The Community Education brochure is an excellent way to reach a wide range of customers in the Cambridge-Isanti area. The brochure is designed to catch and keep the reader’s attention and is mailed to over 16,000 homes in the school district three times a year – in August (Fall), in January (Winter/Spring) and in April (Summer).
The Community Education Advisory Council is a group of citizens from all parts of the district. Members represent cities, townships and the community at large. Members are of all ages. Their mission is to work in an advisory capacity to give advice, feedback and direction to the Community Education Department. Topics included are changing community, budget, policy decisions, program and community needs and marketing. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Advisory Council, please contact Dave Maurer, Director of Community Education, at 763-689-6220 or email Dave email@example.com.
Current Advisory Council Members: Community Representatives - Christine Andres, Aaron Berg, Kersten Conley, Jimmy Gordon, Vanessa Hanzel, Nick Izzo, Dave Maurer, Joe Morin
Youth Program Overview
C-I Community offers Drivers Education Classes to students helping them become safe and licensed drivers.
Early Childhood & Family Programs
ECFE is a public school program for all Minnesota families with children between the ages of birth and kindergarten entrance. ECFE is based on the idea that the family provides a child's first and most significant learning environment and parents/guardians are a child's first and most important teachers. Our goal in ECFE is to strengthen families and to enhance the ability of all parents/guardians to provide the best possible environment for their child's learning and growth. Cambridge-Isanti ECFE is a fun, informal place to learn with other parents/guardians and meet new friends. Children spend special time with their parents, engage in activities, and play with peers.
Swimming lessons are taught by American Red Cross Certified Staff. Children ages five years and up may participate. Each level of lessons includes training in basic water safety and helping a swimmer in distress.
Youth Enrichment & Recreation
Youth Enrichment & Recreation provide excellent opportunities for individuals in the areas of art classes, team sports, science classes, martial arts, health & safety, camps, adventuring events and other enrichment & recreation activities.
The Cambridge-Isanti ABE program provides adults with educational opportunities to acquire and improve the literacy skills needed to become self-sufficient and to participate effectively as productive workers, family members, and citizens.
This category includes classes related to health, fitness, archery, fencing, CPR and more.
Adult Special Interest
Look here for information on classes such as wine making, quilting, art, computer, cooking, financial and others.
Adults with Disabilities
The mission of the Adults with Disabilities Program is to provide quality, accessible lifelong learning opportunities for people with all types of disabilities. Look here for the current class and trip offerings.
Request to Use the Cambridge-Isanti Schools Facilities
Cambridge-Isanti Schools facilities and fields are available for use by groups and organizations. A completed facility request form must be submitted to the Cambridge-Isanti Schools Facility Use Administrative Assistant, housed in the Community Ed office, at least ten days in advance to reserve a facility or field. To request a space, click on the link below which will bring you to the online request process. There is also a link to a tutorial, which will help you through the online request process.