Welcome to District 196 Community Education


Adult Enrichment

AdultSample activities, refine skills, socialize and pursue interests in an enjoyable setting. From dance instruction to cooking classes to courses about starting a business to fitness classes to professional computer instruction to daycations ... Adult Enrichment has something for everyone! District 196 Adult Enrichment is a fee-supported program that offers over 175 affordable classes based on community interests and needs. For more information, email a Community Ed registrar or call 651-423-7920.

View current courses and/or register online.

Evaluate Your Adult Enrichment Class
We encourage you to complete the online class evaluation. Your feedback is valuable and will be used to provide the quality and enriching classes you expect from District 196 Community Ed. Complete the evaluation.

Teach a Community Ed Class!
We are always looking for new, innovative and engaging classes. If you have a skill, technique or passion to share, visit our employment page for more information on how to become an instructor.

Instructor of the Quarter
Theresa Jurisch

In 2005, when her daughter struggled in kindergarten, Theresa Jurisch began studying dyslexia. She now has library of books and has earned tutor and screening certifications. She passionately works with parents and adults to help them gain an understanding of dyslexia and advocate for their children. Dyslexia affects 10 to 20% of the population and is invisible to the untrained eye. Children can be identified as early as kindergarten.

Her community education classes help others understand dyslexia (what it is and is not), what it is like to be dyslexic and what current technologies are available that will support a dyslexic student. Theresa coaches parents and teachers in the Orton-Gillingham methodology to tutor dyslexic students. This fall, Theresa will complete a master’s level certification.

Theresa and her two children (both with dyslexia) are active in pursuing legislative changes to state laws as part of the Decoding Dyslexia MN movement and recently spoke at the Capital to raise awareness. She gives back to the community, so others may not struggle to find answers.

Click here to view Theresa's classes.


For Questions About Adult Enrichment Contact
Janis Stoven, Adult Enrichment Coordinator, 651-423-7925





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