Spring 2014 Distance learning GED class information
Distance Learning GED classes are now available at the below locations. An experienced GED teacher will instruct you, using the Distance Learning Technology. Distance Learning allows the student and teacher to see and hear each other on large monitors. You will be able to interact with the teacher as she prepares you to take the GED test. Classes meet three days each week for approximately nine weeks. Books, supplies and testing fees are provided. In addition, a $10.00 (per day) transportation stipend is paid to those who attend classes on a regular basis and attempt the GED test. If you have turned in an application with our Adult Education Program for GED classes and wish to attend the upcoming class, please contact our office. If you have not applied and wish to attend these or future classes, please contact Neal Hawkins or Kathy Springfield at the Durant office, call (800) 522-6170 or (580) 924-8280 Ext. 2319. Also, you may register the first day of class on Jan. 6.
A Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood (CDIB) is required. Please bring your CDIB card, social security card and state-issued ID to the first day of class.
Classes at the Bethel, Smithville, Wright City Choctaw Nation
community centers take place from 9 a.m. to noon.
Classes at Atoka, Coalgate, Talihina community centers
occur from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.