Kevin Grover, about 21 hours ago
COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Available to all Minnesotans 16+
Every Minnesotan 16 years of age and older is eligible to get a shot. Not everyone will be able to get a shot on demand right away. Though we are getting more doses than ever, we are not going to get all that we need, all at once. All Minnesotans ages 16 and up are encouraged to sign up for the Vaccine Connector, to get updates on vaccination opportunities in your area and be entered into the random selection process for the state’s Community Vaccination Program sites. You can register for the Vaccine Connector in your preferred language. Use the link at the top right corner to switch to Spanish, Hmong, or Somali.
Dan McGonigle, 8 days ago
This week in Community Ed. Highlights include the expansion of Family Open Swimming. The Community Garden is now taking reservations...call the Community Education office today! Safe Sitter has two open spots for the additional class to be held in May. Once those spots are filled, there won't be another class until next school year. Call to reserve your spot now if you want to get your student Safe Sitter training prior to the summer months.view image
Dan McGonigle, 11 days ago
Because the class is so popular, we've had outstanding response to the Safe Sitter classes. The company caps the number of participants at 8 per class. The May 1 class filled up in just a few short hours. However, we have decided to hold an additional class in May. This will be the LAST class before the 2021-22 school year resumes in the fall so you must Register ASAP! Please call the Community Education office at 218-283-2571 x1186 to get your child on the list. We don't yet have a date set, but you can expect probably either May 8, 15 or 22. It will be from 9am to 4pm so if that doesn't work for your families schedule, you'll have to plan on a class in the fall. Keep in mind these are Saturday days. Again, call soon as this class WILL fill up and will be the final class of this calendar school year. Open to students 11 years of age and older.view image
Kevin Grover, 13 days ago
Falls High School will be resuming hybrid learning for grades 9-12 effective Monday, April 12th. Students should attend in-person on Monday/Tuesday or Thursday/Friday as they previously did. Students choosing full distance learning will continue in that format. Reminder that if students are in a quarantine period, they need to finish that before returning in-person to school. Extracurricular activities may resume April 10th. Preschool through grade 8 will see no change in their learning model. Questions can be directed to either building office.
Event: Falls Figure Skating Board Meeting
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Event: Regular School Board Meeting - 3rd Monday each Month
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM