Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Renegade Buggies - Financial Literacy Family Game App
from National Center for Families Learning and Dollar General Literacy Foundation

May 2015 GED Graduation and Awards

The Grenada Adult Education Center hosted their annual Spring Student Awards and GED Graduation on Tues., May 26th, at 7:00 p.m.

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

June 2015 issue of The GLAD Tutor newsletter

Click HERE to view online newsletter issue.

Summer Session Registering Tues., May 26th (Morning Classes Only)

New adult students FINAL LATE REGISTRATION at 8 AM on Thursday, May 28th!
Arrive before 8 AM. Plan to stay all morning. 
If you don't yet have a valid government-issued photo ID, come to registration anyway but begin working on getting one immediately and show it to your instructor as soon as possible.

GED Graduation and Awards Meeting - Tues., May 26th, 7 PM

Participating GED graduates are:
John Tyler Brown, III
Joshua C. Calvin
Emily A. Graves
Brandy Jo Melton

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Center for the Study of Adult Literacy Free Webinar - May 29th (preregistration required)

More information and preregistration link at

Center for the Study of Adult Literacy (CSAL) -

COABE Free Adult Educator Resources

Proliteracy Resource - "The Notebook" Spring 2015 issue

To view online issue, click HERE.

The Spring 2015 issue of Notebook: Resources for the Adult Educator, a ProLiteracy membership publication, is in the mail.
In this issue:
  • Speaking: Wow! Teaching Interjections
  • Reading: Jigsaw Vocabulary Activity
  • Numeracy: 10 Math Apps for Adult Students
  • Writing: Using a Graphic Organizer to Respond to Literature
  • Student Profile: Former Student Continues to Learn, Inspire Others
Access a PDF of this issue here. You are encouraged to share this link with tutors and teachers in your program. 
Spring Notebook cover

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Happy Mother's Day! Remember how important you are!

"A mother's reading skill is the greatest determinant of her children's future academic success, outweighing other factors, such as neighborhood and family income."