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MSAD 52 Adult & Community Education

Personal Enrichment

Hornet Pride Summer Boys Basketball Camp


with Michael Hathaway

Calendar Jun 25, 2018 at 8 am, runs for 1 week

Players will focus on developing fundamental skills while having fun. Learn the game from the LAHS Basketball coaching staff and players.

This camp is for boys entering grades 3-6.

Hornet Pride Summer Girls Basketball Camp


with Angela Courchesney

Calendar Jul 23, 2018 at 9 am, runs for 1 week

Develop fundamental skills and having fun while learning the game from the LAHS basketball coaching staff and players.

For players entering grades 3 - 7.

Hornet Pride Summer Youth Football Camp


with Michael Hathaway

Calendar Jul 23, 2018 at 4:30 pm, runs for 1 week

The focus will be on developing football skills and having fun while learning the game from the LAHS/Tripp Football coaching staff and players. Players will need cleats and a molded mouthpiece. Equipment will be provided for players who participate in the TAA football program. Monday/Tuesday the players wear helmet/shoulder pads.  Please show up early on the first day to get gear.

Wednesday/Thursday players should wear full gear.

This camp is for players entering grades 2-6


Kids Art Connection Camp


with Jeannette Whitman

Calendar Jul 16, 2018 at 9 am, runs for 1 week

Explore painting techniques with Acrylics.  Daily themes will be incorporated into this fun and educational paining journey.  Experiment with brush strokes, color and perspective to enhance your budding artist.  Let’s create a masterpiece! Please bring a snack. For campers entering 4th - 6th grades.

Material fee:  $10 paid to instructor at first class.

LAHS Summer Field Hockey League


with Wanda Ward-McLean

Summer League is an opportunity for girls interested in refining their skills in game situations.  Most games will be held at Bates College with a schedule to follow from Coach Ward-McLean.

Players need to supply stick, shinguards, mouthguard, goggles, proper footwear and water.

LAHS Summer Football


with Michael Hathaway

Calendar Jun 25, 2018 at 5:30 pm

This program is for players entering grades 7—12 intending to play on the middle school or high school team. It includes workouts, weightlifting, 7 on 7 games, practices, and a week-long camp the last week of July.  

Detailed schedules are available from Coach Hathaway.

The weightroom is open 8-10 and 3-5 Monday-Thursday (HS only).  

Grade 7+8 practices are July 10, 12, 19, 20 @ 6pm

HS-7v7 practice July 3 (8am), 5, 10, 12 and 20th @ 7pm

HS-OLine practice July 19+20 6pm

Language & Literacy
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Language & Literacy


Know someone who would benefit from improved speaking and writing skills in English?  English Language Learners (formerly ESOL - English for Speakers of Other Languages) day and evening classes are available at varying ability levels from beginning to advanced.  New students must call to schedule an intake appointment to determine their level before registering for classes.  Registration is free!

Call 225-1010, option 1 to make your intake appointment today!

Mad Science Brixology & Engineering Camp


with Mad Science

Calendar Aug 6, 2018 at 9 am, runs for 1 week

Get ready for the Bridges, Bricks, Blast-Off Brigade! Campers step into the shoes of engineers in this Mad Science FUN'gineered camp full of rockets, wacky machines, flying devices, roller coasters, and BRICKS! We have merged 2 days of our BRIXOLOGY program with 3 days of our “Adventures in Engineering” Camp to inspire our next generation of engineers in mechanical, structural, aerospace, and nautical engineering. For two days, children are challenged to use LEGO® bricks to assemble a space station and a mechanized drawing machine. They will also use their creativity to solve real-world design challenges like building a sailboat slalom and off-world habitat. They build skyscrapers and are challenged to build the strongest bridge. Blast off a variety of rockets propelled my model engines, air, and water. Discover Newton’s Laws of Motion with a cool crash test dummy experiment and create a variety of boat and submarine designs. Children build and take-home projects like micro-pincher's, a wooden cube puzzle, balloon car, and flying fizzler rockets. Brixology take-homes are the Wave Rider Boat and Skyroller Zipline cable car which are compatible with campers LEGO® bricks at home. Come give your future engineer the opportunity to have a blast exploring all the wonders the world of engineering holds!  For ages 6 - 12.

For more info and what to expect each day, click HERE!

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