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Announcing Our Summer 2014 Camps!

June

Maranacook Track Experiences, ages 6-15,  June 17-August  9
Field Hockey Clinic, Grades 4-8, (Mon/Wed) June 23-July 23
Baseball Camp, ages 6-13, June 30 - July 3, 2014

July

Lady Black Bears  Basketball, grades 4–8 (Tues/Thurs) July 1-31
Gymnastics Camp Girls & Boys, ages 5 & up, July 14 - 18
Little Kickers Soccer Camp, ages 5-8 , July 21- 24
Boys & Girls Soccer Camp, grades 4-8, July 21-24


Summer classes

Astronomy, Aug. 5, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Commercial Driver's License, June 16-July 31 with mandatory info. session June 2
Foraging Wild Edibles with Tom Seymour, July 16, 9-noon for adults, 1-4 for families


For details or to register with debit/credit card, please visit our portal.  
For more information, email us at adulted@maranacook.org or call 685-4923, x 1065.



Thinking about getting a GED? Changes are here ... introducing HiSET


The High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) replaced the General Education Development (GED) Diploma as Maine’s High School Equivalency Assessment on December 6, 2013. All of the local adult education programs currently administering the GED will begin administering the paper version of the HiSET starting January 2, 2014. The paper-based version of the assessment will continue throughout 2014 with programs transitioning to HiSET’s computer-based version as they are able in 2015.

The HiSET consists of the following five subtests: Language Arts Reading, Language Arts Writing, Science, Social Studies, and Mathematics.  Because HiSET’s subject tests are the same as the current version of the GED, Maine will be able to apply the passing scores of GED subject tests to the HiSET.  This means that Maine learners will not fall off the “GED testing cliff” at the end of 2013.  Adults may have started the GED, but can finish taking the remaining subject tests with the HiSET before December 1, 2014.

There is NO COST for Maine residents to prepare for and take the HiSET.  Local adult education programs provide HiSET testing, preparation materials, pre-tests, and instruction, all at no cost to the learner.   


Call Steve Vose, Maranacook Adult Ed director, 685-4923 x1009 for more information and an appointment.









Need help starting or completing college?
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 Visit Design for Success, a college outreach program of Maranacook and Gardiner Adult Education, for information about how we can help you succeed with your college and career goals.




Senior Center Café for senior citizens & retirees

Monday and Wednesdays, 9-11 a.m., at Maranacook Middle School, while school is in session.

We  provide tea, coffee, muffins, games/cards and presentations. Please bring your knitting, crafts, books, writing, instruments and friends. Hike the trails. Help students plant gardens or assist with other special projects.

Please park in first parking lot on your right in the reserved spaces facing the cafeteria.

For more information, please contact Deb Elwell, 242-6082

Sponsored by MCMS Parent Association and Maranacook Adult Ed in partnership with Spectrum Generations and HealthReach RSVP.







Last Modified: Jun 30, 2014
 



Maranacook Adult & Community Education RSU 38
2250 Millard Harrison Drive, Readfield, ME 04355
Phone: 207.685.4923 x1065 | Fax: 207.685.9597
Email:adulted@maranacook.org
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