You will find worksheets and videos to help keep your skills up as well as earn some credit toward your classes for work you complete. We will continue to update the site to engage as many learners as possible. Go to:
Director Monique Roy sends a personal message to our students:
Message to Augusta Adult Ed Students
Director Monique Roy sends a personal message to our students.Posted by Augusta Adult and Community Education on Monday, March 23, 2020
In an effort to keep you updated, please see the following announcement from the Augusta School Department. We will continue to keep you informed as the situation develops. Please stay safe.
Augusta School Department:
On Sunday evening, March 15, 2020, Governor Mills declared a civil state of emergency for Maine which extends for 30 days. During the civil emergency, Maine schools cannot provide classroom-based instruction. As a result, the Augusta School Department and all Augusta schools are closed until April 27, 2020 to increase social distancing and decrease the potential impact of COVID-19 on all of you and the greater Augusta Community.
Please see the links to videos made in other languages about COVID-19. This could be very helpful for those who are not literate in their own language or are not receiving information they can decipher. More videos in more languages are being planned as well.
On the city of Lewiston’s YouTube channel are several videos explaining general CDC information and specific State of Maine guidelines regarding COVID-19 in several languages. We are working on providing additional languages.
NEW! If you are 60 or older, type “Senior Discount” on any course that allows you to enter a promo code when you’re registering and get $5 off the class!
Make 2020 the year you learn how to use your digital camera…get your degree… change jobs…
Whatever new skill or life change you’re dreaming of, there’s a good chance your local Maine adult education program can help you get there.