Announcements & Important Information
SPRING 2017 CE Book is Here!!
Rockford/Greenfield Community Expo Registration!
Click here to register for the 2017 Rockford/Greenfield Community Expo to be held Saturday, March 18th in the Rockford High School Commons and Gymnasium from 9am-1pm.
GYMNASTICS Spring Registration Now Open!
CLICK HERE to register for the Spring 2017 Gymnastics Session
Due some classes being full, we have removed the choice from the form above(example Beginner 1 on Thursdays is FULL). If the current day/time does not work for you, please contact us and we can put you on a waiting list or possibly make a new class.
Yes, it is true!! Gymnastics is coming back to Rockford this Spring! Class will start March 6th. You will find the registration form here on Monday. Please only use the gymnastics registration form. Attached is information about the classes and you can click here to view.
Also, there will be 2 open gym nights to "get back into the groove" and meet the coaches. These open gym nights will be on Monday, Feb. 13th from 6pm-8pm and Thursday Feb. 23rd from 6pm-8pm. You may register for these (and only these open gyms) by filling out the youth registration form. Again, in order to register for the spring gymnastics full session, please wait for the gymnastics registration form on Monday.
Can't find your class on Payschools?
If you can't find the class you want to pay for on Payschools, it may mean that the class has reached its maximum number of participants. If this happens, please contact the community education office at 763-477-4563. Thank you!
Welcome To Rockford Communtity Education
The Rockford Community Education office is located at the RCC, 7600 County Road 50 (Rebecca Park Trail), attached to the Rockford High School. Our phone number is (763) 477-4563.
The mission of Rockford Community Education is to encourage, assist and engage district residents of all ages and abilities in their pursuit of life-long learning. Community Education is charged with preparing our youngest learners for that first day of kindergarten, educating parents about how to best support their child’s learning, providing safe and enriching places to learn and play when children are not in school; teaching adult learners literacy and workplace skills, engaging adults and senior citizens in continued learning opportunities, and most importantly, creating a culture that engages the entire community in the process of teaching and learning.
Please call today if you would like to register for any of our upcoming programs. We invite you to call our office if you have class or program ideas—we welcome your feedback!