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Introduction to Emergency Management in the U.S.
with MindEdge Instructor, MSAD#1 Adult & Community Education
Emergency management is a critical and expanding field; climate change has increased the extent and frequency of natural disasters, and terrorism is a growing threat. Therefore, emergency managers play an increasingly vital role across the whole community and all levels of government. This course is designed for learners who are studying emergency management for the first time, preparing for a new career or job role in emergency management, or seeking to refresh their knowledge of foundational concepts.
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MSAD 52 Substitute Training - Now Available On Request!
with Theresa Gillis, MSAD 52 Adult & Community Education
Learn about school expectations, lesson plans and assertive discipline. Individuals will come to the office to watch a training video, receive resources, ask questions and begin/complete the onboarding process.
Once the online registration process is finished, our Human Resources Specialist, Amy Pelletier will reach out to you to make an appointment. Valid CHRC is required, help with this process is available. A high school diploma is required/college degree preferred.
Call 225-1028 for more information.
KNITTING WITH THE “KNOTTY KNITTERS”
with Sue Moulton, Sacopee Valley Adult & Community Education
The “Knotty Knitters” is a group of fiber enthusiasts with skill levels ranging from beginner to advanced. The members would like to invite new individuals to join. If you’re a novice, instructional support can be arranged. If you’re a pro, this is an opportunity to pass along your knowledge. This group meets year-round except for major holidays. Ongoing. Join anytime!
Number Skills for College - Online
with January Hapworth, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education
Note: This class will be offered virtually through a combination of email, texting, Zoom, and/or online learning. Students will occasionally be required to come to Skowhegan Area High School for testing.
This course will prepare students for Algebra I and/or entry-level college math. Whether you need a refresher before registering for your first college math course or need to improve your scores on the ACCUPLACER, you will find this course helpful. There will be a review of whole number operations, fractions, decimals, percentages, and other essential math skills. Word problems and the language of math will be explored.
Reading Skills for College
with Mariah Smith, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education
Effective reading comprehension is essential to success at the college level and to advance in one’s career. This course is designed to help students improve reading comprehension and critical analysis. An emphasis is placed on developing vocabulary and improving reading speed. Assignments introduce students to college level textbooks, outlining strategies, and critical researching skills.
Remote instruction by appointment on Monday and Wednesday afternoons.
with Diane Beaudoin, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education
“Qi” means energy and “Gong” means practice. Learn to circulate the energy in specific channels—called meridians—by using movement and breathing techniques. When the energy flows freely, you feel vitality, health, and happiness.
Beginners Hatha Yoga - ONLINE ONE
with Gabrielle Hunter, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education
This will be a ZOOM class. An email with the link will be sent once you have registered.
This is a gentle beginners yoga class focusing on body alignment, breathing techniques, balance and strengthening in a slow paced and open environment. Class will end with relaxation/meditation techniques and allow time to experience how your yoga practice is evolving. If you have any special physical issues, chronic pain or injury, please contact the instructor before the first day of class to go over health concerns; we may need to identify strategies/supports to help you experience the best class possible.
Participants will need a yoga mat, 2 blocks if you have them, 1 yoga strap, 1 blanket.
with Ellen Curtis, RSU #3 Adult & Community Education
Lace up your sneakers, grab your music and a friend and com einside for some walking fun. Don't be a couch potato this winter!
The Mt. View Complex has been mapped out for community members to get some exercise! Add a spin aroudn the trach for some fresh air. Pre-registration is required adn there will be an orientation on your first night. Cost is a one time $5 registration fee per year.