Develop your academic skills, make new friends and grow your love for learning. Camp ROCKS! Academic Adventures is highly active, hands-on fun for everyone. Taught by the best Osseo Area Schools teachers, you’ll discover a new passion for reading, math, science and more. Your day includes: breakfast & lunch, daily physical education, computer and media center time, science experiments, an on-site field trip, family open house and so much more. Work directly with your school year teacher for registration materials. Students referred by a teacher do not pay a fee. Transportation is provided to and from camp for students currently enrolled in our district. Your camp location will be determined by your home or daycare address. For more information, contact Community Education at (763) 391-7223 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Experience a summer like never before! Our enrichment camps are taught by highly-qualified instructors that have a passion for arts & crafts, coding, game design, guitar, inventing, languages, piano, robotics, sewing, sports of all sorts, technology, woodworking and so much more. Choose from morning or afternoon camps for children ages 3-16 years. Join us from mid-June through the beginning of August for an unforgettable summer! For more information, contact Community Education at (763) 391-7223 or email@example.com. A full list of camps can be found here.
We partner with Academic All Star Tutoring to meet the needs of ISD 279 families. We will talk with you about your child’s academic needs, personality, learning style and interests before matching them up with a tutor. Every effort is made to provide a tutor that will work well with your child to establish an effective one-on-one relationship. Most students need to bring the materials and supplies (book, worksheets, test, quiz, etc.) to each session. The tutor can also work with materials provided by the ISD 279 Teaching and Learning Department or may bring their own instructional materials as well. We tutor directly from the district’s curriculum, so students can make grade level progress in their classes. The tutor’s role and commitment are to teach your child key concepts and to help them understand the subject content. For more information, contact Community Education at (763) 391-7223 or firstname.lastname@example.org.