Adult Education Office
Notice Of Change Of Date:
Introduction to Essential Oils start date is now changed to January 17th-1/31.
It has come to our attention that there is a mistake in the Winter/Spring brochure. In the brochure the name of the class is correct but has the wrong description.
Beginning Throwing on the Pottery Wheel and Handbuilding Palluotto
Beginning throwing, centering and raising pottery on the pottery wheel. Basic hand building techniques: coil, slab and pinched pottery. Functional pottery for every day use. Glazing and decorating. Fee includes materials. Each student gets 25lbs. of clay. 8 students needed for class to run.
Registration deadline: 2/14
Begins: 3/7 10 weeks Th 6-9pm Fee: $79
The RSU3 SPICE Family Literacy Program mourns the passing of Barbara Bush, the Founder of the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy. The SPICE Program has received grants over the past several years from the BBFL foundation. Mrs. Bush is a true inspiration, her legacy will live on and continue to impact lives for years and years to come.
Above picture: Pat Hughes, (far right) Director of RSU3 Adult & Community Education with Dorothy (Doro)Bush Koch and Barbara Bush. Pat is receiving a BBFL grant for the RSU#3 SPICE Family Literacy Program.
“Mrs. Bush believed that every man, woman and child should have the opportunity to secure a better life through literacy. In 1989, this belief inspired her to establish the Barbara Bush Foundation for FamilyLiteracy, which has provided educational opportunities for Americans of all ages, in all 50 states, over the past 29 years.” –BBFL Press Release April 17, 2018
The RSU#3 Adult & Community Education program is on the FY16 Maine Adult Education Top Performer list!!!!
The Board of Directors of RSU 3 are proud to announce that the RSU 3 Adult & Community Education, Students & Parents in Cooperative Education (SPICE) Family Literacy Program has recently been selected to receive a $2,500 award from the Library of Congress for their implementation of best practices in literacy promotion. The RSU 3 SPICE program is one of 14 programs in the world to receive the honor this year. The 2016 Library of Congress Literacy Awards were announced by Librarian of Congress, Carla Hayden, at the National Book Festival gala on September 23, 2016.
The Library of Congress awards honor organizations working to promote literacy and reading in the United States and worldwide. These awards recognized those organizations doing exemplary, innovative, and replicable work, and they spotlight the need for global community to unite in striving for universal literacy.
- Members of the RSU 3 SPICE Program are Patricia Hughes, Tammie Leach, Marie Roberts, and Amanda Winchenbach. RSU 3 Superintendent of Schools, Paul Austin, will travel to Washington DC on October 27th to accept the award on behalf of RSU 3 and the Adult & Community Education, SPICE program. The 206 Library of Congress award winners are:
- Afghanistan Center at Kabul University, Kabul;
- Cell Ed, Los Angeles;
- Chicago Literacy Alliance, Chicago;
- Ethiopia Reads, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia;
- GIZPCP, Kabul;
- Library for All, New York;
- National Center on Adult Literacy, Washington, DC
- NCLANA, Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand;
- New York City Department of Homeless Services, New York;
- Rumi Initiative, Tornonto;
- Sipar, Phnom Penh, Cambodia;
- Students and Parents in Cooperative Education, Thorndike, Maine;
- Ze Peao School Programme, João Pessoa, Brazil.
Enrolling in the Health Marketplace may seem a bit dauting-trying to understand all your options and what is required can be confusing, especially if you don’t consider yourself computer savvy. You don’t have to do it along. Join our certified application counselors in the computer lab, where they can assist you and answer your questions while you are completing the enrollment.
Call the RSU#3 Adult Education Office at 568-3426 to register today!!
Congratulations to the Adult Education 2018 Graduates!!!
Beginning in February 2014, RSU 3 residents who seek to earn a high school equivalency diploma for employment or post secondary education purposes will be tested using the HiSET®, an exam created by Educational Testing Services (ETS). This is the same group who administers the SAT test series. This new test will cover five core areas: Language Arts – Reading; Language Arts – Writing, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies.
The great news is that any official GED® exam scores will carry over to the HiSET® exam through a score conversion scale developed by ETS for one year. That means that if you passed an official GED® exam, you will NOT have to re-take that exam.
However, the HiSET® scoring system will include two scoring benchmarks. 1. a minimum passing score range showing skills necessary for high school completion as well as life and job entrance skills and 2. a higher score range showing skills necessary for high school completion and college and career readiness.
Please join us this February to start the process to finish your high school credential!
Call the RSU#3 Adult & Community Education to register at 568-3426
RSU#3 Adult & Community Education is your Community Connection for information on how you can use Maine’s expanding high-speed, broadband internet connectivity to help you meet educational goals, enrich your life, obtain health information, access governmental services and enhance economic and community development. Contact our office and arrange a special presentation on the importance of high speed interent for your civic or social organization.
Look for this symbol in our catalog. It identifies courses and workshops where you’ll about high-speed internet connectivity. This community education program is presented in cooperation with the Maine Department of Education and the ConnectME Authority. Learn more at www.maine.gov/connectme and check the speed on your internet connection.
The MARTI project is funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act State Broadband Infrastructure Program Award Number 23-50-M09062.
TEACHERS AND SUGGESTIONS NEEDED!
This is your community program and we need your support, your suggestions and your participation, as students, as teachers and as community members. If you have a skill, hobby or an idea that you would like to share, we would like to talk to you.
We are always looking for something new and exciting to offer our community.
We would like your feedback as to what would make this a more valuable program to you.
Please contact us at 568-3426 for a course proposal
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