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Science I (T/Th)
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Science I (T/Th)

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Calendar Sep 3, 2019

Earth Science and Basic Physics: This course will cover major principles of Earth science and geology including plate tectonics, rock formation and identification, soil structure and movement and atmosphere. We will also explore basic principles of physics including Newton's Laws, speed, acceleration, velocity and force. We will also investigate simple machines and the roles they play in our everyday lives.

 

Basic Math I M/W
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Basic Math I M/W

Free

with Judy Perkins

Calendar Sep 9, 2019

Students will review basic math facts and operations, as well as learn mathematics vocabulary. Students will be able to apply the four basic mathematic operations. Percent, measurement, formulas, equations, ratio and proportion will also be covered. Homework will be assigned.

To Register: please call the Adult Education office at 764-4776

Career Readiness
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Career Readiness

Free

with Christa Galipeau

Calendar Sep 9, 2019

Career Readiness is a work place preparation course designed to organize an individual for the necessary skills for successful job searching. Course focus is designed to fill out job applications, write resumes and cover letters, and learn soft skills when joining the workforce. Course will have guest speakers that work in human resources, field trips to job fairs, and learning what skills employers are looking for.

To Register: please call the Adult Education office at 764-4776

ABE Learning Lab Monday
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ABE Learning Lab Monday

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Calendar Sep 9, 2019 at 8:30 am

Adult Basic Education courses are designed for adults who wish to improve basic reading, writing, or math skills. We have an open Learning Lab where instructors will work with students in small groups or individually.

Digital Literacy (M/W)
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Digital Literacy (M/W)

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with Christa Galipeau

Calendar Sep 9, 2019 at 9 am

Digital Literacy is a self-paced course testing competency in nine areas of computer/internet knowledge. Students will be issued a certificate of digital literacy upon completion and be able to use certificate to gain employment and show proficiency.

To register: plase call the Adult Education office at 764-4776

English I
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English I

Free

with Christa Galipeau

Calendar Sep 9, 2019 at 9 am

Students will work on basic grammar according to needs as determined by a pre-test. Students will gain job related English skills. Students will read, write, spell and become acquainted with literature across a span of time.

 

To Register: Please contact the Adult Education office at 764-4776 

College Transitions Math/Algebra M/W
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College Transitions Math/Algebra M/W

Free

with Judy Perkins

Calendar Sep 9, 2019 at 11 am

Students will learn algebraic concepts through teacher instruction/demonstration, classroom discussions, and investigations. Homework will be assigned and corrected on a weekly basis with the opportunity to ask questions to further understanding. This is also considered a prep-class for the Acculplacer. 

To Register: please call the Adult Education office at 764-4776

Registration - HiSET, Diploma, College Transitions and Adult Basic Education

Free

with Christa Galipeau

Calendar Jan 15, 2020 at 9 am

This is where your future begins!  Whether you are looking to complete your high school education (diploma or HiSET) or want to brush off skills for college, this is the first step.  During this scheduled one-on-one meeting, we will walk you through all the registration paperwork, set your personalized schedule and give a clear picture of how our program works and what you can expect.   You will also complete our CASAS intake testing to give us an idea of where you are academically and give us a starting point to set you on your path to a new future. Please plan on the process taking at least 2 hours.  You may bring a parent, spouse or friend with you.

New student registrations are scheduled on Wednesdays at 6:00pm or Fridays at 9:00am. If these times are not an option for you, please call our office to discuss further options.

Please bring your Social Security Number and any past transcripts you may have.  

You will receive a phone call from our office to confirm your registration and to answer any questions you may have. We look forward to working with you!

If you have questions, please call 764-4776.

 

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