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Adult & Community Education


The Keystone Central School District is pleased to be able to offer its facilities and instructors to help meet the educational needs of the community. We offer a wide variety of lifelong learning opportunities designed for personal enrichment, job retraining, or skill enhancement. Please check back often as these educational opportunities are changing and expanding. 

Evening Classes: Evening classes will be offered several times a year in a variety of areas.  Most classes are held at Central Mountain High School on Tuesday or Thursday nights from 6 to 8 pm. Costs vary for each class.   For an updated schedule, call the Adult Education Office at (570) 893-4900 x 4301 or email Becky Conklin at

The majority of classes are held at the high school in various rooms, participants will be notified of directions to park and get to your class, through email or phone call the week prior to the class. If a class is offered off-site the address will be provided in the description. 

The Keystone Central Adult & Community Education Program is always looking for ideas for future programs.  If you have suggestions or are in need of a specific type of training, please contact Becky Conklin at the above phone number or email. 

Spring 2024 Class Offerings

Crafty Cards Night - Max. 12

Elaine Barth is back with her can-do-crafty cards fun. She will guide you step-by-step to make unique and beautiful holidays, and all occasion cards in this make-n-take class. Busy schedule, not sure if card making is for you? Join us for a one night make-n-take to test the waters (or come back for more). This class will include simple fun fold cards but will extend to creating specialty cards. We're going to bump it up a notch to create cards that twist and turn. Step-by-step directions will be given, and materials provided for a wow factor paper craft to give to those special people in your life!  No Cricut needed. Tuesday, March 5 from 5:30 - 8:30pm $25.00/per person in Room E019. 

Introduction to Herbalism- Max 10 

Three separate class courses which includes plant-based healing, how to prepare herbs for culinary and medicinal purposes, and how to grow your own medicine garden. Instructor Sue Morris is the owner of a local business Sue’s Salves that crafts organic herbal and aromatherapy products. She will walk you through basic concepts of how common herbs can benefit your everyday life. Each class will have a different topic. Tuesday, April 2, 9, and 16 6:00 – 8:00pm in Room E019. $20.00/class Please ensure you are signing up for the correct class(es) on your registration form/online.

Crocheting with Noel Greene- Max 15. Noel of NoChells Crochet will teach you the basics of how to crochet, or if you are more advanced, how to take your craft to a new level. In this four week how to class you will learn to make a washcloth if you are just starting out, and an animal project if you are more advanced with your skills. Each participant will get a crochet hook and a tapestry needle, a printed pattern for the project for the class, and information on how to find patterns for future projects. For more information on Noel check out her Facebook page NoChells Crochet. The class will be held in the CTC Office in the Administration Building of Central Mountain High School Tuesdays from April 2 to April 30th 6:30 - 8:30pm. Cost is $75.00 for the entirety of the class. (Cancelled)

Charcuterie Board Making - Max 10. Learn how to make your own charcuterie board for parties, pot lucks, or a fun family brunch, lunch or dinner. Kari Boyle will walk you through step by step several charcuterie board hacks like a rose made from cheese or meat slices. Each participant will make and take their own snack board home to share. Class will be in Room E9 the kitchen at Central Mountain High School, Thursday, March 21 from 7:00-9:00pm. $45.00 per participant. The class maximum is 10, so sign up now, and learn something fun.

From Stress to Bliss - Max 12. This program will help you begin to live more mindfully and healthfully by requiring you to spend time on yourself.  This program is based on two powerful principles: first. That regular yoga practice can increase happiness and decrease stress and second that each one of us is unique in how we create our own stress and our own bliss. Fritts is a registered Phoenix Rising Yoga therapist and a member of the Yoga Alliance provider. Classes will be held in the Piper Building on the 3rd floor in Fritt's studio on Mondays, starting March 4 and will run for four consecutive weeks until March 25 from 7-7:45. The cost is $60.00 for the entire program. 

What’s Cooking?- Max 12 Pairs. It's time for supper at 6. This one pot meal will be prepared by you and your favorite assistant; your son, daughter, grandchild or anyone you want to learn your way around the kitchen with. Michelle Hoy will walk you and your assistant step by step to a one pot healthy and delicious meal to treat you and your cooking partner tonight, and your entire family at a later date. Tips and tricks for grocery shopping, along with the recipe will be part of the culinary experience. Each night will be a new one-pot meal. Sunday, April 14, 21, & 28th from 6-8:00pm at CMMS. Participants are asked to bring an apron if they have one, pull their hair back if it's long, and will meet at the Main Office of the middle school and be directed to the classroom at 5:45. Cost per pair $30.00/class. $80.00/pair for all three classes.

Safety Inspector Certification Training Program - Upon Request. Must be 18 and over. Contact Becky at for more information.

