IMPORTANT NOTICE   |

Adult Basic Education (ABE/GED)

 
ged_clipartAdult Basic Education GED Classes 
Instructor: Vicki Disrud
It’s never too late and you’re never too old to earn your diploma!
Adults who are no longer enrolled in high school are eligible to earn a high school equivalency diploma by passing the GED test. Community Education Adult Basic Ed classes, offered free of charge, can help you prepare for the GED test. If you already have a diploma, Adult Basic Ed classes can help you prepare for college or technical school and brush up reading, math, writing and computer skills.

Our schedule for 2019-2020 will be: 
  • Sep 10-May 28 
  • Tuesdays: 4:00-6:00pm and Thursdays: 6:00-8:30pm
  • FES Room 111
  • **our schedule is a drop-in basis**
Please note: If school is canceled, ABE is canceled!

Not Meeting Dates:
Oct 12th, Nov 7, Dec 24, Dec 31, Mar 3, and Mar 5
 
  Did You Know....
  • Someone with a high school diploma or GED will make an average of $7,000 more per year than someone without.
  • 14.1 million people have received their GED since the program began.  With a GED you can join the military, continue on to college or tech school, obtain better-paying and receive greater promotions.
Come to Adult Basic Education to:
  1. Take a GED pre-test
  2. Study for the GED test
  3. Brush up on reading, writing or math skills
  4. Prepare for higher education
  5. Increase your computer knowledge and skills
Classes are held at Foley Elementary School
  • Elementary Large Conference Room 111
  • Classes are small and informal
  • Work at your own pace
  • Classes are designed for adults
  • No Cost!
  • Computer assisted learning
  • Start at any time
Scholarships For Test Fees Available
Test fee assistance is available to Foley ABE students by calling the Community Education office at 320-968-8619. All inquiries are kept confidential. 

ESL Classes -
Instructor: Vicki Disrud
English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are for adults whose native language is not English. Classes are designed to help adults develop English speaking, listening, reading and writing skills according to their individual goals. We have six separate levels for the ESL student to learn and build their English skills, from novice to advanced. All newcomers to the United States, regardless of English ability level, are welcome to enroll. 

Our schedule for 2019-2020 will be: 
  • Sep 10-May 28
  • Thursdays 5:00-6:00pm • FES Room 111 
  • Our schedule is a drop-in schedule
Please note: If school is canceled, ABE is canceled!

Not Meeting Dates:
Oct 12th, Nov 7, Dec 24, Dec 31, Mar 3, and Mar 5

 
For more information or to register, call Ms. Alyssa Stewart in the Community Education Director's office 320-968-8619, or e-mail her at astewart@apps.isd51.org