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Mr. Antonio Musto, Principal • Patricia Dawson, Counselor High School Diploma Program • David Basile, Counselor Evening High School Diploma Program • Marisa Cavallo, Ray Byron & Lynn Bacik , Enrichment Program Contacts • Janette DeBiase, ESL, Citizenship • Donald McCasland, Phlebotomy Coordinator • Charles Colella, CNA Coordinator • Roxanne Monaco, Program Facilitator
Superintendent of Schools Mayor Dr. Kathleen M. Ouellette Honorable Neil M. O’Leary
WATERBURY ADULT CONTINUING EDUCATION WEBSITE http://www.waterbury.k12.ct.us/subsite/aed
Waterbury Adult Education Is an approved Pearson-Vue Testing Center for GED®
Storm Closings: If Waterbury Public Schools are closed or released early due to inclement weather, the enrichment and mandated program classes will not be held. Classes cancelled due to inclement weather will be made up at the end of the semester. Please check the Waterbury Public Schools website, for closings or the local news channels for cancellations. ADA/Discrimination Statement: Waterbury Adult Education, and the Connecticut State Board of Education does not discriminate in admission to, access to, treatment in, or employment in its services, programs, and activities, on the basis of race, color, or national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VI); on the basis of sex, in accordance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX); on the basis of disability, in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), or on the basis of age, in accordance with the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 (Age Discrimination Act); or any other protected status, such as sex orientation. To file a complaint alleging discrimination or harassment by Waterbury Public Schools on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age, under Title IX, Section 504, the ADA, the Age Discrimination Act, or their respective implementing regulations, or any other protected status such as sexual orientation, please contact: Waterbury Adult Education,28 East Clay Street, Waterbury, CT 06706; Contact Roxanne Monaco : (203) 574-8038. General Accessibility and Accommodation: All activities offered by Waterbury Adult Education are at held handicapped accessible locations. Accommodations for individuals with a disability are available upon request. Please contact Roxanne Monaco at 203-574-8038. Connecticut State Dept. of Education Affirmative Action Statement: It is the policy of the Connecticut state Board of Education that no person shall be denied benefits of or otherwise discriminated against under any program, including employment, because of race, color, religious creed, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, mental retardation, and past/present history of mental disorder, learning disability and physical disability.
ADULT HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT DIPLOMA PROGRAM The High School Credit Diploma Program provides students the opportunity to earn credits toward a high school diploma. Transferred credits from accredited high schools and other adult education programs are accepted. Upon the successful completion of 21 credits (a minimum of 2 must be earned at Waterbury Adult Education), students are awarded a City of Waterbury High School Diploma. The High School Credit Diploma Complete Program allows you to go beyond the traditional classroom, and use your PC to earn credit at home. This component affords you flexible hours.
Contact the Guidance Office for eligibility and availability of Distance Learning courses.
The Mandated Classes, Textbooks, and Materials are FREE of Charge
*Waterbury, Prospect, Wolcott and Beacon Falls Residence Only
ESL PROGRAM (English for Speakers of Other Languages)
The ESL Program offers limited-English speaking adults instruction in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Classes are provided for all English proficiency levels. Career development, computer literacy, and civics literacy activities are integrated into the instructional design.
Morning, Afternoon, and Evening Classes Available Adult Education Learning Center and Satellite Sites
Contact Ms. DeBiase (203)574-8038
The Citizenship class prepares adults for the U.S. citizenship examination. Focus is placed on U.S. History and Civics
education. Questions, characteristic of the exam, are reviewed and examined. Students practice written and oral skills in relation to the exam and daily life skills. Guidance through the Naturalization application process is provided.
Evening classes at Kennedy High School
Tuesday & Thursday at 6:00 pm
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Waterbury
This free program, in cooperative partnership with Waterbury Adult Education, offers one on one or small group instructions for adults who need help learning to read, write, and speak English. LVA provides instruction in ABE, ESL, and Citizenship through the combined efforts of trained volunteers.
