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Lewiston-Porter Central School District

Our Classes

6 Hour Insurance/Point Reduction Course

Calendar Mar 1, 2021 at 5:30 pm

This course is designed to teach motorists driving strategies that help minimize risks associated with hazards on the road. In addition, this defensive driving course includes applicable New York state traffic laws that help drivers use safer driving techniques to avoid and prevent accidents. The New York Department of Motor Vehicles allows you to complete a defensive driving course to reduce up to four points on your driving record and provide you with a mandatory 10% insurance reduction for 3 years. Whether you are required by the NYS DMV, looking to reduce ticket points and/or just want your 10% car insurance reduction, this state-approved course will help you meet your goal.


Beginner Beekeeping

Calendar Mar 1, 2021 at 6 pm

We are bringing in the “King Bee” of WNY honey producers for this second-to-none, comprehensive beginners’ class on beekeeping. This class is designed in a series of weekly workshop topics that cover a wide range of information to get you started on your new hobby. This series is for people who range from just starting out, to those who have had bees for years and are looking for more information on topics like the cycle of annual hive death. We will cover choosing equipment, where to get bees, how to locate a place for your hives, bee biology, nectar plants, feeding, supering, swarming, fall management, winter prep, basic disease and pest ID and management, and hive products. In the spring, there will be an optional open hive session, with hands-on experience.

Students aged 14 and up are welcome to register for this class when a parent or guardian is also registered and attends the same class.

Required Textbook (Available on Amazon) The Beekeepers Handbook by Sammataro and Alphonse.

Essential Computer Skills - Getting Familiar with Windows 10

Calendar Mar 2, 2021 at 1 pm

Getting familiar with Windows is essential in order to take advantage of all of the wonderful, useful and helpful tools it provides. This class will help you use your computer with less frustration. Suggested prerequisite: Understanding Your Device- Computers, iPhones and Androids- An Introduction

Untethering Your Inner Self

Calendar Mar 4, 2021 at 6:30 pm

This class is an exploration of the topics of critical thinking and how that process can be used to free ourselves from being trapped by the limitations of our self-imposed world. It provides the opportunity to view your ‘self’ from different angles. Although the journey is primarily an inner one, it will draw upon every aspect of your life. Could your thoughts be creating barriers to your growth? Do you believe you can reprogram your “self” to be more open? How do you protect your self-concept? Have you ever truly examined the assumptions that drive all of your behavior? Learn to stop resisting reality, and what used to look like stressful problems will begin to look like the stepping-stones of your journey. The session will be presented in a four-part series of 60-minute segments.

Essential Computer Skills - Your Account, Not Just Email

Calendar Mar 9, 2021 at 1 pm

In this class, we will practice emailing with attachments and explore contacts, calendar and other features available in your email account. You will be using your own email account during class, so be prepared with your own email address and password. . Suggested prerequisite: Essential Computer Skills- Getting Familiar with Windows 10.

4-Hour SAT Boot Camp

Calendar Mar 9, 2021 at 6 pm

Get a jumpstart on your SAT test preparation! This comprehensive course introduces students to the SAT test with emphasis on test-taking strategies, testing information, how to best prepare for the SAT test and practice questions in each subject. Course includes online workbook/study materials and a free simulated SAT test.  (2021 SAT test dates 3/13, 5/8 and 6/5)

Medicare 101 - Understanding Your Options
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Medicare 101 - Understanding Your Options

Calendar Mar 10, 2021 at 6 pm

Free- Prior registration is required. Mail in or call 286-7265 for registration.

Medicare is confusing! What are parts A, B, C and D? When do I have to enroll? What will I pay? What is a Medicare Advantage Plan? What is a Medicare Supplement Plan? What about late enrollment penalties, Extra Help, Epic or Medicare Savings Programs? What kind of plans might work best for me? See how this education will help you understand how the Medicare program works. We will provide a general overview of the variety of Medicare Insurance products that are available to beneficiaries.

Free- Prior registration is required. Mail in or call 286-7265 for registration.

How to Save Your Retirement Savings
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How to Save Your Retirement Savings

Calendar Mar 10, 2021 at 6:30 pm

Free- Prior registration is required. Mail in or call 286-7265 for registration.

Should I choose care in my own home or a nursing home? If I should live too long, do I have enough assets to last as long as I live? When should I consider transferring assets or my home to loved ones, prior to facing a long term care need? These are just a few of the topics that will be discussed during this informative class. Please join us on one of three dates offered.

Free- Prior registration is required. Mail in or call 286-7265 for registration.

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