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See what’s inside... Adult & Youth Enrichment.............................2 McKinley Early Childhood Center................ 10 Kids World..................................................... 15

Adult Basic Education................................... 17 Driver Education............................................ 18 Project ABLE............................................... 20 2013-14 School Calendar...Inside Back Cover


CONTACT INFORMATION District Office .............................................................................................2800 1st Ave NW, Faribault MN 55021

General Information............................................................................................................................................................... 333-6000 Emergency School Information............................................................................................................................................. 333-6057 Superintendent........................................................................................................................................................................ 333-6010 Teaching and Learning.......................................................................................................................................................... 333-6010 Special Education................................................................................................................................................................... 333-6004 Personnel.................................................................................................................................................................................. 333-6013 Business Office......................................................................................................................................................................... 333-6019 Community Education............................................................................................................................................................ 333-6011 Facilities.................................................................................................................................................................................... 333-6017

Faribault High School............................................................................................................ 330 9th Ave SW General Information............................................................................................................................................................... 333-6100 Reporting an Absence........................................................................................................................................................... 333-6102 High School Events Hotline..................................................................................................................................................... 333-6109 Counselor’s Office................................................................................................................................................................... 333-6200 Activities Office....................................................................................................................................................................... 333-6210

Faribault Middle School.......................................................................................................... 704 17th St SW General Information............................................................................................................................................................... 333-6300 Reporting an Absence........................................................................................................................................................... 333-6302

Jefferson Elementary............................................................................................................. 922 Home Place General Information .............................................................................................................................................................. 333-6500 Reporting an Absence........................................................................................................................................................... 333-6501 Kids World................................................................................................................................................................................ 333-6563

Lincoln Elementary..................................................................................................................510 Lincoln Ave General Information .............................................................................................................................................................. 333-6600 Reporting an Absence........................................................................................................................................................... 333-6601 Kids World................................................................................................................................................................................ 333-6680

Roosevelt Elementary................................................................................................................ 925 Parshall St General Information............................................................................................................................................................... 333-6700 Reporting an Absence........................................................................................................................................................... 333-6701 Kids World................................................................................................................................................................................ 333-6770

Area Learning Center............................................................................................................ 2855 1st Ave NW General Information............................................................................................................................................................... 333-6187

McKinley Early Childhood Center...................................................................................... 930 4th Ave NW General Information............................................................................................................................................................... 333-6460

Cannon River Education Center......................................................................................... 128 8th Ave NW General Information............................................................................................................................................................... 333-6480

Adult Basic Education................................................................................................. 201 Lyndale Ave South General Information............................................................................................................................................................... 333-6472

Project ABLE....................................................................................................................... 201 Lyndale Ave South General Information............................................................................................................................................................... 333-6081 Or visit:

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Adult & Youth Enrichment.............. 2 McKinley Early Childhood Center......................... 10 Kids World...................................... 15

Community Education

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Register: or get more information

Adult Basic Education.................. 17 Driver Education........................... 18 Project ABLE.................................. 20

faribault.thatscommunityed.com

2013-14 School Calendar............Inside Back Cover

Community Ed NEEDS YOU...

TO TEACH A CLASS!

507-333-6011 2800 1st Ave NW, Suite 1 Faribault, MN 55021

Share your Interests, Talents or Hobbies with your neighbors by teaching a class through Community Education.

Contact the Community Education Office at 507-333-6017 or beckie_lippert@faribault.k12.mn.us

(507) 333-6050

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C o m m u n i t y E d u cat i on Basic String Beading Necklace or Bracelet Learn the basics of the basic string beading technique to make a necklace or bracelet. All materials are included in class fee.

Rebecca Lippert Enrichment & Facilities Coordinator 2800 1st Ave NW, Faribault, MN 55021

Instructor: Mary Tonjum February 11th Faribault High School

Phone: 507-333-6017

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6-8:30 pm D108 Cost: $34

Fax: 507-333-6050

Wire Wrapping Flatware Serving Spoon & Fork Spruce up your boring serving dishes with a beaded wire wrapped serving set. Come and learn how to wire wrap your serving utensils to bedazzle your event. All materials are included in the class fee.

Email: beckie_lippert@faribault.k12.mn.us School Website: www.faribault.k12.mn.us To Register: www.faribault.thatscommunityed.com

Arts & Crafts Instructor: Mary Tonjum March 6th Faribault High School

6-8:30 pm D108

Cost: $36

Stained Glass Whether a beginner or experienced in stained glass, hands on instruction makes this class perfect for all abilities. Beginners build a stained glass panel but experienced artisans can build a more advanced panel, jewelry box, or lamp shade. Glass and a few necessary supplies totaling $30 to $35 are required in addition to the course fee. Instructor: Jim Pichner Tuesdays 6 Sessions March 25th, April 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th 6:30-8:30 pm Faribault High School D117

Cost: $68

Beaded Wine Glass Charms (Set of 6) Customize your own set of wine glass charms. Supplies included in class fee. Instructor: Mary Tonjum Feb 5th Faribault High School

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6:30 – 8:30pm D108 Cost: $33

Charm Necklace Make your own charm necklace. Choose from the antique look, copper or silver with sparkles. This class allows your personality to shine through. All materials included in class fee. Instructor: Mary Tonjum March 27th Faribault High School

6-8:30 pm D108

Cost: $34 Register either online at faribault.thatscommunityed.com or by using the Community Education Registration Form at the back of this catalog.

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Lego Design 1 Appropriate for students in grades 1-3 Are you crazy for Lego’s? Then don’t miss this opportunity to build a race car, crane, catapult, carousel, drawbridge and more! You’ll be working with levers, pulleys and gears. Materials used are from the Lego Educational Division. While building, students are expanding their knowledge of science of math and learning how simple machines work. This is a sure hit with any Lego fan. Cost includes a Lego kit for you to take home! Snack provided. Please bring a bag lunch. This course is offered twice.

Extreme ElectroniX (Grades 1st-4th) 4 weeks of electronic fun! Build a siren, a fan, a doorbell and many other electric circuits. Students will build 20-30 electronics projects over the course of the session. Use those projects to explore basic aspects of electricity, including measuring ohms, amps, voltage, open and closed circuits and more. Safety is our first rule. We will only use DC current (batteries). No AC currents (electric outlets) will be used. Amp up your after school time! Sign up today! Please visit our website at www.youthenrichmentleague.com for more details.

Instructor: Sheila Rahn January 20th & 21st or March 17th & 18th 8:30 am -2:30 pm Faribault High School D108 Cost: $75

Lego Design 2 Appropriate for students in grades 4-7 Get your motor running! In this class you’ll be building vehicles and Battlebots out of Lego materials. While building your race car you’ll learn about how wheels, axles, levers and gears work together to make vehicles move. Is your car the fastest? Hook up a motor and battery and put it to the test. You’ll also work in a team to build a Battlebot. Learn about torque, tension, force, friction and compound gearing to build a champion Battlebot to compete in the battle ring. Bring your imagination and your competitive spirit, this class is high speed fun! Cost includes a Lego kit for you to take home! Snack provided. Please bring a bag lunch. This course is offered twice. Instructor: Sheila Rahn January 20th & 21st or March 17th & 18th 8:30 am -2:30 pm Faribault High School

D108 Cost: $75

Tuesdays Roosevelt Elementary

January 21, 28, February 4, 11 3:15-4:15pm Cost: $45

Grandmasters of Chess (Grades K-5) Join this “sport of the mind” and be part of your school’s chess club. YEL Chess has proven excellence in dozens of schools. We have 50+ chess lessons for all levels, hundreds of puzzles for all levels and our teachers are among the best in Minnesota. Our lessons are crafted by the best chess minds in Minnesota. The lessons progress from rudimentary concepts through higher-level theories. Our activity books are formatted to be accessible to beginners, yet challenge intermediate and advanced students to apply deeper understanding of chess concepts. Develop your mind and your chess mettle! Create a checkmate today! For a more thorough explanation of YEL Chess, please visit our website, www.youthenrichmentleague.com. Chess-6 Weeks Mondays January 27, February 3, 10 24, March 3, 10 Lincoln Elementary

3:15-4:15pm

Tuesdays 3:15-4:15pm February 18, 25, March 4, 11, 25, April 1 Jefferson Elementary Mondays 3:15-4:15pm March 31, April 7, 14, 21, 28, May 5 Lincoln Elementary Tuesdays April 8, 15, 22, 29, May 6, 13 Jefferson Elementary

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Faribault Public Schools Magic for Beginners Grade 4-8 If you ever wanted to learn how to do magic tricks, here’s your chance to learn from a professional magician. There’s something for everyone! And the cool thing…this type of learning is fun! The class is designed to provide the skills and knowledge necessary to perform basic magic tricks. The class combines instructor presentation, step-by-step explanation, handson instruction, group practice sessions and individual performance. This class can provide you with the skills you need to surprise your friends with your magic skills or develop your own magical routines. All you need for the class is a deck of cards, something to carry your tricks, and a smile. This class is offered twice. Instructor: Jack Stouten Jefferson Elementary – February 10 & 11 OR Roosevelt Elementary – April 14 & 15 3:15 – 5:15 pm

Community Education Watch Me Draw! “Spring Art Sampler” We will create 2 and 3 dimensional spring themed projects with drawing, clay, and acrylics! Create a special “Ice Cream treat” project using a combination of clay and acrylics! Use pastels, paints, glitter and jewels as we create spring animals and scenes. This session provides a chance to work on a variety of skills, explore different techniques and mediums, create a work of art from start to finish and have a blast making the coolest art around....YOURS! Wednesdays 3:15-4:15pm Mar 5, 26 April 2, 16, 23

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Thursdays 3:15-4:15pm Mar 13, 27 April 3, 10, 17 Jefferson Fridays 3:15-4:15pm Mar 14, 28, April 4, 11, 25 Roosevelt Cost:$68

Cost: $30

Watch Me Draw! “Warm & Cozy Art Sampler” Learn the tricks, tips and secrets that artists use to create their masterpieces. You too are an artist and each week will bring home your own masterpiece! Drawing is an easy to learn skill that ANYONE can master! These are FUN classes designed to help you gain solid drawing and coloring skills that will stay with you for a lifetime. In our “Warm & Cozy Art Sampler“, we will create adorable scenes of people and animals that cuddle, burrow and huddle to stay warm and cozy in winter! Also a very special CLAY project will be part of the fun!

