Community Education Corner: Summer events in progress

Esko Community Education is working in conjunction with the 100 year reunion committee to plan events simultaneously with Esko Fun Days in 2022.

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One of the mostly fun, yet sometimes stressful things, about working in community education is that we are constantly working on life in the future. For example, right now, we are working on summer events for 2022!

The Esko School District has now surpassed 100 years of educating children, and community education is working in conjunction with the 100 year reunion committee to plan events simultaneously with Esko Fun Days Aug. 2-6, 2022.

Getting to know past, present and future Eskomos will be the goal for all of our events. Even if you were not a graduate of Esko High School, there will be many activities for you to attend.

All information will be posted on the Esko All Class Reunion Facebook page and in the Esko Corner. Of course, word of mouth will always be our most powerful advertiser, so please talk to your friends and family as you see them over the holiday season.

To communicate our plans for registration for individual events and publicizing all of the possibilities, we will be using all available forms of social media and Esko’s Corner.


Esko Community Education's social media sites are @EskoCommunityEd on Facebook , Twitter and Instagram . Follow the Esko School District at @eskoschools on Facebook , Twitter and Instagram .

We can’t wait to see you in 2022!

"Community Education Corner," published weekly in the Pine Journal, features news from Community Education programs in Carlton County. Michele Carlson is the Community Education Director for Esko Schools.

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