Welcome to Mahtomedi Adventure Club|School Age Care

Fall MAC 2021-22 Registration is CLOSED


Please note that we can not confirm any registrations at this time.
Total capacity is based on staffing (which we are working on but is difficult at this time) and the state's student to staff ratio. 
We will update you when we are able to. Thank you for your patience!

Summerahtomedi Adventure Club (MAC) is an affordable school age care program coordinated by Mahtomedi Public Schools Community Education. MAC provides a safe, fun, and enriching “home-base,” where all children have the opportunity to socialize and enjoy their leisure time in a constructive and enriching environment.
Per state standards the MAC staff to student ratio is 1:15 (School Age)

In order to receive care during the School year, No School Days, and Summer you must be registered for the MAC program. School Year and Summer are separate registrations.

Each site is capped and registration is first come, first serve. Space availability is based on staffing.
You MUST currently be enrolled in Mahtomedi Schools in order to register for MAC.

School Year MAC: In K-5th       Summer: Completed K-7th
School Year Information
MAC 2021-22 Registration starts on June 21, 2021
(Online by 9am at the latest)
Summer Information
MAC 2022 Summer Registration starts on February 22nd, 2022
(Online by 9am at the latest) 

Open: June 14 - August 19, 2022
Closed: June 10, 13, and July 4th

No School Day Information
No School Days (dates)
      UPDATED SUMMER 2021 CALENDAR: Click here

Updated 7/14/2021
***Please note that some trips have
moved and we are no longer showing movies on Fridays.

MAC Handbook for Families

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Our priority is to provide child care in the safest way possible. Therefore, the following changes will be necessary to follow state COVID-19 health guidelines and direction from the Minnesota departments of education (MDE) and health (MDH), and the United States Center for Disease Control (CDC):

We will practice social distancing and align with the state safety recommendations by placing students in smaller groups.
Students and staff will be placed in small groups and grouping will be more consistent than regular Adventure Club (less mixing of kids on site)
Movement from one space to another will be limited and controlled.