|This fall, over 500 adult students have registered in the District's Community Education program, taking advantage of 106 courses in art, academics, fitness, online and more.
There are still sixteen courses left to begin before the trimester ends in January, and we look forward to a new trimester, February 1 - June 30, that will be ready for registration after the December holidays.
(Left) Vicki Schneider assists a student with her first glass bead. By the end of her three-hour class at Expressive Glass, the student was making beautiful beads!
Be sure to check out the HALLWALKING offering below--enjoy safe, dry evening walks at the Middle School or High School through the end of January! You can be among the first to know about new courses and the release of the new program by emailing us, or calling 687-2402 to receive notices by mail.
East Aurora Schools can help you get in shape and maintain good health in all kind of weather with hallwalking at the Middle School and High School! Walk indoors, setting your own pace in our warm, safe, dry, beautiful buildings with plenty of well-lit parking. To participate, you must pre-register, wear dry sneakers, observe the schedule and designated walking areas for each building, and wear your ID badge (issued on registration) at all times while walking.
High School - Monday and Wednesday, 6 - 8 PM (building closed 12/27, 12/29, 1/17)
Middle School - Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30 - 7:30 PM (building closed 12/28, 12/30)
Fee: Free to residents of the East Aurora Union Free School District; $15.00 for non-residents
Terry Tomczyk taught Digital Photography and introduction to Photoshop in October and November, starting her students in digital photography with an overview of cameras, basic photography knowledge and an introduction to Photoshop.
The course included hands-on experience at creative zone stations and a class at Terry’s Photo Studio on Main Street,
late Fall special!
Hallwalking begins Monday, November 29!
The next complete trimester of courses will be released in the January Challenger Online, or call 687-2402 for a copy by mail.