Kristine Ward, Director   
Cheryl Sweet, Secretary 
716/687-2311 phone
716-687-2443 fax
 
 
Ten new courses will be launched in the Fall/Early Winter term of Community Education in East Aurora, joining twenty-five popular long-running courses. Some, like Ann Marie Dixon’s Aqua Zumba®, Maria Czechowski’s Tai Chi Easy, and Ellen Pfeil’s Build Your Body and Yoga/Pilates, are twists on other courses from the program’s past, while others are new concepts in the catalog. These include Living Well Naturally, Mindfullness meditation technique, and a new afterschool program at Parkdale Elementary with Kimberly McAtee, Theater Games, a ten-week exploration of imagination and self-expression.

Our fitness program regulars include Zumba and Zumba®Gold, three yoga schedules, and aerobics/circuit training. We offer several personal business clinics that feature retirement, long term care and end of life planning, as well as defensive driving with point/insurance reduction. For students under 21, we have our regular variety of test preparation courses at the High School, and for afterschool enrichment for the little ones, Mighty Milers® Mathematicians, Math Art, and Spanish for the Elementary Years.

Completing the catalog are adult enrichment offerings including Beginning Guitar, Ballroom Dancing, and French and Spanish language lessons. Finally, for those with limited schedules, we offer over 400 online learning classes at our partner site at www.ed2go.com/eastaurora.

East Aurora’s Board of Education is committed to the District goal of continuous learning throughout life. The Community Education program ensures the availability of learning opportunities for people of all ages in diverse settings and at a variety of times. Several courses offer discounts to our resident senior citizens, recognizing their contributions over the years. The new term runs October 1-January 31, and registration is easy—online at www.eastauroraschools.org/communityeducation, by calling 687-2311, or by mail using the registration form on page 11 of the current issue of The Challenger.
Current courses
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The Board of Education is committed to the District goal of continuous learning throughout life. The Community Continuing Education (adult education) Program ensures the availability of learning opportunities for people of all ages in diverse settings and at a variety of times.

In three trimesters throughout the year, we offer continuous programs including academic offerings, driver training, fitness programs, self-improvement, art and music, business and related technology.

Other Community Education learning activities are provided through a cooperative relationship with outside agencies or individual volunteers, including ed2go online courses and partnerships with nearby school districts.

Our classes are self-supporting, with easy registration online, in person or by mail. We welcome the public to submit ideas and course proposals at any time, using the link in the left column.
 
  
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