Five Town CSD Adult & Community Education is an award-winning program. On September 15, 2019, we celebrated our 50th year of offering both enrichment and workforce classes to the community! Over 2,000 people each year participate in some way in our program, whether it is taking a class or teaching one. Sign up to take a class, offer to teach one, or even just provide us with your thoughts and ideas. We are always looking for ways to improve our already great program. Remember it doesn’t matter where you live, you can participate in our adult education program.
In any economy, Adult Education courses are great choices because they are local, affordable, and are designed to fit within your schedule.
Our offices and most of our classes are located at Camden Hills Regional High School on Route 90. Look for the granite Camden Hills Regional High School sign.
David Watts, Director – firstname.lastname@example.org
David Watts was previously with RSU5 located in Freeport where he was the Director of Community Programs. He has over 35 years’ experience in a variety of roles, including adult education, music education, facility management, banking, appraising, commercial real estate development, and arts management. In addition, he has been a music director and performer his entire adult life.
Elyse Socker, Program Manager – email@example.com
Elyse began as Evening Secretary in late September 2007, becoming Program Manager in December 2007. Elyse grew up in Massachusetts, spent 20 years in South Florida managing the Doubleday Bookshop in Palm Beach, then happily moved to Maine with her husband and son in 1997. After 30 years of bookselling, she moved into her current job, which she loves for the community connections, many opportunities to help people, and the fact there is never a dull moment!
Colleen Gleason, Evening Secretary – firstname.lastname@example.org
Colleen’s work history includes the Maine State Departments of Forestry,
Education, Agriculture, as well as the Maine House of Representatives, the
Maine State Senate, the Finance Authority of Maine, RSU 40 Adult Education
and the Camden-Rockport Elementary School. Colleen brings a diverse range of skills, which include banking, legal, legislative, rule-making, and public relations experience to Five Towns CSD Adult & Community Education.
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Contact us if you have any questions or feedback about our program or the web site.
Telephone number: 236-7800 ext. 5