Anoka-Hennepin Community Education Register for all community education programs, in one spot. Our registration system provides you with a family account; meaning you can register for enrichment classes for youth and adults - and pay for everything in one place! Sign in or set up your new account! ADULT ACTIVITIES AND CLASSESAnoka-Hennepin Community Education offers a wide variety of activities and classes for adults ages 18 and up, including technology, home improvement, recreation, athletics, fitness, arts, hobbies and more. ADULTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS(Project Power) Specialized classes are available for adults with special needs ages 18 and up. Educational, recreational and social activities give participants the opportunity to practice life skills to increase independence, communication, and community integration. ADVENTURES PLUS SCHOOL-AGE CAREAdventures Plus school-age care is available for all families in the Anoka-Hennepin School District and provided at each elementary school. Care is available before- and after-school and on non-school days which may include winter, spring and summer breaks. AQUATICS AND SWIMMING LESSONSCommunity Education offers a wide range of aquatic opportunities for community members of all ages, including swimming lessons, water exercise, competitive swim training, American Red Cross certification courses, and recreational open swim opportunities at Roosevelt Community Pool in Blaine. EARLY CHILDHOOD FAMILY EDUCATION (ECFE)Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) offers classes, events, playtimes, and other opportunities designed to give families information, ideas, and skills to support their child's growth and development for families with babies, toddlers, and children up to grade three. PRESCHOOLAnoka-Hennepin Community Education offers preschool classes, which prepare children for kindergarten and beyond. Our preschool curriculum is aligned with the Anoka-Hennepin Schools kindergarten curriculum. Licensed teachers monitor child progress and development throughout the school year. EARLY CHILDHOOD SCREENINGScreening is a no-cost early look at a child's development and begins as early as age three. This allows health and developmental concerns to be addressed at least one to two years before a child enters kindergarten. The state of Minnesota requires health and developmental screening for every child before kindergarten entry into a public school. YOUTH ACTIVITIES AND CLASSESCommunity Education provides a wide variety of athletic, academic and enrichment programs at individual elementary, middle and high schools to enhance your child's social, emotional and physical growth while out of school. Activities and classes are offered for children in preschool through grade eight. FACILITY USECommunity Education schedules and manages community use of all elementary and middle school buildings and athletic fields before- and after-school, and on the weekends. High school building use is managed by each specific high school. Learn more, view rates, policies and scheduling priorities.