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  • AARP Smart Driver Refresher

    This 4-hour course is for those who have already completed the 8-hour Driver Safety course. Certificates will be issued to those completing the course. Bring a snack/beverage if you wish. Conducted by the AARP Driver Safety Program.
  • AARP Smart Driver Refresher

    This 4-hour course is for those who have already completed the 8-hour Driver Safety course. Certificates will be issued to those completing the course. Bring a snack/beverage if you wish. Conducted by the AARP Driver Safety Program.
  • Adult Advanced

    Work on all strokes but emphasis will be on endurance and distance swimming (great for triathlon training). Swimmers must be able to swim 500 yards (20 lengths of the pool) without stopping.
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  • Adult Intermediate: Endurance

    Swimmers work on coordination and refinement of all strokes and increase their distances. Swimmers must be able to swim 100 yards (4 lengths of the pool) without stopping.
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  • Aqua Zumba

    Ages 15 and up. Spice up your fitness routine with this low-impact, high-energy aquatic exercise class. Aqua Zumba® blends the Zumba® philosophy with water resistance for a low-impact workout that is exciting, challenging and helps tone your muscles. Ladder entry/exit only. 
  • Bar Clinic

    Ages 6-14 who have completed one gymnastics class. Coaches will work with you to elevate your current skills to build strength, form and technique in: low bar routines and combinations to kips and long hang pullovers.
  • Behind-the-Wheel Information

    Online registration is unavailable for Behind-the-Wheel.  Please call the Driver Education office at 651-744-5094 or visit our website at www.commed.spps.org/drivered for more information. Behind-the-Wheel Practice - ADULTSThis course is for adults (18 years and older) with a valid driver's permit who need additional practice driving behind-the-wheel in preparation for their license exam. Students will drive one-on-one with an instructor in a SPPS District vehicle for a 2-hour lesson.  Upon registering, students will be assigned to an instructor and their specific lesson date/time will be arranged with the instructor. Students have 6 months from the date of registration to complete their behind-the-wheel lesson. Additional hours (2-hour increments) may be purchased.Course #2505; $120 Behind-the-Wheel Practice -TEENSThis course is for teens (15-17 years old) with a valid driver's permit who have completed their state-required 6 hours of behind-the-wheel but need additional practice driving in preparation for their license exam. Students will drive one-on-one with an instructor in a SPPS District vehicle for a 2-hour lesson.  Upon registering, students will be assigned to an instructor and their specific lesson date/time will be arranged with the instructor. Students have 6 months from the date of registration to complete their behind-the-wheel lesson. Additional hours (2-hour increments) may be purchased.Course #2511; $90 Behind-the-Wheel Instruction -State-Required 6 hoursThis course is for teens (15-17 years old) who have completed the 30-hours of classroom instruction with another organization and need to complete the state-required 6-hours of behind-the-wheel lessons.  Student will need to show proof of classroom completion ("Letter of Completion") from the organization where they took the class and may also need to show their yellow card, blue card, or permit before registering.  Students have 18 months from the date of registration to complete their behind-the-wheel lessons.Course #2509; $270Note:  If you are a teen that completed the 30-hours of classroom instruction with St. Paul Public Schools Community Education, the state-required 6 hours of behind-the-wheel was included in your course fee.  To get assigned to a behind-the-wheel instructor, call the Driver Education office at 651-744-5094; have your permit number ready when you call.
  • Being Mortal

    Based on the bestselling book Being Mortal, by Dr. Atul Gawande, we'll discuss how to live a very good life in the face of our own mortality, what will matter to us in the end, as well as the roles that medicine and communication may play.  Participants are encouraged to either read the book Being Mortal by Dr. Atul Gawande, or view the PBS Frontline Special (https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/being-mortal/) prior to class, however it is not required.
  • Blacksmith Fundamentals: Bottle Openers

    Ages 18 and up.  Begin building your blacksmith skills by forging your own bottle opener! Bottle Openers are quick to make and can incorporate all basic blacksmithing processes in one compact project. End class with a celebratory bottle-opening to try out your new tool (that means a beer or soda is included!). Open to all experience levels. Wear closed toe shoes and dress in layers.   Wear clothes you can get dirty.
  • Bouquet in Bloom - Wintertime Centerpiece

