Adult Basic Education (ABE)
Adult learners have the opportunity to develop practical skills, employment preparation strategies and to build a strong foundation in reading, writing, language, mathematics, English usage, grammar, communication skills, technology training and job-seeking skills.
Business Skills (Computer Classes)
Students learn about computers and computer technology through classes covering the Internet and industry-standard software.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Provides instruction in English from beginning to intermediate levels and is offered at various locations throughout the community for non-native speakers of English.
High School Subjects and GED
Provides courses necessary to obtain a high school diploma through both traditional and individualized instruction methods.
Heatlh & Safety
Provides information and a discussion forum related to current and relevant health and safety topics, issues, and /or concerns. Focus of this section is on heath and wellness. Open entry/ open exit.
on improvement of motor skills and decision making through utilization of a
variety of art media and techniques. Provides opportunities for analysis and
decision making skills while exercising basic manipulative skills.
Issues and Concepts
information related to topics of everyday interest and importance to adults
with developmental disabilities. Examines issues of relevance and provides
a forum for discussion and exploration of various topics.
Class Discontinuance Policy: Any
class in which there is not a total of at least 20 students enrolled by the
beginning of instruction may be discontinued. Any class which does not
maintain satisfactory attendance may be discontinued.