Central Public Community Education understands that our services and programs are needed during these uncharted times. We have received and heard your request for continued programs. We are planning to meet community needs by offering some summer programs while following guidelines from Minnesota Department Health and the Minnesota Department of Education.

We will be designing our childcare, enrichment classes and recreational opportunities to meet the new health and safety guidelines. This will include the following and maybe updated and changed as new guidelines are developed.

*Health Screening for all staff and students.

*Students will be dropped at the front door and parents not allowed into the classroom areas.

*Smaller classes, with a total of 10 per site.

*When feasible, activities will be held outside or in large spaces.

*Possible on-line classes.

*Individual supplies, reducing need for sharing materials. (example, one basketball per person)

*Increased cleaning of classroom prior to and after classes.

*Social distancing procedures will be followed.

As new activity and classes are set up they will be updated on this page, under flyers on the Community Education website, and also on our registration site at www.dist108ce.com. Please check back daily for program offerings and updates.

Kids Co. Childcare: Opening June 3rd 6am – 6pm Fee: $24/day

Kids co. childcare is open to all families in need of care in order to go to work. Workers in Tier one and two will be given preference to care if the program fills. We are limited in space this year due to the 10 people per space regulation and may have to turn families away if we do not have the space or staff to meet these guidelines. All children will need to pass a health screening each day to attend.

Youth Recreational Opportunities:

#1113SA Sports Performance Camp: Speed and agility: Minimum = 8: maximum = 9: participants/section

High School Athletes (gr. 10-12, male and female)

Focus: maximize athletic performance through fundamental strength training and speed & agility

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, June 15 – Aug 5th (No camps week of July 4 – 10)

High school weight room and track

Group times:

Section A: 7:00 – 8:00am

Section B: 7:30 – 8:30am

Section C: 8:00 – 9:00am

Cost: $140 per person

Middle School Athletes (gr. 7-9)

Focus: maximize athletic performance through fundamental strength training and speed & agility

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, June 15 – Aug 5th (No camps week of July 4 – 10)

High school weight room and track

Group times:

Section A: 9:30 – 10:30am

Section B: 10:00 – 11:00am

Section C: 10:30 – 11:30am

Cost: $140 per person

# 6666 5 Day Basketball Camp

Going into Grades 3—8 Kyle Evenski and Jacob Schrupp

Camp will help students develop their offensive and defensive skills all in a skills development setting. There will be no games, just skills development instruction will take place. Fee includes a t-shirt. Please note each section is limited to 18 players to maximize their experience and coaching time. Please note the brochure advertised an option for grades 1 & 2 which we have taken out due to COVID-19 and what we are able to do with students. Students should bring a water bottle each day.

5 sessions Mon—Fri., June 15 –19 CHS, Gyms Sect. A: Grades 3 & 4 9 – 10 am Sect. B: Grades 5 & 6 10:30 am – 12 noon Sect. C: Grades 7 & 8 12:30—2 pm Fee: $40/Player/section

# 2330 Intro to Sports Camp

Going into Grades 1-6 Kyle Evenski and Jacob Schrupp

Each day we will introduce/play one or two sports, focusing on sportsmanship and knowledge. We will be playing sports which require no contact with other students or shared equipment. Fee includes a t-shirt. Students should bring a water bottle each day.

5 sessions Mon.—Fri., July 20—24 Sect. A: Grades 1 & 2 10:15 – 11:15 am Sect. B: Grades 3 & 4 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Section C: Grades 5 & 6 1 – 2 pm Will Meet by the Bus Garage Ball Field Fee: $35

#5124TF Introduction to Track and Field Camp

Going into Grades 1-8 Jacob Schrupp and Tim Willems

Designed to provide an overview and introduction to all aspects of track and field including training for the events, rules of the sport, and competitive strategies. Camp will work on distance events, jumping events, throwing events, sprint and relays. Participants will learn how track and field can prepare them for a future in track and also in other sports. Fee includes a T-shirt. Students should bring a water bottle each day.

5 sessions Mon.—Fri., Aug 10—14 Sect. A: Grades 6—8 8:30—9:30 am Sect. B: Grades 3—5 10 —11 am Section C: Grades 1 & 2 11:30 am—12:30 pm CHS, Track Fee: $35

#2529 Summer Baseball Clinic

Grades Going into 3rd—8th

Coach Kyle Evenski

There is never enough time during team practices to work on enough skill development. Coaches will help these athletes better their baseball skills by working on correct techniques of hitting, fielding, base running, and pitching. This is a great opportunity to improve your baseball skills while having fun with your friends this summer. This will be a skills development camp along with some one-on-one time with each athlete. No games will be played.

4 Sessions Thurs., June 25—July 16

Section A: Grades 3—5 9:30 am – 10:45 am Section B: Grades 6—8 11 am – 12:15 pm

Elem. Ball Fields

Fee: $25

Youth Enrichment Classes:

LOCAL PARK PROGRAMS All parks run from: 9—11 am

Preschool—Children 4 & 5 years oldSchool Age—Children 5—10 years old

The local park program is held for a one-week session, Monday—Thursday. The programs are held at the NYA Park (by the swimming pool), Hamburg Park and the Lions Park in Cologne. If you are participating in the program where you live the program is free, otherwise the cost is $10.00 per child. The program is funded by the City of NYA, the City of Cologne, and the city of Hamburg. Youth will participate in crafts, neighborhood games, learn about different cultures, work on ball skills, soccer, and much, much more! Each camp limited to 9 students. Bring a water bottle each day.

Hamburg City Park:—#2400S20A

Mon.—Thurs., June 15—18 Registration needed by June 10

No cost to Hamburg residents-$10 for non-Hamburg residents.

Cologne City Park:—#2400S20B

Mon.—Thurs., July 13—16 Registration needed by July 3

No cost to Cologne residents-$10 for non-Cologne residents.

NYA Park: (pool)—#2400S20C

Mon.—Thurs., Aug. 3—6 Registration needed by July 28

No cost to NYA residents-$10 for non-NYA residents.

Adult Programs:

55 alive classes have been cancelled until August. Next class Thurs. Aug 6 5:30 – 9:30 pm


  • #2528 Elementary Football Camp
  • #2526 High School Football Camp
  • #2326 Middle School Football Camp
  • 2317 Volleyball Camps
  • 2535 Baylor Adventure Camp
  • Most enrichment classes


  • #5124 Running Club
  • Music in the Park: Cancelled for the summer of 2020. Please join us for the same line up in 2021.
  • #2468 Flag/Two Hand Touch Football
  • Bike Rodeo – June 6
  • #2527 Tennis Camp
  • #2529SB Summer Softball Clinic
  • 2525Y Nature Nuts
  • 50071 Abrakadoodle I Love Art Camp
  • 50073 Abrakadoodle – Dare to Draw Class
  • 50072 Abrakadoodle – Slime and Goo Class