LVA is located at Silas Bronson Library 267 Grand Street, Waterbury, CT For more information, contact Vanessa (203)754-1164
GED® 2014 This program prepares adult learners to pass the 4-part, computer-based GED® exam to earn a State of Connecticut diploma. Students receive necessary instruction in each of four subject areas – Science, Social Studies, and Math and Language Arts. Instructors will also review the official website (GED.com) where students can access related exam information and exam registration procedures. Students must be at least 17 years old and officially withdrawn from school to enroll in the GED® preparation. Eligibility for Connecticut GED® exam requires students must be at least 17 years old and officially withdrawn from school for 6 months. 17 year olds must submit a withdrawal form with a parent/guardian signature. Individuals who are 18 years of age may submit, in lieu of a withdrawal form, a letter from their last high school that the class with which they entered ninth grade (or would have entered if never enrolled in high school) has already graduated. Students can begin the GED® registration process online at GED.com and complete the process in person at Waterbury Adult Education 28 East Clay Street Waterbury CT 06706. Individuals with a documented disability who require accommodations to take GED® preparation classes should contact Roxanne Monaco at 203-574-8038 or email at [email protected]
Request for special accommodations forms for GED® testing may be accessed through GED.com.
Knitting your own boa scarf- In one night you can learn to make your own fashion scarf. Learn the techniques to make your own masterpieces. These scarves are the newest fashion accessories and also make great gifts. Supplies will be provided by the teacher. Teacher: Joyce Gallon Kennedy High School Tuesday, April 1, 2014 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm (one class) Cost: $20.00 plus $15 for material fees payable to the teacher the first night of the class
Scrapbooking - Gather together all of those Christmas photos you have laying around the house in boxes, drawers, bags or wherever! This class can help you put together a wonderful photo scrapbook of that magical time of year, Christmas. Students need to bring the following supplies to class the first night: an album with 40 pages, decorative paper, adhesive, a pen, and journaling boxes.
Teacher: Christine Holmes Kennedy High School Tuesday from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm Start Date: April 1, 2014 3 weeks Cost: $35.00
Basics of Knitting – Learn how to knit with Amy. This class is also designed to teach you how to read patterns. By the end of the class you will be able to make various beginner items. Students will need to bring a pair of # 8 needles and a skein of yarn the first day of class. Teacher: Amy Cordon Kennedy High School Thursday 6:00 pm to 8:00pm Start Date: April 3, 2014 8 weeks Cost: $50.00
Photo Organizing - Are your photos just shoved everywhere? Would you like to have them all in one place and organized? This class can help you do just that! Bring all of your photos and I can help you get those photos organized! It can be done in all kinds of ways, event, date, child or whatever you want. Teacher: Christine Holmes Kennedy High School Tuesday, from 6 pm to 8 pm April 8, 2014 (one class) Price: $20.00
Jewelry- Learn to make your own jewelry. This course is a delight! Patti will help you to create costume jewelry using centuries old techniques! Learn to make dramatic earrings, necklaces, pins and much more! This course is not to be confused with Indian beading; materials are attained at local craft stores. You will NEVER want to buy retail jewelry again! Supplies needed : 10lb. monofilament fishing line, 2 tiny needle nose pliers (larger & smaller), scissors, zip lock sandwich bags, measuring tape, small sketch book, assorted jewelry findings, glass, brass, acrylic and polymer beads in all shapes and sizes. Some materials supplied Teacher: Patti Dahl Kennedy High School Tuesday from 6:00pm to 8:00 pm Start Date: April 8, 2014 8 weeks Cost: $70.00
Sewing – This class will introduce you to the basics of sewing. Learn the sewing terms, how to using the sewing machine, selecting the right fabrics, reading a pattern envelope, laying fabric and pattern, and cutting fabric. Teacher: Joyce Strikeckis Kennedy High School Monday, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm 8 weeks Start Date: April 7, 2014 Price: $60.00 plus material fees
MEDICARE 101- Are you turning 65 and are confused about Medicare? Medicare can be a confusing topic. This FREE seminar will educate you on the options and programs available. Learn what Medicare options best meet your needs. Whether you are over 65 or older educate yourself about various laws and programs that may be relevant to your situation. Sign up early!
