Follow this link to register for Youth Recreational Sports and Community Education classes: B-W Online Purchasing Center
Call 715-688-6200 with registration questions.
Indoor walking is open September to May, only when school is in session: B-W High School: 6:00-8:00 p.m. (Weeknights except during games) Greenfield Elementary School: 4:30-8:00 p.m. (weekdays) Viking Middle School: 6:15-7:15 a.m. & 5:00-8:00 p.m. (Monday, Wednesday, Friday only). Walkers at the high school must use caution, as student athletes may practice in the same space. Those with mobility issues, small children or strollers should walk at Greenfield or Viking. Running is not allowed at any location. Appropriate footwear is required.
CPR is offered monthly year round. Please see the catalog and the online registration portal for more information.
For ages 15 and up meets on the second Saturday of every month at the Woodville Historical Society and the fourth Saturday of the month at The Hazelnut Tree 10:00-11:30 a.m. Bring your own supplies or use those provided. No expectations, just a fun, relaxing activity.
Open Mic Night - Is the first Friday of every month 6:00-8:00 p.m. all ages and experiences welcome. Public is welcome to watch and enjoy. D.J.'s Restuarante Juda. No fees. Call the C.E. office with questions.
Become A Mentor For The B-W Area School District - If you can commit to half an hour to an hour a week to meet with a student as a positive role model and friend, call Jennifer at 715-688-6200. It takes so little time to make such a big difference.
To Contact Community Education:
Located in Room 121-Baldwin-Woodville High School
Office Hours: Typically, M-F 8:30-3:30 year round,
Office Hours may vary call or email to varify daily
Community Education & Mentorship Director:
Baldwin-Woodville Community Education is committed to the unique partnership that exists between the school district and the community it serves. A community school is a place used freely and informally for all aspects of living and learning, maximizing the use of publicly owned facilities. Community Education provides lifelong opportunities for citizens to affect the quality of life within the community by sharing their knowledge, skills and interests with one another, thus promoting dignity, compassion and pride. A community school is a place of learning for all.
Baldwin-Woodville Community Education is a non-profit organization.