Welcome to Blackduck Public Schools Community Education 2021-2022. As we work to bring new classes and activities to the community, we hope that you will find something of interest for you and your family. This year we are implementing an online registration that will help in the ease of registration. We are currently unable to process payment online but hope to implement that soon as well. Payments may be made either by check or cash, and may dropped off at school offices or mailed to: Blackduck Public School Attn: Community Ed. PO Box 550 Blackduck, MN 56630 Please make sure the participant's name and the class that the payment is for, is clearly written.
Instructors are needed! Do you have an idea for a possible class? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Blackduck Community Education is accepting registrations for the 3 Year Old Program and Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) for the 2021-2022 school year. Please contact the Elementary Office at 835-5300 or email here to get registration information or for questions.
Community Education Information
Community Education is an opportunity for local citizens and community schools, agencies and institutions to become active partners in addressing education and community concerns. Community Education brings community members together to identify and link community needs and resources in a manner that helps people to help themselves raise the quality of life in their communities.
Community Education is a unique education concept that embraces these beliefs:
Education is a lifelong process;
Everyone in the community - individuals, businesses, public and private agencies -- shares responsibility for the mission of educating all members of the community;
and Citizens have a right and a responsibility to be involved in determining community needs, identifying community resources, and linking those needs and resources to improve their community.
Community Education results in:
A responsive education system and an improved learning climate in the schools;
Efficient and cost-effective ways of delivering education and community services;
Broad-based community support for schools and other community agencies;
An emphasis on special populations, such as at-risk youth and minorities;
and Collective action among all educational and community agencies to address quality of life issues.
Working together - through Community Education - Communities can address such concerns as: child care and extended day care programs; substance abuse; senior citizen services; student achievement/school effectiveness; community pride/support for schools; unemployment/underemployment; literacy/diploma and degree completion; community economic development; and many other community ideas.