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June 5, 2017MARYVILLE, Mo. | By: Dieringer
The Adult Education and Literacy program serving northwest Missouri is offering classes throughout the year at the Thompson-Ringold building on the campus of Northwest Missouri State University.
The classes include brush-ups in math, science and writing, English as a second language and programs to complete high school graduation. Director of the Adult Education Program Amanda Hayle says these classes offer an opportunity to make a choice to take a new path forward.
The Thomas-Ringold Learning Center is currently open from 8 a.m. through noon, Monday through Friday. Evening classes will be offered starting late August through next May.