Keystone Central School District does not discriminate in their educational programs, activities or employment practices based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, ancestry or any other legally protected classification. This policy is in accordance with state and federal laws, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act. Information relative to special accommodation, grievance procedure, and the designated responsible official for compliance with Title VI, Title IX, and Section 504 may be obtained by contacting the principal.

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Refunds and/or credits will only be given if a class is cancelled. Classes will be cancelled approximately one week prior to the date if the minimum number of participants have not been met. 

Any violation of this policy should be reported to the principal, who will investigate and make determinations, within policy, based on the investigation. Appeal of the principal’s decision can be made to the Director of Pupil Services.





Highly Qualified training to meet Title 1 Requirements

KCSD is offering online courses to prepare for the Title 1 compliant assessments. Each of the self-paced 13 courses takes about 45 to 60 minutes to complete and include a short assessment test and completion certification. After completion you will be able to take the practice assessments and the two Title 1 compliant assessments. The cost is $85 which includes the 13 courses, practice assessments and the two Title 1 compliant assessments. For more information email or call the ACE office at 570-893-4900 x 4301.

The courses include:

Supporting Instruction,
• Title 1 Reading
• Title 1 Writing
• Title 1 Mathematics
Reading Skills
• Title 1 Narrative Texts
• Title 1 Informative Texts
• Title 1 Decoding Language & Utilizing Layout
Writing Skills
• Title 1 Parts of Speech & Effective Sentences
• Title 1 Mechanics of Writing
Mathematics Skills
• Title 1 Understanding the Basic Skills
• Title 1 Fractions, Decimals, & Percentages
• Title 1 Basic Algebra • Title 1 Basic Geometry
• Title 1 Basic Data Analysis

Title 1 Compliant Assessments

  1. Reading, Writing, & Math—Instructional Support. Evaluates the ability to support reading, writing, and math instruction.
  2. Reading, Writing, & Math—Knowledge & Applications. Evaluates knowledge & skills to solve problems in reading, writing, and math.

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Memorial Park

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Woolrich Park

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Castanea Park

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Wayne Township Park

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Keystone Central School District Park Program 



Summer Recreation Program

Welcome to the Summer Recreation Program, this program is designed to offer free, fun, safe, and supervised activities to any child aged five years to 12 years of age within the Keystone Central Community. The program runs Monday through Friday, 9:30 to noon, from June 17 until August 9. This year 10 playgrounds are participating, they are Hammermill, Tiger Den, and Piper-Harmon in Lock Haven, Chapman Township (North Bend), Renovo, South Renovo, Castanea, Mill Hall, Pine Creek Township (Woolrich), and Wayne Township. 


The program is a collaborative effort between the school district, Clinton County, The Clinton County community Foundation, and 7 sponsoring municipalities. Also making the program possible are the Rotary Club of Downtown Lock Haven, The Kiwanis Clubs of Mill Hall and Lock Haven, the Loggia Giosue Carducci Lodge No 146, Club 903 Small Game of Chance, and the Lock Haven Order of Eagles #4298. 


Park/Playground Rules


  1. Listen to all instructions from the Park Supervisors. They are here to assure all participants have a safe and fun time. 

  2. Be Safe. Keep hands, feet and other objects to yourself.

  3. Be Responsible. Follow directions the first time given.

  4. Be Respectful. Use appropriate language and behaviors at all times.

  5. Be Kind. Always treat others as you would like to be treated.

  6. Wrestling, karate, tackling, fighting, and horseplay are not allowed.

  7. Use playground equipment as it is intended to be used (ex. Jump ropes are to be used for jumping only.)

  8. Caution for other students on the playground must be observed while playing all group games.

  9. No possession or use of drugs, e-products, or tobacco. Possession or use will result in disciplinary action as outlined in KCSD district policy and can lead to an arrest and/or fine.

  10. Possession of a firearm and/or other dangerous weapons and objects which are designed or used to inflict bodily harm or place a person in fear of his/her safety or well-being are strictly prohibited. This includes pocket knives. 

  11. No Teasing or Bullying.

  12. All other playground rules established by the local municipality. 

Failure to follow the rules as described above can lead to the participants’ removal from the summer recreation program. 


Since our activities are conducted outdoors, rain could make this difficult or impossible. If it doesn't seem logical to be open or stay open due to weather conditions, the park will close for the day.

4th & 5th of July Closing

The program will close on the 4th and the 5th of July in recognition of the 4th of July holiday. 

Drop Off and Pick Up

If you are not staying with your child, please be respectful of the program's hours. Do not drop off your child before 9:30 and please pick them up at noon. 

Questions or Concerns

The park supervisor is the first point of contact for the summer program, if they cannot answer your question or issue, they can relay that information to the Park Coordinator. If you need to contact the Park Coordinator, you can email or call 570-893-4900 x 4301, and leave a message. All messages will be responded to by the end of that program day.