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Preschool Playgroup Section II

$25

with Elaine Hawthorne

Calendar Apr 1, 2019 at 10 am, runs for 7 weeks

Preschool Playgroup II

Let’s play! Join us as we read, sing, and play together with your preschool children. Learn activities which will help prepare your child for school success. Social skills play an important part in preparing for “big” school. Your child will practice these skills while playing in a learning environment. Pre-registration is required as space is limited. Please notify us of any allergies as we ask all parents to bring a snack for their child. No classes 2/18, 4/15.

Instructors: Elaine Hawthorne and Gail Small

Section I: Mondays, 1/28 – 3/18, 10:00 – 11:30 AM for 7 sessions

Section II: Mondays, 3/25 – 5/13, 10:00 – 11:30 AM for 7 sessions

Location: Windham Raymond Adult Education Learning Center

Fee: $25 per family per section

 

Elaine Hawthorne retired after 39 years teaching at RSU 14. During her career she taught grades 2-4 and is excited to be back for her second year with Windham Raymond Adult Education to continue her passion of educating children. She looks forward to reading, singing and doing crafts with the Preschool Playgroup.

 

Gail Small retired after teaching 37 years at RSU 14. She taught in grades 2-4 and is excited to be co-teaching preschool with her former team partner, Elaine Hawthorne. She loves preschool activities and now enjoys them with her 2 1/2 year old granddaughter.

Simple Indian

$34

with Nicholas Orgo

Calendar May 2, 2019 at 6 pm

Simple Indian

Students will learn the classic flat bread naan, a delicious lentil dal soup and make grilled chicken tandoori.

Instructor: Nicholas Orgo

Thursday, 2/28, 6:00 – 8:30 PM for 1 session

Location: Windham High School – Room 302

Fee: $34 includes food fee

 

Nicholas Orgo is the Chef and Owner of M.A.N.E. Catering and one of our favorite cooking instructors at WRAE.

Full Course

Skin Care with Essential Oils - Section II

$14

with Elissa Nauman

Calendar Apr 30, 2019 at 6 pm

Skin Care with Essential Oils

In this one-time class, you will learn how to incorporate essential oils into your skin care regimen. You will learn which essential oils can substitute common ingredients found in popular skin care products, and we will discuss common skin conditions, such as acne, aging skin, sunburn, cuts and scrapes, etc., and which essential oils can help support those issues. There will be a hands-on portion where we will make a skin serum and a skin toner. Materials fee of $8 for the serum (2 max), $3 for the toner (2 max). Fee payable to instructor by cash, check or debit/credit card via Square.

 

Instructor: Elissa Nauman

Section II: Tuesday, 4/30, 6:00 - 8:00 PM for 1 session

Location: Raymond Village Library

Fee: $14, plus materials fee

 

Elissa Nauman is a Certified Essential Oil Coach through the AADP (American Association of Drugless Practitioners), and an overall health enthusiast, with special interest in alternative health. Elissa is excited to share her enthusiasm and knowledge of essential oils with anyone who is interested in learning about them.

 

SMCC: Anatomy & Physiology II
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SMCC: Anatomy & Physiology II

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with SMCC Instructor

This course is a SMCC Course. Please register through SMCC at www.smccme.edu

This four-credit lecture/lab course is a continuation of BIOL 132, building on many of the fundamentals. Emphasis will be on the structure and function of the following organ systems in the human body: nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, digestive, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive. The laboratory portion complements and reinforces the lecture, focusing on closer examination of these system structures via live and virtual dissection, and demonstration of their functions via simple testing. Anatomical models, prepared microscope slides, and online resources may also be incorporated. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 132 Corequisite(s): None

SMCC: Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
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SMCC: Anatomy & Physiology II Lab

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with SMCC Instructor

This is a SMCC Course. Please register through SMCC at www.smccme.edu

This four-credit lecture/lab course is a continuation of BIOL 132, building on many of the fundamentals. Emphasis will be on the structure and function of the following organ systems in the human body: nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, digestive, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive. The laboratory portion complements and reinforces the lecture, focusing on closer examination of these system structures via live and virtual dissection, and demonstration of their functions via simple testing. Anatomical models, prepared microscope slides, and online resources may also be incorporated. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 132 Corequisite(s): None

SMCC: Ceramics I
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SMCC: Ceramics I

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with SMCC Instructor

This course is a SMCC Course. Please register through SMCC at www.smccme.edu

This course is an introduction to ceramics class that will give students the basic skills to create work in clay. The students will learn hand building, wheel-throwing and glazing techniques, in addition to learning about the history of clay and the different methods of firing that have evolved over time. This course will be held at Portland Pottery, located at 118 Washington Ave in downtown Portland. Students will be responsible for purchasing a required supply kit consisting of tools and clay. The supplies will be pre-packaged and sold directly to students at Portland Pottery on the first day of class. Prerequisite(s): none Corequisite(s): none

SMCC: English Composition
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SMCC: English Composition

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with SMCC Instructor

This course is a SMCC Course. Please register through SMCC at www.smccme.edu

English Composition is the introduction to college writing across the curriculum. It will introduce students to the standard rhetorical modes which will be assigned in this course but will also be assigned in other courses in other disciplines. An emphasis will be placed upon writing as a process of creating first drafts then revising, rewriting and proofreading them for accuracy, clarity and succinctness of written expression. The course will explore the distinctions between spoken and written, formal and informal uses of language. The course will also provide an introduction to research and the task of producing a formal research paper that follows MLA style and documentation practices. Prerequisite(s): ENGL-050 or ENGL-090 and ENGL-075 or ENGL-095 Corequisite(s): none





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