Examinees cannot test with an expired ID. Candidates should be aware that the Mississippi Highway Patrol Office in Grenada temporarily closed on April 2, 2012, while they seek another building to house them (see page A-3 of the 4/6/12 issue of the Grenada Star).
The nearest driver license locations currently are:
Batesville (22000 A 35 N, Batesville; 662-563-6400)
Cleveland (406 N. M.L. King, Cleveland; 662-846-0749)
Greenwood (701 Hwy 82 W, Greenwood; 662-453-4515)
If you need to renew your Mississippi identification card or driver's license, we suggest that you call the location you choose to verify their hours and allow plenty of time to get your new card before your test date.
GAEC Front Office Open Hours: 8 AM - 3 PM on Mondays - Thursdays
also see updates at Twitter.com/GrenadaAEC; or by SMS, text follow GrenadaAEC to 40404; Note, our Facebook directs you to this blog for updates.
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT - (662) 227-6101 or for more information
Wed.-Thurs., Dec. 8th-9th - GED testing
Dec. 20th-31st - CENTER CLOSED FOR HOLIDAY
Mon., Jan. 3rd - NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION (call 227-6101 for appt)
WEATHER/CLOSURE NOTE - Listen to local news or check official social media. If the Grenada School District is closed, or has a late start or early closure, due to weather or other reasons, the Adult Education Center will also. The GSD also updates their Facebook page with closings. (NOTE: We are not a storm shelter facility. We sometimes get this question.)
IF YOU ARE K-12 AGE-ELIGIBLE we must do a "Last School Verification" form to verify that you are officially withdrawn from school and receive it back from your last K-12 school attended before you will be allowed to participate in registration for free classes. Please come by the office to complete a "Student Interest" form at your earliest convenience so that this requirement does not cause you to miss your deadline for sign-up.
“The Grenada League for Adult Development (GLAD) is a nonprofit volunteer literacy council dedicated to helping adults of all ages to improve their lives and their communities by learning and improving their basic skills, especially focusing on their reading, writing, technology, math and problem-solving skills.”