Teacher: Lou Pelletier Kennedy High School Thursday, April 3, 2014 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm (one class) Free of Charge
Real Estate Principals and Practices- This course covers all areas required to qualify you to take the State of Connecticut test for a Real Estate sales license. If you’re considering a career in real estate, this class is for you. By the end of the course you will be able to understand various principals of real estate such as concepts of real property, homeownership, agency, brokerage, listing agreements, buyer representation, interest, ownership, legal description, taxes, liens, contracts, title, financing leases. The class will help you understand various practices, such as property management, appraisals, land use, property development, fair housing, ethical practices, environmental issues and closing. Teacher: Judy Caputo Kennedy High School Monday and Wednesday 6:00 pm to 9:15 pm Start date: Monday, April 7, 2014 10 weeks Cost $500.00 plus cost of books (payable the first night of class)
Tackling Debt- One of the most common financial goals is to become debt free, but most are overwhelmed with the thought of where to start. Tackling Debt will not only teach participants how to quickly pay off debt, it also provides inspiration and hope on how becoming debt free can be a reality. This course is a hands on workshop with a PowerPoint presentation, video clips and a workbook. Teacher: Jeremy Edmonds Kennedy High School Tuesday May 13, 2014 (one class) 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Cost: $20.00 plus $10.00 made payable to the teacher for workbook
Budgeting and Planning for Emergencies- The secret to winning with money is living on less than you earn. Participants will leave this workshop with motivation and tools to immediately experience success. Budgeting and Planning for Emergencies provides realistic steps to reduce stress and teach you how to develop healthy habits including budgeting using envelopes and planning for emergencies. This course is a hands-on workshop with a PowerPoint presentation, video clips, and workbook. Teacher: Jeremy Edmonds Kennedy High School Start date: Tuesday April 29, 2014 (one class) 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Cost: $20.00 plus $10.00 made payable to the teacher for workbook.
The Basic of Selling on Ebay- Learn how to successfully list your items for sale on eBay. Find out how to avoid many of the pitfalls that first time users of eBay make. Emphasis will be on the listing of auctions, setting prices, writing descriptions, and photos. You must have experience using a computer, the mouse, e-mail and the internet. Teacher: Cheryl Caliolo Kennedy High School Start date: Thursday May 1, 2014 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm Cost: $25.00 2 weeks
Google Apps- Using Google Apps gives everyone an opportunity to incorporate an alternative software application into daily computer life. This class will allow students an opportunity to work efficiently in the use of Google Applications such Apps as: G-mail, Google Drive, Google Sites, Google calendar, Google hangout and Google alerts to name a few. Very little prior computer knowledge is needed to find you utilizing the many tools and applications this class will offer. Sign up today to begin exploring the world of Google Apps. Teacher: Richard M. Arroyo Kennedy High School Start Date: Monday, April 7, 2014 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Cost: $50.00 6 weeks
Couponing 101-This class will teach you how to save money on groceries, tips on coupon values, where to find coupons, where to use high value coupons, how to maximize each coupon for better savings, and an overview on how to reduce your grocery budget. Learn the coupon lingo! Learn the coupon policy of all the local stores! We will discuss coupon organization, coupon binders, and decisions on evaluating what your family uses the most and how to get it at rock bottom prices. Also, learn how to build your own personal stockpile, and change the way you grocery shop each week! Teacher: Cheryl Caliolo Kennedy High School Start Date: Thursday April 10, 2014 6:00 pm to 8:30pm Cost: $25.00 2 weeks
American Sign Language Basic Course- Students will learn basic sign language. In the course, they will learn how to finger spell the alphabet, spell their name, and learn the numbers, colors, exchange hello, goodbye, and thank you. Also students will be provided with a list of common words, which they will learn to sign. Teacher: Michelle Velez Kennedy High School Start Date: Monday, April 7, 2014 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Cost: $50.00 8 weeks
