EXETER — Many adults need and want to improve their math or reading and writing skills for work or to help their children with homework. Whether the need is to brush up on rusty math skills or to gain confidence in reading, writing and spelling to get or keep a job, there are free educational opportunities for adults to get the instructional help they need. Free classes and individual tutoring are available through Exeter Adult Education and the Adult Learner Services programs. Small math and English classes, Adult Career Pathways, and English for speakers of other languages are just a few of the ways adults can make gains in their skills, whether or not they have a high school diploma.
Morning classes meet on Mon., Wed., and Fri. Evening classes meet on Mon. and Thurs. Registration is on Mon., January 13 at 9:00 a.m. for day classes, and 6:30 p.m. for evening classes. All classes meet at the Tuck Learning Campus, Entrance D, 30 Linden Street, Exeter.
Tutoring location and time is arranged on an individual basis.
To find out more about the possibilities, and how your educational needs may be met, please call Adult Education Student Services Coordinator, Amy Smith at 775-8459, or visit their website at adulted.sau16.org.