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Community Education

Plainwell Community Education offers exciting learning and recreational opportunities for children and adults of all ages, coordinating youth recreation, enrichment classes, senior and community events. All programs are advertised in School Matters quarterly. The district, through the office of Community Education, continues to host the annual Father-Daughter Dance and Mother-Son Sporting Field Trip.  Swimming classes, exercise classes, special interest classes, and a variety of classes are offered year-round at convenient locations. Our programs are sponsored by Plainwell Community Schools.

Youth Programs:

  • Indoor Soccer
  • Jr. Hoopsters Basketball
  • Jr. Spikers Volleyball
  • Tae Kwon Do
Adult Programs:

  • Aqua Zumba
  • Family Walking
  • Tae Kwon Do
Senior Programs:

  • Senior Exercise
  • Indoor Walking
  • Holiday Brunch
  • Spring Fling
Community Pool

Community Pool at PMS

Program Registration:
You can now register online! Go to RevTrak to register and pay online using a credit card. You may still register and pay in person at the Community Education office or by using the dropbox near our front door.
If you have any questions regarding any of our Community Education programs or our current office hours, please call the office and ask Kathy for more details at (269) 685-9531.

Make Payments Online!

 

 

We also invite you to stop in to pick up any of the following information:

  • Community Education classes held throughout the year
  • Renaissance Alternative High School
  • Renaissance Adult Completion School
  • Swim passes & Golden Age passes
  • Information on the Plainwell community
  • Voter registration forms
  • Copies of Plainwell Community Schools’ newsletter, School Matters

Click Here for more info on Community Recreation!

Click Here for more info on Seniors in Action!

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DATES: 9/10, 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/8, 10/15, 10/22, 11/5 (Saturdays)
COST: $125 for the full 8-week session or $33/visit for up to three visits

Community Education Staff

Community Education Staff

Tammy Glupker, Director – 685-1573
Bob Farris, Recreation, 685-9531
Andrea Murphy, Pool, 685-2425
Kathy Elliott, Secretary and Senior Citizen Coordinator, 685-9531

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