Bloomington Community Education is launching a new logo to reinforce its mission to offer engaging educational programs and services for learners of all ages. The change follows a decision by the Richfield School Board to end the longstanding Bloomington-Richfield Community Services partnership.
Bloomington Community Education operates within Bloomington Public Schools to provide early childhood and adult programs, Kids’ SAFARI, youth enrichment, drivers education and the high school activity centers.
The move to an independent program creates an opportunity to align programs and classes with the unique needs of the Bloomington community. In addition to new programs, Bloomington Community Education will sport a new social media and digital presence, catalog design and a class registration upgrade. Due to the upgrade, registration for community ed classes will be unavailable the weekend of June 24-25. New registrations will be accepted beginning
Monday, June 26 at www.bloomington.ce.eleyo.com
A newly combined Bloomington Youth and Adult Enrichment catalog will be delivered to all resident homes in mid-August, with classes beginning Sept. 18.
Adult Basic Education and programs for adults with disabilities will continue as a partnership with Edina, Eden Prairie and Richfield.
To learn more about Bloomington Community Education programs, call 952-681-6108.