Community Education

Time is running out - sign up for a community education course today! Deadline to register is Aug. 31

Heather R. Breaux
August 23, 2007 at 10:36 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

COMMUNITY ED.  Rosalie Gassen, pictured above, practices her brush stroke in Dan Hare’s watercolor class at Hahnville High School for Community Education. Register today, deadline is Aug. 31.
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COMMUNITY ED. Rosalie Gassen, pictured above, practices her brush stroke in Dan Hare’s watercolor class at Hahnville High School for Community Education. Register today, deadline is Aug. 31.
Registration for community education classes is now being held. Brochures are available at your local libraries. West bank coordinator Jayne Tate said that this year’s list of over 200 classes are both interesting and well worth attending. Don’t miss out - registration deadline is Friday, August 31st.

A sampling of this fall’s children classes are Art, Babysitting, Candy Making, Various Crafts, Etiquette, Gardening, Halloween crafts and party, Hip Hop and Line Dancing, Nutcracker Tea Party, Lil’ Princess Party, Tumblebus, Sports and much, much more.

Some of the other courses available to adults are Acrylic, Oil and Watercolor, Cake Decorating, Computers, Ballroom, Belly, Cajun and Line Dancing, Dog Obedience, Duck Decoy Carving, Photography, Sausage Making, Turduckens, - just to name a few.

St. Charles Parish Community Education Brochures can be viewed on the St. Charles Parish School website at www.stcharles.k12.la.us – select Community Education from the community drop-down menu . Pre-registration is required for all classes. Registration forms and tuition may be mailed or delivered to St. Charles Parish Public Schools, Community Education Department, 13855 River Road, Luling, LA 70070. Need additional information? Call 985-785-7268. Hope to see you in class.




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