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COVID-19 ARRANGEMENTS
The safety and wellbeing of students and staff is of the utmost importance at Lifelong Learning Choices. The agency keeps abreast of current CDC Guidelines and guidance from the Pennsylvania Department of Health. With the lifting of some restrictions, we are now offering online and in-person classes.
We encourage anyone who is not fully vaccinated to wear a mask while attending classes or the agency office. Students should continue to practice social distancing and use the hand sanitizer provided. Please stay home if you are feeling unwell. 
A copy of the agency’s COVID-19 Protocol and Procedures is available upon request.

Covid 19

REMOTE LEARNING

A number of classes are conducted online in a group setting with an instructor and/or a volunteer tutor. Subject to availability, devices may be made available to students who currently do not have the means to access online services; a combination of paper assignments and telephone instruction will be available for students who do not wish to go online. Please tell us if you may need a device when you call to register for classes. An Individual Learning Plan (ILP) is developed with input from each student and Adult Education program staff. ILPs can be changed as students’ goals, needs, and skills change.


All classes and materials are FREE .

Distance Learning

STUDENT SUPPORT
Lifelong Learning Choices offers educational case management support to all students in the program. The student support coordinator is available to help identify resources that may help you overcome any barriers or challenges that are making it hard for you to succeed in class. We realize that, as adults, we all have many demands on our time and attention – if you have a problem that is interfering with your progress, please feel free to contact the student support coordinator at the office on 724-654-1500. The student support coordinator is also available to assist you in identifying your next steps toward your career or post-secondary education goal.

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