Share Your Expertise!
Do you have a passion for teaching, and an expertise in a given subject area? Perhaps you have a desire to contribute to community and support others as they engage in a lifetime of learning! If so, become an instructor. Browse our current classes (click the green Register Now button at right) to see what is current and popular. Adult classes occur in three seasons, fall, winter and spring. Classes are scheduled to match with community needs, our district calendar and your availability. Youth classes occur year round! Sessions start immediately after school, occur in the evening, on weekends with half and full day summer camps.
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Classes are offered seasonally.
Fall – October, November, December (adult/youth)
Winter/Spring – February, March, April, May (adult/youth)
Summer - June, July, August (youth only)
Most classes occur Monday - Thursday evenings between 6-10 pm and on Saturday mornings or full day.
Adult classes are housed in our secondary buildings and our Educational Service Center. Youth classes are in elementary schools primarily.
Proposals deadlines - Watch your email for a Call for Proposals!
Fall class proposals are due no later than mid-May
Winter/Spring class proposals are due no later than mid-October
Summer class proposals are due no later than mid-December (youth only)
Watch your email for call for proposals each season (winter and spring proposals are both due in December). This email will provide all paperwork, links, instructions and final deadlines.
Current Instructors - handbooks and teaching information
Flyer Counts- Youngest and Only(will be updated in October 2017)
Flyer Counts- All grade levels(will be updated in October 2017)