Anderson Valley Adult School

Contact: Noor Dawood

Phone: (707) 895-2953
Address: 12300 Anderson Valley Way Boonville, CA 95415
Website: https://www.avusd.k12.ca.us/Domain/25
Do to COVID 19 ALL classes will be provided online. Please contact Maggie Von Vogt or Noor Dawood by phone 707-895-2953 or email adultschool@avpanthers.org.
Anderson Valley Adult School provides classes and workshops to serve the interests and needs of adults living in the Anderson Valley community. Primary programs are free of charge and include English Conversation (basic and intermediate levels), Citizenship, GED/High School Equivalency, Spanish Literacy, and Parent Education. We also offer a variety of general Community Enrichment classes, for which students pay a fee. If you are interested in taking a class or teaching a fee-based class, please call our office at 707-895-2953 or email ndawood@avpanthers.org.
To register for a class, please leave a voicemail at 707-895-2953 or email Noor Dawood at ndawood@avpanthers.org.

Academic Skills

This course will provide instruction and individualized learning plans for math computation, reading comprehension, sentence and paragraph skills, and basic computer skills, as determined through initial assessment. It prepares students to enter BSK 502, High School Equivalency Preparation.

 

High School Equivalency

This course will provide instruction and individualized learning plans for preparation for High School Equivalency tests (GED, HiSET & others). The course covers math computation, reading comprehension, sentence and paragraph skills, basic science, social studies, and basic computer skills, as determined through initial assessment. It includes background on testing options and helps the student determine readiness, and prepare them for taking the test.

 

English as a Second Language Oral Communication

This course will be an intermediate level oral communication course designed to improve listening and speaking skills needed for successful interaction in workplace, academic, and social environments.

 

Citizenship

The Citizenship class informs individuals on how to obtain legal residency in the U.S. and prepares students for the citizenship application process.  Students are provided individual support during our weekly drop-in session. This class is FREE.

 

English as a Second Language

This course will promote the development of beginning grammar skills in context, with authentic language production in the four skills areas: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Students will expand vocabulary and oral proficiency and develop competency in sentence level syntax and longer written assignments. ESL 507 will cover the topics necessary to complete beginning level ESL.

 

ESL for Home Health Aide

English for In-Home Health Providers provides hands-on training and English language instruction to provide students with the necessary experience to provide in-home care services. This class is offered in partnership with the Anderson Valley Health Center. Participants who complete the course receive a certificate of completion.

 

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