Program Guide Fall 2011 : Page 2

What is Community Education? Community Education is the educational philosophy that underlies community schools and advocates the creation of opportunities for community members – individuals, schools, businesses, and public and private organizations – to become partners in addressing community needs. Community Education is most easily recognized in the community school, a facility that is open beyond the traditional school day for the purpose of providing academic, recreation, health, social service, and work-preparation programs for people of all ages. Table of Contents Building Map & Staff Directory ... 3 Special Events ................................ 4 Adult Enrichment ........................... 5 Adult Recreation ........................... 6 Dog Training ................................. 7 Drivers’ Education ........................ 8 College & Test Preparation ........... 9 Youth Music & Arts ............... 10-12 Youth Enrichment .................. 13-15 Youth Recreation .................... 16-19 Martial Arts ............................. 20-21 Swimming & Diving ................... 22 Early Childhood Classes ............. 23 Pooh Corner Preschool ............... 24 St. Joseph Mercy Classes and Seminars .................. 25 Before & After School Care ............................ 26-27 Inservice, Half Day Care ............. 28 Senior Center ......................... 29-30 Registration Information ............. 31 What’s New in Community Ed? Program Discounts -Revised 2010-2011 program discounts see page 31 for details. Facebook and Twitter -Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for daily CE updates! You can find us by searching for Saline CE on Facebook or SalineCommEd on Twitter. Mailing List -sign up to receive the latest & greatest CE news via email -Visit the Saline Area Schools homepage, www.salineschools.com. Click on ‘mailing lists’ on the left hand side of the page, locate Saline Community Education, enter your email address and click subscribe. You will then begin to receive updates one day a week. Scholarship Fund -You can make a difference in someone’s life by donating to the Saline Community Education Scholarship Fund. Your donations will help Saline Community Education continue to offer discounted rates on programs and classes to families who need financial asistance. Call (734) 429-8020 for more information and watch for the donation box on your registration forms. Inservice Day, Spring Break and Half Day Care – See page 28. Thank You to our sponsors Proface and McNaughton & Gunn Offers a wide variety of adult and youth classes, leagues, and special events. For more information, call 429-3502. Saline Parks and Rec Photo Policy On occasion, the Saline Community Education Department may take photos of participants enrolled in sponsored programs. Please be aware that these photos are for our department use only and may be used in future brochures, flyers or display. Saline Area Schools, in compliance with federal, state and county Child Find policies, is a resource to resident families with children who have or are suspected as having a disability. Please contact Brian Puffer at 429-8023, or the Instruc-tional Services Department at 429-8002. Non-Discrimination Policy of Saline Area Schools No person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any educational program or activity available in any school on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, creed, political belief, age, national origin, linguistic and language differ-ences, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, height, weight, marital or familial status, or disability.

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