Discovery Kids! Open Studio Grades K-5 Let loose, get messy and have a blast choosing your own art project from a buffet of cool “tools of mass Wednesday 3:15-4:15pm creativity.” Transform inspiring materials into amazing Jan 29-Feb 26 Lincoln masterpieces! Each week we will start with a core Thursday 3:15-4:15pm medium such as clay, paint, collage or drawing and Jan 23,30, Feb 20,27 March 6 Jefferson let you take it from there, choosing your own additions Friday 3:15-4:15pm and creating personalized art from start to finish! Jan 24,31, Feb 7,21,28

Roosevelt Cost: $68

Register either online at faribault.thatscommunityed.com or by using the Community Education Registration Form at the back of this catalog.

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Wednesdays April 30th, May 14, 21 Thursdays May 8th-May 22

3:15-4:15 pm Lincoln 3:15-4:15pm Jefferson

Friday May 9th-May 23

3:15-4:15pm Roosevelt Cost: $39

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Faribault Public Schools Drama Kids Out and About with Drama Kids Pack your bags and explore the world and drama while you develop theater skills and learn to improvise scenes. Students learn to use their voice and body to tell stories and communicate for fun. They gain confidence in a safe environment and focus on fun and learning without the pressure of auditions and memorizing scripts. All materials provided. Tuesdays January 14, 28 February 4, 11, 18

3:15-4:15 pm Lincoln

Wednesdays January 15, 22, 29, February 5, 12, 19

3:15-4:15pm Jefferson

Community Education Chef Brian Niner is back! Chef Brian is a 2010 graduate of Le Cordon Bleu, Executive Chef of the American Legion, and a member of the James Beard Foundation. Chef Luis is a 2010 graduate of Cordon Bleu School of Culinary Arts. His experience has taken him from West Palm Beach, FL to San Antonio, TX. Working with the art of Fusion to Italian Cuisine.

Desserts Chef Brian will show you how easy it is to prepare eloquent, but simple desserts like Crème Brulee with Thursdays 3:15-4:15pm different flavors and the simple but well like Eclairs January 16,23, 30, February 6, 13, 20 Roosevelt and topping it with genoche. This course is offered Cost: $69 twice. Drama Kids present Storyland Idol January 22nd OR April 24th 6:30-8:30pm Previous Drama Kids students put their skills to work in Faribault High School FACS Room a hilarious spin off of the popular TV show “American Cost: $34 Idol” where 3 unknown storybook characters audition to get their big break and become stars in this magical land. Jack and the Beanstalk, Little Miss Muffett and Mexican Cuisine many other Storyland stars help with the audition in front In this culinary class, Chef Luis Cisneros will challenge of our 3 celebrity judges. But in the end, the decision your palate with wonderful Mexican Cuisine. You may ultimately rest in the hands of the audience. Help will be taught how to make soft and flavorful tortilla’s us decide who will be the next Storyland Idol! Parents/ rolled by hand, and made from his mother’s own friends are invited to attend the final class presentation. recipe. You will also learn how to make Enchilida’s Mondays 3:15-4:45pm made with his own signature recipe with Mexican March 3, 10, 24, 3 April 7, 14, 21, 28 Rice. This course is offered twice. Roosevelt Elementary

Cost: $129

Culinary Arts Cake Decorating with Fondant Learn to make your own fondant that actually tastes good! We will also learn how to cover a cake, different coloring techniques, use sculpting tools for figures–then take home your own covered cake! Participants should bring a small (5-8”) one layer round cake (nothing too spongy). Recipe handouts given. Fondant Rolling pin and spatula required. Fondant rolling pins and coloring gels are available for purchase in class or fondant rolling pins are also available at Wal-Mart. This Class is offered twice.

January 16th OR March 13th Faribault High School

6:30-8:30pm FACS Room Cost: $32

Butchery and Knife Skills 101 Chef Luis will teach your 3 different types of knife skills: Small dice, Julienne and Chiffenade. Along with these skills, he will also show you how to properly clean a pork tenderloin and prepare and small meal using your new knife skills and properly cleaned pork tenderloin. This course is offered twice. January 30 OR February 27 Faribault High School

6:30-8:30pm FACS Room Cost: $34

Instructor: Kristi Wampler Wednesday, April 9th 6:30-8:00pm OR Saturday, March 15th 10:00-11:30 pm Faribault High School

FACS Room Cost: $35

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Thai Cuisine Here, Chef Brian will take you on a Thai food cruise. You will be taught how easy it is to prepare this wonderful cuisine for 1 or 101. You will learn how to make Thai Spring Rolls with dipping sauce and Bangkok Pad Thai. This course is offered twice.

Faribault’s own Chef Jimmy is offering to share his culinary talents. Come and see for yourself, what is the rave all about! Make some new friends while learn amazing culinary techniques to bring home to your family’s dinner table.

February 20 OR April 10 Faribault High School

6:30-8:30pm FACS Room Cost: $32

Basic Ultra-Thin Crust Pizza In this hands-on class we’ll start at the beginning. I’ll teach you how to make ultra-thin pizza crusts from scratch. Then we’ll make a basic red sauce and a delicious white sauce (one ingredient will surprise you). Next, we’ll assemble and bake a few pizzas. You’ll see how easy it is to mix and match sauces and toppings. Finally, we’ll partake of our creations and reflect back on what we’ve learned. If you love thin crust pizza this class is for you and friends. This course is offered twice. February 4th OR March 6th

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Dinner in a pinch! Does dinner have you stressed and running through the nearest drive through? I will teach you time and money saving techniques to get dinner on the table! Learn to crock, batch cook and freeze meals. Together we will develop your own meal plan to get dinner back under control! This course is offered twice. Instructor: Jennifer Miller January 22nd OR March 5th Faribault High School

6:30-8:30 PM D117/Computer Lab Cost: $18

Cost: $32

Artisan Bread Baking If the smell and taste of freshly baked bread makes your heart race then this class is for you. We will make Roasted Garlic Potato, European Peasant breads and more. We end the class by breaking bread together over a cheeseboard featuring our just baked bread. Please bring a 5-6 quart plastic bowl with lid; you will take with you enough dough to you make to bake 3 loaves of bread at home. This course is offered twice. February 26 OR March 25 Faribault High School

6:30-8:00 FHS FACS Room

Cost: $36

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Healthy Living National Taekwondo Institute’s Adam Martinez, a first degree black belt will be offering classes for kids and a women’s self defense class. Taekwondo for Kids-- Grades K-8th What are the benefits of Taekwondo for children? Quite simply—Tons! Physical Fitness, weight control, increased concentration span, self-esteem, learning respect for other, activity to allow them to let off steam. And all while HAVING Fun!! These classes are designed to give children self-confidence, respect, discipline and patience. Children will gain strength, flexibility and coordination. Learn simple Taekwondo techniques: punching, kicking, blocking, breaking boards and balance. This course will be offered twice. Wednesdays 8 sessions January 8, 15, 22, 29, February 5, 12, 19 and 26 OR/AND March 26, April 2, 16,23,30 May 14 & 21 3:15-4:10pm Jefferson Elementary Gymnasium Cost: $56

Women’s Self Defense Class, Ages 13 and up This class is designed to instruct women in self-defense and safety awareness. Self-defense and self-protection should be important priorities for women. When your safety is in danger, defending yourself by fighting back is sometimes the only option. Learn techniques to defend yourself against a would-be attacker. Classes will work on standing strikes, standing grabs, and ground fighting based on multiple types of attacks. We will also emphasize safety awareness. This empowerment training is also quite efficient as well as powerful: a good course can teach women to render their would-be assailant unconscious. Monday Evenings 8-week sessions Session #1 January 6, 13, 20, 27, February 3, 10, 17, & 24 Session #2 March 10, 17, 24, 31, April 7, 14, 21 & 28 6:15 – 7:00 pm NTI Faribault 220 Central Ave. Suite 200 Faribault, MN Cost: $56

Instructor Scott Grundmeyer has been practicing Tai Chi for 19 years. Tai Chi Learn the basic movements of Tai Chi in this 10 week class. Studies have shown Tai Chi to improve balance and flexibility. This gentle exercise is suitable for people of all physical abilities.

