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Individualized Career Counseling


with Diane Ross, York Adult Education

Calendar Jul 1, 2021

Looking for guidance in order to find your path to a career? Planning a career change? Diane can help! By Appointment, Cost: Free You pick the date!

These classes are in person at the York Adult Education, or livestreamed on your computer.

Literacy Donation


with York Adult Education

Calendar Sep 1, 2021

Thank you for your interest in supporting York Adult and Community Education's literacy programs through your generous donation.  Please click on the register button to donate, which will then bring you to a page where you choose the amount to donate up to $500.  (For any donation above $500, please call our office at 207-363-7922.)  Thank you!

Northern Viewpoints Book Club: 10 Books


with Christa Galipeau, MSAD#1 Adult & Community Education

Calendar Oct 7, 2021 at 6 pm
1 additional session on Sep 1, 2022

We have received a grant from Maine Humanities Council to offer a book club at a very low cost of only $10/month. This includes the cost of the books each month as well the group discussion. The club will meet the first Thursday of each month. 

This year we will be reading banned books through out history.  Our theme is "This is the book club your momma warned you about."  While we are discussing about the book we will also be talking/discussing about why they were banned and if it was justified.

This discount will only be offered til Aug 31st.  After that the fee will be $10 per month.

Sept 1 - 1984 by George Orwell

Oct 6 - Maus I & II by Art Spieglman

Nov 3 - Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

Dec 1 - From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler by Deckle Edge

Jan 5 - Huck Finn - Mark Twain

Feb 2 - The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian by Sherman Alexie

Mar 2 - George by Alex Gino

Apr 6 - All American Boys by Jason Reynolds

May & June will be chosen by Book Club members.

Will run

Gift Certificate


with York Adult Education

Calendar Jan 1, 2022

Wow! The person you are giving this gift certificate to is really lucky!  What a great gift - the gift of learning!  Please click on the register button, which will then bring you to a page where you choose the amount of your gift certificate.  (For any help, please call our office at 207-363-7922.)  Thank you!



with MSAD#1 Adult & Community Education

Calendar Jan 1, 2022

What is Voxy EnGen?

It's a language upskilling online platform for organizations, educational, and government institutions who want to support English learning for economic mobility, civic participation, and a better quality of life for workers, immigrants, and refugees. EnGen can be used as a supplemental study tool for self-motivated individuals or it can be integrated into an existing educational curriculum and managed by a coordinator. EnGen supports learners at any level for career pathways, academic goals, and social integration. 

The Learner Experience: Through a friendly and easy-to-use app, students can access EnGen on their phone (and other devices) 24/7 as long as they have wi-fi and a pair of headphones with a mic. Initially, students create a learner profile to establish language learning goals and personal interests. They can choose to navigate the app in their L1 if their language is one of the 67 options currently supported by EnGen. 

New students will also take a proficiency test on grammar, reading, listening, and oral fluency. The assessment takes up to 20-40 minutes to complete after which students will be assigned a CEFR level. This assessment is generally prompted repeated every three months to measure proficiency gains. They can view a graphic of how their skills in reading, writing, listening, speaking, vocabulary, and grammar are progressing.

Through a catalog of available courses at their proficiency level, students can choose up to three courses to participate in at a time. Task-based lessons offer a variety of interactive games and use 100% real-world English media. Contrastly, if an organization chooses to integrate EnGen lessons into an existing curriculum, specific courses with target language goals can be assigned to students by an educational coordinator. In-app tools such as a translator, mini grammar guide, and word bank are readily available on the screen during lessons.  One of the coolest aspects of the program is the 30-minute live group conversation lessons. Students can reserve classes on topics at their proficiency level and according to what goals and interests settings they have reported in their profile. There are even preview lessons to help shy learners prepare themselves in advance. The EnGen platform offers valuable tools for every learner.

The Teacher Experience:Educators can assign specific courses (such as WIOA-aligned career pathways)Internal tracking metrics measure all aspects of learning through an online command center. Authorized administrators can customize and generate learner performance reports for easy download into Excel or CSV files. For example, you can track study routines, how many minutes a week are spent in certain activities, what lessons were completed, how many group classes they have participated in, as well as how their proficiency levels are changing. These snapshots are great for providing learner feedback on their growth and opportunities as well as supporting your program documentation. 

Further resources such as case studies can be found here on the EnGen website.

HiSET Math Learning Lab


with Jessica Conley, Windham/Raymond Adult Education

Calendar Jan 11, 2022 at 11 am, runs for 16 weeks

This learning lab supports students preparing for the HiSET® mathematics test. Instruction covers test-taking skills as well as problem solving strategies in the content areas of Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, Number Operations and more. This class meets in-person. No classes: 1/17, 2/21-2/25, 4/18-4/22, and 5/30. Class end dates are subject to change.

Instructor: Jessica Conley
In-Person, Tuesdays, 1/11 - 5/31, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM 
Fee: Free 

Creative Play Class I
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Creative Play Class I


with Julie Berube, Biddeford Adult Education

Calendar Jan 19, 2022 at 1 pm, runs for 13 weeks

Parents with children ages 0-3 are invited to join this exciting and active class. We have created an environment in which children and parents can experience new literacy rich activities together through books, music, games, puppet play, and child directed play. Our goal is to provide a space and forum for parents and children to spend time playing and learning together. We invite new participants every week. Come play, learn, and explore with us!

No class: Feb. 23 & April 20

Creative Play Class II
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Creative Play Class II


with Julie Berube, Biddeford Adult Education

Calendar Jan 20, 2022 at 1 pm, runs for 15 weeks

For parents with children ages 3-5, this program will have more of an academic feel. Parents and children will explore the alphabet together. This class will be filled with lots of art projects, painting, cooking, music, and really great books. Our goal is to provide a space and forum for parents and children to have a great time together and develop a love for lifelong learning. We invite new participants every week. Come play, learn, and explore with us!

No class: Feb. 24 & April 21

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