TURNER – SAD 52 Adult and Community Education of Greene, Leeds and Turner announces the following winter/spring classes:

Math class will begin Feb. 6. Diploma, GED, college prep instruction in math, pre-algebra I and II, trigonometry, geometry, basic accounting and Central Maine Community College articulated credits in MAT 100 and MAT 122 will be offered. There are a limited number of one-on-one tutoring sessions available by appointment.

Students enrolled in the general biology with lab will study the cellular process, genetics, ecology and the environment. The 10-week class starting Feb. 6 will include lab time and video presentations. It is appropriate for individuals who want to apply for college.

A 12-week music theory and improvisation course will commence Feb. 6. Topics will include chord and scale structure, intervals, sight-singing, chord progressions and composition.

A yoga and Pilates series will also begin Feb. 6, appropriate for all levels. If there is enough interest, it may be extended for an additional six weeks.

An evening English will class start Feb. 7, refreshing basic English/grammar skills. Intermediate French I will begin Feb. 7 for 10 weeks; Beginners French for 10 weeks, Feb. 8.

An AFLAC class will be held Feb. 9 at Leavitt Area High School; Feb. 16, Greene Central School; and March 2, Leeds Central School. The supplemental insurance will be explained. Beginners Spanish class will start Feb. 9 for 10 weeks.

SAD 52 will offer an opportunity to take private piano lessons commencing Feb. 9 for 15 weeks. All ages and any level are welcome.

An on-going U.S. History, Government and World Studies class may be taken for one high school credit.

The Coyne Adult CPR and First Aid course on Feb. 13 and 15 provides the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care for adults who are victims of breathing or cardiac emergencies or sudden illnesses, such as diabetic emergencies. Participants will receive a one-year certification in adult CPR and a three-year certification in first aid.

Introduction to Belly Dance, a new offering, will begin Feb. 13 and run for six weeks. It will cover the basic movements, history, styles, combinations and music interpretation of the dance. It is low impact and good for toning.

A basic woodworking 10-week class will begin Feb. 14. It will include safe use of all tools and equipment as well as design and construction.

A six-week class starting Feb. 14 is titled “How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be.” Learn techniques to help set goals and take the steps necessary to reach them.

Maine Guide School, beginning Feb. 15 for 13 weeks, is designed to prepare the student for the oral and written exam to become a guide in hunting, fishing or recreation.

Participants will become certified in CPR and first aid.

For more information or to get a copy of the winter/spring catalogue, call Adult Education in Turner at 225-3478.


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