Service Name: Elk Grove Unified School District - Adult and Community Education

Organization Name: Elk Grove Unified School District


Location Name: Elk Grove Adult & Community Education

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  • Physical Address: 8401-B Gerber Road, Sacramento, CA, 95828
  • Mailing Address: 8401-B Gerber Road, Sacramento, CA, 95828
  • Description: Instructional Programs
    • Adults with Disabilities: Focuses on developing life and vocational skills so that students may gain a greater sense of independence and maintain a less restrictive lifestyle. 
    • Community Education (CE): aka Always Learning (AL) - ABE, GED, ESL/Citizenship, career technical education, personal development and parent education courses
    • Correctional Education (CE) - ABE, GED, ESL/Citizenship, career technical education, personal development, and parent education courses at two Sacramento county correctional facilities.
    • Parent Education - Partners Preschool - Helps children prepare for kindergarten and connects parents to their children's education.

    Student Support Programs
    • Cal-SAFE (California School Age Families Education) - Provides support to EGACE's CTE courses and its teachers and students, including job development for students, professional development for teachers and instructional materials and equipment.
    • Data, Accountability, and Evaluation (DAE) - Student intake and registration, student assessment, attendance and meeting state, and federal reporting requirements.
    • Department of Human Assistance Grant - Learning disabilities evaluations for CalWORKS clients
    • South County Career Center (SCCC) (One-Stop) Designed to provide a full range of assistance to job seekers. Offers training referrals, career counseling, job listings, job search workshops, and other employment services.
    • South County New Start Program - Provides case management, supportive services, and job development to ex-offenders to help them reintegrate into society.
    • South County Youth Works - Universal Services for youth ages 14-21 include: Job leads, pre-employment skills workshops, career assessment, resume development, referrals to community services and job training programs including WIA, college information and occupational skills training information.
    • WIA Program - Helps youth 18-21 overcome their barriers to employment by assessing educational level, including basic skills deficiencies, assisting with the obtainment of HSD or GED, referring to occupational skills training, leadership development, supportive services and paid work-experience training.
    • Testing Services - Offers GED and Spanish GED tests, Custodial tests, NCLB (No Child Left Behind) Paraeducator tests, MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist) tests, and Typing tests.
    • Workforce Investment Act (WIA I & WIA II) - The WIA I grant funds the workforce development projects at EGACE, including the South County Career Center and Youth Works. The WIA II grant provides support to EGACE's ESL/Citizenship, ABE and ASE programs.
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  • Phone(s): 916-686-7717
  • Hours: Office: Monday through Friday 8 am - 4:30 pm
  • Eligibility: Adults, some limitations may apply depending on the program.
  • Requirements: Varies.
  • Areas Served:
    • Sacramento United States
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  • Contacts:
    • Karen Malkiewicz, Principal Adult Education,