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  • 3-18 Months

    Ages 3 to 18 months
  • Adult Enrichment

    See below for current offerings in our pottery studio or upcoming trips.
  • Adult Recreation

    Providing individual, group and team opportunities for fitness and fun
  • Connections

    Registration for Summer Connections will open on Feb 6th @ 7:30am. Registrations will be available online or in person at the Lincoln Community Center Connections office.
    Child Care Program
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  • MAPS Emergency Child Care & ACES Wraparound Child Care

    Starting Tuesday, March 31, child care options will change. Families that need child care per employment guidelines provided by the State of Minnesota will have the option to sign their child(ren) up for MAPS Emergency Care and ACES; both will be held at Franklin and Monroe Elementary schools. Care is available for children grades K-5. MAPS Emergency Care (7:30am-3:30pm) MAPS Emergency Care will continue to operate from 7:30am-3:30pm at Monroe and Franklin Elementaries. MAPS Emergency Care is free for families that qualify. Families that need only MAPS Emergency Care will not be charged and will be eligible for transportation if needed. MAPS Emergency Care + ACES Wraparound Care (6:30am-6:00pm) ACES will be providing wraparound care outside of MAPS Emergency Care hours. ACES Wraparound Care will operate from 6:30am-7:30am and 3:30pm-6:00pm. Families that utilize ACES Wraparound Care will be charged a flat rate of $18 per child, per day. Families will be responsible for transportation to and from ACES. All families will be required to complete a new registration for MAPS Emergency Care and ACES Wraparound Care through Eleyo, an online registration system. Families who have already received care from either program, will be contacted directly yet this week. Once registration is complete and approved, all families will receive notification from the ACES Office. At that time, the ACES Office will let families know when their care date can begin. For more information call 507-387-5501 or email MAPSemergencycare@isd77.org.
    Child Care Program
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  • MAPS Preschool-Voluntary Pre Kindergarten- Kennedy

    Voluntary pre-kindergarten was established by Governor Dayton and the 2016 Minnesota Legislature for the purpose of preparing children for success as they enter kindergarten the following year. Mankato Area Public Schools was granted funding for the Kennedy Elementary Preschool site. To be eligible for this free preschool program you must reside within Kennedy or Washington Elementary boundaries and your child cannot be age eligible to attend kindergarten. Contracts will not be accepted if these guidelines are not met. Transportation is available within those boundaries. Registration is processed through the Mankato Area Public Schools- Early Learning Department. For questions, please contact us at 507-625-4620. Registrations can be done online or by stopping at our Family Learning Center office, 820 Hubbell Avenue, Mankato MN. **CURRENTLY KENNEDY VPK IS FULL BUT ACCEPTING WAIT LIST REGISTRATIONS.
    Child Care Program
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  • Mankato Area Public Schools Preschool

    Where It All Begins! You may register online or stop by our main office to completed a paper registration form. Paper registrations can be picked up at our Early Learning Office - 820 Hubbell Avenue, Mankato. There is a $25 registration fee. Preschool starts September 12th for 4 year old classes and September 13th for 3 year old classes. MAPS Preschool Brochure 2022-23 MAPS Preschool Brochure 2022-23 (Spanish) MAPS Preschool Brochure 2022-23 (Somali) 2022-23 Preschool Fees P: (507) 625-4620 If the class you are looking for is not listed on this page, the class is full. Call the Early Learning Office to be placed on a waiting list.
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  • Youth Enrichment

    Mankato Area Public Schools Community Education provides a variety of enrichment course offerings for school age students designed to expand knowledge, gain and improve skills and also provide opportunities to explore new areas of interest. Current offerings are listed below.
  • Youth Recreation

    Hosting a variety of individual and team activities to learn and practice skills, expand game/sport knowledge and grow as individuals and team players.