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Accounting I Messalonskee W17

$35

with Vickie Veilleux

Jan 31, 2017 at 6 pm, runs for 16 weeks

This class will introduce you to the basics of accounting - debits and credits. You will learn to use ledgers, journals, balance sheets, income statements, and spreadsheets. You will need a 3-ring binder, pencil/pen, and calculator for this class. Class will be held on Sept. 20 - which is a district early release day.

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American Short Fiction W17

$35

with Julie Letourneau-Ayers

Jan 19, 2017 at 2:30 pm, runs for 16 weeks

This course offers students the possibility to focus on short stories, their elements and their meanings. Students enrolled in the course will have the opportunity to study the short story as an art form and as an expression of the human experience. As we study the short story we will reflect, analyze, discuss and write about our findings. A variety of short projects will be completed in conjunction with each story. Additionally, there will be quizzes and a final writing project.

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American Sign Language W17

$56

with Carol Sturtevant

Jan 18, 2017 at 5 pm, runs for 16 weeks

This course will emphasize the basics of American Sign Language (ASL) and is appropriate for students who have little or no previous knowledge of ASL. It is also appropriate for students needing diploma credit or credit recovery. A study of the Deaf Community and Deaf Culture will also be emphasized, through the study of culturally appropriate behaviors and the historical aspects of the development and acceptance of ASL as a recognized language. The use of ASL in the classroom will be practiced by students and demonstrated by the instructor throughout the semester. In this way, students will develop beginning conversational skills. Students will be exposed to the following aspects of ASL grammar: basic vocabulary, fingerspelling techniques, numbers, syntax, visual-gestural skills, and grammatical non-manual skills, in order to provide competence in communication. Students will practice receptive and expressive appropriate activities, as a component of successful communication. A textbook will be used to offer a wide range of vocabulary and cultural aspects of the language.

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Basic Computer Skills W17

Free

with Paula Raymond

Jan 17, 2017 at 11:30 am, runs for 16 weeks
Learn the basic computer skills that will gain you entrance into today’s technological world. Without these skills it is impossible in today’s market to seek and find employment. These entry-level computer classes will provide that first step to understanding how the computer “works” and how it can lead to employment opportunities.
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Basic Math W17

$35

with Paula Raymond

Jan 23, 2017 at 11:30 am, runs for 15 weeks
This course is a Level 1 math course designed to help students who need support with basic computation skills e.g., adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing. There will be practice with reading a clock, work related expectations and other everyday life experiences. Students should be prepared to work in areas of budgeting, purchasing, banking and employment skills, in class as well as at home, in order to develop proficiency in all four areas.
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Best Steps Forward Module 1: Building Good Habits W17

Free

with Paula Raymond

Jan 18, 2017 at 11:30 am, runs for 4 weeks

These modules work with students to address barriers that prevent them from going back to school or changing careers. This is a great choice for students who are not sure they can commit to a full-semester course. Each module will meet once a week for four sessions and is independent of the other modules. This allows students to take one or more of the modules over the course of the semester. Each completed module earns a student one quarter credit towards a high school diploma. Community members are also welcome.

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Best Steps Forward Module 2: Conflict Resolution W17

Free

with Linda Davis

Feb 7, 2017 at 9 am, runs for 4 weeks

These modules work with students to address barriers that prevent them from going back to school or changing careers. This is a great choice for students who are not sure they can commit to a full-semester course. Each module will meet once a week for four sessions and is independent of the other modules. This allows students to take one or more of the modules over the course of the semester. Each completed module earns a student one quarter credit towards a high school diploma. Community members are also welcome.

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Best Steps Forward Module 3: Health and Well-Being W17

Free

with Paula Raymond

Mar 1, 2017 at 11:30 am, runs for 4 weeks

These modules work with students to address barriers that prevent them from going back to school or changing careers. This is a great choice for students who are not sure they can commit to a full-semester course. Each module will meet once a week for four sessions and is independent of the other modules. This allows students to take one or more of the modules over the course of the semester. Each completed module earns a student one quarter credit towards a high school diploma. Community members are also welcome.

March 8th, 15th and 22nd - students will meet at the Alfond Youth Center from 11:30 - 2:30.





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