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Welcome to Gilman Community Education - maintaining the link; school, family, community

When the weather is inclement, walk the halls of Gilman school. Weekdays, when school is in session, 7 to 7:45 am. Route will be clearly marked. Buzz at door #1 to enter. Please wear tennis shoes.

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the adult beginning quilting class was not advertised as it should have been.  If you are interested, please let us know & we may be able to schedule another class.  Call Gail in Community Ed  447-8211  ext 270 or email: communityed@gilman.k12.wi.us

TECH CLASSES FOR 2019 -- All tech classes will be held in the business ed lab, room 131, from 4-5:30 pm & taught by Adam Johnson.  Cost is $10 per class or 2 classes for $15, payable at class.  Job Resources classes are FREE.  Everyone must pre-register with Community Ed; 447-8211 ext 270 or  email: communityed@gilman.k12.wi.us or online.  Go to: https//tinyurl.com/gilmantech  for online registration.  

EMAIL BASICS FOR ADULTS -- January 8  You will learn how to send, receive, reply to & forward messages.  Additional topics include mail organization, attachments & ways to keep safe while using this resource.  This class provides an appropriate pace for the novice learner. 

MOBILE DEVICES FOR ADULTS -- January 22  Got a  tablet, e-reader, smart phone, etc?  Attend this class to learn how to use your device.  If you have specific questions about your device, this class may also be of help.

JOB RESOURCES -- January 29  Free computer access for job seekers to create resumes using Career Transitions, JobNow & CareerOneStop to edit resumes, search job sites & submit  online applications.  Someone will be on hand to answer questions & give assistance.  FREE but must register!!

SUPERVISED TECH TIME -- February 5  Do you have trouble with your email?  Do you have questions about Microsoft Office?  Do you need to complete a project in Photoshop?  Bring your technology questions & get one-on-one assistance with a tech instructor.

MOBILE DEVICES FOR ADULTS -- February 19  Refer to the January 22 class for info.  

JOB RESOURCES -- February 26

OPEN LAB -- March 5  Do you need help browsing the internet?  Creating an email account?   Shopping, banking or applying for jobs online?  Take advantage of this one-on-one computer help session.  An instructor will be on hand to answer all of your questions.

TECH HELP FOR ADULTS 50+ -- March 19  Would you like to feel more confident using your smartphone, tablet or laptop independently?  Do you have questions about downloading/using apps?  Are you interested in learning how to borrow materials from the library & download them to your device?  Cost for this class is $5

JOB RESOURCES -- March 26

CLEAN UP & SPEED UP YOUR COMPUTER -- April 9  Learn how to remove programs, manage the space on your computer, speed up your browsing & more.

INTERNET SAFETY --April 23  In this class you will learn how to create secure passwords, avoid internet scams & evaluate website safety.  Receive practical advice & learn the skills you need to surf the web safely.

JOB RESOURCES -- April 30

SELL ITEMS ONLINE --May 7  An introduction to selling goods & services online via eBay, Craigslist, Etsy & Amazon Marketplace.  Learn what skills are needed to sell online, how to create & manage accounts & how to stay safe & avoid scams.

BASIC COMPUTER TROUBLESHOOTING -- May 21  This course can help navigate the basic concepts of computer troubleshooting & repair so you will better understand & resolve issues as they arise.  This course focuses primarily on Microsoft Windows, however some of the repair & troubleshooting techniques will still pertain to you if you have another operating system.

JOB RESOURCES -- May 28

INTRO TO CLOUD COMPUTING -- June 4  Learn the basics of cloud-based storage by exploring Google Docs & Microsoft OneDrive.  These services offer free storage & editing for many popular file formats such as MS Word, Excel & many others.  Seating is limited to 8, first come, first served due to limited computers.

JOB RESOURCES -- June 18 

GILMAN COMMUNITY GARAGE SALES -- May 9, 10 & 11, 2019  Contact Gail at 447-5734 to be put on the map of sales one week prior to the sale dates.  NO COST! 

BABYSITTING CLASS -- A certified instructor will be on hand to teach you the basics of babysitting.  You will receive an instruction folder & a completion certificate.  Boys & girls age 11-13 are invited to join us on May 31, 12:30 to 5 pm in the Gilman school foods lab.  Cost is $15/student.  Gilman students will be given a registration form in school.  For questions call Gail in Community Ed at 447-8211  ext 270.


Community Ed office hours are: Tuesday & Thursday, 9am to noon but you may leave a message at any time To register for any class, call Gail at 447-8211 ext 270, email: communityed@gilman.k12.wi.us , at least one week prior to the class date.

The ''Readers are Leaders" program is looking for responsible, caring adults to spend some time, 15 to 20 minutes per week, reading with a child in the Gilman school. The target age group is Pre-K thru 2nd grade because early reading skills are vital.

In younger children, it may be reading to them about something they are interested in or helping the older ones learning to expand on their new found reading abilities.

The ultimate goal is to make reading enjoyable because the more children read, the better they will become at it! Any adult interested in the program can call: Gail at 447-8211 ext 270 or email: communityed@gilman.k12.wi.us