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Hampton Bays Schools Release Adult Ed Schedule Online

The adult education department has gone green.

The Hampton Bays School District Adult Education Department has gone green, now offering its adult education program schedule online.

The move, the district said, will save the self-sustaining adult education program money.

Aside from offering course selections online, the brochure will be available at select locations around town, including all of the district's schools and at King Kullen, Skidmores, Capital One, Starbucks and at the Post Office.

This semester's course offerings, said Eleni Fotopoulos, director, include new classes in crafts, physical fitness, health and safety, astrology and the arts.

Two new classes, she said are self-hypnosis and stress management

There are also a number of old favorites that have been brought are back, she said.

"From students entering Pre-Kindergarten as a four year-old to adults taking an arts or language class on a Wednesday evening, the Hampton Bays Public Schools has something for everyone," said Lars Clemensen, superintendent of schools.

All classes are held at the Hampton Bays High School and are on a first-come basis. Class prices vary.

To access the Spring 2013 brochure, click here and be sure to let us know which classes you plan to sign up for in the comment section below or if you have taken a class in the past, post a review.

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