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Math Lab - Tuesday Evening
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Math Lab - Tuesday Evening

Free

with Trudy Martin

Calendar Jan 21, 2020 at 4 pm, runs for 19 weeks

Our evening math lab provides an opportunity for students to get that extra support for those unable to attend classes during the day. Any enrolled student can come to this lab. Not a current student but would like to work on your math skills? Call today to get started.

Medical Math Online
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Medical Math Online

$40

with Trudy Martin

Calendar Jan 27, 2020 , runs for 13 weeks

Looking to get an entry-level healthcare job? Taking a CNA or CRMA course? This online, basic math skills class can be integrated with any adult education healthcare course. Improve your math skills and increase your marketability while training for your new profession. The basics of percents, decimals, fractions, and measurements will be taught as they relate to health care. Available entirely online, but students can get additional support at the learning center. Once enrolled, students have 6 weeks to complete the course. To enroll in the class, students are required to complete an intake, participate in an orientation to the class, and take assessments. Enrollment available: Jan 27th-March 9th.

Reading Phenomenal and Intriguing True Stories
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Reading Phenomenal and Intriguing True Stories

Free

with Phil Wormuth

Calendar Jan 28, 2020 at 9:30 am, runs for 17 weeks

Sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction. Spark your curiosity by reading a series of high-interest, non-fiction stories and articles designed to enlighten and entertain while increasing your reading comprehension and critical thinking skills. This reading and writing-intensive course will help you prepare for career or college.

Please call our office if you are interested in participating in this class: 422-4794.

US and THEM
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US and THEM

Free

with Phil Wormuth

Calendar Jan 28, 2020 at 10:30 am, runs for 17 weeks

Read and discuss a series of real-life, U.S. historical case studies that chronicle the struggles of a variety of groups and individuals in their quest to achieve social justice and equal treatment under the law. Learn about the religious intolerance of the Puritans, follow the exploits of a North Carolina slave girl as she follows her dream to freedom. Discuss the roots of US social history and government.

Historical Non-Fiction
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Historical Non-Fiction

Free

with Phil Wormuth

Calendar Jan 28, 2020 at 11:30 am, runs for 17 weeks

This reading/writing-intensive course is designed to help students develop critical thinking and analytical skills in order to read and understand complex texts. Prepare for career or college by building skills that will allow you to get the job you want in your field or enroll in college classes. Explore the genre of non-fiction by reading autobiographies and biographies, essays, articles, diaries, letters, speeches, technical manuals, charts, graphs, and maps.

Ratios, Rates and Proportions
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Ratios, Rates and Proportions

Free

with Trudy Martin

Calendar Jan 28, 2020 at 11:30 am, runs for 17 weeks

Proportional reasoning is a fundamental skill that can help with other areas of math, including fractions and algebra. Participants work on mastering ratios, unit rates, and proportions and applying them in the real world. This class is a combination of individual work, group work, and class instruction. Students will go at their own pace and will need to complete all activities to receive diploma credit. HiSET and other math enthusiasts are encouraged to enroll. Meeting with a student advisor required for enrollment.

U.S. History: By the Decade
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U.S. History: By the Decade

Free

with Trudy Martin

Calendar Jan 28, 2020 at 1 pm, runs for 17 weeks

Join us for this fun and interactive examination of how political, religious, philosophical, environmental, economic, technological, geographic, and social forces have shaped the lives of Americans throughout history. Students will conduct research and consult primary and secondary source materials to develop an informed perspective of the past. Students will choose an era in American History that is personally significant to them and design a project around that time period that exemplifies the eight key cultural components referenced above. Upon completion, students will earn a US History or an elective credit. (Must meet with a student advisor to enroll.)

US History/Civics: The Citizen and the Constitution Session 2
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US History/Civics: The Citizen and the Constitution Session 2

Free

with Trudy Martin

Calendar Jan 28, 2020 at 1:30 pm, runs for 17 weeks

Students participating in this class will explore the history and principles of constitutional democracy, build an understanding of the functions of government and the responsibilities of citizenship, and develop the skills necessary to become informed and engaged citizens.





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