Community Education Jenni Roney, RYT-200 is a Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher. She completed her training at HeartWork Studio in 2012. She currently teaches Advanced Beginning, Slow Flow, Relaxation, and Kids yoga classes at HeartWork, and has also taught yoga at The Y and Snap Fitness. Adult Yoga Stretch, strengthen and breathe your way to improved health and wellness! Yoga will improve your flexibility and muscle tone while relieving stress. No experience is necessary: the instructor offers modifications of each posture so you can adopt the poses to fit your needs. Come and see what difference yoga can make in your physical and mental well-being! January 13, 20, 27, February 3, 10, 17 Lincoln Elementary

5:00-6:00 pm Cost: $38

Personal/Professional Growth Do You Need to go on a Financial Diet? Common cents! This series will provide a general overview of the financial planning process and will explore a personal/family budget, as well as, all the considerations that go into its creation and successful implementation. 6 Sessions. Instructor: Joe Dragich January 27 February 3, 10, 24 March 3, 10 6:00-8:00pm Faribault High School

D108 Cost: $35

Apple iPad: the Basics Come and learn how to enhance your iPad experience with this beginner course. We will cover topics related to hardware, accessories, lock screen, settings and a few of iPad’s core applications. We will then discover how to expand the functionality of your device by using the App Store. Bring your iPad or iPad Mini to class with you, along with your charging cable and any questions you would like to have answered. This course is two sessions long. January 15 & February 12 Faribault High School

6:00-7:30pm D117 Cost: $19

Schedule times vary and will be announced 5:00-6:00pm Jefferson Elementary Gym Cost: $60 Please contact Community Education for more information.

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Faribault Public Schools Intro to DSLR cameras Class instruction and outdoor shooting application for basic camera use with your DIGITAL SLR. Students need NO previous experience with their cameras. This class will focus on helping you gain the basic understanding on HOW TO use your digital SLR cameras. Class one will be only class time training. While class two will include a session outdoors to test out our newly found knowledge! During class two, you will head outdoors (weather permitting) to choose subjects of interest, composition and different perspectives to shoot the subject and experiment with different manual and automatic settings. There will be an opportunity, if you wish to stay, to review and discuss your photos. Please bring a digital single-lens reflex camera w/lens (or other), a fully charged battery, clean memory card, AND your PASSION to fill a family album with great shots!! Instructor: Naomi Jirele April 5th & 12th

6-8pm Faribault Middle School Cost: $39

Dr. Robert Elrich, D.C. Graduated from Northwestern Health Sciences University with a Doctorate in Chiropratic & a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology. He is currently pursuing a masters in nutrition. “I have a love for nutrition and comprehensive understanding of medical conditions.�-Dr. Robert Elrich, D.C.

Food Sensitivities This course will help you understand the symptoms and causes of food sensitivities and intolerances. Fatigue, weight gain and recurrent illness are just a few symptoms associated with food sensitivities. Learn about tests and dietary changes that can improve your health. This course is offered twice. January 14 & 2 January 23 & 31 Faribault High School

6:00-7:30pm OR 6:30-8:00 pm D108 Cost: $15

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Community Education Advantage Educational programs ACT and SAT/PSAT Preparatory Courses These 12 hr. courses meet for 3 hours, once a week for 4 weeks. These courses are designed for students who wish to improve their test taking skills and improve their overall test scores on the college entrance exams. The advantage course provides an introduction to the ACT and SAT/PSAT and strategies for answering questions, as well as instruction and review for the specific subject areas. Strategies for the written essay are also covered. ACT Prep Saturdays SAT/PSAT Prep

February 15-March 8 April 19 May 3-17 Cost: $120 for each course

February is American Heart Month. Optimizing Heart Health February is American Heart Month. Learn dietary and lifestyle changes that can help prevent heart disease. We will also discuss some new lab tests to determine if you are at risk. This course is offered twice. February 11 February 20 Faribault High School

6:00-7:00 pm OR 6:30-8:00 pm D108 Cost: $15

Crazy Coupons-101 Crazy for coupons!!! Do you want to learn how to save $$$? Join me for Couponing 101. The class is filled with essential information on how to lower your grocery bill using coupons. You can save 50-90% and even shop for free! I will give you all the tools necessary to start saving money today. You will learn to shop smarter at many if our local stores. Optional: coupon binders will be available at the class for an extra charge, so you can get started. This course is offered twice. Instructor: Jennifer Miller January 28th OR March 11th Faribault High School

6:30-8:30pm D117/Computer Lab

Cost: $18

Resume Workshop: Professional Presentation Whether you want to improve, polish, update or starting from scratch, come get tips on making an impact on employers. Participants should bring a printed listing of their work experience or the most recent version of their resume. This course is offered twice. Saturday, February 22nd 1 Wednesday, March 5 Faribault High School

10:00-11:30am OR 6:30-8:30pm D108

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Parenting Teens and Pre-Teens: Sustaining your Relationship with your Teen Sustaining your relationship with your Teen: Staying connected and authentic with your teen or pre-teen can be very challenging. This course will review strategies to stay connected when adolescents or the parents create an expectation of separation. This course will also look at the teen brain, gaming and technology and giving appropriate discipline, and chemical use. Time will be given for discussion.

Craigslist & eBay: Get more for your Stuff! Trying to find a buyer for something but want a bigger audience? Come learn how to post a listing and how to make it effective and attract more attention. Bring an item in and we will create a listing!

Instructor: Eric Lundin February 25th Faribault High School

7:00-9:00pm Performing Arts Center Cost: $30

The Last Keeper at Split Rock Mike Roberts Mike Roberts turned off the light at the Split Rock Lighthouse at the end of the 1968-69 shipping season. Little did he know that the light would never shine again for mariners of this iconic Lake Superior National Landmark. Mike will enthrall you with the stories from his U.S. Coast Guard experience, personal search and rescue stories and the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald in November of 1975. Mike has written a book called “The Last Keeper at Split Rock”. The book will be available for optional purchase following his presentation. March 11th Faribault High School

7-8:30 pm Performing Arts Center Cost: $19 per person

Happy Hour

Pursuing Happiness in the Community Happy hour is a 10 session workshop series designed to introduce participants to the concepts of positive psychology, cultivate positive emotions, gratitude, optimism, finding meaning in life, character strengths and virtues, engagement, and positive relationships. Through a combination of research articles, videos, group discussion and reflective readings, participants will learn about the concepts and then be given exercises to try at home and work. Each participant will be given a binder to collect course material. Participants should supply their own journal. Instructor: Janet Lewis-Muth is the coordinator for the Rice County Mental Health Collective Please call 333-6017 to set up your 1 hr 10 session workshop.

Cost: FREE

Wednesday, January 29th Saturday, February 1st Faribault High School

6:30-8:00pm OR 10:00-11:30am D108

Cost: $25

Understanding Facebook Want to be able to see all the fun photos of your children and grandchildren but not quite sure what facebook is or how to use it? Come learn how to use it effectively and how it can help you keep in touch or benefit your business. Instructor: Kristi Wampler Wednesday, February 5th Saturday, March 8th Faribault High School

6:30-8:00pm 10:00-11:30pm D108 Cost: $25

Trips & Tours

Sesame Street Live

Make a new friend tour. No

matter where you’re from or where you’ve been, everyone is special - so join in! Elmo, Grover, Abby Cadabby, and their Sesame Street friends welcome Chamki, Grover’s friend from India, to Sesame Street. Join the fun and make a memory with your friends and family! Price

includes show tickets and bus transportation. Sorry no Refunds. Ticket Deadline: January 10 January 25th Target Center 12:00 pick up from the Faribault High School 2:00 Showtime Return at 5pm (approx.)

Cost: $25

Disney on Ice It’s one colossal

party on ice, with all your favorite Disney friends! Join Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse and their Disney friends in a magical medley of holidays, celebrations and festivals from around the globe. Come join the party when this spectacular ice show visits Minneapolis.Price includes show tickets and bus transportation. Sorry no Refunds Ticket Deadline: February 14th March 2nd Target Center 11:00 pick up from the Faribault High School 1:00 Showtime Return at 5pm (approx.) Cost: $25

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McKinley Early Childhood Center Christine Gorman, Program Coordinator

Phone: 507-333-6460 | Fax: 507-333-6830

Email: christine_gorman@faribault.k12.mn.us

Website: www.faribault.k12.mn.us.aspx

930 4th Ave NW Faribault, MN 55021

Welcome to McKinley Early Childhood Center, we hope you can join us for some of our programs and activities! Parent/Child Resources: This includes our lending library of books and materials available for checkout as well as information on our website. McKinley has a wealth of resources you can use and trust. Let us know how we can help you.

