One of the most successful and longest running adult school programs has offered adult education courses at James Caldwell High School for 71 years. This spring, 40 remote and 20 in-person courses will be offered with limited enrollment. Most online courses start the week of March 22, 2021 and most face-to-face courses start the week of April 12, 2021.
We offer a total of 60 exciting courses, so we cannot list them all. Some of the courses offered this spring include: Boating Safety License, CPR / AED, Getting Started With Zoom Video Conferencing, Cable Cutting, Managing Stress and Anxiety, Happiness 101, Spanish I & II, Italian I. & III, French I and Sign Language I & II. New courses offered this spring include: Diane Lang’s 3 new courses, Candle Making Basics, Creative Events Workshop and Party Planning, Italian III, Strategies for Adults with ADHD, Inclusive Workshops Medicine, Social Media Benefits and Benefits, and Research on Italian Genealogical Records.
One of the longest running courses (57 years old) is wine tasting now taught by Carl Camasta. In this course, participants will learn to appreciate wines from the western and eastern United States, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, and the southern hemisphere. Wine tasting is an essential part of this class. Former instructor Dan Kifner explains, “This is the longest running wine class in the state of New Jersey. Over the years the course has changed and evolved, but one thing remains the same: the lessons are insightful and great fun. ”
Our website is www.cwcboe.org/continuinged. Courses can be paid for online with a credit card, or you can print out the registration form and mail a check. Sign up today to stimulate your mind and body and join the fun at this longstanding successful adult school. If you have any questions, you can email director James Casalino at [email protected]