Sound Learning Adult Basic Education and GED classes will begin Monday, September 16. Sound Learning offers group classes of up to ten students, small group sessions of two to three students, or one-on-one help with improving basic academic skills such as; reading, writing, math, social studies, science and computer literacy.
Adult Education Coordinator, Shannon Klasell says, “Students will gain the expertise and knowledge that will prepare them for fruitful employment, transition to higher education, training for family wage jobs and to support literacy within their families. These skills translate to positive participation in community life and a stronger workforce.”
Klasell would also like to remind potential or returning students that the current version of the GED test will expire the end of 2013, so it is important to finish by then if they are close to earning a GED.
New students must register prior to beginning their studies. Students in the larger group class are admitted until half-way through the quarter. Students in small group and one-on-one tutoring are admitted and get started on an on-going basis according to need and tutor availability.
Sound Learning is a non-profit 501-c-3. The mission of Sound Learning is to educate adults so they are equipped to succeed and contribute in our society.
Anyone interested in signing up should call the office at 426-9733 to get placed on the list of students waiting for an intake interview.
September 12, 2013/Press Release from Sound Learning