DAMARISCOTTA– Friends and supporters of Central Lincoln County Adult Education students came together at Skidompha Public Library on Thursday, May 30 to recognize and honor this year’s Adult Education graduates.
The graduates for 2012-13 are Megan Farrar of Jefferson, Mary Feltis of Waldoboro, Cindy Palmer of Waldoboro and Kayla Pooler of Damariscotta. Other graduates who did not attend the ceremony are Levie Anthony of Waldoboro, Kymberlie Koss of Damariscotta, Philip Peabody of Jefferson and David Pierro of Damariscotta,
Adult Education Director Ellen Dickens, welcomed guests and introduced each graduate. She also offered the graduates congratulations and urged them to keep moving on in their education by taking advantage of the Lincoln County College Connection (TLC3) College Transitions program. Dickens stated that each student pursuing ther education would receive $50 towards gas or the purchase of books and school supplies. The funds are made possible through Dickens’ trivia team annual winnings at the 1812 Farm in Bristol.
Dickens then presented Megan Farrar with the Courage to Grow Award from Central Maine Community College. The award comes with a scholarship for one course at CMCC. Dickens stated that Farrar was given the award for having some of the highest scores she has seen on the GED tests and the highest cumulative score of all the other graduates.
Afterwards, AOS 93 School Superintendent Steven Bailey presented Vicki Fleury of Damariscotta with the Adult Education Literacy Persistent Learner Award. He then offered his congratulations to this year’s graduates prior to giving out diplomas. Superintendent Bailey presented diplomas to each of the graduates in attendance: Farrar, Feltis, Palmer and Pooler.
Immediately following the ceremony, students and guests stayed for a reception hosted by the Central Lincoln County Adult Education Advisory Board.
Megan Farrar of Jefferson, recipient of the Courage to Grow Award
AOS 93 School Superintendent Steven Bailey presents Vicki Fleury of Damariscotta
with the Adult Education Literacy Persistent Learner Award
Posted by Bonnie Merrill on July 3, 2013
The 2011 Central Lincoln County Adult Education Recognition Night held, Thursday June 16 at the Skidompha Library was a dream come true for the nine graduates who donned capd and gowns. This year there were thirteen Adult Education graduates in all. The graduates who participated in the commencement ceremony were: Amanda Colby, Joel Leeman, Caitlyn Little, Jeff Robbins, Janice Seiders, Matthew Smith, Sophia Swain-Stark (no pictured), Nicholas Young and Morgan Zimmerman. Raquele Corey, Luke Dale-Smith, Sumner Keith and Kristina Sprague also earned their GED's but were not present at the graduation ceremony.
Several Awards were given out including the College Transitions Courage to Grow Award which went to Libby West. The award given out by Central Maine Community College includes a scholarship for one course at CMCC. The Adult Education Literacy Persistent Learner award went to Vicki Fleury. And GED graduate received the personal reward of overcoming her fears to read an essay she wrote during the GED program. Her reading was met with a burst of applause from the standing room only crowd that gathered to honor the graduates.
Register for our Adult Learning Center this fall and you could be celebrating next year. You may browse our courses now! and register online for any Fall 2011 class.
We hope to see you this fall through your participation in one or more of our classes. If getting your high school diploma is still just a dream for you, purpose now to make this the year you actually get it. Having a dream is good, but having a dream come true is far better.
Posted by Bonnie Merrill on August 29, 2011 | Read more in: News
Welcome to our website. The site offers many exciting features designed to make locating and registering for courses much easier.
Some of these features include:
Our website is a part of the Maine Adult Education Portal, sponsored and managed by the Maine Adult Education Association. When you visit the MAEA website online at http://www.maineadulted.org, you can search for courses and programs statewide to find the perfect class closest to where you work or live.
These are just a few of the many exciting additions to our site, and many more are slated to appear over the next year. Please continue to check back with us, and please share your feedback by contacting us. Thank you, and we hope you enjoy our adult education website.
Posted by Kathi Medcalf on November 9, 2008 | Read more in: News