Upcoming Workshops and Classes - Call Today to Register!
April 6, 2015: Hunter Safety – Class is full!
April 7, 2015: Movie Time! Instructor: Jeff Evans -- This class is designed to enhance your understanding of movies by learning how plot and different film techniques work together to create the finished story. We will examine four full-length films: Psycho (horror), Stagecoach (western), Dr. Strangelove (comedy) and Chinatown (detective). Film principles will be introduced by the instructor and then the class will proceed by screening and discussion. (Students will need to have watched the films outside of class.)
April 8, 2015: Transition Towns, or how to make it through the next few decades Instructor: Iver Lofving -- Climate change, shifting energy practices, and global competition are redefining how we work and live in Central Maine. A Transition Town has been established in Central Maine that will allow local residents to explore the possibilities of redefining the future through creative energy practices and increased reliance on local resources. This transition is already evident in the re- emergence of local agriculture and tourism. It is recommended that class participants read the “Transition Handbook” written by Rob Hopkins. It can be purchased from your favorite book seller: ISBN-13:978-0857842152
April 13, 2015: Microsoft Powerpoint 2013Instructor: Raelene Allen -- PowerPoint is a powerful computer software program that enables you to create visually dynamic presentations. With PowerPoint, you can create individual slides and display them as a slide show on your computer, a video projector, or over the Internet. A professional-looking presentation will include formatted text and visual elements such as charts, graphics, and photographs in conjunction with text to help communicate the presentation message. Visual elements keep the presentation interesting, illustrate concepts, and help an audience focus on what a presenter is saying.
If you have a craft and/or hobby that you would like to share with others -
Please submit this Course Proposal by June 1, 2015.
Monday - Thursday 10 am to 7 pm
Friday - 9am to Noon
During Spring Break in April - office closed.
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Skowhegan Area Adult & Community Education recently received a $5000 grant through the ConnectME Broadband Technical Assistance Initiative. Grant funds will be used to purchase laptop computers that can be used throughout the program to allow electronic academic assessment, broaden and enhance instructional practices, and improve the quality of data collection and analysis. A portion of the funds will fund staff training on the use of available online resources to strengthen intake, assessment, advising, and instructional practices.
Transcript Request - If you would like your transcript sent to a college or to yourself, please fill out the Transcript Request Form and send it to email@example.com. Please allow up to two weeks.
Out of District Fee: If you are not a resident of MSAD 54, please add a $20 out of district fee to each course for which you are registering.
Refund Reminder - If we cancel a class, or if you are unable to start a class, notify Adult and Community Education prior to the first class and in both instances you will receive a full refund. If you withdraw prior to the second class, we will refund your tuition, materials, book, and lab fees, but the registration fee and personal expenses are not refundable. No refunds will be made after the second class, no exceptions. Refund payments are by check and mailed to the address on the registration form. No cash refunds. Allow two to four weeks for processing.
The MARTI project is funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
RSU 54 / MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education and HiSET®Testing Service is committed to ensuring access to the HiSET® test for all individuals with disabilities and supports the intention of the Americans with Disabilities Act as Amended (ADAAA). If you have a disability that could keep you from taking the HiSET®Tests in the way they are usually given, you might be entitled to receive reasonable testing accommodations. Please ask the Adult Education Office for a Request for Testing Accommodations form. Reasonable accommodations are available for documented physical or chronic disabilities, learning or other cognitive disability, emotional and mental health disability, and attention-deficit and hyperactivity disorder. All test takers requesting any accommodations must register by mail through ETS Disability Services and have their accommodations approved before their test can be scheduled. For more information, please see the HiSET®Testing Service web site for information about accommodations for candidates with disabilities.