Summer of Learning 2020

WDMCS Community Education is thrilled to be offering a modified version of our Summer of Learning program this July. Registration is now open! 

View Classes and Register Online

Student Health & Safety

To prioritize student and family safety, program changes include smaller class sizes and modified class schedules. Participants and staff will be screened daily for any symptoms of illness. Finally, all programs will be run using health and hygiene guidelines, including frequent hand washing and disinfecting of surfaces, encouraged use of face masks by staff, and social distancing for staff and participants.

Visit our COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines web page for more detailed information.

COVID-19 Health & Safety Guidelines

Class Cancellations

Due to closures of all district buildings through at least June 30, 2020, the following programs have been cancelled for the summer of 2020: Safety Town and Safety Town Volunteers, Summer Strings, and Summer Adventures in Learning (SAIL). Rehearsal Band has also been canceled, but private lessons are available virtually.

In addition, Preschool Creations has been canceled due to the continued need for social distancing.

How to Register

WDMCS Community Education is currently closed to minimize the spread of COVID-19. You can still register for Summer of Learning in the following ways:

Register online at:

Phone in your registration to 515-633-5001 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Please have your registration information ready before calling to avoid delays.

Your phone call will go to voicemail and you will be asked to leave your name and phone number. WDMCS Community Education will return your call to complete the registration process. We thank you for your patience during this time!

In-person registration is on hold until further notice. Please do not mail completed registration forms
or drop off forms and/or payment at the LRC.

Summer of Learning Catalog

Due to the circumstances surrounding COVID-19 and changes to summer programming, we have removed the Summer 2020 catalog from the website to help avoid confusion.

If you would like to request a digital copy of the catalog, please contact Sue Otte, continuing education coordinator, at Paper catalogs will not be available this year.

COVID-19 and WDMCS Summer

Please visit the WDMCS website for the most recent updates about the impact of COVID-19 on summer at WDMCS.