    Create a wonderful, wintertime floral centerpiece to take home while learning some tips and tricks of floral design.  Bring scissors and newspaper. $20 Supply fee payable to instructor.
  • Bronze Casting

    Utilize an ancient recycled form of casting using plaster ludo investment molds to create an original small piece, or use a provided starter template for a door knocker or dinner bell. $5 per pound of finished bronze will be assessed at class and is payable to the instructor.
  • Canvas and Coffee

    Wake up and discover your inner artist! Paint along with the instructor as she guides you step by step from a blank canvas (16x20) to a finished rendition of festive glowing globes! No experience is needed, just come and have fun with bright, beautiful acrylics. Supplies and coffee included.
  • Church Basement Ladies in "You Smell Barn"

    From the basement to the barn, your beloved Church Basement Ladies are back and getting busy with life outside the kitchen. After the last of the hotdish is served, the coffee pot is emptied, and the Jello molds are put away, these steadfast, sturdy women head to their farms, peel off their good girdles, and get on with their daily chores. In between picking eggs, milking cows, and dusting knickknacks, they congregate with some of the other lovable folks who inhabit this rural community: With plenty of crazy antics, loads of fresh laughs, and spanking new original songs, YOU SMELL BARN celebrates rural life in the 1950’s.  Fee: $77, includes performance, turkey dinner, motorcoach transportation and guideTour Rating: 1 Limited mobility welcomeGuide: S.  ManseePick up Times and Sites:  10:30a Grace Lutheran Church 1730 Old Hudson Rd; 10:50a Oxford Community Center, 270 N Lexington PkwyApproximate return 4:30pmRegister by December 18th.
  • Competitive Swim Camp

    Swimmers concentrate on swimming with more ease, efficiency, and power over greater distances with an emphasis on training techniques. Work on starts, turns, streamlining, and stroke drills. Swimmers must currently be enrolled in corresponding grades and be able to swim one length of the pool without assistance or stopping.
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  • Concussion Discussion: A Comprehensive Approach to Recovery

    Concussion/Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI) has become an epidemic in our society.  If you are affected by this epidemic or are at risk, this health talk will shed light on what is happening in your body and ways to accelerate healing and improve symptoms.State of Minnesota teachers can receive 2 continuing education credits for attending this class.
  • Deep Water Exercise A-Z

    Non-impact training that offers a full range of exercise challenges (Aerobics-Zumba). Participants of all fitness levels will challenge core muscles, muscle balance, and get a total body workout.  Ladder entry/exit only.
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  • Driver Education Information

    Teen Driver Education is not available for online registration due to the necessity of parent/guardian permission to take the class. Please call the Central Community Education office at 651-744-5094 for more information or visit our website at https://www.spps.org/drivered
  • Driver Improvement Program 8-Hour

    For motorists 55 years of age and older.  Explore changes in traffic laws, the latest vehicle technology, easy-to-use defensive driving tips, traffic safety and accident prevention tips.  Completion of this course will produce a 10% decrease in your car insurance. This 8-hour course is required for first time students (4-hour refresher course is required every three years thereafter).  Certificates will be issued to those completing all 8 hours of the course.
  • Driver Improvement Program Refresher

    For motorists 55 years of age and older. Explore changes in traffic laws and traffic safety, the latest vehicle technology, and easy-to-use defensive driving and accident prevention tips. Completion of these course will produce a 10% decrease in your car insurance. Certificates will be issued to those completing the course.This 4-hour Refresher course is for those who have already completed the 8-hour Driver Safety course.
  • Driver Improvement Program Refresher

    For motorists 55 years of age and older. Explore changes in traffic laws and traffic safety, the latest vehicle technology, and easy-to-use defensive driving and accident prevention tips. Completion of these course will produce a 10% decrease in your car insurance. Certificates will be issued to those completing the course.This 4-hour Refresher course is for those who have already completed the 8-hour Driver Safety course.
  • ECFE Volunteer Opportunity

