The following are classes being developed for fall 2018. Limited information is available currently. Please email Community Learning if you are interested in these or other classes.

English Language Learners - basic reading, writing and comprehension
GED Prep Course - General Educational Development/High school Diploma Equivalent - brush up on math, English, social studies and science to be ready to write the GED exam. This 10 week prep course will be offered as an evening course. 
Hide Tanning - wild game, sheep or cow hides will be used to explain/demonstrate an overview of the tanning process 
Cree Language Conversation - evening sessions to help brush up and learn nehiyawewin/Cree lanuage.
Making Your Lunch  $ Go Further - improving math skills by making a budget for groceries.
Healing Writing Circle - explore this healing technique that builds self awareness and communication skills through creative thinking and writing.
Introduction to iPad for beginners - a course for those just starting out.
Rattle and Drum Making - starting with raw hide, participants will be guided through the process of making a rattle or drum. 
Spanish for beginners - Spanish language classes 

Fall 2018

ELL - English Language Learning (Formerly ESL) October 29 - December 12,  2018
Mondays and Wednesdays 3:00 - 5:00 pm.
A class for those wanting to improve: speaking, listening, understanding, reading and writing English has started this fall. If you are interested, please call the office to register or to receive more information. 780-614-6346

ayiwastik napewak (peaceful men)  - Mondays starting November 5th @ 5:00-8:00 pm  snacks provided
This course is designed for adult males working towards positive changes in their relationships. Grief and loss, conflict resolution, cycle of violence and healthy communication are some of the topics to be covered. Trained facilitators and traditional role models are guiding the sessions that will help attendees find new strategies and support to move forward in a good way.  Contact SPCLA office or the Mannwanis Friendship Center to register. 


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