State announces funding competition for Cohort 6 21st Century Community Learning Centers
Columbia Heights Public Schools intends to submit an application for a 21st Century Community Learning Center Cohort 6 Grant in March 2014 with the Minnesota Department of Education.


Register online by clicking here! 

Welcome to Columbia Heights Public Schools Community Education. Our goal is to create opportunities for lifelong learning and meet the needs of the community.  Through these programs and courses, we offer adults the chance to learn new skills, explore new interests, or enrich personal and professional lives. What can adult education opportunities offer you? The ability to:

  • Connect with your community
  • Express your creative self
  • Kindle an interest in a new hobby
  • Refine your skills

Call us for more information, visit us at the District Center conveniently located at 1440 49th Avenue NE in Columbia Heights. 

To view the winter spring classes for 2014, simply click on the graphic to the right.

Kristen Stuenkel
Director of Community Education
763-528-4515
StuenkeK@colheights.k12.mn.us

Jasmine Fink
Administrative Assistant
763-528-4517
FinkJ@colheights.k12.mn.us

Jodi Gadient
Mini/Adventure Club Coordinator
763-528-4512
GadientJ@colheights.k12.mn.us 


Karen Kremer
Early Childhood/Aquatics Coordinator
763-528-4423
KremerK@colheights.k12.mn.us 


Rich Loken
Adult Enrichment Coordinator
763-528-4603
lokenr@colheights.k12.mn.us


Jackie Mosqueda-Jones
North Park Pre-K Program
763-528-4324
MosquedJ@colheights.k12.mn.us