Livingston County Adult Education is here to help you achieve your goals

Kurt Engelhardt, LL Editor

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Livingston County Adult Education is running strong! We have three new staff members, a new setup in the learning center and new hours! We are excited to provide you excellent, personalized instruction that is tailored to your specific needs. We can help you study for the current or new GED exam, college entrance exams, workplace exams, or help you brush up your basic skills so you can help your children. Ralph Hendrix has been working in adult education for about 8 years in Crittenden County. He is excellent in helping you see the bigger picture in math so that it makes more sense in your everyday life. When you are able to see how math works around you, it becomes less of a mystery when you learn new concepts and expand your horizons.

Pam Salazar is new to adult education, but she is not new to the world of education. She has worked her entire adult life to help children of all ages make sense of how education works in the world around them as a special education teacher, gymnastics teacher, and daycare provider. She has taught in many of the school districts in this area and is eager to make the transition into adult education. With just under month under her belt, she is already exploring the material, making connections with the students, and learning the policies and procedures that govern adult education.

Anica Smith has been working in adult education for 17 years and is not new to Livingston County. She began her career as a Literacy Coordinator here in 1996 and transitioned into instructor and coordinator before transferring to Calloway County in 2002. Currently, she serves both Calloway and Livingston Counties as the coordinator of both adult education programs and is excited to be back here in this community. She looks forward to reconnecting with old friends and meeting new ones in helping the people of Livingston County reach their educational goals.

We are all excited to meet you and help you or your loved ones achieve your goals through education! The Livingston County Adult Education center is located at 436 Walnut Street in Smithland. Our hours are Monday 8:30-3:30Tuesday 8:30-8:00Wednesday and Thursday 8:30-4:00. Our phone number is 270-928-3777, and our website is www.livingstonadulted.weebly.com. Call, stop by, or check out our website. Let us know how we can help you reach your educational goals!