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    Community Education’s Secondary Youth Development program focuses on offering a wide variety of activities for students in junior and senior high school. Activities listed below are a sampling of programs offered through Secondary Youth Development.

    Supporting Academics:

    • ACT and PSAT/SAT preparation courses are offered to help students prepare for college entrance exams.
    • Music lessons are offered by licensed teachers

    Encouraging Leadership:

    • Community Education partners with Lakes Area Youth Service Bureau to provide opportunities for youth leadership and youth driven community service projects through the Youth Advisory Board.

    Promoting Recreation:

    • Firearm Safety, Golf Leagues, Lock-In and other fun activities provide safe and well-supervised opportunities for teens to be active and have fun with friends.
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    Have you heard about the MN K-12 Education Credits?


    If not, you may be missing out on money you are entitled to! These credits can lower your tax bill and may even mean a larger refund when you file your Minnesota Income Tax return.

    The Youth Development program wants you to know that many of our after-school and summer enrichment classes qualify for this credit.

    For more information, or to find out if a class is eligible, call the Youth Development office at (651) 982-8339 or check out the Department of Revenue web site at www.taxes.state.mn.us

    These YD classes will qualify:
    All art and music classes
    All science camps
    Tutoring

    Interested in teaching a Secondary Youth class?

    Read and fill out the Course Proposal Form

    Proposals are due by the following dates:
    Fall quarter proposals due by May 1
    Winter quarter proposals due by September 11
    Spring/Summer quarter proposals due by Jan 1

    Questions about Youth Secondary Programs?
    Call (651) 982-8328 or email Laurie Drolson