We are so excited to post our 2021 Fall Community Education Brochure:
Community Education Update, 03/25/21:
We are thrilled to announce that we are currently making plans to once again offer Community Education Classes this Fall! I am currently working on securing Instructors and preparing a brochure of classes that will be offered. Be on the lookout for the completed list near August, 2021!! If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact: Penni L. Nugent, Community Education Director, at (270) 726-8405, or email [email protected]
Community Education Update, 11/13/20:
Since school has begun, it has been determined that no one but students and staff are allowed in the schools (including parents), and this will continue to be throughout the entire school year. This affects Community Education immensely as you know our goal is to get the community into the schools via the classes offered. Hence, no fall semester of classes and no spring classes in 2021. I have been asked about virtual classes, but honestly, I cannot justify charging for a class virtually when these days most any topic can be found on You-Tube. I think the classes in the past have been so successful due to the fellowship of Instructors and students. Again, I want thank you for all that you do to support Community Education. I am continuously open to any and all suggestions and would love to hear input. Hopefully, we will be looking at different circumstances with the new year. Until then, please continue to take good care of yourselves, practice safety at home and work, and enjoy the holidays!
Community Education Update, 8/11/20:
The decision has been made to not offer any Community Education Classes this Fall semester, 2020. As we are still struggling even to make decisions regarding our schools, I do not feel it is an opportune time to ask Instructors to prepare to teach classes, nor to ask the community to enroll in classes. One of the goals of Community Education is to get the public into our schools, and that is just not what we want to happen at this time. I cannot thank you enough for all that you do to support Community Education. I am continuously open to any and all suggestions and would love to hear input. Hopefully, next Spring, we will be looking at different circumstances. Until then, please continue to take good care of yourselves, practice safety at home and work, and wash your hands!
Please note: 3/13/20 - Due to the closing of Russellville Independent Schools for the upcoming weeks, Community Education Classes will be cancelled for the Spring Semester. We will look forward to the Fall semester with a fresh new start!
Russellville/Logan County Community Education, 2020 Spring Classes:
Contact: Penni L. Nugent, Community Education Director, at (270) 726-8405, or email [email protected]
*Unless specified in each class, we must have a minimum of 5 and maximum of 10-12 to offer the classes.