McKinley Preschool McKinley’s preschool program supports and nurtures the growth of the whole child, including the child’s cognitive, social and emotional, physical, and creative development. This is done in a safe, nurturing, and enriched classroom. There is an emphasis on developing social and emotional competence in the preschool years as these are the skills that lay the foundation for success, for learning, and for life. Our diverse, culturally responsive and inclusive preschool is committed to meeting the needs of every learner. Many of our classrooms are specifically designed to bring preschoolers who are typically developing and those with special needs together to learn and grow. All children, regardless of their skills and abilities, have a great preschool experience and make a smooth and successful transition to kindergarten. Our preschool curriculum is aligned with the District’s elementary academic program. McKinley uses the Houghton Mifflin PreK Curriculum for literacy instruction,

EveryDay Math curriculum for math instruction, and SkillStreaming for developing social skills. This year, McKinley Preschool has adopted the Desired Results Developmental Profile (DRDP) as the building wide assessment. The children will do activities together under the direction of a licensed Early Childhood teacher. Children who are 3 or 4 years old by Sept 1, 2014 are eligible for preschool. Fall 2014 Preschool registration begins on Monday, March 10. Watch our website for more information on preschool registration as the time gets closer.

Four Stars of Excellence The state of Minnesota has recognized Faribault Public School’s preschool program with a four star Parent Aware rating. This new rating system can be used by parents to find quality preschools and child care in our state. It measures (one to four stars) best practices a program has in place to keep children succeed in kindergarten and beyond. Find out more about Parent Aware at www.parentaware.org.

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Early childhood family education (ECFE) What is ECFE? • ECFE recognizes that parents are a child’s first and most significant teachers and offers a variety of classes and resources for parents and children birth to before kindergarten. • ECFE helps to build healthy families and sets the stage for parent involvement and children’s overall success in school • Classes are offered during the day and evening • A great place to meet other parents with children the same age • Offers parent support and resources during the early years • Allows one-to-one time with your child • Helps your child build friendship skills • Provides young children and parents a place to learn and grow • ECFE focuses on building relationships and enriching learning experiences for families with children from birth to kindergarten

ECFE Winter Classes At-A-Glance Monday Morning

8:45-10:15

Multi-age Mondays (0-5yrs)

10:30-12:00 3’s & 4’s (36+ mo)

Tuesday

Wednesday

8:45-10:15

8:45-10:15 Terrific Twos (23-35mos)

Wonderful Ones (11-23 mos)

10:30-12:00

10:30-12:00

10:30-11:45

11:30-1:15

12:30-1:45

Terrific Tuesday (0-5yrs) Young Explorers (3+ by classtime)

Mid Day

Wonderful Wednesdays (0-5yrs) Creciendo Juntos (0-5 yrs)

Thursday

Friday

8:45-10:15

8:45-10:15

Baby Stop (0-8 wks)

Baby & Me (2-11 mos)

Terrific Twos (23-35mos)

10:30-12:00

Friday Connections (0-5 yrs)

1:00-2:30

Tiempo para Bebe

1:00-2:45

Discovery (3+yrs by 9/1/13)

3:15-4:30

Teen & Young Parents

Evening

5:00-6:00 Baby & Me (2-11 mo)

6:00-7:30

Multi-age Adventures (0-5yrs)

6:00-7:30

Multi-age Adventures (0-5 yrs)

WINTER ECFE CLASSES

Registration for Winter classes starts Dec 9, 2013. No phone registrations will be taken. Stop in at McKinley School to register from 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, OR register online at http://faribault.thatscommunityed.com. Payment is required at time of registration. A sliding fee based on family size and income is available for those who need financial assistance.

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Winter ECFE Classes Infant Classes Baby Stop (0 – 8 weeks) This is a great place to start in ECFE. We’ll discuss topics such as sleep, eating patterns, calming techniques and adjustments to parenting. Parents will learn play activities for young babies. A public health nurse, a certified lactation consultant, and a parent facilitator will be available to answer questions. No fee or registration required. Every Thursday 10:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.

Baby & Me (2 – 11 months) Experience music and play activities that enhance your infant’s development. Parent discussions will focus on topics of interest to parents such as sleep, nutrition, child development, temperament, adjustments to parenting and safety. This is a nonseparating class.

AGE SPECIFIC

Similar to toddler classes but activities and parent discussion are geared toward the age group. Parents separate from child and hold parent discussion in a room next door while the child plays under the direction of the Early Childhood teacher. Terrific Two’s (23 – 35 months) Wednesdays, January 8-March 5 5050-1

8:45 – 10:15 a.m. Cost: $45

Fridays, January 10-March 7 5050-2

8:45 – 10:15 a.m. Cost: $45

3’s & 4’s (35+ months) Mondays, January 6-March 3 5060-1

10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Cost: $45

Mondays, January 6-March 3, 5:00 – 6 p.m. 5010-1 Cost: $30 Thursdays, January 9-March 6, 12:30 – 1:45 p.m. 5010-2 Cost: $30

Tiempo Para Bebe (0 a 12 meses de edad) Esta clase es para los padres que hablan español y tienen bebñs de 0 a 12 meses de edad. Hay canciones, libros e información sobre el cuidado de su bebé. Se prestará asistencia en español. Enero 10 a Marzo 4 los viernes de 1:00 a 2:30 p.m. 5020-1 $10 por familia/ por temporada

TODDLERS

Toddlers are on the move and gaining independence as they explore the world around them. Learn more about this stage of development, how to set limits, gain cooperation, and develop appreciation for this age. These are non-separating classes. Parents remain in class with children for parent education and discussion. Wonderful Ones (11 – 23 months) Thursdays, January 9-March 6 5030-1

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8:45 – 10 am Cost: $45

Saturday Gymboree Saturday Gymboree is a chance for parents and kids ages 2-6 years old to enjoy some physical activity in the McKinley Gym. An adult must stay with each child during Gymboree. No preregistration required. No fee, donations are accepted. Saturdays 9:30-11:30 am Dec. 7, Jan. 4 & 18, Feb. 1 & 15, and March 1.

Register either online at faribault.thatscommunityed.com or by using the Community Education Registration Form at the back of this catalog.

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MULTIAGE (edades multiples)

Child Only Classes

These classes are enjoyed by families with one, two, three or more children. Multi-age classes bring children between the ages of birth – 5 years together in a class to learn and play. The classes provide a greater range of parenting topics and activities especially designed for all levels of learning. Parents separate from child and hold parent discussion in a room next door.

Choose any parent/child weekly class to attend and your child can come to Discovery alone once per week. Discovery class will help your child be more independent and gain social skills in a safe, nurturing environment. Discovery does NOT emphasize preacademic skills, but focuses on social interaction, play skills and pre-literacy.

Multi-Age Mondays

Discovery (3+ years by Sept. 1, 2013)

Mondays, January 6-March 3 5130-3

8:45-10:15 a.m. Cost: $45

Terrific Tuesday (0 – 5 years) Tuesdays, January 7-March 4 5160-1

8:45 – 10:15 a.m. Cost: $45

Wonderful Wednesdays (0 – 5 years)

Wednesdays, January 8-March 5 10:30 am – 12:00 p.m. 5080-1 Cost: $45

Friday Connections (0 – 5 years) Fridays, January 10-March 7 5090-1

10:30 a.m.– 12:00 p.m. Cost: $45

Wednesdays, January 8-March 5 5110-1

12:45 – 2:30 p.m. Cost: $50

Choose any parent/child weekly class to attend and your child can come to Young Explorers alone once per week. Young Explorers is a class just for kids that is designed to expand your child’s independence and gain social skills in a safe, nurturing environment. While the focus of Young Explorers will not be on preacademic skills, there will always be learning centers for the children to improve math, language, science, and art concepts. Children must be three when they start this class and can join the group any time after their third birthday. Young Explorers (3 years by class registration) Tuesdays, January 7-March 4 3140-1

10:45-11:45 a.m. Cost: $40

Multiage Adventures (0 – 5 years) Mondays, January 6-March 3

6:00 – 7:30 p.m. 5130-1 Cost: $45

Multiage Adventures (0 – 5 years) Thursdays, January 9-March 6

6:00 – 7:30 p.m. 5130-2 Cost: $45

Creciendo Juntos (0 – 5 years) Esta es una clase bilingüe para padres y niños interesados en aprender más inglés como segunda lengua. Habrá canciones, cuentos y juegos. Un traductor estará presente. Enero 8 a Marzo 12 Miércoles 11:30 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. 5100-1 $10 por familia/por temporada

Friday Open Gym Enjoy some physical activity in the McKinley Gym. An adult must be with each child.

YOUNG PARENTS This class is for young parents and their children to learn about the everyday issues of caring for babies and young children while balancing time for work, school and yourself. Sponsored by Early Childhood Family Education and Rice Co. Public Health Nursing. Call Cahrene at 507-333-6835, or Ellen at 332-6111, or you’re welcome to show up! Wednesdays 3:15 – 4:30 p.m.

January 8-March5 (No Fee)

Gingerbread House Fun Join us and make a new family tradition. Come and join us when we make “Gingerbread Houses.” You and your child will be creating a graham cracker house using frosting for glue and holiday candies for decoration. There will be construction, nibbling, conversation, giggling, and fun for all!

