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THINGS HAVE CHANGED        Attendance requirements for classes.    Expect excellent classes and amazing teachers to help you achieve success!

OUR VISION

OUR VISION

Focused on breaking down barriers that will allow learners the opportunity to reach their personal, educational, and career goals.

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Graduates in year 2020-21

OUR MISSION

MISSION

To provide learning opportunities for individuals who want to earn their high school equivalency or high school diploma, or enhance their skills for potential career advancement.

To provide classes for members of our community to learn English as a second language.

To constantly strive to collaborate with our community partners to gain access to career training and certifications.

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Graduate goal for 21-22

OUR VALUES

OUR VALUES

  • Relationships
  • Data-Driven Decisions
  • Honesty

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Lives changed for better!

WEBER ADULT EDUCATION

Programs Explained

Three Choices

Your goals are our goals!  

We offer two different paths for those going for their high school equivalency or high school credit diploma.  If learning English as a second language is important to you, we have excellent teachers to help with that.  Our direct classes, wide-ranging from art to computer skills, offer ways for you to explore different subjects without judgement.  

All three of these options are available to registered students.  

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Diploma Options
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ESL for ELL
ESL Classes
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Direct Classes
Direct Classes
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REGISTRATION PROCESS

A How-To-Guide

STEP 1

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If you are 18 and under and your graduating class has not yet graduated, call 801-476-3930, HSE form required, potential WIOA participation required.

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STEP 2

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REQUIRED ORIENTATION

Attend 40-minute orientation to schedule registration appointment.

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STEP 3

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REGISTRATION APPOINTMENT

Bring required paperwork, including proof of residency and HSE form (if applicable)

• Pay $75 registration fee

• Start TABE assessment (5 hours)

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STEP 4

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TABE ASSESSMENT

REQUIRED to establish entering levels in English, math, and reading.  Results determine placement options.

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COUNSELOR APPOINTMENT

At this meeting, student will go over placement options and credits.

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START CLASSES

Required classes: Fundamentals and Foundations

Optional classes: Direct and Fast-Track

CURRENT STUDENTS

The DAILY EVENTS CALENDAR contains information for current and upcoming class offerings and location details.

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED for these classes, so please talk to your counselor if there is a class you are interested in taking, or to find out credit information. 

Daily Event Calendar

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Are you looking for EMPLOYMENT,

need help with finding RESOURCES,

or want to check out some of our

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS?

You've come to the right place.

OUR
ADMINISTRATOR
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Andrea Woodring
Andrea WoodringPrincipalanwoodring@wsd.net

FRONT OFFICE

Diane Hall
Diane HallHead Secretarydhall@wsd.net
Maria Bojorquez
Maria BojorquezRegistrarmabojorquez@wsd.net
Si necesita ayuda español llamame a mi.
Marcene Smith
Marcene SmithSecretary/DWS Liaison (WIOA)masmith@wsd.net
Ginni Thurgood
Ginni ThurgoodStudent Success Coordinatorgithurgood@wsd.net
Julie Kelsey
Julie KelseyTeacher Mentorjukelsey@wsd.net
Alisa Rivera
Alisa RiveraCounseloralrivera@wsd.net
Edward Powell
Edward PowellCounseloredpowell@wsd.net
DeeDee Little
DeeDee LittleStudent Advocatedelittle@wsd.net
Erik Silsby
Erik SilsbyStudent Advocateersilsby@wsd.net


PLEASE CALL (801)476-3930 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

WE OFFER THREE LOCATIONS:

MAIN CAMPUS

Two Rivers High School Building (northeast entrance)

MAIN CAMPUS

Ogden Weber Technical College (Business & Construction buildings)

LAB ONLY ALTERNATE AM CAMPUS

OWCAP Building (top floor)

Weber Adult Education under Weber School District is committed to ensuring a safe learning and working environment for all our students and employees. Weber School District prohibits discrimination, harassment (including sexual harassment), or retaliation on the basis of race, color, sex, pregnancy, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other legally protected classification in all educational  programs, activities, admissions, access, treatment, or employment practices.

SPANISH VERSION: Cómo presentar una queja o reclamo ante la Oficina de Derechos Civiles (OCR)

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