We will have no day time classes today, Wednesday, March 15th. Evening classes will run as scheduled.
Posted by Ander Thebaud on March 15, 2017
All RSU 24 Adult Ed. classes will end at 11:45 am on Tuesday, March 14th. All evening classes are also canceled. Please call us with any questions, 422-4794.
Posted by Ander Thebaud on March 14, 2017
RSU 24 Adult Education classes will start at 10:00 am today, Thursday, February 16th. Evening classes will run as scheduled.
Posted by Ander Thebaud on February 16, 2017
Evening adult ed classes are cancelled for Wednesday, February 15, 2017, due to another storm making its way towards the Downeast region. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com or 422-4794. Stay safe!
Posted by Jean Girmscheid on February 15, 2017
RSU 24 Adult Education has a 2 hour delay and will open at 10am today, Feb. 14th. Evening classes will be held as scheduled. If you have any questions contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 422-4794.
Posted by Jean Girmscheid on February 14, 2017
RSU 24 Adult Education is closed on Monday, February 13, 2017, due to snow. All daytime and evening classes and appointments are cancelled. If you have questions about rescheduling, please contact our office at 422-4794 or email@example.com.
Posted by Jean Girmscheid on February 12, 2017
All daytime and evening adult education classes and appointments are cancelled for Thursday, February 9, 2017, due to impending snow storm. Stay safe!
Posted by Jean Girmscheid on February 9, 2017
Due to weather and road conditions, all classes are cancelled for RSU 24 Adult Education for Tuesday, January 24th. All day and evening classes are cancelled. Be safe!
Posted by Jean Girmscheid on January 24, 2017 | Read more in: News
Due to snow and road conditions, all daytime and evening classes for RSU 24 Adult Ed are cancelled for today, Monday, December 12, 2016.
Posted by Jean Girmscheid on December 12, 2016
Thébaud, who directs the adult education program for Regional School Unit 24, was named Adult Education Director of the Year at the annual conference of the Maine Adult Education Association in June.
“Though she is new to the position, Ander Thébaud could not be more deserving of this award,” according to Laura Bryant, an advisor and math teacher in the department who nominated Thébaud. “Since taking the reins of the post two years ago, she has led our program through significant restructuring with a balance of continuity and fresh ideas.”
Bryant, whose comments were read at the awards ceremony in Dover Foxcroft, said Thébaud’s focus on contextualized learning “helps all of us engage students at a deeper level.”
“She has a wealth of knowledge surrounding adult education and current developments in education in general and always brings that learning into our programs,” Bryant said.
“Ander understands the value of feedback,” Bryant said. “She is in frequent contact with partners at the district and state level as well as in the community. She involves both students and staff in evaluations of programs and uses input to improve outcomes.”
“Students, staff and programs are each strengthened by Ander’s support and leadership,” said Bryant. “She is truly outstanding.”
Thébaud has been director of the RSU’s adult education program since November 2014, but has been with the program since 2010.
She has also served as assistant director of admissions, assistant director of student services and then director of student services at College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor.
Thébaud then decided on a new path, carpentry. She was a carpenter on Mount Desert Island for seven years and, at the same time, was an owner and guide of Acadia Outdoor Guide Service, also on MDI.
After several years, Thébaud returned to academia as director of residential life at George Stevens Academy in Blue Hill, where she designed, administered and assessed the international student residential life program.
She then joined RSU 24 as coordinator of adult education academic programs while serving as a coordinator of the Pathways alternative education program at Sumner Memorial High School.
Posted by Jean Girmscheid on July 25, 2016