Literacy Programs

  • Family Literacy

    The Even Start Family Literacy Program provides educational opportunities for low income families with children birth through seven years of age. As a family Literacy Program Even Start integrates:

    1. Interactive literacy activities between parent and child

    2. Training in parenting activities

    3. Literacy training that leads to economic self-sufficiency

    4. Age appropriate education to prepare children for success in school and life experiences.

     

    Driver's Literacy

    The Adult Learning Center driver's literacy class is offered to English as a second language learners. Students must be able to read English and need to be at least 16 years of age.

    This class is to help you study and build skills to pass their ND drivers permit test. Materials used include the Rules of the Road booklet which is given to each student in class.

    This clasas is free for students who are attending EL classes at the Adult Learning Center.  Students not currently attending EL classes are charged a one-time fee of $30.00.

    There is no behind-the-wheel training in this class.

    Classes are held on Tuesdays from 12:30 - 2:30pm.

     

    Computer Literacy

    Technology has filtrated into all areas of life - home and work. In order to help adults compete with other college students and employees, the Adult Learning Center uses computers with GED students to expose them to introductory level computer skills.