The winter semester is winding down, but there are still Community Ed classes starting with space available. Winter classes for adults end next week, with college prep classes beginning through the end of March. Classes are held at Arlington High School unless otherwise noted.

Registration is also open for the spring term. Classes begin the week of March 30.

To learn more or register, visit http://ArlingtonCommunityEd.org or call 781-316-3568.

Winter classes still enrolling:

Adult, Infant, and Child CPR with AED

• Tuesday, March 10.

• 6-9 p.m., $95.

This intensive course covers adult/child CPR and AED, adult/child/infant choking, and infant CPR. Become comfortable assessing a victim, checking for breathing, performing rescue breaths and chest compressions, and activating the emergency response system. Learn how to help someone who is choking, respond in other emergency situations, and use an AED. A course completion card from the American Safety & Health Institute, valid for two years, will be emailed to participants following the course. Educators and students can call the ACE office at 781-316-3568 to register for a reduced rate. This class is also offered April 7, May 5 and June 3.

Glass Fusing Workshop: Plates & Bowls

• Tuesday, March 10.

• 6:30-8:30 p.m., $115.

Learn the basics of glass fusing while playing with glass shapes, colors and textures. Learn to use glass powders, frits and stringers. Then design and create a 4x4 inch dish and an 8x8 inch plate or bowl. A selection of precut pieces is provided and the instructor will cut specific shapes if needed. Your pieces will be fired in the instructor’s kiln and available at the ACE office within a week. Tuition includes an $85 materials fee.

Raising Chickens for Eggs: An Intro to Backyard Chickens

• Wednesday, March 11.

• 7-9 p.m., $10.

Join in for this everything-you-need-to-know primer on raising your own backyard chickens. Learn which coops work best and how to choose the right breeds, care and feed young and mature birds, recognize and treat illnesses, protect from predators and more. Get the opportunity to ask questions of an experienced chicken owner and decide if you’re ready for the challenge — and the delicious fresh eggs!

SAT Verbal Review Grade 11

• Six Thursdays, March 12-April 30.

• 7-9 p.m., $175.

This course familiarizes you with the verbal section of the SAT and includes a pre-test with analysis of where improvement is needed for each student and a post-test to measure progress. Learn how to approach the SAT, particularly the reading comprehension, embedded vocabulary and writing/essay sections. Become familiar with the types of questions and effective methods to handle them. Practice test-taking under time constraints and simulated conditions. This class will also be offered Aug. 17-20 from 1 to 4 p.m.

SAT Math Review Grade 11

• Six Tuesdays, March 17-April 28.

• 3-5 p.m., $175.

This course familiarizes you students with the math section of the SAT and includes a pre-test with individual analysis of where improvement is needed for each student and a post-test to measure progress. Become familiar with types of questions and effective methods to handle them. Practice test-taking under time constraints and simulated conditions. This class will also be offered Aug. 17-20 from 9 a.m. to noon.

ACT Crash Course Grades 11-12

• Monday, March 30.

• 3-5:30 p.m., $45.

The ACT Add-On is intended for, but not limited to, students who have taken/are taking SAT Prep. Students will become familiar with the structure of all sections of the test (English, Reading, Math and Science) as well as the essay. Special focus will be given to the unique science section which is not found on the SAT. The course will cover question types and strategies for each section, and students will get a chance to practice and review questions from each section. This course will also teach strategies for writing the essay. The ACT course can also be taken with one SAT prep course for $198.

— Visit http://ArlingtonCommunityEd.org or call 781-316-3568 for more information. Arlington Community Education is a program of the Arlington Public Schools that is completely supported by tuition received from ACE courses. ACE provides affordable education and enrichment for residents of Arlington and surrounding communities.