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As a service to South Washington County Schools' parents, students and community, the district provides space for non-profit and school groups to post notices regarding special events, programs and activities. The organizations and activities represented here may or may not be related to or sponsored by South Washington County Schools. 

Group/Organization eligibility for community postings: 

  • The requesting entity must be a local Non-Profit Organization, District 833 Parent Group (including PTA-PTO's and Boosters), or District 833 Student Organization.

  • Information shared must be an offer of student opportunities to enhance student achievement and wellness and/or support District 833 programs and opportunities. 

  • Information will not include any reference to political views. 

  • Each group/organization will be allowed to share no more than four electronic flyers over the course of the school year (commencing July 1 and ending June 30). NOTE: Each city is an organization - each athletic association is an organization. 

Groups/organizations meeting this criteria can send their pdf document, contact information, organization name and title of the flyer to flyers@sowashco.org. Any questions can also be directed to flyers@sowashco.org.

Community Connections Flyers

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Healthy Kids Running Series

Amber Bisek hkrsstillwater@gmail.com 651-592-2132
Families with children in preschool-eighth grade are invited to take part in the Healthy Kids Running Series at Oak Land Middle School in April and May. Learn more at: https://www.healthykidsrunningseries.org/race-locations/stillwater/.
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Sexual Exploitation Awareness & Training Event

February 8 OR 9, (identical presentations each day.) The morning topics (free) include Why prevention matters, Fighting for Restoration in a Pornified Culture and Understanding Trauma. Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m. and the session will be held from 9:00 a.m. to noon. The afternoon session (12:30-3:30) will feature training on a curriculum called Power Over Predators that helps people recognize and prevent sexual exploitation. Fee and registration is required for afternoon training. It is perfect for schools, churches or community organizations. It covers such topics as Signs of a Predator, Internet and the Brain and Healthy Relationships. We are honored to have Lisa Hansen, child sex trafficking survivor and Educational Director of Sold No More, as presenter for this event. Details and registration at www.castmn.org.
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Sexual Exploitation Awareness & Fundraising Event

Citizens Against Sex Trafficking (C.A.S.T.) is hosting an awareness and fundraising event on January 27 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Oak Marsh Golf Club at 526 Inwood Av. N. in Oakdale, MN. A $20 donation is requested. This will include light appetizers and a cash bar. We will give an update on C.A.S.T. 2018 accomplishments and host a panel of leaders in the fight against sex trafficking in the east metro: Country attorneys, Pete Orput (Washington), John Choi (Ramsey), and Jim Backstrom (Dakota) and Oakdale Police Chief Bill Sullivan. Details and RSVP at www.castmn.org.
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Winter Luau Party

stonesoupthrift@yahoo.com 651-458-9786
Enjoy summertime fun in the Winter at Stone Soup Thrift Shop's Winter Luau Party. There will be a hula hoop contest, limbo contest, multiple 50/50 raffles, a meat raffle, silent auction and costume contest. Funds raised will benefit Basic Needs Inc., a non-profit providing assistance and support to those in need. The event will be held on Saturday, Jan. 26 from 12 - 5 p.m. at Park Place, 200 Broadway Ave., St. Paul Park. Tickets for the event include a meal and cost $10 for an adult/teen ($15 on day of event) and $5 for children aged 4-12 ($10 on day of event). Tickets for children under four are free. Tickets can be purchased at www.stonesoupthriftshop.org.