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Rockford School District 883:
The Rockford School District consists of three schools.  An elementary school for grades kindergarten through five, a middle school for grade six through eight, and a high school serving grades nine through 12. The district has a student population of approximately 1515 and a staff of approximately 100. The district community population is approximately 8,640.  This district includes all or parts of the following communities-- Buffalo, Rockford, Greenfield, and Corcoran-- and encompasses 42.43 square miles across both Hennepin and Wright counties.

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Buffalo School District 877:
The Buffalo School District covers 157 square mile area that includes Buffalo, Hanover, Montrose and the surrounding townships. With a district population of over 25,000 residents, over 5,800 students attend six elementary schools for grades kindergarten through five, a middle school for grades six through eight, a high school and alternative high school for grades nine through twelve.

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Community Education:
The Rockford Community Education’s mission is to encourage, assist and engage district residents of all ages and abilities in their pursuit of life-long learning. Community Education is charged with preparing our youngest learners for that first day of kindergarten, educating parents about how to best support their child’s learning, providing safe and enriching places to learn and play when children are not in school.  It also works to teach adult learners literacy and workplace skills, engaging adults and senior citizens in continued learning opportunities, and most importantly, creating a culture that engages the entire community in the process of teaching and learning. 

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Riverworks is a Community Development Organization founded by members of Riverwood Covenant Church. Riverworks is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit separate from the church with its own staff, board, and bookkeeping system. Riverworks operates programming through “works projects” that is for all community members, regardless of their religious beliefs or affiliation. Riverworks believes in multi-dimensional solutions including emotional, physical, and spiritual elements to meet community needs. 

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Rockford Lions Club:
The Rockford Lions Club, formed in the community on April 25, 1956, has a long history of service to the area.  Lions make an impact worldwide, through programs like our ambitious Sight First campaign, which is an effort to stamp out preventable blindness throughout the world.  Locally, our organization has the opportunity to make an impact in a variety of ways in and around the community.

Except for special events, the Rockford Lions meet on the third Monday of each month, starting at 7:00 PM in the Lions Building at Riverside Park.  For more information, visit the Lions club website.

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