Adult Basic Education

Adult Basic Education


Important Announcement about Spring and Summer ABE
Adult Basic Education will not be offering summer classes in-person or teacher-led online classes, however we encourage participation of currently-enrolled students in our ABE online learning platforms (ReadTheory, MobyMax and Edmentum). In addition, our online Skype ESL volunteer/student program will continue. GED testing is suspended until the start of the 20-21 school year in September. If you are interested in becoming an online ESL volunteer tutor through Skype, click here. For information about our programs visit the Adult Basic Education website, or email tracie.kreighbaum@isd194.org.

Lakeville Area Schools Adult Basic Education (ABE) is a part of Lakeville Area Community Education. Adult Basic Education provides opportunities for learners who want to:

  • Learn English or improve their English skills.
  • Earn a GED or High School Diploma.
  • Explore local career options and prepare for job entry or advancement.
  • Increase technology skills.
  • Prepare for post-secondary education.

Classes are for adults 17 and older who are not currently enrolled in high school. Students must also meet one or both of the following criteria:

  • Lack of a high school credential
  • Function below the 12th grade level in basic academic areas, such as: reading or math, or the inability to read, write or understand English.

All classes are free.


Registration and Orientation

Please note: Due to COVID-19, at this time we plan to resume new registrations at the start of the 2020-21 school year in September.

To register, simply contact Nancy Eldomiatti, ABE Secretary at 952-232-2162 or nancy.eldomiatti@isd194.org. All new students will complete paperwork and a short assessment which will take approximately 90 minutes.

Contact

Dr. Tracie Kreighbaum, ABE Manager | 952-232-2161 | tracie.kreighbaum@isd194.org

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