Summer Opportunities

Summer Opportunities
Posted on 06/03/2019

Looking for something fun and/or educational for your student to do this summer? We will update this list as we receive more information about summer programs in the Woodbury area. Check back for updates!


Summer Campus & YOUTH Force Programs

Both summer school programs are run through District 833 Targeted Services and will take place at Park High School in Cottage Grove this summer. Registration information will be mailed to your student. For more information, please contact Jana Zaremba, District 833 Extended Learning Coordinator, at 651-425-6640.

Community Education Athletic Camps and Clinics

For all ages


Community Education Youth Summer Programs

Includes swimming, gymnastics, STEM, music, art, and more! All ages.

Summer Catalog

Skoolie Bus - FREE Activities & Food for Kids!

  • Mondays |  6/17-8/12 | 5 - 6:30 p.m. | Royal Oaks Elementary, 7335 Steepleview Rd. Woodbury, MN 55125
  • Tuesdays  | 6/18-8/13 | 5 - 6:30 p.m. | Newport Elementary, 851 6th Ave Newport, MN 55055
  • Wednesdays  | 6/19-8/14 | 5 - 6:30 p.m. |  Pullman Elementary 1260 Selby Ave. St. Paul Park, MN 55071
  • Thursdays  | 6/19-8/15 | 5 - 6:30 p.m. |  Armstrong Elementary, 8855 Inwood Ave. Cottage Grove, MN 55016


Summer Reading Skills Program

Woodbury location for middle schoolers is Rasmussen College. Elementary and High School Programs also available. See flyer for details.


Teen Summer Reading with Washington County Library

Learn more about "Level Up"

Summer Reading List Suggestions


916 Career and Tech Middle School Program - Nitro X

For incoming 7th and 8th grade students

Flyer  | Registration Form

Podcast Camp - FREE

Write, Act, Speak, and Create Original Stories. Learn more here.


Summer Learning Opportunities in Washington County

Check out offerings at the Library, Park, City of Cottage Grove, Carpenter Nature Center, Summer SOAR, Puppet Wagon, and more! All ages.


Explore Washington County Parks

FREE Tuesday Schedules

Youth Service Bureau Awareness Programs

Bullying, Chemical Awareness, Social Media Use, Conflict, Theft, etc. Learn more here.


Summer Meals:

There are sites serving free meals all across the state at parks, recreation centers, community centers, libraries, and schools.  Check out these ways to locate free meals near you:

  • Download mobile app for Summer Eats Minnesota
  • Visit Summer Food Rocks for more information
  • Text “summer meals” to 97779. Have your address ready to locate closest serving site
  • Create your own Family Mealtime Challenge, additional information can be found on Woodbury Thrives


Visit Doing Good Together for family friendly volunteer opportunities!

Visit Youth Service Bureau for more summer ideas!