Crawford County Adult Education Center

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Announcements

 


Our Director, Dr. Debbie Faubus-Kendrick, along with all of our staff are excited to announce a new adventure coming for the Crawford County Adult Education Center. This year we will be moving to a new location to better serve our growing student population.

More details to be shared soon! Stay tuned for this exciting process.
 

Programs and Services

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WELCOME!!!


Regular Hours: 



Monday: 8:00am - 4:00pm


Tuesday: 8:00am - 8:00pm


Wednesday: 8:00am - 4:00pm


Thursday: 8:00am - 8:00pm



Get enrolled today!


ALL CLASSES ARE FREE!!


New Student Orientation Schedule 


Daytime:


 Orientation every Monday morning at 8:30am!


Evening:

 Thursday evening each week at 5:00pm.


Check out these GED Test Websites for more information:

www.gedtestingservice.com

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We are a Microsoft Authorized Testing Center. 
Please call for more information. 


Newsletters

Restore Hope to help 100 families from ‘crisis to career’


Crawford County Adult Education Center is proud to partner with the Restore Hope. To learn more about the program, check out this article.

Our EOC Contact 


Chad Rogers



Monday and Wednesday:

8:00am-10:45am

12:30pm-4:30pm


Friday: 

8:00am-12:00pm

12:30pm-4:00pm



The Crawford County Adult Education Center (CCAEC) Introduction to Craft Skills class has been busy at work creating handcrafted projects for local use.  As a part of the coursework, students complete classroom work, as well as several building projects. With guidance and support from Lumber One, Harold Hamm Construction and Elite Roofing, students recently completed a storage building that has been donated to Van Buren School District Tennis team. Coach Brandy Mosby received the storage building from the Crawford County Adult Education Center and the students of the Craft Skills class. Materials for the project were donated by Lumber One.


Check out our article in the Press Argus Courier!