Do you need assistance to prepare for the exam? A new Adult Education class might just offer you the assistance you need. Our teacher, Tom Brewer, will help you to become eligible for Instructional Aide employment in SJUSD by helping you build confidence and teaching you the skills needed to take and pass employment exams. Learning how to take and pass exams will help you keep your job or get a better job and will help you reach your career goals. The new class is taught every Monday and Wednesday from 5:30pm-8:00pm, it is located at Creekside Adult Center in Room 12, 2641 Kent Dr., Sacramento, CA 95821. Registration is every Wednesday at 5:30pm in the classroom. Remember: There is no childcare. For more information, please call (916) 575-2320.
Adult education has a long history in California; the first classes for adults were organized in 1856 in San Francisco, to meet the educational needs of the first immigrant settlers to the state. Those early teachers taught English, basic education and vocational subjects. By 2004 nearly 1.4 million students were enrolled in classes throughout the state. Today, San Juan Adult Education continues to be part of that fine tradition of lifelong learning by helping adults become better parents, workers, community members and citizens. Classes are still forming for the school year, come join us and change your life!
The artwork of Casa Roble Fundamental High junior Ananya Nooplai will be showcased on the Race for the Stars 2017 T-shirt, which is provided to all registered participants of the annual 5k race.
The process of applying to colleges can be daunting for many high school students –– especially for those who are the first in their family to consider secondary education.
Jems Berry, a third grade student at Carriage Drive Elementary School, was honored at an oath and swearing-in ceremony to celebrate his U.S. citizenship on March 16.