The Rockingham County Literacy Project offers free one-on-one or small-group instruction to adults in the BASIC SKILLS areas of reading, writing, English, and math. These offerings cover a wide range depending upon the needs and literacy goals of the students. To assess those needs, all students entering the program are tested; and a learning needs prescription is determined by an assessment specialist. For example, some students may want to strengthen their basic skills enough to read to their children and help them with schoolwork. Others want to prepare for the written driver's license exam or increase their comfort level with all forms of printed materials.
Basic literacy instruction for these students can include beginning reading and writing lessons, brush-up lessons, or fine tuning skills for personal or professional goal attainment.
Students will be expected to meet with their tutor for two to three hours per week. Also, students will be re-assessed every six months, so we can assess the progress you are making.
If you are interested in pursuing your GED, click here for information.
If you are interested in our Integrated English Language/Civics program, click here.
If you would like to become a student, please call us at 336.627.0007 or e-mail Jean Light Kinyon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current students are encouraged to use our Quia activities to help supplement their tutoring sessions. Click here to access Quia. Please remember to log in to your accounts when completing activities on Quia. If you do not have an account and would like one, or if you already have an account and have forgotten your password, e-mail Brooke Moize at email@example.com.
For information on the GED test, click here.
Students are also encouraged to use some of the other programs we have posted in the Distance Learning section of our Information Technology Services page.