No preregistration required. No fee, donations are accepted.

Tuesday, December 10 6 – 7:15 pm 001 Cost: $12

Fridays 12:15 – 1:00 pm, Jan. 10 – March 7

Register by Noon on Monday, December 9, 2013

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Community Education

Early childhood Special Education

“Help Me Grow” Faribault Public School’s concern for children doesn’t begin in kindergarten and end at graduation. Our teachers are on hand to work with children who need additional developmental and educational help from birth through age 21. The program that is designed to meet the developmental needs of our youngest learners is the Early Childhood Special Education Program (ECSE). Eligible children are those with developmental delays or with a certain diagnosed physical or mental condition or disorder that results in a delay. Infant and Toddler Intervention provides special services and supports for eligible children birth though age two and their families. Eligible children are those with developmental delays or with a certain diagnosed physical or mental condition or disorder that results in a delay. Preschool Special Education is for children from age three until they begin kindergarten with developmental delays or other disabilities, and who are experiencing challenges in their learning and development.

Early Intervention Early Intervention services for children birth to three years old are provided within the child’s natural environments. These “Routine-Based Interventions” are based on the child’s daily likes and are guided by your family’s priorities. ECSE teachers will provide coaching to parents and caregivers to help promote a child’s development. Families are coached in strategies to help improve developmental areas such as cognition and communication, as well as social, motor, and self-help skills. Preschool Special Education Our program strives to help young children interact successfully with friends and family at home, in the community, and at school. To achieve this goal, the ECSE staff works as partners with the parents and teachers. Faribault Public Schools provides a continuum of special education and related services depending on each student’s unique special education needs and the oals determined by the student’s Individual Education Plan (IEP). Services are provided in the least restrictive environment which is appropriate for the individual student.

Our specialists can help you to determine the best services to meet your child’s individual needs. The earlier that needs are identified, the more progress can be made before the child enters kindergarten. If your child is 0-2 years old and you have any questions about his/her development, call 333-6804. For children 3-5 years, call 333-6455.

Minnesota law requires all children to be screened prior to school enrollment. Age three is the recommended age for this health and developmental screening. 3 Reasons to Screen at age 3: 1. Early screening can mean the difference between success and failure in school. 2. Any health or learning concerns can be found earlier—and help provided sooner. 3. Because screening is FREE, it’s easy and it’s good for your child! *Screening is preferred at three, but can be done at four or five Call 507-333-6460 to schedule a screening appointment.

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Early Childhood SCREENING Appointments are available: January 7, 15, 25 February 4, 12, 22 March 4, 12, 22 April 8, 16, 26 May 6, 13, 17, 21

Early Childhood Screening helps: 1. You find out how your child is doing 2. Connect you with early childhood programs 3. Answer your parenting questions Bring your child to the screening appointment, where we will check your child’s: • vision and hearing • growth and development • immunizations and family history

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Kids World – School Age Child Care

Kids World serves children from their first day of kindergarten until their first day of sixth grade. Lisa Wetzel Program Coordinator Roosevelt Elementary School 925 Parshall St, Faribault, MN 55021 Phone: 507-333-6724 Fax: 507-333-6734 Email: lisa_wetzel@faribault.k12.mn.us Website: faribault.k12.mn.us/schools/re/roosevelt_kidsworld.aspx Hours: Before school: 6:30 a.m.— 8:00 a.m. After school: 2:55 p.m.— 6:00 p.m. Full days: 6:30 a.m. — 6:00 p.m. at Roosevelt Early Releases: 1:00 p.m. — 6:00 p.m. Snow days: On Late Start days, Kids World is closed in the morning, but open for regular hours after school. On Snow Days, Kids World is closed. On Early Release days, Kids World is open at each site for 1 hour after schools close. Kids World Staff remain committed to providing quality care and enrichment for children in our community.

WELCOME TO SCHOOL YEAR KIDS WORLD SAC 2013-2014! The staff would like to take this opportunity

to welcome your family to the School Age Care Program! The goal of our program is to provide a relaxed, enriched and safe atmosphere where children are encouraged to pursue their personal interests, develop friendships and grow in confidence and respect. The staff would like to take this opportunity to welcome your family to the School Age Care Program! The goal of our program is to provide a relaxed, enriched and safe atmosphere where children are encouraged to pursue their personal interests, develop friendships and grow in confidence and respect. Kids World will focus on the following goals: • • • • •

To develop new friendships and work together in cooperative group situations. To gain respect for themselves, others and property. To develop self-confidence. To provide a safe, caring, trusting and relaxed environment conducive to fun and adventure. To provide trained caring and respectful staff who understand the importance of a stable setting that meets the developmental needs of school age children.

Kids World offers a variety of activities in both group and individual situations. Some activities include arts and crafts, sports, creative and dramatic play, recreational skills, community exploration, reading, science, manipulative & construction toys, critical thinking skills, outdoor and special events. Site Locations

Address

Phone Number

We will do all we can to ensure a positive experience for your family. We welcome your questions and input!

Jefferson Elementary

922 Home Place

(507) 333-6563

For more information on registration, policies and procedures, fees and billing, please visit:

Lincoln Elementary

510 Lincoln Ave

(507) 333-6680

Roosevelt Elementary

925 Parshall Street

(507) 333-6770

www.faribault.k12.mn.us/schools/re/roosevelt_ kidsworld.aspx

Or call Lisa or Jessica at 507-333-6724 to get your child registered today.

Register either online at faribault.thatscommunityed.com or by using the Community Education Registration Form at the back of this catalog.

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Upcoming Kid’s World Non-School Full Days (Open to all students)

Trip to Lakeville 21 Movie Theater

Trip to Bounce World, Rochester Roosevelt 6:30 AM-6 PM January 20 –- $36 includes trip, activities, milk for lunch, AM and PM snack Trip leave at Noon and returns at 4 p.m.–Also bring a sled as we may take advantage of the hills at Roosevelt. Must have socks and a signed waiver for the trip. Pack a lunch for the day.

Trip to America’s Woodshop, Burnsville Roosevelt 6:30 AM-6 PM January 21 –$38 Includes trip, a tic-tac-toe board to bring home, milk for lunch, AM and PM snack and any other activities for the day. Trip leaves at Noon and returns at 3:30 p.m. Please send a packed lunch, a sled, coat, hat, mittens, and an extra set of clothes in case we get wet.

Trip to Holiday Inn, Serengeti Waterpark, Owatonna Roosevelt 6:30 AM-6 PM February 14 – $37 Includes trip to waterpark, milk for lunch, other activities, AM and PM snack. Trip leaves at 11:30 a.m. and returns at 4 p.m. Bring your suit, towel, and a life jacket in a plastic bag that you can put in your backpack. Send a packed lunch for the day. Trip to MN Children’s Museum, St. Paul

Roosevelt 6:30 AM-6 PM February 17 – $36.00 Includes trip, activities, and AM and PM snack. Trip leaves at 8:45 a.m. and returns at 2:30 p.m. Send a lunch complete with beverage to eat at the Children’s Museum.

Roosevelt 6:30 AM-6 PM March 19 – $37 Includes movie, AM and PM Snack, milk for lunch, and other crafts and activities. Trip leaves at 9 a.m. and returns at 12:30 p.m. We will be seeing a G or PG movie showing at that time. Also bring your sled and we can enjoy some time outdoors on the hills at Roosevelt.

PJ Party and Games Galore Day Roosevelt 6:30 AM-6 PM March 2 – $30 Includes lunch, activities, and AM and PM snack. Bring your favorite board or video game and this will be your chance to play it.

Additional Spring Break Holiday

Roosevelt 6:30 AM – 6 PM April 18 – $40 – includes trip, zoo admission, AM and PM snack and any other activities MN Zoo Field Trip, Apple Valley – Leaves at 8:30 a.m. & returns at 4 p.m.– Pack a brown bag lunch to eat at the zoo and wear your coat and good walking shoes. The Zoo Babies are going to be at the Zoo!

Early Dismissal at Kids World Wednesday, December 11, 2013

1:00 – 6:00 p.m. (Pick –up any time before 6 p.m.) Open to children in Grades K-5 At Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt Elementary Schools

Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow

Great Art projects, sports activities, science activities and more Cost $9 - Snack and activities included Registration and payment are due by December 5.

Wednesday, March 12

1:00 – 6:00 p.m. Open to children in Grades K-5 At Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt Elementary Schools

Escape to the Tropics!

Trip to Mad Science of MN Presentation

March 17 – $36 Includes participation in two science booths (making super balls and instant snow), milk for lunch, AM and PM snack. Please send a packed lunch for your child.

Trip to Feed My Starving Children, Eagan & Pizza Lunch

Roosevelt 6:30 AM-6 PM Trip leaves at 8:30 a.m. and returns at 12:30 p.m. Do not wear jewelry. You may bring a personal donation to leave at FMSC to go towards purchasing more supplies. March 18 – $33 Includes trip, activities, pizza lunch and AM and PM snack.

