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All announcements from October 2021 onwards can be accessed in this archive.  Please use the Search and Filter views to narrow your selection.  All dates shown relate to the original Publishing Date.

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Kids in summer craft camp
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Learn more about our swim instructors, Olivia, Tessa, and Jada, who will be teaching your children to be more comfortable in the water and the importance of safety.

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109 Edina High School students lettered in Community Service by completing at least 120 hours focusing on a particular cause or issue.

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High school students in the Options program have partnered with a Creek Valley second grade classroom to enhance the student’s learning opportunities.

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Edina Community Ed has partnered with the Edina Library and the Edina Senior Center to bring back the popular Great Decisions program to the community with in-person presentations on current events.

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The Makers Space at the Edina Community Center is a dedicated room designed for community members to teach, learn, and enjoy creative projects together.

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The Edina High School Tutor Center consists of a Writing Center and a Science and Math Center where students receive tutoring by EHS students. This year, Edina middle school students can now receive tutoring Monday evenings from 6-8pm at the Edina Public Library.

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Whether you are new to Edina or new to being a parent, the Edina Early Learning Center is where you create a lasting community of parents going through the same experiences as you.

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Fourth and fifth graders of Highlands Elementary Kids Club/WISE Guys have started a Newspaper Club to publish stories and news about what is happening at the program in their monthly newsletter.

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Third grade teacher Sara Weinberger runs the Korean Pop Culture Club for students at Countryside where she shares her Korean culture and interests.

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The Edina Elementary Cheerleading Team brought together students in grades 3-5 to learn about the sport of cheerleading and compete in the Minnesota Cheer Coaches Association State Cheerleading Competition.