Time running out to register for Community Ed
LULING - St. Charles Parish Public Schools is offering a variety of different community education classes this spring, ranging from art and dance to finance and writing.
But the deadline to sign up is March 1 so residents need to act quickly in order to learn a new skill this spring. There are many new class offerings this semester including classes for those of all ages.
If you did not receive your brochure in the mail, you can pick one up at your local library or view the schools’ web site at www.stcharles.k12.la.us.
Registrations are accepted by mail and fax. All registrations must be accompanied by full tuition payment. Payment may be made by cash, money orders, checks or credit cards. Visa and Master Card are accepted. Checks and money orders should be made payable to St. Charles Parish Public Schools.
Those interested in enrolling can also contact Susan Dempster at (985) 709-2739 or (985) 758-2497.
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