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We’ll be doing lots of fun activities to get your child thinking warmth and sunshine Great art projects, sports activities, science activities and more Cost $9 - Snack and activities included Registration and payment are due by April 5. Please call early to register for these Full Days or Early Dismissals at Kids World, 507-333-6724 or e-mail lisa_wetzel@faribault.k12.mn.us to receive the registration form.

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ADULT BASIC EDUCATION Yesica Louis Adult Education Program Coordinator 201 S Lyndale Ave, Faribault, MN 55021 Phone: 507-333-6472 | Fax: 507-384-3844 Email: Yesica_louis@faribault.k12.mn.us Website: www.faribault.k12.mn.us/community-ed/abe.aspx Faribault Public Schools ABE – • Programs and services are offered in a welcoming environment. • Programming is offered morning, afternoons, and evening. Hours may be arranged according to the needs of the student. • Certified teachers and trained volunteers provide a variety of instructional methods and materials. • Students can study and progress at their rate. • Computer-assisted learning is available. • All programs and services are free.

Student Eligibility & Program Services Adult Basic Education programs and services are available to any adult, 16 years of age or older, who is not enrolled in secondary programming. Services are designed for students needing GED preparation and testing, study in specific skill areas, English as a Second Language (ESL), and college and career preparation. Program services are FREE. Programming runs Monday through Thursday in the daytime and evenings. Stop by Town Square (Suite A) or call 333-6472 for more information.

GED Preparation The General Education Development (GED) Program helps adults study and prepare to take the five parts of the GED test. On passing the GED, a High School Equivalency Diploma is awarded by the Minnesota Department of Education. Please note: The GED Test in the state of Minnesota will be changing beginning January 1, 2014. It will be a computer based test. The next GED testing date is January 19. No previously earned test scores will be carried over. Please work to complete your tests by December, 2013. Stop into our Faribo Town Square location (Suite A) to find out more and register.

C o m m u n i t y E d u cat i on GED Class Schedule Tuesdays 9:30-11:50 AM and 6:00-8:00 PM Wednesdays 9:30-11:50 AM and 6:00-8:00 PM Thursdays 9:30-11:50 AM and 6:00-8:00 PM *Classes are held at South Central College Room: C23 Registration must be done at Town Square (Suite A) before you start class Bridge to

College Success Program Participants will develop individualized learning plans and work through computerized instruction to improve skills in Reading, English and/or Math. South Central College instructors and Adult Basic Ed instructors will be on hand to answer questions and support your learning! Participants will be treated to a free meal every day and learn how to become successful college student. To be accepted into this program, you must have high school diploma or GED (or close to finishing) and meet at least one of the following criteria: •.Household income is below 150% of the federal poverty line; OR • Person of color; OR • First generation student Stop into our Faribo Town Square location (Suite A) to find out more and register.

College Prep Courses Do you want to increase your Accuplacer Score? Receive Individualized core instruction. Stop into

our Faribo Town Square location (Suite A) to find out more and register.

Skills Enhancement Help is available for those adults who have their GED or high school diploma, but want to brush up in a particular skill such as math, reading, writing, speaking, and/or listening for their own enrichment, to help their children with homework, prepare for college or the workforce.

English as a Second Language ESL classes are offered to persons whose native language is not English. Work on a specific language proficiency level that focuses on life skills that adults need to be functionally competent members of their community,their family, and the workforce.

Special Interest Classes Special interest classes are offered periodically in the following areas: Computer, Keyboarding, Citizenship, Healthcare Academy, College Prep math for Trades (such as Welding).

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Driver Education Robert Feyereisn, Program Coordinator

Cost

Faribault High School 330 9th Ave SW, Faribault, MN 55021 Phone: 507-333-6217 Fax: 507-333-6284 Email: robert_feyereisn@faribault.k12.mn.us Website: www.faribault.k12.mn.us/schools/fhs/ classroom_driver_training.aspx To register: Faribault.thatscommunityed.com Classroom Instruction

The Faribault Driver Education program is approved by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety and is taught by certified instructors. Intended primarily for district residents, this class is for participants who are 15 years old at the start of the session. Online registration is preferred. Please register at Faribault. thatscommunityed.com You can also register at Faribault Public Schools District Office or the High school Office during business hours. For more information please call Faribault Public Schools Community Education office at 507-333-6011.

2013-14 Driver Education School Calendar Classroom Sessions (3:20-6:20) Room D117 – High School Please pick a session where you can be in attendance for every day scheduled. This means absolutely no conflicts with the dates or the times of 3:20-6:20. Thanks! 1. Dec. 2-10; 12-16. Test date is December 17 – 3:20 pm. 2. February 24-March 7. Test date is March 11 – 3:20 pm. 3. March 24-April 4. Test date is April 8 – 3:20pm. 4. April 21st-May 2. Test date is May 6 – 3:20 pm.

• State law requires that each student completes 30 hours of the classroom portion of Driver Education. Our classes last for three hours, on a ten day schedule. • Classroom is offered at various times throughout the school year. Check the bulletin board in the front entry of FHS for classroom offerings. • During the school year, classroom sessions are held after school from 3:20 to 6:20. • During summer, classroom sessions are held in the morning from 8:00 to 11:00. • If school is canceled, so is your Driver Education Class.

4 A blue card will be issued upon successful course completion. 4 Students must be registered in the Behind-the-Wheel portion of Driver Education before they can be issued a blue card. The Driver’s Education Coordinator will register students for Behind-the-Wheel during the last half of the class session. Sign-up includes payment for Behind-the-Wheel if students haven’t prepaid for the entire program. If paying by check, the fee is $235 made out to FHS. 4 Permit Test - You must have the following items to take your permit test: blue card, official birth certificate, secondary ID or SS card, $12, glasses or contacts if applicable.

• Must be 15 on or before the starting date of the class. • Must be preregistered. Preregistration includes payment for the class and then signing up for the session of your choice. • Sign-ups for students are done on Tuesdays and Fridays only at the FHS office. Parents may sign up at any time. • You must be in attendance for the first class session. If you miss for any reason, you will need to enroll in the next available class. • Special needs requests: If your student receives special education services through Faribault Public Schools and may need supplementary aides and services to access and participate in Driver’s Education, please contact the student’s case manager at the High School to setup an IEP meeting to make a determination if services are required. If you have further questions or concerns, contact the office of Special Services at 507-333-6004.

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Time

Course Completion

Summer Sessions 1. June 9-20. (8-11 A.M.) Test date is June 23 – 10:30 pm. 2. June 9-20. (12:30-3:30) Test date is June 18 – 1:00 pm. 3. July 7-18. (8-11 A.M.) Test date is July 21 – 10:00 pm.

Requirements

• Driver Education costs are $370.00 - if two payments are made the cost is $385.00 - $150 for classroom and $235 for Behind-the-Wheel. • The cost for taking classroom elsewhere and taking BTW sessions at FHS are $300. • Money will be forfeited for: o Discipline reasons, or failure to complete the requirements of the course. o Missing two or more days of class. • Payment in full is required one week prior to class start date. If no payment is received one week prior to class, your registration will be cancelled and a drop fee will be applied prior to refunding your deposit.

4 If one day is missed during the class, it is the responsibility of the student to make up that day. The same day that was missed, must be made up during another class session before a blue card is issued. 4 You may repeat the class once without paying an additional fee if your absence from class was due to an illness or a family emergency. 4 Students are scheduled for Behind-the-Wheel instruction on a priority list, dating back from when you passed the permit test. 4 If students wish to take Behind-the-Wheel elsewhere, a letter of course completion will be issued to the student within ten working days of course completion. It is the student’s responsibility, then, to get their blue card elsewhere.

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Faribault Public Schools Behind-the-Wheel Instruction The six-hour Behind-the-Wheel experience is scheduled upon completion of the classroom session and passing the permit test. Students are scheduled for Behind the Wheel instruction year round. Following six hours of instruction, a certificate of completion card enables students to take the road test.

Requirements

• Only after passing the permit test can one be scheduled for Behind the wheel instruction. • If students do not pass the permit test initially, all subsequent tests are done at the Driver Exam Station (507)332-7985. • State law requires 6 hours of Behind-the-Wheel instruction.

Lessons • Remember to bring your permit every time. Failure to have

your permit with you when taking instruction, will result in you not being able to drive that day. And an additional cost of $50 per hour of instruction missed, must be paid before the student can complete Behind-the-Wheel instruction. No white card will be issued until payment is made. • Once you’ve agreed to a six lesson schedule, missed les sons will cost you $50/hour, unless it’s an emergency, or you’ve personally talked with your instructor and have been excused. Payment is made to FISD #656. • Please meet at the front doors of Faribault High School five minutes before your scheduled lesson time.

Community Education Time

• Students may elect to take Behind-the-Wheel instruction during the school year or during the summer. • Most after school lessons consist of four 90 minute sessions. ALC and home-schooled students will be allowed to take Behind-the-Wheel instruction during the day (outside of their classroom hours) when an instructor is available. • Summer students will receive 6 hours of Behind-the-Wheel instruction in 6 weekdays. • If school is canceled, so is your Driver Education (BTW) session.

