Delano Community Education classes

There are a lot of great classes starting soon for both youth and adults. The Fall 2013 brochure will be mailed out soon. For complete information on these classes, visit our website at, or call at 763-972-6210. Copies of the brochure are available at the CE office (140 Elm Ave.), the Tiger Activity Center, and the Delano Public Library.


Is it time to realize your dream and get your GED? Do you have a H.S. Diploma but need to brush up on reading, math or writing for your job or to get ready for post-secondary education? GED Preparation/ Basic Skills classes are held on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. throughout the school year. The class meets in Room 102 in the Community Education Center and are free. If you need childcare to attend class, please contact the community education office. Start any time.

Youth Recreation

Junior Delano Tigers Flag Football: (grades 3 and 4)

The purpose of the program will be to teach third and fourth grade students about the game of football and encourage a fun activity to develop their interest in the sport. Parent volunteers are needed. This program meets Monday and Thursday evenings from Aug. 29 to Sept. 26 (no practice Sept. 2), times to be determined.

Junior Delano Tigers Tackle Football (grades 5 and 6)

This program will teach fifth and sixth grade students to have fun playing football, develop interest in the sport, and learn the basic fundamentals of the game. Football provides a forum for children to develop respect for themselves and others, build self-esteem, develop physical skills, and experience a metaphoric environment that teaches life lessons and skills. This program meets Mondays and Thursdays from  Aug. 29 through Oct. 10 (no practice Sept. 2), times to be announced.

3rd Annual Vision Quest Triathlon (entering grades 2 – 12)

Join the 3rd annual Vision Quest Youth Triathlon. There will be fun-filled activities for children of all ability levels. Just bring a swimsuit, bike and approved helmet, and running shoes. Once again, there will be four levels of participation: Grades 2 and 3, and grades 4through 6 for the Long Course Challenge, and Adaptive Course options. This event is Saturday, Sept. 14. Fee includes T-shirt, and registration is required by Sept. 3.