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Adult Basic Education

The mission of the Adult Basic Education (ABE) Program at Lynwood Community Adult School is to provide the educational opportunities for students to improve their basic skills in English Language arts, reading, writing and mathematics that will help them become more productive members of the community.

Additional goals include:

  • Helping students meet personal goals, such as developing job readiness skills, finding employment, advancing on the job, becoming a better parent, developing skills for interpersonal relationships, or entering adult secondary education classes.
  • Increasing students' self-respect and sense of self-worth.
  • Providing a non-threatening program environment to assist students in reaching their goals.
  • Assessing students' skill levels.

Class Schedule

Course Title

Instructor

Days

Time

Location/Room

Basic Reading & Language Arts

K. Chaney

Tue/Thur

8:15 - 11:30 AM

Atlantic/207

Basic Language Arts

C. Cruz-Ortiz

Tuesday

5:00 - 9:15 PM

LHS/T-11

Basic Math Review

C. Cruz-Ortiz

Thursday

5:00 - 9:15 PM

LHS/T-11

Pre-Algebra & Basic Math

K. Chaney

Tue/Thur

12:00 - 3:00 PM

Atlantic/207

Pre-Algebra & Basic Math

K. Chaney

Thursday

5:00 - 9:15 PM

LHS/T-10

 

Updated: 04/12/2018; ERB