Course Completion

• Once the student has completed six hours of Behind-theWheel instruction, they will be issued a white card from their instructor. The white card must be presented to the examiner before taking the road test. • Please schedule your road test in advance by calling the Driver Exam Station (332-7985), or go to mndriveinfo.org to register online. • Please keep your white card in a safe place where you won’t lose it. A duplicate will be issued by calling the Driver Education Coordinator (333-6217). Allow a minimum of five working days from the time of the request, to be issued a new white card. Cost is $10 for a duplicate card.

NOW ONline registrations at faribault.thatscommunityed.com

“I thought Driver Ed Classroom and Behind-the-Wheel were very instructional on guiding me on the appropriate and safest way to drive.” - Alex Schultz

“I learned how to drive really well during Behind-the-Wheel.” - David St. Martin

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Achieving a Better Life through Education

Nick Mertesdorf Project ABLE Program Lead Faribault Public Schools District Office 201 S. Lyndale Ave., Faribault, MN 55021 Phone: 507-333-6080 | Fax: 507-333-6050 Email: nick_mertesdorf@faribault.k12.mn.us Website: w  ww.faribault.k12.mn.us/departments/ ce_able.aspx Project ABLE is NOW LOCATED in Suite A in Town Square. Students will use an outside entrance on the west side of the building.

Faribault Project ABLE Winter/Spring Programming 2014 Mystery Dining January 8, February 5, March 5, April 2 Location: Surprise!

Pizza Bingo

5:30-7:30 p.m. Cost: $18

April 10 Location: Faribault American Legion

January 10, February 7, March 7, April 4 Location: Faribault Middle School Cafeteria

6-8 p.m. Cost: $10

Monday Bowling League The Bowling league is now 12 weeks long! Come work on your skills while having fun with your friends. Fee includes 2 games per night and shoe rental. January 13-March 31 Location: J&J Bowling Center

5-6:30 p.m. Cost: $85 for 12 weeks!

Thursday Bowling League The Bowling league is now 12 weeks long! Come work on your skills while having fun with your friends. Fee includes two games per night and shoe rental. January 16-April 3 Location: J&J Bowling Center

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Bowling Banquet It is time to celebrate all the work you have been doing in the bowling leagues. Awards will be presented, drinks will be served, and food will be eaten!

5-6:30 p.m. Cost: $85 for 12 weeks!

5-7 p.m. Cost: $10

Color Pin Bowling It’s time for some crazy lights and music. Join us in Faribault for Color Pin bowling. Get a colored headpin and knock it down to win a prize! Fee covers 2 games of bowling and shoe rental. January 25, March 22 1-3 p.m. Location: J&J Bowling Center Cost: $10 February 9, April 6 1-3 p.m. Location: Jesse James Lanes Cost: $10 Para-cord Bracelet craft

January 14 Location: Faribault Middle School Room 106

6-8 p.m. Cost: $10

Register either online at faribault.thatscommunityed.com or by using the Community Education Registration Form at the back of this catalog.

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Faribault Public Schools Snow Man Craft

February 25 Location: Faribault Middle School Room 106

6-8 p.m. Cost: $10

Cloud Craft Just in time for those April Showers. Join us for a fun craft you can hang in your window while you watch the snow melt away. March 25 Location: Faribault Middle School Room 106

6-8 p.m. Cost: $8

Easter egg Craft Easter is just around the corner. Let’s make some beautiful Easter Eggs! April 15 Location: Faribault Middle School Room 106

6-8 p.m. Cost: $8

Community Education Salad and Bread Spring is almost here. Make a fresh salad and bread to celebrate. April 22 Location: Faribault Middle School Room 101

Pool Party Get out of the cold at the Project ABLE pool party. Play volleyball or just soak in the HEATED pool, hot tub, or sauna. February 1 5-8 p.m. Location: Northfield Senior Center

Saturday, Feb 8 1:00 - 4:00 PM Location: Faribault High School: North Gym Cost: $5

Valentine’s Dance

February 14 Location: Faribault American Legion

January 28 Location: Faribault Middle School Room 101

St. Paddy’s Dance

Bunny Cakes Bake, decorate, and eat a lovely bunny cake. February 11 Location: Faribault Middle School Room 101

Pizza Creation

March 11 Location: Faribault Middle School Room 101

6-8 p.m. Cost: $10

6-8 p.m. Cost: $10

Cost: $12

Open Gym

Chili Cookout It’s freezing out! Winter is the perfect time to make some chili. Come warm up with us! 6-8 p.m. Cost: $10

6-8 p.m. Cost: $10

March 16 Location: Faribault American Legion

6-9 p.m. Cost: $10

1-4 p.m. Cost: $10

Movie Theater Trip Join us for a trip to Lakeville Theater to watch newly released Robocop and Captain America. Transportation provided. February 22—RoboCop April 19—Captain America Location: Bus pickup at Faribault High School

Cost: $10

Register either online at faribault.thatscommunityed.com or by using the Community Education Registration Form at the back of this catalog.

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Faribault Public Schools

Community Education

Calendar of Events Know your Numbers First Thursday of each month 7:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.

The Link at District One Hospital Free health risk assessment, blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol checks. For the most accurate results, do not eat or drink after midnight before your screening. Your Health Matters, A Community Education Luncheon Series Second Thursday of each month 12 p.m. – 1 p.m.

Faribault American Legion $5 Lunch (optional) The Your Health Matters series offers a variety of health education topics by local experts.

! e t a D e h Save T The District One Hospital Auxilian Advocates for Health proudly present

Cancer Support Group 3rd Monday of each month 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

District One Cancer Center Lobby (entrance on 1st Street) Anyone affected by cancer may attend. Discussion geared to participant interest and features occasional guest speakers. Question? Call Erin at 507.332.4721

Sensational Samplings saturday

March 8, 2014

Slim-Down Competition Weigh-In January 6, 2014 Faribault Parks and Recreation

7 o’clock in the evening Faribault Country Club

For more information regarding upcoming classes and events go to: http://health.districtonehospital.com/events

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fundraiser • fine wine • cheese • ale coffee • hors d’oeuvres • dessert

1700 NW 17th Street • Faribault, MN

For more information, call 507.332.4798 Tickets will be available at District One Hospital in December. Proceeds to benefit District One Hospital and community health projects.

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Community Educa on Registra on Form

Community Education Registration Form

Par cipant Name

Parent/Guardian Name

Address

City

Home Phone

Cell Phone

Zip Code

Email Address YOUTH REGISTRANTS ONLY: Current Grade _____ Age;_____ Gender: (M) (F) Birthdate: _______ Permission to photograph student for website/publica ons/publicity YES NO Course Title

Total

Total Due I have read and understand the registra on, policies and refund procedures for Community Education. Please all checks payable to: ISD #656 or use your Discover, MasterCard or VISA. ______ Discover _____ MasterCard ______ VISA 3 Digit Security Code: ____ ____ ____ Card Number: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ____ ____ ____ ___ (found on back of card) Expires: ____ ____ / ____ ____ Signature: Mail To: Faribault Public School District O ce Community Educa on 2800 1st Ave NW Suite 1 Faribault, MN 55021 Phone: (507) 333 6011 Fax: (507)333 6050

Community Education Policies and Information

General Information

Refund Policy

Withdrawals & Additions

Community Education Enrichment programming will begin September 2012. See the course listings for time, date and building. The Community Education classes are open to any interested person. See the course listing for time, date and location. District 656 will not deny any person the opportunity to participating in any program on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, status with regard to public assistance or disability. Families and school-age children are encouraged to enroll in any classes which are appropriate for their skill level and maturity.

Community Education reserves the right to cancel any activity due to insufficient enrollment. When an activity is canceled, Community Education will make every effort to contact registrants 2 days before the scheduled start of the activity. Complete refunds are given when this occurs. Persons needing to withdraw their registration must do so no later than five business days before the activity is scheduled to start. A $5.00 per class service fee will be deducted from each refund request. Please remember, if you are unable to attend an activity, you may send someone in your place. ABSOLUTELY no refunds are given to those persons withdrawing less than five business days before the start of an activity. No refunds are given for trips. No exceptions.

Community Education reserves the right to withdraw a course due to lack of enrollment or loss of suitable facilities.

Inclement Weather When bad weather or other emergencies cause cancellation of the regular day school program, Community Education activities scheduled during the day, after school or evening are also cancelled. Because inclement weather is unpredictable and difficult to plan around, class sessions cancelled due to bad weather may not be refunded or rescheduled.

Learners with Disabilities You are invited to participate in the classes and activities in this catalog. We will make every effort to provide the accommodations necessary to help make your Community education experience enjoyable. Accommodation requests are needed two weeks prior to class start date. Contact the Community Education office at 333-6011 to request assistance.

Handicapped Accessibility If handicapped accessibility information is required, please call Community Education at 333-6011. We will make every effort to provide information to you as requested.

Payment Collections When you provide a check as payment, you authorize Faribault Public Schools either to use information from your check to make a onetime electronic fund transfer from your account or to process the payment as a check. When we use information from your check to make an electronic fund transfer, funds may be withdrawn from your account as soon as the same day you make your payment, and you will not receive your check back from your financial institution.