    A meaningful opportunity awaits you.  Support an Early Childhood Family Education classroom by assisting early childhood educators with activities and basic classroom instruction for children birth-5 years old. Opportunities are available Monday-Friday in the morning, afternoon and evening at ECFE sites across Saint Paul.For more information or to sign up, call the ECFE Office at 651-793-5410 or visit www.spps.org/Page/22460.
  • Extended Tour Inquiry 2018

    *Note- When you register for this course you are registering to have more information (a brochure and registration information) mailed to you; you are not registering for an actual tour. St. Paul Community Education is pleased to offer a number of extended tours for  2018/19 in cooperation with Landmark Tours. A local, family-owned tour operator, Landmark’s inclusive packages feature roundtrip airfare, quality accommodations in great locations, many enjoyable meal experiences, admission to all itinerary attractions, deluxe motorcoach transportation, and the services of a professional Tour Manager. Upcoming travel opportunities include: Tournament of Roses Parade w/Catalina Island – Dec 29, 2018 – Jan 2, 2019 and Dec 29, 2019- Jan 2, 2020 Islands of Hawaii Cruise- Jan 31- Feb 10, 2019 Costa Rica: Tropical Adventure – Mar 15- Mar 22, 2019 New Orleans: The Big Easy- Mar 24- Mar 28, 2019 New York City: The Big Apple - May 9-12, 2019 and Sept 5-8, 2019 Savannah, Charleston & Asheville- Apr 1- Apr 8, 2019 Highlights of Britain: England, Scotland, & Wales – May 9-22, 2019 Dreaming of the Rhine River Cruise from Amsterdam to Lucerne-- May 23- Jun 2, 2019 Ireland: The Emerald Isle – May 24-June 3, 2019 and Sept 29- Oct 9, 2019 Yellowstone & The Grand Tetons featuring a Wildlife Safari – June 8-14, 2019 Iceland: Land of Fire & Ice with Reykjavik, the Blue Lagoon, & the South Coast – July 29-Aug 5, 2019 Alaska Land & Sea Expedition – Aug 18- Aug 30, 2019 Discovering the Danube River Cruise from Prague to Budapest – Sept 3- Sept 13, 2019 Nova Scotia & The Maritimes with Cape Breton & Prince Edward Island – Sept 9-16, 2019 Canyonlands of the Southwest with Bryce Canyon, Lake Powell, & The Grand Canyon – Sept 26-Oct 2, 2019 New England Fall Foliage Adventure with the Berkshires & the White Mountains – Sept 29-Oct 5, 2019 and Oct 6-Oct 12, 2019 Iceland: In Search of the Northern Lights with the Golden Circle & The Southern Coast – Oct 5- Oct11, 2019 America’s Heritage: Philadelphia, Gettysburg, & Williamsburg - Oct 20-26, 2019 Heart of Europe: Germany, Switzerland, Austria & The Oberammergau Passion Play- May 25- June 5, 2020 and Sept 2- Sept 13, 2020 And more! To inquire about these tours and receive a brochure with detailed tour information, do ONE of the following: Call the C.E. Office at Harding HS at 651-744-3072 to request information be sent to you, or Click the 'Enroll Now' button on this page to register to receive information by mail, or Attend our Travel Showcase on Monday, October 1 at 1:00pm; more information at https://tce.me/gHs1Wl
  • Glasswork Fundamentals: Paperweights

    Work with an instructor at Vandalia Glassworks to design and create a solid paperweight unique to you.  The paperweight is the most fun and forgiving piece for first time glass blowers. You'll learn basic fundamentals of glasswork including gathering, coloring, shaping, and transferring the piece off the pipe.Wear closed toe shoes, clothes you can get dirty, and dress in layers as the studio can get quite warm.   Please note: You will need to return at a later date to pick up your finished paperweight.  
  • Gymnastics Mini-Camp

    Ages 5-14. Flip, tumble and twist! Build your gymnastic skills on vault, bars, beam and floor.This camp is appropriate for all skill levels.