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Community Education Corner: Get ready for summer with Cloquet Community Ed

We are about a month away from having the Spring/Summer Lumberlog in mailboxes. With it will come more outdoor activities, including the opening of the beach on June 13!

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The Cloquet Middle School food service team poses for a photo recently. The Cloquet School District will host an information session in January for people interested in working for the district. Contributed / Erin Bates
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CLOQUET — The tale-tell signs of spring are slowly creeping into our area. Snow is starting to melt a little, we can see pavement on more of our roads, and birds are starting to sing.

We are about a month away from having the Spring/Summer Lumberlog in mailboxes. With it will come more outdoor activities, including the opening of the beach on June 13!

If your children need to start or continue to develop their swimming skills, now is the time to enroll them in swimming lessons with Cloquet Community Education. That way, they will be prepared for summertime fun in the water, whether it is at the beach or your favorite watering hole.

The other sign of spring is Kindergarten Roundup. This will take place at Churchill Elementary on Tuesday, March 15, and at Washington Elementary on Thursday, March 17.

If attending, please bring your student’s birth certificate and an updated immunization record and health history.

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Prior to attending Kindergarten Roundup, it is ideal to have your child registered. All registration paperwork is now online, whether you have an incoming kindergarten student or are new to Cloquet. The registration paperwork can be found at  isd94.org . If you need help registering online, you can do so in-person at the administration office at Garfield, 302 14th Street. 

Another reminder for incoming kindergarten students is to have Early Childhood Screening completed prior to the start of school. If you have not completed the screening yet, you can set up a time to do so by calling 218-879-9291. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 218-879-1261.  

"Community Education Corner," published weekly in the Pine Journal, features news from Community Education programs in Carlton County.

Erin Bates is the director of Cloquet Community Education.

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