Beginning Crochet- This 6 week course is designed to introduce you to basic crochet stitches. You will learn chain stitch, single crochet, half double crochet, and double crochet. You will learn how to read patterns and common crochet abbreviations. During the course there will be one project each week. Projects may include: pot holders, dish towels, hats, scarves, and afghans. Some specialty stitches will be introduced as well. For the first class you will need a skein of yarn and a size H crochet hook. Teacher: Angelica Cavallo Kennedy High School Start Date: Monday, April 7, 2014 6:00pm to 8:00pm Cost: $50.00 6 weeks
Conversational Spanish- Learn Spanish you'll actually use in conversation. Develop the use of vocabulary, expressions and verbs. This course will help you to understand the basic structure of the language and learn to converse with friends and colleagues. Teacher: Connie Scarfone Kennedy High School Start Date: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm 8 weeks Cost $60.00
Conversational Italian- Learn how to converse in Italian for travel or for conversation, Maria Vigliotti will teach you basic Italian the easy way. Learn through games and role playing. Gain the skills to communicate effectively to order food in restaurants, ask basic questions, understand directions, read and write simple Italian text, and practice correct pronunciation. Teacher: Maria Vigliotti Kennedy High School Start Date: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm 8 weeks Cost: $60.00
Beginning Meditation Course-
This class will teach you how to meditate and to apply it to your daily life. There are specific techniques which are easy to learn but take time to do well. Three important methods will be taught, and during each class there will be two or three meditations. If you practice the techniques taught in the class on a daily basis, you will strengthen your mind, gain greater control over your thoughts, have noticeably increased energy throughout the day, and be able to handle difficult situations more easily. As a result, you will become happier. Teacher: Larry Borok Kennedy High School Start Date: Wednesday April 9, 2014 6:30pm to 8:30pm 8 weeks Cost: $60.00
How to be a Booking agent for Bands and Entertainers- If you want to work at home and you have a telephone and a computer you are already there in terms of just about all the capital outlay you will need to be an agent. This course will enable you to understand and earn money in the music industry. There is a great need for agents to book bands because they don’t have time to do it all. If you love to talk and you are an encourager by nature...you can make a fortune! Each class will give you a goal to achieve that week that you can try right away. Whether you want to learn how to book effectively for your own band, or whether you want to provide this service for other groups...this class will show you how. Teacher: Patti Dahl Kennedy High School Wednesday 6:00pm to 8:00pm Start date: April 2, 2014 8 weeks $60.00
Play Blackjack like a Pro……. Tired of Playing Slots? Learn how to play Blackjack like the professionals. Learn what the right strategy for every combination of cards is; when to double down, split and even surrender. Learn why this game, when played correctly, gives you the best odds against the house. Limit 8 students. Dave is the winner of the $3,000 Tournament of Black Jack. Teacher: Dave Rado Kennedy High School Wednesday 6:30pm to 8:30pm Start date: April 9, 2014 4 weeks Cost $35.00
Supper Club with Rose- We will cover basic Italian cooking techniques, from simple marinara sauce to Italian roasted chicken concentrating on “healthy fare”. Rose will teach you how to prepare healthy, hearty meals, including, appetizers, pasta, grains, vegetables, meats and deserts! Emphasis is on using fresh authentic ingredients and learning to use them in everyday cooking. (limited to 10 students) Teacher: Rose Forte West Side Middle School Thursday 6:30pm to 8:30 pm Start Date: April 3, 2014 8 weeks Cost $70.00 plus food cost
Qualified Food Operator Training Program- This course utilizes the National Registry of Food Safety materials and exam. Successful completion of the exam meets the State of Connecticut Qualified Food Operator testing requirements. Teacher: Robert Guerrera Kennedy High School Tuesday 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Start date: April 1, 2014 6 weeks Cost: $30.00 Fee, plus $80.00 test fee payable to instructor
Cupcake Mania- Ever wonder how we make those beautiful swirls, flowers, or monograms? It's easier than you think, and now you can learn how at Waterbury Adult Education! Join our talented pastry chef for a six week class. Learn basic decorating techniques. Try your hand at it, and take home beautifully decorated cupcakes every week! The first evening you will bring 6 plain cupcakes, and leave with your own creations.
Teacher: Damien Wolski Kennedy High School Monday 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm 6 weeks Start Date: April 7, 2014 Cost $60.00, plus $15.00 for cupcake decorating kit. Payable to the teacher the first night of class.
