Classes being offered in area to help
prepare individuals for GED testing
Tuesday, October 15, 2013 4:06 AM
Are reading, writing or math problems holding you back at work? Do you have trouble reading the newspaper? Do you have a hard time helping your children with homework?
Community Education's Pathways to Success Adult Basic Education program can help one review basic reading, writing and math skills or prepare one to take the GED high school equivalency tests.
Teachers are ready to assist those interested in pursuing the GED at two convenient locations in the area.
Classes will be held at Caledonia on Tuesdays from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. and in Preston on Thursdays from 6 to 8 p.m.
There is no charge for the classes. Registration takes place in class and adults may begin the classes at any time.
Persons planning to return to work or seek a better job are encouraged to enroll. Adults needing a review of math, English, and reading skills prior to enrolling in a post-secondary education program are also welcome.
Those students studying for the GED exam will also enroll in the on-line GED preparation program giving them the opportunity to study at home as well as participate in the classroom sessions.
For more information, please call Preston Workforce Development, Inc., at (507) 765-2476 or Caledonia Community Education at (507) 725-5139.