Lifelong Learning concentrates on the educational needs of our client families, from quality pre-school programs to adult education.
The La Fiesta Early Development Center (EDC) at the LACC offers children and their families a comprehensive program that meets the highest academic standards and prepares children from six-weeks to 5 years of age to meet developmental goals for their age group. As a program that provides services to primarily low-income, minority families, who reside in urban communities, we strive to provide quality, affordable and neighborhood-based educational programming to our children and families. Contact: Contact: Karen Hartz, Director of Early Development KHartz@thelatincenter.org
Our before and after school care program serves students ages 5-11 and offers homework help and enrichment activities such as art, dance, science, cooking, and computers. This program is offered at the LACC Main Building as well as two elementary schools: Lewis Elementary and Oberle Elementary.
We offer the following programs to our middle and high school students:
Our adult education program serves adults 16 years or older who are not enrolled in a K-12 education system and have limited English proficiency and a desire to achieve competence in the English language. We offer English classes, computer classes, Workforce Development and citizenship classes. Contact: Colin Marshall, CMarshall@thelatincenter.org