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Adult Education Program Guide

download the adult ed program guideSpring 2014 Adult Education Program Guide [PDF].

Spring 2014

The Spring 2014 Adult Education Program Guide is now available online. Download the Program Guide [PDF]. Classes begin in mid February. A printed guide will be mailed to all district residents in early February.

Please note the following correction to the printed guide:

  • Gentle Yoga is a six week course that runs through May 27.

Registration Details

You must register for all programs even though there may be no cost for the course. Registration occurs on a 'first-come, first-served' basis, so register early. Once your check is received, you are considered registered. You will not receive a registration confirmation, but you will be notified if a class is full or canceled. In the event that a program is canceled, you will receive a refund 30 days after receiving notification of the cancellation.

The Adult Education Program is intended for individuals 18 years of age and older. However, the age threshold may vary as indicated in course descriptions. For example, the defensive driving course is open to children as young as 16 and some courses are restricted to individuals 21 years of age and older. Limited exceptions may also be made at the instructor's discretion.

More about the Adult Education Program

Children aren't the only ones who benefit from quality local schools. Schalmont schools are open to adults in the community who want to have some healthy fun, learn new skills or creatively express themselves in the areas of:

  • Creative Arts
  • Food & Drink
  • Health & Fitness
  • Life Skills
  • Technology
  • Trips

Most classes are offered at a minimal fee, and several are discounted or free for resident senior citizens. These fees allow the program to be self-sustaining (i.e., classes are not included in the annual school budget).  

Call for Talented Instructors

Have a talent to share with the community? Want to teach a class about it? If so, please contact the Adult Education Office at 355-9200, ext. 4005, or e-mail dnotar@sabrenet.net to find out about opportunities to teach future Adult Education courses.

Cancellations for weather or other emergency

Adult Education courses are cancelled when schools are closed due to inclement weather or other emergencies. When Schalmont is forced to close or delay schools, or dismiss students early due to inclement weather or other emergency conditions, that information is communciated through a variety of tools. Visit the transportation page for more details.