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FAIR Community Education
Student Council members visit the MN History Center and the Capitol for Youth Day at the Capitol.

FAIR + provides engaging academic, cultural, and enrichment opportunities for students during after school time and on some non-school days. Trained school staff, teachers, and community members build strong relationships with students as they discover new passions, explore the downtown community and gain valuable skills as they prepare to graduate from high school. Programming is youth-driven and often complements the learning experienced during the school day. Students are able to start their own club or help decide program offerings. 

FAIR+ runs after school Monday through Thursdays, with classes starting at 3:30.There will also be a daily snack served from 3:15-3:30. Transportation is not provided except on program designated field trips. 

To sign up, return the signed registration form to the Community Education office (100B).

This program is funded in part with a grant from the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) using Federal 21st Century Community Learning Center Funding. Neither MDE nor the US Department of Education endorses the programs or services.

Click here for program highlights from 2017-2018!

Fall Winter Classes
Students from Barbershop putting their skills to practice.
Student versus staff game at the Downtown YMCA.
Students from Skateboard Art visit mural and talk with local artist, Chuck U, about its creation.