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Basic Math W19
with Paula Raymond
This course is ideal for adult students who want to refresh or build and develop the basic skills of math that are necessary for further integration into more complicated math skills. Academic areas to be covered: place value, units of measure, four operations, automaticity in addition and multiplication, reading one-step and two-step word problems, tables/graphs, conversions, maps, math vocabulary and finally, introduction to fractions/decimals. This course will also assist parents of children in early education to work with them at home. It builds self-confidence, pride in accomplishment and the ability to share their knowledge with their children. Limit 15 students. No class Feb. 19, and Apr. 16.
ESL (English as a Second Language) W19
with Terry Hiltz
Do you know someone in the community who is not a native English speaker? Would they like some help to learn how to talk with their child’s teacher, make an appointment with a doctor, identify some of the things in the grocery store, or gain language skills necessary to find and hold a job? Please welcome them to our community and help them to contact us and we will provide free English language classes. Students can enter the class at any time. Learners at all levels of English proficiency (Beginner through Advanced) are welcome. For more information, call 873-5754. No class Feb. 19 - 21, and Apr. 16 - 18.
Read to Succeed W19
with Arlene Toulouse
Reading is an essential life skill. Does someone you know struggle with basic reading? We offer this entry-level reading class to help adults improve their literacy skills. Personal attention is provided in a very small group with dignity and respect for the adult learner. Limit 10 students. No class Feb. 21, and Apr. 18.