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by rocky-o

Abraham Clark High School, at 122 E. 6th Ave., in Roselle, has always been conscious of the growing need for further education for the community, and, in a testament to that, they are currently conducting weeknight classes, open to the general public, which started Oct. 4th…

Chairperson Myrtle Counts is excited about this season, recounting the program’s origins…”New Jersey was suffering from a position of many, many people not being able to read and write, so community schools were a way of giving people the source to learn…”

[smartads]

(…In fact, Union County College actually started at Abraham Clark High School back in the 1930s…)

Some of the courses that adults are currently able to partake in include: Spanish For Beginners And Intermediates, English, Basic Computers, Kickboxing, and Starting A Business…

For kids, they have Saturday Morning classes that include: Karate, Cheerleading, Basketball, Cooking, Arts And Crafts, Reading, Math and more…

And…they are also looking for suggestion from the community, as well as possible teachers to help with the programs…

Prices and times vary, so please check with the school by calling 1-908-245-3122, or stop by the Community Center office at Abraham Clark H.S., room 116, Monday through Thursday, between 6:30-7:30 pm…

All are welcome to take advantage of this wonderful program, even after the initial start date…

…because it’s never too late to get a head start…


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