Helps students improve math, reading, and/or writing skills to assist transitioning to career and college training, or the high school diploma or equivalency programs.
A variety of language arts, math, social studies, science, and ABE prep textbooks will be available to students for use while in the classroom. Computer programs and online programs will be offered to students as appropriate to academic levels, needs, and goals.
Students will be expected to be diligent in their studies as outlined in the individualized study plan, complete assignments in a timely matter, maintain consistent attendance, and respect others by adhering to classroom policy.
Attendance: Roll is not called and not signing in may result in you not being credited for your attendance. You must attend regularly or you will be dropped from the class. Lincoln Education Center’s attendance policy is as follows:
Viable absences include: funeral, change in work schedule, family emergency, childcare, transportation issue, personal or child illness, personal issue shared with the teacher, visit to home country (time away should be within reason.
If you must be absent, please call the school at (714)663-6291
A quiet environment is necessary in the classroom. Please speak softly while seeking help from the instructor or another student. Turn off your cell phone. Any student disturbing the class will be asked to leave.
Do not write in any textbook and all books must remain in the classroom. Computer use is for school study and instruction ONLY. Use of the internet, email, and game playing are not permitted. No food is allowed in the classroom. Drinks are acceptable in containers with lids. The restroom may be used at any time without permission. Roaming around campus during class for any other reason is not permitted.
There is NO smoking anywhere on campus, including the parking lot or inside vehicles. Smoking is permitted ONLY off campus on the sidewalk. Any students caught smoking on campus will be dismissed from class.