Mark your calendars! Classes will not be held on April 14- 18 (Spring Recess) May 26 (Memorial Day)
Register Early! We encourage you to register early. It can often make or break a course. Please consider your schedule when signing up for a class.
CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT PROGRAM Join the country’s fastest growing career field! This State approved training and competency evaluation program will prepare students to function as nursing assistants in hospitals, nursing centers, and home care settings. All courses are taught by certified nurses. Topics include vital signs, bed making, bed bath, transfers, lifts, and other nursing assistant skills. Students will be provided with seventy-five (75) hours of Nursing Theory and sixty (60) hours of increased supervised clinical instruction. Emphasis will be on nursing assistant responsibilities and limitations as well as legal and ethical aspects of the nursing assistant role. Teachers: Joan Santucci and Hollye Lew Location Waterbury Adult Education Time: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm Monday, Tuesday and Thursday Date: TBD Cost $750.00 for Nursing and Clinical Theory Plus $110.00 Made payable to Prometic for state exam. 10 week program Clinical Theory: Saturday 7:00 am to 3:00 pm
National Certified Phlebotomist This 200 hour, 3 and 1/2 month course will train students to perform the task of venipuncture in accordance with National Phlebotomy Association standards.
Anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, body systems, infection control, OSHA regulations, liability and malpractice, quality assurance, EKG, CPR, First Aid safety, clinical and hospital administration will be covered thoroughly. Successful completion of this program will earn national certification from the National Phlebotomy Association that is recognized in all fifty (50) states and Puerto Rico. Teacher: Charles Colella Morning Classes Monday through Thursday 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM Evening Classes Monday through Thursday 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM. Summer Session (Am only) Monday through Thursday 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM Location: Waterbury Adult Education Date: TBD Cost $1200.00 National Phlebotomy Exam included
(203) 574-8285
Nationally certified training in the precision parts manufacturing area of Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) is offered by Waterbury Adult Education in partnership with the Manufacturing Alliance Service Corporation of Connecticut. Enrollees will undergo 240 hours of training consisting of 60 hours of blueprint design and interpretation instruction, 60 hours of industry related integrated mathematics instruction, and 120 hours of hands-on instruction on state of the art CNC machines. Upon successful completion of the training, you will be prepared to become certified by the National Institute of Metalworker Skills (NIMS) as a CNC machinist. Classes operate Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for a 12-week period. Contact the Waterbury Adult Education Technical Training Center at (203) 574-8285 for our next program start date. NOTE: Small to mid-sized manufacturers in the Waterbury area are urgently in need of trained CNC employees. The Waterbury Adult Education Technical Training Center was established in 1995 to effectively meet the manpower demands of area manufacturers by providing an ongoing source of qualified, trained personnel to fill job vacancies within the precision parts industry.
Saturday April 12, 2014
Here’s a chance to visit New York’s Food ‘Hot Spots’... All in one fun day! Your motor coach will stop in each neighborhood and give you time to shop & sample your favorites. ITINERARY • ARTHUR AVENUE in the Bronx….Some considers this the real Little Italy of New York for bread, pasta, sausage and pastries. Arthur Avenue Retail Market is a covered Italian Bazar bringing together under one roof all the shopping you could want. • LITTLE ITALY Lots of wonderful restaurants. Tons of markets with imported products, delicious pastries, great eateries and gelato. • UPPER WEST SIDE ZABAR’S Gourmet Market, Choose from cheeses, breads, meats, specialty cuisine, cooking gadgets, international food & drinks. COST: $65 per person DATE: April 12, 2014 Reserve your trip by March 12, 2014 Depart: 8:00 am Returns 6:30 pm Chase Parkway Commuter Lot, (Across from Naugatuck Valley Community College) Waterbury CT This bus trip includes a tour guide. This trip requires moderate walking.
Saturday, May 17, 2014 The USS Intrepid is an important part of America’s history at sea, in the air and in space. The Intrepids role in this history spans two major wars, the space program, and rescue and recovery efforts in the days following the attacks of September 11, 2001. Visit the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, and learn about the various aircraft that flew from her deck and the technologies that supported over 3,000 American lives while at sea. The USS Intrepid is one of four institutions to receive a Space Shuttle. The Enterprise is the pathfinder for the shuttle fleet and will help inspire the next generation of explorers.
