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Digi-Blocks Kindergarten Math: October
with Tammy Willey
This 3 session class is a concrete introduction to math skills developed by a Harvard professor who loves children. Students LOVE “playing” with these blocks! Lessons include, but are not limted to: counting, number sense, area, and perimeter. Ages 4-6.
Hunter Safety (M,T,W,Th)
with John Graves
Sponsored by Inland Fisheries & Wildlife, this class is required by Maine State Law for those sixteen years and older who are seeking an adult hunting license for the first time. It is recommended that students be at least thirteen years of age to take this class. Will teach firearms safety, hunter responsibility and ethics, map and compass, first aid and survival, game identification and proper care, Maine State hunting laws.
with Patricia LeBlanc
Kids will learn how to measure ingredients, follow a recipe and prepare basic snacks and meals using a microwave, griddle and kettle. All supplies are included. Please let us know if there are any food allergies.
Knitting/Crocheting* (1/2 credit)
with Wilma Winslow
Learn how to hold needles, cast on stitches, and read a pattern. An experienced teacher will lead you through the steps of learning to knit and/or crochet.
Pageant Judging Certification Workshop
with Kathy Maynard
Become a certified pageant judge
Red Cross Babysitter Certification-Age 11-15 (T/W/Th)
with Penny Kern
Students ages 11-15 interested in babysitting are encouraged to take this Red Cross Certification course. Learn how to gain leadership skills necessary to build a business as well as the appropriate amount to charge your clients. Learn basic infant and child care skills, basic first aid and an introduction to CPR. Participants are encouraged to bring a snack and drink.