A two-year fully accredited community college with a variety of vocational/technical programs and liberal arts education. SWCC also offers a Small Business Development Center that can help anyone plan, start or build a small business. Call for more information 641-782-1483.
Literacy, educational support, mental health services and referrals to other agencies as needed.
Works to address the holistic needs of each child through:
· A safe environment with caring adult mentors.
· Healthy meals and bags of weekend food.
· A hands-on curriculum with a focus on reading, STEM (science, technology...
Offering food pantry services and prepared meals for adults ages 50 and older. Home delivery or drive-through pick-up available.
Social work services for adults ages 50 and older.
Check the website for the latest updates on other activities for older adults.
ESL or English as a Second Language is a program for people who speak, read and write best in a language other than English and desire to improve their use of the English language. Entry-level English through college-prep English is available.
HiSET and High School Completion Center (testing and prep).
Learn fun ways to engage children in literacy play and turn everyday experiences into learning activities to help children be ready for school. Families participate together in hands-on activities that support early literacy skills in six areas.
BE REAL Academy — Building and Enhancing Relationships – Enriching Academics and Learning — is designed for middle school students ages 13-16. Focused on literacy skills, BE REAL engages students through participation in a book club called Chapters.
BE REAL is intended to create opportunities for parent and student engagement and traini...
Teaches adult students reading, writing, and math literacy skills free of charge, and regardless of age, income, background, race, or religion. Students receive free literacy education though the agency's Four Pillars of Programming: One-on-One tutoring, Group Classes, the Language and Learning Lab with access to various self-paced computer program...
Head Start, Early Head Start, and Title I Migrant Education programs.
Early Development Network Services Coordination.
Grantee for Region 9 Planning Region Team.
Volunteer tutors for adults, available to native speakers of English seeking to improve literacy skills and those learning English as a new language (English Language Learners).
One to one instruction is available for learners desiring to work at their own pace and/or on a specific skill area.
Small group tutoring is offered t...
Adult Basic Education and GED Classes helps adult students improve reading, math, science and/or social studies knowledge to get a GED degree. Students with 8th grade and under reading and math skills are in the Adult Basic Education program. Students at a 9th grade or higher level in reading and math become official GED students and begin studies ...
Literacy, basic skills, GED, and ESL classes for students of other cultures.
Adult and continuing education programs.
Adult basic education.
Classes also meet at the following location:
Ord - Ord Learning Center, 1514 K Street, Suite 1; call (308) 728-3299 for information
The mission of RRSC is to improve language and literacy development in children from birth to age eight and to nurture healthy parent-child relationships. Offers free literacy programs to children through third grade, administer the Reach Out and Read program, provide books at human service offices and food pantries, and empower parents through cla...
Home delivery of materials for those with a physical impairment which prohibits them from visiting the library. The library will mail the items with a receipt showing the date by which the items should be returned and a return mailing label will be enclosed.