Announcements & Important Information
NEW partership with A+ driving school for Behind the Wheel!
Rockford Community Education is pleased to announce that our Board of Education approved a new partnership with A+ driving school! With this exciting partnership A+ will offer your students extended driving hours and availability all without leaving Rockford. You can visit A+ and see all they have to offer at their website at: www.aplusdrivingschool.net for more information or to schedule your Behind the Wheel Sessions.
Rockford Community Education will still be offering the Classroom Drivers Education Course. We have two upcoming sessions with openings. Session 1 June 9-19 and Session 2 July 6-17. The Rockford Classroom courses are $130 Rockford Behind the Wheel through A+ driving school is $295. Click here to register online for the classroom sessions only, students must be 14 at the time of the classroom session.
Contact Melissa Joseph Community Ed./Facilities Coordinator at: 763-477-4563 with any questions or for more information.
Summer Community ED Registration Opens May1!
Rockford Community Education would like to help you get ready for Summer 2015 mark your calendar for the following opportunities!
Pianist Lorie Line Comes to Rockford!
Classical Pianist Lorie Line will be performing at the newly renovated Rockford High School Auditorium on Sunday, May 10 at 7:00 pm. Advance tickets are on sale now! CLICK HERE to purchase your tickets or call the box office at 1-800-801-5463.
Tickets must be purchased from the Lorie Line Box Office this is not a district 883 sponsored event. Tickets cannot be purchased on PaySchools or through Rockford Community Education.
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!
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