The Delaware Technical Community College Terry Campus Adult Basic Education program held an awards and recognition ceremony June 8 to celebrate student success, including 16 individuals who earned their GED-Secondary Credential from the Delaware Department of Education.
Among those individuals were Alexis Adams, Jason Adams, Chyna Behringer, Edwin Dooley, Faith Hall, Reno Hart, Rachel Kline, Hannah Masiello, Sarah Perry, Ariel Peters and Anthony Whitaker.
Also included in the ceremony were presentations of 52 citizenship certificates; 120 certificates of achievement in math, reading or writing; 32 OAASIS 100-hour awards; and 19 certificates for enrollment in postsecondary education or training programs.
The ABE/GED program provides instruction and support services to adult learners who have not attained high school proficiency levels, so they may improve academic skills, meet individual learner goals and become lifelong learners. Classes are offered in math, reading, writing, citizenship skills, social studies and science. The program also prepares adult learners to take the GED Test.
There is no cost for registration, screening or classes, and the program is available to anyone at least 16 years old who has officially withdrawn from school.
For information, call 857-1282 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.