanding music teachers who will share with the students varied music activities such as percussion, folk dance, orff, ukulele, and many other options.

Vocal music is a key cornerstone and will be a major part of the experience. This is an exploratory type festival that will require little prior preparation by the teacher and students.

During the day the students will learn and experience several aspects of music and then present their accomplishments in a culminating “informance”concert at the end of the day.

Registration cost is $20 per student (non-refundable) to cover the day’s sessions, materials, snack and lunch.

Contact your music teacher and let them know of your interest in this event. Home-schooled students are also welcome to attend.

The festival will be held on Friday, March 13, 2020 at Prairie Elementary in Worthington. Partial funding is provided by Nobles County Integration Collaborative. 

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