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Community Education

Community Education - Something for Everyone!

Caledonia-Mumford Central School's Community Education Program is available to learners of all ages.

Classes in a variety of interesting areas are offered throughout the school year and over the summer.

Our programs are advertised in the Livingston County News and on our school website, as well as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Classes are open to district and non-district residents. 

We hope you'll participate in a Community Education class soon.

We are also looking for talented people to join our growing list of class instructors. Please contact the Community Education office if you have a talent or expertise that you'd like to share with others. Contact Mollie Bleier, Community Education Coordinator at 585-538-6811.

To register for any of these offerings, contact Mollie Bleier, Community Education Coordinator at 585-538-6811 or at

The following are ongoing classes and activities in our Community Education program: 

5 Hour Pre-licensing Class: The course is scheduled about every 4-6 weeks and is open to the public - you do not need to reside in the Cal-Mum School District. The registration fee is $35 per person. You must have a valid NYS Driver Permit to take this course.

Driver Safety/Point Reduction: AARP sponsored, any age driver can participate and you do not need to be an AARP member to take this class. Is your license near suspension? Take this class and you may be eligible for a point reduction on your license. Eligible also for a discount on vehicle and motorcycle insurance.  

Indoor Walking: Registered walkers may use the first floor of the middle/high school for indoor walking, Monday - Thursday, from 4 p.m. to no later than 8 p.m. 

Men's Basketball: No registration is required to play basketball on Monday and Friday nights, 7:30 p.m. in the elementary school.