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The North Branch Area Library is part of the East Central Regional Library system and offers a wide variety of resources including books, dvds, computer services, educational programming, a meeting room and more.

District #138 is a dynamic district with an enrollment of about 3,000 students. This district serves a large portion of Chisago and Isanti counties including the communities of Almelund, Harris, Kost, North Branch, Stacy, Sunrise, Stark and Spring Lake. The district has one elementary school, a middle school, a high school and also offers distance learning, and all day everyday kindergarten.

Dr. Deb Henton, Superintendent of North Branch Area Public Schools.

North Branch Schools’ Community Education department offers:

Adult Basic Education & General Education Development, Adults with Disabilities service, Arts Fest, Craft Classes, Computer Courses and On-Line Classes, Marvelous Mondays Program, Parenting Classes for adults raising Kindergarten – Eighth graders, Youth Connection, Summer Trips, Sports Camps and Classes, and Summertime Concerts in the Park.

In addition to the program areas, Community Education schedules District #138 facilities for both school and community organizations. Most importantly, North Branch Community Education is about identifying and meeting real community needs! This is accomplished through active citizen involvement and by utilizing both school and community resources.

Youth Connections and School Age Care for K-6th graders

Early Childhood Education provides programming for families with children birth- kindergarten entry, parent – child classes, School Readiness programs, Community Preschool, activity events, field trips, individual parent education and developmental screening.

Chamber Contact: Erica Bjerketvedt

Our mission is to provide superior education and social services that enhance the communities we serve.

Room for Growing Educational Learning Center offers a flexible comprehensive preschool educational program and a nurturing stimulating environment for infants and toddlers. We provide care for children 6 weeks through 5 years. Room for Growing believes that every child is a special and unique individual. Our main goal is to develop happy and secure children by fostering independence, developing a positive self-worth, and building confidence. Our programs build a firm foundation for children to be lifelong learners and develop a love for learning. Room for Growing provides consistent and reasonable limits so children can respond with respect for themselves and others.

We affirm parents are the most important people in the lives of their children. We have established and will promote healthy parent partnerships. We will work toward bridging the gap between home and childcare.

At Room for Growing we are dedicated to the development and training of staff. Room for Growing and the staff stay on the forefront of early childhood development, reassessing our goals and visions for the future, and keeping our focus on building quality educational programs.

Open Mon-Fri 6:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Four locations: North Branch, Chisago City and two in Forest Lake.

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