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A Message from the Director
November 20, 2013
Dear Community Members,
The Acalanes Adult Education (AAE) started moving into its new 100 & 300 buildings in January 2013. As of this fall we have completed our move into the renovated 400 building to complete the Del Valle Education Center. Since occupying the new buildings enrollmenthas increased. Students are enthusiastic about their new surroundings, passionate teachers and diverse class offerings. AAE has entered a new era of Life Long Learning.
AAE offers relevant classes that fit the needs and learning styles of a variety students, taught by a highly qualified faculty.You will see that AAE continues to expand the course offerings for our students including:What Women Should Know About Social Security, How to Create a Sustainable Income Stream in Retirement, Art Appreciation, Learn to Draw, Basic & Intermediate Photography,Organizing Your Garage In No Time, Control Your Time, History of the Early & Medieval Church, Interior Decorating Secrets & Furniture Placement, Residential Real Estate, A Listener’s Guide to Chamber Music, The Classical – Operatic Voice, Intermediate/Advanced Word & Excel, Mac Practical Seminar, Apple Mobile Device Seminar, Genealogy and Beyond, Accounting Level 2, PC & Mac Lab and Rossmoor Computer Club now has Window 8 classes. These new offerings combined with our strong core classes enhance the community health and wellness. So, please look through the brochure, and take a class thati nterests you.
The Governing Board of the Acalanes Union High School District is committed to maintaining Acalanes Adult Education as a vital community learning center in the district.
Frank Acojido, Director of the Del Valle Education Center