December 09, 2013
Jon Conover, Com.Ed.;
5 Chelsea Place, Clifton Park, NY 12065 • 518-881-0444
Our Adult/Community Education Program provides recreation, enrichment, vocational, and educational courses for people of all ages. We succeed when the community takes advantage of the services provided. We urge you to take part in our programs by: suggesting ideas for our programs; volunteering to assist with our programs; sharing your skills or hobbies by instructing a program or by enrolling in one or more of our programs.
Shenendehowa offers a wide variety of classes for the community from aquatics to art to investing. For more information:
Preferred method: Completely fill out the registration form on the back and mail with a check or money order payable to-“Shenendehowa Central School” and send to:
Shenendehowa Central School
5 Chelsea Place
Clifton Park, NY 12065
(There will be a $20 charge for returned checks)
Any person 16 years and older is
eligible to attend unless otherwise noted.
Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis and can be mailed in as soon as the brochure is available on the Community Education page of the Shenendehowa website at www.shenet.org
Please make out a separate check for each course and note the name of the course on the check.
Registrations will not be confirmed. Registrants will be notified in advance only if a class is canceled.
Out of district residents must pay an additional $10 per course, except for Driver Education and one-night courses.
All book and supply fees are included with the registration fees unless otherwise noted.
Refunds will be given if the course is canceled by
If the student cancels a course prior to the start of the first class, a refund, less a $10 cancellation fee, will be given.
NO REFUNDS/CREDITS will be given for cancellations after the course begins and for one-night courses.
If school is closed for the day, all evening activities, including Community Education courses, WILL NOT BE HELD! Information regarding closings will be first posted on the Shenendehowa website at www.shenet.org and TV announcements to follow.
Off campus: Okte (Exit 8, Crescent Road)
Chango (Exit 11)
High Schools: HSW - High School West
HSE - High School East
Middle schools: Gowana, Koda, Acadia
Driver Education is offered by the Community Education Department during the school year (fall/winter, spring and summer session). Registration forms for the Driver Education program are available on this website. Registrations are accepted in the order that they are received with SENIORS taking preference. Students must be 16 years of age.
The Shenendehowa Central School District, in conjunction with the Community Education Department, is pleased to sponsor our Summer Enrichment Program for students entering grades 1-12. We will again be offering a full camp format. Some camps are half-day camps while others are full day camps. Most camp directors and staff members are current Shenendehowa employees. All camps will be located primarily on the Shenendehowa campus.
Language Enrichment and Arts Program
Capital Region Language Center (CRLC) is now offering a unique twelve-week long after school language program for elementary students, with the objective of giving children a basic foundation in a foreign language through interactive activities. CRLC believes that exposing children to a new language at a young age leads to great pronunciation, a solid base for future study, and a life-long love of language and culture. Through CRLC’s Language Enrichment and Arts Program (LEAP!), students will learn age-appropriate language skills - such as the alphabet, numbers, greetings, courtesies, colors, shapes, and thematic vocabulary – through singing, movement, art, and group work. Classes will have between 8 and 14 students and will be taught by our team of highly qualified language instructors who have considerable experience creating fun and challenging curricula and teaching in a dynamic and engaging manner!