Registration Information You may register in person, by mail or online at www. faribaultcommunityed.org or by phone. Please note that all registrations must include payment. We accept cash, personal checks, Visa, MasterCard & debit cards.

Enrollment When registering for a class, you may sign up yourself and one other family. Enrollment for most classes is limited, therefore, priority for admittance is given in order the registrations are received.

CLASS SUGGESTIONS and TEACHERS WANTED! To offer comment on current course offerings, to share new class ideas for future offerings, curriculum or instructor resources, please contact Rebecca Lippert at 333–6011.

Please Note Community Education may want to photograph, videotape or interview program participants for use in publications. The pictures may be of groups or individual snapshots. If you do not want your photograph used or if you do not want your child’s photograph used, please contact the Community Education office at 333–6011.

Non-endorsement Policy Faribault Community Education contracts with specialists in their fields who are interested in presenting classes in their areas of expertise to the community. We do not endorse the opinions or business affiliations of the instructors.

Disclaimer Fitness courses can be strenuous. By enrolling in these courses you indicate that you have no physical conditions or health history that would make your participation hazardous to your health.

Information All questions should be directed to Community Education Staff at 333–6011.

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ProjectABLERegistrationFormWinter/Spring2014

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BowlingLeague S3420Mondays@JesseJamesLanes: January13thtoMarch31st5Ͳ6:30pm____$85 S3425Thursdays@Basher’s: th rd January16 toApril3 5Ͳ6:30pm____$85  ParaͲCordBraceletCraft S3445Tuesday,January14th____$10 Location:FaribaultMiddleSchoolC1066Ͳ8pm  SnowManCraft S3446Tuesday,February25th___$10 Location:LauraBakerServices6Ͳ8pm  CloudCraft  S3447Tuesday,March25th ____$8 Location:FaribaultMiddleSchoolC1066Ͳ8pm  EasterEggCraft S3448Tuesday,April15th____$8 Location:LauraBakerServices6Ͳ8pm CookingClasses ChiliCookout th S3450Tuesday,January28 ____$10 Location:NorthfieldHighSchoolS1046Ͳ8pm  BunnyCakes S3451Tuesday,February11th____$10 Location:FaribaultMiddleSchoolC1016Ͳ8pm  PizzaCreation th S3452TuesdayMarch11 ____$10 Location:NorthfieldHighSchoolS1046Ͳ8pm  FreshGreenSaladandBread S3453Tuesday,April22nd____$12 Location:FaribaultMiddleSchoolC1016Ͳ8pm  MovieTheaterTrip S3480Ͳ1Saturday,Feb22nd11amͲ2pm____$12 Location:BuspickupatFaribaultandNorthfieldHighSchool  th S3480Ͳ2Saturday,April19 11amͲ2pm____$12 Location:BuspickupatFaribaultandNorthfieldHighSchool

PizzaBingo  S3400Ͳ1Friday,Jan17th 6Ͳ8pm____$10Staff____$6 Location:FaribaultMiddleSchoolCafeteria S3400Ͳ2Friday,Feb7th6Ͳ8pm____$10Staff____$6 Location:LauraBakerServices S3400Ͳ3Friday,Mar7th6Ͳ8pm____$10Staff____$6 Location:FaribaultMiddleSchoolCafeteria S3400Ͳ4Friday,Apr4th6Ͳ8pm____$10Staff____$6 Location:LauraBakerServices  MysteryDining Location:asurprise th S3410Ͳ1Weds,Jan15 5:30pmͲ7:30pm____$18 th S3410Ͳ2Weds,Feb5 5:30pmͲ7:30pm____$18 th S3410Ͳ3Weds.Mar5 5:30pmͲ7:30pm____$18 nd S3410Ͳ4Weds.Apr2 5:30pmͲ7:30pm____$18  ColorPinBowling th S3440Ͳ1Saturday,Jan25 1pmͲ3pm____$10 Location:Basher’s S3440Ͳ2Sunday,Feb9th1pmͲ3pm____$10 Location:JesseJamesLanes S3440Ͳ3Saturday,Mar22nd1pmͲ3pm____$10 Location:Basher’s S3440Ͳ4Sunday,Apr6th1pmͲ3pm____$10 Location:JesseJamesLanes  PoolParty st S3460Saturday,Feb1 5pmͲ8pm____$12 Location:NorthfieldSeniorCenter  OpenGym S3465Saturday,Feb8th1pmͲ4pm____$5 Location:FaribaultHighSchoolNorthGym  Valentine’sDance th S3470Friday,Feb14 6pmͲ9pm____$10 Location:LauraBakerServices  SpringFlingDance S3475Sunday,Mar16th1pmͲ4pm____$10 Location:FaribaultAmericanLegion 

How to Register:

Stop in to register at Northfield Community Center 1651 Jefferson Parkway, Northfield, MN 55057 Nick Mertesdorf office hours Mondays and Thursdays 8:30am – 3:30pm Call us @ 507-664-3650 Stop in to register at Town Square: 201 Lyndale Ave Suite A, Faribault, MN 55021 Call us @ 507-333-6080 Register and pay online @ https://faribault.thatscommunityed.com


Faribault Public Schools

C o m m u n i t y Ed u c a t i o n

FARIBAULT PUBLIC SCHOOLS

2013-2014 CALENDAR September 2...............................................................................................................................Labor Day Holiday September 3................................................................................................................................First Day of School October 9............................................................................................................................................ Early Dismissal October 14 ............................................................ Faribault Middle School Conferences Gr. 6-8, 3:30-8:30 pm October 14.........................................................................Faribault High School Evening Conferences Gr. 9-12 October 15 ............................................................ Faribault Middle School Conferences Gr. 6-8, 3:30-8:30 pm October 16 ................................................................................ No School EC-12 Parent/Teacher Conferences October 17 & 18 ............................................................... No School EC-12 Education Minnesota Convention November 1 .............................................................................................................Quarter 1 Ends (Grades 6-12) November 13 ..................................................................................................................................... Early Dismissal November 22 ......................................................................................................................... Trimester 1 Ends (K-5) November 27 ......................No School EC-12 Teacher Work Day (Early Childhood-5)/Curriculum Day (6-12) November 28 & 29 ..................................................................................... No School EC-12 Thanksgiving Break December 11 ..................................................................................................................................... Early Dismissal December 23 - January 1 .................................................................................... No School EC-12 Winter Break January 2 ....................................................................................................................................... School Resumes January 17 .......................................................................................... Quarter 2/Semester 1 Ends (Grades 6-12) January 20 ............................................................................................No School EC-12 Martin Luther King Day January 21 ......................... No School EC-12 Curriculum Day (Early Childhood-5)/Teacher Work Day (6-12) February 13 .....................................................................Faribault Middle School Evening Conferences Gr. 6-8 February 13 .................................................................. Faribault High School Evening Registration Fair Gr. 9-12 February 14 ....................................No School EC-12 Parent/Teacher Conferences E-8/Registration Fair 9-12 February 17 ............................................................................. No School EC-12 Grade/Level Department Day February 28 ............................................................................................................................ Trimester 2 Ends (K-5) March 6 .............................................................................Faribault High School Evening Conferences Gr. 9-12 March 12 ............................................................................................................................................ Early Dismissal March 17-21 ............................................................................................................No School EC-12 Spring Break April 1 ........................................................................................................................Quarter 3 Ends (Grades 6-12) April 9 .................................................................................................................................................. Early Dismissal April 18 ........................................................................................ No School EC-12 Additional Spring Break Day May 7 .................................................................................................................................................. Early Dismissal May 26 ..................................................................................................................No School EC-12 Memorial Day June 4 ......................................................................................................................................... Last Day of School June 8 ...........................................................................................................................Graduation—Class of 2014

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Faribault Public Schools

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community education www.faribault.thatscommunityed.com Faribault Public Schools Independent School District #656 2800 1st Ave NW Faribault, MN 55021

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Community Connections – Everyday Matters Community Education Advisory Council Asher Ali

Brenda Johnson

Karen Olson

Phyllis Bongard

Mark Lessman, co-chair

Brad Palmer

Tom Casper

Janet Lewis Muth, co-chair

Jerry Robicheau

Natalie Ginter

Nichole Louis

Bonnie Story

Rod Gramse

Nalani McCutcheon

Carolyn Treadway

Carol Freed

Marcia Morris-Beck

Cari Tuma

YOUR School Board

www.faribault.k12.mn.us

Todd Sesker Superintendent (507) 333-6010 Todd_sesker@faribault.k12.mn.us

Thomas Casper Vice-Chairperson (507) 334-9766 thomas_casper@faribault.k12.mn.us

Deb Davis Treasurer (507) 792-5912 deb_davis@faribault.k12.mn.us

Yvette Marthaler Director (507) 331-0261 yvette_marthaler@faribault.k12.mn.us

Jason Engbrecht Chairperson (507) 334-2711 Jason_engbrecht@faribault.k12.mn.us

Howard Bode Clerk (507) 334-3794 howard_bode@faribault.k12.mn.us

Richard Olson Director (507) 334-2373 richard_olson@faribault.k12.mn.us

Jerry Robicheau Director (507) 334-4403 jerry_robicheau@faribault.k12.mn.us


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