Adult Education Offerings

The fall semester of Adult Education programs will begin the week of September 25.  The courses are designed to meet the academic and recreational interests of our community in an ADULTS ONLY setting.  Registrations for classes may be done simply by showing up the first night of the class.  We invite you to come out, learn, recreate and meet new people as well as experience some of our facilities.   If you have a special talent or skill you would like to share or a class you would like to see offered, please call the school at 315-376-9015.

AM Lap Swim: 
6:00 - 7:00 a.m.
Supervised lap swimming for improving stroke technique and cardio-vascular fitness.  A lifeguard will be on duty.  Starts:  September 11.   Instructor:  Mrs. Kathie Egloff

Open Fitness Room:  5:30 - 6:30 a.m.  Monday - Friday AND  6:15-7:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday
Our expansive room of state-of-the-art fitness equipment, weights, equipment and exercise bikes will be open to the public in an adults-only setting.  We hope to have enough interest to keep the facility open for the entire academic year.  A school supervisor will be on hand to assist you and orient you to the facility’s equipment. Instructor:  Mr. Chase Vanucchi is the morning instructor and starts on September 25 and Mr. Steve Fuller and Mr. Joseph Widrick are the evening instructors.  Starts:  This will start on Monday, September 25.

Adult Recreational Volleyball: 
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
For individuals interested in playing volleyball with other adults.  We hope to have two full courts in action.  (Nights subject to weekly fluctuation.)  Instructor, Mr. Kyle Zehr (HYPERLINK "" will provide a schedule and starts September 26.

AM Lap Swim
6:00 - 7:00 a.m.
See Monday Synopsis

Open Fitness Room 5:30 - 6:30 a.m. and 6:15 - 7:45 p.m.
See Monday synopsis

Family Swim: 
7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Open pool time for families and their children.  This program runs every Wednesday and each child must be accompanied by an adult.  Starts:  September 27.  Lifeguard:  Mrs. Kathie Egloff   No Swim on Wednesday, October 4.

AM Lap Swim
6:00 - 7:00 a.m.
See Monday synopsis

Open Fitness Room 5:30 - 6:30 a.m. and 6:15 - 7:45 p.m.
See Monday synopsis

Open Fitness Room
5:30 - 6:30 a.m. and 6:15 - 7:45 p.m.
See Monday synopsis

AM Lap Swim
6:00 -  7:00 a.m.
See Monday Synopsis

Open Fitness Room
5:30 - 6:30 a.m.  
See Monday synopsis

AM Lap Swim 6:00 - 7:00 a.m.
See Monday synopsis

Early dismissal and school closings will automatically cancel adult programs that day.

Fort Drum School Support Services
School Support Services (SSS) provides Army school-aged youth with educational opportunities, resources and information necessary to achieve academic success. A branch of Child and Youth Services (CYS), SSS is home to the School Support Services, where the School Liaison Officer (SLO) helps deliver the best educational resources and information for your children.

We specialize in education transitions, and make sure incoming and exiting Families have information about local schools, graduation requirements, after-school services/programs, youth sponsorship programs and home schooling. We also help parents better understand the education process, school organization and interaction strategies.
How the SLO can help:
Build relationships and facilitate communication among Army Families and the local school community
Inform and assist parents with school transitions and deployment challenges
Establish school and community partnerships
Facilitate access to home school resources for parents
Provide information about college and other post-secondary opportunities and preparation materials
Inform and assist parents on youth education and school issues
Fort Drum SLO Webpage:
Matt Rogers, Fort Drum School Liaison Officer: 315-772-3214, HYPERLINK ""
Fort Drum Information
Fort Drum Website: HYPERLINK ""

Fort Drum Garrison Commander: Current commander, Colonel Bryan Laske, will relinquish command to Colonel Kenneth Harrison on August 2nd, 2017.
10th Mountain Division Commanding General: Major General Walter Piatt
Fort Drum Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Website:
Resources for Military Families
Free Live Tutoring for Military Dependents: HYPERLINK ""
The Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children (MIC3): HYPERLINK ""
Military One Source:
National Military Family Association:'

”Homeless Christmas Tree” Initiative
   November 20th - December 22nd
This Annual initiative is sponsored by the Lewis County Youth Bureau in support of the Lewis County Department of Social Services (DSS) as well as many other local agencies, who recognize there is a hidden epidemic that touches the lives of most of our citizens in one way or another.  This epidemic has to do with homelessness, and the lack of safe and affordable housing.  There are many reasons that families and individuals find themselves “out in the cold” including job loss, illness, addictions; and house fires.
Donated items are used for our “Homeless Bin” Project.  Each bin contains personal hygiene, kitchen and bathroom supplies, items needed when a family or individual “start over.”  Donations received from the 2016 initiative, enabled DSS to issue 35 bins to our homeless and economically vulnerable constituents.  Additionally, over 180 individuals and families, benefited from the donations through referrals from other local prevention awareness agencies and school districts. We were also able to assist 3 families that were displaced from house fires. 
Again, this year the “Homeless Christmas Tree” will be located at the Lewis County Chamber of Commerce office, located at 7576 South State Street, Lowville.  Donated items can be dropped off at the Chamber of Commerce beginning November 20th - December 22nd, Monday through Friday from 9am to 4pm, or contact Penny Demo at 315.376.5411 to make other arrangements. 

Bath Towels/Wash Cloths Scrub Brushes Diapers (all sizes)
Blankets (Twin and Full) Silverware Baby Wipes
Sheets (Twin and Full) Manual Can Openers Baby Powder
Mattress Pads (Twin and Full) Toasters Baby Shampoo
Pillows Pot & Pan Sets Other Baby Items
Laundry Detergent Cleaning Supplies
Dish Detergent Soap
Shampoo/Conditioner Tooth Paste/Tooth Brushes
Deodorant Toilet Paper
Paper Towels Shavers/Razors

Monetary donations will also be accepted and will be utilized to replenish homeless items that we run out of throughout the year, and to purchase Gas Cards from local vendors, that would be provided to other helping agencies who have consumers who have retained work, however have not yet received their first paycheck, therefore need a little help to get back and forth to work.


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