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Directions to Adult Education Center (GLAD)


•Parent Resource Center
The Parent Resource Center serves as a link between the home and the school. The center is designed to provide information, materials, and training for parents, children, and teachers. The goal of the center is to build the parents' capacity to help their children succeed.

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•Grenada Adult Education Center
The staff at the Grenada Adult Education Center is available to help adult learners across the span of educational needs. Volunteer tutors are recruited to work one-to-one with adult learners who need to learn to read or to improve their reading levels. Adult services available at this site include adult literacy tutoring, volunteer tutor training, Adult Basic Education (ABE) classes, GED® preparation, and English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) classes, and adult GED® testing. Participants must be a least 18 years old and have verification they are no longer enrolled in K-12 school.

Adult Basic Education (ABE) and GED® classes are available for adults who want to refresh their basic skills or prepare to take the GED® high school equivalency exam. There is no charge for these adult classes or tutoring sessions.

The Adult Education Center is also an official adult GED® testing site. Call 227-6101 to inquire about scheduling an appointment to take the GED® test.

Classes are offered Mon.-Thurs. mornings from 8:00-Noon and on Tues. and Thurs. evenings from 5:00-8:00. For more information call 227-6101 or 226-7462. Participants should be at least 18 years old and out of school.

Adults who wish to volunteer as adult literacy tutors should call the Grenada League for Adult Development (GLAD) at 226-7462. Small group training and one-to-one tutor training is scheduled as needed.


   
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