Youth Community Education 

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WELCOME to Bertha-Hewitt Community Education classes for youth! ISD 786 Community Education gives youth an opportunity to continue to learn and grow outside of school. Participants will enjoy the opportunity to explore learning in ways that best suit their interests and abilities. Our programs are designed to introduce activities in a fun, positive environment.

If you have any class ideas or need more information about a class, please don't hesitate to call Dana Cantleberry, Community Education Coordinator, at (218) 924-3278 or by email at: bhcommunityed@isd786.org. We look forward to hearing from you!

UPCOMING CLASSES & trips

 

 

Summer Rec and Summer School 

Monday, June 6 to Thursday, July 14

Summer Rec is just around the corner for kids entering grades K-8 this fall! We are offering Summer Rec T-ball (kindergarten), toss ball (grades 1-2), and traveling baseball and softball (for grades 3-8). We are also offering summer school enrichment classes. 

 

 

 

MN Twins charter bus trip  - in memory of Gail Maynard-Kelm - 

Thursday, June 23

Join us for a charter bus trip to see the Minnesota Twins take on the Cleveland Guardians on Thursday, June 23 at Target Field. Game time is 12:10 p.m. Left Field seats - Section 233 and 234. Cost: $25 (includes transportation and ticket only).

Charter buses will leave at 7:45 a.m. from Bertha-Hewitt School’s 2000 Gym parking lot and return around 7:30 p.m. Open to youth and adults; youth must be accompanied by an adult. Deadline to register is June 15. Must have fees paid to secure your seat. Questions, call the school at (218) 924-2500. 

Registration forms available in the school office or CLICK HERE to download Registration Form. 

More about Gail Kelm-Maynard: Gail was a special education teacher in Bertha Hewitt School for 28 years. She beat cancer twice but not the third time, passing away at the age of 59 on March 18, 2022. She grew up being an avid MN Twins baseball fan and was known as “Harmon” by family and friends. Kids and baseball were everything to her. She was a firm believer that every kid should have the opportunity to rise to the top. This trip is in memory of Gail and to give all kids an opportunity to see the Twins play at Target Field! Just so happens, June 23rd was Gail’s birthday!

 

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