• Explore the 900 foot USS INTREPID, with its Brand New entrance featuring a 10 x 30 foot video screen…
• Hands on exhibits: Land a plane in a flight simulator, climb in a lifeboat, pick up objects with Astronauts gloves & more…
• Visit the USS Growler, “Top Secret” Submarine
• View aircraft from WWII to present day. The A-4B Skyhawk, the A12 Blackbird and the fastest passenger plane ever built: The Concorde.
The last stop will be at Times Square for your shopping and dining pleasures. DATE: May 17, 2014 COST: $80 for adults $76 for children Reserve your trip by April 17, 2014 Depart: 8:00 am Returns 6:30 pm Chase Parkway Commuter Lot, (Across from Naugatuck Valley Community College) Waterbury CT
Feel free to bring coolers to bring goodies home with you
Please mail your registrations forms and checks at least a week in advance. Drop off or mail your checks to:
Waterbury Adult Continuing Education
Waterbury, CT 06706
Lighthouse Cruise Narragansett Bay Quidnesssett County Club with Brunch Buffet
Sunday, June 8, 2014
Cruise Aboard a beautiful Catamaran • This multi-million dollar vessel is state of the art: plush climate controlled interior, outside sun
deck, enjoy 3 viewing levels for great views! • A 90 minute narrated cruise of Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island sails from North Kingstown, RI &
offers breathtaking sightseeing: 10 Famous Lighthouses along the coastline, 10 Incredible Islands, sail under the Jamestown and Newport Bridges, view the Newport Naval Base & see the Aircraft Carriers, experience Newport Harbor and fascinating waterfront.
• Prior to our cruise enjoy a wonderful Sunday Buffet Brunch at Quidnessett Country Club in North Kingstown, RI.
• Menu: chilled juices, fruit salad, breakfast pastries, scrambled eggs, sausage and bacon, home- fries, Texas French toast, chicken francese, penne, vegetable and beverage…..
• Following our cruise visit Watch Hill, RI, a lovely village on Block Island Sound.
COST $104.00 per person Depart: 8:00 am Chase Parkway Commuter Lot Waterbury Return: 6:30 pm Reserve your trip by May 8, 2014.
Sunday Brunch Jazz Cruise in New York City Sunday, August 24, 2014
The spectacular new 210 foot yacht “The Infinity” has an open bow, covered sky deck and over-sized windows providing endless opportunities to the countless sites of New York Harbor. During our 2 hour cruise, we enjoy a fabulous Sunday Buffet Brunch with Jazz entertainment followed by DJ for dancing. You will receive a glass of Prosecco upon boarding. Menu: Scrambled eggs, Bacon & Sausage, Hash Browns, French Toast, Fresh Fruit of the Season, Mini Muffins, Bagels & Danish, Southern Fried Chicken, Catch of the Day, Black Angus Sliders, Rice Pilaf, Vegetable, Dessert Station, and Coffee. Following the cruise spend time in exciting Times Square for shopping. COST: $99.00 per person Depart: 9:30am Chase Parkway Commuter Lot Waterbury Return: 6:30pm Reserve your trip by July 24, 2014
Please mail your registrations forms and checks at least a week in advance. Drop off or mail your checks to:
Waterbury Adult Continuing Education
Waterbury, CT 06706
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REFUND POLICY: No refunds will be issued unless the course is cancelled. We do not send confirmations.
Waterbury Adult Continuing Education Program reserves the right to discontinue, postpone, cancel classes, change staff or change meeting hours if and when conditions warrant. It is the student’s responsibility to contact Waterbury Adult Continuing Education prior to the start of class to inquire whether any changes have been made to the class schedule.
Gift Certificates: Make great gifts and they are for available for all classes and trips. For additional information please call the office at 203-574-8038. Tours & Trips: The costs for trips or tours are non-refundable. No discounts.
Learning is lifelong……………………
Waterbury CT 06706 (203) 574-8038