Join us in a neighborhood near you this summer for free fun and learning! All children and families are welcome to join Eastern Carver County Schools Community Education staff as we play games, enjoy a healthy snacks, complete an art project and many other educational activities. The weekly events are free and offered one afternoon each week in the following neighborhoods: June 18 – August 2 (no program during the week of July 4) Mondays – 2:45 – 4:15 pm Brandondale / Heritage Park Tuesdays – 2:45-4:15 pm Carver Crossings / 1593 Hartwell Dr, Carver Wednesdays – 2:45-4:15 pm Riverview Terrace / main park area Thursdays – 2:45-4:15 pm Chaska Community Park / east of Clover Ridge Elementary Need more information? Talk with an Intercultural Specialist or call Community Education at... Continue reading Celebrate Summer! with free family fun and learning!
Come celebrate Native American culture at the 1st Annual Chaske Wacipi Pow Wow Traditional Wacipi. The event will be held at the Chaska Middle School East Soccer Stadium, May 19 & 20. Learn more... Continue reading District to host Native American traditional Pow Wow May 19 & 20
Come celebrate teen literature, promote reading and writing, and create a community of readers by connecting teens and authors. The event is free and will be held Saturday, May 12, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Chaska High School. Learn more... Continue reading Chaska High School to host 5th annual Twin Cities Teen Lit Con – May 12
Eastern Carver County Schools is seeking qualified oral interpreters and written document translators for on-call work. Selected candidates must be able to interpret fluently and translate documents effectively, have computer skills, and email access. Review the On-Call Language Services Specialist position description Complete the On-Call Language Services Specialist Application and return to Jackie Johnston, 11 Peavey Rd., Chaska, MN 55318, JohnstonJ@district112.org. On-call position ($30/hour – 2-hr minimum for oral interpretation) For more information, please contact Jackie Johnston, Community Education Director, at JohnstonJ@district112.org or... Continue reading On-call Language Services Specialists Needed
What goes up…. now comes down Since the dome on the new Eastern Carver County Athletic Center was raised for the first time in late November last year, the space has been used for middle school physical education classes and school sports team practices. More than a dozen community groups have rented the space after school hours. The athletic center, located just west of Chaska Middle School East, is scheduled for deflation beginning April 16. Raising and lowering a dome is a highly technical and intensive activity. The process includes removing the more than 120 lights and 90,012 feet of cable. The last thing to come down is the dome fabric which must be dry before it is stored away in the facility’s storage building until it is raised again next November. The process is expected to take at least a week, but can be longer depending on weather. During the summer months, community groups can rent the 100,000 square feet of artificial turf for soccer, lacrosse and other athletic... Continue reading Eastern Carver County Athletic Center dome deflation scheduled to begin April 16