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Basic English - Spring 2017

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with Sue Schofield, Biddeford Adult Education

Jan 24, 2017 at 9 am, runs for 15 weeks
This class will help you understand the structures of grammar, reading, and writing. You will be surprised at how quickly you will succeed, and how well you will write a memoir. Sign up today. NO CLASS FEB 21 & APRIL 18

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Basic Math - WS17

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with Alverta Dyar, Lawrence Adult Education

Jan 31, 2017 at 9 am, runs for 16 weeks

This class covers addition, subtraction, multiplication tables and division, whole numbers, estimating, beginning word problems, and patterns.

No class Feb 21 & 23 - Winter Break and Apr 18 & 20 - Spring Break.

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Basic Math M/W Winter Academic

$35

with Judy Perkins, MSAD#1 Adult Education

Dec 12, 2016 at 2 pm, runs for 11 weeks

Students will review basic math facts and operations, as well as learn mathematics vocabulary. Students will be able to apply the four basic mathematic operations. Percent, measurement, formulas, equations, ratio and proportion will also be covered. Homework will be assigned.

Must register in person. 

 

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Basic Math W17

$35

with Paula Raymond, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education

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 2: Conflict Resolution W17

Free

with Linda Davis, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education

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.

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

Free

with Paula Raymond, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education

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.

Best Steps Forward Module 4: Coping With Stress W17

Free

with Alice Openshaw, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education

Mar 21, 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.

Best Steps Forward Module 5: Self-Advocacy W17

Free

with Paula Raymond, Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education

Mar 23, 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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