Summer 2020 Camps/Class Update

A message to our Summer 2020 Community Education participants–youth and adult camps and classes: As Summer quickly approaches, we wanted to connect and let you know that Community Education is still planning to offer Summer 2020 classes and activities!  We are following guidelines from the State of Minnesota and CDC to ensure that we can offer safe learning opportunities for you and your family. We are working with our instructors to ensure that our camps and classes include important new health and safety procedures including the following: Smaller class sizes or classes held in larger spaces Encouraging and reinforcing social distancing Utilizing individual supplies; reducing the need for shared supplies Increased cleaning of classroom spaces before and after each class As we learn more about exactly what each class or camp looks like, we will keep you informed.  Thank you for choosing to share part of your summer with Community Education! We can’t wait to see you and your... read more

ECCS Robotics Team advances to World Competition

PrintFebruary 14, 2020  Eastern Carver County Schools Robotics Team Makes it to State for the 2nd Year and advances to World Competition St. PAUL, MN – The top 48 of 205 Minnesota High Tech Kids FIRST Tech Challenge robotics teams competed on February 7-8 in the Minnesota High Tech Kids FIRST Tech Challenge Stratasys State Championship held at Washington Technology Magnet School. Nine of those teams now have the opportunity to participate in the FIRST Tech Challenge World Championship, to be held April 29-May 2, 2020 at the TCF Center in Detroit, Michigan. “Wrench Dressing”, Minnesota FTC Team #9415 represented Eastern Carver County Schools at the state tournament, and is one of the 9 Minnesota teams advancing to the World Championship. “Wrench Dressing” is excited to represent our community at the World Championship, but FTC is about more than just success on the competition field, “What I love about this program is that it teaches us gracious professionalism not only with our own team,... read more

2-hour Late Start Monday, Jan. 28

Eastern Carver County Schools will start 2 hours late tomorrow, Monday, January 28, due to winter weather conditions.  Buses will run 2 hours later than usual. Morning Club Care is cancelled Full-day preschool will open 2 hours late at 8:30 a.m. Morning Half-day Preschool and morning E.C.F.E. are cancelled Find updates on the district’s website, www.district112.org. read more

Fall 2018 activities available for enrollment

With 30 new classes and many of the favorites returning there is something for the entire family! Take a look through the pages of the fall course offerings and enroll today. Flip through the catalog here. See something you like? Click on the course number to go to the online enrollment page. Questions? Give us a call or email: 952-556-6400 or communityed@district112.org read more

ECFE registration for Fall 2018 opens July 16

ECFE online registration will open Monday, July 16 at 8 a.m.   Enroll Here This year, registering for ECFE classes in the fall will secure your space for the entire school year (no need to re-renroll for winter/spring). At the time of registration families will pay an initial payment (which includes a registration fee) and then pay a recurring monthly payment through May 2019.  Take a look at the course schedule and register beginning Monday, July 16. We are excited to see you for another school year! 952-556-6207 brentonc@district112.org ce4all.org   read more

District sponsored events & activities cancelled Sat., April 14

All district-sponsored activities and Community Education programs scheduled for Saturday, April 14 are cancelled due to winter weather conditions. This includes the Section 2AA Speech Tournament and ACT testing, both of which were to be held at Chaska High School. Alternate plans for those events will be communicated to high school families once they are arranged. Saturday activities run by non-district groups in school buildings will be held unless the sponsors of those activities decide otherwise. Visit www.district112.org for updates. read more