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Office Hours

     

919 Westacre Road

West Sacramento, CA 95691                                                         

(916)375-7740 ext. 1561                                                                    

 FAX (916)375-0928    

Monday: 8:00am- 3:00pm

Tuesday: Friday 1:00pm- 3:00pm                                        

Adult Education
Guerra, Noe Adult Ed Secretary

General Information

Academic Assessment :

It is Washington Adult Education Policy that passing the Academic Assessment Test (CASAS) with a score of at least 236 in each subject required by the specific program meets minimal  standards. High School Diploma students are required to assess with a minimum score of 236. Students scoring below 236 are eligible to reassess after 12 hours of remedial instruction.

Attendance:

To receive credit in an Adult Education class, a student must attend class sessions regularly, exhibit good conduct, and complete all required class work. The school is financed by State and Federal funds allocated on hourly attendance.  Therefore, students MUST be in regular attendance to ensure continuation of the class. Classes with attendance below sixteen students per hour are subject to reduced hours or cancellation. Individual students may be dropped due to lack of attendance.

Career and Technical Education Assessment Test:

It is WAE Policy that passing the CTE Assessment Test (CASAS) with a score of at least 236 in each subject required by the specific program meets minimal standards. High School Diploma students are required to assess with a minimum score of 236. Students scoring below 236 are eligible to reassess after 12 hours of remedial instruction.

Diploma: 

Washington Adult Education grants diplomas in June to those who meet the State and WUSD graduation requirements. The total number of credits needed to obtain an Adult Education High School Diploma is 180.

Uniform Complaint Procedure

Uniform Complaint Procedures: 

It is the goal of Washington Adult Education to ensure compliance with applicable State and Federal laws and regulations. The District has adopted policies and procedures for the investigation and resolution of complaints alleging failure to comply with applicable State and Federal laws. The District monitors compliance with provisions outlined in the uniform complaint process.   Complaints or allegations regarding noncompliance with applicable State and Federal laws should be submitted in writing to the District Office at 930 Westacre Rd., West Sacramento, CA 95691. Copies of the Uniform  Complaint Procedure Policy are available in the WAE office.

Informational Flyers:  If you would like more information about a particular program or class, free brochures are available in the office. Stop by and pick one up!