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Basic Math W19
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Basic Math W19

$35

with Paula Raymond

Calendar Jan 22, 2019 at 9 am, runs for 15 weeks

This course is ideal for adult students who want to refresh or build and develop the basic skills of math that are necessary for further integration into more complicated math skills. Academic areas to be covered: place value, units of measure, four operations, automaticity in addition and multiplication, reading one-step and two-step word problems, tables/graphs, conversions, maps, math vocabulary and finally, introduction to fractions/decimals. This course will also assist parents of children in early education to work with them at home. It builds self-confidence, pride in accomplishment and the ability to share their knowledge with their children. Limit 15 students. No class Feb. 19, and Apr. 16.

Better Living Module 1: Conflict Resolution W19
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Better Living Module 1: Conflict Resolution W19

Free

with Linda Davis

Calendar Jan 22, 2019 at 1 pm, runs for 5 weeks

This course will assist students to develop the skills necessary to be successful in their life and careers. The class will cover topics in a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere. The class will be offered in three modules. Students may take one or all three modules. Each module will meet once a week for five 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-third credit towards a high school diploma. Community members are always welcome and encouraged. No class Feb. 19, and Apr. 16.

Better Living Module 2: Identifying Your Strengths and Skills W19

Free

with Linda Davis

Calendar Mar 5, 2019 at 1 pm, runs for 5 weeks

This course will assist students to develop the skills necessary to be successful in their life and careers. The class will cover topics in a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere. The class will be offered in three modules. Students may take one or all three modules. Each module will meet once a week for five 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-third credit towards a high school diploma. Community members are always welcome and encouraged. No class Feb. 19, and Apr. 16.

Better Living Module 3: Leadership Skills W19

Free

with Linda Davis

Calendar Apr 9, 2019 at 1 pm, runs for 5 weeks

This course will assist students to develop the skills necessary to be successful in their life and careers. The class will cover topics in a safe, non-judgmental atmosphere. The class will be offered in three modules. Students may take one or all three modules. Each module will meet once a week for five 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-third credit towards a high school diploma. Community members are always welcome and encouraged. No class Feb. 19, and Apr. 16.

Business Math W19

$35

with Paula Raymond

Calendar Jan 23, 2019 at 11:30 am, runs for 15 weeks

The purpose of this course is to give students the basics of math while exploring financial literacy. During this course, students will learn to perform operations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percentages. Additionally, they will gain a greater understanding of the financial issues that affect their lives now: budgeting money, understanding a paycheck, buying a car and choosing a credit card. Students will also be introduced to financial topics that they will encounter in the years to come as they finish school and enter the workforce. Mortgages, rent, insurances, utilities, groceries, entertainment, investing, and saving for retirement will be topics in this course. This course is offered to students earning a high school diploma as well as the general public. Limit 15 students. No class Feb. 20, and Apr. 17.

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Business Writing & Communication W19

$35

with Paula Raymond

Calendar Jan 28, 2019 at 2:30 pm, runs for 15 weeks

This English course will focus in writing and communication in the workplace. The course will introduce formatting, punctuation, spelling, editing, tone and language, audience, special purpose writing and how to write business correspondence through email. The majority of lessons and assignments will be done electronically, so students should be proficient with basic computer skills and word document creation. Limit 15 students. No class Feb. 18, and Apr. 15.

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Civics and American Government Messalonskee W19

$35

with Scott Talcove

Calendar Jan 28, 2019 at 3 pm, runs for 15 weeks

This class will cover the three branches of government at the federal, state, and local levels. It will be hands-on and project based. Please bring a notebook to class each week. Storm dates may be on a day other than Monday and will be announced in advance. Limit 10 students.

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English Language Arts W19
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English Language Arts W19

$35

with Paula Raymond

Calendar Jan 24, 2019 at 11:30 am, runs for 15 weeks

This course is a college-level reading course designed to help students improve their reading comprehension and ability to do critical analysis. Students will develop advanced vocabulary skills and improve reading speed and comprehension in assignments involving high interest level readings along w/local newspapers and magazines. The instruction is logical and sequential while integrating the skills of recognizing, understanding, identifying and evaluating a piece of written work with the express purpose of developing critical thinking skills. No class Feb. 21, and Apr. 18.





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