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Oak Hill Adult & Community Education



Personal Enrichment

Adult CPR Certification

$85

with American Red Cross

Calendar Mar 19, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 2 weeks

Learn the knowledge and skills necessary to help in an emergency, whether it be a heart attack, a stroke, severe bleeding or a muscle, bone or joint injury. Participants will watch a video, take part in discussions, and take part in easy-to-learn skill practice leading to 2 year nationally recognized certification. 

This class will take place on Tuesday, March 19th & Tuesday, March 26th 6pm-9pm

There is a minimum of 6 participants and a max of 12.

Adult CPR Certification

$85

with American Red Cross

Calendar Mar 19, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 2 weeks

Learn the knowledge and skills necessary to help in an emergency, whether it be a heart attack, a stroke, severe bleeding or a muscle, bone or joint injury. Participants will watch a video, take part in discussions, and take part in easy-to-learn skill practice leading to 2 year nationally recognized certification. 

This class will take place on Tuesday, March 19th & Tuesday, March 26th 6pm-9pm

There is a minimum of 6 participants and a max of 12.

Babysitter's Class Series

$100

with American Red Cross

Calendar Mar 11, 2019 at 2:30 pm, runs for 2 weeks

Classes are open to boys and girls ages 11-15.

MIN 6 REQUIRED to hold the class, MAX 12 STUDENTS

This course teaches home and outdoor safety, basic caregiving, safe play, first aid, critical emergency responses, and leadership skills. Each class participant will receive an ARC child and infant CPR certification upon completion of the course.

This class is great for pre-teens and teenagers who are responsible for caring for younger sibling or those wanting to gain the skills to have babysitting clientele of their own.

Class series will be held at Oak Hill Middle School. Students should be sure to bring a snack and have a ride planned for pickup at 5pm

Monday 3/11, Wednesday 3/13, Friday 3/15, Monday 3/18 & Wednesdsay 3/20

Directly after-school 230-515P: RM 202

Cost is $100 (payment plans are available) per student! Students must attend ALL sessions. Any makeup classes will be held at an additional cost to the student.

Payment plan available: $50 deposit plus 1 payments of $50.00, paid every two weeks

Babysitter's Class Series

$100

with American Red Cross

Calendar Mar 11, 2019 at 2:30 pm, runs for 2 weeks

Classes are open to boys and girls ages 11-15.

MIN 6 REQUIRED to hold the class, MAX 12 STUDENTS

This course teaches home and outdoor safety, basic caregiving, safe play, first aid, critical emergency responses, and leadership skills. Each class participant will receive an ARC child and infant CPR certification upon completion of the course.

This class is great for pre-teens and teenagers who are responsible for caring for younger sibling or those wanting to gain the skills to have babysitting clientele of their own.

Class series will be held at Oak Hill Middle School. Students should be sure to bring a snack and have a ride planned for pickup at 5pm

Monday 3/11, Wednesday 3/13, Friday 3/15, Monday 3/18 & Wednesdsay 3/20

Directly after-school 230-515P: RM 202

Cost is $100 (payment plans are available) per student! Students must attend ALL sessions. Any makeup classes will be held at an additional cost to the student.

Payment plan available: $50 deposit plus 1 payments of $50.00, paid every two weeks

Beginning to Stay Home Alone

$27

with American Red Cross

Calendar Mar 21, 2019 at 3:15 pm

Beginning to Stay Home Alone is designed to teach 8-11 year olds what questions to discuss with their parents to determine what activities are safe and permitted when they begin to stay home alone for short periods. Students also learn how to handle an emergency, such as a fire, when and how to call 911, and basic first aid. Designed by Maine Safety Education, this course has been praised by parents as excellent preparation for this important step in a child’s life. 

Beginning to Stay Home Alone

$27

with American Red Cross

Calendar Mar 21, 2019 at 3:15 pm

Beginning to Stay Home Alone is designed to teach 8-11 year olds what questions to discuss with their parents to determine what activities are safe and permitted when they begin to stay home alone for short periods. Students also learn how to handle an emergency, such as a fire, when and how to call 911, and basic first aid. Designed by Maine Safety Education, this course has been praised by parents as excellent preparation for this important step in a child’s life. 

Dog Body Language

$20

with Jessica Greenleaf

Calendar Apr 4, 2019 at 6:30 pm

Your dog is talking to you – are you listening? Learning your dog’s language will help you recognize when your dog is nervous, stressed, or becoming uncomfortable. Often, we do not understand their signals and therefore are unable to intervene when needed and prevent over arousal, fights, and/or bites. We’ll discuss dog body language as well as appropriate greetings and play. Come find out what your dog has been trying to tell you.

This class is for humans only. Please leave your dog at home.

This class will be held at Oak Hill High School on Thursday, April 4th  6/30-730pm

 

Jessica Greanleaf created Loyal Leashes to help improve the quality of life for pets and their human companions. Whether it be dog walking or training, her goal is to help owners give their pets a life that all animals deserve to have.

She uses only positive, force-free training methods that are proven to work. Jessica likes to make the dogs think so they can learn to make the right choices. She believes that relationships are built on trust and confidence between the dog and owner.

Jessica is certified with honors as a dog trainer through Animal Behavior College. She continues to further her education so that she stays up to date on the most current training techniques so that she can continue to teach dogs and owners to work together, as a team. 

ME Driving Dynamics

$40

with Dale Gilbert

Calendar Apr 13, 2019 at 8 am

Highway Safety & the Maine Bureau of Highway Safety bring you the Driving Dynamics class (Defensive Driving class)! Earn 3 Pts toward your license by attending! Certificates provided at the end of class!

The Maine Driving Dynamics course is a driver improvement course that is aimed to improve a student's defensive driving awareness and abilities. This five-hour course includes discussion of collision avoidance techniques, safety issues, driver habits and attitudes, and the basic elements that constantly challenge drivers on Maine's highways. Our goal is to save lives, prevent injuries, and reduce vehicle-related crashes.

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Pay online or at first class; cash, check/money order made payable to RSU4. Bring a bag lunch!

Saturday, April 13th 830a-130P





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