TURNER – SAD 52 River Valley Adult and Community Education has a variety of class offerings for the winter/spring semester. Diploma, General Educational Development and post-secondary classes are ongoing. There is an open door policy and an individual education plan for those who wish start their educational quest.

The Adult Basic Education program provides basic instruction in reading, writing and math. Students work individually with the instructor. The English As a Second Language has two instructors who help students understand and speak English.

A majority of the classes will start in February and there are still openings in most. Subjects will include General Biology with Lab, Basic Welding, Small Engine Repair, Woodworking, Maine Guide School, Spanish I, French I and II, Introduction to Basic Signing, “Will Medicare Pay for Home Health Care?,” Yoga and Meditation, Tai Chi 1-2-3, “Buy a Motorcycle, Go See America!,” “Discovering Natural Temperaments,” Driver Education, “Quilt Addiction” and “Zone 4 Perennials: The Best Ones.”

March and April classes will include Microsoft Office Series, Beginning Computer, Basic Elevator Rescue, Introduction to Brain Gym, PAR101: Good Discipline, Good Kids, Blood Pressure and Cholesterol Screening, “How to Sell More without Sounding Like Everyone Else,” Baby-Sitter Training, Tae Kwon Do for Children, Boston day trip, “Color Your Face Beautiful,” Creative Twist Basket, Creative Twist Doll, Maine Driving Dynamics, Sewing Machine Repair and Tatting.

May classes will include PAR201: Keeping Peace at Home, Bow Hunter and Hunter and Gun Safety, ATV Safety Class, Driver Education and Reptiles and Amphibians Workshop.

Monday and Wednesday exercise classes are ongoing as is the open weight room at Leavitt Area High School on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. Several classes will be offered once a date is determined: Raku Pottery, Psychic Development for Beginners and Self-Defense for Children and Adults with John Jenkins.

For additional information on classes or to request a registration form, call the Adult Education office at 225-3478 or e-mail [email protected]


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